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of course you can get it on the nbc 10 app. >> be careful on the roads. "today" show starts right now. good morning. nasty storm. 83 million people from the south to new england waking up to a wintry mess. snow ice, freezing rain leading to school closings power outages and a dangerous commute. the same powerful system behind this huge chain reaction crash caught on camera. al's got your forecast. another shutdown showdown. with hours to go before a new deadline a key vote tasing the senate after this threat from president trump. >> i'd love to see a shutdown if we don't get this stuff taken care of. >> will he get the shutdown he says he wants? leaving las vegas. billionaire kacasino mogul steve
wynn resigns from his own company overnight. this morning, what he's saying about the growing scandal. all that plus kim jong-un's surprise announcement about the winter olympics as his cheer squad arrives overnight. robbed gronkowski. the prizesurprising 911 call from the patriots star who returned from the super bowl who discovered -- >> this is rob gronkowski calling. >> he had been robbed. out of this world. elon musk pulls off his historic rocket launch. and his sports car becomes the newest star in the sky today, wednesday, february 7th, 2018. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." thanks for being with us on a wednesday morning. i wish you could all see al
roker dancing when i was saying there was a big winter storm coming. >> exactly. >> he loves it. he can't help it. >> a lot to get to this morning. we're going to start with the massive winter storm. >> that's right. another brutal round of snow, sleet and freezing rain to make a mess of the morning commute. here's a look at conditions in pennsylvania. this is just north of pittsburgh. we're going to get to al's forecast in a moment. let's start with nbc's ron mott in harrisburg pennsylvania. >> reporter: good morning. you said tens of millions of americans waking up to a slashy commute this morning, from texas to the ohio river valley and into new england. that's where we expect the hardest hit cities above the massachusetts turnpike and upsit new york. andrew cuomo, the governor of new york is urging caution for the morning and evening commutes. some areas could see upwards of ten inches of wet snow.
others might get a and might get ice accumulations. here in pennsylvania, the state capitol complex is closed today. the snow around harrisburg is supposed to be minimal, two to four inches. other parts of the state can see upwards of ten inches. the traffic is lighter than normal but it will be slow going around the storm zone. >> ron mott starting us off. thank you. a lot of people wondering where it's going. mr. roker, what do we see? >> the good news is it's a fast mover. that is good news. you see the snow where ron is now covering all of pennsylvania. an icy mix from cincinnati just to washington, d.c. heavy rain down to the south. 83 million people from kentucky to new england at risk for warnings. look for travel delays in heavy showers a thunderstorms as warm seconder of this storm. in the northeast, we're looking at snow and ice.
that's going to cause airport delays around the megalopilous. this afternoon, steady rain with cold air behind the system making for a lot of snow. between the rain and the snow we're talking ice. from bowling green into new england, anywhere from one-tenth of an inch to a quarter-inch of ice. that's going to be mean power lines down and a mess. and anywhere from 6 to 9 to a foot of snow as we make our way from bangor to binghamton. this will all be out of here by early tomorrow morning. now, the push to avoid the next government shutdown ahead of tomorrow's deadline. congress appears to be nearing a deal despite new threats from the president. peter alexander is at the white house for us. peter, good morning.
what's the latest? >> reporter: you know americans have become used the washington governing from crisis to crisis. this time there is room for optimism. the senate's top republican and top democrat are working to finalize a major budget deal even as president trump is throwing a wrench into that progress. >> the motion to reconsider is laid on the table. >> reporter: overnight, the house voting to keep the government open for six more weeks. now, it's up to the senate to avoid a repeat of last month's shutdown before federal funding runs out tomorrow night. with new indications senate leaders may be closing in on a larger longer-term budget deal. but back at the white house. >> let's have a shutdown. >> reporter: president trump threatening to hold the government hostage if he doesn't get his way on immigration. >> i'd love to see a shutdown. >> reporter: that is a white house proposal to address the immigration crisis. the president accusing his
political opponents of stone stonewalling. >> if we have to shut it down because the democrats don't want safety then shut it down. >> reporter: a member of the president's own party pushing back. >> we don't need a government shutdown on this. >> we're not getting support from the democrats. >> reporter: the senate's top democrat. >> we don't want a shutdown. >> reporter: sarah sanders trying to clarify. >> we're not advocating for a shutdown. the president wants a deal on immigration. >> reporter: as part of the deal president offering productions not just for the 700,000 undocumented immigrants living here under the doctor a krc daca program, but a million more. john kelly describing those immigrants like this -- >> some would say were too afraid to sign up. others would say were too lazy to get off their asses, but didn't sign up. >> reporter: kelly later not
backing down. >> some should have gotten off the couch and signed up. it doesn't matter now. president trump has given them the status. >> reporter: former vice president joe biden taking shots at mr. trump, suggesting he not sit down for an interview with the special counsel because the president has difficulty with precision. and he also criticized the president saying that democrats were treasonous during the state of the union. >> i marvel at what he says and does. two days ago, anybody that didn't stand up for him was trees treasonous. >> democrats can't take a joke. >> he's a joke. >> reporter: john capitol hill is talking about the democratic memo memo addressing the justice department fbi and national security lawyers to complete their review by tomorrow night. the president met tuesday with a man he's publicly criticized
deputy attorney general rod rosenstein rosenstein who is overseeing the inquiry. the two seeing differences in those memos. >> peter alexander, thank you. a big headline out of washington. unusual marching orders from president trump to the pentagon. he wants a massive parade to highlight the country's military strength. as hans nichols explains, that request is not sitting well with lawmakers. >> reporter: the pentagon is in parade planning mode responding to a directive from the commander in chief for a military parade in washington, d.c. a pentagon spokesman telling nbc news we are aware of the request and looking at possible dates. the spokesman adding that planning was in its infancy. but veterans day could be a target date. last year, the president expressed strong appreciation for a bastille day parade he
attended in person. the president's wish gained new urgency when he told defense secretary jim mattis and top generals he wanted to showcase the nation's military not with democrats. >> i was stunned by it. we have a napoleon in the making here. >> reporter: u.s. presidents have displayed displays of military power that are associated with the red square celebrations or kim jong-un's parades in north korea. the nation's capital hasn't seencession of and troops since 1991 when george h.w. bush celebrated the end of the cold war. >> a mine demonstration of militaryprecision. >> reporter: harry s. truman in 1949. pentagon officials say they want the focus of any military parade to be on america's troops
mindful that soldiers face real danger around the"today," hans nichols, nbc news. final preparations in south korea, where the winter olympics will begin tomorrow. more athletes are arriving and vice president mike pence is ready to lead the u.s. delegation. there's been a surprise announcement from north korea's leader kim jong-un. kate snow is in pyeongchang. she has it all covered for us. >> reporter: good morning to you. vice president pence made his last stop in poke owetokyo before he heads here for the opening ceremony making sure politics are front and center. as team usa gets ready for the games. the norovirus is here. as the south korean team raises its flag over these olympic games, tough talk from vice president pence about north korea, saying the u.s. is preparing to roll out the toughest and most aggressive
economic sanctions against the regime. >> we'll be there to cheer on our american athletes. but we'll be there to stand with our allies and remind the world that north korea is the most tyrannical and oppressive rejum jooem on the planet. >> reporter: the vice president is going to the games to make sure north korea can't hijack them. he has invited the father of otto warmbier the college student who died after north korea released him. kim jong-un's younger sister will be in the audience. it will be the first time any member of the kim regime has visited south korea. earlier, north korea showing off 200 state-sponsored cheerleaders crossing to the south, wearing inging matching red coats and pelt hats. concerns here as the norovirus, with more than 80 cases. so far, no athletes have gotten
sick. are you worried about health? >> i'm not, actually. usoc has provided us with becoming supersanitary. we wash our hands. we put sanitizer on. >> reporter: women's hockey star hilly knight got a text from her dad. >> we're really well prepared. >> reporter: doctors making sure the norovirus doesn't spread to the olympic villages where the athletes are staying in close quarters. the u.s. olympic committee telling nbc news the health of our athletes is the utmost priority. the outbreak started at a facility for guards. and now, there's cases here. at the housing facility where security guards first got ill, workers told us the sick were taken away the water turned off and rooms being sanitized. some told us they're headed back to work. the korean government says it's
running tests to figure out if water or food were contaminated. with all of that also headed to pyeongchang, ivanka trump. the white house confirming she will be here to represent the administration at the end of the two weeks for the closing ceremonies. back to you. >> kate thank you. coming up in the next half hour we'll take you inside north korea, see how people there are feeling about the games. meantime new questions about the safety of amtrak after another incident involving one of its trains. this time, in maryland. gabe gutierrez is there. gabe good morning. >> reporter: hoda good morning. this stretch of amtrak is extremely popular, carrying three-times as many passengers as the airlines between washington and new york. now, the causes of all these recent incidents are different. but they're putting train travel back in the spotlight. this morning, amtrak is trying to reassure passengers amid growing concerns following several high-profile accidents. >> i think about it all the time. >> i don't really have a choice.
>> reporter: the latest an excel excela express, speeding to boston. amtrak calling it a mechanical issue. there were no reported injuries in this incident. but there's been four fatal accidents involving amtrak trains in two months. >> everybody flew to the front of the train. >> reporter: on sunday an amtrak train barreled into a parked freight train in south carolina. the engineer and conductor were killed. last week a train carrying republican members of congress hit a truck, killing the driver. in january, a pastor and wife were killed when their suv slammed into a train in north carolina. and in washington state, a train derailed on its inaugural run, killing three and injuring dozens. overall, the number of accidents has been trending down. but the number of deaths has been raising for the past decade. 119 in 2008 to 167 last year.
only 12 were amtrak xaejpassengers. the company admits it can do more. >> we need to do a better job investing in crossing technology so it's impossible to quite to beat the train. >> reporter: in response a question of safety about its culture, amtrak writes in part it is committing to maintaining an environment where employees are encouraged to report unsafe condition. following an investigation into a 2015 crash, ntsb chairman robert solmo blasted ak eded eded amtrak for its lack safety. >> are we ready to say there's a systemic issue with amtrak? no. we're not. >> reporter: the trump administration proposed slashing amtrak subsidies by $600 million. congress is debating that as it rushes to finalize that deal.
big talker of the morning. space enthuseiasts the world over are talking about the spacex launch using the biggest rocket in the world. it went off with almost a hitch. two of the three rockets came back to earth. tom costello is at the kennedy space center with us. now that we saw it, we get what all the fuss is about. >> it was pretty cool wasn't it? elon musk who owns tesla, said it was almost picture-perfect. one of the three rockets crashed into the ocean. the other two landedt this morning, blowing up over thetograp and tng this mannequin, this fake astronaut, on its way into deep space. and the images look so spectacular, you think they're fake. this morning, space has a new voyager, a mannequin named starman, riding a tesla roadster.
and heading his orbit around the sun. his journey beginning in spectacular fashion. >> reporter: a picture-perfect liftoff at the kennedy space center as 3 rockets and 27 engines simultaneously fired to lift the spacex falcon heavy rocket off the pad. at mission control near los angeles, jubilation. then just a few moments later, an engineering marvel as the two side rocket boosters landed back on earth on their exact targets next to each other. >> and the falcons have landed. >> that was epic. that's probably the most exciting thing i've ever seen literally, ever. >> reporter: spacex founder billionaire elanon musk in a news conference. >> it was unreal to me. >> reporter: thousands had gathered to take in the biggest launch since the space shuttles
were retired in 2011. >> well worth the wait. it was a great job. >> reporter: the ultimate goal of the new rocket to more cheaply lift cargo into orbit and eventually carry humans towards a lunar or martian rendezvous. >> maybe even tourists flying around the moon for spacex. >> reporter: for now, starman is blazing the trail riding in elon's personal tesslatesla, listening to david bowie, and heading towards deep space. >> it's kind of silly and fun. but i think that's -- silly fun things are important. normally for a new rocket they launch like a block of concrete. that's so boring. >> reporter: that's so boring right? did you see the sticker on the dashboard of starman, it says don't panic. musk says he wonders what aliens
think in a million years when they come across the star man in a tesla headed towards the star in orbit. when will humans be able to ride heavy falcon to the moon? musk says maybe four years out. we'll have to see. >> tom, better get a ticket on that one. >> is that tesla going to keep going forever and ever? >> reporter: forever and ever. and the david bowie music will loop and loop. >> at least it's good music. >> you have to rotate the tires every 1 million miles. >> check the engine light. what do you have al? >> look at the rest of the country. warmth in the southwest. showers in the pacific northwest. next half hour look at the heavy rain through the south. and there's another storm system that's going to bring some snow in the upp ♪ ♪
volunteer at neighborhoodofgood.com. state farm. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. snow and ice this morning, a slippery commute. icy conditions for much of the philadelphia area. snow and ice farther north and west. eventually it'll change over to rain. temperatures will be warming significantly. rainy skies this afternoon. the suburbs and philadelphia too, and ice and no in the lehigh valley will eventually change over to rain with a high of 37. sunshine is back tomorrow. have a great day. >> and tha and that's your latest weather. guys? >> thank you, al. coming up, the abrupt
resignation of billionaire casino tycoon steve wynn amid troubling sexual misconduct allegations. and inside north korea. a rare look at the people and places there. first, this is "today" on nbc. get the best internet with the best shows and get the best of both worlds. fios by verizon gives you the fastest internet available for only $79.99 a month online with a two year agreement, and your netflix is on us for one year. and with the gigabit connection on the 100% fiber-optic network,
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it is 7:26. and we've issued a first alert to warn you about a messy and slippery morning commute. and here's a live look at 8th and market in philadelphia. ice is big concern as well. you can see school closings at the bottom of your screen. school closings and delay, more than 300 right now. let's get straight to meteorologist bill henley tracking right now. >> in ze and new jersey sleet and freezing rain going to make for icy roads and walkways. those untreated surfaces are going to be slick this morning. farther 3/4 and west we're going to be seeing accumulating snow and then ice and eventually rain. here you can see sleet and freezing rain in philadelphia, delaware county and into new jersey. farther north and west, there's the poconos getting some light snow and snow is falling in the lehigh valley as well. snow will be accumulating there.
the icy situation eventually changes over to rain. >> let's get you updated on the roads. watching the schuylkill expressway right now. our cameras around city avenue what it should look like especially considering we're seeing roads that are a little wet, too. and also watching out in pottstown for a new crash. this is around north charlotte street. >> we'll have another update in about 25 minutes. i'm tracy davidson. the "today" show continues in just a couple of minutes. be careful on the roads.
welcome back. 7:30 on a wednesday morning, february 7th, 2018. that's a pretty sight. we're talking about the snow that's falling in harrisburg pennsylvania. al is talking about the snow that's coming through but coming through quickly. >> it will be a big mess but then it will be gone. and that check of winter weather starts our headlines. >> messy commute. millions of americans in the path of a massive winter storm, unloading snow ice and sleet across a large part of the country. >> we have advisories from texas all the way through areas of the northeast. in total, about 90 million people are under winter weather advisories or storm warnings. government groundhog day. overnight, the house votes to avoid a shutdown for six more weeks. the senate in the spotlight as president trump says he's fine with the shutdown if he doesn't get his way on immigration. >> i would love to see a shutdown if we d thisuff tak care of. >> we had one trump shutdown.
nobody wants another except maybe him. shaken to its core. at least six dead, hundreds are hurt and dozens missing in taiwan after a strong 6.4 magnitude earthquake hits on the island's eastern coast. super bowl break-in. the 911 calls from new england patriots star rob gronkowski released revealing the moment after he found out his house was robbed after his team's big loss. >> this is rob gronkowski's calling. while i was gone my whole house got robbed while on the super bowl trip. i just got back. and snow blankets the city of light. paris' eiffel tower closes for safety as winter weather cripples the capital of france, just weeks after heavy rainsooded the city. today, wednesday, february 7th, 2018. also in the headlines this morning, billionaire casino mogul steve wynn resigning from wynn resorts, amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
blake mccoy has that for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. they do not get steve wynn, his name secaake casino behind me. hi brought down by women saying #metoo. steve win stepping down from the casino empire he built. his abrupt resignation coming on the heels of sexual misconduct allegations. wynn released a statement saying i have found myself the focus of an avalanche of negative publicity. a rush to judgment takes precedent over everything else i reached conclusion that i cannot be effective in my current roles. the 76-year-old billionaire hotel titan transformed the las vegas strip, building the mirage treasure island, the
bellagio. steve wynn stepped down as finance chair of the republican national committee. more fallout from a blistering "wall street journal" investigation, alleging he harassed female employees for decades. >> there is an accumulative pattern of sexual misconduct from steve wynn that comes into view from talking over a large number of employees over a long period of time. >> reporter: in one case according to "the journal," he paid an unnamed manicurist a $7.5 million settlement after she failed a report to the human resources department claiming during a manicure wynn pressured her to take her clothes off and have sex with him. >> she said she did not want to do that. she was married. and he told her that she had to do that. >> reporter: wynn resorts say they never have received any complaints. wynn has denied all of the
accusations, calling them preposterous preposterous. adding the instigations of the allegations are the work of my ex-wife, elaine wynn with whom i'm in a lawsuit. the board of directors of wynn resort said in a statement they re reluctantly accepted his resignation. he is a philanthropist and visionary. he played the pivotal roll of transforming las vegas into the entertainment destination it is today. wynn resorts say several big projects here in las vegas and outside boston his resignation allows the projects to move forward more easily. this morning, the company he founded and that bears his name will move forward without him. >> blake mccoy in vegas. thank you. we want to check in with al. you're the man of the morning with the messy map. >> let's look down south where
they have drought conditions. they can use this rain. some of it coming down heavily at times. look anywhere from a half an inch to an inch of rain throughout the southeast. and then tomorrow we've got another storm system coming across the plains and through the midwest. 12 million people under winter storm watches through northern illinois and indiana. we're looking at anywhere from 8 to 12 inches of snow through the plains. and tomorrow evening, into friday morning, we're expecting some heavier snow from cedar rapids right through detroit. going to be airport delays and school closings friday. kids, three-daweekend. woy o good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. snow and ice this morning. a slippery commute. icy cessions for much of the philadelphia area. snow and ice farther north and west. eventually it'll change over to rain. the afternoon temperatures will be warming significantly after some icy conditions in new jersey 50 with rainy skies this afternoon. rain will be coming down this
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welcome back. the winter olympics begin tomorrow. and that has the neighbor to the north in the spotlight. >> how are people in north korea feeling about the start of the game and the escalating tension with the u.s. keir simmons traveled to north korea to find out. he joins us now from pyeongchang. keir good morning. >> reporter: good morning. tomorrow, north korea will hold a military parade a day ahead of the opening ceremony here where south korean athletes will compete alongside north koreans. the americans accusing north korea of using the olympics for propaganda. we spent a week inside north korea and gained rare access to the people there. the flight into north korea crosses mountainous train,
southeast to the capital. we drove at dusk from the airport. first impressions, clean. organized and a lot of people inapponsd fro american war counts as a school outing here. learning here? we are learning about the great fighting spirit of our war heroes this child tells me. america gave unfathomable people he says. here an amusement park in the capital. bumper cars. they'res these gu ca not connected to the worldwide y're small of a growing economy. the average income around $1,000 to $2,000 a year. but everyone we met was quick to thank one person for everything. the country's supreme leader. you thank kim jong-un for this ifthis? at a beer hole the usual bar
chat snacks. smoky, vinegary chewy. you need beer with it. the conversation becomes more animated as bar talk often does. what do you think of america? we are ready to fight, this man says until our last drop of blood. but another says truthfully we don't want to become america's enemy. as fathers, we all want peace. in this tightly controlled country, you can never be sure what people are truly thinking. they are constantly accompanied by government officials, listening in and translating. inevitably we weren't shown evidence of what amnesty international calls violations of most aspects of human rights. this the country where otto warmbier was sentenced for 15 years for the theft of a poster. the student mysteriously fell into a coma and never regained consciousness. on friday otto warmbier's dad
will attend the olympic opening ceremony as a guest of vice president pence. the diplomatic tension, spi over in the sports arena. among those who two north korean skaters. their olympic dreams have flourished here under the watchful eye of the leaders. when you're from north korea, the pressure is at another level. wementor this 74-year-old speed skating champion. she was the first korean to medal at a winter olympics back in 1964. she has dreamt of north and won.r, she explains lived in the south. i last spoke to him in 1990, she says. four years ago, he died of cancer. for decades, families have been divided, lives devastated by a conflict that here they say, never ended. in an education center, with its own replica missile, young
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[ applause ] good morning, everyone. good morning. welcome. i'm megyn kelly. we begin this morning with breaking news. nbc news has confirmed that actress nicole eggert has filed an incident report with the lapd. nicole was on this program last week in her first live television interview. she recounted her claims of sexual misconduct against actor scott baio in the 1908 80s, when the two were onle the hit show "charles in charge." the statute of limitation has one on a criminal case on that conduct. but detectives could conduct an investigation and forward