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it's monday, january 11th. right now on first first, breaking news overnight. rock 'n' roll visionary david bowie dead at the age of 69. late details on one of the world's most inknow veighive musicians. experts want to talk to sean penn about his secret meeting with escaped druglord el chapo. we've got the winners and what happened behind the scenes of hollywood's big night. the jewel thief who stole millions finally captured. and much more on the world's biggest jackpot. we start with breaking news, david bowie died at the age of 69. he had been battling cancer for
the past year and a half. his most recent album called "black star" was released on his birthday this past friday. he was among the primary innovators and showmen of rock 'n' roll. ♪ such character creations as ziggy stardust and the thin white duke. under that persona. released "young americans" which gave him his first u.s. number one hit "fame." a short time ago his son posted this to facebook "very sorry and sad to say it's true. i'll be offline for a while, love to all." british prime minister david cameron tweeted i grew up listening to david bowie, he was a master of reinvention who kept getting it right, a huge loss. david bowie, dead at the age of
69. to politics and the iowa caucuses just three weeks from today and kaebts are making their final pitches to voters in early voting states and it's tight. the top pair of republicans are in a statistical dead heat in the hawkeye state, the counterparts are running neck and neck themselves. edward lawrence is in washington, d.c. with so much on the line what can we expect from this week's republican debate? >> expect thursday big fireworks in terms of republican candidates trying to stand out making a last push to try and get votes, all of this because as you saw the new poll shows that in iowa, republican and democratic front-runners are in a dead heat. pressure grows in the presidential race for the white house. hillary clinton picked up a key endorsement from gabrielle gi giffords and her husband. >> it's the only industry in the country we've given that cart blanch to do whatever you want
to do with no fear of legal consequences. >> reporter: senator bernie sanders says he can be tough on gun manufacturers. >> when gun manufacturers, for example, are selling guns into an area and know that those guns are going into the hands of criminals, absolutely, those gun manufacturers should be held accountable. >> reporter: a new nbc news/"wall street journal"/marist poll shows iowa closer than ever. within a margin clinton slightly leads americans. the same with republicans. trump took aim at cruz's ability to be president because he was born in canada. >> has to solve this problem because the democrats will sue him if he's the nominee. >> reporter: cruz believes the matter is settled. and senator ted cruz was born to an american mother in canada and he believes that is the reason he's constitutionally eligible to be president.
dara? >> edward lawrence, busy week ahead, thank you so much. mexico has formally begun the process of extraditing el chapo to the u.s. gabe gutierrez explains. >> reporter: mexican law enforcement official tells nbc news mexican authorities want to speak with sean penn and mexican soap opera star kate del castillo about their secret trip. it's believed to be his first interview in decades, the article published by "rolling stone" magazine overnight. guzman admitted drugs destroy but said unfortunately where he grew up there was no other way to survive. asked if he was prone to violence, guzman said all he does is defend himself. guzman only agreed to take the questions penn writes after a previous seven-hour face-to-face
meeting days before a failed october raid. according to penn, this picture authenticates that meeting. in the rest of the interview conducted by blackberry messenger, penn quotes el chapo saying "i supply more heroin, methamphetami methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anybody else in the world." on friday the attorney said guzman's desire to make a movie about himself and interaction with producers and actors eventually led to his arrest. another mexican official confirms investigators were able to learn details of el chapo's whereabouts from intercepted phone calls from del castillo and penn. >> they want to identify as many people closely associated with el chapo as they can. >> reporter: a trusted source tells nbc news authorities were aware that penn and del castillo were in mexico to meet with guzman in october as law enforcement was closing in. plan to arrest was delayed to assure the two would not be
harmed. when the raid eventually took place el chap ono and his security team escaped. it wasn't until three months later, friday morning, that the mexican navy captured el chapo following a bloody shootout. this is the drainage tunnel where he tried to make a last ditch effort to escape. we reached out to penn and del castillo, neither commented. on social media many wanted them to face charges for not alerting authorities about their meeting with one of the most wanted criminals in the world. the stars of tv and film turned out for the 73rd annual gold en globes. ricky gervais kept everyone on their toes. we turn to jinah kim in beverly hills. >> "the revenant."
>> reporter: the frontier revenge epic was a revelation at the gold be globes, three major wins including best drama, best director and best actor for leonardo dicaprio. >> this film was about survival. it was about adaptation. >> reporter: honors for best actress went to bree larson. >> i can't believe this. >> reporter: and it was a double win for "the martian" best musical or comedy and best actor matt damon. jennifer lopez spoke to her director david o. russell for their collaboration "joy." >> i want us to be very next to each other. >> reporter: teraji p. henson passed out cookies on her way to claiming best actress in a drama for "empire." >> cookies for everyone tonight. >> reporter: john hamm best actor for "madmen's" final
season and two upsets for "mozart in the jungle" best comedy and best actor. >> this is a big surprise. >> reporter: rachel bloom was surprised too. >> oh, my god! >> reporter: wins best actress for crazy ex-girlfriend. the night's highlights included a standing ovation for sylvester stallone's first ever globe, best supporting actor for "creed" playing the role he originated nearly four decades ago. >> i want to thank my imaginary friend rocky balboa for being the best friend i ever had. >> reporter: a golden molt moment on a golden night. jinah kim, nbc news, beverly hills. one woman's alleged nine-month multimillion-dollar crime spree has come to an end. abigail lee kemp was wanted in connection with at least six jewelry store heists in the southeast, most recently last monday in north carolina. she made little attempt to hide her identity during the holdups.
surveillance footage often shows her wearing gloves but no mask or other disguise. in total kemp is accused of stealing more than $4 million worth of jewelry. she's expected to make her first court appearance later today. don't be disappointed you didn't win saturday's powerball drawing. it's the largest jackpot in the history of the world. the prize is now at an unbelievable $1.3 billion and growing after being rolled over a whopping 20 times since november 4th. the jackpot is now more than twice as large as the previous record holder for biggest u.s. lotto prize. if you thought the prize would reach $1 billion and the electronic signs equipped to show the prizes are not equipped to go that big. the odds are 1 in 291.2 million. landon dowdy good morning. >> good morning to you.
wall street may try to shrug off the worst week since 2011. the s&p 500 index losing $1 trillion in value last week, and look for data this week on retail sales and earnings from jpmorgan. and if your ride home this weekend was cheaper, you're not imagining things. uber cut prices in more than 100 cities. it's part of efforts to boost rides during the winter months when business slows. the size of the discount depends on the city. and the gas prices keep edging lower. the average price of regular unleaded falling a penny over the past three weeks to $2.05 a gallon nationwide, the lowest price since 2009 and gas could fall further as oil prices drop and refineries pump out fuel as a regard pace. dara, back to you. >> landon, thanks so much. straight ahead, winter kicking off the week while packing quite a punch. details up next. plus, affluenza tom tanya couch prepares to face a texas
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with the cold comes the snow in the great lakes. parts of ohio under various levels of snow emergency. some of the first major snowfall of the season for a few areas. the weather is causing slippery road conditions and forced to delay openings at several schools. that is the theme as we get the streamers off the lakes, they'll dump a quick dose of snow. erie some overnight, the tug hill plateau could pick up, up to two feet of snow. lake michigan from cadillac to kalamazoo to grand rapids you have snow to deal with. you're used to that in that area. one of the first big doses we've seen. the lakes are still very warm. the snow in maine tomorrow night into wednesday morning, winter storm watches for there. the windchill value into north florida this morning at 29,
nothing worse than chicago, negative 17 windchill. that is a cold morning even by your standards. the frigid air is in place across the great lakes, high temperatures today about 5 to 15 degrees below average. lake-effect snow beginning to shut down late tonight into early tomorrow morning. the forecast for today not a lot of horrible travel at the big airports. we'll be okay in the southeast. it's a cold day there in atlanta and out west a break, too. the next big storm for the west coast doesn't come in 'til friday. they needed a little reprieve. they had a rough week. >> it's starting to look like winter now. >> it does. it took long enough. tanya couch the mom of the so-called affluenza teen will face a texas court today, charged with hindering apprehension of a felon by helping her son ethan escape to mexico after missing a meeting with his probation officer. she had withdrawn $30,000 and told her husband he'd never see their son again. mitch mcconnell told "this week" he has no plans to call on
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here is your monday morning dish of "scrambled politics." paul ryan who will be on "morning joe" today is answering for his largely symbolic bill to repeal owe pa macare. >> you said you wanted the republicans to offer an alternative to the president. one of the first things you did this year was offer that repeal. how is that an alternative? >> it's not. it's why we had to come up with an alternative. you're right about that. people are hurting and we need to offer a solution so yes, yes, and this and many other issues we need to offer alternatives, that's what i intend on having us do. >> the white house released its list of special invites to president owe pa ma's final state of the union address. it includes a formerly homeless veteran now helping fellow vets, a syrian refugee and ceo of microsoft. one chair will remain empty for the victims of gun violence. senator ted cruz won't be there. he said it's not a snub with you he's going to new hampshire
instead. source says michael bloomberg commissioned a poll testing himself as a third party candidate against hillary clinton and donald trump. the republican front-runner has a new target and this time it's not a fellow candidate. >> football's become soft. football has become soft. now, i'll be criticized for that. they'll say oh, isn't that terrible, but football's become soft like our country has become soft. >> and who needs secret service protection? well it looks like russian president vladimir putin could do pretty well on his own. he trained for the country's national team as part of a kremlin effort to show voters he's physically fit and victorious and the right man to lead the country. and that is your morning dish of "scrambled politics." msnbc reporter jane timm is here. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> we're approaching the iowa caucuses and yet we have a republican debate coming up this week. what are we going to expect? which candidate will come out really trying to catch fire? >> you know, these debates are
important. lot of people like last week in iowa saying i'm just tuning in now. i really wasn't going to pay attention six months out before i was going to vote and people say i'm still undecided but those debates will be important to me. i think what you're going to hear people say is start to go after who will be a successful candidate. iowa and new hampshire they have their favorites but they want someone who is going to twin. they don't want to vote for somebody who is not going to win. the first in the nation status is important to both states. >> you brought up a very important word, win, win. donald trump winning, winning, and here he is, spent all weekend attacking ted cruz about this whole birther thing and is this going to end? when is this going to stop? ted cruz isn't biting. >> donald trump will keep going after ted cruz until he does well in iowa because he cannot handle losing. part of his narrative is that he can win, that he can win and everyone else is a loser and's the winner. if he doesn't win in iowa, that challenges that narrative and i think that's why he's going after ted cruz so hard. ted cruz seems to have found the solution to donald trump
attacking you, which is to just ignore him. >> ignore it. he's attacking the nfl saying football is soft, taking hits. what is he going to attack next? >> i think we have to wait and see, but donald trump can almost attack anything and it works for his voters. they say he's strong and outspoken, he's bold. i like that. that's what his voters tell me time and time again. >> it will be interesting to see what happens. i want to get your spot on this, the nbc/"wall street journal"/marist poll says bernie sanders is outperforming clinton, trump and cruz in the general election matchups. what do you think about this? >> i see bernie sanders having a lot of momentum in the early states but he needs to get the votes. xolg say one thing or say something else but he has to put his votes where his poll numbers are, and i think we'll see iowa and new hampshire coming up real fast. >> it's interesting, they have him winning against not only the democratic but also the republican, so do you think this could possibly play out? >> bernie sanders chairs some of
the appeal that people like donald trump, people like dr. carson have, because he seems like an outsider. he's been elected and been in congress but he is an independent, votes a different way. he seems like someone who might be a little bit different. he appeals to a lot of voters who are frustrated and frustration seems to be the most powerful force in this race. >> we'll see if hypothetical becomes reality. jane timm thanks. just ahead the hottest cars soon to be on the road, we'll take you live to the detroit auto show up next. does printing from your tablet to your wireless printer
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morning trip we have a look at what that trip may look and sound like in the future. good morning to you, jay, at the auto show. this is the car show to watch, correct? >> reporter: yes dara hit reall is. if it's got four wheels you can likely find it inside this invention hall, muscle cars, mini vans, compacts to concepts and this year, connected cars. the detroit auto show opens this morning with a display of horsepower and this year high-tech. >> all the technology in the car is really the biggest buzz in our industry. >> reporter: from autonomous driving to electric and connected cars. >> think of everything you know and love about your smartphone and it integrates all that technology and that efficiency into the vehicle right in front of your eyes. >> reporter: and ears. >> changing lanes. >> reporter: a trip in a talking car may not be that far away. cameras and software being tested right now, would allow a vehicle to communicate with the
driver, other cars on the road, stoplights to get realtime traffic information and even smartphones or pedestrians along the route. >> the opportunity to put that advanced information before the car is there before anybody's put in danger would be incredible improvement in safety. the doors open in a couple of hours, dara, i've been looking around. i see you in kind of a ferrari but send me a text and i'll drive home whatever you need >> sounds good, jay, thank you so much. >> reporter: thanks.
>> i'm dara brown and this is "first look" on msnbc. don't forget to like us on facebook. "way too early" starts right now. this morning the loss of a legend. david bowie loses his bat well cancer just days after his birthday and new album release. we'll look back at his shape shifting career. plus -- >> he was born in canada. whether we like it, don't like it, he lives there. he was there. he was born in canada. i guess his parents voted in canada. lot of things. i mean, a lot of things happened here. so if you're born in canada, it's immediately a little bit of a problem. i say to ted and as a republican i say it, because i think it's very important, you got to get it straightened out. >> donald trump goes all in, but
not only on ted cruz, he's also upping the attacks on bill and hillary clinton. and mexico begins the process of extraditing druglord joaquin el chapo guzman to the united states. could actor sean penn face blowback for his secret meeting with the world's most wanted kingpin? 5:30 on the east coast, 2:30 out west, this is "way too early." ♪ fitting music to start this monday morning. good morning, everyone. it is january 11th. i'm shiba russell. breaking news, musician actor and artist david bowie has died, an announcement on his official facebook page says he courageously fought an 18-month