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good morning. show of unity as many as 1 million taking to the streets of paris this morning joining forces in the wake of this week's terror attacks as video shows one of the dead terrorists pledging allegiance to isis. his accomplice may have made their way to syria. an indiana couple tasing criminal charges after filming a baby putting a 40 caliber handgun in her house. >> say pow pow. >> what were they thinking? gridiron fever. a huge weekend for football fans. playoffs in full swing, college championship a day away. one fan and enthusiasm
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supporting controversy. the uber fan, chris christie the governor of new jersey not scoring in his home state. this morning why he's not backing down. a golden opportunity. tonight's award season kicks off tonight with the golden globes. who may go home with hardware? we're live on "today" sunday january 11 2015. and welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm erica hill. >> i'm lester holt along side shanielle jones and dylan. people are waiting for what's next in all this. people are coming together in a big way. >> we're going to see a lot of that. that is our top story, the
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massive rally in paris. around 1 million people taking to the streets, a tremendous show of unity in the face of the terror attack that rock had the country. leaders attending including eric holder. bill is live in paris this morning. bill good morning. >> reporter: good morning erica. after a week of horror that has sered itself into the soul of france a day of defiance. tens ofss gathered. you can see the flags ready for this march. leaders from britain, israel germany ready to march too. this could be the biggest rally since the city was liberate ed from the nazis. it's not just here. north and south, france has been on the march. their president called for unity. in their hundreds of thousands, the french are showing it.
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at huge rallies, they showed support for victims of their worst massacre in half a century. they chanted the name of the magazine attacked in paris. the pen, the symbol of free speech something to hold onto after the attack that has shaken this country. they're still absorbing what happened here. 17 innocent lives taken by three gunmen bent on mass murder. one gunmen hit by around 60 bullets as he rushed police at the jewish supermarket were four hostages were killed. he marie survived the carnage but too scared to show her face. the killer said i have explosives i'm not afraid to die, he says. he knew he was going to die. video emerged of what appears to be the killer amedy coulibaly pledging allegiance to isis its flag behind him.
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the video is not verified where or when it was taken. the other two said they were with al qaeda. this was his accomplice hunted across france. reports now say she's fled to maybe syria. the brother of a muslim policeman shot dead said the killers weren't real muslims. when i see that picture of my brother, he says. he couldn't say anymore. today, police have a security challenge as more than 20 prime ministers, presidents former leaders gather to march through paris in a show of unity and defiance. thousands of police guarding them and this city a city still in shock. and erica, some news just in from paris prosecutors. they've said the supermarket killer who killed four hostages
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in the supermarket who also killed a policewoman was also responsible for a random attack on a 32-year-old jogger. police haven't connect had the attack but the ballistics test on the bullet shows the jogger was somehow singled out as well. news from germany this morning, there was an attack on a newspaper in hamburg that refingerprintre reprinted cartoons from the magazine where this took place. not much damage. a lot happening, a security challenge, not just here in france but across europe. >> it is scary stuff. if we could go back to the alleged accomplice, the terrorist at the supermarket. if she did in fact make her way to turkey or ultimately to syria as we've heard a, what are the chances bill that second be apprehended? >> reporter: well, very good
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question. hayat boumeddiene according to sources left paris five days before the massacre flew to madrid and tos stan bull. after that some reports say she has now gone to syria. nbc news cannot confirm that. if she's in turkey if that is true there's some chance of arresting her. quite frankly, if she's gone across the border to syria, the chances are almost nil. at this point, the trail has gone cold. french authorities are still looking for her. >> bill in paris, thank you. the events overseaed raised questions about this country's preparedness. chuck todd is moderator of "meet the press." good morning to you. we look at paris, ottawa and sydney. these were low tech attacks, people with guns. as we look at our country's
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preparedness i know the administration has a strategy. are they reexamining and wondering now if it's enough to cataract home grown terrorism? >> the more we learn about theattack the more we learn yemen was involved. we the past few years we thought we degraded yemen. the scary thing about paris is these two brothers that got training over there essentially were sleeper cell for four years. that's the new concern lester with security officials. which is okay are there people the united states government had identified as potential threats but followed them a while and thought they're not doing much. this is what french authorities ended up doing. do we need to look back and need more resources? those are the questions and hand ringing going on in the u.s. >> there's some push now to
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reintroduce reentry of foreign fighters to take away passports if they go overseas. is there an effective way to determine who is signed on with these groups? >> that seems to be on one hand where you say they have found some ways. u.s. intelligence officials had identified these guys and had them on the no fly list. that's intelligence officials doing their jobs but can you see everybody? can you track everybody? i think that's the -- it's a resource issue. is this more of a problem for western europe than the united states? there are plenty of security officials here who say it is. >> chuck todd thanks very much. and this morning on "meet the press," we'll have more on the aftermath of attacks in paris including the interview with eric holder about the fear of home grown terror in this country. overseas the hunt for airasia black boxes intensified
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overnight. shanielle has the latest. good morning. >> good morning. investigators believe they're close to a critical piece of wreckage. nbc is in surabaya indonesia with the latest. kelly? >> reporter: shanielle searchers detected more signals in the area where the tail section from the airasia plane was found. divers have been sent down to investigate. that tail was brought up on saturday. it took divers three hours to do it using a system of flotation devices, cranes to drag it onto the deck of the ship. once above the sea surface, it was clear there was significant damage. black boxes were not on it. now divers are checking the area a mile or two away they heard more pings today. they have found some debris including passenger seats. local media is now reporting the pings are coming from underneath a large piece of wreckage which would make it very difficult to
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visually confirm that those pings are actually coming from the black boxes. confident words from the airasia founder tony fernandez today dweet tweeting we're led to believe the black boxes may have been found. my main thoughts are fusle lodge. more than 100 are still missing. pressure from families is increasing. a pressure to focus on the search for their remains rather than the black boxes. shanielle? >> thank you kelly. now to michigan and the scene of the massive interstate pileup why some lanes have just reopened. treacherous weather triggered the pileup of almost 200 vehicles with a spectacular explosion after a truck carrying fireworks caught fire. that driver escaped without injury. crews are working to remove the tanker carrying acid. an indiana couple is facing charges after filming a baby
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putting a gun in her mouth. the husband is heard telling the baby to say pow pow. the mother claims it was a pilot gun. the video was discovered after the man allegedly tried to sell a gun to a cop on facebook. a pilot killed in a small plane crash in los angeles has been identified as a nasa scientist. the plane nose dived friday at a busy intersection after takeoff. the 47-year-old pilot worked on two mars missions and was an employee at nasa's jet laboratory. center for disease control prevention is urging more viral flu meds like tamiflu as it's not working this year against the virus. 26 children have died this year from the flu in almost all 50 states. it will be do or dye on the road to the super bowl.
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this incredible pass in the final minutes of the game lifted patriots to a 35-31 win over the ravens. >> dylan dryer happy this morning. seahawks over panthers becoming the first super bowl champion to win following a playoff season. we'll have more on the marquee match over one of the team's biggest fans. there's your include. >> shanielle, thanks. we should point out dylan, you live in new york now. >> she grew up in new jersey. >> new jersey don't always take the team's focus to them. >> that's true. my brother grew up being a patriots and red sox fan. it's engrained in me. let's talk about the ice today and in this morning. moisture from the south. frigid air is just cold enough to turn that rain to freezing rain. because of that we have winter weather advisories.
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even in indianapolis we have an ice storm warning. we could end up with a quarter of ice. that's enough to take down power lines and make things slippery. a tenth of an inch of ice on untreated roads and on and off ramps. could make your commute monday slippery. not going date of birth a big deal as the rain starts to take over. still, watch the a good sunday morning. i'm meteorologist michelle grossman. not as cold as yesterday, but still cold for? time of year. still below normal. 35 to 38. a mixture of sun and clouds before more clouds roll in. out ahead of us a system that will affect us monday morning. we're expecting a wintry mix. 35 degrees. sunshine returns on tuesday. mostly sunny and breezy, 33. keeping it quiet for a thursday friday, and saturday. a high of 40 on saturday. have a great day.
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>> and that's your latest forecast. let's talk more about football. football allegiance. as we mentioned football fever is sweeping the country whether you're a fan of the college game or pros. we have the angles covered this morning. we begin with dallas cowboys who once again have a lucky charm at their do or die playoff game against the packers today. new jersey governor chris christie is in green bay for the big game hoping to give cowboys owner jerry jones another big hug. even though he's paying his own way, the trip is not sitting well with some in its state. kristin has more for us. good morning. >> reporter: lester, good morning. governor chris christie says he's going to green bay to help his beloved cowboys win tonight's critical game. a spokesperson telling his orange sweater has been dubbed part of the team's mojo. fans in the new jersey region are crying foul. some saying the presidential contender has lost their vote.
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not surprisingly christie isn't backing down. >> new jersey governor chris christie has never gone away from a good fight. now the new battle. the candidate has infew rateurew -- has infew rated many by cheering for another team. he's seen with jerry jones, the two hugging awkwardly after the touchdown. some took to twitter to slam christie. one newspaper depicting him as a cheerleader. >> i'm not going to change sports team royalties to score political points. >> christie who says he's been a fan for life has take ton talk road to defend himself. >> i would take the abuse in
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return for cowboy's playoff win. >> as christie prepares to attend tonight's game his spokesperson said he'll pay for travel and tickets for himself. this comes as many expect him to i have join the knock down challenge of presidential hopefuls. >> if chris christie makes it clear he's always been a cowboys fan, this will not be politically damaging to him. >> reporter: christie has a rivalry going on the sidelines with wisconsin governor scott walker who's expected to attend the game and who also might make a run in 2016. should be interesting. >> all right kristin. that is a high hand that didn't happen. >> got to love when they intercept. college fans also have a reason to be excited this weekend. they're getting ready for a historic game tomorrow night. the first ever playoff national championship. it's set to take place between
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oregon and ohio state. craig melvin is covering the excitement in arlington, texas where that game will be played. good morning. >> reporter: erica, good morning to you. more than 60,000 are expected in north texas today and tomorrow to watch the buckeyes and ducks. this is the first time college football has tried something like this. it will cull ma nate tomorrow's championship game first ever as you mentioned. some say the game could one day rival the super bowl. >> the scene is set. a matchup of two college football programs oregon ducks and ohio state buckeyes in the first ever national playoff championship in college football. the night is shaping up to be a battle of two quarterbacks. fans have clear favorites.
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>> when i was little you never imagined anything like this. >> expectations are high. >> once in a lifetime opportunity. >> so exciting. >> the semifinals on new year's day shattered the ratings record. both games scored more than 28 million viewers each, making it the most watched cable event in history. >> look at the championship monday night and take ticket sales, merchandise, sponsorship marketing rights advertising. a pie that's probably over a billion dollars. >> reporter: you've still got time to get hands on tickets. nose bleed tickets, standing room only going for a few hundred bucks. >> is that all? >> if you're a diehard fan, they have plenty of them. >> yes, they do. that's a lot of fun. craig, thanks. just ahead on "today." two men attempting the toughest climb up 3,000 feet of vertical
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with more. >> good morning. they say a picture is worth a thousand words. look at pictures kevin and tommy have been posting to twitter and facebook. can you imagine? a two week plus free climb all documented on social media. day one of the climb, tommy has this to say. he says the start of the push is finally here. he goes on to say we were nervous, but things worked out well. i love this. the guys are 12,000 feet in the air watching netflix. we talked about what we did new year's. kevin has us beat. they have a live in refrigerator so food doesn't spoil. not bad. kevin took time out for a twitter q&a to answer your questions. wepts we wanted you to see this. this is no joke. look at this image. the place to put their hands and
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♪ if you want it ♪ ♪ go out and get it ♪ still to come on "today," gone without a trace. what happened to the wall street report thaerp vanished from his new jersey home one year ago today? plus the controversy. students at the all girl high school find their id photos are retouched without them being asked. you' when the flu hits, it's a really big deal. the aches. the chills. the fever. an even bigger deal? everything you miss out on...
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"nbc 10 news" starts now.
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>> good morning. i'm rosemary conners. it's just a few minutes before 8:30. it is a cold one out there this morning. let's get a check of the forecast from meteorologist michelle grossman. a little bit of an improvement from yesterday, though, right, michelle? >> that's right. by this afternoon, we're going to be into the 30s. off to a frigid start, though. we're cold right now, but by this afternoon much better. taking a look outdoors looking at some sunshine this morning. before clouds build in later on tonight. right now, 15 in mount pocono. just 9 degrees in millville. 18 in dover. ten degrees is what we're looking at in atlantic city right now. by this afternoon, not as cold. a wintry mix affects our monday morning commute, 35. by tuesday, it's breezy, 33. more clouds coming on wednesday. right near the freezing mark at 34. >> you can stay on top of the winter weather by downloading the nbc 10 news and weather apps. you can get updated forecasts, traffic alerts and any weather-related news any time of day. you can download the app for free for the iphone or android.
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now to a developing story from delaware. the kids are safe but their mother keshia hamilton remains missing this morning following an amber alert. she was last seen at her home in east cayhill lane. that's where police detectives searched for clues yesterday. keshia hamilton and her two children, 4-year-old collette and 4-month-old cortez disappeared yesterday. late last night, the children were found alive and safe in the company of their father cortez hamilton sr., and the amber alert was cancelled. i'm rosemary conners. we'll see you back here in 30 minutes at 9:00.
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we're back. we're back on a sunday morning, january 11 2015.
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great crowd on the plaza this morning. >> we've been chitchatting. >> they're braving chilly temperatures to come say hi. that's a big deal. thanks to members for spending their morning with us, you at home as well. we have a lot coming up. first a look at this morning's top headlines. as many as 1 million taking streets in paris joining forces in the wake of this week's a terror attacks. members from around the world attending including eric holder. a video shows one of the dead terrorist pledging allegiance to isis. his alleged accomplice may have made her way to syria. an indiana couple is is facing charges after filming a baby putting a 40 caliber gun in her mouth. the couple is heard telling the baby to say pow pow. the video was discovered after the man tried to sell a gun to a cop on facebook. and investigators are close
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to the doomed airasia crash. the black box recorders are critical to why the plane went down. this comes after the tail section of the plane was retrieved from the plane saturday. still to come in this half hour of "today," get ready for golden globe awards tonight here on nbc. we're going live to the red carpet for you for a sneak peek at what you can expect from hollywood's biggest party. how is everyone doing on their new year's resolution? >> if you're a little worried, have no fear. we have got ideas you can start today to help from everything from weight loss to money saving. and students at an all girl's high school found their id and yearbook photos retouched in order for them to appear skinnier. let's begin with a final check of the weather from dylan. >> it's a little cold. the gloves with the tips -- >> they're cool. >> we can do things with fingers, but it's freezing.
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going to remain cold throughout the northeast and midwest today. we've got rain in the golden club country, in la. moving further north and should clear out in time for the golden globes later today. on the flip side of that looking at very cold temperatures. 2 below marquette, michigan 21 buffalo, 18 boston. temperatures still stay below average. the cold extends down south with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. later this afternoon, the coldest air is still across the northern plains. we are going to start to see some improvements this week next weekend especially. looking for temperatures to finally get above average. we've got ice expected especially up through indianapolis. that's where we could see a quarter of an inch later today and tonight. we could see power outages. watch out tomorrow as that starts to spread east. it's not looking like a major ice storm. it's enough to make the roads slippery and a good sunday morning.
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i'm meteorologist michelle grossman. not as cold as yesterday, but still cold for this time of year. still below normal. 35 to 38. we'll see a mixture of sun and clouds before more clouds roll in. we're expecting a wintry mix. a messy morning commute on monday morning. 35 degrees. sunshine returns on tuesday. mostly sunny and breezy 33. more clouds on wednesday. 34 and keeping it quiet for a thursday, friday and saturday. a high of 40 on saturday. have a great day. >> raise your hand if you have a birthday today. we have a lot of people with birthdays. no wonder there are so many in the freezing cold. we're celebrating birthdays. >> thanks very much. we turn to the case of the wall street journal reporterer that disappeared from his home in new jersey. leading investigative correspondent sin any i can'tcynthia is following that. >> he was a marathon runner boy
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scout leader devoted husband and father. exactly a year ago today he vanished without a trace. >> that's a long way down. >> it is a long way down. >> for the past year police chief and hundreds of others have searched these woods and the river below for david. >> anything? >> nothing. >> bird's wife nancy says her husband stepped off their new jersey porch exactly a year ago and disappeared. >> he said i'm going for a walk before the storm comes. i said okay. >> david bird walked the many trails around their home countless times before. as a veteran reporter for the wall street journal, he travelled the world but always returned to his wife of 23 years and their two children. not that night last january. >> i woke up and saw his phone charging. i thought, i can't even call him. that's when i started to panic. >> to make matters worse, david
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needed medication twice daily. he had come close to death a decade ago when a liver started to fail. an organ donation gave him a second chance at life and dreams to chase like running the new york city marathon. >> his goal was finish the marathon in less time it took his transplant surgery to take place. the surgery was eight hours. he finished in less time. >> the chief says rescue teams scrubbed thousands of acres by foot horse back and helicopter looking for david bird. >> he could have been hit by a car. we had volunteers walk miles and miles of roadway looking for any sign of damage from a vehicle. nothing. no. >> he had already beat the odds once. why would he vanish without a trace? >> one of the things that comes to people's minds is he decided to walk out on his life. that he decided to disappear. >> this is a man who is so dedicated to his family loves
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he and the children. i know that without a shadow of a doubt. needs life saving medication twice a day and would never take that for granted. >> the case remains open with no clues. >> how are you coping? >> because i love him and i want him to come home. >> such a painful case. the wall street journal is offering a $10,000 reward for information that helps find david. later today there's going to be a candlelight vigil to keep a light on for him. lester erica? >> thanks very much. a story that has a lot outraged. high school id photos retouched to make the girls look flawless. it happened at a private school in kansas city missouri. kristin joining us with more. >> good morning erica. this is what we're talking about. it wasn't just slimming the girls in the photo. freckles removed lips recolored, eyebrows reshaped.
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one student tells us she didn't look like herself anymore. >> we're all used to seeing magazine covers retouched, turned into glossy and unrealistic perfection. the high school i.d. photos of teenage girls? >> i just knew something wasn't right in this photo. i didn't know what it was. >> she says this was her photo before. and this was after. >> they had slimmed my face down. changed my skin tone and smoothed everything out. >> she was outraged and posted her complaints on reddit. >> i've always had big cheeks. at this point i've learned to love them. i was liking the way i was looking. >> other students said the thing happened to their photos supposed to be used in the yearbook later this year. the all girl's private school says it was all a mistake on the part of the photo company. the photo company tells the kansas city star it ran the
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photos through an automay tif retouching program by accident. the original un20u67touched photos will be used in the yearbook. last may, utah students were up in arms after their photos were retouched to add sleeves and move necklines up. celebrities say there'ses are retouched all the time without tharp consent. stars like jamie lee curtis preferring these untouched images of what they really look like their true beauty something these kansas city teens relate to. >> the untouched true me will be going in the yearbook. >> new i.d.s are issued with the real untouched photos. an impressive group of girls that want those real photos in the yearbook. >> it's nice to see. >> i wish somebody had slimmed
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down my hair somehow in my yearbook photo. >> but at the time i bet you loved it. i loved mine. thanks. up next, one of hollywood's biggest nights. could be big hair here. things made with love are the best things. you put your heart into it make it special. you go out of your way to show how much you care. and that's exactly how we grow our avocados all year round. with love, from mexico.
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award. the who's who of tv and film come together on a night where about anything can happen. we're live with janet on the red carpet. >> lester good morning, good news we beat the traffic. 12 hours from now, the show will be underway well before then stars are right here on the red carpet. 20 million people watch the golden globes last year. it has such a following because it's become known for unscripted moments that has everyone talking the next morning. >> it's the awards show with a sense of humor. >> tonight we honor the television shows that have entertained us all year as well as the films that have been in theaters for two days. >> with the stars seated eded casually at tables and alcohol flowing, the golden globes is a sglobes.
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>> what kim kardashian is to kate middleton. >> to the occasional technical fail. >> i'm goingnot going to lie, they put up the wrong script. >> to human error. >> this has become must see tv. there are the awkward moments. >> i was just flushing the toilet and someone said you won. i thought they were joking. >> those not so subtle reminders it's time to wrap it up. >> can have people at home hear this music or do they think you're getting really fast because you're having a panic attack which i'm probably having? >> for the three years ricky hosted the show barbs were sharp. >> looking at all faces reminds me of great work that's been done this year by cosmetic surgeons. >> tonight will be tina fay and amy polar's third time.
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bars are set high after past performances. >> matthew mcconaughey did an amazing job for his role. he lost 45 pounds or what actresses call being in a movie. >> speaking of unscripted moments, look at the operation going on behind me. they're getting a lot more rain than they expected and the red carpet is underneath that plastic. it is soaked. they are trying to cover it up and redo. i expect in a couple of hours, there are going to be massive driers out here. it is coming down right now, very wet. the carpet is drenched. back to you. >> we'll keep our fingers crossed maybe it will let up. we don't want the hair to turn to glue with the spray. thanks so much. who is expected to win big? >> let's break down our predictions with the executive editor of entertainment weekly
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and editor of huffington post. >> good morning. >> let's start off lee with selma. there was that posting that it was the winner and turned out to be a computer test. does this have a strong chance of best picture? >> i think "selma is" is up there. i'm going to say "boy hood" is the one to beat. >> i'm going with it as well. watching him grow up on screen is an incredible thing. it's a case of life influencing art. >> we're 234 agreement on the first one. when it comes to best actor in a motion picture, drama, there's a lot of love for two in this category. who's going to take it? >> that's right. it comes down to "theory of everything" and "imitation game." >> it was a physical and emotional transformation. we're giving it to him. >> a lot of buzz around julie
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anne mooar. she's got real competition? >> oh yeah. personally jennifer anniston may come in and sneak this one moore could possibly win. she could take one home tonight. >> when it comes to best motion picture, musical or comedy there's a lot of love in this category for "birdman." some aren't sure it's fitting in the comedy category. is this the one to beat? >> it really is. "birdman" led the pack in terms of nominations. we expect it to take home this prize. it's a technically hard film to make. it's an inside show biz story. >> great leading men here. >> michael keaton for sure will
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make his way to the top. this is a comeback story for him. he deserves it. he's incredible in "birdman." >> i agree with that. >> who about best actress? >> i think the leading contenders are amy adams for "big eyes" and emily blunt for "into the woods." it seems they'll give it to emily blunt this year. she sang her heart out. her category is best actress in a comedy award. >> best tv series drama. you've got "the affair," "game of thrones." "the good wife." what do you see? >> this is the hardest category. i would like to see "the good wife" get the prize. no broadcast zraumdrama awarded since
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2006. >> it's been a while. i'm going for "game of thrones." >> i like that show too. >> we'll all be watching tonight. great to have you with us. thanks for your predictions and insight this morning. just a reminder catch the golden globe awards tonight at 8/7 central here on nbc. we're bonding this morning. we have he and his family from germany. go ahead and take it away. >> still to come on "today"," having trouble keeping those new year's resolutions? have no fear. we have the tips to keep you on track on our huh, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know you that former pro football player ickey woods will celebrate almost anything? unh-uh. number 44... whoooo! forty-four, that's me! get some cold cuts...
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with 2015 now in full swing, we figure it's a good time to check in and see how new year's resolutions are holding up. >> we didn't make any. >> on our start today series here are a few more tips to give you a great head start to the year. >> get a head's start today. >> today.
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>> today. >> today. >> get a head start today by organizing your workouts for the week. grab a calendar write down everything you're going to do. check the gym schedule see what classes are valuable. if you're going to work out side check your weather app. check the weather for that day and plan accordingly. if you're organized right here you be organized out there. >> getting a raise is fantastic. the problem is not enough people save their raises. let's say you get a raise for $1500. divide by the number of weeks in the year. that comes out to roughly $29 a week. go to your bank online and set up a recurring transfer so that the money just flows automatically out of checking and into savings every time it lands. >> put on that apron and get a head start today by cooking a couple of meals on sunday. i suggest double and triple
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those recipes. this way you have lots left over. you can preportion them in containers label the stock and stock pile right in the freezer. you are going to have one impressive stash of healthy, home cooked meals. >> get a head start today by organizing your bling. this is really easy. all you need is an empty wall. go to a mass market store and get a few hooks. put them on the wall. every necklace and bracelet has a home and don't get tangled. accessorize in style and start your week on the right foot. >> those are our tips. >> now start today. >> start today. >> start today. >> they always inspire me. >> yeah. it looks so easy. i'm getting the hooks today. >> you can use it for your ties. >> that's a good idea.
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>> the tip about organizing your workouts and thinking in advance of maybe you'll go outside wednesday and do something. >> you going to work out all week? >> i'm going to start tomorrow. >> that's the other series start tomorrow. >> hastthat's in february. every sunday we're going to bring you tips from our experts. they hope they're inspiring you as they are us. it is all this [bassist] two late nights in tucson. blew an amp.but good nights. sure,music's why we do this,but it's still our business. we spend days booking gigs then we've gotta put in the miles to get there. but it's not without its perks. like seeing our album sales go through the roof enough to finally start paying meg's little brother- i mean,our new tour manager-with real,actual money. we run on quickbooks.that's how we own it. my hygienist told me that less tartar means less scraping. so i'm going pro. [ male announcer ] new crest
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"nbc 10 news" starts now. >> it was the last thing a woman expected to find when she went to her boyfriend's house. three people dead. you'll hear what neighbors have to say about the investigation in a live report. in delaware it's a frantic search for a missing mother. investigators are looking at a text message she sent to a relative just before she disappeared. right now, traffic is moving pretty smoothly on i-95 in south philadelphia, but this time tomorrow, it will be a different story, as the first alert weather team is tracking a wintry mix on the way. good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary conners. it's 9:00 on this sunday. meteorologist michelle grossman is


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