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sore winner? . good morning. sore winner, donald trump now claiming voter fraud cost him the popular vote, this hours after hammering hillary clinton for backing recount efforts in key swing states. is there any prf voing and at this point does any of it really matter? bidding farewell, cuba begins nine days of official tributes for former dictator, fidel castro. we're live in atlanta. visitors at the popular bourbon street tourist spot run for cover as one person killed
>> we will go to the ends of thoert bring them back to justice. big spenders. americans shatter holiday shopping records over the weekend to the tune of nearly $3.5 billion. retailers are hoing for a huge cyber monday as they get ready to point, click and buy. monday, november 28th, 16s. mat and savannah guthrie live from >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. you know the definition of calm before the storm. i will show you some video right now. this is a live look at the amazon distribution center over in new jersey. that place is going to be jumping. >> it's cyber monday. i have been limpberg up my fingers, i know you are ready to
>> rumor is you're done with your shopping. >> i try to be organized. president-elect trump blasting hillary clint for recounting votes even though he claims fraud cost him the popular vote. good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt, good morning to you. this morning, the president-elect is back home from the holiday and back in new york, back online tweeting those accusations of the drama over his cabinet selections heats up. his election allegations unsub stangiated and unproven. the president-elect undeterred tweeting he won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally a claim by some websites without evidence.
specifically, virginia, new hampshire and california. the president-elect's transition team has not clarified what exactly what he's talking about and it is clear he is talking seemingly irritated by an election recount set in motion by the green party presidential candidate, jill stein and maybe more battle grounds, too, hillary clinton's campaign jumping in saying they didn't start the battle nor do they expect it to change the results. her campaign lawyer tweet attacked for participati in a recount we didn't ask for by a man who won election but thinks there is massive fraud. the president-elect trying to use clinton's own words against her in another tweet citing this moment from november 9th. >> we must accept this result and look to the future. >> it is a total and complete hypocritical joke that the group of people thought they were nervous about president-elect trump not conceing are the
68,000 votes. >> reporter: one of the president-elect's top aides in an implicit recount rebuke referening a 45 minute conversation between donald trump and president obama this weekend. >> there is a respect for the process and peaceful transition of power which is why this recount by jill stein and now the hillary people is so confounding and disappointing. >> reporter: kellyanne conway, pushing against mitt romney and for rudy guiliani, secretary of state. >> i'm all for unity but not sure we have to pay for that with the secretary of state position. >> reporter: two top transition aides say the president-elect is now furious at that action, at those comments with other aides saying they are baffled about the very public discussion over
position matt and a savannah. donald trump will be having more meetings at trump tower today. >> before you go, back to the recount situation, what's the likelihood it happens and what's the likelihood it makes a difference? >> reporter: in wisconsin you have a series of local clerks fishingurg out how much a recount can cost and if the green partyan expansion, jill stein says she can, you will see the recount set in motion maybe with the possibility of two other states, michigan and pennsylvania, and the possibility of it changes everything, extraordinaily slim and you'd still need two other states to flip well, for hillary clinton to take the presidency again, very slim chances.
>> reporter: wisconsin has a deadline set by the state of december 13th, to get this recount finished which means you've already seen these local municipaliies worry they have to work night and weekends to get this done if it does happen. today is the day to trigger a recount in pennsylvania and wednesday in michigan, where that vote margin is the closest about 10,000 votes. >> thank you very much. mourning begins for fidel castro. andrea, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, savannah. cubans will begin lining up to pay their respects at revolution square in have -- have van naw, fidel castro honoring his controversial legacy. preparations for ceremonies today where fidel castro will be honored before his remains are carried through the island's
their final resting place sunday in a mausoleum built for this day. at the university of have van naw, students held their own memorial. >> i think fidel castro was a good man. he always fought for the right of the cuban people. >> reporter: across the city a different view, human rights protesters known as the ladies in white saying the state security police warned them to stay home this week instead of holding thei now that fidel has gone or is everything the same? she says nothing will change. the ditaor raul castro will continue fighting his war having fought 11 presidents and is seen in a strikingly different way from president obama and saying
this enormous impact of this figure and the people around him and donald trump president-elect, fiing squads, theft, unimaginable suffering, poverty and denial of human rights. obama sees the opening of cuban connections as his legacy. direct commercial flights, internet service. cracks in the 50 year trade embargo like the first tourist dollars like this immigrated who drives a 1950 chevy red convertible. >> we are getting better. >> reporter: since congress has long refused to lift that trade embargo with cuba, president obama made these changes by executive order. president-elect trump can change all of that when he takes office. today, his aides are sending mixed signals how much he intends to roll back.
major developments in syria where the government has captured eastern aleppo, held for the past four years. forces have captured nearly 10 neighborhoods putting nearly 30% of aleppo under government control. thousands of civilians fled aleppo over the weekend to escape very heavy fighting. here, the army corps of forcible remoing demonstrators but federal officials said they would need to leave by december the 5th and protesters and law enforcement and increasingly harsh winter conditions there and protesters say that request will only escalate conditions.
ban street manhunt. our nbc affiliate in new orleans. >> reporter: this morning, stunning new video, captuing the frantic moments when a spray of gunfire unleashed chaos on one of the most popular tourist incidents in the country. >> we need ems, all three! >> reporter: shedding bloodshed on the world famous bourbon street. >> somebody shot. i got one shot in the hands. i got another one shot somewhere else, i can't tell right now. i need that ems asap. >> reporter: killing one and leaving nine injured. >> we don't believe those shot were the intended targets. >> reporter: it escalated sunday morning from an argument to a shootout. the suspect is on the large and
away despite a ramped up police presence. >> this is an active robust police investigation and we are continuing to work every angle very aggressively. >> reporter: police identified the victim from baton rouge, his tragic death serving as a reminder of the shooting that killed one and injured nine others also. >> this is an unconscionable act unacceptable and continues to put violence has played on the streets of new orleans. >> reporter: new orleans mayor promiing to increase police presence to keep new orleans safe during the holiday season. >> reporter: this morning as people are starting to wake up, the presence still fresh in everyone's mind, a makeshift memorial on the corner where that shooting happened.
those shot new orleans police are continuing to investigate. in fact, they'll spend monday collecting surveillance footage near the shooting scene and asking for the public's health. any with information is asked to come forward, especially if they have cell video of the shooting and aftermath of that shooting. >> kelsey davis, thanks very much. it is cyber-monday as the holiday shopping picks up steam. people were on the internet in record numbers over the weekend. jessica is at very busy warehouse at robbinsville, north carolina. >> reporter: they're prepaing to package millions of packages after a very strong showing over the weekend. not everything you see on sale or online will necessarily be a
expected to log-on an shop today making it potentially the biggest online shopping day in history according to the index. it comes after a record setting black friday topping the$3 billion mark, a 21% jump over last year. the breakdown, 99.1 million shoppers headed out to the stores while more than 108 million shopped online. unlike last year, retailers prepaing for a wave of spending on walmart and target already reporting 60% of online purchases were made with smartphones and tablets during the thanksgiving weekend. some of the deepest cyber discounts, walmart offering the iphone 5s for $149. and bedding and throw pillows
this busy mother plans to shop online this year. >> i don't have to deal with the crowds and get to stay in the comfort of my home and do online shopping. >> reporter: make a list and check it twice to avoid overspdi fo coupon codes for an extra percentage off and free shipping and always be skeptical. >> do your research ahead of time to know which item is the best possible quality for t that doesn't mean just going for the cheapest item you find. >> reporter: you may think or see a lot of these cyber monday sales are stretching through the entire week because a lot of traditional brick and mortar retailers are hoping to cut into amazon's real estate of all of that online shopping. we will look further to tell you where you can find the best
night you missed an exciing football game between broncos and chiefs. the game winning kick. five seconds left in overtime, kansas city kicker, carlos santos lines up for a 40 foot field goal. it bounces off the left side and chiefs win 30-27. let's rewind, another moment people are talking about. second quarter. chiefs kicker hill opening. he goes all the way up the sideline. watch this, at some point he slows down enough so he can high-five one of his teammates before he goes into the end zone, which is a great thing unless someone catches you from behind. >> can you imagine? >> luckily it did not. >> i know you can't do like the end zone dance. >> i know there's no crying in football. i'm not sure about high-fiving. >> i like that.
weather? >> we have a lot of interesting stuff to start the weather. we have snow in arizona, your home state, savannah. flagstaff. look at all this snow. it was a mess, all part of this same system. ahead of this system, violent weather being spawned, red cloud, nebraska, we had tornadoes reported, fortunately no real damage but more severe weather to talk about today. right now we have slight risk for 8.2 million people, hail possible, isolated tornadoes but also an enhanced risk where over 3 million people from louisiana to tupelo, mississippi, parts of alabama, as well, tornadoes can't be ruled out. chicago, cleveland, cincinnati, into late tonight and heavy rain and scattered strong storms. we move to tomorrow, the rain starts to spread to the
>> that's your latest weather. >> you said rain on wednesday. >> i did. >> the tree. >> are we? had. >> but not with candles. it should be okay. >> okay. >> al, thank you. >> al, thank you. coming up, the search intensifiesor ever allegedly kidnappe a california mother and held her captive for weeks. live with new developments on the investigatn. > three years after leaving
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we're back now, 7:30, monday morning, 28th >> there is he 2016. this is the christmas tree the getting ready and we'll be there rain or shine. >> you get to wish your kids happy birthday on tv. so, tice, happy 10th birthday. >> double digits. >> happy birthday. president-elect donald trump is now questioning the results saying millions voted illegally
for its involvement in an election recount in wisconsin and perhaps two other states. jury selection begins today in the federal trial of dylann roof accused of killing nine at a church in south carolina. he was declared competent to stand trial last week. hoing the winner will come forward today, one winning ticket for in lafayette, tennessee. now to the mysterious abduction of a young mother in california. sherri was found three weeks after she vanished for a job. now, police are stepping up the search for who ever might have kipped her. gadi schwartz has the latest. >> reporter: the missing sign is still up. found, thank you, welcome home,
women who may have abducted her here, held her for three weeks and dropped her off over 150 miles away. this is the dark stretch of california highway where drives saw a frantic sherri papini at 4:30 in the morning, shackled, and begging for help. monday, the 34-year-old mother of two said she had been k women described as hispanic. >> she is adviing she is heavily battered and it is confirmed kidnapping. >> reporter: over the weekend, detectives combing the area trying to find any surveillance video of the dark suv driven by captors. the closest video was this church where members say there wasn't much video to see. did they find anything? >> no, they didn't find
transported to the local hospital in the ac men toe area and treated for her life-threatening injuries. >> reporter: now joined by her husband ruled out early on as a person of interest after passing a lie detector test. her family grateful and asking for support. her sister asking for privacy. i. >> i'm concerned with the healing of my sister. >> reporter: in the nxt description of the kidnappers or information on their possible motives. >>e s ag that woua you think this was anything but a kidnapping? >> to this point, absolutely not. >> reporter: at last check, over 20 search warrants had been filed, many still under seal. meanwhile, 400 tips have been investigated and the sheriff is still asking any with information to please come
weather. looks like a messy map over there. >> we have drought in the southeast and northeast as well. take a look. so far, little rock has only gotten 1.6 inch, same in jackson, birmingham, lace than threen -- less than three-quarters of an inch. jackson, 15% and little rock a third of what they need. in the northeast. anywhere from severe to extreme ug relief. the frontal system will bring showers late this afternoon. worm tropical air, the first shot of showers and thunderstorms. wednesday, there's a secondary system coming up, low pressure from the south, bringing strong gusty winds and heavy rain likely on wednesday. through friday, talking anywhere from 2-3 inches of rain from central new york to pennsylvania. as matt mentioned in the last half hour, the tree lighting on
likely, but as savannah pointed out, it will be mild. that's what's going on around the country. nice looking sky out there this morning. red and orange glow to it. these clouds will be thickening up and the sky grey as the afternoon goes along. no need to worry about the umbrella for today. temperatures are cold. low to mid 30s in the mid 50s under increasing numbers of clouds and rain will be here tuesday and wednesday. >> don't forgot to go to the weather channel on cable for your weather. and speaking out her escalaing war of wars with the
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7:39. actress lea remini quit the church of scientology three years ago and afterwards she's been very vocal about her experiences. and now she's out with a documentary that talks about the church's conduct. >> these are just some of the things the church said about me. >> leah remini taking the church of scientology to task. >> she needs to move on with her life instead of exploiting her former religion. >> when you stop [ blee] people's s family, will, too. >> reporter: she was a former member and left it behind and since then she hasn't shied away from making serious claims of her own in her new book labelled "trouble maker" on tv and nbc. >> we believed in something because it starts out normal.
mother, better sister, better friend. talking to ellen on the rift of speaking out. >> my story pales in comparison to what happens to other people. hue people are bulied into silence. we don't have 3 billion dollars to protect ourselves. what i have is i'm an actress and able to speak. >> in a statement, the church of scientology strongly denied her claims stating in part leah remini needs toe for her personal and professional setbacks and needs to fight for her own life. >> the church of scientology has created friends and foes. >> good morning. good to see you. i was thinking about this. you wrote your book and told
public battle with scientology. >> right. >> why? >> i think it's important. i sat back when i left the church and wrote my book and i thought it was done. i was watching what was happening to former members and former high ranking clergy of the church and watching what the church was doing in response. i felt i had a responsibility to help out where i could. i'm not a big fan of bullies. i was a fighter in the church. this is what they taught me so i will continue my fight. i'm on the right side of that fight right now. i want to send a message i'm not going sit back and allow it to go on. people are talking about their experiences of physical abuse and mental abuse. to be called a liar and victimize victims is not okay with me. >> obviously, the church denies the allegations.
who is this for? >> it's for the victims. for the people who have spoken out but also for the people who maybe don't have the strength to fight, feel they don't have a voice. it doesn't just have to be -- i'm getting a thumbs up, back at you. i want to give people strength, not just with this organization but with any bully. i just hope that's what the message is. >> thest what happened to you? you were a member of this church since you were a little girl. >> most of my life. >> what was it like to leave? >> it's difficult to leave. i'm lucky because i am an actress and i have a lot of support. for me, it pales in comparison to former high ranking executives had to deal with and parishioners had to deal with and average everyday
to this and now they're suffering for speaking out. >> i think that's something a lot of people who hear about this think i don't understand, if you're in any other church, you don't want to be in it anymore, you just leave. that's it. >> that's the difference here. if you speak out, you're labelled an enemy to the church and the church has policies on how to deal with its enemies and they go after them. it's in their own policies. so they don't know any different church. i understand that and have compassion for it. you do become a person who's very hateful and you're very judgmental towards any who isn't a scientologist. a critic of scientology is dealt with in a very specific way. that is unlike a real church. >> the church says it doesn't disconnect families or encourage people. >> well, they're sly. they are sly in that they are
of disconnection, as it's categorized in the press because the press doesn't know. if you're not in it your whole life you don't actually know the inner workings of their policies and their policy is very specific about how you deal with someone who has spoken out about the church of scientology and there is no option but to disconnect or you will get kicked out of the church. for members who were in it their holes lives, this is an everyday proposition, a quarter of average parishioners. the dedication it takes to be a scientologist is a lot. it's not easy to just walk away. most people say why not just get up and leave. you're leaving everything you've ever known, you're giing up your whole life because that is what it takes to be a scientologist and you're going to be losing your family because most of your family and friends are scientologists. >> the church has issued
about this documentary. i know you're familiar with them because your lawyer wrote back to them and said you inflicted damage on leah and asked for $1.5 million and the church said that amount is for extortion. we put the whole thing on today.com for fairness. what do you say to that accusation you're in it for money? >> i'm not going to get a dime. i've given millions to the church and they amassed$3 billion. i think t organization, how they respond to its critics. it's not just me. it's any who has spoken out. any is called a liar, everyone is called an apostate and everyone is called the same thing. i'm in good company. they did to it anderson cooper and ellis gibney and award winning filmmaker, paul hagitz, oscar winner. i'm in good company. it say morse about them than me.
do this fight. >> yeah. i tell annie everyday i don't know if i want to do this. it's not an easy thing to do but i think it's the right thing to do. i'm not talking about myself, i'm talking about its victims and i feel it's an important message and feel this is the path i'm supposed to be on at this point in my life. >> leah remini. thanks for being here. the documentary airs tomorrow night on just ahead what you should never bring to work if you want your co-work others to have a
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7:56 is your time on this monday, november 28th, 2016. good morning. i'm eun yang. we will get right to melissa mollet with a look at traffic and the roads. >> hi. silver and orange line single track in between east falls church until december 21st. and this has cleared out of the way. new northbound 28 before the toll road, crash blocking two left lanes. >> thankou q break now and check your forecast next.
inter. good morning, everybody. whatever amount of sunshine you will get today will come earlier and not later. already mid and high level clouds filling out the sunshine. temperatures cold. in the 20s and 30s first thing. you will need your warm coat this morning and temperatures just about average, low to mid 50s under more and more cloud cover. 100% chance for rain tomorrow and wednesday. it will be a mild rain with temperatures up in the and friday and saturday. >> more in 25 minutes. back to the "today" show after
it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, cyber monday deals after a retail setting friday. what could be a huge deal online. where to find and how to safe while you're at it. plus, can't stop the beat. we sit down with the all-star cast of "hair fray live," and get the lowdown on the big hair and even bigger music. >> costumes are amazing, everyone sounds amazing, everyone is funny and happy. getting in the holiday spirit.
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>> one of the tallest trees we've had, actually. >> a little tree trivia. we will save you money on the holiday, your complete guide to cyber-monday. this is a week of steals and deals. we will do the dudes tomorrow. >> we had a little snowball fight. first, let's take a look at some headlines. here is the news at 8:00. >> i'm gabe gutierrez in havana, up to say good-bye to fidel castro, many roads already blocked off. he may have turned over power to his brother a decade ago. in this country, he is still larger than life. >> reporter: this morning, final preparations under way at revolution square and thousands to pay their respects to fidel castro, the man who started the revolution and one of the world's most iconic and controversial leaders.
>> reporter: havana eerily quiet, bars and night clubs shut down and students gathering in silence during a nine day stretch of mourning. >> i think fidel castro was a good man. he always fought for the right of cuban people. . >> reporter: the first sunday in years the ladies in white did not march after church telling andrea mitchell state security while critics in miami, and wondering if donald trump will reverse recent openings president obama made while in office. >> will he keep some of these changes? >> nothing definite. he will be speaking with his advisors. : as several airlines launch flights to ku bain the coming weeks. >> are you hopeful?
>> reporter: starting wednesday, the military will escort his ashes through the countryside and expected to be buied on sunday. matt. >> thank you very much. to wisconsin where officials are expected to meet today to consider a specific timetable to consider recounting that state's presidential vote. it was set in motion by green party candidate, jill stein, with hillary clinton now joining in and other recounts possible in pennsylvania and michigan. presid prt-sso change the impact of the election, in addition to winning the electoral vote, trump says he won the popular vote if you deduct, in his words, the millions of people who voted illegally and provided no evidence supporting that claim. police looking for two suspects in connection with a deadly shooting that happened in the french quarter. it escalated into gunfire
bourbon street, sending people running for their lives. one person killed and nine others wounded. it took place in spite of a ramped up police presence for the thanksgiving weekend. coming up, jean chatzky will tell you where the best deals are for this cyber monday and how you can shop safe. and john maris and his confession that he said made him weep like a baby. we will catch up with
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a happy cyber monday. >> thank you. we like to call it getting nothing done at work day. >> i just bought a dozen illute n awesome gift. >> we all know we do it. a new poll shows 65% of workers admit chaning their computer screens when online shopping when the boss comes up or other distraction techniques. bu that same survey says 65% of managers says they're all right with it if their employees shop online at work, they're cool just as long as the habit isn't excessive. >> i don't know. i think it depends on the line of work. >> are we talking about today or in general. >> when you ask me these clarifying questien you know i've only just read it. >> never mind, my mistake. >> i don't know if you want your
>> let's talk about something else that happens all the time at the office, you're sitting down at your desk and your co-worker sits down at the cubicle next to you and they have their lunch. maybe it's pizza or popcorn or the fish they cooked in the microwave. in a survey they said the foul odors from a co-worker's lunch can be so bad it hampers productive and prevents them from doing their microwave -- >> what would be the worst offenders, i think they already put them on the screen. who cooks sardines in the office and cheese and eggs. >> who eats sardines? we used to eat them all the time. okay. >> really spicy mustard on a cracker. >> okay. i'm wrong, i admit. don't send the hate mail.
>> don't get me going on anchovies. >> e next time you're making lamb, dissolve the anchovy and cook the lamb in that. anchovy and tuna, post it online, al. >> are we done? >> we're hungry now. >> let's cook fish. >> who do you love to follow on >> you set me up with snoop yesterday. >> i follow everyone on instagram. you have good ones. i follow all the musicians. >> very nice. >> bleacher report. >> sports. >> apparently "rolling stone" has ranked the 100 best instagram accounts, present company excluded. here are the ones topping the list. this is not surprising, kim
surprisi, beyonce. are you ready for number 4? >> give it. >> the tsa. the transportation security administration, yes! >> why? >> it won praise for showing all the crazy items people try to bring on planes. >> like what? >> for example, glad you asked. this dragon claw. >> does that belong to lady gaga? >> someone put that in checked baggage. >> you don't want on. >> what do you do with that? wash your teeth? >> a large dagger someone tried to get inside the eiffel tower and this gas mask adorned with bullet, it was stuffed into a carry-on bag. they call it fascinaing and entertaining yet horrifying. >> fascinaing and entertaining unless you're behind the guy trying to get through security.
get stuff through. >> great. >> tamron, save us. >> here we go. john mayer will save us. if you saw him crying on an airplane, he started watching the show we're all obsessed with, nbc's hit show, "this is us." over the weekend, just saw the first episode of "this is us" and i'm hooked, crying and the first episode, have to let this create track for an even more suspicious -- >> what does that mean? >> tracking the tears. >> following. >> he's a writer. >> he's a beautiful writer. >> one of the show's stars, mandy moore, spotted the tweet and wrote back, glad you're digging it. john tweeted beyond dig, i'm
emotionally reckless stunts ever, watching it on an airplane. >> the "notebook." >> let it go. >> let it go. over the weekend, j.lo hit the town in miami with her friend and jennifer got caught dancing, like no one was watching. ?? >> uh-huh. >> moment of silence. what av you got? >> she's got moves, baby. >> i thought the exact same things you did and none of them worked. >> happy thanksgiving. >> i love that no one was watching. who wouldn't be watching j.lo in those pants? come on. >> maybe take the fifth. you guys got nothing?
>> i will go do the weather. seems like a good idea. thank you very much, my friend, i like it! this is not anthony's fault. they put him back there, right? you tried to move. come on. >> that's a bum hand. anyway, we have the tale of two counties depending where you are, the jet stream, up to the north, detroit, 9 degrees above average, new york city, 52. you go out west, salt lake atlanta will be 75. tucson is about 10 degrees colder. look later this week, temperatures start dropping, omaha, memphis, charlotte, philadelphia, by friday, you're down to 52 degrees. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> cold outside this morning,
clouds moving in fast and will continue to thicken throughout the day. afternoon temperatures in the 50s more and more cloud cover. should be dry through the daylight hours and evening plans. and cincinnati and louisville is the rain that will be here tomorrow. have the umbrellas ready to go tuesday and wednesday, though it will be raining it will not be cold. in the low 60s with rain chances. >> where am i going next, anthony? > more on the cyber-monday rush, retailers are putting out a new batch of bargains. they're already busy at this certainty in robbinsville, new jersey. more importantly, how can you protect your information while shopping online. here is jane chatzky. happy holidays. the weekend was crazy busy, record sales.
getting warmed up or they're all tapped out already. >> i think they're just getting warmed up. they are projecting 122 million people will shop online today, a bump from last year, and, specting $33.6 billion in sales. that would beat black friday that came in at $3.34 billion. it's a tight race. >> when you go online today and looking for bargains, are you you could have found on black friday? >> depends where you're shopping. we have different sales today, some not quite as good, some are better. we are seeing more sales site-wide sales, 50% off at the gap plus an extra bump. 50% off at banana republic and j. crew and one they're excited about, 50% off target and extra bump if you have the credit card. >> does it happen all day long
effect? >> it depends. we will talk about the site apps in just a second. there are different sales that roll out through the day, particularly on amazon. >> let's say i'm going to do shopping. what are the items i have to buy today. >> if you're looking for a 4k tv, deals are pretty good, as good as they were on black friday. same with computers, you will get slightly different models. with these l, it's very important to check the review us and featur we're starting to seep deep discounts on winter apparel and boots popular and lots of travel deals. >> airfare, hotel, those sort of things? >> particularly airfare trying to fly overseas to europe and expedia is rolling out a lot of deals on its app. >> let's say i go online and think i've got an great price, how do i know i've gotten the
>> i like an app called cameca hy it will show the store barometer if it's ever been sold at a lower price. you need to make sure you see all these things because people are contacting you in different ways, through e-mail, social media and their own particular apps, all about downloading their apps. >> we can't talk about the good in addition to possible bad. in addition t caught up in it. >> in the app store we had a big problem this holiday season with fraudulent apps. you want to make sure when you download an app to shop with a particular merchant you're getting the real app. you can tell because the real app won't have reviews with faulty english. it will have reviews if you have no reviews on an app at all,
a sign. >> i'm going online, i will be putting a lot of personal information onto website, how do i protect myself? >> no matter what device you're shopping on, laptop, tablet, if you've not downloaded the latest version of the update, don't use public wifi and credit cards over debit cards although debit cards have zero liability protection it's a hassle and stick to one credit card and gives you a place to track all your shopping. >> lots to think about on cyber-monday. guys? >> we're just shopping right now. >> you're on some gamer website over here. the next big musical that's live is one week away. >> this time the cult classic "hairspray" in 1962.
dance program and works to integrate the all white star. >> you will see a star-studded cast. >> reporter: "hairspray live" promises to be a flurry of makeup, big hair. >> everyone is sunny and happy. it's too much. >> everyone's excited. it's inspiring. we bounce off each other. >> reporter: the all-star cast features jennifer grande, derek hough, martin short. >> we kept naing the cast. that's amazing. no, what? they offered up a sneak peek at the macy's thanksgiving day parade performing, you can't stop the beat. >> this group has so much experience performing in front of crowds, whether it's on broadway or concerts.
with millions watching. >> any nervious? >> gee, when you put it that way. not until you kind of spoiled it for us. >> what makes it so special is that it is live. i think any imperfections the audience might see will actually enjoy. >> joining these familiar face is newcomer, mattie, a college student who answered an open casting call with a thousand other actresses. >> the role of "hair fray live" will be performed by mattie ballio. >> do you feel like you're dreaming? >> i can't believe i'm here. >> and repriing his tony winning role from broadway, he has total faith in the newcomers. >> tay i think mattie
that's what he said about you, girl. >> keep it coming! >> it's true. >> which one is maddie? >> martin short plays maddie's dad which also makes him firestein's husband. >> absolutely. i was going to do it in this voice and i realized harvey had that voice. i've had to rethink the entire character. >> arianna, you are a right? >> yes. very much so. >> this must be an incredible opportunity? >> it's such a dream. it's truly inspiing and exciting and electrifying and wakes you up. >> seeing one of the biggest pop stars in the world is so cool for me. >> "hairspray" is set in 1960s baltimore and for all its upbeat music and laughs, focuses on a serious topic, racial
media just the other day, blows my mind how relevant this story is today. >> it is. even in this, we are marching, you're petitioning, trying to find a way to come together, trying to go against the odds of diversity and, you know, like bring each other together. now, to be here today, this is too familiar. >> we've been rehearing and moved to tears literally every single time. it will be so hard to everyone gets out of this? >> i think understanding we are all different and that's what makes us brilliant as a race, as a country. >> i hope people remember, too, the arts has power to change lives. and that's really what the message is, i guess. >> powerful ideas wrapped in a live and lively three hour spectacle.
news, los angeles. >> like here, live here, no net. >> my stomach hurts. what we do is not like that. >> we need a prompter. can you imagine? >> they have christian chenoweth, a bunch of broadway stars early on. >> you can catch it right here on nbc! >> you can't stop the beat. you were singing with me. singers, and you can't stop the
good morning. it's 8:26. let's start with a check on your morning commute. here's melissa mollet. >> good morning. northbound va 28 before road still has a crash still blocking two left lanes this morning. new problem, gw parkway a broken down vehicle blocking the lane. you can see the slowdown there. gw parkway, road work in the left lane until 3:00 this afternoon and safetrack kicked off today. thank you. a check on your forecast when we
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?? welcome to "today," i'm matt lauer. >> i'm savannah guthrie. >> you might be thinking there's something different about those two. >> that's because we got animation makeover. >>, i like the new look. >> we look good. >> they made me a stork. >> they made me a bull. >> they didn't tell us what they were going to make us. >> that was fun. >> we will tell you more about that. >> what it takes to pull off the animated movie magic. >> josh groban is here and we're already soaking in his sounds
your holiday shopping. jill martin has you lined up with the steals and deals all week long beginning with bargain gifts. >> thosee beautiful. were those coasters? >> candles. >> gorgeous. >> you can use the top for coasters. >> did you see that bird just went through? >> is that a bird or a plane? >> come on, superman, bring the weather. al roker with the forecast. >> let us show you what we have for the week ahe the pacific northwest as we get to the midweek period. a lot of wet weather along the eastern seaboard. we need the rain. showers in the plains and by thursday, things dry out although we see rain returning through the gulf coast and snows and mountains. temperature-wise above normal and as you get to the west mid-atlantic week period, stas
resorts. above normal great lakes into northern new york and new england. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning, everybody. still have some faing sunshine this morning. we'll get just enough sun to allow temperatures ar the 20s and 30s now and 30s and 40s mid-atlantic 50s later on. 29 in manassas. 38 in arlington. certainly a cold start this here's your 10-day forecast. mild tuesday and wednesday and mild thursday and more rain next week. >> for more weather, head to our pals at the weather channel. tamron. mron? >> announcer: "share kindness" is sponsored by the y. supporting kids, families and communities for a better us.
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staeld&deals. -- steals&deals. >> all week long. >> every day we will have a bargain for a person on your list. >> today is for the ladies. >> moms and sisters, all the girls in your life. >> let's start with the scarves and gloves, everything 100% cash here. you either get the hat and gloves or you get the scarf. different colors and patterns, >> either a hat and gloves or scarf. >> i have a big head, 7 3/4s, and it fits. >> we will try them on. >> the niemann marcus and saks, $48. >> cozy. >> looking good.
>> jewelry department. >> jewelry, always big. >> one of our favorites. >> jennifer miller. >> retails for $225. this is the choice again. we have the jen's "it" bangle you can stack. retail is $225 for either or the delicate drop necklace. it's 14-karat white gold or yellow gold plating. the necklace is adjustable. you can either wear it. i'm wearing it now. wear those are great stacked and i love mixing metals. >> what's the price? >> retail for $25, deal, $59 for either. >> $59 for one bangle or necklace. >> it's called the joy bag, appropriate for the holiday, available in six colors.
berry. >> i like the shoulder strap. >> you need purse organization. >> usually $498, the deal, $99, 80% off. >> bear with me. my mother is a french teacher. these are made in the south of france. i will do my best. [ speaking foreign language ] >> what? >> a choice of two sets. you either get one hand soap, hand and body lotion or hand cream or the second set is two bars and soaps. one or two sets. retail, $56.50 to $58. the deal is $17. >> $17? >> up to 70% off. what's great about this, you can split it up into different
>> it's very efficient. >> classic home necklace, white or pearl, peacock pink or classic black. fans are taylor swift and michelle obama. retail, $475, the deal is $79. >> i love a nice candle. >> this can double i was thinking. >> a beautiful coaster. these retail $112. with this two piece candle set and you get two and they're mix and match. retail, $112, $32.50 for two. 70% off. >> hat and glove sets and scarves. mrk
that? >> they told me i would be the duck. we sent keir simmons to find out. >> everyone gets a shot at being a star. >> you're really funny looking. >> reporter: "sing" is a movie about, as you might expect singing. ?? >> reporter: sets that allstars like matthew mcconaughey. >> got nothing in my brain. >> reporter: scarlet johansen. >> ?? >> are you okay? >> yes, i'm fine. how are you? >> there's something a little different about these two. >> reporter: i recognize those voices. to find out how matt and savannah made this unlikely transformation, i headed to an unlikely place.
paris, yes, paris, where i meat the director of "sing" on his way to work. matthew mcconaughey, reece witherspoon. >> i know. they're amazing. the real divas, matt and savannah. >> reporter: movie magic and blockbusters like despicable me made here at the studios by an army of animators. >> bonjour, everybody. >> >> reporter: the secret of a great animated character. is, like matthew mcconaughey, a really great vocal performance. >> what's great about hitting rock bottom, there's only one way left to go. that's up! >> reporter: like the stars of the movie, matt and savannah need to deliver. no pressure, guys. >> let's do it. >> take one. >> this is take one of the mighty duo.
>> i'm savannah guthrie. >> garth just did the old, that was perfect. we need to change some things. >> you may be thinking there's something a little different about these two. >> that's because we have animation makeovers. >> savannah making it a little different. did she used to be a dancer? >> could you do it hands-free? >> welcome to "today." >> i'm matt er >> once matt and savannah had chosen their animal character, this guy, using state-of-the-art software and $20 mirror to get her expressions right is bringing savannah the stork to life. where is matt? along the hall, another team is at work. >> half the performance is being done by moses here an the other half by nicolas.
you, matt lauer is raing bull! >> the laid back in control style. >> i like the new look. >> finally, the big reveal. >> drum roll, please. >> welcome to today, everyone. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm savannah guthrie. >> you may be thinking there's something a little different about these two. >> that's because we got animation makeovers by illumination, the studio behind the upcoming movie "sing." >> yes, we did. i'm telling you, savannah, i like the new look. >> we'll be right back. >> reporter: if it took five guy more than a month to do 20 seconds for us, think how much went into a whole movie of "sing." >> very much a celebration of all music. >> oh, my gosh, look at her butt. >> reporter: one last thing, in the movie, all the stars like scarlett johansson sing their own songs. ? here's my number ?? >> you're recording matt and
>> we decided not do that because we're worried they would make our cast look bad. >> reporter: so, matt and savannah, if you ever walk out of 1a hoping to make it in this movies, there's a guy across the pond who's waiting for your call. >> ah-rava. >> i don't remember chooing our picked stork. >> would you have picked raing bull? >> it's been a long time since i looked that thin. >> you're wearing a lovely frock. >> looks fun. looks like an amazing movie. >> i can't wait to see that. >> "sing" from our sister company, universal, opens december 21st. coming up, a special live
>> i did simpsons once. it was an honor. >> this is "today" on nbc. >> no raing bull. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays. so in the 3.7 seconds it takes gary watson to beat the local sled jump record, fly, gary, fly. ...his friend can download 13 versions of the perfect song... ...his sister can live stream it... ...while his mom downloads how to set a dislocated shoulder. or the first year.
all the care your family needs. all connected for you. >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly esented to you by josh groban has sold more than 25 million records around the world. now, he's taking storm starring the great comet of 1812. if that's not enough he has great holiday music as well. great to have hire. >> broadway, you admitted to me you grew up wanting to do broadway. >> broadway! i did. but i got sidetracked by the music busy. and it was great to do the show.
you. your performance in "1812," for mr. groban make his broad way debut, he's not just adequate, he's absolutely wonderful. >> are you having fun? >> this is so fun. get to grow a beard for the first time in my life. when i did "fiddler on the roof" in school, i could not grow one. >> you have one of the most what does it mean to you? >> it's been a while since i released the record and first time doing a holiday one and i owe to it my fans. we chose this one. >> ladies and gentlemen, josh groban. happy to have you here. ladies and gentlemen, josh
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vanderwaal captured our hearts by winning on nbc. >> now, she has just released a song. you were singing your heart out in the thanksgiving parade. was it worth it being in the parade? >> and singing, it was so worth it. >> you did one of these. we had a little mome i sue you at the thanksgiving parade. i said, no, we like locked eyes. >> how was your thanksgiving after the parade? what did you end up doing? >> we had a real thanksgiving after, like the day after, that's when we had our real like thanksgiving. that day, we just went -- i think we went to a steakhouse. >> cool. >> nice. how exciing is it to have this
>> real exciting. i can't wait for people to hear it! >> are you nervous? >> no. >> i love your eukele. >> will you play us to the break? >> yeah. >> you will perform a full song in our next hour. >> play us out in style the last few seconds. ? i don't know ?? this is a news for "today" newsbreak. >> 8:56 is your time now. good morning to you. i'm eun yang. melissa. >> 270 southbound you can see a little bit slow there as you're headed to the outer loop. belt loop looking okay. the toll road still a crash
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it's a cloudy sky out there and those clouds will continue to thicken throughout the course of the day. the only reason we have a warm-up because of a southerly breeze in the 20s and 30s and 40s today and should make it to the low 50s under a mostly cloudy sky. rain chances move in tonight for much of the day tomorrow and may also have rain to deal with wednesday, too. here's your five-day forecast wednesday and drying out later this week.
this morning on "today's take," cyber-monday. we will show you the hottest online deals including a big give away. ot a super soup to warm you right up. a from "america's got talent" to our stage, the amazing grace from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from rockefeller plaza plaza. welcome to a monday morning november 28th, 2016. i'm al along with cameron and a good buddy of our program, entertainment expert, dave carter co-hosting "today." >> good to see you. >> thanks so much for having me. 16 years after my first time coming onto this show, happy to
>> and does not age. >> my god. thank you. >> i love the title, "entertainment expert." does that mean when you were 5 years old you went around scoring entertainment tunes you watched? >> wein my house? i've always been obsessed with tv and music. reading billboard amazing as a 10-year-old and knew who won the oscars every year. i was basically a doc. >> you were one of those kids you could not wait to get the fa guide"? >> for me like the fall preview issue. yes. >> one movie, last movie if you had to pick one before the lights go out on this life, what would you watch? >> i love "lost in translation." i'm huge bill murray fan where they become friends in tokyo in the hotel. that speaks to me and when i
>> we learned so much about you. >> how was your thanksgiving? >> i was up with my family in worcester county, which is where you used to live. >> i feel very lucky going to my parents' house is something i look forward to. makes me feel safe and secure and my mom and dad in the middle. we have 14 people. >> i love that well orchestrated family photo. my family ho backfliping the dog. >> very symmetrical. >> it is. uniform family. i love that. >> how was patti labelle's thanksgiving? >> patti labelle. i took the train to philly after they worked and watched you in the parade. i brought some pictures for you. here you go. this is me and patti labelle and her dog who is spoiled. i have to figure out how to frame this. she had it in the rear part of
everywhere. i have the pictures, i promise you but not showing you. that is the setting. you walk in and it's patti labelle's house. ooh, this is really patti labelle's house but i hadn't seen her yet. everyone is fixing the food and she saunters out in a patti labelle gown and takes the mike at her own party and sings at her own party. ?? >> there you have it. >> we all fell >> nice looking pool. >> i got goosebumps and gave her as a gift, patty's most famous cooking, what do i take patti labelle as a gift. i had these boots made from a french custom designer who makes shoes for lenny kravitz and rock stars. i took her these thigh high boots because she had seen them on me.
thanksgiving. >> what about the sweet potato guy? >> he was not there but i got as a parting gift, a sweet potato pie. she gives it to you as you're leaving the house. >> i was in the car eating the pie. her pies go viral. >> i know you were at work. >> it was not work. it is an honor to be part of this holiday tradition. i grew up watching this as many did. >> you were spongebob. >> that's right. it was fantastic. my kids have been coming for years. courtney, the oldest, slept in, although she joined us later for dinner. >> leila's hair is that hombre? >> hombre, she has a grey hombre thing working and we went to dinner at danielle's. >> you have a beautiful family. look at that.
>> next year i will have somebody working, i'll have a college freshman and a high school freshman. >> what will you do with all this time? >> oh, bring it! >> pay the bills. >> you will have time for holiday entertainment. >> i did. nick and i got to see rumowana this weekend, fantastic. >> what's the deal with it? >> catastrophe going on and voiced by johnson. >> how is it ranked? >> that this is number two top thanksgiving weekend ever. frozen, $93 million, it didn't quite get there. obviously, this has struck a
did it and a production you can get into like "hamilton." it's so good. i think it will get an oscar nomination. >> the story, we were talking earlier, she is in that genre of disney princess but one that does not have a love interest. >> i love it. >> she's doing her own thing. that's the new formula. there was a study on the fact the girls identified more with the p guy or not needing to be saved at all. my nieces 7 and 10 are all about. not a forced down your throat kind of thing, this is a very natural girl. this is what we do. >> very natural to want to see "rogue 1." "star wars." >> did you see the trailer? >> you know people are flipping out over this. >> we should do this tonight. >> buy advanced tickets, hits
forest whittaker in this. there is a new app you buy "star wars" tickets and get exclusive merchandise and even pre-order your popcorn. >> can you do it now or wait until later this evening? >> do it now. >> get on it because it will sell out. >> does this mark the official start of the holiday movies? >> some say november 1st, some people say thanksgiving, some people say now. >> who are these people? >> exactly. >> there are soma movies, this is like playoff season for me. i love "lion" from slum dog millionaire, and the first half of the movie anchored by this young man is phenomenal. that is with ryan gosling and emma stone. they sing and dance. >> ryan sings, too?
in the mickey house club singing and dancing. this is back to his roots in a way. the other movie i would tell you about is fences. the movie adaptation of viola davis and denzel washington going through a marital crisis to say the least. just give viola davis the best supporting oscar now, it's over and denzel did well, too. >> great to see on broadway. unbelievable. >> both are incredible. denzel directed it, too, very imprey. >>is hot list. my list is very unusual. nocal animals this weekend. super dark and emotional roller coaster and not holiday but it is so amazing. my heart was pounding.
how i temper this, this is the night i start, every night leading up to christmas i watch "love actually," a ritual. i put it in, pause it. i don't watch the whole film. >> never seen it. >> it's like this -- >> best christmas movie ever. >> i'm sorry, you have to go a long way to top "elf." smarter than buddy the don't think so. i will watch it. >> the opening scene of "love," you're at the airport and reminds you of that moment you're meeting a loved one. >> we didn't fly. >> just like the movie, all roads lead to forest gump. i don't even know what that means. you never know what you will get when tom hanks recreates the famous scene.
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back now with more back now with more on "today's take." al roker actually has seen "love" actually. >> yeah, i actually have. >> what happened? >> it was okay. >> you did say maybe you were in a bad move? >> give it a second chance. >> i have other movies to watch. >> what is this tom hanks thing? >> he was on one of my favorite
great north." across the pond. tom hanks proves he is all that and a box of chocolates. >> could you do the line from forest gump where he suddenly discovers how much he likes running. >> i would be happy to do it but you must show the lady with the cue card because otherwise people will think i've actually memorized this. show the lady with the cue card. cut over to her. >> she's there. >> you wouldn't believe it of me the wind blows. from that day on, if i was going somewhere, i was running good! >> no better sport. >> he talked about how rita wilson loves his forest gump tush because tom was in terrific shape not that he isn't now but he worked out for this role. he said she enjoys that. >> almost surprised he didn't
memorized. he gives speeches from hollywood and never has notes. very impressive guy. >> that's an impressive factoid about him. >> this is strange. went viral. kellogg's official facebook in the uk and ireland creae iin brunch controver, the recipe suggesting avocado stuffed with feta cheese. >> and jack, our stage manager? we're actually trying this right now? >> okay. i don't know why i agreed to it. >> the cornflakes look different. >> british cornflakes? >> this is the big breakfast. here's the first thing. it's dry. dry off the top. you can't eat cornflakes by the mass with no milk or something, almond milk.
>> nothing has a great -- avocado doesn't have a strong flavor. >> and cream cheese is dry -- you left cottage cheese out. >> it falls apart. >> this is so british. in america, we'd have cheese on. >> avocado toast, a little slice of avocado, garlic. >> they're so well-known for their food in england. it's surprising. >> you know what, maybe that brexit wasn't such a bad idea. >> oh! weather. >> weather. see what we have going on. we have strong storms today firing up, snow from the plains, strong storms from chicago to the gulf coast where we have an enhanced risk of strong storms in the lower gulf. staying chilly out west, temperatures anywhere from 20 to 30 degrees below average, warmer than average in the northeast and gulf coast states and we
weather, snows in the rockies, beautiful up and down the eastern seaboard. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> i we had clear skies overnight allowing temperatures in the 20s and 30s. the sun is warming up and clouds are thickening. 33 at dulles airport, 28 at manassas, 42 at washington's ronald reagan airport. high's today lows with an increasingly cloudy sky and rain showers back first thing tomorrow morning. if you don't have your umbrella today, know where it is for tomorrow. >> that's your latest weather. did not want to let the day to get away without remembering our dear dear friend, florence henderson, who passed away thanksgiving day. we all know her playing carol brady. in 1959, her connection with this show was performed.
fashion and other light news segments and 40s years later comes back and co-hosts the "today" show, a precursor to this show. she was wonderful. she was so delightful to be around. she was 82 years young. we will miss her. >> one of those perks of the job. we all were tv junkies as a kid and you're sitting alongside someone you're watching on tv you think about. >> i love it. up next, your one stop shopping for cyber-monday. we've sorted through the online deals and done the work for you because we're friends and what friends do. one retailer's big give away. what are they giing away? i hope that's one of the things. i love tech. but did you know that the lack of saliva
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induced coma and kick your shopping plans into high gear. >> and latino magazine, robin morano is here with cyberdeals. >> good morning, robin. >> 122 million americans will shop online this year making cyber-monday one of the biggest shopping deals of the year. >> this samsung 65 inch really really popular. you can stream music. this usually retails for 2199 and get it today for $999. >> $9.99?
>> it's at walmart. >> how about for kendall? >> this one is only $50 and usually retails for 80 and a big discount on their books. really popular. >> the dell inspirion? >> this is only $179. great if you want one for your kid or at home, have in your house. >> i do, too. i have this. >> this is the newest one, the play 1. people are loing this, mini but mighty. great. $50 off. it can be played in different rooms, remote control and awesome. >> i actually gave those out for christmas last year. >> what are we starting? >> these are earth shattering
>> 250 piece tool-set. >> they're for craftsmen. it has 58 pieces. you put together all those toys, everything they need, awesome. today, $140, over 50% off. >> people love these keurig coffee machines. >> people love these and keurig is having a site-wide deal, 25% off and free shipping and all the k-cups as well. coffee and hot cocoa and tea, really awesome. a great deal >> really? that's impressive. you can't go wrong. >> moving over slowly, to the kid part of this. this radio, what is it buy-out radio flyer? >> the american girl. >> the american girl right up the street, the most iconic doll collection ever. really amazing deals, these dolls here, the mini one for
nice gifts. you can give to friends and this accessory, super fun. wouldn't you love this? i have two daughters. >> your dool can camp out. >> a 50% discount. >> that's a great one. >> radio flyer doing two different deals every two hours. >> go to radioflyer.com, they are giing deals every two hours and can get some of their most popular items >> radio flyer is giing away five of these tesla cars and these are kid renditions, amazing. you can go forward if you want. >> this is auggie, by the way. you want to show us what you can do with the tesla? >> apparently he's out of gas. >> it's electric. >> it has is a $500 deal and they're giing five away.
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this morning on "today" food, all about soups and stews perfect for this time of the year. here a chef and partner at the soon to be open more italian in phx, lots of sun. >> yes. >> glad you're with us with a winter-type dish. >> everybody is so busy. one pot cooking. you can use pinto beans or any kind of beans. we hanelini beans.
translate. >> how long do you soak the beans for? >> at least eight hours. >> could you in a pinch use canned? >> you can. also on the directions, you can take those beans, put them in cold water, bring them to a boil two minutes and let them sit for an hour and it's the same. >> really? >> i learned that from reading the box. it's amazing. >> we love >> the soaked beans you put them inside. i have chicken stock. >> amazing. >> if you wanted to, you could use vegetable stock? >> absolutely. there's pan chet ta inside as well. >> which precludes you from using it. >> turkey bacon. we let that cook about 45 minutes or so. take about a quarter of the
cetta. >> i don't want to do this because i like your dress. >> we do this until it's pureed. strain it if you want. you don't have to. put those beans directly back inside and this is what we end up with. >> olive oil? >> a little olive oil and no cream. >> good crusty bread. >> what i will do is extra virgin olive oil that ads the cream and the starches and beans and makes it smoother coating it. >> this removes the avocado and cornflakes. thank you for that. >> you could double this. would it freeze well? >> very well. this is a great thing to freeze. something i keep in the refrigerator for my kids.
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better be more than 650. >> we do know you got your big break as bad boy malcolm winters. >> the baby daddy. and malcolm for your emmy role. >> look at my hair and my teeth. i'm not going to lie, you're not supposed to tell your secrets in hollywood. once i got a check for more than it was supposed to be. i got these bad boys done. that crooked thing was not happening. >> he then began fight as bad boy profiler. >> that's 650 episodes right there. >> now, shemar is starring in the new film "the bounce back" a relationship expert who helps people find love again. take a look. >> you know i'm about to go do my seminar. you really should come. >> i'm cool. i'm perfectly healthy. >> no, you don't. >> how would you know? >> you're a grown man who's
know. >> bag yourself a girlfriend, doug, a famous one would be nice. up and coming relationship guru comes into a love thing with a famous hollywood actress. sounds good, don't it? >> do it. >> good morning. good to see you. >> can i just say, i'm such a fan and groupie, i am finally on the "today" show. come on now. >> you've never been on the "today" show? >> not like this, front and center with all y'all. my mom is dancing around in her kitchen right mom, look it, roker in the building! roker in the building! >> after something like "criminal minds," was this a conscious effort to maybe change it up a little bit? >> what's fun for me, denzel washington once upon a time was on st. elsewhere. he left. george clooney was on "er" once upon a time and look what they've become. i'm not saying i'm then. i always say, call it corny if you want to, journey of a
thing in front of the camera. this is a dream come true. 23 years. excuse my redeye voice. i'm kind of the guy who just -- i'm really excited what the future has and my potential is. still want to do my thing in front of the camera, "the bounce back" is more than a movie for me. i made a movie when the odds are against the way we did it independently, indigo go and kick starter and call my fans the in just over a month we raised $230,000 just from fans just to show hollywood there's a demand for content and intriging content maybe they're not thinking about. i dug in my pocket and found a few more nickels and took it the rest of the way. i have friends, bill bellamy, my homey and denise vasquez i stole from denzel in "the flight" with him and a really good script and different than derek morgan kicking down doors.
ass" kicking down doors, this is a fun story of love. we didn't do the original but found a funny way to tell it. i don't care jo old you are, what color you are, this is a feel good time. >> you go got to get that enthusiasm up. you have to work on it. >> you just told us everything we need to know in one answer. >> i hope so. >> you play a dad for the first time which is really cool. >> that's very cool. thank you for bringing that people will see sides. i do my thing, on "criminal minds" i was engaged, married and had a baby in three episodes. in "the bounce back" you get to see me try to be the cool dad ends up being the corny dad from the bad hand shakes to the dance moves, all that stuff. on a serious note, the beautiful young lady, najeh, she was only
turned 15 and a few months ago we found out she's been diagnosed with stage 4 hodgkin's lymphoma. it's sad but through it all it's been very inspiring. her fire and spirit is amazing and she has lost all her hair but her mom said she's in the 85 percentile of beating it. i've done this baby girl movement and my mother has multiple sclerosis and i partnered with children's miracle network hospitals and we're raiing money for najeh and her bills and treatment. we're aware of other kids and i'm going to different hospitals and giing them the hugs and letting them know me and children's miracle network will raise money so they make to it see another day. >> bigger than a movie. "the bounce back" in theaters
>> while he's doing that, that's what's going on around the country and here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> partly to mostly cloudy sky out there. temperatures still in the chilly 30s in most of the neighborhoods. somewhat milder 42 in washington and 48 by the bay in annapolis. temperature will get up to the rain tomorrow and wednesday and another chance for rain thursday but it will be a mild one. we already know grace vanderwaal has talent and she will sing live after these messages. flavorlled pairings. enjoy our freshly filled pastas bursting with indulgent flavors. and perfectly paired with irresistible
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presented by "today." grace vanderwaal, a recently crowned champion of nbc's "america's got talent" slayed audiences with original music including "i don't know my name" earned her comparisons with taylor swift. >> now the 12-year-old unbelievable is about to release her debut called "perfectly imperfect" out this friday. >> good to see you. your birthday coming up in january. do you feel like a teenager still? how are you handling this? >> i never went into 7th grade. i am now home school. i'm stuck in sixth grade. i can't get it out of my mind. you know when you have a birthday and you're like, oh, hi, i'm 9, 10. the thing is i don't correct myself. hi, i'm a sixth grader.
i can't get into like seventh grade. >> you have time. >> we're glad you are where you are, right here. what are you going to play for us? >> i don't know my name. >> she's adorable. name." ? i don't know my say just trying ? ? so i heard you are my sister's friend ? ? you get along quite nicely you ask me why i cut my hair and
? i don't know my name i don't play by the rules of the game ? ? so you say i'm just trying just trying ? ? i went from bland and popular to joining the marching band ? i made the closest friends i ever have in my lifetime ? ? i am lost trying to get found in an ocean of people ? ? please don't ask me any questionsle there be a valid answer i'll just say ?
don't play by the rules of the game ? ? so you say i'm just trying just trying ? ? i now know my name i don't play by the rule of the game ? ? so you say i'm not try ? >> come on over. >> grace vanderwaal, that was wonderful. how do you feel? >> great. >> wonderful. >> your lovely mom is right over there, tina. she doesn't want to come over. that's okay. >> we're back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc. to
all right, young young auggie got his motor running, pedal to the motor. already got his tesla moving and already had a crash. there are five to give way. good luck with that. association has been helping us get toys to underprivileged children all over this country. melissa is here with jack to tell us about this, and ethan. >> a pleasure to be here. >> tell me about the donations. >> you will have many of these throughout the holiday season.
wonderful products. wonderful books from barefoot books. ethan has damsel in distress lunch boxes and doing great books. and jordan snl doing amazing bath and body products. >> cute. >> jack has osanna and skin care and we have great lunch bags and totes and many other companies. >> why is it so important for your members to donate every year? >> it's our 13 can't think of a better way to make a difference for children and their families. >> donate on our plaza and amazon.com and check out the website for the details. >> we want to thank dave carter
newsbreak. 9:57 is your time now. good morning. i'm eun yang. today, families fight to stay in their manassas home. they're being evicted in february because the city of manassas bought the land. it happened because the owner said he couldn't afford to fix a broken sewer system. people who live there are being offered $2300 to move.
getting rain and need it? >> we are 24 inches behind in rainfall since september the 1st. rain we need and will get. between the two combined, we will probably get an inch or 2 1/2 inches of rain. much more coming in the middle of the week and better still, we're dry by friday and saturday. >> thank you. coming up midday, a look how the district is getting ready for the holiday season. see you at news4 midday at 11:00. agine a world where the holidays are about joy again. where days are filled with magic instead of madness. at t.j. maxx, marshalls and homegoods, we've imagined the holidays this way for decades. it's why we never have crazy sales. never make you clip coupons. and always have amazing prices on popular brands and thoughtful gifts.
>> ann from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in c everybody, november 28th. cyber-monday. hope you had a really fabulous and blessed thanksgiving with friends and family. it's all about shopping, it seems. >> clickety-clack. >> so was friday and saturday. saturday was small down -- small business saturday. >> you're right.
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