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what donald trump did was using the property the elderly woman. sdl without imminent domain, you don't have anything. >> the final republican debate, did candidates on the defensive. and a bit chilly, but it will warm up today. storm team 4 has more on that and the chance of snow. more than a million are in fran san francisco for the super bowl. we will have a live report on what you can expect wherever you're viewing the big game.
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>> huge game today. >> where is the football? >> it's here. don't worry. good morning. welcome to news 4 today. >> it's super bowl sunday, but we want to start off with tom kierein who has a look at our forecast. >> we kick off this sunday morning with the clear skies and frigid temperatures. we are subfreezing again this morning so whatever did melt this morning, still the piles of snow he did refreeze this morning. so watch out, a little patchy ice around again sunday morning. right now around washington, nearby suburbs, most of those temperatures are right around upper 20s to right around near 30 or so. reagan national now at 32. and generally low to mid-20s in montgomery, fairfax, prince
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george's county. farther west, shenandoah mountains, mid to upper 20s. and it will stay freezing for another couple of hours. by 9:00, we'll get before freezing. so this morning you need a coat, scarf, governors. you will need sunglasses later today. we'll have high clouds, a luminous very bright sky as sunday progresses. a look at the timing on the snow arrival, perhaps coming in late monday into tuesday. i'll have the new timing on that and then the preliminary snow forecast on took totals expect. developing this morning, a man and a toddler shot in d.c. we're working to find out whether police have reopened georgia avenue northwest at jefferson street. they tell us the toddler was grazed when a bullet came through the window. both of the victims are expected to survive. now to the race for the white house. it was probably the most awkward debate kickoff in history. we are talking about last night's republican debate where ben carson simply did not hear his name over the applause. now, that caused a chain
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reaction of delays back stage. it took a little while, but eventually all the candidates made their way out. nbc steve than tells man has more on the show up to oig that played out on stage. >> reporter: surging in polls, marco rubio was defensive knowing he'd get slammed for being a first term senator. >> i think the experience is not just what you it but how it worked out. >> reporter: the attack came from governors. >> you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable. you just simply haven't. >> reporter: chris christie and jeb bush. >> you learn this this. you learn it by doing it. >> we'll win with trump. >> reporter: trump who skipped the iowa debate then lost the vote was aggressive. >> let me talk. quiet. you're out of time. >> reporter: but trump deporting every undocumenting immigrant got slammed by governor john case i g kasich. >> i can't imagine how we would begin to think about taking a mom or tad out of a house when
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they have not committed a crime, leaving their children in the house? i mean that is not in my opinion the kind of values that we believe in. >> reporter: ted cruz grabbed the trump hard line and a trump solution. >> in short what we'ring if do, we'll build a wall, triple border patrol, increase and actually -- since donald enjoyed that, i will simple will he say i've got somebody in mind to build it. >> reporter: what is first in trump's mind is a big win tuesday. his first. rubio's dream, grabbing number two. for the other five, the dream is moving up to take on trump, which means pushing rubio out of the way. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, manchester, new hampshire. several countries are holding an emergency meeting today to talk about north korea's latest missile launch. he says it was carrying a satellite. u.n. sanctions row hint the country from using about as will tig technology of any kind
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before an emergency meeting is held today. south korea says it will begin building a missile defense system. nightmare on the parkway. traffic finally back to normal this morning after a death investigation lasted into the night. baltimore-washington parkway was shut down after a man shot and killed himself inside his car. this after being pulled over by police. northbound lanes were completely closed off and southbound lanes were vslowed significantly durig the investigation. >> stuck for about 45 minutes and just had to take a detour. they shut the ramp down. so we're trying to get bag ck u to pennsylvania. >> again, the parkway has been reopened. it's 6:05. right now, the final countdown to super bowl 50 after the break, why today is about more than football and the outcome of the game. and we're expecting a nice sunday warm-up especially after the cold start this morning. but the start of the workweek, oh, yeah, that could bring us oh, yeah, that could bring us
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welcome back. we want to talk about the forecast because a lot of people are wondering with that s word. >> that's right. because first weekend of february has been nice and quiet. things will shift. >> a little bit. cold and possibly some snow. tom kierein here with that. >> and that's why angie is wearing white today because she hu loves the snow. >> it's really because she's an angel. >> that too of course. you can barely see the halo. as we're starting off early this morning, we have a clear sky. if you're about to head out the door, maybe heading out early, you'll be having no travel problems weather-wise. dry pavement there at union station, live view from capitol hill camera. flag there in the foreground barely moving. morning patchy ice around from the snow felt yesterday. chilly afternoon, but snow looking likely late monday and into tuesday.
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temperatures right now are subfreezing. 20s for the mountains all the way to the bay. near 30 in washington. and right on the waters, reagan national at 32. over the next 12 hours, by noontime, it should be in the mid-40s with partly sunny sky. and then going mostly cloudy, high clouds in the afternoon, but should be getting into the upper 40s by around 3:00, 4:00. so great day to get out and get some exercise. going to a super bowl party tonight, between 6:00 and 8:00, it will be chilly and dry in the mid-40s. and then late in the evening after the game ends, by late evening, it will be back done to around 40 degrees. but good driving weather. no travel problems. we'll stay above freezing through the evening. so any of the melting today, maybe just a patchy area where it's a little wet. right now radar not showing any rain or snow in the vicinity.
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4:00 p.m. on monday, the area in green is rain. s area in the white potential snow. mntds by around 4:00, 5:00. by around 7:00 p.m., it starts to move into the shen tandoah valley. 10:00 p.m., northern suburbs and farther to the east around the blue ridge, area in green maybe a little bit of rain mixing in with that. by 5:00 a.m., though, some light to maybe briefly moderate wet snow in the metro area and points south especially. but then that does drecreep clo to us noontime on tuesday. most of it in the form of rain to our south. 1 to 3 inches metro area and nearby suburbs. but areas to our north, loudoun county into the mountains and panhandle of west virginia could get 3 to 5 inches by the time it all ends on tuesday evening. and then after that, turning
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colder with flurries around on wednesday and temperatures in the mid-30s and much colder. highs only near freezing with morning lows teens to near 20 all the way thursday into next week he said. >> okay. thank you, tom. 6:12. and you have the chips and wings on stand by. >> super bowl 50 is tonight. the match-up could make it one of the better one takes. jay gray is live in santa clara, california this morning. what is it, 3:12 in the morning there, jay? >> reporter: good morning. yeah, before the sun comes up, we got here a littleearly to be crowd and maybe to get a lead on who will win this big game. all the hype is just about over now. it is finally game day by the
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bay. >> pinnacle of sports. super bowl 50, our team, the denver broncos. what an opportunity and experience of a lifetime. >> reporter: the fans have reached a fever pitch. >> we love you, baby. >> reporter: and teams say they're pumped up and ready to play. even these rough players are ready for the annual puppy bowl. lady gaga will sing the national anthem, beyonce and bruno mars will join cold play at halftime. in it is such a huge event. there is nothing bigger for a band. >> reporter: so now the only question left is, who will win. and for that, you've got to turn to the experts. >> the broncos. >> reporter: while this panda is going with the panthers. no surprise who the horse is going to pick. and the otter is, well, waving the broncos flag. sort of.
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none of these animals were hurt during the filming of their picks which they stress are strictly for fun and should not be used for wagering purposes. i'm not trying to brag, but for the last 15 year, the morning of the big game, i've actually picked the eventual super bowl winner. i've made my pick this morning and the winner of super bowl 50 will be -- look, you can take that -- what is this we had a little technical problem? we're out of time? adam, angie, i'm sorry, we're out of time. >> i don't think i'm buying the picked the last 15 winners. >> i think he was trying to say carolina. >> if jay won't pick, i'll pick it for you. i think panthers do it. thanks, jay. >> really, case in point with all the animals choosing different teams, anything is possible when it comes to the super bowl. >> like flipping a coin really. >> next up, a look at stories affecting our community. >> we're back in 15 minutes.
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hey there. welcome to reporter's notebook. i'm wendy rieger. vincent gray wants to get back into politics. wants to run for the ward 7 seat on the council. guys, is this adding some excitement to city politics? >> oh, yeah. >> we're not surprised. >> oh, no. >> he has it in his blood. >> he had been hinting at it all along saying he would get back in some way in public service. i think the question was would it be at large seat held by vincent orange or the ward 7 seat that the former mayor used to have that yvette alexander holds now. so i you saw signs as i was coming into the station yvette alexander already has her signs up that she's running again. so i think for the former mayor, obviously he will run on i've been wrong. and the progress that the city was making, i was at the helm of
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that progress. so put me back on the council and i can make sure and i can hold the mayor who took my place accountable to to things the way it should be done. but i think on the flip side, wendy, he's still going to have to answer to this audit that came out showing that there is like $800,000 of undocumented funds that he had during the 2010 campaign. and folks will still say but you were the candidate and you should have really known what was going on. so i think once you get into the nitty-gritty of a campaign, that will bubble up. >> see, i don't know if that will play in ward 7. if i were his opponent, i would be hammering away at that. but we have to look at the polls. i think he can put an organization together. he can raise theness funds.
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is his favorite abilities higher or lower than the incumbent. if it's low, then it's extremely difficult to unseat someone as popular as the incumbent ward 7. and then here is the real test, too. who will the mayor endorse. >> aren't they sort of aligned? >> yeah, that is the question and you just answered it. >> and elijah cummings will stay in the house of representatives. >> can i say i told you guys to keep the tape on that. >> what will this do for van hollen and the wards? >> it will give him a boost because he was considered a really sharp favorite, there is a large african-american population in maryland. there was some thought that the vote might be split, but
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cummings has become such a national figure on the oversight committee. just this week on the flint water crisis, he was a pivotal figure denouncing the people if michigan for what they have done. the fact remains, though, his reasoning for not moving ahead, some people are wondering about, he's still a minority in the house. democrats don't look like they will take over for a long time. being a minority in the house is no fun. being a minority in the senate, you have a lot of perks. >> let me go back to something that i pretty much know for a fact. he's got a large staff. >> he's a ranking guy. most important number two, he's 65 years old. you do not want to be a 65-year-old freshman senator. because by the time you get any
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seniority, you're pretty much up there in age. >> yeah, but wait a minute, ted cruz did not operate -- nobody operates that way anymore. i agree with you, everything being what it normally has been, you got to wait your turn. but the senators these days are not shy. they move right ahead. and what they don't have in seniori seniority, they make up for in committee assignments. but again, there are people who are constitutionally and temperament all temperamentally suited for the loss. >> it's not a foregone con krugs that he would have won the democratic nomination. our polls show that he would be leading the pack between edwards and van hollen, but van hollen has the endorsement of the naacp president. in baltimore, we know he has a large ward. he used to be the money man in the democratic party, so he has a lot of donors on his side. plus cummings has said where can i best help my constituents.
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and i think he realizes it's in the house. he knows the seat is right there for him. and does he want to go for the rough and tumble of risking losing his house seat and not winning senate seat. >> let me make one concern statement here about the naacp president having served on the board for 14 years. her endorsement is as an individual. because naacp officials cannot endorse candidates. so i want to make that clear. because i did talk with van hollen this week and he made sure that people understood that. >> what do you think cummings will endorse? >> that's a good question. >> i asked van hollen are you going to seek cummings' endorsement and he said immediately. >> well, draw. >> especially with baltimore in play. you look and see whoever can grab baltimore, edwards or van
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holl hollen. i think he'll stay out of it. >> but who do you think will grab baltimore? >> van hollen has already put like a million into advertising. and if you look at there after september the numbers in the bank, van hole p p has 4 million, donna edwards has less than 400,000. so she'll be running uphill in terms of getting name recognition out there because herself is in prince george's county and anne arundel. >> i guarantee you one thing. i'm not ken denigrating the republican. i don't think we're really certain where that is going yet. if a democrat win, they will be a player in the senate because they will be showcased by the party. so if it's van holelen or edwards, they will not be a shrinking violet. >> all right. when we come back, paying people not to commit crimes. where do we sign up for that?
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we're trying to get more progressive these days about the criminal justice system and the d.c. council just passed a bill that would pay former criminals a stipend to encourage then not to commit another crime. they're following a program from richmond, california that says it's cheaper than dealing with the recidivism rate. >> do we have any results on how this is turning out? $9,000? i mean how long would that last? >> that's over a year and they also put them through classes. and i think it's putting
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attention on people and guiding them back out into the real world an encouraging them to the straight and narrow and maybe they have more oversight. >> so this is part of an anti-recidivism package. >> i think the thing that is interesting number one is that the council vote order thrdereds unanimously. one argument, at least they're thinking outside of the box. we're talking about whether or not it's successful, those for it in richmond would say the numbers went down in terms of homicides and gun violence in ten years about 70%. but others would say is that because of this program or is that because of better policing. i think the bigger issue here is the way it sounds. if you're going to sell this, i don't think you can sell it by saying we'll pay criminals not to be criminals. >> they have lld sord it because
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that's why you have a unanimous vote. the public won't even have a chance to vote on it. in but the mayor has to approve it. >> but i think the mayor has the same statistics, it worked in richmond. and no one is getting rich off of this. but if you have to meet with your probation officer, if you ha have. >> i still think the program is somewhat complicated. because if you look at the richmond system that they're modeling, those who were in this system, they also went to them and said we want you to look out for other potential criminals. and if you see some of this activity, let us know. but not the police. so on the flip side, some of those that said, well, wait a minute, i don't want to be seen as a former convict snitching, but the point is when you read
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it, they brought them into the program and the reality in this situation is that it has worked. and if these folk go as stray, let's say they want to take advantage of this, they're out. so i think that has been the success. it's very progressive. >> it is. >> and you nknow look at it and go umm. >> that's my argument. that will be hard to say are you going to set aside that amount of money and the mayor will sign off on it and where is the money coming from. are you going to cut a program to get money to keep criminals there doing whatever they could potentially do? that's what i'm talking about in terms of selling it. >> i think the key thing is the counseling. trying to make sure that they get the education and the help that they need to not commit
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another crime. but i guess it's too late to strike the money. >> it costs nor lock them up. >> exactly. and speaking of that, what about this 14-year-old girl that goes on this kik site. parents messaging with these teens. we know how to get around our parents. why is it that technology give as vast and sophisticated as it is, why don't parents have the ability to put locks to keep their kids from going on these sites? >> 13-year-olds are smarter about the technology than parptds arparptd parents are. and parents are a responsibility to make sure their children have a sense of self worth before . e the young lady was bullied. >> she had a liver transplant,
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lymphoma. you're right. and here is an 18-year-old allegedly paying attention to her. that's a tough one. >> and i think as these things start to happen more often and hopefully they won't, we know that the way technology works, folks can find a way to create these blocks. and to joe's point, having a 10 and 12-year-old and they do know more than i know on this technology, you do have to take more control and know what your kids are on and what they're doing. i can tell that you firsthand. >> short of taking away their iphone, because the internet itself, first of all, the people who created it don't want many regular rations at all. it's a free speech issue and other things. so it would have to be the parent taking the instrument away from the child.
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>> or why don't you do something like we have locks on television programs. you can put a lock on it so they can't get into the internet. the phone they use to call home, they can't search. they can't do anything on that phone without you putting your password in. >> but would that hurt in some way sales. because again, these children know everything that is out there. so if they walk into a store and they know on this one, this can be locked and i don't want that one. so there could be an economic side to this whether or not that kind of -- >> and peer pressure, too. you may do the right thing by your child, but that that doesn't mean -- >> and then you get on their phone. right. >> i think it boils down to that the reality is that's what parents is about. i always say give your child
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sense of self worth and that goes a long way. >> yes, thank you very much. that wraps it up for this week. there a great week. thank you for watching r reporter's notebook. we're keeping a close eye on these very cold temperatures. tomorrow we could be watching snow moving into the area. >> no, thank you. >> and unfortunately, we can't control the weather. it is 6:30 on the dot. welcome to news 4 today. i'm angie goff. >> and i'm adam tuss. some people like the snow. >> i think i got the enough. >> a bit more winter to get through. tom kierein here to tell us about that. >> it is february after all. and we are? our key period cold temperatures and snow late monday into
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tuesday. i have new timing on that and totals forecast. i'm working on that now. i will show you that in a few minutes. right now we'ring off sub freezing. there are high clouds drifting in. the dark area there, that is rock creek park. and off in the middle stance there right near the more are rye son is northeast washington. and we have some sunshine on tap here. there is the view at yun station. the flag barely moving. morning patchy ice and snow moving in monday night into tuesday. it is subfreezing just about everywhere. reagan national at 32. storm team 4 radar, no rain or snow anywhere in the vicinity right now. back with that snow forecast and the new timing in just a few minutes. we want to take a look at some of this morning's big stories. d.c. police are investigating a double shooting. a man and boy were shot on georgia avenue and they are both
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expected to survive. >> i would not bring it back in any sort of widespread use. and indeed -- >> ted cruz's answer on whether he would bring back waterboarding. donald trump said he would bring it back and, quote, to a lot worse. in just a f a ft a few minutes, talk to chuck todd. and super bowl 50 kicks off at 6:30 p.m. and we're counting down to the commercials, the halftime show. and of course the big game. >> and we continue to follow developing story out of taiwan this morning. it is a race against time to save the missing after a deadly pre-dawn earthquake. the quake hit while millions were sleep ppg the death toll now stands at 19. kelly ko
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kel kel >> calle kelly koeb i can't has more. >> reporter: deep in the debris, rescuers hear a little boy crying. trapped for more than 12 hours, they finally pull him to safety. . this young girl was produce the out barefoot all day one after another, toddler, baby, children and their mothers, rescued from what was once home to hundreds. the pre-dawn earthquake brought this 17 apartment building to the ground. you can see it crumb bliling ins surveillance video. the walls fell and then the bed fep, this man says. billions are tilting, cars crushed, and cut in half. the 6.4 earthquake was felt for miles. it was shallow, causing more damage. we spoke to kate by phone and she told us she was jolted awake
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at 4:00 a.m. >> my 7-year-old was in a different room and you could hear her crying out for us. but it was shaking so violently, we couldn't get out of our beds to get to her. >> reporter: firefighters responded in minutes helping people climb out windows, using construction cranes. they rescued more than 300 so far. this woman was trapped with her two young sons. her 3-year-old has a head injury. is he has broken bones. she held her son close as rescuers dug through layers of concrete to reach them. dozens are still missing. their anguished families waiting and praying while hundreds of soldiers and firefighters try to find them checking air pockets, searching for more signs of life. kelly cobiella, nbc news. right now investigators are looking at -- that is not
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informative. it's 6:35. police are asking for your help right now to find this missing boy. he went missing in woodbridge last night. he's 16 and prince william county police say he could be in danger. he was last seen on marsh overlook drive wearing a red wind breaker and camo pants. the sheen in the water isn't getting any bigger. coast guard is keeping it contained. animal rescuers are working to help down a few more oiled geese in that area. tomorrow the coast guard and multiple area agencies will trace storm drains in an attempt to find the source. we're learning more about one of the suspects in the
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blacksburg teen murder. natalie keepers stopped seeing her mental health counselor this year. keepers was the victim of bullying and self harm throughout high school. she began seeing a counselor after starting at virginia tech, but that ended four months in to her freshman year. keepers is charged with helping to plan the murder of nicole lovele along with david eisenhauer. convicted domestic abusers could get their guns taken away if a new bill becomes law in maryland. senator raskin says that he plans to introduce the bill this year. now, it would require courts to order abusers to hand over their firearms to federally licensed arm dealers. more than a dozen states have recently strengthened laws to keep firearm out of hands of domestic abusers. the night over bike lanes continues. a packed house in the shaw neighborhood as ddot went over several hours for a north south
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route on saturday. it would run between new york and pennsylvania avenues. some churches are concerned about the rule because they use a lane on some of the roads for parking. now, bike lanes could mean spaces would be lost. >> the concern is that the city is being made over for the convenience of newcomers. >> public street should be for public use and certainly bikers are part of that. i think a lot of this corridor has an option where we can preserve a lot of the parking even on sundays. >> at saturday's meeting was just the beginning of several public meetings. no action is expected until at least march. a dramatic hit and run. you have to see this video. it happened in baltimore in fells point. police said a man facing charges right now for this. look at this minivan there. baltimore place saying there was a big fight and the map in that car tried to drive off. first the man slammed in to the back of another and then reversed, hit a woman on the
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sidewalk. she's in the hospital with skull and rib fractures. after that the car zoomed back up the street and took off. if you can't find an open chipotle for lunch tomorrow, you won't be alone. all are closed until 3:00 in the afternoon. the company is holding meetings with their employees to discuss how the restaurant will rebound from the recent e. coli and neurovirus outbreaks. more than 500 people you'll remember got sick during those two outbreaks. it's 6:38. twitter says either tit's ng any changes. buzz feed says they would be rearranging their time line. right now tweets are posted in chronological order. the report caused a lot of backlash and #rip twitter was the number one trending thing all day. >> i saw it in my feed all day. so a special ceremony honoring what would have been president ronald reagan's 105th birthday in california.
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there was a flyover by the tiger squadron followed by the unveiling of the presidential coin on saturday. the nancy reagan first spouse coin also made its debut. it's 6:39. marco rubio took a few hits at last night's debate. we'll talk with chuck todd about how much it could hurt the republican candidate. plus bernie sanders makes an appearance. yes, on "saturday night live."
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rubbing my eyes this morning. >> a little bit. >> lots of near works at the gop debate last night ahead of the primary on tuesday. >> chuck todd is in new hampshire and chuck, are you ever going to join us back here on the set? >> we're starting to take this personally. >> reporter: you know what, it is a little personal. >> come on. >> reporter: until we have a
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nominee, maybe i'll be on the road the whole time. >> let's get right into it. there was an agenda against marco rubio last night. >> reporter: there sure was. and, boy, that was a pasting. what was surprising to me is it was the most obvious telegraphing of what was going to happen in a debate over sort of a three day run up. everybody knew marco rubio was going to be a target and he seemed completely unprepared for the onslaught. >> it seems like he was prepared in the sense that he didn't want to go directly after other gop candidates. he wanted to do what he did in past debates which has worked and target president obama. but that didn't prove to be the case. to we think this will hurt him? >> reporter: i think it could hurt him. i thought they came up with a new argument on trying to deal with this comparison to president obama and that's what their campaign is concerned about, this idea that republicans are hitting him like
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he's just like obama, first term senator, not ready, et cetera. and he tried to keep claiming, no, president obama knows what he's doing. it's the no like he was unprepared for the job. it was just an odd construction. and christie just ate his lunch. and so i do think it will stop his surge. this is a very, very fluid race right now here in new hampshire. about the only thing we think we know is that donald trump is ahead. but other than that, that's it. >> and of course the question about rubio is if he took that kind of bashing from his own gop field, what will it be like if he was the nominee and the democrats came after him that way. now, you tweeted out last night that christie, kasich and bush all had their best nights. you feel that way? >> reporter: i do. the three governors did extremely well last night. the question is can they afford to all do well. there is not enough support to go around for the three of them. one of them needs to
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consolidate, surge if they want to be that chief challenger to cruz, trump or even rubio. but i thought they all did very well. if you were an alien and you came down and you hadn't seen the polls, and you watched that debate, you probably wouldn't believe that trump, cruz and rubio were the top three but i thought all three of them frankly were not that great. i thought kasich, christie and bush looked like the three candidates in charge of this race. >> and it was definitely what they're calling the revenge of the governors. and i want to talk about trump because the wild card was back in the game, back on the stage this time. he actually took on the audience at one point. that didn't sit too well. >> well, it didn't sit too well with the audience, but that might be okay. that's the trump brand. he's not the most popular guy in republican circles. he sort of embraces that. so i don't know if that necessarily hurt him there per
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se. i thought he sort of disappeared in the first part of the debate. second part of the debate, he did better. all throughout this week, though, it's been fascinating. and i have him on the show ta today. for trump, he's been humbled a little bit. iowa humbled him. not to say that he's all of a sudden a humble guy that's not donald trump, but could you tyol this is a different trump and he know he hasn't been working hard enough. >> all right. get some rest and we'll see you whenever you get back here. >> reporter: i think i might be back next sunday. i got to wish you valentine's day happiness. >> there you go. >> reporter: i'll bring chocolates and everything. >> i'll take a beer. you can see met the press oig every sunday right after "news 4 today." >> so if you have dvred "saturday night live," you might want to look away. we'll give you a second.
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>> i'm going to pop todown. lifeboat. >> hold on. wait a second. >> larry david and of course a skit about bernie sanders. in fact you can see that he made an appearance on the show. he and larry david joking about the 1%. david also did an impression in a skit called bern your enthusiasm. >> they really do look similar. >> i can't get over it. >> david does such a good bernie sanders. spot on. >> and also they spoofed cam and peyt peyton. >> oh, a super bowl skit. >> eboni and ivory. so you can google take. >> i see broncos orange behind us. >> oh, yes, absolutely.
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we're having a nice sunrise. >> that's a live view. enormous video win tdowindow. a cold start to this sunday morning. like yesterday, we had the subfreezing temperature refreeze, the snow melt from saturday. right now around the region, those high clouds are beginning to push in. live view from the tower camera. coat, scarf, gloves and sunglasses for this sunday. won't need an umbrella. we'll stay dry today. temperatures right now are below freezing. we're in the 20s for the hadn'ts through the shenandoah valley, virginia, maryland, near the bay 30. reagan national at 32. and nearby suburbs hovering around 30 degrees. great day to get some xhexercis get a run or brisk walk this. by 1:00, the mid-40s. should touch briefly upper 40s. by 4:00, back down to the mid-40s and then low are 40s by 6:00 p.m. so a rather chilly day.
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going to a super bowl party tonight, between 6:00 and 8:00, mid-40s, chilly and dry. a lot of clouds around. heading back home, back down to the upper 30s to around 40 degrees. remaining dry. right now storm team 4 radar not the showing any rain anywhere around the vicinity. now, here is new timing on the next snow coming our way. this is monday 4:00 p.m., this area in the pink and the lavender, that is an area of snow coming into the panhandle of west virginia. maybe a little bit of rain much farther to the south near richmond. by 7:00 p.m., gets in to the shenandoah valley. panhandle of west virginia. some accumulating snow there. and then later in the evening by 10:00 p.m. on monday, changes over maybe starting initially as a little bit of rain in the metro area to snow by 10:00, 11:00 on monday night. and then after midnight, it moves right into the metro area northern, eastern suburbs, we were suburbs. a little bit of rain far southern maryland, eastern
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shore. this is it as of 5:00 a.m. on tuesday. then much of the accumulating snow does move off after that. heads off to the north and east. but during the afternoon might get a little bit more developing. maybe a few sprinkles of rain mid to late afternoon on tuesday. leaving in its wake generally 1 to 3 inches in the metro area. nearby suburbs, darker blue zone 3 to 5. mostly rain far southern maryland, northern neck and lower part of the eastern shore. afternoon highs for before the rain arrives, mid tourts. and then we'll have that rain/snow mix and then the wet snow off and on on tuesday in the mid-30s. so slushy accumulations. and nep on wednesday, starts to turn colder, blustery winds, flurry and snow showers possible. and then much colder as we fwt toward thursday, friday and saturday. most of that period all the way into next sunday below freezing temperatures, polar plunge on the way end of the week into next weekend. >> yikes. all right.
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thank you, tom. you won't believe what we're getting ready to shoi you. take a look. what you are looking at is cars parked on the ice. it was a frozen lake geneva that someone thought would be okay to use as a parking lot during a national thooem contest in wisconsin. who okays that? parking was scarce so officials let people park on the rigs. they had to be carefully pulled out. luckily no one was in their car when the ice broke. thank goodness. >> find another place to park. just going to say. not the smartest move at all. well, it is a big football day and a big food day. >> of course. and coming up, a few tricks that will help and yyou avoid taking too many calories.
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panthers cam newton was awarded the mvp trophy saturday night. that makes him the sixth player to win both the heisman and mvp award. newton beat out tom brady and carson palmer with 48 of the 50 writers votes. >> he had an awesome season. when the broncos and panthers hit the field tonight, a lot of us will be hitting the buffet line. super bowl parties are often including a lot of up healthy treats. this morning erika edwards looks at the biggest offenders an offers a few tips for slightly healthier game time goodies. >> reporter: the only thing that gets fanned more fired up is the food that goes with it. >> chip, beer, yeah. >> that munachos. >> reporter: typical is so immense, so filling, some estimate a person can couple as
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many as 2,000 calories on game day. >> i start my diet the following morning. >> reporter: one of the biggest culprits is the chicken wings. 3 to 5 with can have as many as 500 calories and no one only eats 3 to 5. >> chicken wings are basically grenades. >> reporter: replace them with chicken tenders. and also swap out sour cream and dips for greek cryogurt and sti with height beer. >> higher the alcohol kept, the higher the callie content. >> reporter: and the best defense is a plate. fill it up once, and then turn your back on the if you habuffe and get back into the game. super bowl sunday is the second largest day for food consumption in the country. but it really is just one day. die the tesch shons say it's fine for most to indulge a little and get back on track
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monday. reporting clearly without any bias whatsoever, i'm rareerika edwards, nbc news. >> what a buzz kill. today is day to enjoy. almost like thanksgiving. >> second biggest eating holiday. you know what i saw the other day in chocolate covered potato chips. >> that sounds good. >> they have icing on to make them look like footballs. >> have you ever had chocolate covered oreos? i'll take it all.
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if you run over somebody, it's usually because you were driving too fast or you didn't look before you turned or you didn't stop for someone in the crosswalk. always be alert.
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pedestrians don't come with airbags. what donald trump did was use imminent did he main to try to at that time property of an elderly woman. >> without imminent domain, you don't have roads, highways, schools, bridges or anything. >> the final republican debate, the candidates on the defensive, attacks abz awkward moments. it is brisk out there this morning. you are looking at the current temperatures. 20s and 30s. but it is going to warm up a bit today. storm team 4 has more on the timing of that and the chance of snow on monday. more than a million fans are in san francisco for the super bowl. and even more will be watching on tv later today. we'll have a live report on what you can expect wherever you are watching the big game.
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fire it up. >> happy super bowl sunday. good morning. >> do i get in trouble if i throw it? >> don't throw it. >> he caught it. i played flag football in college. welcome to "news 4 today." i guess we need to do the weather. >> after you threw my football away. >> tom, that would be you. >> i went long and unfortunately it was over my head. you've got such an arm, angie. we are starting off early this morning with these subfreezing temperatures. some increasing high clouds. here is a live view from the tower camera. those moving this from the south. and sun coming up in about eight minutes. just a very gentle breeze at union station. weather headline, a little bit of patchy ice. a chilly afternoon but a pleasant day. and then the snow chance like most of the stowe will be late
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monday night and into tuesday. i'll have the latest timing on that and i'll show you the preliminary snow forecast coming up. right now we're subfreezing. downtown around 30. mountains, most locations in the 20s to around 30. no snow or rain anywhere in the vicinity. no travel problems on this sunday morning. we'll take a look at that snow forecast and the hour by hour timing in a few minutes. and it if you were hoping for more snow, you can get your shovel out now. we are watching another snow system headed to our area monday night as tom mentioned. d.c. mayor muriel bowser says the city's snow team will deploy more than 200 plows tomorrow afternoon. district leaders are also asking you to salt sidewalks if you can. 7:02. developing right now, a man and little boy are recovering from gunshot injuries in northwest d.c. overnight. the shooting happened on georgia avenue near jefferson street
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northwest. a bullet went through a store window and dwrazed traz grazed . >> probably the most awkward debate kickoff in history. best simply did not hear his name over the applause. that caused quite the chain reaction and delays back stage. took a little while, but eventually all the candidates made their way out. steefr thsteve handelsman has more. >> reporter: surging in polls, marco rubio was defensive knowing he'd get slammed for being a first term senator. >> i think the experience is not just what you did but how it worked out. >> reporter: the attack came from governors. >> you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable. you just simply haven't. >> reporter: chris christie and jeb bush. >> you learn this. you learn it by doing it. >> we'll win with trump. >> reporter: trump who skipped the iowa debate then lost the vote was aggressive.
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>> let me talk. quiet. you're out of time. >> reporter: but trump deporting every undocumented immigrant got slammed by governor john kasich. >> i can't imagine how we would begin to think about taking a mom or sad out of a house when they have not committed a crime, leaving their children in the house? i mean that is not in my opinion the kind of values that we believe in. >> reporter: ted cruz grabbed the trump hard line and a trump solution. >> in short what we're going to do, we'll build a wall, triple border patrol, increase and actually -- since donald enjoyed that, i will simply say i've got somebody in mind to build it. >> reporter: what is first in trump's mind is a big win tuesday. his first. rubio's dream, grabbing number two. for the other five, the dream is moving up to take on trump, which means pushing rubio out of the way. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, manchester, new hampshire.
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a lot of you are posting about larry david and his snl skit. >> are you bernie sanders? i was just on my way to vote for you. in. >> how can i help? >> i think i dislocated my shoulder, so can you pop it back in? >> are you nuts? >> the kit aired last night. gafd was the host. not only did he play sanders, but the presidential candidate made an appearance, as well. he showed up in the sketch about democratic socialism and a lifeboat and then both david and sanders introduced the musical guest. from great stuff. there is an emergency meeting today to discuss north korea's latest missile large. leaders say the north fired the missile this morning. united nations sanctions prohibit the country from using ballistic missile technology of
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any kind. north korea says it was launching a satellite. t it was a nightmare on the parkway. traffic finally back to normal this morning after a death investigation lasted into the night. the baltimore-washington parkway was shut down after a man shot and killed himself inside his car. after being pulled over by police. northbound lanes were completely closed off. the southbound lanes were slowed significantly during the investigation. >> stuck for about 45 minutes and just had to take a detour. they shut the ramp down. so we're trying to go get back up to pennsylvania. >> the man's identity has not been released, but again the parkway was reopened. after a full week of buildup and parties, today is the day that we've all been waiting for, the attention turns to levi's stadium for the super bowl. coming up, what different is for fans. and lost, more than a dozen
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president obama wants some help when it comes to clean energy. he announced saturday that he will ask the republican-led congress to double spending on research and development by year 2020. but that request probably will not be granted. obama's proposal is part of an initiative he announced at last year's u.n. climate conference in paris. congress is also set to give the spending blueprint for the budget year on tuesday. that's same day of the first presidential primary race. interesting crossover between two big story. republican candidates were asked who would win the super bowl at their debate last night. ted cruz, donald trump, marco rubio and john kasich all said
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the panthers would win. and they're right. jeb bush and chris christie said the broncos. ben carson was undecided and said with certainty it will either be deny ver or carolina. just pick. >> it will certainly be entertaining. we have the football up here with us because -- >> we're keeping it away from angie. >> and you have time to still get out and buy chips and wings last minute. the game begins 6:30. >> we want to head out to santa clara and check in with jay gray who lost hour didn't have a solid prediction for us. >> reporter: i'm alwa little concerned, the football in the studio, she has a rocket arm.
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she may break something there. look, we're out here before the sun comes up, levi's stadium, beating the crowd out here which is a good plan because it will be packed. hundreds of thousands, most without a seat but coming out to enjoy the hype that surrounds this historic game, the 50th anniversary of the vbl. so super bowl. and we're trying to get a lead on which team will win. all the hype is just about over now. it is finally game day by the bay. >> pinnacle of sports. super bowl 50, our team, the denver broncos. what an opportunity and experience of a lifetime. >> reporter: the fans have reached a fever pitch. >> we love you, baby. >> reporter: and teams say they're pumped up and ready to play.
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even these ruff players are ready for the annual puppy bowl. lady gaga will sing the national anthem, beyonce and bruno mars will join cold play at halftime. >> it is such a huge event. there is nothing bigger for a band. >> reporter: so now the only question left is, who will win. and for that, you've got to turn to the experts. >> the broncos. >> reporter: while this panda is going with the panthers. no surprise who the horse is going to pick. and the otter is, well, waving the broncos flag. sort of. none of these animals were hurt during the filming of their picks which they stress are strictly for fun and should not be used for wagering purposes. dangerous times. and look, whichever team does not wind up on the winning side of this thing, they won't have the weather to blame. it is supposed to be about 70 degrees at kickoff. a beautiful day for a great
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game. >> enjoy the game. coming up, lessons learned. one local community is asking you how they did during the blizzard of 2016. >> and also tom kierein looking ahead to more snow and extreme cold this tin the week ahead. you can't deal with something, by ignoring it.
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five tidied and continue others are recovering after an avalanche. all skiers had good experience and most had air bags. but rescue crews were not able to save everyone. there had been avalanche warnings put out. neighbors in prince william county came out to hear vdot's plans for the next big snowstorm. many said the agency did a good job plowing during the blizzard, but they say the street plowing app needs to be improved and streets need to be plowed more than once. >> the vehicle tracking that indicated that our street hadley had been plowed when most of it had been plowed, but certainly not all of it. so there were some issues with that. there were issues with call wait times and trying to get hold of vdot during the snow. >> vdot says it got a lot of complaints about the street plowing app and they are addressing those problems. and that makes me
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speechless. what you're seeing are cars backed on the ice. >> they were. >> they were. it was a frozen lake geneva that someone thought would be okay to use as a parking lot during a national sculpting competition. parks was scarce, so officials let people park on the lake. emergency crews had to tow the trucks and pull them out. it took a long time. luckily no one was in the car when that ice broke. so everybody is doing okay. but that put a lot of people at risk trying to retrieve these things. >> not schooled this the ways of wisconsin and michigan, but apparently that's a sxhon thicog when it gets that cold. >> yeah, but it didn't look safe to begin with. >> i grew up in the upper midwest and we used to do that, drive out on the ice. but there is an old saying, the ice gets thicker, the more beer you drink. i don't know if that played a
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role in this case or not. >> and we're taking a polar plunge. >> we are by the end of this coming puiweek. between now and then, enjoy this sunday because we'll have above average temperatures by later this afternoon. high clouds drifting over us right now. we'll get a little bit of sunshine in and out as we get into the rest of the day. but this morning you definitely need a coat, scarf, gloves and sunglasses later. won't need the umbrella. love that soft peachy glow. s temperatures are near 30 on the water, 31 at reagan national. fairfax county mid and upper 20s. great day to get in some exercise. temperatures by 11:00 should be around 40. should be hovering in the mid to
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upper 40s between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. great afternoon coming up. by late afternoon after sunset, dropping back down into the low 40s. going to a vbl party tonight, between 6:00 and 8:00, we'll be in the low fourth to mid-40s. chilly and dry. mostly cloudy. by the end of the game by late evening back down to around 40 degrees. so a great evening to get out about and driving. no travel problems overnight tonight. and much of tomorrow. right now radar all dry here. here is new timing just in on the arrival of snow. this area in the pink and white and lavender, snow zone. starts to move this to the mountains and panhandle of west virginia by monday 4:00. by 7:00, into the shenandoah valley and metro area, we might get some sprinkles of rain. otherwise we're staying dry until later monday evening is the new timing. right the now by 10:00, we'll get the snow moving in.
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mixing with a little bit of rain. then it continues to snow 10:00 p.m. all the way until around 5:00, 6:00 on tuesday. points south, maybe mixing with some rain. all rain tart south there. and much of it ending by later in the morning on tuesday. and then tuesday afternoon, might get a few more passing snow showers coming through perhaps even a few sprinkles of rain. so it will be a wet slushy snow. total amounts of accumulation in the metro area, my preliminary snow forecast is 1 to 3 inches in the light blue zone. much of thoof northern virginia nearby suburbs and the districts, maybe only an inch. 3 to 5 inches darker blue zone. panhandle of west virginia, some higher elevations may get 5 or 6 inches. northern loudoun 3 or 4 inches. toward the pennsylvania border,
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maybe around 5 are on you 6 inches. and again a wet slushy snow. and then it turns colder. the polar plunge moves in. we'll stay low to hid 30s through the day with a wet snow on tuesday. and then we'll be mostly below freezing much of wednesday, maybe briefly above freezing in the afternoon with some flurries and passing snow showers. and then it gets really cold most of the time below freezing thursday, friday, and next weekend, the coldest weather of the season so far. saturday may only make it into the upper 20coldest day, we may stay in the teens. may be near zero next sunday in the morning. it's coming in, coldest weather of the season so far. >> i'm going to wrap myself in bubble wrap up. >> with a couple blankets. absolutely. you probably have seen the picture on social media. the sea lion's wrong turn into a
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california restaurant. i just tweeted this out. more on how the animal is doing now. plus zika continues to spread quickly through the americas. the toll it's taking on countries like colombia.
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news # your health, president obama's administration is moving forward to take a shot to fight cancer. the white house pledged $1
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billion for research. this week joe biden will visit the duke school of medicine to discuss ways to use that money effectively. new developments about the spread of the zika virus. the president of colombia says the disease has infected more than 3,000 pregnant women there. it's been connected to micro sever microcephaly. the government is working to limit the spread. you may have seen the pits from southern california in the last day or so. that sea lion pup. >> so cute. she was able to find her way into an upscale restaurant. but the unusual scene brought new and serious focus to the plight of these mammals having a hard time finding food. morgan radford has the story. >> reporter: hungry and mal thur
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ri nourished, she took a seat like every customer. >> we were surprised to see a really young sea lion pup that had actually spent the night in this booth at the restaurant. >> reporter: in desperate need of medical attention, the seaworld rescue team carried hr away giving her what she needs and calling her marina. >> this pup weighed 20 pounds when we rescued it and it should be about 40 to 50 pounds out in the wild. >> reporter: and she's not the only one. hundreds of sea lions along the california coast are searching for food, walking into scores and back yard patios. >> very cute and very, very nice. >> reporter: all trying to survive. s waters are getting warmer because of el nino and that means the food that they need in cold water are getting pushed farther away leaving these pups stranded and starving. and they're looking for high
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ground and food. 2015 was the hottest year on record according to nasa and seaworld rescued 990 california sea lions just like marina. already this year, they rescued 46. this is why experts are hoping this isn't the new normal. morgan radford, nbc news, los angeles. now to a developing story out of taiwan. >> an apartment building collapses after an earthquake. the rescue operation taking place right now. plus the huge cleanup and containment effort taking place on the potomac after a mysterious spill there. and the warm-up followed by the snow followed by the extreme cold. tom kierein sorts out all the weather changes this just a few minutes.
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in the district a mafrn and aed toddler were shot overnight. d.c. police check out georgia avenue northwest at jefferson street for the investigation. they say both are expected to survive. anyone who believes that barack obama isn't doing what he's doing on purpose doesn't understand what we're dealing with here. >> marco rubio among the most criticized candidates at last night's republican debate in new hampshire. the primary is there on tuesday. more on the debate coming up. there are almost 11 hours exactly until super bowl 50 begins. brand new mvp cam newton is taking on five time winner
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peyton manning at 6:30 tonight. it will be quite the match-up. welcome back, everyone. i'm angie goff. >> and i'm adam tuss. hope you're having a great start to your super bowl sunday. >> and bundle up factor is truly in effect, but not to the degree that we will see in the coming week. >> exactly. in fact by a week from today, we may have our coldest weather of the season so far. so enjoy today while you can. as it will be above average temperatures here by later this afternoon. right now we are below freezing and looking at the sky, we have quite a bit of cloudiness. a little bit of sun peeking true. a very gentle breeze by union station. this morning a live view from our capitol hill camera. a chilly afternoon and snow likely accumulating monday night into tuesday.
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mid 20s shenandoah valley, mountains low and mid-20s. nothing on radar. all clear. no rain, no snow. a look at the new timing on snow arrival and my preliminary snow forecast coming up. in taiwan, it is a race againsttime to save the missing after a deadly pre-dawn earthquake. the 6.4 magnitude quake hit while millions were still sleeping. the death toll stands at 19. kelly cobiella has more. >> reporter: rescuers hear a little boy crying. trapped for more than 12 hours, they finally pull him to safety.
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this young girl was produce the out barefoot all day one after another, toddler, baby, children and their mothers, rescued from what was once home to hundreds. the pre-dawn earthquake brought this 17 apartment building to the ground. you can see it crumbling in this surveillance video. the walls fell and then the bed fell, this man says. buildings are tilting, cars crushed, and cut in half. the 6.4 earthquake was felt for miles. it was shallow, causing more damage. we spoke to kate by phone and she told us she was jolted awake at 4:00 a.m. >> my 7-year-old was in a different room and you could hear her crying out for us. but it was shaking so violently, we couldn't get out of our beds to get to her. >> reporter: firefighters responded in minutes helping people climb out windows, using
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construction cranes. they rescued more than 300 so far. this woman was trapped with her two young sons. her 3-year-old has a head injury. she has broken bones. she held her son close as rescuers dug through layers of concrete to reach them. dozens are still missing. their anguished families waiting and praying while hundreds of soldiers and firefighters try to find them checking air pockets, searching for more signs of life. kelly cobiella, nbc news. crews are working to remove the crane that fell in new york city during high wind. one person died. we're told the crane is being cut into piece so it can be tow away. it could be days before we learn why it collapsed. also right now, a teen is missing and police are asking for your help. take a look at your screen.
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this is 16-year-old. he was last seen on marsh overlook drive in woodbridge. he was wearing a red wind breaker and cammo pants and could be in danger. and the coast guard says the oily sheen in the water isn't getting any bigger. that's good news. the coast guard is keeping it contained near roach's run sanctuary. and they're working to help the oiled geese. tomorrow agencies will trace the storm drains in an attempt to i said find the source of the sheen. we're learning more about one the suspects in a teen's murder. according to the "washington post," natalie keepers stopped seeing her mental health counselor this year. keepers appaerpt l paerpparentlf bullying in high school. keepers is charged with helping to plan the murder of
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13-year-old nicole lovell along with david eisenhauer. convicted domestic abusers could get their guns taken away if a new bill becomes law in maryland. senator raskin, a democrat, says he plans to spro could you say that bill this year. it would require courts to order abusers to happened over their firearms to federally licensed arm dealers. the fight over new protected bike lanes in downtown d.c. continues. a packed house in shaw as ddot went over several options for a new north south route on saturday. the routes would run on fifth, sixth or ninths streets. some churches are concerned because they say they use the lanes on those roads for parking. the bike lanes could mean some spaces would be lost. >> the concern is that the city is being made over for the convenience of newcomers.
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>> public street should be for public use and parking is part of that p. i think a lot of this court order has an option where we could preserve a lot of the parking even on sundays. >> yesterday's meeting was just the beginning of several public meetings on the project. no action is sgeexpected until march. >> you have to see this video. it happened in baltimore at fells point. the minivan, there was a big fight and the man in the car tried to drive off. first the van slammed in on the back of another car. it then reversed and hit a woman who was walk on the sidewalk. sheegs in the hospital with skull and rib fractures. some of you have tomorrow circled on your calendar to remember a woman who died in fairfax police custody. natasha mckenna was forced out of her cell and tased one year ago tomorrow. she was being treated for
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schizophrenia. several groups are planning a peaceful rally. they will hold a vigil for mckenna in alexandria tomorrow night. offers ahead of the super bowl. >> and why cam newton is already a winner. stay with us. geico has sent me to old town, alexandria to ask folks some questions about the area. let's go. what common snack was first grown right here in virginia?
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cam newton was awarded the mvp trophy saturday night. that picks him the sixth player to win both the heisman and mvp. newton beat out tom brady and carson palmer with 48 of the 50 votes. coach ron rivera getting coach of the year. >> that is my half dab.
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>> your half sneeze. all right. the big game taking place in santa clara. you can see we are prepared. but the game happening out in california in the heart of silicon valley today. >> some tech companies are hoping to score. olivia stern shows us how they're connecting with fans. >> reporter: it's the super bowl on demand. order qb legends and you could end up in a game of making football with joe montana. >> always a lot of fun especially for old quarterbacks like us. >> reporter: just one example of how silicon valley is rolling out its i biggest stars. airbnb also cashing in, offering a night's stay and everything from a trailer to a tree house. but if you had your heart set on this mushroom dome cabin, sorry, it's already booked. >> it's a great contrast to the
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super bowl. >> reporter: this four bedroom was the perfect place for his whole family. >> my parents, blor, my sister, my best friend. my wife, my two daughters. the opportunity to have all my family at one place, you just don't have that in hotel rooms. >> reporter: airbnb is picking up harp are's tab meanwhile the panthers representing out his open home in charlotte. >> i'm excited for somebody else to have the opportunity to watch it on the big screen. >> reporter: harper is donating the proceeds to his foundation. and not to be left out, if you ordered a lyft this week, you might have seen this guy behind the wheel. >> what is your team? >> the 9ers. born and raised in san jose. >> reporter: yes, that is jerry rice, teasing unsuspecting riders. sflan doing the super bo
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san francisco doing the super bowl silicon valley style. olivia stern, nbc news, san francisco. twibuzz feed reported twitt would be rearranging the tweets in your time line based on how much you might want to read them. right now tweets are posted in chronological order. the report caused a lot of backlash and the #rip twitter was the number one trending thing all day. how does it know what i want to read? now it's making a decision for me. >> you're right. 7:43. the "today" show is next. >> let's get a preview of what they're working on. th sheinelle jones and craig is joining us. >> coming up on a sunday morning here on "today," talk about a wild night at the republican presidential debate. the insults flying.
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we'll have all the highlightsem show you bernie sanders barnes on snl. >> and of course the day football fans have been waiting for, super bowl 50 kickingoff in less than dwell ho12 hours. who will come out on top is this dylan dreyer will be live on the west coast. >> and we'll have ten puppies ready to rough if out on the turf for our very own version of the puppy bowl. >> and they will be up for adoption, as well. those showers and a heck of a lot more when we get started here on "today." >> and it's also about the halftime i don't know say wi beyonce will be performing formation. >> i didn't know. >> is that the one where timberlake dances?
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>> do it for us again. >> this one, the justin timberlake dance. >> we could put adam tuss at halftime. just as entertaining. >> go panthers. >> go panthers indeed. a restaurant, restart for a popular restaurant, coming up, the action which i will pchipot tomorrow. and you can look forward to a warm-up. you can also look forward to some
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if you can't find an open chipotle for lunch tomorrow, you won't be alone. all are closed until 3:00 in the afternoon. the company is holding meetings with the employees to discuss how the restaurant will rebound from the recent e. coli and thur row v newer re virus outbreaks. a special ceremony honoring what would have been president ronald reagan's 1'00'050105 bir california. a lot of us can look forward to spring. moving day for the that thes. the team is packing up all their equipment and heading to florida for spring training. the annual tradition known as truck day signifies the
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beginning of the new baseball season. >> spring is coming early. you listened to the groundhog, right? >> no. >> you don't put stock in a large squirrel? but we'll want to keep the warm coat and hat handy. >> especially lay week from today, that's when we'll have a polar plunge. testimony get really cold. but between now and then, enjoy the balmy weather. starting off this morning with clouds moving in. leave a coat, ask a scarf, sung. with the high cloud, it will be a bright overcast. ahead temperatures are subfreezing. mountains low to mid 20s. shenandoah valley, mid-20s.
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closer to washington, low 20s. montgomery county, mid-20s in fairfax, prince george's county now in the upper 20s. southern maryland, charles, calvert, st. mary's upper 20s to around 30. near the bay 30 degrees. great day to get in a brisk walk or morning run. temperatures by late morning near 40. and then early afternoon mid-40s. average high this time of year is mid-40s, so a little warmer than average for february this afternoon. if you're going to a vsuper bow party, back down to the low 40s. chilly, dry, a lot of clouds around. by the end of the fame, it will be in the upper 30s to around 40 degrees. we'll just have clouds coming through. no travel problems weather-wise. new timing on the monday afternoon time frame, 4:00, snow
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developing in the mountains. area in the pink and lavender. an maybe a little bit of light rain around 4:00 to 5:00. and then some accumulating snow gets into the shenandoah valley, panhandle of west virginia by 7:00 p.m. monday. and then monday evening by around 9:00, 10:00, it moves in to the western northern suburbs. the pink zone a mix of rain and snow. then after midnight on monday until around 8:00 are 9:00 in the morning, tuesday, we'll have the accumulating snow coming through. most of it as far as accumulating snow ending by mid-morning on tuesday. and then moving away. fwart to the south it will be a mix of rain and snow. and maybe a little bit more by the afternoon trying to pop up a little bit to our north, as well, up near the pennsylvania border and up in the southern part of pennsylvania is when we'll have the highest amount. could be up to around 5 inches there right along the pennsylvania border. maybe 3 inches or so northern shenandoah valley an panhandle
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of virginia. metro area maybe a couple of inches. southern maryland, dusting to an inch. before all that happens on monday, up into the mid-40s. then the system moves on through mid-30s on tuesday afternoon. flurries, passing snow showers possible wednesday. here comes the polar plunge subfreezing temperatures for the entire period. thursday through much of next weekend. looks like the coldest weather of the season so far. >> it's not over yet. thank you, tom. four things to know on this super bowl sunday morning. you might feel like you only just dug yourself out, but more snow is on the way. d.c. has horn 200 plows on standby with up to 3 inches expected. toddler recovering after beinggrazed by a bullet.
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a man also shot, but both victims expected to survive. many calling last night a rough night for marco rubio. he was hoping to shine after donald trump lost in iowa. yet to see who will surge in tuesday's new hampshire primary. and as we told you all morning, the big game is tonight and millions and millions of people are in santa clara to watch the panthers and broncos play. even more of you will be watching from home. lots of good movies out right now and we have more lead up to the oscars. this time the directors guild awards. we'll take a look at the big winner there. >> and more chocolate than you can imagine. we'll tell you where. stay with us.
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"revenant" is pulling this big wins. the director won at the director guilds of america's award. he won the same award last year for "birdman" which went on to win him the best director oscar and best picture prize. here is a look at some of the other winners for you. david nutter for "game of thrones." and don roy king for the 40th snl anniversary special. >> and you remember this from yesterday, right? your dream come true.
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look at that. for anyone with a sweet tooth. >> that's right. in fairfax, chocolate as far as the eye can see. we were there yesterday. it attractions chocolate lovers from around the country. folks enjoyed sweet treats of all kinds including a chocolate chip pancake breakfast and fountain. >> having a little trouble. >> i'm having trouble today because i ate half a pound of fudge last night before i went to bed. i feel terrific. >> exactly. a little crashed. >> that's right. >> it was a good time. >> it was a good time. >> the festival goes on until
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good morning. piling on after a traffic jam at the start. attacking one another during their final debate before the new hampshire primary. chris christie setting his sights on marco rubio. >> marco, the thing is this. when you're president of the united states, when you're governor of a state, the memorized 30 second speech where you talk about how great america is at the end of it doesn't solve one problem for one person. >> donald trump getting booed after taking on jeb bush. >> quiet. out of time. out of time. that's all of his donors and special interests out there. >>

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