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o a lot of super bowl talk from here on out and lady gaga and tom brady's jersey. where did that go. join us for the news at 11:00. good morning. . >> buenos días, una victoria >> he's in. patriots win the super bowl. >> tom brady leads from 25 points down to a stunning come from behind win. shocking the atlanta falcons in overtime. the first ever in super bowl history. >> we're all going to remember this for the rest of our lives. >> emotional win with the quarterback. sharing it all with ailing mother. end to a roller coaster season that began with deflate gate suspension. five rings and biggest super bowl comeback ever, is tom brady the greatest of all time. travel ban battle. the legal fight over president trump's order of immigration
intensifies after a judge's ruling allows travelers from banned nations to enter the u.s. could that battle be heading for the supreme court. this as the president raises eyebrows with a new defense of russia's vladimir putin. >> putin is a killer. >> a lot of killers. we've got a lot of killers. what, you think our country is so innocent. explosive problem. teenagers laptop bursting into flames not once, but four separate times. all caught on camera. the cause the battery. similar to hover boards and smartphones to explode. what you need to know. and commercial success. that was a rhetorical question darrell. >> which super bowl ads crushed the competition. we're revealing the hits and misses from the big game. according to you. today, monday, february 6, 2017.
good morning, everyone. welcome to today on a monday morning. so happy to have maria shriver with us this week. savannah is on maternity leave. >> i want to announce right off the bat she went to sleep after lady gaga. >> tom brady is hot in every way. that's right. i want to set the record straight for everybody. tom brady is hot in every way. >> that's the kind of week it's going to be. let's go back and answer the question we asked in the open, yes. he is the greatest quarterback of all time. no question. let's wrap up everything right now. today national correspondent craig covering the game down in houston. craig good morning. hey, matt. what a game it was. keep in mind at the half, it was
21-3. very few folks thought the palletpats could come back from that kind of deficit. then tom brady doing what tom brady has done so many times. four time so you were bowl mvp now tooif time so you were bowl champ with the greatest comeback in the history of super bowls. >> a stunning victory. the patriots pulling off an incredible come from behind win. >> amazing grammy. >> for the first time in history of super bowl, game going into overtime. patriots winning the coin toss and tom brady leading team to winning touchdown. he's in! patriots win the super bowl. >> tonight for the fifth time t patriots are world champions. >> an emotional start to the night. former president george hw bush
getting a huge ovation from players, coaches and vice president mike pence who was in attendance. >> president bush, please toss the coin. >> the game very much a tail of two havls. the first two quarters it was all falcons. the dirty birds from atlanta led by league mvp, matt ryan. >> what a cut. touchdown, atlanta. >> a new england fumble and interceptions. >> right side of patriots line. >> giving atlanta a 23 lead going into the half. new england not scoring a touchdown until the third quarter. >> touchdown. >> this unbelievable catch by julian edelman keeping the pat's hopes alive on the way to tieing the game, 28-28. >> this is just shocking.
>> god bless america ♪ >> the half time performance meant to be the most shocking part of the night was actually relatively tame. 300 drones flying in formation let up an american flag in the sky. a jaw dropping ingping stunt is singer leaping from it will roof of the stadium down to the field performing a medley of her hits. >> super bowl li. >> before going out just as dramatically as she came in. >> how big was this for the game of football? >> i caught up with nfl commissioner roger goodell just moments before he congratulated tom brady on the win. >> how does it feel handing the trophy over to the guy you had to suspend for four games. >> i'm honored to do it. they played so well. i have no issue at all with it. >> this is your fifth. >> the fans not so quick to forgive. back in boston patriots fans celebrating in the streets. >> couldn't be the greatest game of
all time. >> emotional win for mvp. celebrating with team owner, family and dedicating win to sick mother. brady becoming the first quarterback in nfl history to win five super bowls. cementing his legacy as perhaps the greatest to ever play the game. >> we're bringing this sucker home. >> reporter: i caught up with giselle on the field after the game. i asked her if she thought that her husband and the guys could come back from that kienld of half time deficit and without missing a beat she looked at me and said, sometimes you just got to believe. meanwhile, back here at the patriots team hotel, we have seen fans boarding buses all morning long. they're all trying to get back to the airport to make that parade. the mayor of boston already announcing the parade is going to happen tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. there was one concern last night, robert craft the owner of the patriots walked into the locker room at the end of the
game. first words out of tom brady's mouth, can't find my jersey. he thought someone stolen his jersey. pleased to report, the jersey has been found. >> craig thank you very much. joined now by new england patriot running back james white. james, good morning. congratulations. >> thank you. i appreciate it. >> let me ask you this at what time today or tomorrow or this week or month is this going to sink in that all of that actually happened? >> i really have no idea. really feels surreal right now. just a great team win. we need everybody in our locker room to get that victory. just an amazing feeling right now. >> james, maria here. i'm curious what happened in the locker room at half time. you were down. a lot of people left thinking it was over. what were you told in there? >> we now second half was going to be a new game for us. i don't remember how many points we were down, but we knew we
weren't playing patriot football. couple out second half a lot of energy. laser focus and fly around and have fun. i think that's what we did. >> you tied up at 28. it goes into overtime. james, i want you to tell me what you were thinking in the huddle before that last play when you hear brady call the play that you know is going to put the ball into your hands on the 1 yard line? >> he called the play for me. i felt that everything went into slow motion for me. i'm like the ball's going to be in my hands for a chance to win the game for my team. this is a great team victory. i wanted to make a smart play and do whatever it took to get the ball in the end zone for my team. i love all those guys on my football team. >> how calm, how collected was tom brady? did he seem nervous to you at all? >> no, he wasn't. he's a guy who's always cool, calm and collected. he's a leader in our huddle. motivates us on the sideline, no matter how many points we're ahead. no matter how many points we're behind.
i wouldn't want any other quarterback on my team. >> talk about the year he had. it started with the four-game suspension. james, it comes to the run to the playoffs and now an overtime win in the super bowl. so many times you hear people say, is tom brady the greatest quarterback of all-time? you answer that question how? >> he's definite lip the greatest quarterback of all-time. he faced a lot of adversity last year. and adversity this year. but a guy that stayed laser focused throughout the whole process. came into the cleveland game. you would thought he played the first four games. that's how focused he was and how great he played that game. i mean he's an amazing person amazing teammate amazing player. i mean a lot of kids should look up to a guy like that. he's an amazing role model. >> maria is holding up a sign. i don't think you can see. but it says "go pats." >> that's right. i think matt gave up on you guys but i was rooting with you
all the way, even though i went to bed. >> can i end on a weird question? do you in some part of your brain feel sorry for the falcons this morning? i mean, as a competitor, for them to wake up this morning having lost that game the way they lost it? >> i mean -- i can't imagine what that feels like to be honest. i mean -- i'm just happy for my team. that's all i can really say. >> well, james, you're the guy who had the ball on the last play. you win the super bowl, along with your teammates. congratulations to you and the patriots. >> congratulations. >> thank you. i printer it. >> thanks for joining us. now, to politics. and more controversy for president trump. this morning, he's facing heated reaction from lawmakers in both parties. to his latest comments about russian president vladimir putin. this is the battle over mr. trump's travel ban intensifies. we begin with kristen welker outside macdill air force base. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: maria, good morning to you. president trump will have his
first major visit with u.s. troops here at central command headquarters today. he'll get briefed by top defense officials and then deliver a speech. and it all comes after those new provocative comments about russia's president vladimir putin. this morning, president trump under fresh fire from both sides of the aisle, after downplaying russian president vladimir putin's violent past, during a pre-super bowl interview with fox news. >> do you respect putin? >> i do respect him. >> do you? why? >> well i respect a lot of people but that doesn't mean i'm goin' get along with them. >> putin is a killer. >> a lot of killers. a lot of killers. you think our country is so innocent? >> reporter: the backlack from trump's party was swift. >> i don't think there's any equivalency between the russians conduct themselves and the united states does. >> reporter: vice president pence, struggling to clarify on "meet the press." >> i don't accept that it's a moral equivalency. i really don't. >> you think he misspoke? >> no. >> reporter: it's the latest of a series of comments president
trump has made about russia drawing charges he's not being tough enough on putin, but mr. trump isn't backing away from that controversy or another one saying that legal voters cost him the popular vote. the president has yet to announce new details on a promised investigation. but revealed a new step sunday. >> i'm going to set up a commission to be headed by vice president mike pence. and we're going to look at it very, very carefully. >> i don't think we ought to spend federal money investigating that. >> reporter: senator majority leader mitch mcconnell also ready to go nuclear. changing senate rules if necessary to confirm the president's supreme court pick, if democrats try to block him. but today, president trump's cabinet picks are under renewed scrutiny from democrats. former presidential candidate bernie sanders slamming mr. trump for appointing a number of billionaires to his team. >> i don't mean to be disrespectful. this guy is a fraud. >> he is using the words that the media is using. >> reporter: and after last week's flak over the
administration insisting the travel ban isn't a ban -- >> settle down! settle down! >> reporter: "snl" having fun with all of it. >> the president tweeted, if the ban were announced with a one-week notice. >> yeah, exactly. you just said that. he's quoting you. it's your words. he's using your words, when you use the words and he uses them back it's circular using of the word, and that's from you. [ laughter ] >> reporter: press secretary sean spicer reacting to that impression of him this morning, telling "extra" he thought it was funny but a little bit exaggerated. now, as for those controversial comments about russia's president vladimir putin, house minority leader nancy pelosi now calling for an investigation into president trump's possible ties to putin. matt? maria? >> kristen welker, thank you so much. as we mentioned, the legal fight is raging over the president's executive order on immigration, after a federal judge swept it aside. the white house is fighting
back, while travelers from those affected countries, at least temporarily, are being allowed to enter the u.s. nbc's peter alexander is at the white house with the latest. peter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. for now, the travel restrictions remain on hold. but the fierce legal fight is developing. new voices are speaking out against the ban insisting it harms america's national security. the administration argues congress gave the president, not the courts, the authority to control the borders. but the next several days will be telling, with a federal appeals court ruling due as early as tonight. overnight, a group of ten former senior u.s. diplomats made up mostly of democrats including former secretaries of state, madeleine albright and john kerry, and two heads of the cia filed an aft saying that prp
president trump's executive order curtailing immigration, would make america less safe. calling it ill conceived, implemented and ill-explained. it comes as travelers from seven largely muslim countries targeted by president trump are once again arriving in the u.s. >> it was very tough experience. >> reporter: it follows a federal judge in seattle suspending the president's targeted travel ban. >> i find that a temporary restraining order is in the public interest. >> reporter: the administration taking its case to a federal appeals court. that court declined to rule immediately. the final decision could come as early as tonight. for the moment, mr. trump's immigration order remains on old, infuriating the president, repeatedly lashing out at james robart a george w. bush appointee who was confirmed by the senate 99-0. dismissing him as a so-called judge. later tweeting, just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril. if something happens, blame him and court system. people pouring in, bad. the president instructed he's instructed homeland security to check people coming into our country very carefully,
arguing the courts are making the job very difficult. vice president pence is defending the president's attacks on the courts. >> the president of the united states has every right to criticize the other two branches of government. >> reporter: and insisting the trump administration won't back down. >> president trump has made it clear. he's going to put the safety and security of the american people first. >> reporter: still, the protests keep spreading. one flying above the super bowl sunday. even as demonstrators converged on mr. trump's mar-a-lago property during a black tie gala president trump expressed confidence about the legal showdown. the u.s. had canceled visas for up to 60,000 foreigners following the ban. among those now arriving on u.s. soul a translator for the u.s. government during the iraq war and his family. sharef was granted a visa after a two-year process, following days of living in limbo. late sunday landing in his new hometown of nashville, welcomed by cheering crowds.
>> your presence here and the amount of support that you have showed and your open arms make this it day very very exceptional day for me. thank you. >> reporter: also new this morning, silicon valley is joining this fight with the trump administration. apple, facebook, google and microsoft and other tech companies, 93 other tech companies, have teamed up in a rare coordinated legal move, filing a brief with the appeals court, arguing the travel ban is discriminatory and it hurts their ability to recruit the world's best talent, and no matter how this case is ruled, it could end up before the supreme court. matt? >> peter, thank you very much. >> from washington state, bob ferguson won that temporary suspension of the travel ban. good morning. >> good morning, thank you, matt. >> i know you argued this on several fronts. you talked about the
constitutional principles involved. but you made a more local case for this, saying this order would have an adverse impact on the state of washington. which sides of the argument or side of the argument do you think had the most impact with the judge? >> it's always hard to know exactly what the judge was thinking matt but i think it's fair to say that we had declarations from businesses like expedia and amazon, university of washington, washington state university, and talking about the impacts to their employees, their students and businesses. we feel strongly that made impact in the court on friday. >> in their appeal the justice department argues that -- i'm quoting here -- the president has unreviewable authority to suspend entry of any class of foreigners. and that judge robart's ruling, quote, second-guesses the president's national security judgment. unquote. should the president have broad authority when it comes to the issue of national security? >> well, there's two different questions there, matt. right? should the president have broad brought authority? sure. we don't dispute that. but the first part, of what the federal government is arguing, is unfettered authority.
in other words, nobody can question it not even a judge. and the federal government argued that in court. and i'm glad that we responded by saying that argument is frightening. we have a checks and balance system in our country. and the president does not have totally unfettered discretion to make executive orders as he chooses. >> yes, and obviously, this is a temporary stay. at the moment, the justice department can go back to the 9th circuit court of appeals today with more evidence and more information. do you think this will hold up? and if it doesn't, what are your possible next moves? >> i'm confident this will hold up, matt. i would not file this complaint unless i thought we would prevail. so our next move is simply to defend this and we're confident. look -- in a courtroom, it's not the loudest voice that prevails. it's the constitution. and the president violated the constitution in fundamental ways and that's impacting thousands of people across our country. and, frankly, that's not right.
>> washington state attorney general, bob ferguson. mr. ferguson, i appreciate your time this morning. thank you. >> thank you very much. mr. roker is here with us now with his first check of the weather. >> it's good to see you. >> nice to see you all. you got glasses on. we all got glasses on. you took yours off. i'll take mine off. >> i'll take -- i can't see. missoula, montana, a big snowstorm coming out of there, pushing in white-out-type conditions. and that system is making its way out of the rockies and heading towards the midsection of the country, where we have a risk of severe weather for 7 million people tonight, from ft. smith, little rock, into st. louis. then for tomorrow it moves to the east. 22 million people at risk. columbus, louisville, down to birmingham. atlanta on the outside of this. one-inch hail. 60-mile-per-hour wind gusts with isolated tornadoes possible. we're going to get to your local forecast in the next 30 seconds. unless you make it right. then it becomes a sandwich as mighty as it is humble. easier to make than
a mistake. as simple as a sunny day but just as perfect. when you make a pb&j with smucker's, that's the difference between ordinary everyday and exquisitely delicious in an everyday sort of way. because with a name like smucker's, it has to be good. good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. wet roads as we get a live look outside in dublin with downpours moving through there and we will continue to see the rain off and on throughout the morning getting heavier later this evening. this is the first of three storm systems moving in and we have stormranger parked on a mountain in san bruno. we can see that rain moving through the tri-valley and extending over toward the peninsula. more of those showers moving through as we go into the next few hours. everybody stay up for the whole thing? >> no. not over here. >> not quite. >> i stayed up for the whole thing. >> beauty sleep. got to get it.
>> all right. >> i guess if you want to look good for -- tom. >> that's the idea. t. -- because he's hot. >> he's h-o-t. coming up, new concern over batteries that power your devices. you see a stunning video here of what happened to a laptop. it burst into flames. we have a special report, on a “rossen report,” with everything you need to know. and which super bowl ad scored the best with you? we're revealing the new list just out this morning. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
i'm ... ==topvo== san frcisco's nin circuit court of appealsll no doubbe a very good monday morning to you. 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. the ninth circuit court of appeals will now be in the national spotlight today. judges are expected to issue a ruling on president trump's travel ban highlighting seven predominantly muslim nations. the ban was halted by a judge. the judges preserved the ruling until they pick up the issue today the ban has led to nationwide protests. now nearly 100 silicon companies filed a brief arguing it will keep some of the best minds from coming to america. you know what's coming to the bay area again? rain in the forecast. a soggy week ahead? >> yes, again. we see the windshield wipers on as we get a view of the golden
gate bridge and cars coming across from the north bay. we still see this rain continuing to stream in. it will be off and on throughout the afternoon getting the heaviest as we go into this evening. our mobile doppler radar scanning around the bay area. we'll keep an eye on that. more rain as we go through the week pretty much every day during this workweek we'll see some showers moving in and then as we go into the weekend, it will be nice more sunshine finally a chance to dry out from all of this wet weather. let's head over to mike to see how the roads are moving. >> they're moving well. they're wet. a couple earlier crashes. right now the south bay moves nicely. a problem southbound 880 at 92. a crash just cleared to the shoulder at jackson shy of 92 and across the san mateo bridge an earlier crash cleared as well. a typical build through the south bay. live look at palo alto. >> i'll be back with another
♪ back now, 7:30 on a monday morning. the 6th day of february, 2017. got a big crowd of people. some a little bleary-eyed out on the plaza. i'm sure most of them stayed up to watch the big game. we'll go outside in a couple of minutes. inside we're happy to welcome maria shriver as our guest co-host this week while savannah continues on maternity leave. glad to have you here. >> happy to be here. let's check the headlines. history was made at the super bowl last night, with the new england patriots capping a record 25-point comeback to beat the atlanta falcons in overtime. it's the first time the game has ever gone into overtime. patriots' quarterback tom brady,
obviously, was named mvp. a victory parade will be held in boston tomorrow. this morning, lawyers for washington state and minnesota are telling a federal appeals court that restoring president trump's order on immigration would unleash chaos. that ban was temporarily halted by a judge in seattle. the justice department is set to file its response on behalf of the president today. the white house says it expects the courts to reinstate that ban. a powerful storm system is beginning its push across the country this morning. it's moving ashore in the pacific northwest and will eventually bring snow ice and rain from seattle all the way to new england. we'll get more on that from al in a moment. let us begin this half hour though with an all-new rossen reports this morning. a new case of explodeingeing electronics. this is a laptop bursting into flames several times. jeff rossen is here with this. this is scary video. >> it is. welcome, maria.
good morning, matt. it is dramatic. two teenage boys hanging out at home when the laptop explodes and catches fire not once not twice, but four times. the suspected cause, the computer's lithium-ion battery. the same kind of battery that many of us use every day. causing fires and prompting recalls. this morning, you're about to see that video and how to protect yourself. home security cameras are rolling inside this california house. two teenagers sitting on the couch. this dell laptop plugged in charging. it explodes. blowing out the fire, they carry it outside to the patio. but three minutes later, the laptop bursts into flames again. he blows it out again. but minutes later, the laptop ignites for a third time. the teenager using a fire
extinguisher. it works. and he moves in for a closer look and, boom. the laptop explodes. sparks and embers flying towards him, just inches from his face. >> really scary when it exploded on me. in shock, didn't know what to do. >> reporter: finally, he puts out the fire for good. the apparent cause of the explosions the lithium-ion battery inside. dell telling nbc news it places the highest priority on safety and has launched a complete investigation. these lithium-ion batteries similar to the find that have caused fires in hover boards samsung smartphones and laptops. how dangerous can they be? we've got access at underraters laboratories in chicago. u.l. we are in the battery testing lab. you have to wear safety glasses in here. and you're about to see what it looks like up close when the
batteries explode. first up the crush test. can the battery stand the heavy force. >> did you realize you had that much energy in your pocket? >> reporter: then comes the overcharging test. remember in the latest case the dell lab top was charging when it exploded. >> deliberately overcharging this battery which is something you can do if you use the wrong charger. >> reporter: within minutes, you can see the heat and pressure building. our battery puffing up. and then -- that frightened me and i knew it was coming. watch it in slow motion. a powerful explosion and fireball. what should consumers do to avoid this from happening. >> use the proper charger with that battery. and also, charge it in an open area where you ventilation. heat is generated when you're charging a battery. >> reporter: simple tips to prevent this from happening to you. by the way, another good tip, never charge your device on the bed, the couch or any fabric
like that. the heat can build up and explode. then, it's your furniture that can catch fire and spread to your whole house. >> that is a good tip, jeff. >> charging on the sofa. >> exactly. >> thank you. mr. roker, how about a check of the weather. >> you know what burns -- hey. look at this. you want to talk about something burning, look at this meteor. this is in lyle illinois just outside of chicago. this is from a police dash cam app and they had a meteorite, come in. a little flash. we're looking at the possibility of flash flooding in parts of the west as a big storm comes in. we're expecting rainfall from 1 to 3 inches of rain. we're looking 5 inches in the foothills. and snowfall in the cascades and even up into the pacific northwest. seattle may see 6 inches of snow in the nex >> the first of three storm systems.
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good morning to you both. >> good morning. >> it kind of had everything. it had celebrity. it had humor. it had social awareness. does one area jump out to either of you? >> well if last year was the year of the celebrity, matt this year was clearly the year of the message. >> i think that politics, that was the third rail this year. but you couldn't avoid it. i think the ads that went in that direction really made a significant impact. >> let's talk about the melissa mccarthy -- what an incredible 48 hours. that really was my laugh out loud ad. >> in one ad you get humor, celebrity and save the planet. you get a great message. and coming off her "snl" win, it's hard to say she didn't have the best weekend ever. >> let's listen to her. >> i love whales. >> go melissa! >> save the whales. ah! ♪ i need a hero ♪ >> it gets worse from there.
charisse, other than melissa mccarthy's facial expressions, what makes this? >> she is so hilarious, she could read the phone book and make it funny. it's about climate change in a way. saving the trees. saving the whales. but humor makes the message go down easier. that resonated with people. >> another car company scored highly. honda with the yearbooks ad. this used technology. it was brilliant. but you know, i'm wondering as i'm watching it, are we going to care about the product? or are we going to look and think this is clever? >> it's what you said last year, too. right? you're looking at this ad and trying to guess what it is and then finally you get to it. >> technically, that's still moving forward. >> you got to pick yourself up. make some moves. and do it all with a smile. >> believe in yourself. you think that any of these folks believed that i'd make it? >> definitely not. >> that was a rhetorical question, daryl. >> so we've got some of our
favorite celebrities as they were back in high school. why did it work? >> it worked because it was fun and funny. everybody identified with at least one of the actors they chose, right? it was the actors being themselves but steve carell doing, i think, the best job. >> i think it was cool to see they were awkward teenagers just like the rest of us. you can relate to them. and the message was inspirational. it moved a lot of people. would it make me buy a honda? i don't know. >> but audi. excuse me. speaking of another car commercial. women, equal pay. what do you think why that was successful? >> well i mean if you look at ten different polls, with of course "usa today" being the best this is the only ad that showed up one, two, three. it speaks to women and to fathers. as a dad, it made me think about my daughters. >> and it was unapologetic what the message was. the great score and the wonderful narration. it was uplifting and pushed the emotional buttons. >> let me stick with you.
video games, they were everywhere last night. ads for them. >> i don't know why. >> they did not resonate as well, according to viewers. why not? >> i think they were kind of dull. they were obscure. didn't speak to a very broad audience. they were always in the game. but they didn't come up with a significant enough presence or ad to make it click. >> david, you agree? >> totally agree. >> all right. can we talk about an ad that kind of ended -- >> controversial. >> it was kind of the first part of the ad. and they told you to go to the website. we're talking about 84 lumber, as we see a little of it, talk to me about this concept. it's really a mother-daughter and the migrant journey, and we don't know how it ends. >> you don't know how it ends until you go online. but the website crashed. this ad was so popular. to me, this is the ad that clearly had the biggest message. and it was 84 lumber speaking directly to the immigrant base. those are the people that come to their stores, buy their products. >> but what did it say to you? because everybody here seems to have a different take on what
the ad actually ended up saying. >> i think it was welcoming. you saw the big door in the wall. they said, we want you to come. we want hard workers. we want people that want to be a part of the american dream. it wasn't the most popular ad. but it generated the most social buzz and conversation. >> in literal sense, 84 lumber building supplies. and they are saying we build doors, not walls. >> right. >> again, we'll have to see how that translates into business and what kind of reaction on social media. you guys are fun. thank you very much. great to have you here. >> thank you. sheinelle is over in the orange room in for carson this morning with more on the ads. sheinelle? >> yes. good morning. as we just saw, commercials play a major part in the super bowl experience, and it was fun to see the ads pop up on social media. take a look at this one. this collaboration between snapchat and pepsi. we had a ball with this one. using the special filter, al and i got into the spirit, putting ourselves on the jumbotron. in houston. the stars took to social media to share how they were watching the big game.
ellen and her wife cozied up on the couch with ryan seacrest. reese witherspoon with her sons. and heidi klum with a box of pizza within reach. now, the internet you can imagine, lit up at halftime when lady gaga came flying into the stadium. more than 5 million tweets about her performance in less than an hour. elton john instagramed this pic backstage. the most spectacular performance during super bowl halftime. such a thrill to be there. and, of course we can't forget about the big patriots win. look at this -- the outreach. so many people talking about gisele's reaction here. in the stands. it turned into an instant line. people pointing out, she dropped her phone in all of the excitement. just a few hours ago, tom brady posted this picture. it takes a team and so much love. #neverstopbelieving. it was a wild night to say the at least, guys. >> sheinelle, thank you very much. you don't think heidi klum was in bed with pizza? >> i saw the pizza and said, yeah, right.
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good monday morning. we're coming up on 7:56. a lot of rain across the bay area. heavy downpours now moving through dublin. you can see on our camera there windshield wipers on and you definitely need the umbrella as you head out. we'll see this rain off and on. scattered activity. stormranger mobile doppler radar truck scanning around picking up on heaviest rain in the east bay and also for the peninsula and san francisco. it's still raining in dublin and also other parts of the tri-valley over toward pleasanton, hayward getting in on heavy downpours. peninsula over toward redwood city, woodside. some rain that will slow down that morning commute and also a wet start in san francisco in parts of the north bay. we'll still see the scattered activity as we go through the rest of the morning and into this afternoon. later on this evening the rain becomes more widespread with some pockets of heavy rain. we also have a concern of some downed trees and power lines as we will see the winds gusting at times up to 30 to 40 miles an
hour. still some heavy rain as we go into the forecast early tomorrow morning. let's check in with mike to see how the roads are moving. >> they're not moving badly considering the weather outside. we have your typical patterns and that's great stuff getting in toward san francisco all avenues hitting toward the bay bridge on either side of the bay is where things are getting congested as you would expect this time almost 8:00. slow across san mateo and dumbarton bridges. a live shot shows you up toward oakland. messy. back to you. >> thank you very much. happening now, garcia-torres' murder trial moves into the second week of testimony. torres is accused of murdering sierra lamar. her body has never been found. nbc bay area will follow testimony from inside the courtroom and live tweet updates. so many story lines from yesterday's super bowl win for the patriots. read all about it on our webpage.
♪ it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, bowled over. >> he's in. patriots win the super bowl. >> tom brady and the new england patriots stage a thrilling comeback to become the champs in the game's ever first overtime victory. >> brady has his fifth. what a comeback. >> we have all of the highlights of the game, to gaga. plus, "game of thrones." >> three, two, one. >> william, kate and harry go head-to-head in a royal rivalry for a great cause.
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might have some new england patriots fans out here. >> a bunch of them are saying, isn't that maria shriver? >> that's what they're saying. great to have maria here filling in for savannah this week. it's going to be a lot of fun. speaking of savannah, we have exciting news about her. >> she has teamed up with alison oppenheim, wife of noah oppenheim, to write a new children's book. >> that's cool. >> it's called "princesses wear pants" and comes out later this year. the book's star is princess penelope pineapple that celebrates girl power by showing young girls it's not how they look but what they do that matters most. we'll have an interview with savannah and allie on our show. that was a hard interview to get. >> good scoop. >> she was holding out. >> way to go. savannah, congratulations.
allie, congratulations to you. let's look at the top stories of the morning. here's your news at 8:00. >> reporter: i'm craig melvin here in houston, texas, for super bowl li. and what a game it was. i'm in front of the team hotel here. patriots players still sleeping, as you might imagine. but a lot of fans getting back on the buses, heading to the airport. there's a victory parade in boston they're trying to make. so many improbable moments, like this one, julian edelman, catching that football off of the opponent's shoe. that led to this, james white, somehow, someway, managing to get into the end zone in overtime. that was the first overtime game in a super bowl. and there he is, tom terrific, the four-time super bowl mvp, now, the five-time super bowl champ. the greatest of all-time. here he is, in his own words. >> to beat this team and to get down 28-3, and it was just a lot
of mental toughness by our team. and we're going to remember this for the rest of our life. >> reporter: that parade set to happen tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. there was a bit of controversy last night. for a while, it appeared as if tom brady had lost that game jersey. thought it had been stolen. we found out a short time ago from a team official that the jersey has, in fact, been found. but again, what an amazing game, matt. >> craig, they're going to dry clean that and send it to canton. thank you very much, craig melvin. now, to politics. the legal battle over president trump's travel ban is escalating. so is the political backlash over the president's defense of russia's vladimir putin. nbc correspondent hallie jackson is on capitol hill this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, busy day in politics again. and this morning, a number of former diplomatic and national security officials, mostly
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president faces, including another involving russia and his fellow republicans, after trump said this about vladimir putin in a super bowl interview with fox news. >> will i get along with him? i have no idea. >> he's a killer, though. putin is a killer. >> we have a lot of killers. we have a lot of killers. you think our country's so innocent? you think our country's so innocent? >> i don't know of government leaders that are killers. >> well, look at what we've done, too. we made a lot of mistakes. >> reporter: putin has denied involvement in the murder of kremlin critics. but the comparison isn't sitting well with others in the gop. senator ben sass on abc's "this week." >> there's no equivalency, between united states of america the greatest freedom-loving nation in the history of the world and the murderous thugs in defense of putin's cronyism. >> reporter: the president, pushing his timeline past what he promised on an obamacare replacement plan. he said he would reveal it when his health secretary was
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>> by the way -- >> we never put it in the fridge. >> this had people on the internet split. luckily, heinz has weighed in on the great ketchup debate. the company says ketchup is shelf stable. but they recommend it be refrigerated. let me give you a couple of items. peanut butter. >> in the cabinet. >> in the cabinet. >> in the fridge. >> in the fridge? >> butter. >> in the fridge. >> fridge. >> his is in the pantry. >> no it's not. i put it in the glass containers in the fridge. avocados if you open it. >> and how about eggs? >> in the fridge. >> there's people that put eggs on the counter. >> for the look. >> decorating for easter. right. >> that's right. >> here are a couple of stories, now, we think are going to make you feel good on a monday morning. first up passengers on a
new york subway work together to remove nazi graphiteffiti that had been written on the walls. the train was silent. people were uncomfortable, until one guy decided to stand up and do something about it. he told people you know what? alcohol removes graffiti. if you have hand sanitizer, why don't you help? he got up and did it with a tissue and some hand sanitizer. other people got up on that train and followed suit and removed the symbols. >> that's beautiful. >> we have to find that guy. >> that's great. >> give him an award. here's another feel-good story. it's about an oklahoma high school basketball team subbing in a special need student to take the final shot of the game. the reaction to loni frederickson's time on the court is priceless. take a look. >> and the other team. look at that.
>> oh my goodness. >> look at that. >> that's fantastic. oh. >> such a great moment. >> that's a lesson about life. >> that's what matters. >> about coming together. >> there's times when that just is so heartwarming to see people caring that way about other people. i love that story. >> that's beautiful. >> i have to top that? >> you do. >> okay. how about the royals? while all of us were in the states watching the super bowl there was a competition of epic british proportions happening between the royals. duchess kate and the princes in a relay race. prince harry taking an early lead. and prince william had a hamstring. i think she almost did it. harry had a time with girlfriend meghan markle, that stars on "suit." hand in hand in london.
>> the rumors say the pair will be engaged by spring. and queen elizabeth is marking a milestone. she is the only monarch to be 65 years on the throne. the palace re-releasing this photo of the queen wearing sapphires. >> that he reminds me that i was a 4-year-old at heart. >> i was trying not to look at you. simone biles and shaquille o'neal were in houston at the super bowl. taking this photo. it looks like an optical illusion. she is wearing heels. >> she's your height with the heels. >> stand by. >> yes. >> hoda you asked. i know how she feels. i took this photo. shaq stopped by one weekend. he peered through the window. we told him to come in.
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>> we're going to bring one. colder air coming on in. low pressure developing on wednesday. this thing is going to develop quickly. the possibility of some pretty good snow on its northern edge, as we get into wednesday evening into thursday morning. snow is a quick mover. that's good news. right now, the models don't quite agree. but here's what we're looking at as far as snowfall is concerned. by thursday, could be around two to four inches in the new york area get up into boston closer to six. and in northern new england, closer to 8 inches of snow. could change. we're going to keep an eye on good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. spotty rain moving in. we'll continue to see off and on showers throughout the day. heaviest rain now moving through the east bay. our storm rain bopler radar truck picking up on the high definition of the showers moving through, moving out of the trivalley, catching a break. still raining in union city
moving closer to sunol and also in san leandro and oakland, getting pretty steady downpour that will be wrapping up very soon. >> that's your latest weather. matt? >> all right, mr. roker. thank you very much. now, to our special series "war on cancer." with february being national cancer prevention month. >> more than 1.5 million americans are diagnosed each year. we're exploring the latest advances in the fight of this disease. joan lunden is here with us this morning. >> good morning, guys. i recently traveled to the national cancer institute in bethesda maryland where doctors successfully treated a woman with advanced metastasized colon cancer, with cells from her own system. that's a dramatic breakthrough and offering a lot of hope. >> show me what i'm supposed to do. if i'm supposed to die, show me
how to do that with grace. if i'm supposed to live show me what i'm supposed to do. >> reporter: celine ryan's journey hasn't been easy. it's been remarkable. she's a 51-year-old engineer from michigan, mother of five diagnosed with colon cancer three years ago. she's not just any patient. they called you a historic figure in medicine. >> hmm. >> reporter: have you wrapped your brain around the immensity of this? >> not even a little bit. it's not sinking in. >> reporter: after undergoing surgery, radiation and chemo in her hometown doctors discovered cancer in her lungs. despite treatment, seven tumors threatened her life. she read online about a clinical trial using gene therapy at the cancer institute in maryland. >> two days after i found out it was terminal i called. it was my birthday. this is great. this is going to work. it's going to be my birthday present to myself. >> reporter: you got turned down.
twice. >> it wasn't their fault. >> reporter: her tumors were too small for the treatment. celine was devastated. but she refused to give up. she reached out once again. and her persistence paid off. in march 2015 she joined dr. steven rosenberg's trial. he's a leading researcher and chief of surgery at the national cancer institute. his trial involves removing cells from a tumor, and multiplying them by billions in a lab, rein turning those cells back to your body to fight the tumor. celine spent a grueling month in the hospital 148 billion cancer fighting sells were put back into her body. and the results sent shock waves through medical community. >> six disappeared completely. one started to grow about eight or nine months later. and with everything else gone and only one tumor in all of the scans that we could do we decided to take it out. >> reporter: celine's cancer has
broader implications. her unusual genetic makeup allowed researchers to identify how to attack the mutation that causes common cancers. >> no one had gotten this treatment to work for the common cancers that start in the lining of the organs of the colon and the rectum and the pan degreeious and the breast. >> reporter: what you attempted to do with celine can be replicated in other cancers going forward. >> our planning in that gene therapy, using the exact reception from celine's cells to treat other people. >> reporter: his team is building an army of cancer-fighting cells. >> let me show you the incubators in which we grow the cells. these are kept at 37 degrees. we grow cells, individual cultures from patients. and so for example, each one of
the wells contain human cells from limpocytes that can react. >> out of a tumor? >> out of a tumor. when we find the one that works, we transfer it to the other laboratory that grows. >> reporter: billions of them? okay. >> exactly. >> reporter: billions of cancer-fighting cells, thanks to celine's cells that will go on to help others in their fight against cancer. >> it's highly experimental and i don't want people to feel like this treatment is widely available now. it's not. it's in the course of its development. we have had a handful of patients that showed responses. many have not responded. but from every patient that we treat, if the cancer goes away or not, we learn something. and we have people working around the clock to try to improve this. >> reporter: celine is ten months cancer-free. and on this follow-up visit, the
doctors deliver those letters. >> ned. >> reporter: no evidence of disease. >> i want people to hear those words, too. >> reporter: and many other people will because of her. celine tells me that she's doing great. she goes back to the national cancer institute every three months for checkups. the doctors are watching carefully over her. but she has this army of fighter cells in her now, that will fight off any of her cancer. the doctors do caution, this doesn't work for everybody yet. it's still in clinical trials. but to say this isn't a big, huge deal in cancer treatment, i mean this holds so much hope. many of the cells they've gotten from celine they've now been able to multiply by the billions. and they're like little armies of fighter cells that they'll be able to use in other people as their cancers metastasize. >> how do people get involved? >> you call the national
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avenue over here, crash cleared over the last half hour. we had some recovery. good recovery. and now 280 shows a little burst of traffic. that's not bad for the south bay. over here 101, slow in both directions. 92 off 280, very slow in that eastbound direction. a lot of traffic going on there. north through oakland. let me show you the conditions san mateo bridge rain traveling through, that would slow down as well. be careful, some mudslides reported in areas in the north bay as well. >> another update in half an hour. see you then.
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shinesty for these. any questions. meantime head inside get a chat and performance from the great, and i mean great, reba. >> would you be afraid to answer the door dressed like matt? >> pajama drawer. >> but first, mr. roker, be honest did you pick the patriots because you were in boston on friday. >> i love the patriots. >> you should be wearing this too. >> busted baby. >> i love the patriots. the cheers the mayor, everybody, we picked right. >> i'm not buying it. >> doesn't matter. you're wearing the suit. not me. >> let's show you what we got for your a toasty day. houston about 18 degrees above
average. denver at 57. orlando neerpar 80. temperatures continue to warm up tomorrow. look what happens towards the latter part of the week. boom big chill. philly 62 down to 35 on friday. atlanta, 72 on wednesday. 57 on we are seeing some wet roads out there as you head out. the time now is 8:33. 57 degrees in the peninsula. 53 degrees in the trivalley and the north bay. we have seen the rain off and on, at times pockets of heavy rain. we have our storm radar doppler radar truck parked on the mountain moving through the east bay, east of fremont through sunol. roads are wet. make sure you have the umbrella before you head out. more rounds of rain later today. >> i'm glad i'm glad we're still on
tonight. >> let's switch gears and get back to special series. today living legend. 87-year-old buzz all drinl got a standing ovation when he made a rare apierns at the super bowl. al you had a chance to sit down with him at the kennedy space center. >> it was an honor. told me his moon walking days are behind him, he now hopes to see people on mars. >> the launch pad very much like this. >> you bet. >> you took off from. what was it like when you're lifting off of a launch pad like this. >> there was not a sensation of leaving the ground. >> really? >> the eagle has landed. >> july 20, 1969. astronauts become the first two humans to set foot on another world. >> it's one small step for man,
one giant leap for mankind. >> 600 million people t largest television audience at that time tuned into to nasa's historic munoon walk. beautiful. beautiful. magnificent desolation. that paints a picture. >> you look around. you know up here that this hasn't changed and hundred thousand years. it's the same just gray. i don't want to talk about how many different shades, but. >> at least 50. >> you said that. i didn't. >> at any point, were you afraid at all when you were up there. >> no point in worrying about something that hadn't happened yet. >> nearly five decades later, 87-year-old aldrin has remained an untiring advocate for human space exploration.
influencing multigenerations of popular culture. >> buzz light year to come in. >> from toy stories buzz light year to mtv video music award moon man statue, iconic picture neil armstrong takes of you. >> i was walking towards the side of the spacecraft. he was over here and he said hey, look and you. >> and the visor, you can see neil. >> took a picture of himself. >> took one of the first selfies. >> no no this is 69. mine was in 66. >> do you want to go to mars? >> no. what do you mean? i'm a dash man. i'm not a long distance out doors man, but some people are and where he need them. they're called explorers. >> you're an explorer. >> well yeah. i'm exploring numbers, circles,
grass. >> would you go back to the moon? >> i'm of more value right where i am. >> do you believe there's life out there, other life out there. >> if you use the word believe, you got to back it up with some kind of evidence. >> one last thing, are you star trek or star wars person? >> oh i probably wasn't either but somehow i got to being logical about what do we know and what do we not know. >> sounds like spok to me. >> well my ears are kind of round. >> pretty cool guy. >> he really is. >> and sharp. in fact gave me a great coat i
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okay. we are back with "today style." this morning, we are pumping up your p.j.s to look and feel your best when it's time for bed, or when you want to hang out. lori bergamotto is here this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> we have three categories. we're going to start with what is the most comfortable. >> right. you can feel it. >> i can feel it. >> creatures of comfort.
people that like soft things. this is a cotton blend. you can feel how nice this is on your body. this is from kate spade. even though it is comfortable, because it has a tailored cut. it's menswear inspired. it's cropped on the league. it looks more chic at home. and if you want to take the pajamas out. you want to run an errand get the newspaper. >> you wouldn't go out in this? >> not that one. but this one, this is from the gap. part of the pure body line. really soft. this is something you could wear out. it comes in separates. the key here is doing a pattern on top and something solid on the bottom. that feels more like loungewear instead of pajamas. >> if you're not in the comfy thing and you want to have something more sexy. >> we want to move to the
temperature-consciousness. >> temperature, okay. >> i'm always cold. you're always cold or hot, right? these are from l.l. bean. these were picked by our good housekeeping institute from our textiles lab because they're really durable and warm. this is flannel. and these are from l.l. bean. $55, affordable. the reason that flannel keeps you warm it's the brushed surface that keeps air in. >> and this is the thing that you can come home put it on. >> and be warm. if you're always hot, this is for the opposite problem. these are from another textiles lab pick because it has a moisture-wicking fabric. >> moisture-wicking? >> just like athletics. it draws the sweat away from your body. it keeps you cool. this is not for women of a certain age. new moms. >> what do you mean women of a certain age? >> there might be night sweats. but it's for all ages.
>> okay. off with them. >> now, we're moving on to sexy. >> now, we're talking. i have this. >> i love this. >> i do not have this. >> we're going to get you one. this is from soma. women think lingerie you have to care for it by hand washing. this you can throw in the cash er washer. it's really soft. comes with a shelf bra. $45. a great price point. if you want something more understated, this is $19. you can't get a good box of chocolates for under 20 bucks. and you can get there. it's got that silky-inspired material. i love the piping. and again, it's just a little something. >> and it is a huge surge in people wanting to have comfy pajamas. pajamas are big, right? >> they're huge. they're big. now is a good time to buy them because a lot of the winter inventory will be going on sale as we get closer to presidents day. >> you had a huge choice.
thank you for coming. if you want more ideas, head to today.com/style. up next reba mcentire is here for a special live performance. first, this is "today" on nbc. there she is. we need to be ready for whatever weather may come our way. my name's scott strenfel and i'm a meteorologist at pg&e. we make sure that our crews as well as our customers are prepared to how weather may impact their energy. so every single day we're monitoring the weather and when storm events arise our forecast get crews out ahead of the storm to minimize any outages. during storm season we want our customers to be ready and stay safe. learn how you can be prepared at pge.com/beprepared. together, we're building a better california.
the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> we are back at 8:00 with the queen herself, the queen of country music, reba mcentire. >> she's out with a new album, "sing it now: songs of hope and faith." good to see you. is it a true story, the first time you performed for money, it was a nickel and it was a gospel song. >> it was "jesus loves me." >> what were the circumstances? >> daddy was competing in
cheyenne days at the rodeo. and we were in the hotel lobby. and my brother got up and song "you ain't nothing but a hound dog." i sang "jesus loves me." and they gave me a quarter. >> a quarter? equal pay. >> that's not right at all. >> this is your foray into gospel music, correct? >> my little sister susie, she's the gospel singer in the family. i didn't want to step on her toes. but when i told her i wanted to do this she said you'll have a blast and do so well with it. >> you think the time is right for music like this? >> i think so. it's always the right time for faith and inspirational songs. we all need faith and hope. >> what are you going to sing? >> it's my latest single "back to god." >> we'll give you more than a quarter. >> thank you. >> 50 cents. >> reba mcentire.
♪ oh have you looked around have you heard the sound ♪ ♪ of mommas's crying or do you turn away ♪ ♪ when you see the face of the innocent dying ♪ ♪ in these darkest days are you not afraid ♪ ♪ that it's too late ♪ ♪ you gotta get down on your knees, believe ♪ ♪ fold your hands and beg and plead ♪ ♪ gotta keep on praying
you gotta cry, rain tears of pain ♪ ♪ pound the floor and scream his name ♪ ♪ 'cause we're still worth saving ♪ ♪ can't go on like this and live like this ♪ ♪ we can't love like this we gotta give this world back to god ♪ ♪ have you lost a love do you feel like giving up ♪ ♪ has your heart been broken are your kids okay ♪ ♪ will they come home safe do you lie there hoping ♪ ♪ you can make a wish you can knock on wood ♪ ♪ oh it won't do no good ♪
♪ you gotta get down on your knees, believe ♪ ♪ fold your hands and beg and plead ♪ ♪ you gotta keep on praying ♪ ♪ you gotta cry rain tear of pain ♪ ♪ pound the floor scream his name ♪ ♪ 'cause we're still worth saving ♪ ♪ we can't go on like this and live like this ♪ ♪ we can't love like this we gotta give ♪ ♪ this world back to god ♪ ♪ you gotta get down on your knees, believe ♪ ♪ fold your hands and beg and plead ♪ ♪ keep on praying
you gotta cry ♪ ♪ rain tears of pain ♪ ♪ pound the floor and scream his name ♪ ♪ 'cause we're still worth saving ♪ ♪ you can hope for the best make a wish ♪ ♪ the only answer is we give this world back to god ♪ ♪ oh, give it back ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> reba mcentire. reba thank you very much. we're keeping her busy. she's going to be back to perform and co-host on our next hour. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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thing when she was at the piano and she looked at the camera and said hi, dad. hi, mom. >> right then the whole thing became human. >> it was great when she said i'm here to make you happy. >> and that open. >> that was out there? >> unbelievable. >> what happened when she jumped and caught the football? >> she went into a pneumatic tube. >> i was worried about her. >> some kind of a mosh pit or a foam pit. i loved how much fun she seemed to be having. and the energy she brought to the people not only in the stadium, but in the stands as well. >> at that moment she rocked it. she maximized it. >> all thumbs up. got some birthday? >> absolutely. we're going to fire up the smucker's jar. happy birthday to phoebe gero. she walked the tight rope at the circuit when she was 60 years
old. c clara margaret white. happy 100th birthday to arnold myer spielberg, an electrical engineer from california. instrumental in developing the g.e. 200 set of computers. and his son's name is steven. betty is 100 years old. she's from indianapolis indiana. she's managed her husband's veterinarian practice. elizabeth jenner 100 years, as well. a loving grandma from new york. 9 grandkids and 16 great grandkids. and happy 100th birthday to nelson kirby, a detroit tigers fan. loves going golfing with his grandson. you know somebody celebrating their 100th birthday let us know. go to today.com/celebrates and remember a photo.
>> after you fire up the smucker's jar, you keep it in the refrigerator or the pantry? >> in the fridge. more about super bowl li coming up. >> that's right. and reba mcentire is co-hosting our hour. >> how did you work out that out? and we have thei'm ... ==topvo== thmurder trial antolin garcia-torres enters its very good morning to you. 8:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. the murder trial of antolin garcia torres enters the second day today. her friends and family knew nothing about. prosecutors last week called in three friends of the victim all of whom were around the same age when she disappeared. one person yet to be seen in
court is her mother who is expected to testify at some point as the last person to see her daughter before she disappeared. happening now testimony scheduled to begin at the top of the hour. bob redell is at the courthouse with a live report in our midday news cast. also live tweeting from inside the courtroom throughout today's hearing. so many story lines emerging from the super bowl comeback win for the new england patriots. the quarterback and bay area native tom brady dedicating the game to his mother. link to the full story, you can find that on our facebook page. another local news update coming up in half an hour. hope to see you for that. enjoy your monday morning.
this morning on "today's take," kicking off country music week with co-host grammy-winning superstar, reba mcentire. and "beauty and the beast" stephenson is here. >> this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" monday morning, february 6th, 2017. we're so thrilled to have country superstar reba mcentire. the queen of country. >> thank you. >> our country music week. >> yes. >> this is terrific. >> it's nice of y'all to do a
country week. >> it's fantastic. i just want to sit and stare. that would be a boring show. we have to talk. >> and maybe a little creepy. >> it's an honor to have you here. and what a morning. first of all, what a night. >> my gosh. >> you missed some or most of it. you were traveling. >> we were flying in from nashville. got into new york. and got a quick bite to eat. made it for the halftime the festivities, with lady gaga which was terrific. >> and then you went to bed. >> i did. >> how do you do this every morning? my goodness. >> we don't know how tom brady does it. the idea that he pulled off this win. i mean it was one of the most epic comebacks in all of sports. >> congratulations. >> to defeat the falcons. first time they had overtime in a super bowl. >> it was one of those things i kept hearing that statistic. no team has come back. i was on the couch. i was watching. okay. atlanta's going to win. i dozed off. and i woke back up and looked at
the score. i'm like what happened? how did this happen? it goes to show. that second half they are like -- you awakened the beast. they went nuts. >> first quarterback to win five games, five super bowls. >> for an entertaining aspect that's the kind of games you want to watch. >> you're right. >> my gosh. i was in boston for the -- a big pep rally on friday. sheinelle was in atlanta. >> i have to be honest. i'm from kansas. i was in philly for ten years. i didn't have a vested interest in it. but then when you get out there. i was in atlanta and you meet the fans and the mayor, you become wrapped up into it. i can't imagine if you live in atlanta how you're feeling this morning. >> my wife deborah, is from georgia. she was dancing and in everybody's face. >> celebrating. >> my brother, who rooting for the falcons, in his wife's face who is a patriots' fan. and then the second half
happened. suddenly, things got quiet. and it wasn't so hospitable. >> don't you have to wear an outfit if you lose? uh-huh. >> that's right. yes. matt and sheinelle went with atlanta. >> cute. >> matt's outfit was tailored like ready for him. good sports. it's one of those things where, it's almost like a movie. you see tom brady and you can't be mad. you saw his family. >> i felt bad for the atlanta fans too. >> absolutely. >> they just knew they had this game. >> is it better when you're close and it's a nail-biter to feel like you were almost there? or is it worse? is it worse that you almost had it? >> i think that way is bad and the other way -- when you've got gisele bundchen. >> you lose. >> they're not good. they're just not good. wow. >> there's nothing you can really say. >> and i will tell you this
it's one of the things i had to run to the restroom. but the commercials are so good too. >> which one did you like the best? >> i liked the girl power one. it's called daughter's ad. >> this is the one. >> we'll talk about it. >> what do i tell my daughter? ♪ day tell her that her grandparent's worth more than her grandma? ♪ that her dad is worth more than her mom? ♪ day tell her despite her education, her drive, her skills her intelligence he will automatically be valued less than every man she meets? ♪ or maybe i'll be able to tell
her something different. >> i love that commercial. >> love that. >> i remember sitting on the couch and i went -- i'm like clapping at the tv. i was like -- >> that was amazing. >> yeah. >> love that. >> powerful. one of the most talked about. >> absolutely. another one on social media, the people talking about, is this from cure autoinsurance. the social media stalking. >> mandy? todd from high school. >> how are you? >> you look great. and that trip to miami, that looked like fun. the picture of you in the two-piece. like 100 likes. well, 101. your oldest daughter stephanie, she is going to fill out. want to take a quick selfie? >> i'm going to go todd. >> don't follow too closely. >> okay. stay off of social media. >> and it's real life. people are facebook stalked. that's one of the reminders. >> what's interesting about the
game was so good, normally in a normal game all we would be talking about is gaga's performance and the halftime show. >> it was fantastic. >> it was good. >> i mentioned earlier, i read that she has been wanting to do this since she was 4 or 5 years old. to have that moment, when she was her best self. you know what i mean? >> she's wonderful. >> would you jump off of the roof of a stadium for a concert? >> i couldn't believe she did it. it was great. >> i didn't realize those were drones behind her. >> really? >> at first, i thought is this a c.g. situation? >> no. 300 drones. >> wow. >> and after she dropped, after this she performed a medley of hits. you want to take a listen? >> with liberty and justice for all. ♪ can't read my poker face can't read my ♪ ♪ can't read my poker face ♪
♪ ♪ ooh-la-la want your bad romance ♪ >> super bowl li. >> where did she go? >> gone. >> i would love to see what she jumped into. >> she had the boots on. >> is it a safe bet she bounced. >> i wanted to see her jump off. i wanted to see all of that. >> and she didn't have a special guest. but she didn't need one. i felt like that was her moment. >> i agree. 100%. >> that was so terrific. >> it would have been -- it would have been e interrupted if someone else got in there. >> you have a new album out. it's called "sing it now: songs of faith and hope." it's hard to believe it's your first gospel album. >> i let my sister do the gospel music. that's her genre. this is the first time i've ever done it. my manager from the middle '80s, and my producer they got
together and said you have to do a gospel inspirational album. >> how did it feel to do it? >> yeah. tisha yearwood. >> i heard them rehearsing. an i heard the organ of my home days in church in kansas. i haven't heard an organ like that in a while. >> and people want in now. your lead singing "back to god" has soared across number one on on all genres. congratulations. at this time where we are in our country, we're looking for a safe place. >> i agree. >> a little inspiration. god bless you for doing this. >> it feels good. >> it feels good. randy houser and his brother-in-law dallas wrote this song eight years ago. and i heard it on randy's album. and i fell in love with it. i thought, if i ever get an opportunity, i would love to record it. i didn't think i could beat
randy's version because i love his singing so much. and so it happened that i did get to record this song. and it -- timing is everything. and everything happens for a reason. >> now that we buttered you up can we be nosey now? >> uh-huh. >> we're going to play a little game to know reba a little better. a game called "country confession." bring out the boot. >> there's a snake in my boot. >> okay. >> inside this magic boot we have questions for you. >> okay. let her rip. >> aren't you supposed to answer questions. are we all answering? >> just reba. i just thought you would read it for her. that's all right. >> do you pick your own music off the jukebox? >> i used to. yes. >> they have jukeboxes? >> i guess they do. >> what else? >> that's a nice boot by the way. >> what's the craziest thing an audience member has ever done at one of your concerts? oh what they do now. they get up in front of the
stage and they turn their back to me. and somebody will take a picture with me and them. >> the selfie. >> yeah. >> i like that. >> does that bother you? >> sometimes i just squat down and take a picture with them. it depend on how tight my britches are. do you have a hidden talent? if so show us. >> if so please tell me. one more. here we go. what's your favorite country music song of all-time? >> nancy. is that a country song? >> if you sang it that makes it a country song. up next what's the one item you can find in reba's purse? >> that's a good one. >> we will find out after these messages. which you are you? be the you who doesn't cover your moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. be the you who shows up in that dress. who hugs a friend. who is done with treatments that don't give you clearer skin. be the you who controls your psoriasis with stelara® just 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses. stelara® may lower your ability to fight infections and may increase your risk of infections
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he predicted on our show and said there would be a big win by the patriots. >> he was correct. >> i think that qualifies. so what's in reba's bag. there's a feature for "us weekly" when you revealed what you keep always in your bag. >> i love this one. one item you said you can't go without is a sharpie for autographs. you talked about you want to go back to pen and paper. these guys so many people want a selfie right? but autographs are timeless. >> right. in fact taylor swift says she doesn't really sign many autographs. everybody wants selfies. >> very true. >> if i had a choice i don't know. >> they would go let's take a selfie. it's a snapchat and then they walk away from me. well do you want my autograph? anything else? let's just send this out. >> right. >> is there something to having
an autograph? >> i would like to have the autograph? >> you don't want the selfie? >> you want both. >> yeah. >> speaking of signing, we are thrilled. reba is kicking off country music week. we have trace atkins jennifer nettles, tomorrow keith urban. wait until you hear what we're doing for freebie friday. we're having all of the amazing stars team up. and you're going to sign the same guitar. >> sign a guitar. >> that's exciting. >> we give away friday. >> five guitars on the plaza. >> three at home and -- >> three and two. >> six guitars. three and three. >> there's my sharpie. >> you can't sign that with a camera. >> this is fantastic. >> somebody is walking away with that. >> if you're a country music fan, you have to come down to the plaza and check this out the and we'll tell you how you can win one of those at home.
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it slices. it dices. it makes mounds of julienne fries. but which on the seen on tv products actually work? here to tell us "popular science" editor joe brown. how did you test these things? >> we took them home and used them in everyday life, like you would if you bought this off tv. we had a god time with it. >> let's start with red copper. >> the lady is making sticky buns to eggs. the eggs slide around. do you want to crack one in there? or do you want me to? nice. >> there you go. >> as you see, it slides around a lot. like it's not sticking. and that does work. nonstick works. and they claim to use copper and ceramic to make it long-lasting. we haven't had it for that long. so our concern was that it might not last as long.
i know the company -- >> they said -- we reached out to red copper with the concerns. they said the key to long-term use is to treat it with care. >> don't run it over in the suv like in the commercial? i'm not sure. >> what's the next one? >> this is cat's meow. it's 23 bucks. and we had our contributing kitten juliet test it. they liked it more when they weren't on a tv set. but you can use this thing to distract your cat when you're trying to get some work done. >> it doesn't seem to be -- >> well the other cat, george liked it a lot. he couldn't be here today. but we gave that one a thumbs up. that was really good. >> juggle bubbles. >> you want to put this glove on? i will blow a doublebubble. when you blow a bubble and it pops? they're magic gloves. and it will then let you catch the bubble. can you catch it?
look at that. that's better than we ever did because we couldn't make it work in our office testing. we gave it a thumbs down. it might need a new rating because you made it work. >> we reached out to juggle bubble about these concerns. and this is what juggle bubble said. practice makes perfect. once you get the hang of it the gloves work like a charm. what else do we find for the kids? >> you remember -- i don't know if you remember. when i was a kid, we had markers you would color and you go over it with a white marker and erase it. they have upgraded them now to be like home airbrush. they have the markers and they come with some stencils. and if you blow through, she is making a nice set -- you mind if i look at your art. you can stencil them out. and when it's faded, that's the white pen that makes it erase. we gave this an enthusiastic
thumbs up. they were great when we were kids and they're great now. >> here's our last one. the street strider. you've been on the elliptical at the gym. have you been on the elliptical out of the gym? >> i have not. >> me neither. we were on these things in our office. they were a little tricky to work indoors. this is an outdoor toy, not on indoor toy. they can go really fast. >> one of our producers, gavin. >> gavin is doing better than anybody on "the popular science" staff did while trying to ride this thing. >> he's quite athletic. >> looks like it. >> like a gazelle. >> so it's 1600 bucks. >> how much? >> 1600 bucks. >> wow. better stay in the street for a long time. >> yeah. >> get your money's worth. >> they can go pretty fast. >> another statement. we reached out to street strider with some concerns. there's a learning curve. we recommend you practice in an open space, like a tv studio. once you feel confident you're ready to enjoy all of the health
♪ >> whoa.i'm ... ==topvo== as we ter 'week 2' ofntolin garcia-torres' rder good morning. 9:26 on your monday morning. i'm sam brock as we enter week two of torres' murder trial. defense attorneys are trying to convince jurors that sierra lamar may have run away or cultivated a secret life or friends and family never knew about. prosecutors called on three friends, all around the age of sierra lamar when she disappeared. one person yet to be seen in court is sierra's mother who's expected to testify as the last person to see her daughter before she disappeared. ninth circuit court of appeals will be in the national spotlight. judges are expected to issue a ruling in the near future on president trump's travel ban.
that ban was halted on friday by a federal judge in seattle who dwrished a temporary restraining order. then the ninth circuit judges yesterday reviewed that ruling and at least until they pick up the issue again today, they've kept it in place. that controversial ban has led to nationwide protests. silicon valley's most powerful companies have weighed in with nearly 100 filing a brief to the court, including the likes of apple and google arguing it will keep some of the best minds from coming to america. a lot of folks on this post-super bowl monday waking up to dark and drizzly conditions. kari hall has the latest on the weather after this.
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throughout the day and a lot more rain as we go throughout the week. finally clearing out this weekend. let's see how the roads are moving with mike. >> better flow of traffic through the south bay. we have a crash bound northbound right at 280. sounds like only one lane is block but i continue to sea a slower drive develop, from cupertino up into sunnyvale. a smoother drive across the dunbarton. there's the san mateo bridge. one reason it's slower. another live look yeah, very tough headed through dublin to 580. soupy conditions for the tri-valley. >> extra soupy. thanks mike. that will do it for us.
♪ we first fell in love with dan stevens. >> and now dan is hitting the big screen as the beast, in one of the most loved films of the year, the remake of "beauty and the beast." >> and dan headed back to the small screen in the fx series "legion" playing a troubled young man that may be more than human. take a look. >> do they let you throw a little party here? >> yeah. they throw out the furniture. we get a deejay. >> really? >> no. we get better drugs, though. >> really? >> no. it's just thursday.
my 260th thursday as a passenger on the cruise ship mental health. >> sounds like a good time. dan stevens. >> that's you? >> that's me. >> different hair. >> amazing. >> hair. hair hear. >> come on. >> they've been teasing each other about their accents offcamera. >> this show "legion," it's from marvel. it's based on a marvel comic series. but this isn't your everyday superhero show. this is about altered realities. you're not sure which. >> right. it can be a little confusing. yeah. it has a weird take on the superhero thing. and he occupies a weird space in the x-men university. he's a powerful mutant. and he doesn't know it. he's been told that he's paranoid schizophrenic. >> does he think he's crazy? i wondered too.
you have the most captivating eyes i've ever seen in my life. look at his eyes. look. somewhere. right? okay. what was my question, al? >> suddenly this got a little creepy. >> i can't stop staring at your eyes. does it make you crazy to play someone that is crazy? seriously. i'm watching last night and you don't know if you're in the alternate reality and even when you're acting, they didn't tell you if it was real or wasn't. >> does she sound crazy. >> and look how i'm leaning into your eyes. >> this is good. "legion" is about this confusion. he doesn't know to begin with. we have people telling him one thing. then another group of people come in and tell him that his whole life has been a lie. the line between reality and unreality is very unstable for him. as it is in the real world in the moment. there's a lot of people who can't really tell reality from unreality. and some hold positions of government now. and that's fine. it's an interesting time to play with a show that dances on the
seam of the fabric of reality. >> it sucks you in. >> like his eyes. >> admit it al. >> i'm sucked in. i really am. i almost forgot to ask, i am so captivated "beauty and the beast." you get the call to play the beast, what goes through your mind? what are you thinking? >> i mean a few things. that go through your mind. it's epic. it's one of the great fairy tales of all-time. somebody is asking you to step into the shoes or in my case stilts. and portray one of the great characters from fairy tales and bring one of my favorite characters to life. and to do that with the incredible people. and with original music and new songs. it was unbelievable. >> the headdress, how long did it take you to get into makeup? >> it was all cgi. motion capture on the suit.
and the face was done separately. when i was on set, i was on stilts in a big muscle suit covered in lycra. everything else looked gorgeous. and emma watson. and the sets were incredible. and there's me sweating away. this is going to look different. this will be okay? over the months i've seen it emerge. this beast and these guys over at disney putting every digital hair and every pore on my digital face. it's been amazing. magical to watch it emerge. >> do they keep the eyes? your eyes? >> oh ya e. >> are you doing this to me on purpose. he was talking and got in deep here. >> that's how i work. >> a lot of people are wondering if we will hear the classic songs. a lot of us know -- ♪ there goes a baker with a tray like always ♪ ♪ every morning is just the same the morning that he came to this ♪ ♪ poor provincial town
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show we talked about the fact some people -- you're nodding your head. ketchup. >> in the fridge. in the fridge. once you open it in the fridge. i like that hot/cold contrast. >> i do too. >> and it separates less. >> i keep mine in the pantry. >> tomatoes you want to ripen on the counter. but the products once you open in the fridge. >> i'll take your expert. >> expert enough. i have known the love of many a french fry. this is something i came up with called the four of hearts salad. a little hearts. valentine's day. hearts of palm. artichoke hearts and hearts of romaine. everything else will go flavor our blood orange hearts a little blood. >> why not? of course. >> we have the two things. blood for your heart and bacon to work in the opposite direction. >> wow. >> over here we have hearts of palm. you can chop these up really
really fine. >> watch those fingers. >> you don't necessarily have to use the frilly top of the celly. and that can work as a seduction technique. you can chop these up fine. but i use this bottom bit. if you spread it open it looks like a rose. we will put it upended in a little bit of the dressing. we'll throw in our hearts of palm celery hearts. a little rough chop on the artichoke. and we'll throw in chives parsley, and pinch of red pepper. >> you know it's going to be good. >> and a little olive oil to activate it. mix it. leave it in the fridge for about 20 minutes. it may get a little wetter. but it's going to have unbelievable flavor and everything is going to get a chance to marry. >> doable. >> we'll move right on. people think lettuce is delicate. take hearts of romaine. brush it with olive oil and
throw them on to the grill. you can do it on a bias to get the grill marks here. you may want to take them off before these, so they have a little crunch. >> they don't get wilty? >> not at all. you can put a little weight on it. i had this one down it's starting to get a char. we'll char it. take it off the heat. right here we have shallots cooking. take it off. and get some bacon off. shallots and bacon fat. we have honey. >> if my husband did all of this for valentine's day i would be his forever. that came out wrong. >> yeah. >> have you got dan stevens' eyes. >> this will be great. >> i'll just stop talking. >> people will show him the dan stevens interview and this. happy valentine's day. >> i'm going to move. dijon mustard, rice vinegar.
and get these combined with the blood orange. mix it with the bacon fat and the shallots. let it come to temperature. as it combines going to bring in a lit official the chopped bacon. four strips worth. it's crispy now but it will become chewy. you want to watch it. you don't want it to burn. moving over here we have our charred romaine. we have our salad. we plate it right on top. >> al how does it taste? >> it's fantastic. really is. >> once we plate it you can scoop the dressing on top. >> we have 20 seconds. >> all right. we'll plate that. little goat cheese. >> and what about the -- >> the steaks here's the rose. stick it right on here. move it down. we have a pound and a half ribeye. you want to slice it against the grain. what i like to do is take it after you cook it to rest. i put it right on top of some arugula, so the juices can act like a dressing. i put a little lemon on top, it
brightens everything. a little salt because salt bae. >> that was fantastic. >> and a little entree. >> that looks wonderful. >> i'm not talking anymore. kidding. this is fantastic. >> maybe i will be lucky. >> thank you, adam. you can find this recipe and more at today.com/food. al? >> i feel ready for a romantic meal. >> look at that lining. >> hey, now. >> check out the lining of the coat. >> i should put on a romantic jacket. >> there you go. >> you're my favorite person. >> i like that. let's show you what's going on as far as your weather is concerned. that is pretty sweet. the week ahead, strong storms in the mid mississippi river valley. a snowy start to the week out to the plains the pacific northwest. sunshine along the eastern seaboard. by the middle of the week snow through the ohio river valley. a storm system making its way towards the northeast. strong storms northern california into the pacific northwest with more snow. and the end of the week mild
highs, temperatures looking good. we have a flood threat throughout much of california and into the p good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. parlgts of the bay area seeing heavy rain moving n but we'll see the spotty activity throughout the morning and early afternoon. temperaturewise, we have some upper 50s to lower 60s. san francisco it's 55 degrees. also 55 in the north bay. our storm ranger mobile doppler radar picking up on some rain moving through the peninsula as well as the east bay. some light activity for the north bay. but this is where visibility is the lowest and the roads are very wet as you head out. >> i have to learn that salt move. that's money, baby. coming up next, we've been waiting all morning long. our ♪ look at you, saving money on your medicare part d prescriptions. at walgreens we make it easy for you to seize the day by helping you get more out of life and medicare part d.
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forecast for the next couple of days. a pretty wet week across the bay area. temperatures reaching into the low to mid-60s for the inland spots. for the weekend, it all clears out with some sunshine. let's get an update on this morning's commuted now from mike. >> we don't have that sunshine yet. we're looking over here smooth drive. things are getting easier throughout the south bay. i want to point out on the peninsula, southbound 280 gummed up. northbound not far from there there was a crash. more distraction. things are clearing up throughout the area. palo alto a little compression. northbound 101 as approaching trumbell. moving to the shoulder dublin camera 580, still a good amount of traffic and still wet. back to you. happening now, anthony garcia torres moves into second week of testimony. he's accused of killing sierra lamar five years ago. you can follow along with live tweets from inside the courtroom. so many story lines emerging
. from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. you know who that is. it must be reba. we're so happy you're here with us and she's singing her hit "turn on the radio." now releasing -- you would have thought she would have about ten of them right now. her first ever gospel album called "sing it now," and she's here to perform one of those