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maximum security. washington, d.c., under lockdown this morning. the national guard and police on high alert with president-elect biden's inauguration just four days away. state capitols ramping up security as well amid fears of armed protests in all 50 states. this morning the push to protect our nation and a look at the terror threat from within. chaos and confusion. frustrations mount across the country. governors furious after learning that the federal government never had the stockpile of coronavirus vaccines they were counting on. biden promising help is on the
way. >> we will immediately work with states to open up vaccinations to more priority groups. and breaking news. health and human services secretary alex azar who helped lead that vaccine rollout hands in his resignation overnight citing the capitol riots. guardian angel. a restaurant manager being haled as a hero this morning after sensing something was wrong with one of her young customers. >> it's just absolutely a miracle and there's no real other way to explain it. >> this morning the brave and ingenious way she saved an 11-year-old boy. those stories plus 850 million reasons to dream. the mega millions jackpot growing even larger overnight with no winner in last night's drawing, but there's still hope with a $640 million powerball drawing tonight. you might just be hours away from getting rich today, saturday, january 16th, 2021.
from nbc news, this is "today" with peter alexander, kristin welker and dylan dreyer. >> welcome to "today." thank you for joining us on this saturday morning. >> we are here. just four days away from the inauguration. dylan, you would not believe what the nation's capitol looks like. we have checkpoints everywhere. high security. it's just unrecognizable, frankly. >> just reminded as you see all of these barricades and troops that all of this is being done to protect us from the threat posed by other americans. kind of a chilling reminder of the situation we find ourselves in. that's where we start beginning with our top story. the threats of more violence this weekend. the nation's capitol today is a fortress. right now there are close to 7,000 service members in washington, d.c. by wednesday that number is expected to grow to more than 25,000 expected for the
inauguration. >> it all stems, of course, from last week's capitol. close to 100 people have now been arrested since then, and the fbi says they have nearly 300 criminal investigations open as well. with the fbi warning that more extremist violence could happen this weekend, there are at least a dozen states that have activated the national guard at their capitol. >> our team is covering it all this morning. we want to begin with nbc's ellison barber on capitol hill. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to both of you. the national guard members who are patrolling the united states capitol today have deployed from 13 different states and the district of columbia. by inauguration day there will be airmen and soldiers patrolling, protecting the nation's capitol from all 50 states. this morning, washington on alert. thousands of armed national guards men are patrolling the capitol grounds, at times surrounded by a 7 foot fence
topped with razor wire. streets are peppered with military vehicles and security checkpoints. >> i feel like i'm in a different country. i wanted to call my mom and tell her, what is going on. >> reporter: the heightened security ahead of president-elect biden's inauguration. response to fears of further attacks like the one on january 6th. the fbi says they received more than 140,000 photos and videos from that day and prosecutors have now opened at least 275 criminal investigations related to the insurrection. among them, jacob chancely who charged into the capitol wearing horns and carrying a spear with an american flag tied around it. prosecutors say chancely left a note on the senate chamber deus warning it's only a matter of time. his attorney said he was following president trump's instruction. he will seek a pardon.
republican members led tours the day before the capitol. >> if they aided and abetted the crime, then they have to be actions taken beyond the congress. >> reporter: the washington post, meanwhile, says vice president mike pence and his family were hiding less than 100 feet from this landing. as this pro trump mob arrived earlier, the attackers would have been in eyesight of the vice president. today the threats continue. the fbi warning of plans for armed protests in all 50 states and the district of columbia. nbc's dasha burns is in michigan state capitol of lansing. >> reporter: with its history of armed threats and protests, fences have gone up and a visible presence of michigan state police officers and national guard deployed. every precaution taken. >> reporter: back in the nation's capitol, a weekend inauguration rehearsal is being
postponed. the national mall, a place rarely without people is closed to the public until january 21st. >> reporter: the national park service says the decision to close the national mall was made with the united states secret service and d.c. police to ensure safety and security. there are two designated protest areas for people who have permits. kristin, peter? >> going to be a long week ahead here in washington. ellison barber on capitol hill. >> let's bring in nbc's senior national security analyst. the former deputy national security adviser to president george w. bush and a senior fellow at west point's counter terrorism center. thank you for being here this morning. everyone bracing for the inauguration on wednesday. it is one of the most important symbols of our nation's democracy. is the country ready? >> i think we're ready, kristin. i think january 6th was a wake-up call that the political
protests can get out of hand, that there are actors willing to a tact the peaceful transfer of power and that the intelligence that we've had about potential threats is very real and needs to be taken seriously. so what you've seen in terms of the preventive measures being undertaken by the secret service and now aided by the national guard is to really create concentric rings of defense around the inauguration site. so i'm not worried about the security of the vice president, the president-elect and the senior officials to be there. i think what's more worrisome is what happens outside those gates and in other parts of the country. >> juan, since 9/11 they've been concerned be about the threats from terrorists. one of the biggest threats that exists is from other americans, i want to put up a picture if i can. law enforcement has been looking at images like this. it looks like a military
formation from some of the rioters. the images leading officials to believe this wasn't just a riot that got out of control but a coordinated, calculated effort following trained maneuvers. how do you view the threat? >> i think, peter, that's a great question. three dimensions to this. one is the fbi and other law enforcement and other intelligence officials looking at how these kinds of attacks are perhaps being coordinated, not just in washington but across the country. whether or not we're seeing a much more organized violent movement than has been assumed. that's one part. i think a second part of this that's concerning is the mixture of people who have been involved. former military. some law enforcement. people who have sworn to defend the constitution and to protect american citizens at the heart of some of this. that's troubling. and then finally whether or not there is not just coordination nationally, not just movements toward violence on january 20th,
but what happens beyond that. is there activity to try to disrupt governance around the country after the inauguration. i think that's really what officials are worried about. >> juan, you talk about the threat all across the country and you make the point it's not just washington, dc. we know capitols are going to be on high alert. they don't have the same resources though. i guess that's the concern. how can they make sure they are protecting themselves? >> you're right, kristin. i think state capitols have to gauge the amount of threat that they're sensing. federal officials are trying to give them as much information as possible. you obviously have the fbi with their joint terrorism task forces that coordinates with local authorities and of course as you reported, there are national guards men now being pulled into state capitols to protect sensitive capitols and facilities. so i think you have people now with their eyes wide open recognizing this is a very real threat and nobody wants to see what we saw on january 6th,
which is government buildings, even government officials being threatened, being attacked. i think that's really going to be the focus on the 20th. >> and beyond as you say. juan zarate. thank you for important information. now from the breaking news alex a zar is resigning citing the capitol riots. it comes at a dig at president trump just days before the president leaves office. nbc's kelly o'donnell has the very latest this morning. kelly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, peter. every remaining cabinet secretary will turn in a resignation letter. what stands out about what secretary azar did and with a pointed message about the insurrection, president trump's rhetoric and role. the president has not commented as he faces an impeachment trial and moving day. the final weekend of the trump era. the president remains out of
sight with signs of an imminent move he have kent around the complex. press secretary kayleigh mcanais any will not return. she was spotted packing her office with family friday. health and human services secretary alex azar submitted his letter days ahead of his resignation with a notable paragraph critical that the actions threatened to tarnish the legacy and he implores the president to demand no one disrupt the inaugural activities. trump loyalist and tv pitch man mike lindell. lindell's paper, words like martial law and cia. lindell has supported the president's false claims of voter fraud. on capitol hill house speaker nancy pelosi keeping a grip on strategy for when she will send the new article of impeachment to the senate.
the final hours of his presidency. peter? >> kelly o'donnell at the white house this morning. thanks. we'll have complete coverage of the inauguration all day on on wednesday starting with a special edition of "today." now to the other big story. of course we are covering the coronavirus. the trump administration's rollout of the vaccine is coming under fire who say they haven't been given what they were promised. it comes amid another painful milestone. more than 2 million dead of covid-19. the u.s. accounts for nearly 20%. saw just under 250,000 cases on friday and nearly 3700 deaths.
nbc's meagan fitzgerald is in hard-hit los angeles with the very latest there. good morning. >> reporter: kristin, good morning to you. as the cdc predicts the u.s. could surpass 400,000 deaths by inauguration day. some 525 people are dying daily in l.a. this after a slovak seen rollout cries grow louder. this morning another blow to the already slovak seen rollout. the nation now learning the federal government never had the stockpile of vaccines states were counting on. the governor of minnesota says their second dose is in jeopardy. >> they were lying. they don't have any doses held back. there is no strategic supply for the second dose. >> next week, colorado residents 70 years and older were set for vaccination. now the state says they'll receive less than 40% of the doses they expected. >> we have 38 million doses available. 31 million distributed.
we're going to keep putting out doses as soon as they come off the production line. >> reporter: vaccine distribution is painfully slow. only 1/3 of doses have been administered. >> somebody needed to put a brain to it as opposed to just a free-for-all. >> reporter: confusion and chaos over how to get the shot playing out across the nation. false rumors of vaccine. >> please go home. >> you've got to have a good flow and you've got to expeditiously get it into people's arms. >> reporter: president-elect joe biden announcing friday he's deploying fema and the national guard to help set up clinics across america to vaccinate 100 million in his first 100 days. >> we will immediately work with states to open up vaccinations to more priority groups. >> reporter: already mass distribution sites are going up across the country from minute maid park in houston to dodgers stadium and disneyland in
california. new efforts to accelerate vaccinations while the virus rages on. >> i think the light at the end of the tunnel is bright. it's there. we can see it. life will really begin to get better so people just have to hold on. >> reporter: president-elect biden says he'll issue an executive order to require mask wearing where he has authority to do so, on federal property and interstate travel on airplanes and trains, but he warned we didn't get into this pandemic overnight and getting past it will take time. kristin and peter? >> urging people to brace for some tough months ahead. meagan fitzgerald, thank you. the national rifle association has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. the country's biggest gun lobby said it plans to leave new york state and re-incorporate in texas. the move comes five months after new york's attorney general filed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the nra and accused its executives of using funds for personal use. the nra claims the lawsuit is politically motivated.
>> let's get a check of the first forecast now with dylan on this weekend before the inauguration. how is it looking, dylan? >> well, for the northeast it's not looking like a great start to your weekend. we had heavy rainfall overnight and we're still seeing heavy rain and snow especially for the interior northeast and back through the great lakes. heaviest of the rain through massachusetts, connecticut, rhode island. you go inland where the cold air is and theis where we have snow. through the day we'll see rain push up into central and northern new england. then on the back side of this we'll see lake effect snow continue to get heavier, especially off lake ontario and lake erie. as for additional rainfall, another 1, 2, 3 inches of rain especially up into new hampshire and down east maine. as for snow, we can see 6 to 8 inches. a majority of that out over the great lakes. the and we've got a clear start
in san jose right now. 47 degrees. we're expecting loads of sunshine this weekend. take a look at the current temperatures. pretty mild to start. in the 50s for santa cruz. 54 degrees. san francisco, 53. here's a look at your daytime highs. high pressure dominating the area, which means we could be seeing near record highs today for this time of year. we're talking 70s in the south bay. 70s in the interior valleys and mid and upper 60s for the coastline and the bay. and that's your latest forecast. peter, i'm loving the glasses this morning. nice look. >> looks good, right? >> after irritating my eyes. >> clark kent. clark kent look this morning. dylan, thank you. still to come, the restaurant manager now being called a hero after she sensed something was wrong with one of her young customers and called police to help him. plus, inside the capitol through the eyes of the national through the eyes of the national guard troops protecting it.
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we are back now on this saturday morning with the weekly download. our look back at the week's biggest stories. among them, high profile arrest after last week's insurrection at the capitol. >> reporter: u.s. olympic swimmer klete keller is facing charges after he was caught on camera inside the capitol last week wearing his team u.s.a. swimming jacket. federal agents say they identified him from this clip cross referencing the shots of the 6'4" athlete. >> keller could not be reached for comment. the head of the u.s. olympic and paralympic committee without referencing him directly said she strongly condemned the actions of the rioters. former michigan governor
rick snider pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges. he willfully neglected his duty during the flint water crisis. >> after the city of flint switched from the detroit water system to the contaminated flint river to cut costs in 2014, at least 12 people died, 80 others sickened and thousands of children were exposed to high levels of led in their drinking water. >> this case has nothing whatsoever to do with partisanship, it has to do with human decency, abandoning the people of flint and final, finally holding people accountable. >> eight other former officials and charged, two with involuntary manslaughter. joanne rodgers, widow of the famed fred rodgers, died at the age of 92. >> hi. >> you remember mrs. rodgers? >> reporter: for 50 years joanne and fred rodgers built a family with two children of their own and millions more they never
met. >> oh, queen share. >> when fred died in 2003, joanne kept his legacy alive and relevant. >> he did his very best. >> reporter: renowned magician siegfried passed away after a battle with pancreatic cancer. the illusionist known for his las vegas acts was 81 years old. >> it's not a magic show, a show with magic moments. >> his death comes eight months after roy horn died from covid-19 complications. some of the week's wildest moments caught on camera. a car in nebraska spun out of control after hitting some frost on the highway. luckily no one was hurt. this man was swept off a jetty in california when a huge wave came out of nowhere. bystanders were able to pull him out. this man in colorado was
snowboarding when he got caught in an avalanche. he stayed calm and deployed his avalanche airbag which he said saved his life. and finally -- >> who can be quiet the longest? >> me. >> this oklahoma mom tried the classic who can be quiet the longest trick on her 4-year-old twin girls, which lasted for all of 4 seconds. >> okay, i give up. >> so sweet. i give up. with twins, i think 4 seconds is about all you get. what do you say, dylan? >> yeah, that's not too bad. it's funny, i think ryan's actually playing that game right now. i know the kids are up but they're still being quiet. >> i was impressed by that mom. 4 seconds. in our house if you get 2 seconds you celebrate. still to come on "today," we'll take you inside a ground breaking coronavirus lab where scientists are racing to find out more about the dangerous covid mutations. plus, hockey at home. the surge in backyard ice rinks
good saturday morning. it is 5:56. a live look outside. beautiful and clear as we look at the eastern span of the bay bridge from emeryville. so clear you can see the reflection of the lights in the bay there. what a gorgeous way to start our weekend. thank you so much for starting it with us. we have a look at our microclimate forecast. we are both wearing our bright colors because it's been so nice out the last couple days. >> right. it's been feeling like spring around here, kira. you're absolutely right. you whipped it on the light
green. i said pink it is. 50 degrees in san francisco. daytime highs could be seeing near record highs. 63 in san francisco. 69 in palo alto. san jose, 70. concord, 73. oakland, 68. napa, 72. and martina, 71. santa rosa, 71. lots of sunshine. high pressure will dominate for today. remainder of the weekend, an advisory is in effect for the entire coastline until 7:00 p.m. tonight. if you have plans to head to the beach, i know it will be a beautiful day. please be careful. keep a safe distance from the water. and never ever turn your back to a wave. we will see that as of now to diminish into the evening hours. >> we'll see you for your forecast at 7:00. vianey, thanks. developing news in san francisco. police and the fbi are investigating chemicals used to make explosives found in an rv.
this happened on gilman near candle stick point. the person who lives in the rv has been detained. more than 100 people were evacuated. we have home video given to us from the scene. authorities say this appears to be an isolated incident. volunteers from the red cross are taking care of those displaced residents. they're expected to be allowed back into their homes sometime this morning. the fbi has handed the case back over to san francisco police. now, to our continuing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. plenty of political finger pointing all while our local counties are scrambling to get people vaccinated. there is a dwindling supply and growing frustration. santa clara county is administering 6,000 vaccinations per day thanks in part to a new site on berger drive. the county says it is hampered because the federal and state governments supply of vaccines is unpredictable. coming up this morning on
"today" in the bay, the calls from bay area parents for high school sports to get back in action. we'll that, plus all your top stories and vianey's full forecast at 7:00. right now back to "today". my retirement plan with voya keeps me moving forward... even after paying for this. love you, sweetheart. they guide me with achievable steps that give me confidence. this is my granddaughter...she's cute like her grandpa. voya doesn't just help me get to retirement... ...they're with me all the way through it. come on, grandpa! later. got grandpa things to do. aw, grandpas are the best! well planned. well invested. well protected. voya. be confident to and through retirement.
we are back on this saturday morning, january 16th, 2021. take a look at that. the sun rising over the beautiful u.s. capitol building which is standing strong after last week's riots. thousands of national guard troops as well as capitol police are guarding it this morning just four days ahead of the inauguration. kind of humbling to look at that shot. >> yeah. beautiful morning. the symbol of democracy literally behind us on this saturday. that's where we begin with a check of the headlines starting with the nation's capitol. right now on high alert. 7,000 national guard troops have
already arrived in the capitol. 25,000 expected here by wednesday. at least a dozen states have activated troops at their own capitol building. the fbi is now warning there could be more attacks this weekend and in the days leading up to the inauguration similar to last week's riots at the capitol. meanwhile, the nba has postponed several more games due to a rise in coronavirus cases all across the league. last night's minnesota timberwolves game was called off just hours before tipoff after the news that carl anthony towns had tested positive. town's mother and six other relatives died from covid-19 just last year. six players on the washington wizards have tested positive delaying their next two games. that makes 12 postponed games since last sunday as the league really struggles to contain the virus. and it's the classic good news/bad news situation. first the bad news. you did not win the mega millions jackpot last night. the good news is nobody else did
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>> reporter: hey, kristin. hey peter. good morning to you. the cdc warning that the more infectious u.k. variant of the coronavirus could be the dominant strain in the u.s. by march further threatening the u.s. health system. of course, it was spotted here in the u.k. the equivalent surveillance system in the u.s. is falling behind. these mutations appear to be fueling the coronavirus's relentless surge. this morning warnings of a pandemic within a pandemic as a new, more infectious strain of coronavirus is reported in at least nine states and around the world fears that some mutations may even c efficacy. the u.k. variant called b117 has exploded with even stores, restaurants, schools closed, it's still spreading. scientists we spoke to say it could already be happening in the u.s. >> because of the exponential
growth of the virus, if you infect a whole lot more people, more people will die. >> u.s. could be about to see a spike on top of a spike? >> that's right. >> reporter: nbc news was given an exclusive virtual tour of the world leading genome sequencing lab that first identified the so-called u.k. variant. >> these machines behind me are the ones that spotted the new strain. >> reporter: and raised the alarm. jeff barrett helps lead the team. >> the evidence is pretty strong now that it's about 50% more transmissible. >> reporter: tens of thousands of test samples are brought to the lab every day and meticulously put through several robot particular processes looking for the genetic changes to make the virus more dangerous. it's a needle in a haystack. you're like virus detectives. it's a forensic operation. >> it is very similar to a forensic operation, indeed. >> reporter: the operation runs 24/7 and was set up in record time last year with scientific
and even moral hurdles overcome like making sure samples were anonymous, all during a pandemic. how hard have all of you been working? >> it's been pretty much leveled up since last march. it's been a crazy year for us. >> reporter: thousands of coronavirus mutations have been appearing around the world. while some are insignificant, others can make the virus stronger and scientists in south africa tell nbc news a new strain there may reduce antibodies reaction by 10 fold potentially stretching vaccine efficacy. urgent tests are underway. results expected within weeks. >> there's an immune response and might still be able to overcome. >> reporter: this morning the u.s. is scrambling to expand its own sequencing program. >> the opportunity for us in the u.s. and other countries is take advantage of this early warning. >> reporter: the cdc telling us
america will soon more than double its sequencing programs finding new mutations. >> the u.k. guys. it's in brazil. 150 there now. one of the key lessons is that we need these vaccinations to cover the entire world. we need the whole world to be vaccinated. why? because where there is virus, there are mutations that will come back and threaten us again. >> critical point. keir simmons, thank you for that fascinating look inside that lab. >> the weekend to sit home.
>> a lot of people looking forward to that all across the country. weather wise i think for a lot of people in the northeast, especially it will be a good day to stay indoors with an exiting storm system. out west we have fire danger in effect. we have red flag warnings for about 8 million people. very gusty winds. very dry conditions and warm temperatures. the highest winds will be seen in the mountains and valleys where they can gust up to 40 to 60 miles an hour. we broke about 16 record high temperatures yesterday. we'll challenge records today with highs up into the 80s for several especially across southern california. on the flip side of that, cooler than expected temperatures in the southeast. nothing record breaking. 5 to 10 degrees low average. sunday, temperatures still a little cool especially back through the carolinas with highs in the 40s and 50s. we'll see highs in the upper 40s.
everything settles back to average when we go into the rest of next week with temperatu mild conditions to start with clear skies right now in san francisco. 49 degrees throughout the bay area. 43 in that srad dough. 50 in los gatos. and 53 in santa cruz. we are expecting a lot of sunshine but also warmer temperatures with near record highs topping out in the mid and upper 60s for the bay and coast. and low to mid-70s through the valleys. san jose, 78 degrees. and speaking of those football games, it's a big night tonight. got to love playoff season. the ravens are heading to buffalo. they'll take on the bills tonight at 7:30 eastern right here on nbc. the weather looks i'd say typical for buffalo so get ready for some snow showers. temperatures just barely above freezing. it's going to be a fun one.
a good night to watch football indoors. again, that's tonight at 7:30 eastern right here on nbc. guys? >> dylan, thanks so much. another reason why i love you right then. this is a playoff game. this is a playoff game. >> i'm catching up. i heard. i thought it was the playoffs. i was right. >> tom brady tomorrow. >> all right. >> dylan, thank you so much. just ahead right here, the restaurant manager who used quick thinking to help a little quick thinking to help a little boy at one of woman: i have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. now, there's skyrizi. 3 out of 4 people achieved 90% clearer skin at 4 months after just 2 doses. skyrizi may increase your risk of infections and lower your ability to fight them. reatment, your doctor should check you for infections and tuberculosis. tell your doctor if you have an infection or symptoms, such as fevers, sweats, chills, muscle aches or coughs, or if you plan to or recently received a vaccine. ♪ nothing is everything ♪ woman: now is the time to ask your dermatologist about skyrizi. woman: now is the time to ask your stop struggling to clean tough messes with sprays.
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we're back now on a saturday morning with a remarkable story from florida where a restaurant manager's simple act may have saved a young boy from serious harm. >> nbc's sam brock has more. sam, good morning. >> reporter: kristin, peter, good morning. this restaurant manager wasn't even supposed to be working on new year's day. a colleague had called out sick and she was filling in for her shift when this woman noticed an 11-year-old boy with visible
bruces. she held up a sign do you need help and based on his response she promptly called 911. at a local restaurant in central florida an active community. after spotting a boy seated with no meal and no warmth coming from his family. >> they was not talking with him. they was not playing with him. he was sad and quiet in the corner. >> reporter: she looked closer and saw bruises and cuts on his face. deciding in a bold move to show the boy this sign? do you need help? what happened when you showed that sign. he nod me, yes, he need help and he make this sign with his hands. >> immediately she phoned police. >> the boy is the one that apparent is in trouble. i am super concerned and i don't know what to do. can you give me some advice? >> reporter: that call prompting officers to arrive minutes later
and uncover potential signs of abuse. the orlando police department is grateful this morning. >> for her to see just the small amount of skin that she did and recognize that something wasn't right and did something about it is just absolutely a miracle and there's no real other way to explain it. >> reporter: timothy wilson ii the boy's stepfather is behind bars with aggravated child abuse though he denied the charges to law enforcement. nbc news was unable to reach his attorney. >> it's absolutely appalling that this would happen to a child. >> the boy's mother, according to police, admitted to knowing about the abuse and now faces charges of child neglect but on this day it's another mom. >> i don't feel like a hero. i am -- because to me i just did what i'm supposed me to do. >> who came to the 11-year-old's aid and maybe saved his life. both the boy and his 4-year-old half sister are both in
protective custody this morning. peter and kristin, just another incredible aspect to this. the one boy sat in the one table in the one chair in the entire restaurant where he could see flaviani and she could see him and they were undetected by the boy's parents. back to you. >> that is an amazing story. sam, thank you so much. we're so glad, first of all, the kids are okay. the courage and quick thinking of that manager. >> yes. and she's a hero because she was paying attention and did something for someone else that was so significant. great ending to that story. dylan, going to lighten things up with the pop start. what do you have? >> we have a lot for you. we're going to tell you all about postma lone's big donation about postma lone's big donation r front linefo finally moved in. it's a great old house. good bones, wraparound porch. the pipes are... making strange noises. ♪ ♪
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spanish language single and her first since 2010. the video has 15 million views on youtube. after releasing the single gomez says, quote, this is the beginning of something i've wanted to explore for so long. i hope you love it as much as i do. fans of course now are speculating that this may be the first single on a new spanish language album. it's all a guessing. it would be nice if the speculation comes true. next up, hargitay and melon, he's guest starring and reprizing his role as elliott stabler alongside in 2011. we are a little bit closer. no word yet when the episode will air or if detective stabler will be back for more than one
episode, but it's safe to say fans are over the moon about the post. a little fun fact, the two were original cast members for law and order svu back in 1999. so season 22 is airing now on nbc. and finally rapper postma -- post malone has a line of crocks. they are so popular they are totally sold out. it's his fifth collaboration with the brand and now he's doing some good partnering with crocs and musicians on call and giving 10,000 pairs of those crocs to health care workers all across the country. musicians on call said they're receiving their very own pair as a thank you for their brave work on the front lines to keep our communities safe. you know, it was interesting on the third hour of "today" this week, craig melvin admitted to owning three pairs of crocs.
i didn't know he was such a fan. makes me wonder, do you guys own crocs and how many pair? >> i don't own crocs. i don't know that i'm cool enough to own crocs. >> the pandemic has done that. even a good man like craig. >> great stuff. thank you. thank you. still to come, why this ♪♪ ♪ oh, this is how it starts ♪ ♪ lightning strikes the heart ♪ ♪ the day has just begun ♪ ♪ brighter than the sun ♪ ♪ oh, we could be the stars ♪ ♪ falling from the sky ♪ ♪ shining how we want ♪
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at the twinkling lights of the golden gate bridge. so clear you can see the reflection there in the bay on a mild saturday morning. thanks so much for starting it with us. i'm keira klapper. vianey arana has a look at our forecast. >> that is such a pretty shot of the golden gate bridge. we are waking up with mild temperatures. 50s in san francisco. this sort of gives you an idea what we have ahead. 60s and 70s. we're supposed to be in the 50s this time of the year. high pressure said, nope, we're going to see it increase into the 70s, making it feel springlike around here. we've got records this weekend. but we are also talking about the high surf. we could see the potential for
10, 20 feet waves. be careful heading to the beach. keep a safe distance from the coastline. we're monitoring a wind event monday and tuesday. keira? >> all right. see you for that at 7:00. vianey, thanks. this morning, we are following developing news in san francisco where police and the fbi are investigating chemicals used to make explosives found in an rv. this is on gilman avenue near candle stick point. the person who lives in the rv has been detained. more than 100 neighbors have been evacuated. we have home video that was given to us at the scene. authorities say there does appear to be an isolated incident. volunteers from the red cross are taking care of the displaced residents. they are expected to be allowed back to their homes sometime this morning. the fbi handed the case over to sfpd. now to our continuing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. there is plenty of finger pointing all while our local counties are scrambling to get
people vaccinated. there is a dwindling supply and growing frustration. santa clara county says it is administering 6,000 vaccines per day. that's thanks in part to a new mass vaccination point on berger drive in san jose. the county says it's hampered because the federal and state government supply of the vaccine is unpredictable. county officials tell us they are making sure those who get a shot, get their second dose. 6:29. coming up this this morning, on "today in the bay", the calls from bay area parents for their high school students to get back on the fields. we'll have that story, plus all your top stories and vianey's full forecast at 7:00. right now back to "today".
good morning. maximum security. washington, d.c., under lockdown this morning. the national guard and police on high alert with president-elect biden's inauguration just four days away, state capitols ramping up security too amid fears of armed protests in all 50 states. this morning the push to protect our nation. chaos and confusion. frustrations mount across the country. governors furious after learning that the federal government never had the stockpile of coronavirus vaccines they were
counting on. biden promising help is on the way. >> we will immediately work with states to open up vaccinations to more priority groups. and home ice families get creative and find new ways to get some exercise and fresh air this winter amid the pandemic. >> it's a good day when they've smiled and laughed during a pandemic. >> the growing number of people building ice rinks in their own backyard. "today," saturday, january 16th, 2021. >> it's time to get pumped up with the "today" show. good morning! >> happy new year from the hash family in virginia. >> i'm turning 10 on "today." >> happy birthday. >> good morning from california, home of the spartans. >> happy new year. ♪♪ ♪♪ >> happy new year and happy birthday and good morning. thanks for joining us.
welcome back to "today" on a saturday morning. here we are with the capitol just behind us. just four days away from the inauguration. this is a very different nation's capitol. >> really a fortress. took six checkpoints to get to the office this morning. tells you how tough it is to get anywhere near this place this week. >> hard to believe that the city looks like this. let's get right to "today's" top news. we begin with the high security in washington. at state capitols across the country this weekend after the fbi warned there could be attacks leading up to president-elect biden's inauguration. let's begin with ellison barber on capitol hill. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, kristin. the national guard on the ground today. they have deployed from 13 different states as well as the district of columbia. approximately 7,000 boots are on the ground right now, and in the coming days that number will grow. by inauguration we expect 25,000
airmen and soldiers to be here protecting the nation's capitol. barricades now surround most of the capitol and most of downtown d.c. as well as capitol hill are locked down with checkpoints in almost every single direction. all of it reminders of what happens on january 6th. according to new reporting from the washington post during the capitol siege, vice president mike pence and his family went into hiding less than 100 feet from stairs where a lone officer held back a pro trump mob. if the mob had arrived seconds earlier the post writes the attackers would have been in eyesight of the vice president. because of ongoing concerns, president-elect biden inaugural rehearsal that was set for sunday -- you can see some of that video there. that is the moment the post says right near that landing where officer eugene goodman got those
protesters to move away. vice president mike pence and his family just about 100 feet away from that. another reminder of how serious, how dangerous that day was. because of ongoing security concerns, the president-elect, they have delayed an inaugural rehearsal that was set to take place on sunday. that's now been postponed and moved to monday. senate staffers are being encouraged to work from home this week and the national mall is officially closed to the public at least until the day after inauguration. kristin, peter. >> ellison barber on capitol hill. thank you. at least a dozen states have activated the national guard at their own capitols preparing for the possible protests that the fbi is worried about. dasha burns is in lansing which is michigan's catol. what's it like there? >> reporter: hi, peter. good morning. this is a capitol that has seen its fair share of threats and armed protests over the past year, and this is a community that is hoping for the best but
preparing for the worst. we have seen security measures ramping up here. there is now a fence surrounding the capitol building. the michigan state police have been a visible presence here and the national guard joins them this weekend. they have issued a warning that if you do not have a specific reason to be in the downtown area this weekend, stay away. the lansing police chief told me the level of preparation is unprecedented with a level of tension remains high. take a listen. >> i have and many of our community are terrified right now. we're doing everything we can do to ease their tension and how we do that is we prepare. >> reporter: michigan, of course, is an open carry state. officials are expecting some armed militia groups however last week the michigan capitol commission banned open carry inside the capitol but some
lawmakers say that did not go far enough because concealed carry is still allowed. peter, kristin. >> dasha burns in lansing, michigan, thanks. with just four days until president trump leaves office, his health and human services secretary is resigning citing the capitol riots in his resignation letter. nbc's kelly o'donnell has the test this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, kristin. health and human services secretary a leks azar is not leaving his post early citing the pandemic but by sending his resignation letter early, he's sending a critical message. azar has praised president trump's leadership at coronavirus news conferences included a key paragraph saying the actions and rhetoric threatened to tarnish his legacy of the administration. azar goes on to implore the president to condemn any form of violence and demand that no one disrupt the inauguration
activities in washington or elsewhere. he urges the president to support the peaceful transfer of power. he specifically named the biden administration. clearly secretary azar is going beyond his usual lane here to make that larger political statement. we've seen no reaction from president trump and of course all political appointees will be leaving their respective roles. we noted that kayly mcanais any is seen packing up and she is not expected to return to the white house campus in the final days. kristin, peter. >> kelly o'donnell at the white house. thank you. also this morning, the trump administration's rollout of the coronavirus vaccine that secretary azar helped lead is coming unfire as the nation learns the federal government did not have the stockpile of vaccines states were counting on. president-elect biden unveiled his covid guideline that he will deploy fema and the national guard to set up clinics and to distribute 100 million doses in his first 100 days. it all comes amid another grim
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tens of thousands deployed at their own country's capitol defending the democracy that they've sworn to protect. >> i never thought i would be deployed to the capitol. i do know we handle a lot of missions here in our city, but at the capitol, no. >> reporter: pre-pandemic the capitol welcomed scores of tourists each day. now it's only the soldiers that fill the hallways. something that's only happened a few times in our country's history. after martin luther king was shot, during world war ii, and before that the civil war. now, sleeping under the busts of lincoln, the statue of freedom watching as her troops rest. 9 foot fencing, bashed wire, a perimeter of soldiers, unthinkable just two weeks ago. lawmakers and aides still in disbelief. >> there are more troops right now in washington, d.c., than in afghanistan. they are here to defend us
against the commander in chief. >> reporter: amidst the fear, special moments, too. lawmakers passing out pizza. florida republican brian mass, a veteran who lost both legs in combat offering an impromptu tour. >> 90% were looking at each other saying, i had never been here. i never came here on a school trip or anything else. my first time coming to our capitol is to defend something that they didn't really know very much about. >> reporter: standing in awe of the grandeur and the history. what do you think you're going to take away from this? >> the fact that i was able to come down here and protect our property, knowing that i was a part of that protection to help maintain safety. >> reporter: two leaders thanking troops for their service as they prepare for the peaceful transition of power in just four days. a real life reminder of the center of american democracy. for "today," leigh ann caldwell, nbc news, the capitol.
>> nice to share their stories and sacrifice. all these troops are here protecting the capitol from other americans right now. >> yes. i just can't get over the images of them sleeping at the capitol. just remarkable. we do thank them for their service and, dylan, we toss to you. we know you guys are watching everything that's unfolding everything here from new york. >> we certainly are. it's wild to think you guys are right there so just hoping everything stays safe. thank you to all those soldiers for their service. let's take a turn and let you know where it is awfully chilly out there this morning. we certainly are seeing the colder wind chills across the northern plains. it only feels like it's in the teens and 20s. that colder air is going to continue to move eastward. that's why the lake effect snowmachine is turned back on. temperatures will feel like they're in the teens and 20s tomorrow morning even in new york city. it will feel like it's about 25 degrees. we have the storm system pulling away. some rain this morning moving through southern new england.
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