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to help hack into the phone of one of the san bernardino shooters. why he says everyone needs to take a deep breath. senior moment. a 106-year-old woman fulfills a lifelong dream, visiting the president and first lady. >> i thought i'd never get into the white house. >> still dancing at 106. >> meet, greet and dance that has the internet on fire today, monday, february 22nd, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to "today." wow, it is a monday, isn't it? >> do i make you nervous, savannah. >> i'm getting used to you. matt is off this morning. you were in south carolina all weekend. >> donald trump with a ten point
double digit win in new hampshire. the question now, can he be stopped in the republican primary? >> not surprisingly, the presidential race is our top story. donald trump and hillary clinton making their cases as the clear leaders in their races. >> as we said, trump picking up his second straight victory saturday. a decisive win in south carolina. marco rubio edged out ted cruz for second place. clinton bouncing back from her defeat in new hampshire to senator bernie sanders in nevada. >> the democratic primary in south carolina is on saturday. we're just eight days from super tuesday contest in 12 states. that could cement the race on both sides. we have complete coverage at this key moment in the campaign. beginning with nbc's hallie jackson in las vegas. good morning. >> good morning. this morning, the center of attention in this race has shifted here to nevada, where donald trump will hold a couple
history on his side right now. no republican has won new hampshire and south carolina and lost the nomination. trump has the momentum. his closest competitors and the down. >> reporter: on his victory lap in atlanta -- >> oh, that's so much better. >> reporter: -- donald trump didn't mind the dark. >> get the lights off. turn off the lights! turn off the lights! >> reporter: demanding the lights stay off after the protester pulled the plug. trump fresh off his lights-out win in south carolina. >> such a beautiful victory. such a conclusive victory. >> reporter: trump looking ahead to another first place finish tomorrow in nevada, perhaps unstoppable now. though his rivals are trying to. >> if you believe we need a strong contrast with the democrats, then we welcome you aboard our team. >> reporter: but cruz's
in south carolina may mean more pressure to perform in the super tuesday primary. cruz hoping for a two-man race but marco rubio makes three. >> rubio! >> reporter: pulling in his biggest crowd yet in tennessee, facing a new line of attacks from trump, who is refusing to rule out questions about rubio's eligibility for the white house. the florida senator, born in the united states, his parents born in cuba. >> i'm going to spend zero time on his interpretation of the constitution with regards to eligibility. >> reporter: key to rubio's strategy, staying in the race long enough to bring together the establishment wing. >> we're still going to have our primary. it's a longsmaller field this morning than it was. >> reporter: the end of the road for jeb bush. the end of the line for now for his family's presidential political dynasty. >> tonight, i am suspending my campaign. yeah, yeah. thank you. >> reporter: after that
for his supporters and his donors. and new this morning, the rnc launching a fresh attack ad aimed at hillary clinton for her performance in south carolina in 2008. >> the clintons and the african-americans in this country might be irreparable. >> the rnc looking at the general election as the head of the party reiterates the promise to back whoever the nominee is. cruz and rubio fighting it out, trying to prove it won't be trump. expect to see over the next few days more endorsements come out, with rubio knocking down reports that mitt romney will back him soon. guys? >> hallie jackson, thank you. as we mentioned, south carolina is the next battleground on the democratic side, where hillary clinton hopes to build on her big win over sanders in nevada. kristen welker is following those campaigns. >> good morning. hillary clinton is focused on fund raising in the los angeles area.
are reenergized after heroin win in nevada. >> reporter: clinton had a big win in nevada over the weekend. >> some may have doubted us but we never doubted each other. >> reporter: carried to victory by union workers and african-americans bho ss who turned out in force. 76% of blacks in nevada choosing her. >> this one is for you. >> reporter: clinton posting this photo to instagram, savoring the victory with her husband. trying to gain ground with minorities, sanders courted african-americans at a baptist church in south carolina sunday. later, urged his supporters to fight on. >> south carolina has the opportunity to make american history, and i hope you will. >> reporter: while sanders won 72% of young voters in nevada and had a strong showing among
questions about his ability to win more diverse areas, like many of the super tuesday states. sanders stressing, it's all about turnout. >> the voter turnout is not as high as i wanted. i said over and over again, we'll do well when young people, working class people come out. >> reporter: both candidates looking forward. clinton commanding a double digit lead in south carolina, swing. >> i want to ask if you plan on voting for hillary clinton. >> reporter: aides close to chances in south carolina. sanders is sharpening his focus in places he feels confident, like colorado, massachusetts and sunday night, both campaigns took aim at the republican front runner. >> we don't need to make america great again. it never stopped being great. whole again. >> you want a candidate who is going to defeat donald trump.
>> this morning, the clinton campaign is disputeing that sanders won the latino vote, as polls suggest. arguing that clinton trounced latino. the sanders campaign is calling it spin. this underscores the importance of the latino vote, as super tuesday approaches and as this race heats up. willie and savannah? >> kristen welker looking at the democratic side. thanks. let's get analysis. nicolle wallace served as an adviser to the mccain-palin campaign, and mark is the managing editor of bloomberg politics. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> nicolle, the question, is donald trump unstoppable? he seems to have the momentum and has two big wins under his belt. >> flip it the other way around. can ted cruz or marco rubio win? i think it's a harder question to answer. it would be defying decades of political history to seize the
case, after coming in third, fifth and second, and ted cruz's case, he hasn't won since iowa. it is possible. in my view, it is increasingly unlikely. >> mark, the argument from a lot of republicans is, if you get donald trump in a one on one fight, it's the way to beat him. i guess the question for me is, which of the candidates, whether marco rubio, ted cruz or john kasich, gives up the fight at this point, given how well they've been doing in the second place slot? >> none of them give it up. all of them think that somehow, trump can be eventually stopped when it's one on one. you've got the contest here tomorrow, and then super tuesday a week from tomorrow. i think it's increasingly -- as nicolle said -- increasingly hard to come up with a scenario where any of the three can stop him, unless they get one on one. republicans are talking about unorthodox supporters. maybe try to simply stop trump from getting a majority of the delegates.
point, not just unlikely, but may be improbable, unless something changes. we need to kav yachtcaveat it. maybe trump are will falter or something strange will happen. if you look at political history, trump is in a commanding position. >> mark, does the calendar favor him, the states coming up next and the fact they turn to winner takes ss all in a little while? >> winner take off is a way that could hurt trump. say in ohio or florida, home state politician could win a winner take off state and get momentum. trump, both demographically and geographically, doesn't have weaknesses. a guy that can win new hampshire decisively and south carolina decisively tells you a lot of what you need to know. he'll probably win here tomorrow. a northeastern, southern and western powerhouse. it's up to the others candidates to decide, do they all stay in, and how do they explain how they eventually stop him? the voters need to decide this.
trajectory, trump is strong. >> let's hop over to the democratic side. the clinton campaign said they were relieved they won nevada. a lot of people were looking at how it was going to spin and the story changed because of the result. she did well with african-american voters. that'll be important in south carolina this saturday. what's the path forward for sanders? >> i think she made it difficult to imagine a scenario where bernie sanders overtakes her. she's become almost trump-like on the democratic side. the democratic process makes it harder for an upset candidate like bernie sanders. this was a decisive victory for her. she goes to represent much more favorable terrain for her and her message. >> saturday ends up being quite important in this race. good to have you both. thank you so much. >> thanks, guys. also this morning, disturbing new information emerging about the uber driver suspected of killing six people during a weekend shooting ram pain in kalamazoo, michigan. blake mccoy has more on the
>> good morning from kalamazoo. this is where that driver is expected to be charged later today in the deaths of two people and the injury of two others in the shooting spree. investigators say they have a gun. they have surveillance video. they are sure he did it. they still don't know why. >> reporter: this is the man police say went on a rampage in kalamazoo. 45-year-old jason dalton. a husband and father of two, allegedly shooting his victims at random. >> they weren't targeted for any reason other than they were there to be a target. >> reporter: dalton is an uber driver, and police are looking into reports he picked up and dropped off fares in the six hours between the first shooting and when he was caught. one of the passengers spoke with nbc news by telephone. >> i kind of jokingly said to the driver, "you're not the shooter, are you?" he shook his head or said no.
say the news. were in. >> reporter: sububer says they're horrified and heartbroken. they did a background check and dalton did not have a political record. separate shootings. the locations, apartment complex, a car dealership and the parking lot of a crackerbarrel restaurant. among the dead, four women returning from a play. they had car pooled to save money and were swapping cars when the shots ss rang out. also dead, a father and teenage son who were shopping for a new car. >> you see the stuff on the news all the time. you don't think about it because it doesn't affect you. then this hits not just your community but your friends. >> reporter: loved ones fighting back tears during a sunday night vigil and struggling to make sense of such random violence. >> two survivors are in the hospital. a mother of three shot multiple
and a 14-year-old girl who was pronounced for more than an hour yesterday, doctors were ss ss were preparing her body for organ donation when she was able to squeeze her mother's hand. doctors realized she was still alive and rushed her into surgery. >> just awful, awful story. you never wrap your head around why that could happen. blake, thank you. for the first time, the director of the fbi is personally weighing in on his agency's fight with apple over unlocking a phone used by one of the san bernardino shooters. pete williams has more on this. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. the fbi director james comey says the investigation of what happened in san bernardino cannot be complete or thorough without getting a look at the phone. in the post overnight on a national security blog, he says, we can't look the survivors in the eye or ourselves in the mirror if we don't follow this lead. the lead is a phone that was owned by syed farook's employer,
found in his mother's car. agents need apple's help to unlock it. apple is resisting, saying the company, if it does what the fbi wants, it would have to create software. if that software gets in the wrong hands, it could jeopardize the world. comey writes on his blog, we don't want to break anyone's encryption or set a master key loose on the land. the fbi says there may not be anything of value on that phone, since farook deployed other phones but not that one, and it was owned by the county. tim cook, apple ceo, said this case is about much more than a single phone or a single investigation. he says what's at stake is the data security of hundreds of thousands of law-abiding people, and sets a precedent that threatens everyone's civil liberties. >> stakes high on all sides.
a powerful cyclone tore through fiji. authorities are getting a scale of the disaster and to deploy aid to the islands. 6,000 residents were staying in emergency shelters after their homes were destroyed or swamped. winds from the cyclone winston reached 180 miles per hour, making it the strongest storm in the southern hemisphere since record-keeping began. at home, dozens of passengers managed to escape minutes before a megabus explode exploded into flames. the bus pulled over outside of chicago on sunday afternoon after people on board heard a big pop. the driver got all the passengers off the bus. moments later, the entire bus erupted with flames and thick, black smoke. nobody was injured. the cause of the fire is under investigation. now to the incredible finish at the daytona 500. take a look. >> here they come to the line. this is the finish to the daytona 500. bouncing off each other.
>> i think it was hamlin. >> after 500 miles, it came down to that. >> wow. >> they had to review a photo finish, determining that danny hamlin edged out martin truex jr. by 0.01. it's the closest finish of that race. ham in second grade, hamlin wrote a letter to himself, wishing for his daytona 500 victory. i'm sure he described it just like that. >> let it be a photo finish, extra exciting. al, houz itw is it going? >> like lightning mcqueen. >> yeah. we have rain in the southeast but watching another storm out of texas and on into the southeast. later tomorrow, it'll move over the south. severe storms with possible tornadoes tomorrow. into wednesday, a traction in the midwest with severe weather ahead of it, snow behind it. rain for the east.
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that's your latest weather. savannah? >> al, thanks. new developments in the bill cosby sexual assault scandal. his wife set to answer questions under oath this morning. the wife of el chapo speaks out for the first time in an exclusive interview. what she's revealing about their marriage and her husband's interview with sean penn.
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back to work for most of us. we're happy the people are out on the plaza. >> let's look at the stories making headlines. the republican presidential race heads west for tomorrow's nevada caucuses. donald trump is sounding more confident than ever after saturday's win big in south carolina. >> we won with everything. tall people, short people, fat people, skinny people, just won. >> hillary clinton took nevada's weekend. south carolina on saturday. the suspected gunman in an hour's long rampage that left six people dead in kalamazoo, michigan, is being arraigned today. 45-year-old jason dalton was an uber driver. police are looking into reports that he picked up fares during his alleged shooting spree. one of the passengers spoke to nbc. >> kind of jokingly said to the driver, "you're not the shooter, are you?"
>> investigators say dalton had no criminal record and no apparent connection to the victims. the united states supreme court meets today for the first time since the death of justice antonin scalia. his chair is draped in black and will remain in its place on the bench until next month. bill cosby's wife answering questions under oath today in a defamation lawsuit tied to her husband's sex assault scandal. this after her lawyer spent the weekend trying to postpone the deposition. stephanie gosk is on the story this morning. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. the deposition is happening here at this marriott. late last night, a judge denied cosby's motion to delay. cosby's lawyers said this place was too public and it was chosen by the other side to, in their words, harass and embarrass camille cosby. >> reporter: for more than 50 years of marriage, she avoided the limelight, even as her husband's fame soared.
been fighting to keep camille from being dragged into the comedian's public legal battles. sunday night, a massachusetts federal judge denied cosby's emergency motion to delay her deposition. camille, who worked for years as her husband's business manager, will now testify in a civil suit brought by seven women who allege they were sexually assaulted by bill cosby and claim his denials are defamation. cosby's team filed this motion late saturday, arguing camille was being forced to testify at a public and unsecured venue, creating an unnecessary media circus and personal security threat. in the end, a judge ruled it should go forward. the couple is rarely seen together in public these days. one of their last appearances was over a year ago. >> thank you. >> reporter: camille sat by her husband's side at the interview turned to mounting allegations. >> i just wanted to ask if you wanted to respond at all about whether any of that was true.
>> reporter: now, cosby faces a criminal trial in pennsylvania, with multiple charges of sexual abuse, involving former temple employee, andrea constand. in total, 12 alleged victims filed multiple lawsuits. cosby's response was to sue eight of them, including constand. cosby's lawyers have repeatedly denied allegations of any wrongdoing. they've fought back at every stage. >> there could still be a fight. a judge says camille doesn't need to answer every question. private conversations between a husband and wife are protected by law. business conversations are not. where they draw the line could get very contentious. >> stephanie gosk with a good preview. thank you. let's bring in ari. good morning. i think stephanie laid it out nicely. a lot of people are familiar with the privilege, marital communications, that you don't
still being forced to testify. explain why. >> a big part of that, as mentioned, she was the business manager. i spoke to joe, the lawyer who is going to do her deposition today, and said she may know things not because she discussed them with bill cosby but it was part of her work. for example, payments made, business relationships with people. they argue it may show the illicit conduct that's at issue in the case. >> what kind of questions will she be expected to ask today? >> did you oversee payments to anyone? were you aware of the allegations? did you have contact with any of these women or their lawyers through the years? >> this is coming out of a civil suit, a defamation suit filed by the alleged victims. there is a separate criminal investigation going on right now. could what is said in these depositions by camille cosby, could that evidence be used in >> yes. you raise an important point, savannah, which is, a lot of people questioned why over all
accusers, no action was taken by prosecutors. one of the things many prosecutors said is, we don't have enough evidence off just one accusation. this new criminal case with bill cosby being indicted and citing not only for he has reputation but his freedom, one of the key pieces of evidence came out the cases, where he admitted he obtained the quaaludes for the use of women. today, we have his wife in a new deposition. everyone on both sides of the case wondering if she'll say anything that will affect the criminal charge. >> could be consequential. thank you very much. >> thanks. good to see you. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> let's show you what we have going on. had this system that's pushing its way through the rockies. going to bring light snow for the region. night snow into the texas panhandle on into tomorrow. by the afternoon. we are looking snowfall amounts, anywhere from 4 to 6 inches. amarillo could see 2 to 4 inches of snow before it's all over.
strong storms in southern texas. wet weather from the southeastern atlantic coast. sunny in the northeast. not as warm as the weekend but still nice. out west, another warm day in los angeles. sunny skies and 84 degrees. that's w >> that's your latest weather. willie? >> al, thanks very much. coming up, this 106-year-old woman's priceless reaction to meeting the president and the first lady.
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they're playing your song, willie. carson, we're seeing the "friends" reunion. >> that's right. it happened, everybody. the beloved cast came together for an nbc special honoring legendary tv director james burrows. it turned out, all of the friends were involved after all. >> courteney cox, david schwimmer, matt leblanc and jennifer aniston. >> reporter: he introduced his friends on stage. the cast came together to honor the director, james burrows. >> he gave us the opportunity of a lifetime and probably the best ten years of our acting careers. >> reporter: it was the first time the old friends got together since the end of the series nearly 12 years ago. they talked about the early years and the start of real friendships between them. >> we really fell in love and adored each other instantly, and
houses and watch the show together. >> reporter: they recalled how burrows turned funny moments into classic scenes. >> one of my favorites was the blackout episode. i love it, with the cat on your back. >> keep going with the cat on my back. he said, keep doing it. keep doing it. so i yelled, cut, and he never did it. >> it went on a long time. >> i remember the episode where the boys went to a ranger game and ross was hit in the face with a puck. we're sitting in the emergency room, and joey, of course, has the puck. he somehow got it. schwimmer has the bandage on his face. >> i always loved the flashbacks. >> oh, dad. turn it off. >> to fat monica and the pre-nose job. and ross with his afro.
>> we would do anything for jim bower burrows. he taught us everything we know about comedy, timing, support, collaboration, you know. >> he's our papa. >> as you can imagine, many people online thrilled to see this highly-anticipated "friends" reunion. beth says, can't stop smiling watching this "friends" reunion. it's what dreams are made of. taylor adding, my excitement is through the roof. all the other james burrows shows were honored last night. "cheers." you have "taxi." "will and grace." finally, jul serkses writing, decades and decades of talent. thank you for the laughs across the generations. cast of "friends" got back together and people online loved it. >> not just "friends" but all the other great shows. >> goes back to mary tyler moore. 40 years, incredible. >> carson, thank you. coming up, the surprising
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popular antianxiety medications skyrockets. why doctors say this epidemic is only getting worse. lions, tigers and panda bears, oh, my! >> mr. woo, breakfast time. >> al gets wild when he gets the chance to be an
intern at the world famous san diego zoo. >> how do you think you did today? her best friend's wedding. taylor swift shows off her wedding party style and reveals why she was the happiest maid of honor ever. today, monday, february 22nd, 2016. when we go crashing >> hi, mom, from long beach, california! >> i want to give a shoutout to my boys in wilmington. mom loves you! >> good morning, portland, maine. we're having a baby boy. >> celebrating our birthdays from vancouver, washington.
>> we love you, wrangler! good morning, everybody. it's monday morning, february 22nd, 2016. great, great crowd out on our plaza. bright, shining faces, happy to see them. nice morning. little chilly but nice. >> it is a little chilly. >> crisp morning. >> we're also in week two now of savannah's boot situation. >> yes. >> how is it going? >> it's fine. sprained ankle. better to have broken it. >> why? >> ridiculous. >> that's what everyone says. >> who says that? >> everyone. >> anybody who hasn't broken one. that's crazy. >> since we're sensitive to you, we have you running inside in two minutes to do another segment. >> you might want to go now. coming up, the men of "today." she clean we cleaned out our closets and of it. a lot of it is nice. is that matt's? >> yeah.
it's for a great cause. >> matt opened his closet, like skinny jeans galore. >> mom jeans. top stories, sheinelle is in for natalie. >> the race for president is picking up speed this morning with the next round of voting one day away. andrea mitchell is in washington with a look at how the candidates are fine tuning their strategies. andrea, good morning. >> good morning, sheinelle. with republicans voting in nevada tomorrow and both parties gearing up for super tuesday next week, the 2016 election is at a turning point, with both hillary clinton and donald trump now solidifying their front runner status. >> reporter: nearly a week before super tuesday, the presidential race on both sides is starting to take shape. for republicans, it appears to be a three-man race. >> i love to win. don't we love to win? >> reporter: with donald trump out in front. senators marco rubio and ted cruz fighting to overtake him. today, rubio will earn the
congressional delegation in his home state. >> i should have worn my high heel boots i had on that one time. i can't see back there. >> reporter: he drew his biggest crowd yet in tennessee. while ted cruz spent the day in caucuses. a cruz or rubio victory tomorrow night may not be enough. no candidate has ever failed to get the republican nomination after winning both new hampshire and south carolina, as trump >> hillary! >> reporter: on the democratic side, the clinton campaign is breathing a huge sigh of relief after slowing the sanders surge in nevada. sanders lost this weekend, highlighting one major problem, his difficulty in connecting with black voters. critical now that the campaign is moving to more diverse states. on sunday, sanders traveled to a south carolina baptist church, meeting with a predominantly
many of his lines received cheers in iowa and new hampshire but fell flat. aides acknowledge they have little chance in south carolina and are looking toward super tuesday next week. clinton looking for a decisive south carolina victory, where this morning she leads sanders, 60% to 3 the2%. the dra >> the drama on the republican side is all about trump. can anyone slow him down? if his rivals stay in the race and continue to divide the opposition. sheinelle? >> andrea, thank you. the suspect in saturday night's shooting rampage in kalamazoo, michigan, is facing a judge today. 45-year-old jason dalton is accused of killing four women, along with a father and his teenage son. two other people were wounded. police say the uber driver apparently targeted his victims randomly, and they are looking into reports that dalton may have picked up and dropped off uber customers in the six hours between the first shooting and his arrest early sunday. the head of apple said this
drop its demand for help in hacking a phone used by the san bernardino terrorist shooter. tim cook said obeying the judge's order to assist the fbi would be unlawful and set a dangerous precedent. on sunday night, fbi director comey defended his demand. saying he owes it to the victims to pursue the phone lead. it's not often actor and professional wrestler john cena gets the brush it. it happens before sunday's daytona 500. this fox sports reporter didn't notice cena. little tweeted, quote, how can i miss john cena? i turned and never saw him coming. he doesn't mind. what's wrong with a ponytail to the face? >> exactly. sheinelle, thank you so much. now to alarming new findings tied to the nation's drug epidemic. university of pennsylvania,
increase in overdose deaths related to prescription drugs used to create anxiety to insomnia insomnia. dr. natalie azar is a news medical editor. good morning. >> good morning. >> this is a class of drugs. what are the names that people will recognize? >> these drugs, the ones people will know, are valium, xanax, klonopin, librium, in the middle of the 20th century. these are used to treat insomnia, mood disorders. we'll talk about some of the specifics. >> okay. anxiety. insomnia, i hadn't used these drugs used for that. >> where this data comes from actually, from 2013, when the study period ended. three most common indications that these drugs were prescribed for her anxiety, mood disorders and insomnia. they're also used to treat other things. they can be used as muscle relaxants, used to treat alcohol
these are the common reasons for the drugs. >> let's get to the heart of the matter. you overuse, overdose, and use with other things like alcohol. >> exactly. basically, what the study found, what the study authors found, is over an 18-year period, from 1996 to 2013, the number of adults who filled these prescriptionscrine ss increased by 67%. more concerning with this statistic, the number of deaths increased almost four fold. the number of prescriptions were increasing three times as much, but the number of deaths increased by four times, or more than four fold. >> is it because they're mixing these -- the benzos, as they're called, with prescription drugs? >> right. >> there's no immediate explanation for this. what the study authors suggested is it's not only a combination of using these drugs with other substances, such as opioids and
combination, marginalizing the safety of the drugs. not only the fact that the prescriptions increased but the quantity almost doubled. each individual person might actually be using twice as much as they should be. or using it for a longer duration. all of which increases the risk for overdose. >> one of the take aways when i was reading about this seems to be to providers, to maybe not be so liberal in prescribing these if there is something else that might work as effectively. >> exactly. the issue is, why are we prescribing these drugs as providers? is there a safety net? place? is it up to the pharmacist to look for a drug interaction? honestly, the onuswnnus is on all of us as a community to prevent the unfortunate deaths. alarming numbers. >> thank you so much, dr. azar. the woman who waited 106 years to visit the white house and her reaction. even better than you might expect. we're going to hear from her. plus, the plans being made to celebrate the 30th
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heal their skin. back now at 8:12 with what's trending today. >> we all know what it's like to send an e-mail or text. nobody writes back. >> sure. >> a company called boomerang analyzed are 5 million messages and came up with a test that's supposed to show the best way to get a response. here are three ways of spending a request. number one, hey, i was thinking about you earlier. do you want to get pizza? number two, hey, i definitely like to get together next week. do you want to get pizza?
absolutely wonderful to see you. do you want to get pizza? i'm so excited. >> definitely not three. >> number two. i don't respond to a lot of e-mails that are nebulous. if it's a plan and it has like an action plan, i'm in. >> number two, i believe, was the right one. that's exactly why. number one was too neutral and nebulous, as you say. number two was, let's do it next week. they already picked the cuisine. the third was too over the top. >> right. number three is needy. pump the brakes a little. >> i'm so excited to see you! >> exclamation point abuse. that's me all the way. >> let's rewind. the cassette tape is making a comeback. >> yay. >> for all you millenials, cassette tapes are small rectangular blocks that hold music inside on a tape, on a piece of tape. they were very popular with people like us. then the cd came along. then the music stopped until now.
up right now. >> for real? >> yeah. business so good, the music industry is looking for ways to track sales again, which was like back in the '90s. >> got the pencil. >> it gets stuck. >> for some reason, i feel like i want them to come back. i have mixed tapes from the radio. i don't want to let them go. >> well, you might have to get a vintage cassette deck. if it's popular enough, they might make them again. >> have you looked at your dad's dad's? >> did you ever keep a blank tape in your boom box? >> yeah. that's how you make a mix. >> you make a mix for a girl you like. you have the mix tape, all the meanings of the songs. >> you can make one for mike. now to a video that's bound to put a smile on your face. the 106-year-old woman who got her wish to visit the white house, and she met the first
take a look. >> hi! >> how are you? >> i'm fine! >> oh so nice to see you. >> it's an honor. >> you want to say hi to michelle? >> yes! >> show down now. don't go too quick. >> she's 106! >> no, you are not. you are not. >> you gotta slow down. >> i thought i would never live to get in the white house. >> you are here. >> a black president. >> look at him. right there. >> a black wife. >> that's me. >> yes! and i'm here to celebrate black history. >> she is awesome. virginia mclaurin, 106 years old, wouldn't know it based on her mood. she led the president and mrs. obama in a dance. she said her secret to living longer, just keep moving. >> wow, 106. >> amazing. >> she was born in 1910 maybe? the things she's seen in this country, and then to visit the
>> that's why this moment is so special for her. unbelievable. if you've got the monday blues, we have a way to lift your spirits with some very expensive spirits. today is national margarita day. we're celebrating with a new margarita. it costs $1,200. >> what the? come on! >> why? >> you'll hear. made with a blend of the oldest and rarest tequilas. only 500 bottles in the world. i have one here. it sells for, this bottle, what do you think? 7 r 5 , $7,500. we posted the recipe at today.com. should we enjoy this $1,200 margarita? >> just one sip. >> this is the first time i've had a margarita this early. >> it is pretty good. >> he's getting his money's
>> that was $600. >> it's actually really good. i wouldn't spend that kind of money on it, but it's really good. >> the bottle isn't going anywhere. >> are you going to be able to get to pop start? >> i should have waited. >> you did make a dent in there. >> here we go! >> now for taylor swift, '80s movies. sober up, carson. >> feeling good today. >> are you doing your radio show today? >> everything will be just fine. >> love you, man. >> good morning. no, first, we'll start with taylor swift. she has been busy. she's a grammy winner, of course, but wasn't too busy recently to support a childhood friend on saturday. taylor swift returning home to pennsylvania to be the maid of honor for her best friend brit. taylor posted these pictures on instagram. she met brit when she was 10 since kindergarten. taylor called herself the happiest maid of honor ever. the city-wide, weekend-long, 30 years in the making, here's a party for you.
shake it up babeoff baby now twist and shout >> hard to believe but "ferry bul -- ferris bueller's day off" came out 30 years ago. the organizers will re-create this parade scene, movie screenings. >> ferris -- ferris. >> sober. >> sausage king of chicago. >> nice to see you. >> have another, carson. al, how about a look at the weather? >> so we're looking at a risk of strong storms from houston all the way to tallahassee for today. in fact, we've got 16 million people at risk. damaging wind gusts, maybe a tornado or two. into tomorrow, or wednesday, i should say, norfolk to orlando, 21 million folks at risk. a lot of rain around dallas.
we're talking 3 to 5 through the southeast. about 1 to 2 here in the northeast. snow on the backside of this system. we're talking about anywhere from 10 to 12 inches through western michigan. look for that all the way down to indianapolis, 1 to 2 inches. oh, i didn't spill it, did i? that's what's going on around >> that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks a lot.
week called "up for the job." >> tequila really -- >> yeah. >> -- hangs in there. like most of you at home, we started our careers with internship internships. we said, it's time to be interns all over again. al, start us off. >> my pick, guys, the zoo. turns out the san diego zoo is celebrating its 100th birthday this year. they offered me a unique internship. with the help of their incredible team of zookeepers, i got to get up close and personal with lions and tigers and bears, oh my! >> hey, rick. al roker. >> thanks for coming by. you are running late so we'll speed through this. sign this waiver and we'll get started with the day. >> it says i could die. >> well, you know, simple. >> maiming. what about dismembership? >> we have a lot of members at
if a member decides not to be a member anymore, it's dismembered. >> not funny. >> we're excited to have you as a panda keeper today. we'll teach you to clean the panda exhibits. >> what does that entail? >> a lot. they are on a high fiber diet, so a lot of poop to clean up. they poop 50 times a day, wait. >> wait, they poop 50 times a day? >> 50 times a day. >> and give up show business? >> you are doing a great job as my intern, al, but we have to move quicker since the bear is hungry. >> faster, faster. mr. woo, breakfast time! wow. that's cool. i'm a panda bear, and i'm okay. >> al, i told you, no selfies, tweeting or facebook. you're an intern and we have to
>> okay. nice to meet you, kimberly. >> she'll take care of you. you'll be making brunch for the lions. >> kind of like having martha stewart making meatballs. >> yes. we like to put different scents out so they can experience different things every day. >> like aromatherapy? >> exactly. some of their favorite things are the kitchen spices. then perfumes. the more expensive the perfume, the better. >> they like shihchenel? >> they do. >> amazing how fragrant it is. >> they want to mask their own predator smell in order to be better at hunting. in the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion eats this morning >> good morning. we'll meet our new intern, bradley.
>> hey, bradley. >> this is bradley. let's see how much he weighs this morning. 7.35. he's right in his range. he's doing pretty good. can you smell him? >> i was going to say, he smells like eucalyptus. >> do you approve of intern al? >> i like eucalyptus. >> really, al? right here, we have abigail. chips, isabel and grandma. these ones all came here in 1928. they've been at the zoo -- >> 1928? >> yeah. she's probably 130 to 140 years old. pretty simple. undo the twist tie and drop it in.
>> we decided since you did an excellent job today, we'd have one of the ambassadors let you know what he thought of your work today. jake, how do you think he did today? >> i know what you had for breakfast. >> i had a great time. most internships at the zoo are not hands on. they're typically office jobs. that said, the zoo says i am now koala koala-fied to work there. chew on that. see what i did there? >> did youhave a favorite animal? >> i liked mr. woo the panda. >> pooped 50 times a day. >> it didn't smell. interesting. >> turtles since 1928? >> about 140 years old, which is amazing. >> that's fun. >> if you're a lady, don't wear perfume by the lions. >> there is protection. it's okay.
coming up tomorrow, high fashion, high stress. we'll see if natalie has what it takes when she interns at "kozma poll -- cosmopolitan" magazine. the men of "today" cleaned out their closets for a good cause. your chance to own their suits after your local news.good morning... the time is... you're looking live at roanoke from our skycam
jurors are expected to hear closing arguments in the murder trial of waynesboro reseve police captain kevin quick today before starting deliberations. the defense rested on friday after calling five witnesses to the stand in federal court in roanoke. before that, prosecutors questioned the alleged ringleader of the 99 goon syndikate. six people are on trial. four are charged in quick's death, the other two are accused of being part of a racketeering conspiracy. the prosecution has called more than two dozen witnesses and entered 400 pieces of evidence in the case. quick was reported missing in february 2014. his body was found a week later in goochland county.### let's check in with storm team meterologist kristina montuori. today: cloudy with light rain possible.highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s
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we're happy to say good morning to them and all of you. we have willie in this morning. coming up, ever wanted to sport one of matt's sporty suits, or carson's handsome look? jill martin cleaned out the guys on the show's closets and is cause. you can buy them yourself. we're making meal time easy for you on today food. every recipe calls for five main ingreed yent ingredients. >> reporter: we partnered with "my big fat greek wedding 2" to give you the wedding of your dreams. for your chance, share your story and video at today.com/wedding. looking forward to that. let's get a check of the weather. >> for the week ahead, we do expect to see wet weather through the southeast. early part of the week. windy and snowy around the
sunshine in the northeast. midweek, real mess. severe, snowy and icy. western two thirds looking good. latter part of the week, quiets down. leftover snow through the rockies. stays warm in a good portion of the country for the early part of the week. much to above normal. stays above normal in the east and western two thirds of the county. ohio, mississippi river valley.
the western two >> that is your latest weather. mr. daly? >> mr. roker, thank you very much. it is a leap year and we get an extra day on february 29th. we want to give you a spontaneous trip out to los angeles. you have to come to the plaza here this friday with these things. your backpacked, ready to go, a friend who is along for the ride and, most importantly, a poster showing us how you guys would spend the extra 24 hours. you could win a three-night trip to los angeles, leaving here from the plaza that very day. you'll have a great weekend at the line hotel. you can enjoy a beach tour. look at them on the bikes. you have a dinner, the original, and, of course, more courtesy of our friends at discover los angeles. if you're over 18, come to the plaza this friday. rsvp by heading to today.com. bring your poster, packed bags
with ya for a chance to win. good luck. over to you guys. we're going to sell some of your stuff. what do we do with the clothes we no longer wear? for the men of "today," it was time for a closet cleanout. we asked organizing wizard jill martin for help. >> everyone can look like you guys for a good cause. we teamed up for clothing consignment. i'm helping the guys clean out their closets and cash them out for charity. first, they had to part with some memorable outfits. >> come on in. >> hello. >> welcome to matt's closet. i've been preparing for you. a wile ago, i adopt td ruleed the rule, if i buy something new, something else leaves the closet. navy is the staple of my wardrobe. there is a lot of navy jackets and suits in there. you know what gets more attention from me on the air than anything else?
>> when i wear something plaid, i get crazy twitter traffic. this is one i think might have had its own twitter handle for a while. >> i have one more item that i'd like to ask what you think it'll go for. >> very expensive. that's priceless. i'm not taking that out. it's not for sale. it goes to the smithsonian. >> nice suit. >> probably from tour three of the "voice." there's a lot of the casual >> this is new. >> i have a ton of it. >> still have the tags. >> yeah. >> i love the navy and black. fashionista. i think viewers will be excited to be wearing your clothes. >> it's all clean. i've washed it all. >> i have a few things for you here. >> show our viewers how they can be like willie geist for a good cause. >> you can at least wear the clothes for a good cause. this is from the london olympics. this is what we call a game-worn item. got the logo on the front, the
it's a great shirt you can wear with a suit and tie or wear them casually. these are nice suits i love. i've worn them a couple of years but they're still in really good condition. >> what type of person would you say would wear your clothing? >> somebody who is bald, i think. prone to bad jokes and puns. >> lovable. >> that's debatable. >> lovable. >> this is more of a casual jacket. >> look at the lining. >> fancy. >> i don't think i've seen this suit. >> i've worn this. these are all my orange ties. it's like your daily dose of vitamin c around your neck. >> all the money from this sale goes to charity. >> good. >> let's make money. >> let's do it. >> you bet. >> we are going to launch the sale in a moment. first, i'll talk about this. this is for such a good cause. >> it is. absolutely. as matt said, we are going to benefit city harvest, an organization that delivers nutritious food to those fighting hunger.
these things, which we'll show you how to do, it's going to a great cause. this is the tip of the iceberg. we've offered a lot of stuff. we'll start with matt at the end. >> matt loves a lot of navy and brown. his, as savannah said, his suits are tapered. there's a lot of variety here. there are some suits going. the red bathing not, not for sale. >> important. matt likes a snug in seam, too. >> little too snug. >> this is me here. as i said in the piece, the suits are all in great condition. you start to accumulate some and wanted to offer and share with you. went with a couple casual things, too. i'm a giants fan. you can find sports stuff. >> and the fishing. >> mr. roker? >> this is one of them. brown. i like brown and blue. kind of like matt. actually, there's matching pants, it's a suit.
>> and we have, i think, mav or ice man at the end? >> this is my modern dab look. this may appear to be cool to you but underneath is an exhausted father of three. that's my secret. i have a few things here, too. my recommendation is get a job at tv. they send you free stuff. it's how i got this. outside of television, i wear the same cargo shorts, t-shirt and flip-flops. this isn't me. but i'm luck doi havey to have a few things. >> we'll get to the sale in a second. people interested in selling things on consignment. what are tips you have? >> when you go online, sites give rules. follow the rules because they know what makes the most money. keep it seasonal. whatever season we're in, that's now. make it picture perfect. like. take pictures like it will represent it. no stains, no rips. shall we start the sale? >> let's do it.
>> three, two, one! >> we're live. >> buy stuff. >> buy those clothes. >> pick them up. >> the sale is live. jill said, you can head to today.com to check out this stuff. this is just a small sample of what's up there. we have tons of stuff we think you'll love. going to help city harvest. jill, thanks. up next, one woman's start-up is shaking up the
first, this is "today" on nbc. we are back at 8:40 with one woman's simple idea that is a game changer when it comes to sending flowers. >> nbc has the story. >> reporter: when a bouquet of flowers shows up at your door, you usually wonder who they're from. christina wonders where they're from. >> i was eating at the farm to table restaurants where it was basically in portlandia fashion. they'd tell me the name of the
they had imported carnations on the tables. >> reporter: that's how her now multi-million dollar company, farm girl flowers, got its start. >> i was the dork that, every weekend, was at home writing business plans. >> reporter: she has no formal training in floral design, and no business degree. >> i started researching. i found an industry that was huge but had little innovation in it in recent years. >> reporter: most flower companies, she found, use imported stems. she said no to flowers ships from thousands of miles away. >> the same way that we shouldn't expect to eat a nice, ripe peach in december, we shouldn't expect to get peonys in december either, right? >> we're celebrating the flower while it's in season. our model is, instead of having hundreds of options, we have one daily arrangements. 100% american-grown flowers. >> reporter: growing up in a farm in indiana, she knows first-hand the importance of seasons and supporting local farmers.
growers and now there are 5 commercial sized ones in the united states. i didn't want it to get to the point where you can't buy a domestic grown flower. >> reporter: she tried to get investors to back her farm to vase idea, but ended up with a string of rejections. >> a couple female investors said i should take my husband in with me to pitch, being a solo female founder is difficult. >> reporter: she bootstrapped the startup herself. >> i would get up at 3:30 in the morning and come to the flower mart, load my car with flowers. i'd have to take several trips back and forth. >> reporter: it was a labor of love and blossomed into a business that now ships across the u.s. employees. >> the farm girl team starts their day here at the flower mart. often while it's still dark outside. the flowers are sorted and snipped, carefully arranged and wrapped. the end result, more than 300
>> reporter: they're known for the signature farm girl finish. burrlap sacks, charming and eco-friendly eco-friendly. some flowers are shipped. if they're local, many arrangements arrive by pedal power. >> hi. i've got a flower delivery for you. >> honestly, i can't even breathe. they're so beautiful. >> reporter: hard to believe the brain behind the bouquets was once teased. >> i wore flowers in my hair a lot and got made fun of in high school. it's full circle now. >> who is laughing now? >> exactly? >> reporter: "today," san francisco. >> love she's keeping it on the farm. very cool. >> like to see that entrepreneurial spirit. coming up next, dinner without the fuss. a simple meal with five ingredients. they are already in your pranantry.
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brought to you by cheerio's. we're back at 8:46. today food. all week, we're cooking up five-ingredient dishes. that doesn't include the essentials, like oil, salt, pepper and butter. here with us is elizabeth chambers from san antonio, >> good morning. recipe. >> super simple. ingredients. >> yes, spicy intalian sausage. i'm from texas and we like things hot. we have the canned tomatoes, salt and pepper, oil. it's like a five-minute meal. >> crowd sausage. you can use any protein. my mom uses shrimp and i sometimes use chicken. whatever you have in the pantry -- or the fridge, not the pantry. you want to refrigerate your
>> little bit of oil. >> you can get over here and stir. >> yup. >> basically, we want to make sure it's not pink. as soon as the sausage starts to tomatoes. you can buy tomatoes with oregano and garlic if you want. you can let it simmer 5 to 10 minutes. then we'll add the tapers. they add salt, hint of lemon, a lot of flavor for a little thing. >> your sauce is the crushed tomatoes. >> basically. with crushed tomatoes in a can, you can do anything. it's a base for almost anything. always taste as you go. it's the one thing that people don't do. taste it and see how much salt and pepper. >> speaking of tasting, we have our tasting crew downstairs. >> phenomenal. really good. >> it's the simple things you forget that taste so good. >> i'm glad you like it. salt and pepper.
if you want to go crazy with ingredient ingredients, we'll stick with five. don't go crazy with the crushed red pepper. salt and pepper. then your finished sauce. >> great. >> it's delicious and super easy. i like to add the pasta to the sauce. i'll let you do that. add the pasta. >> throw it right in there? >> use the tongs so it doesn't get -- >> of course, use the tongs. obviously. i was going to pour it. >> go for it. >> i didn't know my own strength here. >> you got it! >> yeah! >> all right, peanut gallery. >> sticks the landing. >> wow. [ applause ] >> oh, my gosh. that's great. that was elegant. >> we're going to add the feta. >> just cooking. don't mind her, just getting crazy up here. >> you're using angel hair but
over rice. it's a really beautiful base that you can put over any -- >> i'm trying not to make a mess. there's the finished product. >> delicious. you all are trying it. let us know. >> i'll try it after the break. >> let's get to dessert. >> i have to concentrate. dessert, also five ingredients. >> this is my favorite recipe in the entire world because it's not oonlnly easy but cup for cup. cup of butter, add a cup of sugar, i'll give you the whisk. >> yes. >> you mastered that. going for it. >> you trust me. >> cup of self-rising flour. if you're multiplying the recipe, three cups, three cups, three cups. all in one dish so you're not messing up a big bowl. last thing, one teaspoon of almond extract. >> i make such a mess. >> it's okay. >> baking is my specialty. but okay, yes. >> yikes.
>> you need your own show. >> once it was all put together. >> how long do you cook it? >> 375, 35 to 45 minutes so it's brown. if you want to add another ingredient, you can do cinnamon. top with sugar and cinnamon. the peaches aren't in season, use rhubarb, blueberries, anything. >> how does it taste? >> really great. both of them. >> winners. >> super easy. thank you so much. >> thanks for having me. >> if you want to look at our five-ingredient recipes head to today.com/food. up next, the most entertaining man in golf, david
>> i've been a professional for >> i've been a professional for 41 years and this is the most fun, i think, to watch, that i can remember. we've got a great bunch of kids out there, with jordan spieth, ricky fowler, jason day. the thing about these guys is they like each other. >> right. >> they're fond of each other and root for each other. where when i played, the best players in the world, they didn't even know each other. tiger and phil didn't know each other. >> you mentioned tiger woods. a lot of people still curious about him. can he come back from the injuries. will he ever get to another major. the way you look at it, where is he and can he get the four majors to get the jacket? >> i think it's unlikely he'll get the four. i don't know how he is. i don't think anybody knows his physical situation at the moment. the only mistake i've ever made about tiger woods would be underestimating him. >> yeah. >> i still -- i'm a believer. i think he can win again. i don't know if he can win four,
>> let's talk about the show "fair" "feherty." you have golfers on, but president george w. bush, great conversations. what's the idea behind the show? >> it's just people interested in golf, people who play golf. not just professional golfers. the way it's affected their lives. my favorite shows are the ones where -- i just did bobs to costas. people have perceptions of you and me, what they see on tv and the radio. you have to change that. >> rio? >> 1904 was the last time. >> yeah. " "feherty" is on our sister station, golf channel. from al. balloons.
to mr. oscar mitchell from tallahassee, florida. enjoyed attending church as a deacon and spends time on his boat. taylor is from colorado. 100 years old. one athletic gal. she did water aerobics three times a week until last year. fantastic. happy 100th birthday to philip from new york. he has been an you shall eusher at his church over 70 years. amen. dorothy from california, also 100. i love this. she says the secret to longevity enough. i like dorothy. tony marion, 101, one tech savvy guy. stays connected using facebook. i'm going to friend you later. if you want to honor someone or their milestone birthday or anniversary 705 years, head to today.com/celebrate and send a photo, as well. >> love that.
>> anthony mackie is stopping by. >> back after your local news.good morning... the time is... you're looking live at.... topping our news today... a woman faces reckless driving charges following a three vehicle crash in campbell county. it happened around four sunday afternoon on route 29 about a mile north of route 696. 29 year old megan barrett struck an acura after failing to brake in time. the acura was then hit by another car. all five people involved in the crash.. including barett's young daughter are being treated for serious injuries. the investigation is ongoing. ### let's check in with storm team meterologist kristina montuori. today: cloudy with light rain
life as spokesbox is great. people love me for saving them over half a grand when they switch to progressive. so i'm dabbling in new ventures. it was board-game night with the dalai lama. great guy. terrible player. go paperless don't stress, girl i got the discounts that you need it's a balancing act, but i got to give the people what they want -- more box. any words for the critics? what can i say? critties gonna neg. [ applause ] the what?! [ laughs ] this morning on "today's take," anthony mackie is back, getting us pumped up for his film "triple 9."
a john cena smackdown like none other. donald and kiefer sutherland together on the big screen for the first time. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today". it's monday morning, february the 22nd, 2016. nice crowd. pretty balmy day outside. inside studio 1a, i'm willie along with al. assignment. >> what am i doing here? >> hoda. >> dylan was going to be here and went down sick. >> does everyone have to be on their deathbed before i get to come here? >> that's right. we went down the depth chart. >> dylan went down at the last minute. >> what did matt have? >> i don't know what he had. >> dylan has a stomach thing. our producer, tammy, is sick, too. >> get better.
>> what does it mean? >> no. >> it's your favorite song. >> i don't like that. i don't like to know. >> yes. >> nobody told me. is this the hour where you have to read the newspaper? >> no, no. >> that's decorative, really. >> trump by the ocean. trump away from the ocean. trump everywhere. unbelievably busy weekend in politics. wins for donald trump in south carolina, and hillary clinton in nevada. secretary clinton bouncing back from her defeat in new hampshire to beat bernie sanders in nevada. she had to have this one and got it. 53% to 47% for sanders. the republicans, donald trump getting his second straight victory following new hampshire now with a win again by double digits in south carolina on saturday. he finished with 33% of the vote there. marco rubio and ted cruz, very close, with rubio edging cruz out.
inches closer to the republican nomination. >> i can tell you, he's mean and vicious. it's beautiful. it's beautiful. we're going to start -- we are going to start winning for our country. [ applause ] because our country doesn't win anymore. >> that was trump's victory speech on saturday night in south carolina. >> wow. that was amazing. i thought the numbers, huh? ivanka looked like she was about to have the baby on stage. kind of felt like that. >> he doesn't tell them ahead of time, he said, when he'll call them up and speak. people do better when they're not prepared. he said, ivanka, come talk. his wife, come back. >> what happened? >> just wanted to say an amazing state, south carolina. congratulations to my husband.
we love you. now we head to nevada and we'll see what happens. [ applause ] >> the momentum since the beginning of this campaign has been unbelievable. that's because my father's message resonates so deeply with so many people. [ cheers and applause ]. >> we're grateful to each of you. >> ivanka gets up and speaks a good bit at his events because impressive. >> as one of the guys on "morning joe," does this mean nomination? what does it mean? >> you'd have to make a case to me that he's not going to win the nomination. happen. republicans argue, we have to get him one on one. once cruz or rubio gets out, but why would either of them get out? they're neck and neck with each other. >> i watched "meet the press," and chuck had him on yesterday. if you look at his face, it looked like he lost.
the trump. then he gets a little more animated. but i don't think there is any stopping him. >> he was on stage in georgia and talked about how much we're going to win when he's president. he said, you people are going to say, president trump, please stop all the winning. we're winning too much. >> oh, my gosh. >> feel bad for jeb bush. >> a year ago, it was going to be jeb against hillary. that was before donald trump got in the race. jeb bush getting 8% of the vote, suspending his campaign. he got understandably emotional. hampshire and south carolina decision. campaign. >> no. >> yup, yup. thank you. [ applause ] >> these guys put so much into
they put their families out there, work 24 hours a day, so invested. to see it end is obviously a difficult moment. for him, it's the end of his political career. he was governor of florida. those days are behind him. he's stepping off the stage. >> never say never. >> think he'll run again? >> never know. nevada tomorrow. >> why do they do caucuses? it's one of those things that i can't imagine being in a room and having to say out loud who i'm going to vote for, and convince other people. it seems like the better way to go without, like, let's not do those. >> like a primary. >> yeah. >> you can watch them, it is amazing. we watched them in iowa, and it's groups of people. you stand there. you support bernie, stand over there. undecided, stand over there. hillary and bernie people, make your case to those people. they stand with the other it's amazing. >> all right. >> democratic primary is in south carolina on saturday. they're flipping where they are this week. >> that's right. we're talking apple, you guys. there's been a lot of pressure
get the code to get that code out. for the first time, fbi director james comey is personally weighing in on his agency's fight with apple unlocking the phone used by the san bernardino shooter. comey says the investigation of what happened in san bernardino cannot be complete without getting a look at the phone. saying, and this is in part his statement, we simply want the chance with a search warrant to try to guess the terrorist's passcode without the phone essentially self-destructing. and without it taking a decade to guess correctly. we don't want a master key loose on the land. we can't look at the survivors in the eye or ourselves in the mirror if we don't follow the league. apple's chief executive tim cook said, basically, the case was about more than a single phone or investigation. he says what's at stake is the data security of millions of people. they're also saying -- i mean, there are all kinds of questions. i was reading the "new york
don't think i just drink wine and do nothing. it did say in here that there have been lots of requests over the years from the government to apple. they said, i think it was something like, where is it, i can't read without my glasses. >> 11,000. >> 11,000. they said that they gave out information, 7,100 times. it's not the first time they've requested it. >> is it technically possible for them to do what the government is asking them to do? >> that's the question. they're saying they'd have to make a -- they'd have to write a new program to get the info out. the government is saying they need it. >> i think the common sense question people are asking is, can't you just take this one phone, open it up and tell us what's in there without compromising the other phones? >> exactly. why wouldn't you be able to -- so the chain of evidence remains unbroken. couple fbi guys, walk it over, stand outside a room, wait for apple to do it, give them the information, and then walk away. >> anyway. >> i agree. daytona 500 yesterday.
that finish, what was it, 0.1? >> 0.01, something like that. >> danny hamlin earning his first daytona 500 yesterday in a photo finish. closest finish in history. watch this. boom! look at that. >> oh! >> wow. >> incredible. there was another incredible moment. around our good buddy john cena. >> what happened? >> the fox sports reporter jamie little walks right past cena, the honorary pace car driver. check it out. >> they're all going to be at the booth. >> wow. >> smashed him in the face with her ponytail. >> he doesn't move. >> then the look he gives. >> oh, one more time. one more time. come on. she later tweets, how can i miss
and i turned at the wrong time. never saw him. apologies. #you can't see me. run that one more time. >> cena is like, i'm not moving. you do what you want to do. i'm staying here. >> i'm in my lane. >> we love that. >> here it is. one more time. >> i like it in slo-mo. >> pony whip. >> watch me whip. watch me nae nae. >> no, no. you alerted us to this. a meteorologist, liberty chan at ktla at los angeles had a dress that doesn't work well. >> it has green in it. the key is green, so anything that has green is electronically removed by the camera. >> naked? what happened? >> take a look. >> in the '30s in the high desert. i'm going to have to change. look at this. >> the thing is, when you do
koroma key and certain clothing doesn't work. i think she had a brain freeze. >> what's on your head? >> that's a koroma key. >> get out of his head. >> you're seeing it. they can pick almost any color to key out. >> they keyed out your head? >> take off the jacket. >> look at that low pressure system. >> take off your shirt. >> oh, my gosh, i look like al. that's crazy. there you have it. >> did that ever happen to you? >> purposefully. i've done it on purpose like on halloween, kind of thing. but no. >> did you get a million followers yet? >> not yet. >> how close are you? >> knocking on the door. >> well, the door is a little ways away. >> it is. >> i wouldn't say we're knocking on the door. however, it's day 19 of our 25 days of give aways. today's prize, a kenmore elite crossover ultra vacuum. what?
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anthony mackie appeared on broad broadway, indie films, you name it. his proudest achievement is being on this show 17 times. >> yup. >> in his new film "triple 9," he plays a corrupt cop being blackmailed by the russian mob. >> plans change now that he has a new partner. take a look. >> allow me to introduce his nephew, chris. where'd you come from again? >> territory. >> is that even a police? >> belmont, what's wrong with him? maybe he get you to come to work on time. >> you serious? >> remember, you can get the day off. it's all i got. >> can we talk about this?
show 20 times, you get a free smoothie. i'll punch it for you. >> you're on 18. >> there it is, my man. i'm winning. these two guys are difficult. >> we're going to bust you, anthony. >> it's a good bust. >> come on. >> i was asking how married life was. you know what he did in the commercial? he pulled his wedding ring out of his pocket. >> i was lotioning my hands. look at that. when you push lotion on, you take off the ring so it doesn't get goopy. >> we don't play like that. man solidarity. >> leave her over there. >> take off your rings together. >> no. >> when i read about the movie, it says action, but there is a heck of a cast, unusually star-studded cast for an action movie. >> you have really cool characters that come together and make this world grow, thrive
you work with kate winslet, it's like you have a bunch of great actors and great nsemble. we had fun making it. >> how do you describe your character, little corrupt? >> one man's salt is another man's sugar. i wouldn't say he's corrupt. he's a guy looking for an opportunity outside of the everyday 9:00 to 5:00. you know what i mean? >> it's how you look at it. >> yeah. >> how do you choose your roles, anthony? i'm sure you get a lot of scripts that come your way. >> i don't. take what you give me. no, it's all about the director and the script. i love when i can read a script from beginning to end without falling asleep, i know it's a good movie. my thing is, literally, if i read read, by the time i get to y, i'm asleep. never fails. >> you're prepping for your role as falcon in "captain america:civil war."
character for you. >> it has been. the second coolest thing i've ever done in my life, behind being king in new orleans. give me some of that, all day. >> that was a big deal. that's a big deal. first time, right? >> i'm wearing tights. yeah, the sad thing is you can't do it again. i'm gonna do it again. >> whether they ask or not. >> i'll show up in my king outfit and be like, let's go. >> how is fatherhood going? >> great, man. there's nothing better. it's everything i thought it would be. i think being a parent is perfect when you choose the right partner. >> yeah. >> i've been very fortunate to have a great partner. >> see? see? >> i was just giving him -- i love anthony and love anthony's wife. >> anthony is sticking around to answer your questions. we're going to play celebrity
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we're back with anthony mackie, one of the stars of "triple 9." we're going to play celebrity fishbowl. pull a question and answer it. all right. who wrote this? from lake city, florida, gigi, when are you on the air -- oh, when you are on the air, do you take potty breaks? >> that's probably for us. >> yeah, cause i don't. >> questions for him? >> let's try another one. >> go with another question. >> all right. >> peyton from wisconsin. do you sleep with a stuffed animal? >> oh. >> is this for me? >> yeah. >> no. of course i do, yeah. i mean, no. >> who doesn't? >> my son has a stuffed animal, a little dragon that he insists
i usually wake up with a stuffed animal in my face. >> one more. >> here we go. >> anthony is loving this so much. >> this is going to be fantastic. >> sandy from richmond, va. what's up, sandy? which annual sale do you look forward to most? >> did anyone look at these questions? >> we'll find a good one. >> great question. a annual holiday sale at bass pro shop. >> here's a good one. >> my man pa.
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the court is evenly split idealogically among the eight members. president obama plans to nominate a replacement over the objection of republicans who say that job should fall to his successor. new numbers offer dramatic proof that the vaccine for a virus is down for hpv. it's down since the vaccine was remmed in 2006. down for 34% for women in their early 20s. it's the most common sexually transmitted infection in the u.s. some types lead to cervical and other cancers. fewer than half of teenage girls and 1/4 of boys have had all the doses needed for full protection. the consumer product safety commission is warning no hoverboard currently sold in the united states is certified as safe. they can pose an unreasonable risk of fire that can result in injury or death. hoverboard batteries have been blamed for dozens of fires. the commission is threatening recalls
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a net last week is back in the wild. spectators gathered to give the eagle a proper sendoff. the eagle first landed on top of a hotel nearby. then eventually flew off and disappeared. al, isn't that beautiful? >> i can say that without reservation, it is. >> awe. anyway, the week ahead, the wet weather in the southeast. plenty of sunshine in the northeast. look for snow around the rockies.
eastern third of the country with severe weather along the oes coast. things quiet down without a lot going on. much above normal out west and throughout much of the country. midweek period, we see chillier air move into the midsection. warm along the coast. by the latter part of the week, we are below to much below normal in the eastern third.
awfully >> that's your latest weather. to two of hollywood's most accomplished actors. donald and kiefer sutherland. despite having 300 films between them, the father and son never have appeared together until now. >> dylan dreyer sat down with them to talk about their new movie if the forsak"forsaken." >> god is not responsible for the life you choose. >> i did not choose it. >> reporter: a talented son trying to live up to the high stands of a powerful father. it's part of the plot of "forsaken "forsaken." it's also the reality for kiefer sutherland, whose father donald has been a star for the last half century. >> i'm going to embarrass him right now. i've always felt not only is my father one of the most prolific actors in the english language but one of the most important. he's someone i wanted to work with. for my whole career.
your dad was an actor until you were 18? >> i always knew he was an actor. i didn't know -- >> you thought i told jokes. >> i didn't know the scope of what he had done. >> "mash," "klute," "ordinary people," the list is endless. >> what advice, you being who you are, and now your son is getting in the business, what advice do you offer, or did you thing? >> i didn't give you any advice. i said, be truthful. >> be truthful. and the way i took that was, don't get caught forcing a moment, even if it means -- even if in the script it says, the man works himself to tears. if the script or you're not getting to the tears, figure out another way to portray it. like any other son, i didn't listen that well. >> reporter: kiefer listened well enough to forge his own successful career, which includes highlights like fox's "24."
grabbed the chance to hop back into a genre he loved, the westerns. also starring ingring kiefer's old friend demi moore, it features the complicated relationship between fathers and sons. >> the experience that i had in this film was quite extraordinary for me. in many ways, i felt like i was cheating. because whether it was dynamic aggression toward each other or an act of confession that was very sorrowful -- >> it was all of that. >> -- i was looking into my father's eyes in any one of those given moments. >> behind the actor were the eyes of my son. it informs the situation. it was supposed to. it was what we wanted. it was our hope. >> one interest note, donald sutherland said he wanted to act in a film that kiefer directs.
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you know nick gehlfuss from "shameless." now, he's saving lives and racing pulses in "chicago med." >> it includes "chicago med" and "chicago pd." take a look. >> i instructed you not to go anywhere near jennifer baker. >> but i heard good news. jennifer hasn't had any of the usual side effects. she's doing great in her treatment. >> that's beside the point. you blatantly disregard the one thing i ask you not to do. >> she could be on the road to remission. i'm sure they'll drop the lawsuit. >> you don't know that. i had tried to be supportive of you, but one more misstep, and i will suspend you.
>> you're in the doghouse. >> she's so good. >> amazing. >> i was watching it and you were sucked in by her performance, watching that. >> every time. >> your mom is a nurse, sister is a nurse, you grew up around medicine. >> i did. >> did that help for the role? >> oh, yeah. also, puts me under the biggest microscope ever created. let's put it this way, if my mother or my sister were unable to breathe and i was the only doctor around, i think they'd be the first to perform cpr on themselves. >> there you go. >> does your mom think you're a convincing doctor when she watches the show? >> yes, actually, she does. it's the best compliment you can receive, from people who know the world. >> "chicago med" is the latest in the world that dick wolf created in chicago. fire and pd. what's interesting, you have this spread across three different shows, with these three different casts interacting now. >> it's synergy at its finest with television.
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shrimp, rice, sage and chicken stock. >> and your oils and your condiments are already in the pantry. they don't count. >> we like free. how do we get started, ben? >> we take a butternut squash and cut it in half. we peel the top. then we're going to dice the top into slices and then into sticks and into cubes that we're going to saute in a moment. >> all right. >> then the bottom, we're going to leave with the peel. we're just simply going to take out the seeds and then we're going to drizzle it with a little bit of canola oil. we're going to season it with salt and pepper. >> nice and easy. >> we're going to roast it at 375 degrees. until tender. it'll take about 15 minutes. >> okay. >> you're going to poke it with a knife. when it's tender, it'll go right through. when it's tender, we're going to scoop out the puree. >> let it cool off first. >> yes.
we're going to pulse it until it's smooth. just going to take a couple of seconds. >> you have a couple squash we're putting in? >> this is one squash. the bottom of the one squash. >> okay. >> then we've got our finished puree. we've taken the butternut squash top that we've diced and sauteed. it's ready to go. this is a great example, where you can use one ingredient two ways. >> sure. now, this is, in a sense, the time consuming part? >> yes. this takes about 15 to 18 minutes. what we're going to do here is we're going to actually saute the rice in the olive oil for two minutes. >> you want to brown it, get it nutty? >> little bit. it helps it absorb the stock a little faster. so you add the stock in a couple additions. that's a difference between a
rice dish. you add it in additions. when you can pull the spatula back and the rice doesn't go back too fast, that's when you know you can add the next addition of the liquid. >> good trick. i was going to ask how you know. >> that's it. after about 15 to 18 minutes, we're going to add our shrimp. >> raw shrimp? >> looks like raw shrimp. >> this is fresh shrimp. they've been diced 1/4 inch. we're going to finish cooking that right in the rice. >> in with the squash. >> that we've already diced. now, if you can hand me the puree? normally, a risotto, you would finish it with some butter and some cheese. you could do that here, if you'd like. the puree, besides having another way to use the same ingredient twice, this is going to give the rice a creamy consistency without adding extra fat. >> beautiful. >> that's great.
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and hoda kotb, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody! yes, it's the beginning of e workweek but it's funday monday around here, february 22nd. that is "confession" by florida georgia line. hoda is having a lot of trouble just concentrating because somebody is here. >> who? >> that guy. >> my trainer is here. it's so exciting, his name is chris. he's from australia. >> is hoda good when she comes in in the morning? >> yes. we train at 5:30 in the morning. >> he's going to show the workout he has me do. >> you said you hated it. >> no, i said i'm not that good at it. >> chris is going to show us some exercises. >> look at those tats. >> he's got a few. if you missed the big "friends" reunion last night, we