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recovery because of the light traffic overall. >> mike, thanks. that is what's happening "today in the bay." we are back at 7:25 with a live local news update. >> join us for "nbc bay area news" at 11:00. it is friday. get out and enjoy! . good morning. breaking overnight, dead on arrival, house democrats immediately passed a bill to reopen the government after getting back the gavel. but with no money for the president's wall, the shutshodo goes on. >> i have never had as much support as i have in the past week. >> it is a wall between reality and his constituents. >> the latest on the showdown and the crass comment from a new congresswoman. just ahead what will happen when congress nional leaders meet wi the president. >> fiery crash.
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the death toll reaching to seven overnight in that collision on a florida highway. this morning dramatic new images from that scene. and why police are now investigating the crash as a homicide. change of hart? don't let those people win. host the oscars. ellen degeneres tells kevin hart she's backing him as news that the academy wants him back. what he has to say. >> those stories, plus wanted. the suspect sketch just released in the shooting death of a seven-year-old texas girl. the latest on a massive man hunt just ahead. >> sat scandal. a high school honor student fighting back after she was accused of cheating to improve her score. >> i worked so hard and did everything i could do to get ready and get prepared. >> and wild card weekend. after a regular season's ratings
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spike, the nfl and football fans coast to coast gear up for the start of the playoffs today, friday, january 4th, 2019. from nbc news, this is today with savannah guthrie and hoda live. >> welcome to today. thank you for joining us on a friday morning. i know what we're doing all weekend, watching football. how about you? >> yes, indeed. this is a huge weekend. you are pulling for your eagles. i am pulling for the saints. >> this new power shift on capitol hill and how it's impacting the government shutdown now entering its third week. >> reporter: good morning. in just hours, congressional leaders are headed to the white house. they need to hash out a deal to reopen the government. it is a bitter backdrop to an otherwise history making day on capitol hill thursday, filled
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with firsts and all the hallmarks of divided government. the government shutdown careening toward a third week as democrats passed legislation to reopen it overnight. >> the big is passed. >> but with no new funding for the president's border wall, mr. trump already vowing to veto it. >> you have no border security without the wall. we have had no deal without a wall. >> take yes for an answer. open up government. >> and it is not just democrats. the first cracks are beginning to show in the republican party. gop senators corey gardener and susan collins calling on the president to compromise. collins saying overnight that an agreement should not be held hostage to this debate over border security. a jarring contrast to celebrations on the house floor after a historic day on capitol hill. >> congratulations, madam speaker.
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>> after becoming the first woman to get the gavel over a decade ago, nancy pelosi taking the roll of house speaker once again. >> i now call the house to order on behalf of all of america's children. >> at the white house, president trump making a surprise appearance as a new reality sets in. >> i just want to start up by congratulating nancy pelosi. >> on capitol hill, a number of firsts. the new class becoming the first diverse in history with more people of color, members of the lgbtq community and more than 100 women sworn into the house, a record. >> good morning, everyone. >> at 29, becoming the youngest woman in congress, posting this photo from "vanity fair" with the caption, we're in the building. the first palestinian member of congress blasting the president overnight.
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first in an op-ed shec co-authored writing in part the time for impeachment proceedings now. and later at a party where she was caught on camera using an exple explitive referring to the president. >> democrats vowing more investigations into the president and speaker pelosi asked about impeachment by savannah. >> we have to wait and see what happens with the mueller report. we shouldn't be impeaching for a political reason and we shouldn't avoid impeachment for a political reason. >> the white house firing back. >> i think it's unfortunate that you have got an incoming speaker already talking about indictments and impeachment. >> the congresswoman defiant saying i will always speak truth to power. president trump writing how do you impeach a president who has won perhaps the greatest election of all time, done
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nothing wrong, had the most successful years of any president. >> all right. thank you. we're going to bring in chuck todd. just as kristin said, both sides seem to be locked in. how do you think this thing finally ends? >> i think that's a great question. usually in washington when you are at an impasse you do a couple of things. somebody folds because the political heat is too much or you make the deal much bigger, right? so in an instance like this, suddenly we're having this fight over -- this small fight over wall funding. suddenly dreamers, daca for the ball become a deal or something like that. but in the short term, i don't see how this ends. democrats don't have a political incentive to compromise with the president and right now it is republicaning breaking rank with the party. i don't see how the president is somehow going to give in yet. that's just not his style. so i do think we will be here for a while. >> i was just reading a quote
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from senator lindsey graham who sometimes has the ear of the president. he says if president trump gives in on the shutdown, his presidency is probably over. if he's hearing that from the right flank, what incentive does he have to deal? and the democrats made clear they don't want to deal. >> the president, it's funny, remember the infamous chuck and nancy the first time he almost cut a deal with chuck and nancy, the first time daca for the wall, the legislation to protect dreamers, those kids brought here by their parents illegally. when the president supported that or appeared to support that for a couple days, his base went crazy. i don't think he thinks he can move that all. so the president is convinced with what lindsey graham said. i don't think that's true. it is only true if you believe it. but in this case, the president does believe this and so if that's what he's believing, then you tell me what his incentive is to somehow compromise. >> no, no. we ask the questions here, chuck.
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>> i don't see his ego is too much in the way here. he's talked about it himself. he's like, i can't take a compromise deal like this. it will make me look bad. that's the position we're in now. >> thank you. you will have a lot more on sunday on "meet the press." >> that's right. also this morning, investigators in florida trying to piece together the cause of that fiery crash near gainesville. at least seven people were killed when two trucks and tw c >> reporter: a portion of interstate 75, one of the three lanes heading south remained closed. investigators hoping the daylight hours will give them an opportunity to better assess the scene so they can determine who is at fault. overnight investigators witnessed the horrifying crash, trying to piece together what happened. the accident thursday afternoon
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involving two tractor trailers, a passenger van and a mid size sedan. >> and the fire was so big and so strong and so bad. >> all of the vehicles catching fire after 50 gallons of diesel fuel spilled and quickly became a terrifying inferno. >> any time you have a truck that's involved and you have that much, you know, metal scraping each other and that type of collision, there is a high probability you could have a fire. >> backing up traffic as far as the eye can see. >> we're early in the investigation. we got a lot of vehicles up there. so we are trying to figure that out, trying to piece it together. >> at least seven people dead. eight more injured. many of the injuries critical. a local sheriffs office tweeting the emergency required all hands on deck. terrifying footage showing the
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huge fire evngulfing the vehicles. social media users capturing the crash from multiple angles. many first responders caring for the injured in the middle of the roaddebris. overnight investigators combing through the wreckage looking for clues hoping to find out what caused this horrible accident. >> the accident so gruesome the florida highway parole is yet to identify all of those who died here. in good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the reward here is now up to $100,000. one of the young witnesses inside that car is now telling us about her terrifying glimpse of the gunman. this morning authorities in
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houston hope this new composite sketch will help lead them to jasmine's killer. >> what will you miss most about your sister? >> her smile. >> she was with her mother and three sisters on a coffee run early sunday morning when investigators say a man in his 30s or 40s opened fire, killing the seven-year-old in the backseat. >> he had blue eyes. he had a hoodie on. >> the red pickup track started off on their passenger side, switched lanes behind them and pulled up to the driver's side. >> he had enough time to know that it was a woman with kids in the car. >> do you remember how many gunshots there were. >> i don't know. but i know he finished his clip. he finished. he emptied out his gun. >> investigators have not determined the motive, but jasmine's mother has her own theory. >> this is something that i believe was a hate crime. >> authorities are looking into whether this deadly encounter may have been connected to an
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unsolved shooting in the same area in 2018. so far no clear link. >> once i determine who did it, then we'll understand motive. >> now, the #justiceforjasmine is drawing attention. shaquille o'neal has offered to pay for her funeral and hopkins has offered to donate his paycheck in his honor. >> what i can do that's nothing. that won't bring back a person. but it's the least i can do. >> investigators now hope the new composite sketch will lead to a break in the case. they are analyzing new bullet casings found at the scene to match them up with other crimes. a community rally is planned for tomorrow and jasmine's funeral is set for tuesday. >> such a sad story. thank you. we move on now. lots to get to this morning. there is a new twist in the
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oscars hosting controversy. could kevin hart be back in the running? >> a lot of people will be talking about this today. weeks after facing a backlash after his past remarks, kevin hart is evaluating whether to return. it comes after his raw conversation where he reached out to the producers telling them to take him back. >> i called the academy today because i really want to host the oscars. ellen degeneres opening the door for kevin hart to once again host this year's academy awards. not just showing her support for hart, but actively campaigning on his behalf. >> they were like, oh, my god, we want him to host. we feel like that maybe he misunderstood or it was handled wrong or maybe we said the wrong thing, but we want him to host. whatever we can do, we would be thrilled and he should host the oscars. >> hart opening up about his initial excitement. >> oscars was one of the highest
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of highs to me because there hasn't been a lot of african-american comedians to do it. >> he bowed out after critics condemned his routines. >> i have yet to go back to that version of immature comedian i once was. i moved on. i'm a grown man. i'm cultured. i'm a guy that understands now. i look at life through a different lens. and because of that, i live it a different way. i don't want to step on that stage and make that night about me and my past when you got people that have worked hard to step on that stage for the first time and receive an award. >> ellen calling their conversation incredible and honest. >> i think it is perfect that all this happened because there has to be a conversation about homophobia, whatever they did and whoever is trying to hurt
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you, it brought up you reminding you that you are a bigger person, that you have already apologized. you're apologizing again. >> after hart initially stepped down, he did apologize to the lgbtq community for his past remarks. but his appearance ellen perhaps speaker in greater volumes. >> you have grown. you have apologized. you are apologizing again right now. you have done it. don't let those people win. host the oscars. >> another update. ellen tweeting overnight saying look at this, i believe in forgiveness. i believe in second chances. and i believe in kevin hart. >> wow. >> this is something he has wanted to do. i remember him interviewing him, gosh, seven, eight years ago and i said what is one of the one things you want to do and this is what he named. it is something he has always held in his heart. >> so have someone like ellen have his back and make such a point of supporting him, you know, it would be interesting to
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see whether it all works out. >> yeah. >> we'll keep you posted. >> thank you. you can see that whole interview today. let's talk football now, shall we? >> the nfl playoffs are kicking off this season. ratings are up 5% over last season. streaming views up a staggering 86% in the wake of the national anthem controversy that dominated the headlines last year. after a grueling 17 week regular schedule, it is finally playoff time. there are four games this weekend. we call it wild card weekend. you can see one of them right here on nbc. the bears host the defending super bowl champions. who are they, savannah? >> the eagles! >> that's sunday at 4:30. >> eagles nation will be at my house on sunday afternoon. al has got a check of the forecast. good morning. >> hey. good morning, guys. let there be light. >> there. >> it will happen. >> many people have said i have
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been in the dark before. well, just imagine -- ah! look at it. a pretty good line of showers and thunderstorms now making their way through the south. this line could spawn tornadoes down through florida. heavier showers and thunderstorms back through the west. snow ending there. for today here comes this storm system up the east coast. a threat for gooding raflooding. out by sunday. we are looking at much nicer weather. here are the travel delays today. atlanta this morning, charlotte, rally d ral l richmond to jacksonville. tomorrow portland to balmer, rain fall amounts generally about one to two inches. but some of these rain fall rates upwards of a half an inch to an inch and a half per hour.
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some of the streams can't handle that, it could be some localized flooding. we will get to your local forecast coming up in the next 60 seconds. no, make that 30. y. geico, fifteen minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. it is 7:18 and look at the beautiful skies over san jose right now. it's got a nice sunrise but here come the clouds. we are expecting a big change as we head into the weekend. the temperatures right now very cold. 38 degrees in san jose and throughout the bay area right now. we are seeing a couple spots running a few degrees lower, napa seven degrees warmer than yesterday. as far as your temperature trend
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into the afternoon, we'll slowly see an increase in cloud cover, topping out in the upper 50s. that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks. coming up, can you do too well on the s.a.t.? the high school honor student who improved her score and now claims she is being accused of cheating. plus, the woman being questioned in connection with the missing mom case in colorado. we'll have the latest just ahead. first, this is "today" on nbc. we'll have the latest just ahead. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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now. the entire circled area has gone back up to the speed limit over the last half hour. the problem is be in eastbound 5830 approaching canyon road. car is engulfed in flames. spectacle headed toward the dublin grade out of castro valley and a traffic alert. westbound 80, let's look with chopper sky ranger is over westbound 80, we had a tow truck and fire trucks blocking three lanes, looks like flares are still there. the jam is coming out of richmond off the border toward the scene. let's look at how the weather is shaping up there. >> look at the clouds, we're seeing a change in the skies. san francisco looking beautiful this morning. temperatures are still cold, running in the 30s, up through the north bay. upper 30s for san jose, but as we head in towards the afternoon, your temperature trend will climb into the 50s, and we are expecting that cloud cover to increase overnight as we are expecting chances of seeing the rain in the north bay tonight and widespread rain as we move into tomorrow morning, and that is certainly going to affect your weekend plans.
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expect a lot of rain and windy conditions. kira? >> good to have that warning, vianey, thanks. i'll be back in 30 minutes with another local news update.
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♪ and in the bad times i fear myself ♪ ♪ i ♪ natalie has a sneak peek of the big night in hollywood. >> i just want to watch the rest of it, but we can't. we have to get to today's headlines. by the way, congressional leaders are headed back to the white house today. another attempt to hash out a deal to reopen this government.
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democrats who officially took control of the house on thursday passed legislation to reopen it overnight, but there is no new funding for the president's border wall, so the president is already vowing to veto it. republican senators are now calling on the president to compromise. >> global stocks regain ground today after it was confirmed that the united states and china will hold a new ground of trade talks next week. the two nations have been locked in a trade war for the better part of a year. the dow jones industrial average lost 660 points on thursday. that's nearly a 3% slide. that comes after apple warned its sales in china are slowing dramatically, blaming the trade war with china. >> a winning streak is finally over this morning after the baylor basketball team upset top ranked uconn. final score 68-57.
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it ended an incredible run for the huskies. before last night, this team had won 126 straight games in regular season. the streak dates back to november 2014. >> wow. big day for uconn. now to the controversy that erupted over one student's score on the sats. >> high school senior did what a lot of college bound kids do. she took the sat once for a baseline score, then a prep course before taking the test again. but her 330 point improvement concerned the testing company, which launched an investigation and deemed her score invalid. now campbell and her lawyer are claiming racial bias. >> i did not cheat. i studied and i focussed to achieve my dreams. >> this morning florida high school senior fighting for her future after testing officials questioned her dramatically improved sat score.
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>> i worked so hard, and i did everything i could do to get ready and be prepared. >> when the 18-year-old honor student first took the sat she got a 900. she took it again and received a 1230, a 330 point improvement. testing officials called the results too improved, citing substantial agreement between her answers and those of other test takers, marking her scores at invalid and creating an investigation. she is now threatening legal action, working with a civil rights attorney. >> this little girl had did everything she could. she had followed all the rules, and then she's still told that she is not legitimate. >> trump is calling on the college board and the private company to validate her scores within two weeks so she could meet college application scores. >> if they don't release her
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test score, we're going to explore every possible legal remedy, including but not limited to a violation of her civil rights. >> the college board tells nbc news they cannot comment on individual cases but added we do not cancel scores based on a score gain alone. we will only cancel scores after we are confident there is substantial evidence to do so. for her, it is an attack not just on her intelligence but her sbr integrity. >> to have your effort taken away from you with them saying, we think you cheated, it is not fair. >> they are expected to hold a news conference today to increase pressure on the college board to release her test score. in other words, make it available so she could use it to apply to colleges. >> all right. thank you. >> thank you. >> in the meantime, new developments to tell you about in the case of that missing colorado mom who police believe was murdered by her own fiancée. this morning we have
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information, it's new, about a woman being investigated as part of this case. steve patterson is in colorado for us with the latest. steve, good morning. >> good morning. look, authorities have been tight lipped about what exactly led them to charging patrick with first degree murder, but they may be closer to answering how exactly his cell phone was found 800 miles away in idaho. >> patrick appeared for his daughter's custody hearing on thursday amid questions about his relationship with a woman from idaho. law enforcement is now looking at a 32-year-old nurse who possibly disposed of her phone. the last sign of life from a colorado mom last seen thanksgiving day shopping with her one-year-old daughter. the woman is from twin falls, idaho. the twin falls sheriffs office confirming to nbc news they have served search warrants in the case.
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>> some evidence was collected and processed. >> earlier this week, prosecutors suggested others could be involved. >> there potentially could be other people arrested in this case. >> a body has yet to be found, but authorities no longer believe that the 29-year-old is alive, offering two theories about her death. each one represented by a count of first degree murder against her fiance. one alleges she was killed deliberately. the other alleges she died during a robbery he commissioned. he also faces three counts of solicitation to commit murder in the months leading up to her disappearance. court documents not giving any details about who he approached or insight as to why prosecutors think he is responsible for his fiance's death. >> i can't really speak as to what he has done. >> most facts in the case are still under seal. investigators pursuing any investigation in the case. >> they have a number of
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interviews they want to do, a number of items they want to collect. >> his lawyers aren't commenting on the case. it was expected to enter a plea in a hearing later this month. still behind bars this morning as questions continue to swirl about what exactly happened to kelsey. >> a lot of people wondering about the little child here. i know there was a custody hearing yesterday. what did the court decide? >> so the court did rule the couple's one-year-old daughter will stay with kelsey's parents who have been awarded temporary custody. meanwhile he is back in court yet again today for another hearing about his upcoming murder trial. >> all right. thank you very much. we are going to switch gears and get a check of the weekend weather from al. >> interesting thing going on right now. take a look. new mexico, since december 1st, 5.3 inches of snow. that's 2.3 inches above average.
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thanks to el nino, look at this, a tenth of an inch. nothing in washington. that means we have had more snow there than all places combined. why? we've got today through sunday storms moving along shore into the pacific northwest and much of california. rain fall amounts anywhere from one to three to four inches of rain through the pacific northwest. and the good news for them, a good snow pack. and we're already seeing the high clouds roll in ahead of that storm, expected to really become widespread by tomorrow morning. but this is a live look at san francisco. i tweeted out this photo because you're going to notice it's still chilly but the clouds are definitely showcasing themselves, a live look over downtown san jose, as we head
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into the afternoon, we are going to stay dry today. so we don't have to worry about the rain today. but the clouds will move in, we get rain overnight for the north bay, becoming widespread saturday with temperatures topping out in the 50s. >> that's your latest weather. >> thanks, al. coming up, alauria baldwin is here. and the big baby reveal from andrea canning. she is a busy mom of five girls that has people talking. plus, the story behind beyonce's and jay-z's secret visit to rockefeller center. and natalie morales with a and natalie morales with a look at sunday night's golden no matter how much you clean, does your house still smell stuffy? that's because your home is filled with soft surfaces that trap odors and release them back into the room. so, try febreze fabric refresher. febreze finds odors trapped in fabrics
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the #metoo and times up movement on the carpet last year. but this year, could be lighter. they're rolling out the red carpet. it's expected to look different from last year, when female stars and #metoo actactivists, showed up in black against the entertainment industry. >> the time is now and time's up. >> reporter: there's no organizations planned this year, but don't expect the exclusion of the topic. the hosts are andy sandberg and sandra oh. a year ago, everybody was in black and made a statement. will you talk about that? >> yes. the fact that i am going to be up on stage, something has changed. what i'm interested in is to find some joy.
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that's what andy and i are hear to offer. >> reporter: this year's music-driven films like "bohemian rhapsody" and "a star is born" are nominated for best motion picture drama. they join, "if beale street could talk" and "black panther." in the best picture of musical or comedy, look for "green book" and "the favorite" to duke it out. >> let's start. >> reporter: netflix could score big with 13 total globe nominations. they lead streaming competitors like hulu and amazon. lady gaga is a front-runner for best drama actress, ahead of glenn close in "the wife," nico nicole kidman and melissa mccarthy. john david washington and willem
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good morning. it is 7:55, and your temperatures are still cold in the 30s, but these are the views in san francisco. it's beautiful but we have an increase in cloud cover. here is another fantastic shot, this is a live look at downtown san jose, and we are going to notice that increase in cloud cover thanks to be aincoming system that is expected to impact our weekend plans with rain. 38 degrees in san jose, our temperature trend is the afternoon will climb into the 50s, so we're topping out into the upper 50s by 12:00, 56 degrees. only seeing that cloud cover really at the bay area so we're not expecting to see big changes in terms of dry conditions in the next hours but overnight into tomorrow, we're bringing in cloud cover, we have our very own storm ranger we're expecting the rain to move in overnight, becoming widespread tomorrow,
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along with windy conditions as we head in towards saturday. start bringing out the rain boots and umbrellas. >> fremont has had a good recovery, northbound 880 completely cleared at tesla, the earlier overnight investigation from the deadly crash continues. we're gathering details. eastbound 580 still jammed approaching east canyon road. the car fire an issue. jammed off of southbound 238. westbound 80, the east shore freeway moves better through richmond. the crash is cleared in gilman and the bay bridge is still clear. back to you. >> mike, thanks. i'm kira klapper. happening now, authorities are still looking for the driver responsible for that early morning hit-and-run on 808 that mike mentioned. it happened near the tesla factory. the chp has not identified the victim. as mike was saying, traffic was completely halted northbound for more than two hours. in the east bay, police are searching for this woman, they say she bit a jogger. that jogger tells us first the woman's dog started attacking her, when the jogger pulled out pepper spray. the woman responded with a bite
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it's 8:00 on today. coming up, when will it end? the shutdown showdown moving toward a third woke with house the democrats passing a bill to reopen the government but with no funding for the border wall the president vows to veto. >> take yes for an answer. open up government. >> we're live with the latest plus resolution revolution. fitness expert stops by studio 1 a with easy moves you can do anywhere any time to help get in shape this year. and boy, oh boy. >> it's a boy! after five girls. it's a boy. happy new year. >> nbc's own andrea canning made
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a big announcement that has a lot of people talking. she and her family join us live to share happy new today friday, january 4th, 2019. ♪ >> senior trip from pullman, alabama. >> mother daughter trip from iowa. >> the alonzo o twins from houston, texas. >> from pearson, florida. >> celebrating our 28th anniversary. >> hi to our family in texas. >> we are the green family. hi, papa! >> oh. morning, everybody. it's friday. how good does that sound. >> awesome. >> yes, nice to have you with us. it's the fourth of january. the rockefeller center christmas tree is still up. if you still have your tree up like i do, guilty don't feel bad. >> but has to be down by monday. the rule. >> lots to get to this morning.
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the 8:00 news congress put pressure on the president to make a deal to the end the government shutdown. nbc correspondent kristen wellinger has the latest. good morning. >> good morning to you, lawmakers are headed to the white house in just hours for another high-stakes meeting with president trump. the goal is to reopen the government but both sides are still very much dead locked. overnight democrats who officially took control of the house thursday passed legislation to reopen it but with no new funding for the border wall, mr. trump already vowing to voe veto it it comes as the first cracks begin to show in the republican party. kory gardner and susan collinsens on the president to compromise. the growing grid lock was really a jarring contrast to the celebrations on the house floor we all witnessed after a history-making day on capitol hill thursday. a number of firsts there. the new class becoming the most diverse in history with more than 100 women sworn into the house. that's a record. it was not without controversy.
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congresswoman rashida tal eastbound of michigan the first blasting the president overnight first co-authored an op he had writing the time for impeachment proceedings is now. later caught on camera using an spleftive to talk about the. >> we're going to impeach the [ bleep ] dsh. >> now we reached out to the congresswoman's office about that video of her talking about impeachment and so far no response. >> thank you, kristen. we want to mention something happening tonight high pressure house speaker nancy pelosi will join joy reid with a live audience a townhall event, watch it 10:00 p.m. eastern on msnbc. >> police have released a sketch of the gunman wanted in the fatal shooting of a 7-year-old houston girl. they hope this image lead them to the killer. the police say the girl was in the car with her mom and sisters monday morning when the man
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drove up and opened fire. officials released new surveillance video of a red pickup truck the suspect may have been driving. investigators though have not uncovered a motive but are looking for possible links in an unsolved shooting involving a white suspect and black victims. >> a florida woman trapped inside her flipped over water-filled car on new year's day now reunited with the rescuers. as a news conference. 23-year-old amanda hugged the deputies who pulled her to safety and got to meet the 911 dispatcher who kepd her calm talking on the phone throughout the ordeal. amanda says the dispatcher was the first angel she encountered that night. and she said that's who sent everyone to save her. >> awesome. we have a little morning boost would you like to see it. a chicago teen had been dreaming of getting into harvard for years. recently when he went online to see if he was accepted the thought of not getting in was
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the youngest won't be the baby for long. >> in 2019, i'm having a basebally. but will it be a boy or a girl? let's find out. it's a boy. after five girls. it's a boy. happy new year. >> reporter: very happy "dateline" fans poured out their support with congratulations from near and far. what a sweet way to kick off 2019. congrats. and our queen is having a prince. also, your little one will be so loved by all his sisters he won't know what to do. one commented in reference to andrea's age, i'm happy for you, but is it a good idea at 46? andrea's reply, sure is. the baby is due in late june. one couple that can offer some tips is this couple from michigan. they were on "today" to talk about the arrival of their 14th boy. 14 kids, all boys.
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>> we heltd od out a little hopr a girl. but she was a boy again. >> reporter: their advice, teach them well and have patience. >> it starts young, teaching manners, humility. spend as much time with them as you can. try to raise the perfect young man, knowing he's going to be somebody's husband someday. >> and have a sense of humor. >> right? >> reporter: some summer, a kingdom full of sugar and spice and everything nice will be welcoming a prince. andrea and tony are here along with their darling girls. tell us your names. >> anna. >> charley. >> kiki. >> georgia. >> georgia. >> elle. >> the gang's all here. >> where do we start? this is so exciting. andrea, you feel like my heart, i know we have a boy in this family. >> it was just like -- just eating away at us that we wanted a boy so badly.
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we always have. the window was closing. we're like, let's just do it. just try. let's just try. >> tony, you're sitting among a sea of girls, a sea of pink. when you heard the news that you were having a boy, what did that mean to you? >> i'm just happy that we are having our sixth child. i was more happy -- now, we have two foursomes for golf, right? eight people. >> yeah. you're thinking about the team, the match-ups right now. girls, are you ready for a baby brother? >> yes. >> you are? >> what are you excited about? >> i'm -- i'm -- >> there's going to be a boy in the family. >> there's going to be a boy. how is it going to be different with a boy? >> maybe not as many barbies? we'll have to get some trucks in there. >> we have five little helpers here. i think about you and i'm like,
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wow. you have five kids. you're going to have six. are you like, this is happening? this is so overwhelming. >> it starts to feed off itself. as they get older, they start to help the other ones. and it gets easier and easier. i remember pulling my hair out when they were little. it was so hard somedays. now, it's like, can you get this? can you get her a bottle? and they start to do things for each other. >> i find it fascinating that you do this big job at "dateline." i didn't know you had all these kids until we were at one of the macy's parades, like, who are these people? you have this family and you seem to do it -- i know it's not effortless. but you seem to have figured out a rhythm. how did you come to that? >> we have a rhythm. you haven't seen me when i am pulling my hair out. we have a great nanny. tony is the most hands-on dad. he's the dad that's doing everything at night. when i'm falling asleep, he's mr. energizer bunny. >> all that military experience.
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you're a former fighter pilot, right? >> yes. >> you could do the drill sergeant thing to get these kids into shape. >> that's what he does at night when i'm losing steam. the rhythm is important. things aren't perfect. nothing ever is. if you get into a routine, it is your life. and it works. >> when is this little one going to come? >> in june. >> will you come back so we can meet him. do you know the name? have you had a boy's name all these years? >> he's george anthony bancroft ii. so, george anthony bancroft iii. what will the nickname be? >> congratulations. >> thanks for getting up early. >> all-new "dateline nbc" tonight at 10:00, 9:00 central. we're going to send it to mr. roker. >> that's good. andrea had to have a boy just for that promo. worked out nicely. so, we're looking at all this snow finally ending in oklahoma.
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oklahoma city. they've had 4.5 inches of snow yesterday. that makes it is snowiest january since 2010. now, we shift into the southeast, as this storm system pushes. we have warm air, unseasonably warm. the calendar is going ahead. minneapolis, 41. that's a temperature you would see in mid-march. indianapolis, 46. that's where it normally would be in early march. new york city, today, we're going to get to 48 degrees. again, a mid-march reading. we go into saturday, mid-march, philadelphia, early march. and that heat continues into next week. cleveland, we're going to get to 50 degrees. 60 on monday in raleigh. tallahassee, 71 on tuesday. and dallas, you're at 71 degrees. the rest of the country, we have this flood risk in the southeast. this system comes up and into the mid-atlantic states and brings heavy rain in the northeast. that january warmth we were talking about. big storms coming into the pacific northwest. and we have winter storm watches
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up for a good portion of t that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> check out these skies over san jose. you can certainly see that increasing cloud cover. bundle up as you head out the door. it's still cold out there in san jose. 38 degrees. the wind speeds are light. but as we head into the afternoon, we're going to have a big change overnight. right now in santa rosa, 29 degrees. down through napa, 37. our day time highs will eventually climb into the 50s. here's a look at your temperature trend. mostly dry through today. >> that's your latest weather. guys? >> okay, al. carson is in the orange room, with something that singles want to know. >> look at this, we're in the orange room. if you think cupid is in the wings for valentine's day. the best day to meet your match is this coming sunday.
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50% to 85% of singles will logon to find love. the super bowl for singles is sunday. the surge may be with singles being lonely over the holidays. maybe it is part of the new year's resolutions, to meet someone in the new year. come sunday, who are you going to find on the apps. according to match.com, nearly half of americans, 18 and older, are single. one out of three relationships do start online. app usage among ages 18-24, has tripled in recent years. social media users are looking forward to sunday's big day. melissa saying, the lovely single friends, update that pro file, post a pic of that ski trip. and carson saying, i heard it preferred to the super bowl of dating, meaning 50% of us will go home sad. experts say, that's the glass half-empty. experts are saying you can improve your chances of meeting
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your match by logging on at night. that will help you. and reaching out with more than just a hi. >> don't just say hey. >> get in there. >> let's go for coffee. you have "pop start" for us? >> i do. kevin hart, we saw a sitdown with ellen, surrounding the controversy of the oscars and whether or not he's going to host it. that's not all he talked about. hart talked about how his family spent the holidays, which included a ski trip to aspen, colorado. it turns out that kevin is not the best skier. >> a ski fall is one of the most dangerous falls you can take. i fell one time. i am a gadget freak. i have the gopro hooked up to the helmet. one to my chest. and i have the ski poles and i'm going. i fall. i'm going. boom, boom, boom, boom. and you can look at it on your phone. when i lookeded a the footage from my fall, it was the most
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horrific thing i could see in my life. my face is this way, but one of my legs kept coming in and out of the frame. you can hear my son -- dad. dad. i'm trying to still be a father. slow down. you slow down. >> hart reassured everybody he was not injured from that fall. if you want to watch his interview with ellen, check local listings later today. justin timberlake. last year, the singer was traveling out over the world for his man in the woods tour. in december, doctors ordered him to be on rest for a month for a bruised vocal chord. that was going to postpone the 2018 shows. but yesterday, he announced he is coming back. >> first of all, happy new year. hope everybody had a great holiday. second of all, d.c., we're here. we're back. can't wait. y'all ready? >> let's go. >> let's go. first of all, happy new year. >> glad he's feeling better.
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it's on a loop there to get more j.t. it's been a while. that show is happening. he'll return to the stage tonight, as he mentioned, in d.c. beyonce and jay-z, 2018 was a big year for the power couple. not only did they release a joint album, but they made a video in the louvre museum in paris. it's believed that the video is the reason for the record-breaking visitors to the louvre. attracting 10.2 million people. that's 2 million more than the previous year. beyonce released a year-ender video herself. featuring quick highlights from the year. apparently the couple visited our rock center tree in disguise. our eagle-eyed researchers have slowed down the video, where you can see a shot of the tree, followed by beyonce and jay-z, bundled from head-to-toe. looks like they made that visit there at night, which would explain why they didn't swing by the studio. maybe next year. we'll get them. there you go. >> i like that.
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you got a click"? >> i do. i love this one. you might remember pizza rat? pizza rat has owned the title of being new york city's moascot, right? this went viral, the rat carrying the pizza down the subway stairs. that's new york city. most social media users know of pizza rat. now, there's a furry food lover challenging the title. >> who is it? >> i present to you egg roll squirrel. >> oh, my gosh. egg roll squirrel didn't go for some scraps. he brought up the whole thing into that tree. >> wow. >> rumor has it he ordered the egg roll and brought it up to that tree. >> seamless delivery. >> look at him chilling. nearly 1 million views. egg roll squirrel has found a place in internet fame. i don't know. >> i love it. >> pizza rat versus egg roll squirrel. >> how did he get it up there?
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>> he put it in his cheeks. >> he's egg roll squirrel. like a boss. that's how he did it. >> like a boss. >> marched it right up there. >> that's amazing. in five, short years, margot robbie, we know her. she had a couple of roles, "the wolf of walt," to tonya harding in "i, tanya." >> and is getting praise for her film "mary queen of scotts." willie geist sat down with her to chat about the movie and what it's like to be a powerful woman in hollywood in the wake of the times up movement. >> what have you produced? discord? war? >> when you first come out. >> doesn't she look great? >> she's lived some life. >> when somebody came to you with the idea of this iconic role, a role played by many of your acting heroes, through the
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years, what was your reaction to the idea? >> absolutely not. i can't play queen elizabeth i. i wasn't just being scared of trying to redo something that other people had done. i didn't think i had anything in common with her. i'm not classically trained. i don't know anything about the time period. i knew very little about that. i didn't know enough. >> what changed your mind? >> josie did. i don't want somebody to play a queen. i want someone to play a woman. okay. if you're sure that's what you want, i can give you that. i can deliver that. >> you will do well to watch your words. >> i will not be scold ld by my ininterior. >> your inferior? >> it will have been a year since you and 300 women signed the times up letter.
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you wore black that night. it was an emphasis. it's a milestone this year, a year later. do you think that hollywood has sat up and taken notice? >> they have. i'm promoting a women directed by a woman. >> i have just wrapped a women where most heads of department were female roles. female-led ensemble piece. and i'm in prep for a women with a second-time female director with a big budget behind it. getting people to put their money behind that, was two conversations. it's one thing for people to say, that's nice. another to say i will sign off on that conversation. >> nice to hear evidence of the evolution of what happened last year. >> i want to see that movie. >> me, too. >> you can see more of willie's conversation with margot robbie on "sunday today."
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traffic on northbound 880 in fremont is re-ope and good morning to you. 8:26. i'm marcus washington. traffic open northbound 880 in kn freemont is reopen. police say a man was hit while walking across the freeway right near the s at ts at the tesla f plant. other drivers also struck that man. video showing how badly that backup was for drivers. the accident was discovered around 4:00 a.m. as investigators got evidence, crews cleared the scene. chp says they're talking to one of the drivers who hit the man but they're still looking for the driver who made the initial impact. mike was been following this. what's the latest? >> it's completely clear, thank goodness.
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the investigation, though, continues. we're following that in the newsroom. a similar pedestrian -- well, not hit and run, similar p pedestrian crash. over here, we're looking over here towards eastbound 580. the car fire has cleared. we have a recovery from it. all the way to the castro valley area. other than that, a nice drive. a little slowing through oakland northbound past the coliseum. folks gathering up and slowing as you head over that high street high rise but it's not bad. no metering lights. back to you. >> we'll have another local news update in 30 minutes. ♪
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good morning, everybody. 8:30 on this beautiful friday morning. it is january the 4th, 2019. we are heading into the first weekend of the new year. by the way, we have an awesome crowd on our plaza. i have a "crowd moment." >> yes? >> i am looking for, where are rachel and elise? rachel and elise?
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oh. okay. hold on. rachel and elise are from arkansas. you've been fans of who's? >> carson daly. >> how long? >> since "trl." >> they came here. carson, by the way -- >> my gosh. >> oh, boy. >> that could not -- >> carson, they came here three years ago to see you. >> i don't know what to do with the other leg. i'm going to leave it here. where are you? get in here. i need halaria baldwin for that. the backstreet boys are touring. and justin is touring. >> we see justen in a few weeks. >> how is the new york trip? doing good? >> fabulous. >> did you go to times square? >> no. >> back in the day, though.
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we can relive it right now. let's just scream. three, two, one. basically, what it was. >> that's awesome. >> how is he going to get back? >> remarkably limber. >> he need s hilaria baldwin here. she is here to help us get in shape. easy exercises. we're going to keep the tease going so dylan and sheinelle can keep doing the tricep lifts. how is it feeling, girls? >> feel the burn. and allison roman, behind a cookie recipe that went viral in 2018. this morning, she will share her latest recipe for something a little healthier, taking the internet by storm once again. >> good. you have stuff coming up on the third hour? >> more of natalie's interview, with golden globe host andy sandberg and sandra oh. can i massage that for you?
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>> carson, you all right? >> i'm fine. >> never better. >> i need hilaria baldwin immediately. >> you have a check of the weather, al? >> let's show you what we got. take a look. rainy, breezy weather here in the northeast tomorrow. west coast storm bringing big snows in the sierra. and sunday, sunday, widespread warmth. we're looking for coastal rain in the pacific northwest and into northern california. and mountain snows, as we get into the rockies. that's what's going on around the co here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> here's a look at how your day is shaping out. we've got the 40s on the map. we woke up to some 30s. today's overall day time highs climbing into the 50s. you'll also notice in the icon it's not only going to be sunshine. we're already starting to see that cloud cover. this is all ahead of our very first winter storm of the year. expected to make its arrival
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overnight into early tomorrow morning. we can expect to see rain becoming wide spread with the windy conditions especially during the morning. >> that's your latest weather. everybody is excited about sunday. why sunday? it's not just "football night in america." it's playoff "football night in america." it's a big one. go to the graphics. yes. oh, they're not there. there's nothing there. i can tell you, the eagles flying into the bears. it's going to be big. it's going to be gruesome. it will be a bear versus an eagle on sunday night, "football night in america" starting at 4:00. be there. guys? >> ol', thank you al, thank you. we call it "resolution revolution." one goal that so many people make, get in shape. >> it is one of those goals.
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that's where hilaria build wial comes in. first, how she is using social media to help people reach their fitness goals. >> here's one thing that should change your day. >> reporter: hilaria baldwin is a woman on the go. author, yoga instructor, and mom to four kids under five with husband, alec baldwin. and while juggling a busy career with mommy duties, she finds time to stay active, sometimes with family in tow. >> are we strong yet? >> yeah. >> reporter: taking to her instagram page to give regular tips on everything from stretching -- >> arch the back. open up through the chest. >> little by little, every, single day, you'll be able to get lower and lower. >> reporter: that can be done anytime, anywhere, and almost in anything, proving it only takes a few minutes a day to work toward a healthier lifestyle.
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hilaria, welcome. you said just a few minutes a day. is that for real? >> yeah. before kids, i was able to go to gym for long periods of time. now, i can't. i do little minutes throughout the day. found moment workouts, i do on my instagram. all of it adds up. you feel good and it's great. >> we have three to show us, right? >> three exercises. three guinea pigs right here. the first one -- exactly. what's the first one? >> the first one, hips are a big deal. whether you are superactive like me or you sit all day, at a desk. working your hips in the morning is important. you have your hip flexors. it connects to your lower back. if you have lower back pain, this can be the reason why. >> what do you do? >> i'm in my heels. don't do it in your heels at home. my socks aren't very cute. if you lean forward, do you feel that? >> i went to the gym for the first time in a long time. i'm very sore. >> day four.
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we're already doing it. >> yes. >> you can hold it for about five seconds. you'll notice, you can play around. you can come out of it a little bit. if you tuck your pelvis under, you can get into your quad a little more. always make sure you do both sides. >> is this a strengthening thing or a stretching thing? >> it is a stretching thing but it's important to have the yin and theia iayang. you go for a run, you want to stretch it out. and play in the stretch a little bit. go a little forward, goes higher. if you go back. >> hoda and i are watching like we're watching tv. keep doing it. you're doing great. >> hilarihilaria, take us to ou young man. >> hello, young man. >> he looks like he's ready. we're going to be doing this one. >> excellent shape. this will be easy. >> we're working our butts. >> okay. >> this is how i work out my butt on a chair. you have something else in mind? >> you can do five of these. and then, you go around to the
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back. and then, you do five of these. >> a glut stretch. >> we're building our muscle. we're building our back. our butts. >> can you feel that? >> how many do you do? >> you should do three sets of ten. and you should also feel it into your hamstrings. >> i do. >> if you're at the office, you can be xeroxing. in the break room, making a cup of coffee. >> there's room. >> putting the doughnut down. yeah. subway. >> you don't realize how important the glut is to the totality of your strength of everything. >> this might year of the butt. >> maybe your butt. not mine. >> sheinelle? >> what am i doing? >> winding down, end of the day. focusing on your breath. how many of you guys at home hunched over? you're on a computer or me with my phone. >> me, too. >> picking up a kid. >> every night, we're going to do this.
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>> interlace the hands behind the head. tuck the chin, and hail out. and then, arch the back, look upward. >> mood lighting. >> i know. so glamorous. tuck and press out. and inhale up. and then, exhale. >> this is our -- guys, you can do it. no. it's okay. we're good. >> thank you. >> thanks, guys. >> very good. >> all right. >> thank you. >> now that we're exercising -- >> cue the pizza. we need to eat right, ahead. just ahead, a recipe for a crowd-pleasing stew. it will fit into your resolutions. how about that? this is "today" on
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we're back with "today food." these are chocolate chunk
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shortbread cookies from allison roman. they went viral last year. we made them and loved them. this was back in april. now, she's got a new recipe that's taken over instagram. this is chickpea stew. thousands of people have been making this at home and posting their versions online, using #thestew. and the craze, adding another viral recipe to allison's resume. we're excited she's here. >> allison, what is it? people post recipes all the time and they don't go viral. you've had two so far. what is it about the stew that did that? >> i don't know. somebody posted it for the first time and called it #thestew. i can't take credit for that. as a joke, i promoted other people that would post it. and it snowballed. >> is it a stew? or is it a soup? there's some debate going on. >> you tell me. i feel like it's thick. >> it's stewy. >> what do we do? >> we're going to saute onions,
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garlic, ginger. because it's a stew, you don't have to get anything too perfect. you're going to cook that down until it's nice and soft. add your spices like turmeric and chili. >> spices seem to really pack a punch. i love it. >> yeah. i like my food really spicey. to me, this is -- you can add as much or as little as you want. if you're having it at my house, it's spi ee's spicy. salt and pepper. this is the most important thing where people get excited about it. once this is soft, you add your chickpeas. this is two cans. they are rinsed and drained. >> you have to dry them off? >> i don't dry them off. >> can you get chickpeas crispy? >> and there's debate about people wondering if they're crispy enough. some people put them in the obvious. i go with a frizzled frazzled chickpea. >> why don't you name it
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frazzled chickpea stew. >> it's hard to get the hash tag to go viral. >> you're really looking to brown and get the skin of the chickpea crispy. once it gets to that stage, you take some out. that's for the top. and you're going to crush them. that makes the stew so creamy and makes it a stew and not a soup. >> you crush them around. >> there's no real technique to say. >> it's not a lot of butter and cream. >> here comes the cream. >> no. it's coconut milk. it's vegan. that's a lot of coconut milk. it's two cans. if you skimp on the cans of coconut milk -- >> that's just broth. you can use chicken broth, vegetable broth. >> is this full fat -- >> full fat coconut milk.
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>> that's fine. >> is it on the mid traediterra diet? >> it's on the chickpea diet. >> i'm going to put some chips, like a dip, too. >> from there, you add greens. you can use kale, swiss chard, greens, whatever you want. >> how long do you keep the greens in there? >> 30 seconds. just to wilt. >> is that sour cream or yogurt? >> that's yogurt. and yourispy chickpeas on top. i like mint and yogurt and turmeric is great together. >> would it be vie gegan if you bacon on it? >> no. but you can omit the yogurt. it's like comfort food but
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vegan. i'm not a vegan. >> that's acceptable. >> this is managsomething you w eat at a restaurant and say, i could never eat that. and only two spices. the turmeric and the chili flake. >> and you don't need insta pot. >> you sure don't. >> if you want to make this recipe and join the craze, go to today.
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welcome back. this is normally the time we love to celebrate the folks on 2 snu the smucker's jar. do you mind because we have somebody to celebrate this morning. >> it is our senior stage manager's last day with us before he heads into retirement. >> our buddy has been part of the "today" family for 35 1/2
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years. he started here at nbc as a page before joining our team in 1983. in case you're wondering, mark, we did some math. that's 9,230 early-morning wake-up calls. >> who is counting? you get to hear mark. that's the guy with the infectious laugh that we all know and love. >> we're not the only ones that are going to miss that laugh. mark, some familiar faces, i think you will recognize, want to wish you best of luck. hi, mark. i don't know what we're going to do without you. we're going to look at the wrong camera, talk at the wrong time and laugh a lot less. >> when i think of mark, the first thing that comes to mind is that laugh. >> real actors. >> the reason -- and here's why. >> who is the guy behind the laugh? the guy behind the laugh is
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mark. and he makes us all feel funnier than we are. >> the other thing, i'm not going to be anywhere nearly as funny as i seem to be without your laugh. >> this is my information source. this is my google. >> oh, my goodness. 35 1/2 years. i cannot believe it. i'm just grateful that i was there for 15 of them. i cannot imagine the "today" show without you. >> i don't know what i'm going to do when i come to the "today" show and there's no one there to tell me where to sit and what to say. you've been doing that all these years. >> the friendships you made and the respect you earned. i'm thrilled for you, my friend. >> when i started at "today" i was a nervous wreck. you made me feel so comfortable that it made the "today" show feel like home. >> mark, are you sure you want
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to sleep in after all these years? isn't sleep overrated? >> it won't be the same without your laughter and positivity. we'll miss you so much. >> mark, if you decide to pull a michael jordan and make a comeback, i know a singing competition that could use you. >> happy retirement, mikey. >> mark. i look forward to seeing you at some of our eateries in town. dude, you earned this. >> mark, i hope that on the very first day when you open your eyes the next morning, you realize, oh, my god, it's not dark out. that's going to be the most awesome beginning. but know this, know that at 30 rockefeller plaza, there is an entire show of people who will be missing you. >> we love you, mark. >> thank you. >> how do you feel? >> yes. >> i feel very nervous. this has been the only place i've known as home for two-thirds of my life.
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i said earlier today -- i walked into that building when i was five years old for the first time. and i said, that's where i want to be. that's where i want to work. and my life's dream came true when i was 21 years old. it's just been amazing to have the opportunity to be part of something that is so vital to this country, as this show is. >> how does lisa feel about this? >> i think she is excited. i'm sorry she's not here today because she's taking care of our dog who had some surgery. but it's -- i really -- i love her and i'm so happy that we've been together for all these years. >> i wish folks at home could see all of the people that are surrounded behind the cameras here. you are so much a part of the heart and soul of this place. i think every, single one of us has a story about how you made us feel like we were okay and we
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belonged. we could be here. that's huge. i don't know what we're going to do without you. he knows everything about everything. >> and we couldn't let you leave without a proper good-bye. so, we bring out the cake. >> thank you, sheinelle. >> and a gift. >> oh. let's stand up. and this is our photographer, nate, took this really cool picture of you, mark, in your element. >> thank you so much. >> you will be very missed. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> what are you going to do? that's the question. >> i'm going to learn how to sleep. fix something that's broken for several years. i will watch you guys every day. >> you know the way home. anytime. >> can you smell that cake? >> schaure. >> we don't know how much time
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we have left. >> 15 seconds. >> you can throw us to break. >> we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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okay. yep. loving up on mark. we're going to miss you. look at all of the people who came here in the studio. >> thank you, guys. we love you so i )m - -... the stage is nearly set in good morning. 8:56. i'm marcus washington. the stage is nearly set in santa clara. that's where work crews last night put the finishing touches on the building for monday's college football championship game between alabama and clemson. nbc bay area sky ranger was overhead as crews painted the field. santa clara and san jose are
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rolling out the red carpets for big crowd. sprucing up the roadways and in some cases getting traffic controls ready. the build-up really kicks in later today with the opening of playoff fan central at san jose's center. happening now, we're speaking with bowl organizers and fans. he'll have a live report in our midday news cast. on our homepage, details on the three-day music festival tied to the game happening at discovery meadow park. also at noon, the latest on the search for a woman. authorities say a jogger on the east bay trail. that jogger tell us first the woman's dogs attacked her, then she pulled out her pepper spray and said the dog owner responded with a bite on her arm. go to our homepage for more. and stocks are spiking after huge jobs numbers. on our twitter feed, the full story. bay area.
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kari is tracking how long you )l need your umbrella. plus: car repair disputes following fender benders. the free inspection that will help you find out whether your repair work is done properly. join us monday morning from 4:30 to 7.
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live, from studio 6a, this is "today." >> good morning, everyone. welcome. i'm dylan, here with sheinelle, al, and -- >> he won't be joining us. he's not used to making the trip from 1a to here. >> you mastered it. you left two minutes before. >> it is part of the routine. >> it is part of the routine. what's your morning routine like? >> that's a question. >> do you have a routine? >> i don't drink coffee. i wish i did. that could get me going. >> that's part of your routine. >> a

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