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ceo when he joins us exclusively. taken for a ride. a cabbie confronts an uber driver and gets dragged 60 feet down the street, as the battle between the car service app and traditional taxis gets ugly. going for gold! one of hollywood's most coveted award honoring both movies and tv. nominations for this year's golden globes out this morning, and we'll bring them to you live this morning, thursday, december 10th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a thursday morning. a lot of people are big fans of chicago poet chipotle. >> steve ells is the founder and ceo of the company and we'll get his take on what's going on in a couple of minutes. first, our top story. the investigation into the san
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new information revealed about the attackers and other potential targets. miguel almaguer is on the story again for us this morning. miguel, good morning. >> good morning. the conference center behind me, where so many lost their lives, will be closed until january. this as investigators learn chilling new details about the gunman's plot of terror. >> reporter: before the terror attack that left 14 dead and 21 wounded, syed farook and tashfeen malik left behind in southern california. they include a possible plan to attack a university or a public area. officials say three years ago, farook may have talked about staging an attack in los angeles with his childhood friend enrique marquez, before getting cold feet.
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he's the one farook obtained the rifles from used in last week's shooting. we know farook and malik trained at a shooting rage. the fbi says the couple was radicalized at least two years. first online, talking about jihad. farook later moving from pakistan to california. >> we interview people in the k-1 visa program on in instances where something needs to be explored. >> reporter: she lied on her visa application, possibly steering investigators away from any trail that may have led to her radicalized background. >> too soon to know what, if anything, might have been missed in the screening process. >> reporter: after raiding the shooters' home, valuable evidence is being found on smashed computers and cell phones. leads that brought investigators to this local high school, where farook had worked as a food
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the campus on his cell phone. was it a possible karg target? >> we're working hard to understand if they had other plans for that day or earlier. >> the fbi director says the terrorists were inspired by foreign terror groups. this so-called family terror group made financial plans for their family before the shooting. >> miguel almaguer, thank you. new fallout from donald trump's call of a total and complete shut down of muslims entering the united states. a controversial proposal putting the republican party in a difficult spot. peter alexander has more on that. good morning. >> good morning. donald trump's plan is as controversial as it is divisive. new polling shows most voters oppose his plan, to bar muslims from entering the u.s., but it resonates with republicans. listen to this. one-day online poll by found 37% of
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more likely to vote for trump. >> wow, thank you. >> reporter: donald trump again threatening gop bosses with a third-party bid. >> if they don't treat me with a certain amount of decorum and respect, if they don't treat me as the front runner, by far, the front runner, if the playing field is not level, then certainly, all options are open. >> reporter: trump remains unapologetic. >> are you racist? you have ever met. >> reporter: for the first time since trump ignited this latest fire storm, president obama speaking of slavery, took a swipe at his critic. >> our freedom is bound up with the freedom of others, regardless of what faith they practice. >> reporter: trump's provocative words are sparking condemnation worldwide. >> mr. donald trump. >> reporter: parliament is
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from the uk, after hundreds of thousands of people signed on. ahead of trump's planned trip to israel, the israeli prime minister publicly rejected trump's plan. a middle east department store chain yanked all trump merchandise all the shelves. hillary clinton is trying to capitalize, arguing his plan helps radical jihadists. >> donald trump is supplying them with new propaganda. hands. >> reporter: facebook founder mark zuckerberg is speaking out community. writing, i want you to know, you are always welcome here, and we will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you. after trump lashed out at time magazine for snubbing him as its person of the year, "time" is striking back with this never before seen blooper reel from a
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the billionaire dodging a bald eagle. >> he says, how's the hair? trump has a 20 point lead and his support grew after his controversial plan was announced. trump is up early this morning, already tweeting, wow, my poll numbers have gone through the roof. matt? >> peter, thank you very much. one of the most well-known muslims in the world is also weighing in on this. boxing great mohamed ally i is calling for muslim leaders to not bring fear. he says in part, i am a muslim. there is nothing islamic about killing innocent people in paris, san bernardino or anywhere else in the world. true muslims know the ruthless violence of so-called islamic jihadists goes against the tenant ten innocent tenets of our religion. he says we need to stand up to those who use religion to
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tennessee an alarming announcement out of north korea. kim jong-un says his country has developed a hydrogen bomb. keir simmons is following this story. >> this is the first time north korea's leader claimed his nation developed a hydrogen bomb. weeks ago, he issued an equally belligerent statement, that he could attack the u.s. at any time. the hydrogen bomb produces a stronger blast than the nitrogen bomb. he has been on a campaign to pressure the international community, repeatedly making threats. last month, north korea staged the biggest military parade in its history, but did not appear to be any new weapons. a year ago, computer hackers attacked sony over "the interview," a movie about the plot to assassinate north korea's leader. so far this morning, there's no comment from the state
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korean nuclear claim. it's viewed with suspicion by many experts. some say it's rhetoric. the aim, perhaps, to send a message that the country won't abandon its nuclear weapons, to force the international community to recognize north korea's nuclear status, something washington says it will never do. >> keir, thank you. more protests expected in chicago today, a day after demonstrators flooded the streets. they're calling for the resignation of mayor ram emmanuel. this is in response to the video of a white officer shooting a black teenager 16 times. it's led to the firing of chicago's top police officer and a federal investigation into the police department. wednesday, mayor emaneul issued an apology to his city but he's not stepping down. 120 boston college students
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symptoms, being linked to one chipotle near the school. the health scare, another hit for the restaurant chain already dealing with the impact of an e. coli outbreak out west. we are going to talk to chipotle's founder in a moment. first, nbc's ron mott with the latest from boston. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. first, e. coli and now norovirus. this has been a rough couple months for chichipotle. the company is changing how it handles with food. >> reporter: chipotle brands itself a fresher, healthier alternative to fast food. the norovirus outbreak has college students who ate here hours before it was announced, questioning their loyalty. >> i got a text from my roommate saying, did you see the e-mail? so many people got sick after
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>> reporter: the number of students sick jumped to 120. the restaurant was cited for three violations. >> i'll make sure the establishment is safe. >> reporter: it's a fast-spreading virus that causes distress distress. it is hard to kill. >> hopefully, it'll be effective. you have to do more than cleaning solutions. you need ultraviolet light. you need things like high temperature. >> reporter: the latest round of bad news comes on the heels of an e. coli outbreak at chipotle restaurants in nine states. the company warning of a double digit drop in same-store sales >> one of the things the company says it'll do is prepare fresh food ingredients off site. things like diced tomatoes and other risky ingredients, sanitize and seal them before shipping them back to restaurants.
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steve ells, chipotle's founder and ceo, is with us exclusively. good to have you with us. >> thank you. >> i have watching your face watching the tape. this is a tough time for you guys. >> i'm sorry for the people who got sick. they're having a tough time, and i feel terrible about that. we're doing a lot to rectify this and to make sure this doesn't happen again. >> let's start in boston and work our way back to the pacific northwest. the norovirus is what sickened these people. 120 people up in boston. the restaurant is closed down. they've been issued some violations. the cleanup is underway. are you convinced you've contained this now, that more people won't contain being sick? >> well, in regard to the e. coli, you know, there was one particular period of time, from mid october until early november, that appeared -- that's when the outbreak occurred. the reporting of the illnesses
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>> you're saying in boston, you could have more cases report snd s s reported? >> well, with the norovirus, probably, you've heard that this is the extent of it. but it's a very -- it's a disease that is very easily passed and spreads very, very quickly, from person to person. >> you're convinced when you reopen the store near boston, people will not be getting sick if they go back to eat there? restaurant will be complete e pletely sanitized and every employee will have been tested and assured they do not have norovirus. >> the e. coli outbreak started in early october. dozens of people got sick. it's my understanding that after weeks of investigating this, the fda has not found an exact source of that e. coli bacteria, is that true? >> it's true. we have had teams looking at this.
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an abundance of caution and surfaces. thousands and thousands of tests, matt, all came back negative for e. coli. if there is a silver lining in this, it is that we have looked at every single ingredient that we use at chipotle. we use 64 ingredients that we bring in, from farm through the distribution network, how we prepare the food, serve the food. we've had a team of food safety experts to raise our standards from the already industry norms that are -- >> you call it a silver lining. it might be troubling. if you can't identify the source, how do you eliminate it in the future? >> unfortunately, what got people sick, was no longer in the system by the time they even showed symptoms. so, unfortunately, you'll not find that.
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that it has caused us to put in place practices that our epidemiologist expert says will put us 10 to 15 years ahead of industry norms. i believe this will be the safest restaurant to eat at. >> a lot of damage has been done, mr. ells. stock prices doubled, double digits since early november. first, financially, can the company recover? >> certainly. about now. we're thinking about the safety and quality of our ingredients. to put in place practices that again. practices that are so far above industry norms today, we will be the safest place to eat. that is our commitment.integrity, to bring the best ingredients to fast food, we have practices that will make it the safest place to eat.
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mr. ells, this company started with a great idea and grew too fast. that it took off at a rate where you couldn't keep control of things like sourcing and quality control. even things that would affect the public health. is there some merit to that claim? >> i don't think so. because if you look at the quality of our ingredients over time, we've made great strides in sourcing better quality food. more organics. more local and sustainably raised foods. this was a very unfortunate incident, and i'm deeply sorry this happened. but the procedures we're putting in place today are so above industry norms that we are going to be the safest place to eat. >> steve ells, good of you to join us this morning. we know you have a lot going on. >> thank you. now, we go to colorado and a fiery day in court for the man accused of killing a police officer and two others at a planned parenthood last month. robert dear in court to be
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outbursts, including telling the court he is guilty. >> the truth, huh? kill the babies, that's what planned parenthood does. nobody ever know the amount of blood i saw inside that place. >> dear called himself a, quote, warrior for the babies. his attorney said he had serious concerns about dear's competency to stand trial. he'll be in court on december 23rd. now we'll move to the weather and tale of two coasts. you have some stories. warm out here and -- >> warm here, but stormy out west. it continues. let's look at some video from northwestern oregon. folks have been having to drive through flooded roads, which they should not do. there have been landslides, mud slides. we're going to be seeing more of this, and mountain snows, as well. we'll show you what we have happening now. we have two storms. currently, one is getting ready to push on shore. we've got another one out here in the pacific.
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pretty strong storms, as well. we watch this rain make its way in, and we're going to see heavy rain, heavy snow making its way through the pacific northwest. first, one batch comes in today. snow from the cascades to the sierra. tomorrow, heavy rain for oregon and washington and more snow for the sierra. look at the rainfall amounts. we're talking about 7 inches plus along the oregon-california border. mudslides, debris flow possible. a real mess. if there is a silver lining, it's the heavy snow that'll fall in the sierra. some areas may get 3 feet of snow, which is great news for
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>> jeremy: good morning. a lot of clouds and a few sprinkles thus far this morning. they will wines down quickly through the morning hours. and some sunshine developing middle part of the day. and a mild day. temperatures this morning in the middle 40s. and this afternoon upper 50s. close to 60. our normal high is 43. we're already above that this afternoon boston 59. fitchburg at 55. tomorrow much the same. morning clouds. great showers on cape cod tomorrow morning. and then we'll see some in the afternoon. near 60 tomorrow. low 60s >> coming up in the next half hour, record setting heat for the weekend. coming up, an ugly scene. look what happened to this taxi
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>> this is 7news now. >> christa: good morning, everybody. it's 7:26 here on your thursday,
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we have an update on both traffic and weather, starting things off with meteorologist jeremy reiner. >> jeremy: right now a lot of clouds. a few sprinkles around metro boston. nothing significant or long lasting. a few more sprinkles possible up until about 8:00 or 8:30. then we're dry for the rest of the day. mild. temps right now already into the mid-40s. as we get into the afternoon hours, a few peeks of sun. temps this afternoon upper 50s, close to 60. >> christa: wow. how about the "t"? we have a traffic alert with that. here's danielle gersh. >> danielle: that's right, christa. the red line still experiencing severe delays in both direction, and we're told that's the result of an earlier disabled train in quincy. also we have minor delays on the green line. let's go to the maps. a couple incidents to tell you about on the roads. we have this accident in bedford. this is route 3 southbound at route 62. traffic backed up to 495. then through reading, we have traffic backed up into peabody. this is from an accident on 128
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so here it is 7:30 now on a thursday morning. little christmas music in the background. we'll explain that in a little while. the tree, also, in the background. a nice crowd of people in the plaza. we'll get out in a little while and say hi to them on a warmer thursday morning here in new >> good morning, everybody. good to have you with us. here are the stories making headlines right now. law enforcement sources telling nbc news the san bernardino shooters left behind evidence that they were targets. among them, a school building and gatherings in public areas. protesters in chicago stormed a macy's last night in
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deadly police shooting of a 17-year-old suspect. mayor rahm emanuel, facing calls to resign, tried to calm tensions at a special city council meeting, by apologizing for the shooting and vowing complete and total reform of the city's police department. president obama is signing a major overhaul of the no child left behind law today, while standardized reading and math tests will still be required. the changes will limit the classroom time spent on them and lessen the penalties for underperforming schools. let's start with a story behind the video we've been showing you this morning of a cabbie being dragged by an uber driver. this happened during an anti-uber protest. willie is following this story for us. >> good morning. it was a wild scene in toronto. the driver was banging on the car, to make a point that uber drivers are unsafe and uninsured. >> reporter: during a protest against uber in toronto on wednesday, a cabdriver was caught taking out his frustration on the company,
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driver's car. the driver pulls away with the man still clinging to the car, dragging him nearly 70 feet. >> i thought this guy followed the law and should have stopped. >> reporter: the man was among several taxi drivers protesting what they see as unfair business practices by uber, which they also say is threatening the very existence of the city's taxi industry. the man, the uber driver and his passenger, were not hurt. but it's just the latest in a long line of incidents involving uber drivers across the country and around the globe. cabdrivers in new york, chicago and new orleans joined the global day of action against uber in september. with more protests in france, brazil and india. while the car-hailing app may have revolutionized the way we get around, the company has faced questions about its business practices. >> what is your response to, uber kills professional, good paying jobs, and it's unfair to the drivers and it's destroying the cab industry? >> in the uber world, you can
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you don't pay $40,000 to rent the vehicle. you may more dollars per hour and it's flexible. you don't have a shift. you can turn on your work when you want to, and you can turn it off. >> reporter: traditional cabdrivers complain uber cars are often unsafe and in uninsured. >> as for the protester's complaints, uber says our focus remains on working with city officials to update regulations that allow for inthat vation which will benefit everyone in the ground transportation market. we've seen this in cities around the world. between uber, the new technology and the old city cabs. >> dangerous move there. >> i don't care how frustrated you are. don't hang on a moving car. there is a warning this morning tied to a popular new way to might up your home for the holidays using lasers. as we know, they can be a potential hazard to pilots. nbc's tom costello covers aviation for us. good morning. >> good morning. these lights are an easy way to
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cheer and sparkle, but one that may carry this hidden danger. the faa warning homeowners that laser light displays if not used correctly, are bright enough to temporarily blind a pilot. >> simple to spectacular. >> reporter: you can deck the walls with a flip of the switch. >> same old christmas decorations? now make them exciting with star shower. >> reporter: star shower sold for 49 $39.99 and sold out almost everywhere. >> plug it in and you'll have thousands of colorful stars everywhere. >> reporter: it saves 99% on electricities. no ladders, tangled wires or burned out bulbs. it may come with strings attached. an american airlines pilot over dallas claimed a laser struck his plane. it was connected to a light display. same thing happened in california.
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about the holiday lasers. a stray laser can blind a pilot. >> flash blindness, which is exactly what it sounds like, and it can cause anything from a mild distraction to an incapacitation of the pilot, crashing. >> i thought it was a cool, very easy decorative piece to put up. we put it up the day after thanksgiving. >> reporter: jen parker bought star shower for her home just airport. >> i made sure positioned correctly on our house. >> reporter: there is a warning on the website and the packaging, not to project the lights within the flight of an aircraft. star shower said its compliance are in compliance. each beam emitted is not as strong as a laser pointer. growing problem.
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this year, almost twice as many in all of 2014. >> don't look at it. >> reporter: like this bright green laser that lit up an nbc helicopter over new york. >> hitting us now. don't look. >> reporter: a nightly problem in cities across the country. now, holiday lights adding to a growing danger in the sky. >> police determined that both of the incidents involving laser light displays on homes were innocent mistakes, but intentionally pointing a laser at a plane is, as we've said, a felony. punishable by up to 20 years in prison and $250,000 fine. back to you. >> tom, thanks so much. al, you promised us record heat? >> that is right. it is coming, and it is going to hang around, really, right through the weekend, for a good portion of the country. big dome of high pressure dominating, bringing the clock wise flow of air up into the center of the country, all the way to the east. 62. tallahassee, 77. memphis, high of almost 70. 15 degrees above normal.
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going to be 17 degrees above normal. these are march-like temperatures. greenville, 70. new orleans, 79 degrees. look ahead to saturday, we see temperatures somewhere from 10 to 25 degrees above normal. on sunday, more of the same. the heat continues. it's going to be a great weekend to wash the car. you'll be out there in shorts, having a great time. maybe you don't want to be in the shorts. anyway, long story. >> jeremy: good morning. a lot of clouds and a few sprinkles thus far this morning. they will wines down quickly through the morning hours. and some sunshine developing middle part of the day. and a mild day. temperatures this morning in the middle 40s. and this afternoon upper 50s. close to 60. our normal high is 43. we're already above that this afternoon boston 59. fitchburg at 55. tomorrow much the same. morning clouds. great showers on cape cod tomorrow morning. and then we'll see some in the afternoon. near 60 tomorrow.
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we're back now. 7:42. big changes coming to the struggling internet giant yahoo! >> yahoo!'s board will take its core business, an internet search engine, e-mail and other digital content, and create a newly listed company. that has many wondering about the future of its ceo marissa mayer. >> there's always new frontiers to explore. >> reporter: yahoo! ceo marissa mayer in the hot seat, defending the tech giant's decision to
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>> do you agree with the board's decision? >> absolutely. it was a unanimous decision at the board level. >> reporter: rumors about yahoo! have been swirling for months. now, new questions about mayer's role in its future. yahoo!'s chairman says the board still has faith in her. >> i've never met anybody that works harder, that's smarter and cares more. >> reporter: under her leadership, yahoo! has gone after businesses large and small, acquiring over 20 companies. bringing big names, such as katie couric, even spending $1.1 billion on tumblr. the web pioneer, one of the earlier web icons -- >> yahoo! >> reporter: -- the struggling against competitors like facebook. >> the problems are bigger than a handful of entrepreneurs are help solve. >> reporter: mayer first launched into the spotlight three years ago, taking over as chief executive when she was
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headlines for taking a short maternity leave. while hoping to revitalize yahoo!. at the time, appearing on "today." >> i've had a ton of fun coming into the company. there's a lot of great people there. there's great ideas. >> reporter: now pregnant with twins, mayer says she will be taking another short leave. this time, her future at the company is unclear. >> she wants to save core yahoo! the yahoo! we're all nostalgic for. her legacy will be tied to whether or not she does a good job running the company. >> mayer's net worth totals $310 million, and some estimates a severance of $50 million and $150 million if she is fired. >> turbulent times. >> she's tried to do a lot but has a lot of challenges. >> thank you. coming up on pop start, black shelton, what he admitted
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we're back now. 7:49. some love them, some dread them. tamron, we're talking about office holiday parties. >> good morning, everyone. the holiday office party comes once a year, but it can provide,
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for months to come, and much of that embarrassing. for preparing for small talk, deciding what to wear, what to drink or not, and people have questions about bringing significant others. take a look at this article from the "washington post." it calls the annual gathering more awkward than meeting the parents. what do you think? >> if you bring significant others, i guess that does add a sense of awkwardness to it. >> okay. we asked twitter, how do you feel about your company's holiday party? look at the numbers. 66% dread it. >> really? i love the holiday party. >> maybe there's something wrong at our party. it's a great time. >> 34% are like you guys, extremely excited about it. i dread it because i feel like you get trapped in small talk >> have a drink. >> then you end up like bridget jones. there are survival tips. say yes to the invitation. go to the party, that's a clear company.
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we also are keeping an eye on some minor green line delays. now, let's go outside because sky7 h.d. is over a crash. this is in peabody. the left lane blocked on 128 southbound. a multi-vehicle accident. and the northbound lane also has some slowing due the people looking at that. definitely pack the patience on the roads this morning. sarah, back to you. >> sarah: and we're back in 25 minutes with another update.
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i really, really like you coming up, test tube puppies. the first litter born by in vitro fertilization. could they save endangered animals around the world? then sister act. >> somebody call a stripper? you'll take your clothes off for us? you can't come in without the judge signing the thing. >> amy poehler stops by to talk about her new film with bestie, tina fey. the nominees are -- we'll have coverage of this morning's golden globe nominations from beverly hills.
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10th, 2015. >> hi, mom in ohio. we love you! >> to our friends and family, guess what? it's a boy! >> hello, friends and family in arizona. >> good morning, everybody. it's thursday, december 10th, 2015. we are smack dab in the holiday season, and we have a great crowd enjoying the warm and toasty temperatures out here on our plaza. it's absolutely beautiful. may i come and join in your throwback thursday song? >> 1980, the police. >> love that.
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we love it. if you're looking for holiday cheer -- >> it's early. >> holiday cheer. don't miss michael buble's christmas in hollywood tonight. he has celine dion, blake shelton and others, 8:00 here on nbc. >> impressive. mike caused wrangler to sit. >> where is my treat. stories. >> investigators have uncovered disturbing new details about the couple who carried out last week's terror attack in san bernardino. the killers may have considered other targets in southern california, including a
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gunman syed farook had pictures on his cell phone of a high school where he worked as a food inspector. officials say three years ago, farook may have talked with a childhood friend about staging an attack in los angeles. that friend is the one who first bought the assault rifles used in san bernardino. donald trump announced this morning that he has postponed his trip to israel to meet with prime minister netanyahu. he says he will see netanyahu after, quote, i become president. the israeli leader is among those at home and abroad who criticized his proposal to bar muslims from entering the u.s. trump hinted wednesday night he might pursue a third party bid for president if the republican establishment doesn't treat him with the respect he deserves as front runner, as he says. the head of the chipotle restaurant chain is trying to reassure customers after an outbreak of norovirus linked to a boston-area restaurant.
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separate e. coli outbreak in nine states. in an exclusive interview earlier on "today," steve ells told matt the problems have resulted in a new commitment to its chipotle customers. >> this was a very unfortunate incident, and i'm deeply sorry this happened. but the procedures we're putting in place today are so above industry norms, that we are going to be the safest place to eat. >> chipotle has taken a financial hit. warning investors of a possible double digit drop in same store sales in the fourth quarter. families were forced from their homes overnight after a tanker truck hauling chemicalsen ex -- exploded on a highway in southern california. he smelled it before the explosion and was able to get out safety and call 911. everyone within a half mile of the truck were evacuated.
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busy walkway. pedestrians were showered by debris but nobody was seriously hurt. collapse. a high school basketball player made the shot of a lifetime in north field, minnesota. with his field down by two, less than two seconds, he grabs the rebound and heaves it for the full court shot. three points and the victory. oman says sinking the buzzer beater was a combination of instinct and luck. he's the big man on campus today. congrats to him. >> oman oman. >> everybody on the court was probably saying that. >> you should get five points for that. >> only needed three. >> natalie, thank you. now to a scientific break through that's unleashing a lot of cuteness on the world. these are the first puppies born
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>> these puppies are the talk of the veterinary world. this morning, we're getting our first look at the litter. >> reporter: cute, cuddly and cutting edge. these are the world's first puppies born by invito fertilization, a process human couples struggling with infer infertile ity used since the 19d 7 1970s. the puppies were born months ago after researchers at cornell university moved them into a female. >> it gives us a starting place to use it for other species. >> reporter: the thinking is a similar process could one day be used to help breeding programs for endangered species. but it's not just animals who could benefit according to researchers.
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opportunities to help address genetic disease in dogs. that can give us information about human help, as well. there's over 350 genetic diseases known in dogs that have direct similarities to diseases in people. >> reporter: while it does show promise, the research isn't without critics. mainly from animal rights activists. the researchers at cornell argue their work advances both the animals. >> we need techniques like invito fertilization to help breeding programs for endangered species, so someday, we can return these animals to the wild. not only saving them but the entire ecosystem. >> reporter: for now, the focus is on these little guys. whose true measure of success will come with age. >> this process has been in the works for more than a decade. researchers say it's tough because the reproductive system of dogs is different than humans and other animals. the researchers told us the
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one female will be kept for further research. we're told they're very happy and healthy this morning and fame. >> erica, thank you. >> okay. have to pay for. the airline bringing back the free snacks. singing for peace. madonna's impromptu concert for the people of paris. amy poehler. >> yay. >> with the same vase.
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have this nice, melty stroopwafel. >> other snacks include -- >> what? >> soy nuts and pretzel sticks. no word on whether other airlines would follow suit. >> the dutch would say -- >> you're totally making this up. >> it's like i know. how about the 30s? when you lived through your 30s, what was the period like? >> i enjoyed it. >> good time? >> good time. >> yeah. >> lots of kids. >> it can be a little awkward. it's the transitional decade between the wild 20s and the more settled 40s. well, the independent -- website of the independent newspaper came up with an interesting list of the big mistakes people tend to make in their 30s. one, you don't spend enough time with your aging parents. >> yup. >> definitely. >> good one. you think you have to be
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family. >> yup. >> check. >> a lot of people in their 30s think it's time to stop having fun. >> really? >> because you think you have to mature. as you said, it's the transition time. that's what some say. >> you want to settle down. >> one of my biggest regrets in life, and i don't have many, is in my 30s, i felt old. i'm like, i'm 35. i was constantly referring to myself -- now, i'm like, i was only 35. >> a lot of people tend to get serious in their 30s because they say, either my career has taken off, i have to really concentrate on it, or my career hasn't taken off, i have to get serious and get a career. >> or all your friends are married and you haven't yet so you're feeling crappy about that. >> interesting. >> i would tell my 30-year-old stuff, don't sweat it. >> i would have said, be more healthy. have you ever tried to talk to somebody looking at their smartphone? seems like they can't hear you, right? >> sure. >> guess what? they can't. a new research says the
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of london call this unintentional deaf ps ness. a person texting and e-mailing can't hear you because hearing and vision are controlled by the same parts of the brain. in other words, it's hard for us to multitask. i think it's true. >> when i'm writing about something, i'm thinking about it in my hard. my kids do it all the time. i'm telling them something, and they're completely -- >> they're just ignoring you. >> that, too. >> ever have someone show you something and it's funny and you >> sure. >> check this out. here's a magic trick that had one orangutan in hysterics. it happened at the barcelona zoo. with a chestnut and the cup. the chestnut seems to vanish, showing the orangutan nothing is left inside. watch what happens. [ laughter ].
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>> that's great. >> you kill me. >> that one gets me every time. that trick. >> i love, also, the man was on the right. >> thanks for clarifying. >> making sure people knew. now to madonna's move for peace and first lady michelle obama like you've never heard her before. tamron? >> madonna surprising fans in paris to a tribute to the lost lives there in the recent paris attacks. to say i'm a dreamer, but i'm not the only one >> madonna with her 10-year-old son and singing john lennon's "imagine," as well as her own song. she said this is her way of proving there is more goodness in this world.
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ends next week, and so will your front row seats to the hottest couple. in an interview with "extra," blake offered a sweet solution. >> i don't want gwen to not be on the show. let's have a fifth coach. >> why can't we have two females? >> i vote for that. >> who will you miss the most? >> i wonder. it's the combination. it's a the chemistry. >> gwen saying she'll miss all her fellow coaches equally. the "voice" finale kicks off here on monday on nbc. now to michelle obama, rapping for a good cause, to get kids to go to college. south side chicago we all know we had to do overtime every night to make it to tomorrow and everyone could make their dream true. hey, kids, that could be you
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>> wow. >> mrs. obama with one of our favorites, dave of "snl," and the people at college. this is incredible, part of a new education initiative called better make room. i say, she needs to host "snl" after they wrap up their party. interesting to see. speaking of the first lady, she and the president are sharing their favorite movies of the year. the first couple revealing their picks in the latest issue of "people" magazine. the president went with matt damon's thriller "the martian." the first lady, her favorite movie of the year was the cute "inside out." >> i loved that movie. >> so good. heartfelt movie led by none other than amy poehler. amy is standing by. what do you think about it, amy? >> i knew she was a genius. >> i'd like to see amy poehler and michelle obama rapping. >> any time. >> throwing a little vice president biden, the trifecta.
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thank you very much, amy. there's your pop fix, guys. >> tamron, thank you. are. let's get a check of the weather. >> it's been quiet as far as severe weather, but that'll change as we get to the weekend. we have a lot of moisture up out of the gulf. big jet stream and sheer coming across. storms on saturday from missouri to texas. snowstorm in the rockies will dump decent amounts of snow, up to a foot or more. on sunday, the storm shifts to arkansas, louisiana, down to the gulf. look at the rainfall amounts. first, we have a risk of severe storms on saturday. 23 million people at risk. damaging winds, hail, possible of tornadoes. rainfall amounts from 3 to 5 inches, stretching from central texas on into arkansas. that >> jeremy: good morning. a lot of clouds and a few sprinkles thus far this morning. they will wines down quickly through the morning hours. and some sunshine developing middle part of the day. and a mild day. temperatures this morning in the middle 40s.
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close to 60. our normal high is 43. we're already above that this afternoon boston 59. fitchburg at 55. tomorrow much the same. morning clouds. great showers on cape cod tomorrow morning. and then we'll see some in the afternoon. near 60 tomorrow. >> that's your latest weather. savannah? >> al, thank you. the comedy dream team of amy poehler and tina fey are at it again, starring in the new movie, "sisters." take a look. >> you're lucky, i am free. >> that's a good news. i'm not italian. i don't know why i said it like that. >> i like italians. >> okay. i'm half italian. no, i'm not. that was a lie. i'm just going to casually george jefferson was way out of here, to you. >> all right. >> ease on down the road and rerun it to the car. okay. good-bye.
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>> amy, good morning. >> thank you. good morning. >> i don't think i can repeat right here on tv my favorite line from the movie, what your safe word is. >> oh, yeah. there's good moments in the movie. we kind of let loose a little bit. >> i remember, i think it was a year ago, reading in the tabloids, amy and tina have a movie being shot. there was all this buzz. there was "star wars" level anticipation and excitement for you. >> that's great because we're coming out against a little indie film called "star wars," made by a first-time director. i'd love everybody to give him a chance week two. week one, see "sisters." >> you and tina in "sisters" play sisters. >> we play women in our 40s whose parents are selling our childhood home. they decide to have one giant blowout party, the kind they never had in high school. >> we remember from "baby mama," you were the lunatic and and the straight laced.
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laced one and she's the one who is kind of trying to pull it together. >> we start out that way. what's fun about the movie is we cross in the middle, and i go a little crazy, my character starts to go bananas and her character realizes she has to keep it together. >> i think we're about the same art fact s artifacts. >> you're welcome. >> i wanted to get a banana clip. >> they had to clean out the childhood bedroom, and i got to request posters of michael j. fox and "out of africa" and "e.t." >> what were you like in high school? rage er rager, boom worm? >> i was a good kid. >> you had the bangs i wanted. >> it was a tough time in the '80s . >> for all of us. >> what was i thinking? >> you look cute.
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i was a late bloomer, which i recommend to anybody. >> you don't want to peak in high school. >> if you're most popular, it's downhill from there. >> exactly. are? >> okay. >> you have a star on the hollywood walk of fame. was that cool? >> it was great. my parents were there, my family was there. it's something i never imagined. growing up. ago actor or writer. to be in that fine company -- >> have you visited your star, dusted it or placed flowers on it? >> my kids laid down. there are my parents. they'll be happy. i'll call them to say they're on tv. maya rudolph and rashida jones joined me that day. it was special.
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for your book, up against jimmy carter. >> once again, it's down to me and jimmy. if i win, i will bestow it to jimmy, in his honor. fine company. patty smith, jimmy carter and me, you know, as usual. >> you and tina, of course, we all love. so much has been written and said about it. you're also going to go back to your roots, "snl." you're co-hosting on december 19th. i'm dying. i can't wrat ait. >> it's fun to host the christmas show. as you know here in new york city, 30 rock, it's a special time. bruce springsteen is the musical guest. it's going to be exciting. >> will you -- i'm not going to say are you going to, but i'll make a request. could you reprise your role as hillary clinton? >> you don't take your impressions with you. the great kate mckinnon does an amazing hillary. hillary was on the show, and they did something together. that's not my choice anymore, to decide that. >> i'll pretend this is "meet the press."
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impression of hillary clinton, amy? >> i'm not ready to answer that question yet. i'm not saying yes or no. all i'm saying is that i can't emphasize enough how little i've thought about "snl." we are not even in the zone yet. >> you'll do it december 18th. >> like this show, you know. >> are you saying i wasn't prepared for the interview? >> i absolutely am not. >> saying i didn't watch the movie? >> did you watch the movie? >> look at the time. >> we caught her! >> no, i did. >> i'm kidding. >> amy poehler, thank you. requests "sisters" is the movie. tina fey will be here on monday. i'm looking at the wrong camera. hello. amy, you made me nervous. >> sorry. >> december 18th. it's not that easy, just because the red light is on -- >> it is the last thing that's so not easy. it's a hard job, high wire act. >> it really is. >> especially since everybody
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coming up, this morning's golden globe nominations live after your local news.
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let' s put more value on what really matters. this season, bring back the holidays. with t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods. >> this is 7news now. >> sarah: good thursday morn, everyone. 8:27. let's get a check of forecast with jeremy reiner. >> jeremy: sarah, a lot of clouds. mild temps in the middle and upper 40s. boston 47. this afternoon 55 to 60. morning clouds. rain showers on cape cod tomorrow morning. some in the afternoon. near 60 tomorrow. >> sarah: we have an update on the situation happening on the red line. here is danielle gersh with more. >> danielle: hi. thanks, sarah. yeah, we've been talking about severe delays on the red line all morning long. now they've been downgraded to moderate delays. we're told that's from a disabled train earlier at the north quincy station. let's go out to the maps.
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on that accident in peabody. that's cleared. we still have backup on 128 southbound to beverly. also some back-up northbound on 128 as well. 93 southbound a parking lot back to 495. so over an hour from 495 into boston on 93 southbound. another accident, this one in stoughton, this is on 24 northbound right at route 28. so we have system back-up there, as well. the braintree split into boston a very slow drive on the expressway. sarah, back to you. >> sarah: thanks, danielle. "today in new england" returns at 9:00.
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we're back now. 8:30 on a thursday morning. 10th day of december, 2015. that means these nice people christmas. always fun, isn't it? so nice to see you. anyway, back with the big crowd out on the plaza. really nice day. breezy, but nice and warm. >> coming up, the best tv shows, movies and performances of 2015, we'll break down this morning's golden globe nominations.
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train, stops by to perform music from their christmas album. a lot of fun things to get to, but mr. roker, let's start with a check of the weather. >> friday, we're looking at snow making its way through the northern plains. out west, record highs from texas into the mid-atlantic states. saturday, we move ahead and look for severe weather. we have a risk of strong storms. texas to the mississippi river valley. snow through the rockies. sunday, sunday! record highs along the eastern sea board. risk of strong storms in the low to mid-mississippi river valley. mess out west with the rockies, cascades and sierra with rain into central >> jeremy: good morning. a lot of clouds and a few sprinkles thus far this morning. they will wines down quickly through the morning hours. and some sunshine developing middle part of the day. and a mild day. temperatures this morning in the middle 40s. and this afternoon upper 50s. close to 60.
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we're already above that this afternoon boston 59. fitchburg at 55. tomorrow much the same. morning clouds. great showers on cape cod tomorrow morning. and then we'll see some in the afternoon. near 60 tomorrow. >> that's your latest weather. guys? >> al, thanks very much. more of our special series, the women of silicon valley, welcome changing the face of american innovation. >> natalie is introducing us to a woman who helps other women create their business. >> you can't not mention jessica herrin. she launched the wedding channel wnt com in the '90s and has a family of brands with a mission to empower all women. >> do you want eggs and ham? >> reporter: to under jessica herrin's business approach, it's
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>> you look beautiful. >> reporter: a wife, mother of two and founder of a multi-million dollar company. they go hand in hand. >> i think how old the company she's 12 this month. she was in the belly for the first trunk shows. it really was when i became a mother that i realized you d i wanted to be as ambitious as i had been with my career. >> reporter: unlike most entrepreneurs who start with a product and build business around the needs of clients or customers, herrin came up with the idea for the booming jewelry business with her future employees in mind. >> it was the mission that came first. too many women are sidelined by the lack of flexibility in traditional jobs. by modernizing what flexible work from home opportunities look like, we're giving women the ability to take control of their lives. >> reporter: stella and dot recently expanded to include a
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a personalized jewelry life. ever is all about skin care. independent business owners use parties, social media and online stores to sell their products. >> in all our businesses, we offer a business in a box. that just means that people can sign up, click buttons and they instantly get an ecommerce website, mobile apps and products they can sell. >> is it a pyramid structure? you hear about pyramid businesses. >> the stella and dot business model works like any fortune 500 company. the success of the sales manager is based on how the overall sales are. most owners earn personal commissions. if they choose to, they can be a sales leader and empower other people to sell the product, as well. >> of course, there are many executives you know who say women should be leaning in,
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how do you think finding a way for women to pull back and work part time is helping in their cause? >> you see women dropping out during their childbearing years because they're seeking a balance. work and family. our mission at stella and dot is very specifically addressing the flexibility issue. so women can still work, but they're working on their own terms. that way, they don't have to take one for the team of women and continue to lean in if they're going to lean in and fall over. it's not going to create happiness in their lives. >> reporter: all together, the company employed 50 business owners in six countries. they paid $300 million in commission. blithe harris is he are,r rrin's co-founder. >> i'll spend time with my night. with the mission underpinning everything, you don't feel
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out, is the enemy of creativity and happiness. >> do you think you can have it all truly? >> you should not pursue having it all. you should pursue what matters most. being able to know what matters to you and then choosing that is what lets you live with authenticity and intention in your life. >> reporter: showing no signs of slowing down. >> i want to get ahead of it. december capital, moving to spring. >> reporter: herrin is living her dream by helping other women design theirs. >> i think a lot of people will love this. >> smart women behind the brand, and you can see it's made a difference for their employees. >> like the idea. thank you. up next, we'll go to beverly hills for this morning's golden globe nominations. first, this is "today" on nbc. wow tastes like vanilla we're just finishing it up introducing milkwise vanilla with 46% fewer calories, no artificial sweeteners, and 50% more calcium than 2% milk it's great taste and better nutrition
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>> good morning, everyone. welcome to the nominations announcements for the 73rd annual golden globe awards. this morning, america ferreira, chloe grace and dennis quaid. america, please get us started. >> good morning. best performance by an actor in a television series, musical or comedy. aziz ansari, master of none. 34rks ron lowe, the grinder. jeffrey, transparent. best performance by an actress in a television series drama. bals outsander.
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with murder. traj e hensen, empire. house of cards. best motion picture, musical or comedy comedy. the big short, joy, the martian, spy, train wreck. >> best television series drama. "empire," fox. "game of thrones," hbo. "mr. robot," usa network. "narcos," netflix. "outlander," starz. >> best performance by an actor in a musical or comedy. christian bale, the big short. steve carell, the big short.
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mark ruffalo, infinitely polar bear. best director motion picture. todd hanes, carol. alejandro, the revenant. tom mccarthy, spotlight. george miller, mad max fury road. ridley scott, the martian. >> best performance by an actor in a television series drama. john hamm, mad men. malik, mr. robot. mora, narcos. better call paul. donovan. best performance by an actress in a supporting role in any motion picture. jane fonda, "youth."
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hateful eight." helen mirren, "trumbo." kate winslet, "steve jobs." best performance by an actor in a supporting role in any motion picture. paul donough, love and mercy. beast of no nation. mark rylance, bridge of spies. michael shannon, 99 homes. still sta sta stallone, creed. >> best actor in a motion picture drama. trumbo. leonardo addy dicaprio. eddie redmayne, the danish girl.
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thank you. >> best performance by an actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy. jennifer lawrence, "joy." melissa mccarthy, "spy." amy schumer, "trainwreck." maggie smith, "the lady in the van." lily tomlin, "grandma." best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama. cate blanchett, "carol." brie larson, "room." rooney mara, "carol." ronan, "brooklyn."
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and best motion picture drama. "carol "carol." "mad max furry muirfury road." if the "re "revenant." "room." "spotlight." >> congratulations to all our nominees. please join us on sunday for hollywood's biggest celebration, january 10th. the 73rd annual golden globe awards, live on nbc. >> all right. here to break it all down with dan go we love doing this. as you listen, you say, wow. >> so predictable. a wow is the showing for "carol," which i knew would do well but it got two best actress
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cate blanchett. at the golden globes, they think she's a lead actress, so they put her there. vikander, a rising star, the star of "the danish girl" was also put in the best actress category, even though she's campaigned as supporting. she got two nominations. >> one of your other wows came on an emission. johnny depp not getting a no, ma'am -- nomination. >> he was great in "black mass." i thought it'd have a nice showing, at least for him. another surprise was a strong showing for "mad max fury road." best director nomination and a best picture nomination. this is a film that came out this summer. it was more of a blockbuster type film. it got raet great reviews and getting critics awards. momentum. >> helpful that there's separate comedy categories, and that did well, best picture and two best actor nominations, for steve
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it opens this week, so people are beginning to discover it. it's about the collapse of the blanks and the housing market. >> somehow, it is entertaining. >> i guarantee it is entertaining, yes. >> anything jump out in the television category and best actor and things like that? >> earlier this morning, they announced the best comedy series category, and four of the six nominees were streaming shows on netflix, amazon and hulu. the others were hbo. it shows that casual and shows like "mozart in the jungle," and "orange is the new black," is the future that the voters are loving. >> thanks for being our guy. you can catch the gloeld here on nbc. up next, our friends from train perform live in the
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"today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> we're back. it's 8:48. train is adding to the festive spirit of the season with its first ever holiday album. >> it's called christmas in tahoe tahoe. pat is train's front man. daunting to tackle a christmas album? >> it is in june. but, yeah, it was a lot of fun to do. >> was it hard to pick the songs that would make the final cut? >> i've wanted to make a christmas album forever because i love it so much. we had too many songs. it was easy and fun. >> do you have one all-time favorite? >> i think "this christmas" is always going to be my favorite. >> do you have any special plans for the holidays? >> i'm just going to hang out and then go to kona and hang out in hawaii. i've never done it. >> kona, tahoe, either one. >> either way.
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>> thanks. are you hanging up a stocking on your wall it's the time that every santa has a ball does he ride a red nosed reindeer does he turn up on his sleigh do the fairies keep him sober for the day so here it is merry christmas, everybody's having fun look to the future now, it's only just begun are you waiting for the family
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are you sure you got the room to spare inside does your granny always tell you that the old songs are the best then she's up and rock and rolling with the rest so here it is merry christmas, everybody's having fun look to the future now, it's only just begun what will your daddy do when he sees your mama kissing santa claus are you hanging up a stocking
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so here it is merry christmas, everybody's having fun look to the future now, it's only just begun [ applause ] >> once again, the album is christmas in tahoe. pat, train, thank you, guys. we're back in a moment.
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we are back at 8:54. we called and got on the phone. amy schumer nominated for a golden globe for "trainwreck." i want to hear your reaction. this is live television, with no delay, okay? >> i got your back, girl. yay! i got nominated. >> you are awesome. does it feel great? i mean, are you calling old high schoolboy boyfriends? >> it feels good and i'm proud of what i accomplished. really, it is more about the revenge. i want to thank the hollywood foreign press, but more than that, there are people i want to say no thank you to. how much time do we have left on the show? >> not enough for you to trash people. are you going to start to write the speech now, or is that a jinx?
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i want to say -- matt, hello? you guys, we did this together. the three of us, this is ours. >> you know what i was thinking, "trainwreck 2," and we are available for a cameo. >> well, we'll look at your audition tape, but the demand is high. i don't know. >> matt is willing to be nude. >> i'll reprise the lebron role. >> i picture matt nude and still wearing his socks and loafers. >> congratulations. live television. >> we love you. >> congrats.
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