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>> announcer: welcome back to the golden globes much and now from the frds awakorce awa from, "the force awakens", harrison ford. >> once again it the nominees for motion picture drama. >> announcer: "carol." "mad max: fury road." "the revenant." "room." "spotlight." [ applause ] >> and the golden globe goes
to -- "the revenant." [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: coming to the stage and accepting the golden globe tonight is writer/director -- producer of "the revenant," alejandro g. inarritu. [ applause ] >> my god. >> speech. speech. speech. >> sorry, there's a lot of kissing here. i forgot to say thanks to mark, my co-writing partner, all the
native americans who help us make this film possible. and, i don't know, i want -- somebody, guys, please jump to do something. i cannot say how surprised i am and how proud i am to have survived this film with all these fellas. please. tony. >> wow, thank you guys so much. this is such a surprise, brad westin, arnon, everybody at regioncy, fox, we love you so much. this was an incredible experience. alejandro, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, everybody. >> and leo, of course. >> come, come, come, come. >> thank you. i'm afraid that's it. we're out of time. for myself and mel gibson, shalom.
>> announcer: the nomination ballots are mailed to all eligible members of the hollywood foreign press association, who choose up to five nominees in each category. on the final ballots, the same members vote for one nominee in each category. information concerning the final results is known only to the accounting firm of ernst & young, llp prior to tonight's opening of the sealed envelopes. this is shawn parr for "the 73rd annual golden globe awards."
right now on nbc 10 news at 11:00, an nbc 10 investigative exclusive. a local man claims the idea behind one of the best tv drama nominees was his idea. >> the story couldn't justify stealing my material and putting his name on it. >> reporter: we ask lee daniels what he thinks of the allegations against him. first the threat is not over for philadelphia police. the department is investigating an anonymous tip suggesting the attempted assassination of an officer is linked to a larger
group of radical people. i'm denise nakano. it's a story we broke on the nbc 10 news app today. the fbi is involved trying to verify the claims of an anonymous tipster. the tip says archer is connected to a radical group. he is charged with attempted murder and the tipster says three other more radical men are still free in philadelphia. drew smith explains how police are reacting to this. >> reporter: philadelphia police told the officers about this tip and other agencies. they are cautioning everyone to be cautious. as an added step, nempb the patrol cars will ride with a partner. police say the unprovoked ambush of one of their own continues to weigh on them. >> tough week for us in this building. >> reporter: edward archer is charged with attempted murder. he confessed to doing it to islam and pledged allegiance to the islamic state. an anonymous woman claims the threat is not over.
we have a copy of the report where she told an officer the defendant is not the most radical of the four and she said three other men still frequent the 6100 block of pine and for police to be careful. >> it is a climate we're concerned about but at this point we are trying to be as cautious as possible. >> reporter: the tipster gave specific information about the mosque that archer had gone to. at a location not far from a home where archer stayed, people walking in to pray said they did not know him and declined to comment. at another mosque, also mentioned in the tip, an administrator spoke to us. >> me personally did not know him. >> reporter: the mosque is open to the public. anyone can come in but members say that any claim that archer was possibly radicalized inside of here is not true because they preach against extremism. >> it is easy point the finger of blame or throw an accusation around. it is a different story when you come in and listen to our sermons and lessons.
>> reporter: the police department says it takes tips like these seriously and plan to reenter view the woman that made those statements. drew smith, nbc 10 news. another frightening encounter involving a philadelphia police officer. it is hard to see in this video but police say this video shows a man trying to take an officer's gun. investigators say the man approached the officer and asked for money. the officer gave him $5 and then the man turned and tried to take his gun. police say the man told officers he was going to use it to rob a chinese restaurant. police sent a statement saying this incident was in no way related to the shooting of officer hartnett. this is an example of the type of individuals our officers face daily when performing our duties as philadelphia police officers. all new tonight, an nbc 10 investigate i have exclusive,
philadelphia native lee daniels known as the cocreator of the tv series "empire" sued in a federal lawsuit late friday. it comes two months after the nbc 10 investigators first told you about a local man's claims daniel stole his idea. investigative reporter harry harrison has this latest development. >> reporter: this is the suit filed hours ago. we sat down with him and his attorney. >> what story could he tell to possibly justify stealing my material and putting hi name on it. >> reporter: it accuses lee daniels and others of copy right ininn fringement and clayton said he met privately with daniels in 2008 at a greater philly office event. prince claims that's when he gave daniels the script and dvd of his show "cream." mary beth is his attorney. >> you do a comparison and do so
between "cream" and empire. it is strikingly similar to "cream." >> we with first aired the story in november. he showed us the comparisons between the shows such as characters and story line. >> i should own half of your country. >> i want half of my company back. >> reporter: last month we caught up with daniels at a function in philadelphia and asked about prince's allegations. >> he claims he came up with the idea for "empire." anything you can tell me about that? empire premiered last january. prince tells us for the past year he's been looking forward to his day in court. >> i really want my children and my friends and associates to all know that i'm the person that wrote the number one show. not lee daniels. >> reporter: we reached out this weekend for comment from the other people and companies named in the lawsuit. no one returned our calls or
e-mails. when we asked 20th century fox for comment about prince's claims a few months ago, a representative told us they had no comment on the matter. a local copy right attorney tells us, proving copy rite right infringement is not easy and most cases are settled before they go to court. for investigators, harry hairston, nbc 10 news. >> check out this video showing storm clouds rolling over bucks county today. looks amazing, doesn't it? a viewer sent this time lapse video of the storm moving through chel font. it is mostly dry out there as we look at center city. the rain moved out. arctic blasts are moving in. nbc 10 first alert meteorologist brittney shipp is tracking the cold for us tonight. >> that's not a typo. arctic blast. we will see two as we head to the workweek. record-breaking high, in the mid-60s. the average for this time of the
year 40 degrees. after being warm we will be dropping to the 30s. here's how it will break down. mild air over philadelphia will transition to the south. we will see the arctic blast move in as we head to overnight hours. it is already starting to move in. round two as we push in to tuesday and wednesday. wednesday is going to be colder than tomorrow. so keep that in mind as you make plans for your workweek. we are keeping a watch on this cold air that will move from the northwest. gusts up to 30 miles an hour in philadelphia. 28 allentown, 35 poconos. lows tonight will get down to the 20s in philadelphia, 25 pottstown and 26 in allentown. the wakeup planner, it will hurt a little bit by the time you head to work. 31 degrees with winds out of the west. 17 miles an hour. by 10:00 a.m. 32 and by 1:00 p.m., 35 degrees.
suburbs north and west colder than that. 27 degrees how long it will take around, i will go over the details in any seven-day forecast. a rough start to the day for residents in atlantic county. around high tide this morning, an nbc 10 viewer captured this cell phone video of tidal street flooding in margate helped by heavy rain and wind overnight. in ventnor we saw walkers on the boardwalk dressed like the middle of spring thanks to temperatures in the 60s. a couple of brave souls even took to the ocean. >> at the beach we like it when it is like this in the winter. warm and southwest winds this time of the year never happens. >> reporter: that's going to change tomorrow. the high temperatures will be about 30 degrees colder than today. new at 11:00, in camden, a fire consumed a vacant building on federal and south 17th streets tonight. investigators tell us it is an old warehouse.
firefighters from four nearby companies quickly got it under control. no one was hurt and fire officials say they are looking in to what sparked the flames. tonight, the country is dreaming about what to do with $1.3 billion. that's how much the powerball jackpot is worth now. no one won the biggest jackpot ever. today people were out buying up tickets for the next drawing set for wednesday. nbc 10's randy gyllenhaal explains why winning it all has gotten tougher. >> for the first time ever, we are seeing a powerball jackpot with the letter "b" in front of it. there is no coincidence we are seeing larger and larger pots. the drawing not until wednesday night but word about the billion dollar prize spread fast and people flooded corner stores yet again with 2 bucks and a dream. >> i do it for fun because if
you don't have a ticket you don't have a chance. >> reporter: this prize is the largest ever. it has been growing since early november. nobody has struck gold yet. with no winners, the pool of cash gets bigger and bigger, shattering records. the reason we are seeing historic jackpots is simple. powerball added ten white balls in to the mix, making it harder to hit the jackpot and easier for the pot money to roll over and grow. >> the number went from zero to 59 and then from zero to 69. the odds went crazy. >> reporter: added more numbers. >> that's the whole idea. >> reporter: powerball says it makes it harder to hit the jackpot but easier to win lower prizes like 1 million. with so many people playing it's likely somebody will win this week. >> that's president money. >> more than president money. >> reporter: in center city, people downtown planning what to do with the massive wind fall.
>> for that absurd amount, make, maybe not. >> what would you want to do. >> charity and houses for everybody. homeless, downtown. help out a bunch. >> reporter: you won't become a billionaire overnight if you win. because the lump sum cash payment is 800 million. then you have to factor in state and federal taxes. in randy gyllenhaal, nbc 10 news. mexican authorities are trying to talk too sean penn after the actor secretly met with the world's most wanted drug lord. what we are learning about the interview that penn did with the interview with el chapo after his escape from prison. we will run through the boast buzz moments that everyone will be talking about tomorrow. ♪
a big honor for a local kid who turned his love for food in to helping those in need. braden will be in the first lady's box for president obama's final state of the union tuesday night. it won't be his first trip to the white house. the delaware native attended a 2013 kids' state dinner. since then the started the non-profit brown bags responsible for providing meals for the homeless. mattering tweeted this out when he learned of his invitation. still pinching myself to make sure i'm not dreaming. #state of the union #dream bigger. thank you. we will have live coverage of
the state of the union here on nbc 10 on tuesday night at 9:00. the state of pennsylvania sells residents personal information for millions of dollars. mitch blocker wanted to know why and what's in place to protect citizens. he has a preview of a story you'll see monday on nbc 10 news at 4:00. >> reporter: for the privilege to drive in pennsylvania, you need one of these and your personal information can end up for sale. >> i have a problem with that. >> reporter: penndot makes tens of millions selling driving records to companies with no clear monitoring in place. >> we are just not aware of any current abuses with it. we believe we would be aware. >> reporter: national privacy advocates want the practice stopped because drivers don't have a choice. >> in order to drive, register a car, we have to give this information. >> reporter: monday at 4:00, we'll tell you how much money your information is worth and how the state says it keeps it
from falling in to the wrong hands. for the investigators, i'm mitch blocker, nbc 10 news. now the nbc 10 first alert weather. with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good evening. get ready for a cold commute as you head to work tomorrow or get the kids ready for school. temperatures in the 20s an 30s. that's because we are tracking arctic blast that will drop temperatures about 30 degrees between today and tomorrow. i'm also tracking the possibility of a wintry mix by tuesday. for philadelphia right now, 42 degrees. a few clouds out. the big story is the wind speed out of the west right now. 21 miles an hour. cold wind is blowing in as well. temperature-wise across the region, 39 will ming tong, 41 stk city. 43 sdrooe degrees. the temperatures warm to the mid-60s. as we head to tomorrow, in the 30s. you can see the cold air moving through. we are eight degrees colder in
philadelphia than this time yesterday. 11 colder in atlantic city. there's the mild air and the green over philadelphia. look at what happens as soon as tomorrow. we have arctic air over us. that's one of two arctic blasts that will keep our temperatures below average as we head in to next week. we are going to recover back to the 40s toward the end of the week. as we get through tonight, strong wind speeds gusting to 37 miles an hour in philadelphia. 32 poconos. the wind speeds stay strong as we go to the rest of tonight. as you commute tomorrow morning and as we go to the afternoon, we have another cold front moving through bringing us cold, arctic air and you will feel the difference tomorrow. we are clear on radar. done with the showers that move through and the next thing we are tracking is the possibility of a wintry mix as we move in to tuesday. some early models suggest we could see a little light snow accumulation for the poconos and
for the lehigh valley we will have to watch closely. the temperatures will be cold but by tuesday we recover to the 40s. might might be too warm to support snow but watch for a wintry mix tuesday and tuesday evening. >> closer look at our temperatures. we are tracking the two arctic blasts. the first tomorrow morning. by 6:00 a.m., look at these temperatures, 30 in philadelphia, 27 allentown. 20 in the poconos. even as you head to lunch, temperatures are in the mid and even the low 30s for daytime highs. as we head to tuesday morning, another cold start. you will notice the temperatures will start to recover. warmer air from the south. that means the temperatures in the 40s on tuesday and then we stay in the 40s the rest of the week. as far as tonight is concerned much colder than yesterday. temperatures drop to 28 for philadelphia. 26 for suburbs to the north and west. in to tomorrow, very cold but it will be sunny. our temperatures will range between 33 and 37 degree s.
the seven-day forecast shows that we do track major cool down. almost a 30-degree drop by tomorrow. if you look at tuesday, we track that chance of a wintry mix. our temperatures recover. back to the 40s on tuesday an then look at wednesday with. back down to the 30s we go. a lot happening with the weather over the next seven days. >> and a lot happening with you, this is your last newscast with us here tonight. >> it is a little surreal. i want to thank everyone for allowing me in to their homes. we had a great time here on the weekends but i'm moving to san francisco. >> timing is correct. arctic blasts and you are moving to san francisco. >> what are the chances the california girl getting out of here before the snow. >> you will be closer home and not working weekends. >> very excited. i can't say enough about the city of philadelphia. it's been fantastic.
i even bought a saxaphone. >> maybe you can tweet the sounds. >> no one wants to hear that. i still need to take a few more lessons. >> i know our viewers will miss you and our weekend team will. it has been a great three years and best of luck on the west coast. >> thank you. thank you so much. >> john? >> i'm going to miss you too. i'm going to miss your smile, laugh, great personality. you are going to love it out there. >> thank you, john. >> you too. bye-bye. we love you. we will tell you who they will interview tomorrow and jeff laurie in the front office is back from interviewing doug peterson. and andy reid on his assist tan. here they come, off the plan. the wild card action up next.
i'm john clark from comcast sportsnet them eagles flew to kansas city to interview doug peterson. they met with him this morning. here's jeffrey laurie, arriving in philly this afternoon. doug peterson went to kansas city with andy ried on his staff. he was andy's quarterback's coach here with the birds. he was the quarterback also in andy's first year until mcnabb was ready to play. here big red on doug's interview with the eagles. >> that's what happens. kind of a neat thing for the guys that have that opportunity.
only 32 in the whole world. you have an opportunity to do it, it's kind of a nice complement to your hard work and endurance in some cases, right? >> former giants coach tom coughlin is up next for the eagles. the bird will interview him tomorrow. giants fans are worried. he led the giants to two super bowls, 12 playoff wins. only six coaches are more in history. he's had three straight losing seasons and here's csn's preand post game analyst. >> i view it as a feeling out process. when you interview for a head coach sometimes you interview a lot of candidates to pick their brain and get ideas about organization and try to talk through the process. i kind of think tom is more of
that kind of candidate than a serious candidate. i would be surprised if he emerged as the number one candidate. >> for the first time in nfl history, all four road teams won on this wild card weekend. you have never seen a game face like this. desean with the clown mask before washington's wild card against against the packers. redskins up 2-0 after a safety. jackson appears to have scored a touchdown, but no, he should have reached the ball over the goal line. his body is in the end zone. the ball isn't. he said that was his bad. redskins settled for a field goechl up 5-0. big momentum swing in the third quarter. james scores, packers win 35-18. they will visit the cardinals next weekend. rg3 saying good-bye. >> seahawks and vikings. third toldest nfl game ever. bud grant coming up in short sleeves at 88 years old.
you are a legend. in the fourth, 9-7. peterson had a fumbling issue. does it again. seahawks recover. they would kick a field goal to lead 10-9. but blare walsh has a chip shot. 27 yards out to win it. >> it's no good. are you kidding me? it's no good! oh, baby, it's christmas in minnesota. >> that's, of course, seattle radio. kickers this year made 99% of the field goals 27 yards or shorter. seattle wins and will visit the panthers next weekend. packers head to arizona. left out in the cold there. jeremy maclin did not tear his acl. he sprained hi ankle. the pain is in the ankle area. a big relief there for j mac. he had torn the knee before. he was in tears on the sideline. not sure about hi status for the game at new england on saturday. steelers will go to denver.
one party's over but others are no doubt just getting started in hollywood. the golden globes honor the best in movies and tv. nbc's gina kim has the night's winners. >> if you do win tonight, remember that no one cares about that award as much as you do. >> host ricky gervais may have tried to dampen excitement at the gold en globes, but it didn't work with rachel bloom. >> oh, my god! oh, my god! she won best actress in a tv comedy for "crazy ex girlfriend." >> i love you so much! >> reporter: overwhelmed was gael he won best series and best comedy. >> incredible. this is a big surprise. >> jon hamm closed out his "mad
men" career. in the film ranks 18 years after a screen writing globe. matt damon captured one for acting. in the comedy for "martian." >> i have to thank my kid. i told him if i got on tv i'd saying something to him. >> reporter: honors for best animated film "inside out." kate winslet won her fourth career globe. >> i'm actually extremely surprised. >> reporter: best supporting actress for steve jobs. standing ovation for sylvester stallone. >> i'm trying to not get emotional. >> reporter: he earned his first career globe for "creed" playing the character he originated four decades ago. >> i'm going to thank my imaginary friend rocky balboa for being the best friend i ever had. >> reporter: a golden moment on a gold night. >> globe's host ricky gervais
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♪ >> nbc 10 news starts now. right now, philadelphia officers are patroling in pairs rather than being alone. that switch was made for their safety. immediately after thursday's ambush of officer jesse hartnett. we're told this is not a permanent move by a safety measure until things calm down. it comes as police investigate a tip that the man charged in the shooting of officer hartnett is part of a group and the threat is not over. police say they haven't verified the claims brought by an anonymous woman but are taking them seriously. nbc 10 obtained a copy of that report. it details what the woman told police that officers should be cautious. it goes on to say the man in
custody was not the most radical of a group of four men. the police department notified all officers and is making other changes. we spoke to lieutenant john walker about his reaction to tension in the department. >> it's a climate we're concerned about. at this point, we are trying to be as cautious as possible with officers. >> reporter: the fbi is assisting in the investigation on this tip. well, there are moments when we are at our most vulnerable. a loved one passes and we want to honor their memory. the nbc 10 investigators continue to hear complaints about a local monument company prolonging the grieving process. investigative reporter harry hairston is here with the latest issues. this problem extends past the d de valley. >> each time we report on problems more customers come forward. we are hearing from companies that say the owner owes them
money as monuments sit in a warehouse. these are some of the monuments ordered by life stones by stephane. sitting 600 miles away. >> we probably had nine stones at last count. >> reporter: he owns plant memorial in georgia. he said he is owed $10,000 for making these and other stones. >> once you make a stone it costs more money to remake it than it does than it does to throw it away. >> we have problems with the checks not clearing the bank. >> reporter: john campbell of dixie granite says greg stephane, the owner of life stones owes his georgia company money, too. >> he still owes me, with interest, about 8,000, a little over $8,000. >> both monument makers reached out to the nbc 10 investigators after we exposed the head stone dealer not delivering orders to families in pennsylvania and new jersey. they say stefan stiffed them on
orders but they are more frustrated to what happened to families waiting on memorials. >> they are going to people at a very vulnerable time and in their life, when they have a death in their family, and easy to get sucked in at that time. >> we wanted to honor him with something special. >> reporter: bernadette and her family paid to have their father's stone placed months ago. they paid more and waited longer to have the logo on the memorial. a year later, they are still waiting. >> it seems to me everybody is doing their part. the consumer is paying their money. the manufacturers are making the product. everybody is doing what they should be doing except for this company. it's not right. >> reporter: for weeks, we tried to track down greg s is tefan at his office, his home. and by phone. >> he's a crook. there's no way around it. he knows what he is doing.
he knows how to manipulate the system. >> reporter: he is working with another dealer to find the families that ordered these and other stones but he doesn't want lifestones by stephan to get off the hook. >> i'd like to see his assets seized an the money he's taken from these customers returned to them. i doubt seriously that any of the manufacturers will get their money. >> reporter: the pennsylvania attorney general's office tells us since our report they have gotten 112 complaints, 20 have been resolved. the ag's office says they expect additional complaints. if you know who ordered the monuments in this story, e-mail us at nbc 10 firstname.lastname@example.org. for the investigators, harry hairston, nbc 10 news. your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> ice skaters needed their winter coits at the blue cross
river rink arena tonight. even though the day started in the 60s. brittney shipp is tracking the blast of cold. >> plural because we will see two arctic blasts and that will drop temperatures to the 30s. it is going to sting more as we head in to tomorrow. the temperatures were so warm today n the mid-60s. we set a new record. 25 above average. now from 65 all the way down to 37 degrees. with our wind speeds right now, it will feel colder when you step outside tomorrow morning. our wind speeds up to 37 in philadelphia. up to 28 in wilmington, 25 reading. 35 in trenton. the temperatures in the low 40s in philadelphia. 38 allentown, 37 reading. 41 atlantic city. when you wake up tomorrow morning, the feels like temperature, 18 philadelphia, 16 pottstown, 19 wilmington, 20 atlantic city.
as we go in to the afternoon because it will be so windy along with that arctic air over us by 4:00 p.m. it will feel like 25 degrees. the actual temperature will get a little closer to 37. i'm tracking the first arctic blast on monday. the second moves in on wednesday. temperatures will get even colder. i will let you know how cold coming up in my seven-day forecast. >> new information about the recaptured mexican drug lord known as el chapo. tonight mexico officially began extraditi extradition proceedings that could bring him here to the u.s. to face charges. and authorities want to talk to sean penn about hi interview with el chapo published in rolling stone magazine. gabe gutierrez reports from mexico. >> reporter: tonight, a mexican law enforcement official tells nbc 10 news that mexican authorities want to speak to sean penn and mexican soap opera star about their secret trip to
meet el chapo. it is believed to be his first interview in decades. the article published by rolling stone magazine overnight. guzman only agreed to take the questions after a previous seven-hour face-to-face meeting days before a failed october raid. according to penn, this picture authenticates the meeting. penn quotes el chapo as saying i supply more heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anybody else in the world. on friday, the attorney general said guzman's desire to make a movie about himself and his interaction with producers and actors eventually led to his arrest. >> i think the mexican authorities want to identify as many people closely associated with el chapo as they can. >> reporter: trusted source tells nbc 10 news authorities were aware that penn and castillo were in mexico to meet with guzman in october as law enforcement was closing in. a planned arrest was delayed to ensure the two with would not be
harmed. when the raid eventually took place, el chapo and his security team escaped. we reached out to penn and castillo, neither commented. this isn't the first time that penn dabbled in journalism. he had previously written articles for the nation and the "san francisco chronicle." this time rolling stone said they agreed to let the subject approve the final version before publication. the magazine says el chapo made no changes. gabe gutierrez, nbc 10 news, mexico. police in new york city are interviewing two persons of interest in connection with a gang rape of a teenager in a brooklyn park. police released this surveillance video of the suspects entering a bow deg bow. she was held at gun point and raped by five men. the teen's father ran for help and returned with two police officers. the suspects took off and now
the community is asking questions of ple police. >> why did it take two days before this was reported? the members of the community should be notified immediately when you have such a savage assault. >> reporter: outside of the park today, officers showed pictures of the suspect to neighbors looking for clues. an infant girl is dead after police say she was smothered by her mother. 31-year-old lisa scalia was arrested last week. police say the woman was under the influence of drugs when she rolled on to her 8-month-old daughter. the father of the little girl said she died on friday at the hospital. scalia is facing drug possession and child endangerment charges. lands d dale police are investigating a stabbing that sent a 15-year-old to the hospital. police were called to the scene around twun 1:00 this afternoon. officials say they found a teen suffering from a stab wound to
the chest. the 15-year-old was airlifted to abington hospital in serious condition but is expected to be okay. well, delaware state police say a woman convicted three times of drunken driving has been arrested once again for driving under the influence. tyra martin was arrested after a trooper saw an suv driving erratically after it left the waffle house in camden. martin is behind bars tonight in lieu of $5,000 bond. the officer charged with driving a van in freddie gray's death goes on trial tomorrow. we will have a preview of the case against him. donald trump compares himself to a doctoral degree as he continues his attacks against ted cruz. we will explain in decision 2016. get ready for temperatures to drop about 30 degrees tomorrow. we are heading to the 30s and will stay there. i will go over the details on how long the chilly conditions will stick around in my full forecast. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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independence blue cross. live fearless. decision 2016, donald trump thinks he's like a phd. at a rally today in reno, nevada, trump said he's an expert about litigation, as it relates to ted cruz's citizenship. cruz was born in canada but natural born citizen under the law because his mother is a u.s. citizen. >> i'm like a phd in litigation. okay? what's going to happen is the other side will bring a suit. now, is he a natural-born citizen? i don't know. honestly, we don't know. >> trump leaves out the fact that cruz knows litigation very well he has a law degree and argued cases in front of the supreme court. for the first time in a presidential election primary, the planned parenthood action fund has endorsed a candidate.
the organization's president announced at a rally in new hampshire today the endorsement of former secretary of state hillary clinton for president. clinton said he was honored by the endorsement and promised to fight together with the organization. jury selection begins tomorrow in the trial of baltimore police officer caesar good sons jr. he was behind the wheel of a police van in which prosecutors say freddie gray suffered his deadly neck injury. goodson faces second-degree murder charges. prosecutors say goodson didn't properly strap gray in to the van during an april arrest and ignored his pleas for help. he arrived at the police station injured and unresponsive and died a week later. goodson pleaded not guilty. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good evening. gear up for a very cold commute. both going to work and coming home from work.
we have a series of arctic blasts that will move in. one on monday an the next on wednesday. plus, i'm tracking the possibility of a brief wintry mix on tuesday. from philadelphia right now, we have a few clouds. 40 degrees. wind speeds from the west. 23 miles an hour. feels like temperature is 30 degrees. our actual temperatures at 39 in the poconos -- 29 poconos, 39 mount holly. 37 wilmington and 41 in dover. already is starting to cool down out there. in fact, temperatures are ten degrees colder in philadelphia from this time. down 15 millville, 13 atlantic city. a cold night ahead. throw an extra blanket on the bed. we are tracking two arctic blasts. already mild air over philadelphia. then the arctic air is already starting to move in. it will be here tomorrow. once again, we are see another arctic blast move in on wednesday. these temperatures will drop to the 30s both on monday and on
wednesday. we'll recover to the 40s by the end of the week. the cold air is moving in. you'll notice that if you stepped outside over the past few hours, gusts up to 32 miles an hour. allentown 35 poconos, 33 wilmington and it will continue overnight tonight heading in to tomorrow. we will see the strong wind gusts as we push to the rest of monday. due to the cold air that's going to move through. by tuesday our temperatures will recover a bit. but then we will be tracking the chance of a wintry mix. radar shows we are quiet. done with the rain showers that moved through. this is what the models show us as we head this to tuesday. a chance of a light accumulation of snow for parts of the lehigh valley and poconos. even possibly in to jersey. again, we will watch the temperatures because by tuesday we should be well above freezing to the mid-40s. as far as tomorrow morning when you wake up, temperatures in the 30s. the feels like temperatures will be close to the 20 degrees for philadelphia.
seven-day forecast shows by the time we head to tuesday, we track a wintry mix. temperatures 44. wednesday back down to 31. one last time, thank you very much. i'm john clark. villanova, st. joes hoop action coming up. and raising the roof. highlight reel plays and we will hear from him on the young sixer team. that's next.
i'm john clark. we're back. the sixers with a tough back to back at home this weekend. last night they lost to toronto. the only time lebron got knocked down is in warmups. took a basketball to the face. he laughs it off. mccoy back in town. lebron star studded night for the king. lebron james. look at this. my goodness. pumpin' up the crowd. raising the roof. in the second quarter now another big dunk and he's
fouled. sixers are hanging in this one. jahlil okafor coming up here. beats the buzzer. so brown's team down one at the half. more from lebron. take a look at this dunk. oh, a lot of 00hs and ahhs from the crowd tonight. sixers within two. too much lebron. how about another dunk on the break. you know what? after this one, mike trout knows it's time for his walkoff. lebron james 37 points, ten assists. cavs win 95-85. here's lebron on facing these young sixers. >> playing much better, obviously since came here. i think coach brown is a great coach.
they have been playing better basketball. going out and playing our game. we didn't do that in the first and second half. i love the fans here. unbelievable. they know sports. obviously they love their teams, the flyers, the sixers, the eagles, a lot of philly. so an and so on. they respect, you know, the game. it doesn't matter who it is. it is mutual respect. >> right back at you lebron. villanova in the house where hoosiers was filmed. they are taking on butler. butler is 18th. shrill nova making an impression. the follow slam. nice. second half. villanova up one. bridges has a follow slam of his own. there it is. check it the play by josh hart. he will make a great save to keep the ball in play. a lot of heart there. and then he will get the lay in.
22 points for him. butler is down three with a last look, but not going to fall. villanova wins 60-55. they are 14-2. a nice win there. saint joe's hosting rhode island. second half, isaiah miles and the hawks are up nine. deandre has his afro a little shorter now. and then the spin cycle. game high 22. saint joe wins 72-67. they are 12-3. i'm john clark. we are right back after this.