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good morning, america. breaking this morning, a new terror threat for americans on u.s. flights from overseas. is al qaeda ready to use surgically implanted body bombs to bring down a plane on this first anniversary of bin laden's death? brian ross has this developing story. break in the case? police frantically searching for little isabel, now turning to another case and another home invasion in the middle of the night in the same area. is a serial attacker on the loose? and the joyride out of "ferris bueller." a valet speeding off in this red corvette, just moments after it was dropped off in a parking lot. the hidden camera investigation you have to see to believe. and mark zuckerberg takes us inside facebook, for an unprecedented announcement this morning that could change the world.
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he reveals how he's ready to harness the power of a billion people to save lives. and how his girlfriend was an inspiration. >> good morning, america. good morning, everyone. it's a little chaotic here. we have carrie underwood outside in the rain. and coldplay in our ear. but that is appropriate. there's carrie right there. not going to let a little rain stop us this morning. big crowd out there in times square. been gathering since midnight. they'll be there all morning long for carrie underwood. but we have a lot to get to before that, including your interview with mark zuckerberg. >> he doesn't do many interviews. but this is very important. a very important announcement for him. he's going the talk about his life now. he got me signed up. i had not been on facebook until now. that's how huge this announcement is.
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>> you surprise me sometimes. i qunt believe you weren't on before last week. >> there were some fakes. don't let that fool you. >> you're on for real right now. other news breaking overnight. occupy protesters fired up all over the country. they're snarling commutes here in new york and so many other cities this morning. we're seeing the video from san francisco, where things are getting pretty ugly already. a lot more demonstrations ahead today. >> again, all across the country. and the passenger jet that plunged into the mexican desert on purpose. the experiment that's looking at how to keep us safer in real plane crashes. >> so much coming up. we want to get to the terror threat in just a moment. first, josh elliott here with the headlines. >> and we're going discuss the occupy protest. we begin with break news. five people kribed as anarchists were arrested for an alleged plot to blow up a bridge in cleveland. we'll have more information for
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you as it becomes available. meantime, democraten strarts here in new york and all across the country have been threatening to block bridges, funnels, and ferris to pro test corporate america, on this may day. white powder sent to several major banks. in envelopes already. abc's john berman joins us, now, from lower manhattan with the latest there. good morning to you, john. >> reporter: good morning, josh. well, may day is international workers day. a traditional day of protest. and the occupy movement is expected to use this to stage some of their biggest protests in months. overnight in san francisco, vandals took to the streets, breaking windows. with spraypaint. here in new york city, the police are concerned that protesters might try to block major intersections, like the brooklyn bridge behind me and entrances to banks. overnight, several banks did receive threatening letters with white powder inside. it turned out the be cornstarch.
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but there were notes saying, this is a reminder. you are not in control. and police are looking to connections with the occupy movement. >> john berman in lower manhattan. and breaking news this morning, about one of the titans of the media industry. british lawmakers today accused rupert murdoch of trying to cover up the phone hacking scandal that's plagued his tabloid. they've concluded murdoch is not fit to oversee a major international company. murdoch owns news corps, which includes fox news and "the wall street journal." meanwhile, secretary of state hillary clinton is heading to china this morning, with the fate of a well-known chinese dissident threatening to disrupt her very high-level talks. no one will confirm that chen guangcheng is holed up. inside the u.s. embassy in beijing. but frantic work is going on behind the scenes to gain chen and his wife and daughter asylum here in the u.s. and in texas, two men wrongly convicted of a rape and shooting in 1984 have been cleared of all charges and
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released from prison. raymond jackson and james williams spent 27 years behind bars, nearly half their lives, until dna testing implicated two other men. and dna technology has helped to free a colorado man who spent 17 years in prison for a rape and murder that he did not commit. robert duey was facing life without parole until dna showed it was another suspect. and the luck of the irish has run out, at least for a las vegas institution. early this morning, the parking garage of o'shea's irish-themed casino demolished in this rather spectacular implosion. it will be replaced by new shopping and entertainment complexes. if i had to admit how many st. patrick's days i spent at o'shea's, i might not have a job. so -- back to you guys. >> end of an era. >> nothing to see here. not anymore. we're going to go to the terrorist threat on the anniversary of bin laden's death. human bombs. brian ross has been reporting on al qaeda for more than a decade. he broke this story. and this is something that al qaeda has tried before but on a
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much smaller scale. >> reporter: that's right. now the concern is they may have perfected it. authorities are warning that al qaeda's latest weapon may be a body bomb surgically implanted to target americans overseas and u.s. flights coming in from overseas. now, security at u.s., european and middle east airports has been substantially beefed up. with additional federal air marshals, shifted overseas to guard u.s.-bound flights. the concern involves explosives with no metal parts, that would be surgically implanted in the stomach area and difficult to detect. >> the surgeon would open the abdominal cavity and literally implant the explosive device amongst the internal organs. >> reporter: right in there? >> right in between the intestines, the liver, and the stomach. >> reporter: u.s. authorities say this bombmaker in yemen, ibrahim al asiri, is the twisted genius behind the body bomb. asiri put a bomb inside his own brother, who he is seen her hugging farewell, for a suicide mission, aimed at the saudi arabia intelligence chief three years ago.
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the saudi official survived. [ screaming ] but asiri's brother died in the attack. in public, u.s. officials say there is no credible information of an imminent attack. but white house counterterrorism adviser john brennan calls al qaeda the greatest threat to the u.s. >> and it continues to seek the opportunity to strike our homeland. >> reporter: the good news is, the u.s. sthas have fouhas foun detect the body bonds. >> on this anniversary, we're about to see major new documents from the bin laden file. >> reporter: they've discovered writings in his compound. a despondent bin laden, who admits to disaster after disaster in al qaeda's plots. and urges followers to avoid places -- get away from places that had aircraft photography and bombardment. a sign perhaps he knew the end was near for him. >> thanks very much. with the anniversary falling just six months before the presidential election, there's no surprise it's sparked a
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fierce political battle here at home. let's get more on that from jake tapper at the white house. jake, we've seen the obama campaign, president obama, driving home the point that he made this tough decision. and mitt romney might not have made it. >> reporter: that's right. in terms of political charges, it's the equivalent of sending in s.e.a.l. team 6, an aggressive charge including being made by the president, a suggestion that mitt romney would not have pulled the trigger on that mission based on a 2007 comment by romney that it wasn't worth pulling out heaven and earth and spending billions of dollars to go after one man. romney's camp saying that the jihadist threat was bigger than one man. but the obama team making the charge that he would not have carried out that mission. romney's response is to belittle the tough decision. saying even jimmy carter would have carried out that order. would have given the order to do so. and you have surrogates like john mccain and others making that charge, as well. >> jake, the obama campaign, already taking some heat for
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politicizing this issue. are they worried at all about overplaying their hand? >> reporter: they are. it's a delicate dance. you don't want to be seen as exploiting the politics of this. but he does want to make this charge that he made the tough decision. and romney would not have. >> and it is a big anniversary today. jake tapper, thank you very much. >> it is, george. now, to the emotional testimony in the trial of former presidential candidate, john edwards. cheri young, the wife of andrew young, the former edwards aide, breaking down on the stand, testifying how edwards convinced them to move his mistress into their home. bob woodruff is in greensboro, north carolina, with the latest. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning, robin. cheri young will be back on the stand today. she had powerful and emotional testimony yesterday because this case had been turning against the prosecution because of andrew young's testimony the week before. but now, it seems this momentum might be shifting again in a different direction. on the stand, cheri young said she was so disgusted by the
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alleged scheme to support rielle hunter with donations from a wealthy backer of john edwards, she agreed to it only after demanding that edwards himself assure her it was legal. i heard mr. john edwards tell me on the phone that he checked with the campaign lawyers and this was legal. get the money in, cheri young says edwards demanded. he was very short and very angry. over six hours on the stand, young broke down in tears several times, crying so hard at one point, the judge had to excuse the jury while she regained her composure. young's breakdown came when she described when andrew young took her to this mcdonald's drive-through, and revealed that john edwards just asked him to lie, to say young was the father of the child that edwards was soon to have with his mistress.
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i was sad, i was upset. i said absolutely not. she described that moment to me two years ago on "20/20," in her first interview. >> how could john edwards -- how could john edwards ask you to do that? >> reporter: fighting through tears, young says she eventually, quote, went along with the lie, because she feared the campaign would explode and i would be responsible. throughout her testimony, young maintained the purpose of the cover-up was to protect edwards' campaign. >> while the prosecution's case has taken water, they're bailing now. it looks like she's going to try to right the ship. >> reporter: there was more than a hint of bitterness in cheri young's voice when she recounted how he stopped communicating after his baby was born. john edwards would not return calls, she told jurors. and the reason we were there was because of him. cheri young will be back on the stand again today. she will probably be grilled also later on today by the defense, talking about where this money went. it's also possible that andrew young may be called back to talk about that very private, private video, which a lot of you
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probably know about. robin? >> i think we do. all right, bob, thank you. we're going to bring in "gma" legal analyst dan abrams now. and you said yesterday that cheri young was going to be on the stand basically to bolster her husband's testimony. how is she doing so far? >> she's doing a good job with regard to the big picture, which is how did they get into this? how did this start? all of that is consistent with what andrew young has said. remember, there are two key questions here. number one is, did john edwards know about the money? on that question, she is very helpful to prosecutors. on question two, what was the money for? was it designed to cover up john edwards' affair? or was it designed to help his campaign? she's a little bit divided. on the one hand, she says edwards said to her, elizabeth can't find out about this. but throughout her testimony, she's talking about the political specter. the reason she and andrew young did this was for politics. the reason the money, in her mind, was coming in, was to protect his campaign.
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>> she came across to some as being pretty sympathetic on the stand. you heard bob say she was going to be grilled. that's the word he used in cross-examination. will she? or will they go a little easier on her, as opposed to how they went after her husband? >> they ought to go easy on her. it doesn't mean they have to. it was so personal, the cross-examination, it was such an all-out attack on andrew young. and i think they have to be a little more careful, a little more delicate. this is someone who was dragged into this. this is not someone who was a central figure. and think that the lawyers have to recognize that. >> and bob alluded to the tapes. they cannot be shown but they can be talked about. >> and could be very helpful to prosecutors in trying to demonstrate that maybe they were trying to blackmail john edwards. we'll see how much -- how far that all goes. >> we will, dan, thank you. we have a new twist, now, in the search for isabel celis, the 6-year-old who vanished from her arizona bedroom more than a week ago. police are now investigating another bedroom attack on some young sisters in the same area. they're trying to figure out if the two cases are connected. neal karlinsky is in tucson, with the latest.
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good morning, neal. >> reporter: george, good morning. tucson police have their hands full out here. overnight, aown -- they owned up to an embarrassing mistake in this case. at the same time, looking at another case with eerie similarities. another neighborhood, another bedroom. another stranger in the house. this time, north of tucson, about a half hour's drive from the home of isabel celis. investigator said a white man in his 20s got into a home around 2:00 a.m. monday. we went into a bedroom where three sisters, ages 6, 8, and 10 were sleeping. he assaulted one of them before running out. >> nothing like this has ever happened here before. and so, in light of what's happened last week, scary. >> reporter: the case raises serious concerns about a predator. and whether it could be related to the disappearance of celis. she was last seen when her parents put her to bed late at night just over a week ago. they believe she may have been taken by an intruder. could there be a connection
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between this and the celis case? >> there could be. we don't believe so at this time. i personally think these are probably isolated incidents. >> reporter: meantime, the celis investigation suffered an embarrassing blow late monday. police admitting this surveillance video, released just days ago and believed to show potential witnesses, amazingly, was from the wrong night. and has nothing to do with the case. still, police are pushing forward. >> so long as tucson police department continues to receive viable information and good tips for us to follow on, we're going to continue moving along in this investigation. >> reporter: now that they know they had the wrong tape, they're trying to find the right one from the same camera. george, they're not slowing down out here. >> neal, thanks very much. >> all right, george. they are startling pictures. a passenger plane being crashed on purpose. it's all part of a scientific experiment. investigators are looking for ways to improve safety and survival rates in real plane crashes. abc's jim avila is in washington with more on what really happened inside the aircraft.
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a lot of interest here, jim. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the plane was rigged with cameras inside and out, crash test dummies sat in passenger seats on a white-knuckle flight sent face first into the mexican desert by remote control after four pilots parachuted away moments before impact. even from far away, in video posted on youtube, from what looks like a cell phone camera, it is an impressive sight. a boeing 727 deliberately driven into the ground by remote control, after four pilots parachuted out. the discovery channel is behind the crash. >> there's only so much you can do with computer modeling. so, to get the data, you need to crash an airplane into the desert. >> reporter: it comes down kind of on a wing. a little to the wing. and the nose detaches. why does that happen? >> the chase plane that was actually flying the airplane at
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the time probably pushed the nose down quite hard so that there was an impact, so that some of the aircraft would break apart to give them an idea of what was survivalable and what was not. >> reporter: nearly 30 years ago, nasa did the same thing with a boeing 700 in the california desert, to test a fuel additive that was supposed to limit explosions. but their test went awry, when the plane hit wing first, turning the jet, leading to a spectacular fire. the additive was never approved. this dramatic crash video is no test flight. a united d.c. 10. its engine exploding and ripping into the hydraulics, making it impossible to steer or stop on landing. killing 111 passengers. this boeing 767 crashed into the ocean off east africa after hijackers ran it out of fuel. half the 120 passengers survived. while the discovery crash was made for television, it killed or injured no one. and what's learned onboard could eventually save lives. the full video will be edited
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into a new discovery program they're calling "curiosity." it's expected to debut in about a year. robin and george? >> a lot of people will be curious to watch that. thank you, jim. time, now, for the weather. and, sam, can you do something about the rain drops? >> it will be very close. we're timing the back end of this rain to be near 9:00. so it's really going to depend on the timing through the new york city area. i know the rest of you -- we're worried about carrie underwood's concert. right here in the studio. but let's show you where this rain came from. we'll show you in oklahoma. osage county. two days' worth of rain. about 10 inches of rain there kicked some flooding in. look at that. that's a serious amount of rain in two days there. osage, oklahoma's largest county, by the way. as that moisture moves into our area, we're lucky on the eastern seaboard. we'll only have it early in the morning. heavier lightning strikes, thousands of lightning strikes early this morning. with the lightning moving offshore, there's just this rain behind it. there's one or two little batches of lightning in here. here's where the heavy rain continues to fall during the day
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today. as we drag it all through, new york city, remember, it ends by about 10:00 or noon. around indianapolis, detroit, chicagoland, heavier doses of rain. locally, about 3 inches of rain. possible flooding. anywhere this heavy rain is hitting. it's just one, big, soaking system that has to move all the way through. here's where the thunderstorms will fire up today. we'll talk more about that later today so you'll know exactly what your risk is.
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>> san francisco pops up with 60 degrees today. but denver, 83. robin? george? >> not too bad. >> thanks, sam. coming up here, robin's exclusive interview with facebook billionaire, mark zuckerberg. talking about what he calls his crazy journey. why his girlfriend is his inspiration. and revealing a huge move hoping to save lives. >> first time the cameras at the new facebook headquarters. and a joyride in a corvette. all caught on camera. it will make you think twice about handing your keys over. don't go anywhere. country music megastar, carrie underwood, is here live. can't wait for that. try music megastar, carrie
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good morning i'm eric thomas. san jose firefighters are still on the scene of a deadly apartment fire. flames broke out after 3:00 this morning in a four-plex in the 2300 block of warfield way. a woman was killed another injured. a third person was pulled from the home. five others managed to get out
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by themselves. no word on the condition of the injured person. >> let's get an update on a busy commute. >> no golden gate ferry service due to a labor dispute slow down the waldo across the golden gate bridge earlier accident mid span out of lanes but the damage is done. as you approach the toll plaza things are improving there. 80 towards the maze debris in lanes at the richmond parkway 80 westbound has things slow throughout area. when we come back, mike when we come back, mike will have a look at forecast. what'll it be?
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welcome back. san jose mostly cloudy now. sunshine by about 10:00 especially during the afternoon. cooler than yesterday mid to upper 40s north bay valleys peninsula towards fremont and los gatos everybody else low by the afternoon cooler air makes it inland low to mid 70s north bay, east bayoí. and santa clara valley. mid to upper 60s around the bay shore. near 60 at the coast where we have that small craft advisory. in the 40s
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♪ where did i go wrong i lost a friend ♪ it's a big abc news exclusive just ahead. mark zuckerberg as you see there. he rarely gives interviews. but he wanted to reveal, how he's hoping facebook users can change the world. there's a billion facebook users. and when that community comes together, it's amazing. and his girlfriend was part of his inspiration. it's an exclusive one on one coming up in just moments. >> a big announcement. also this morning, an unbelievable joyride caught on tape. corvette, not a ferrari. but check it out. moments after the car was dropped off in a parking lot, the attendant takes off with it. goes on a joyride. >> that's somebody else's car. we had fans, as you said, george, lining up all night long for our huge "gma" music event.
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carrie underbooed -- underwood is going to be here live. right now, we get to the latest on the hudson family murder trial. the judge released the chilling tapes of jennifer hudson's sister calling 911 right after the murder of their mom. abc's alex perez is covering the case from chicago. good morning, alex. >> reporter: george, good morning. this is the first time we're hearing the harrowing 911 call. it takes place just seconds after julia hudson discovered her family had been murdered. it's the anguished sound of grief and desperation. >> somebody called my momma. somebody's killed my momma. please. >> somebody killed your mother? >> yes. please, help me. >> reporter: and the sounds of breathless fear. >> oh, my god. >> does she need an ambulance? >> i don't know.
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i'm scared. please send an ambulance, yes. >> the police and the ambulance are on the way over. >> my momma. my momma. >> reporter: it was october 24, 2008. jennifer hudson's sister, julia, had discovered their mother's body on the floor of their family home. she ran out in a panic and called 911. >> i just got home from work. and there's a bullet hole in our front door. >> reporter: the judge in the trial of william balfour, the man accused of killing the oscar winner's mother, brother and nephew was released this week. it was played in court on monday when julia testified about the discovery. >> i don't know. she's on the floor. i can see blood coming from her head. >> is she breathing? >> i don't know. i didn't touch her. i just ran out of the house. >> reporter: at that moment, she still didn't realize that their brother, jason, was also dead inside the house. but later in the call, she senses that he and her 7-year-old son, may also be in danger. >> where's my brother at? what's happening? i don't know where julian is or nothing. >> reporter: and then, police ask the question which turned this incident from another sad
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episode in one of chicago's most violent neighborhoods, into the high-profile case it is now. >> what's your last name? >> my last name is hudson. >> reporter: and william balfour has pleaded not guilty. jennifer hudson and her sister, julia, have been in the courtroom, at the trial every day since it started last week. the trial is expected to resume later this morning. george? >> okay, alex. thanks. so much anguish there. >> you hear that 911 call, you're right. now, to the hidden camera investigation you have to see to believe. many of us have left our car in someone else's hands when we head out of town or elsewhere. you know, valet parking. but what really happens when you turn over your keys? here's jeff deal from our abc station in orlando. >> reporter: it's a $60,000 2012 corvette. the kind of car anyone would love to take for a spin. and the kind of car you'd hate to leave in someone else's hands. but sometimes, that's what people do.
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especially cruise passengers, setting sail on vacation. lots offer to watch your car while you're on vacation and shuttle you to the port in style. we got a tip that jamie evans was known to take customers' keys and take their car for a ride. to investigate, we rented the flashy corvette and equipped it with a gps tracking twice. and we dropped it off at premier to see what happened. apparently, the temptation was too much. six hours later, with the couple long gone, the gps tracking device sent us a text message, alerting the car was in motion. that's when we captured this video of him and another employee joyriding in our car. we saw them taking pictures of the corvette in front of his home. later that night, cruising on the island. and eventually, parking it at applebee's. it shows that he even parked it at his home overnight. two days later, we watched him drive it all over town. he went to ace hardware.
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this is him walking from the store to the car with a friend. later, he loaded it with lumber at his home. and even allowed his dog to run around in the customer's car. finally, when he left it with the top down and door open for more than 20 minutes, we'd seen enough. when we confronted him, he played dumb. whose car are you driving out there? >> not driving anybody's car. why? >> you guys are driving that car all over town. >> what are you talking about? >> reporter: even though we had all this video. let me show you something, jay. let me show you this video. you think you recognize this road right here? you recognize those people right there in that car? >> we're not driving anybody's car. >> reporter: he denied he ever took a joyride in a customer's car. you're going to say you weren't driving that car? tell me the truth. be honest with us. >> sir, you're completely wrong. >> reporter: it would appear our video tells a different story. for abc news, jeff deal.
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>> our thanks again to jeff and our friends at wftv in orlando. that parking attendant has not faced any charges. that piece just aired last night in orlando. i think maybe -- >> key word -- >> i think so. thanks. it sure doesn't look good for him, how's that? let's get to the boards. we're going to show you what's going on. with all of the rain and storms, we're going to start with big hail out of oklahoma. early this spring, we had a lot of shots just like this. golf ball, baseball, all sized hail. damaging cars. anything it hits coming in the strong, powerful thunderstorms. and today, here's where the storms will get going. the greatest chance for tornadic activity will be north here. minneapolis towards duluth. in that zone. keep an eye for that. farther south, you're in line for more hail. 70-mile-per-hour winds. isolated tornados in those storms. here's where an improving situation goes. l.a. at 66. phoenix at 93. tucson, at 89 degrees. that's where the heat is. that's where the severe storms are.
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>> and everyone in the studio is now a weather forecaster. you can hear robin, josh, and george, hey, that rain is over. oh, no? look. it's falling. all that rain is brought to you by meow mix. >> as always, sam, thank you. are you ready for this? >> uh-huh. >> coming up, an abc news exclusive. mark zuckerberg. one on one. rare interview. what he's revealing just ahead that could possibly save hundreds of thousands of lives. come on back. [ bell tolls ]
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and now, to an abc news exclusive. talking with mark zuckerberg, at the new facebook headquarters in menlo park, california. our network cameras the first allowed inside facebook. the social network has changed the way we communicate. now, facebook and mark are hoping to save some lives. we traveled to facebook's new silicon valley campus, for the big announcement. this is where the web's unstoppable force takes flight.
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900 million monthly users. 125 billion friendships. at the helm of it all, famously camera-shy, 27-year-old billionaire, mark zuckerberg. his tech kingdom covered in graffiti art, down to the room where we met. you could not have possibly envisioned this when you started facebook. >> well, it started so small. it's been a crazy journey. >> reporter: but not always a smooth one. while facebook prepares to rock wall street with a possible $100 billion ipo, it's faced questions about its transparency. my friend and colleague, diane sawyer, sat down with you, and tried to pin you down on profit. >> how much profit? how much income, how much profit? >> we're not going to answer that question. that's the advantage of being a private company. >> reporter: how are you going to go about having to discuss more of what's going on here when you aren't a private company any longer? >> when you're public, there's rules how you report stuff. we'll just do that. but the focus of what we do here isn't going to change. our goal and the thing we need
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to do is keep on building great things. >> reporter: you don't think anything of the essence of the company is going to change at all? >> it's our job not to. so i'm on my timeline here. >> reporter: starting this morning, there's one major change we'll all notice. >> we looked at this and thought, this is amazing. >> reporter: an unprecedented move to harness the incredible power of facebook, to possibly save thousands of lives. >> i can add that i became an organ donor. and you can decide who you want to share it with. >> reporter: you can share you're an organ donor with friends. and find links to donor registries. why organ donation? >> recently, when the tornadoes came through in missouri, a lot of people were using facebook to organize and return items that were lost. in japan, people were using facebook to help locate their friends and family. we figured, okay. could we do anything that would help people solve other types of issues? like all the people who need organ donations. >> reporter: 113,000 americans are on organ transplant lists. 18 people die every day waiting
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for a donor match. with half of all americans on facebook, there's a tremendous opportunity to increase the pool. it's something that hits close to home for zuckerberg's girlfriend, priscilla chan. this is something that's close to priscilla. >> she's going to be a pediatrician. our dinner conversations are often about facebook and kids. and the kids she's meeting. she'll see them get sicker. and all of a sudden, an organ becomes available. and she comes home and her face is all lit up because someone's life is going to be better because of this. >> reporter: another inspiration, zuckerberg's idol, the late steve jobs, who received a liver transplant. did you ever have a conversation with him about organ donation? >> not about doing this specifically. but he was a friend. and as we were thinking through this, i'm definitely, i think, was something that we all had in mind. >> reporter: jobs was impressed with zuckerberg's zeal to build up facebook, instead of sell it.
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a company built on his hacker philosophy. some people look at it in a negative way. hack, hacker. but not you. >> the real hacker spirit is about building stuff, continuous improvement. >> reporter: and while that move paid off, so, too, have some more personal pursuits. like learning mandarin chinese in one year. >> one year, my challenge was to learn mandarin. it turns out, you can't learn mandarin in one year. at least i can't. i'm not that good. i had a lot of fun learning. and my girlfriend's grandmother, who only speaks mandarin, doesn't speak english, before that, i had no way to communicate with her. >> reporter: can you say good morning, america, in mandarin? >> sure. >> reporter: how do you say it? >> that's just good morning. >> reporter: oh. okay. still a bit of a challenge there for zuckerberg. now, he's challenging facebook users, too. you know there are some that are going to say, i just want to go
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on facebook and communicate with my friends. don't make me feel guilty about being an organ donor. what do you say to people who might not have a positive reaction to it? >> they obviously don't need to participate. even if it doesn't touch everyone, i hope it can make a real impact. >> he's not forcing anybody. but you have an option, starting today, to be linked to an organ donor registry. you think of all the people on facebook, the potential, just a small percentage. >> all the evidence shows, if you make it easier, the participation explodes. this could be revolutionary. >> it really can. >> with the click of a button. this is a network unlike any other. it's a remarkable tool, used for the power of good. >> we've seen how people come together in disasters. in communicating like that. >> it's the perfect format for that kind of thing. there's nothing else at this time. >> can i tell you how cool it is at facebook? all of them skateboarding and doing this. their minds are always at work. for more information, you can head to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and on "world news," diane sawyer has an exclusive
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good morning i'm eric thomas. right now san francisco police have cordoned off the area of folsom and 8th street to investigate a violent crime a stabbing victim was thousand there this morning. -- was found there this morning this could slow traffic off the bay bridge in that area. problems at the golden gate bridge. no problems on the bay bridge at this point this is a live shot, a lot of cops heavy presence at the golden gate bridge. let's look at the waze app coming to the golden gate bridge up and over the waldo, earlier accident, slow from
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sausalito. good morning. a lot of sun this afternoon near six day long the coast mid to upper 60s aren't bay. cool the next couple of days chance of rain thursday. -- the news continues now with "good morning america." ♪
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♪ ♪ why do you have to be so blind ♪ a rainbow of umbrellas out here all night long, waiting for carrie underwood to perform live here in times square. it's a huge "gma" concert event. we got sam and robin all riled up. that crowd cannot wait. >> i love carrie. >> you do. >> she has been a great member of the "gma" family all these years. you'll see her rock out. and she has so many great hits. we have a fantastic stage, as you saw, right in the middle of times square. and sam has guaranteed it will not rain when she takes the stage. >> oh, wow. wow. >> the guarantee comes out. >> the guarantee. and i guarantee it was a big team danceoff.
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and team paso doble undressed to impress. on classical night. >> it's like a running of the abs. >> hey, that's my line. and maria and derek snagged the first perfect score of the season. >> rocket to the top. >> so tony dovolani and karina smirnoff are going to weigh in on all the night's hits and misses. >> great. have you ever had frings? >> i don't know. >> it is what it sounds like. >> is there something that gets rid of that? >> uh-oh, i have fring again. no, this is a half-french fry, half-onion ring. yeah. you can get these. but only if you know where and how to ask. we are revealing -- i didn't know about this.
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fast food restaurants' secret menus. >> who knew? >> can you get some for us? >> some frings? hold on. >> it goes away after an hour. >> oh, boy. josh, how about some news? >> okay. because you asked nicely, george. wooir going begin with breaking news. five people described as anarchists were arrested for planning to blow up a bridge near cleveland along route 82 and planned to use smoke grenades to distract the police. the public was never in danger because the explosives given to the operatives were inoperable. meantime, in new york, where the occupy call street movement is threatening to block bridges, tunnels and waterways, to prevent people from going to work. it's part of civil disobedience for may day. also known as international workers day. in san francisco, proe toasters
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vandalized a police station. on this anniversary of osama bin laden's killing, u.s. and european authorities are concerned this morning about a new kind of terrorist threat from al qaeda. they fear terrorists may be trying to use explosives surgically implanted in their bodies to blow up planes headed for the united states. and in health news, new recommendations about when women should be screened for breast cancer. two, new studies found women with a mother or sister with breast cancer, or those with dense breasts, should have their first mammogram at age 40. and every two years after that. all women in their 40s are being told to make a personal decision on screening, based on discussions with their doctors. and you may notice a trend at your supermarket. chicken prices are soaring by as much as 25%. but only for dark meat, like drumsticks and thighs. demand for dark meat has been on the rise thanks in part to television cooking shows. now, here's diane sawyer, with a preview of tonight's "world news." >> hello, josh. and everyone at "gma." you have the big announcement today about facebook.
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tonight, another big star at facebook, one of the most powerful women in the world, is going to tell us how a college reunion inspired what happened today. that's tonight on "world news." >> we're all about facebook here at abc news today. finally, if you're in a destructive mood, this is for you. take a look. a company in minnesota, called drive a tank is, well, it is what it is. you can rent an army tank. and after a quick lesson, it's all yours. crush the jalopy. take out a piece of machinery you never want to see again. you cannot, sam, fire the guns on the tank. >> how did you know i was going to ask that? >> i felt the follow-up. driving the tank costs $400. it's an extra $150 to crush a car. if you want to take out the mobile home? 3500 bucks. there's a mobile home with our name on it, "gma."
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>> you got all of that information. no. potential targets. all right. what have you got, lara? >> hello. here comes the "pop news", everybody. of course, harper beckham is a beautiful baby. her parents are david and victoria. so it should come as no surprise that at 9 months, she's been offered a modeling contract, for my first years. i wonder if she'll take after her mom, the fashionista. or maybe she will model onesies, like her dear, old dad. any excuse to show that shot. >> gratuitous. >> that was simone in the control room. the sky is the limit for one of the cutest cats out there. hello kitty is taking flight. for this airline from taiwan. they have launched three jets with the feline plastered to the side. and onboard, passengers can take a catnap. and the in-flight meals are, well, the cat's pajamas. >> ding, ding, ding.
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>> wow, sam is doing very well. >> sam went outside. >> he forget forgot the raincoat. >> look at that. the weather central raincoat. this is going to be good. straight ahead. >> yes, it is. >> focus on you. for the men and women serving overseas, there's nothing like a care package for mom, and no batter way to say thank you, than to send a picture back to your mom. and, well, almost a million others. that's how many people have viewed these hilarious shots that have gone viral in less than a day. four men striking a pose in the biebs t. shirts in combat gear. the pictures, we never thought we'd see them. but as biebs said himself, never say never. check those out online. >> can i unsee that? is that possible? >> they're funny. they're funny. >> come on. they're marines. they're marines. >> in those shirts. and last but not least. it's not easy to find that special someone out there. when online dating services don't work, why not use social
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media to amp up your social life. that's what this man did. his rap to the ladies is a rap song that's gone viral. ♪ stare at the sea as long as you're the girl ♪ ♪ who likes me for me 554-561 ♪ only need apply if you want to have fun ♪ >> well, there he is. >> and? >> in the sun rise you can do a morning run. scott had several dates since that posted. no miss right. his requirements, you need to work in soflo, as he calls it. south florida. you need to be 21. and you need to be 5'5." scott, maybe not so many requirements if you're putting together online raps. >> that's a sweet song. ♪ 954, 561
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>> i'm sure it will work out for him. >> now. it's overflowing. sam, what's happening outside? >> well, you know, still got a little rain. i mean, it's not as bad as it was about an hour ago. but it's still a little rain, wouldn't you say? where are you from? >> clifton. >> how long are you here for? >> for this show. >> we're going to keep drying off the stage. we're going to do this. yeah. we're standing in the rain, of course, we are. let's get to the boards. one or two things we want to show you. first, a live shot out of new york city. that will show you the low ceiling and the rain in the area. quick look at the radar. that's why we were trying to time the back end of the rain so carefully. it looks like we're pulling that out of the way. we're in the lighter rain by about 8:35. we're working on it. we're working on it. it's going to be close. 88 in memphis. birmingham, 90. houston at 84. all that summer-like heat makes a move to the north. but it doesn't get to chicagoland or washington, d.c. over the three-day period.
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it will take probably that >> i think it's going to work out. i'm optimistic about it. i mean, i feel pretty good. lara? >> all right. i like your positivity. and your rain gear, sam. here's a look at what else we have coming up on our "gma morning menu." maria and derek, dancing their way to the top of the leaderboard last night. tony and karina, here to weigh in on all of the ballroom
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now, to the trial tearing an entire family apart. a stepdaughter pushing her stepmom to confess to a killing to police. and now emotions running very
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high, as the mom, amy senser testified monday. she broke down on the stand. and linsey davis has the latest on a dramatic day in court. >> reporter: an aspiring pop singer testifying against her own stepmother. a former nfl star looshing out at the media. >> why don't you guys get a life? >> reporter: and now, the woman at the center of this sensational hit-and-run trial, is speaking out for the first time. between tears monday, amy senser, wife of former viking player, joe senser, insisted that the object she hit last summer was not a person. telling the court, i just never saw him. i didn't see him. it just couldn't have been me. when asked to describe what the feeling of the impact was like, she said, i've never been in an accident. so, i wasn't quite sure if i'd hit a pothole or one of those construction signs. police say last august, amy senser hit and killed anousone phanthavong, a 38-year-old chef,
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on an interstate ramp and didn't stop. >> she says she didn't hit a human being. and that's contradicted by the physical damage to the car. >> reporter: senser admits she had a partial glass of wine that night. but insists she was not drunk. insisting she was suffering from a headache. asked if she saw blood on the car, she said, what i call seeing was something that looked like mud. but prosecutors don't buy her story. pointing out senser donated the clothes she was wearing that night to goodwill. and arguing the only reason she came forward at all, is because her stepdaughter threatened to turn her in. brittani senser, an aspiring singer who did a music video featuring bristol palin's exboyfriend, levi johnston, said she was worried people would think she had been driving. >> if someone didn't realize they had hit a human being and found out the next day they had,
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most people would report it. here, she doesn't report it for over a week. and that shows consciousness of guilt. >> reporter: amy senser says she went to a concert that night. but she couldn't prove it because she thinks the ticket was in the jeans she gave to go go goodwill. when asked why she changed her story, she said, it was a long time. and then immediately said, it's been 251 days. she knew the exact amount of time. >> she had a tough day on the stand. i know you were watching last night because it was classical night on "dancing with the stars." maria and derek scoring a perfect 30. we're going to talk to reigning mirrorball champ, karina smirnoff and fellow dancing pro, tony dovolani. they can't wait to talk to us. first, let's look last night's drama. the stars joined forces for a classical night danceoff event. for the first time, pairing off into groups and turning up the heat. team paso, with donald, maks and william ruled in a fiery and shirtless running of the abs.
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>> more muscle power than the avengers. i'm telling you, the boys -- the boys dominated this! ♪ >> reporter: it was team tango that came out on top, with a heart-pounding routine, beating the competition by just one point. >> that was incredible. i loved the concept! all of you were so tight, to in sync. >> first perfect 30 of the season, oh, my gosh! >> reporter: maria menounos shot to the top of the leaderboard for the first time. sinking her fangs into a biting vampire-inspired paso. >> the queen of the damned is the queen of the night. >> reporter: in second place, glimmering goddess, katherine jenkins rumba, was glimmering with elegance. >> there is nobody who serves up a more beautiful line, with more elegance and grace than you do in this competition.
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>> reporter: donald driver and william levy tied for third. >> you bring the romance to life. it was beautiful. >> i thought it was terrific. your footwork was spot-on. >> reporter: walt disney star, roshon fegan's argentine tango had passion. at the end of the night, jaleel and melissa ended up at the bottom of the leaderboard. leaving many to wonder who will head home tonight. joining us now, two of our favorite experts. last season's champion, karina smirnoff and the always amazing tony dovolani. it was so much fun last night. tony, maria and derek, the first perfect score of the season. what did you think of their performance last night? >> i think at the going to habe the season, nobody would have ever guessed that maria would be the first perfect score.
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and she so deserved it. it was an amazing routine. great choreography. she executed it well. this was the first performance, where she stayed in character the entire time. >> good point there, tony. >> i think the fact that she -- sorry. sorry to interrupt. i think the fact that she actually did difficult choreography and delivered every single line. and at the very end, the bite on the neck, that sealed the deal, for sure. >> that was a nice touch at the end. also, talking about choreography, i really liked team tango. i know the other team got a lot of people -- whoo -- because their shirts were off. but team tango. look at this, here, karina. >> i loved team tango. and i think roshon stepped it up at the end. he was the fourth couple dancing. the costumes were great. the dancing was great. even though i loved team paso, too, i feel like we have seen that before. >> what? the abs? >> the abs. shirtless. the team tango was more unique. >> what was confusing to me, is
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the judges didn't go crazy over team tango. they went crazy over team paso. and then the scores were flip-flopped. it was really confusing. >> think bruno was going crazy. >> it was bruno going crazy over team paso. melissa and maks, i know he's a good friend of yours, tony. and i don't think the scores were indicative of how they danced last night. i thought the scores should have been a wee bit higher. >> yeah. they've been the underscored couple of the season. it's been kind of like the trend. >> but at the same time, they haven't been in the bottom two yet. i must say, maks wore my favorite outfit of the whole season. as a matter of fact, i think you should bring the tights back for men. >> it was robin hood, men in tights. >> you make the tights look good. >> oh, wow. >> karina, we are so on the same
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page. i think tights look good. he should always wear that outfit. >> he does. you don't see him at home. he always wears that. >> i thank you for that inside information, tony. >> they live together. we hear it from the horse's mouth. >> all right, you two. >> donald was great. i thought donald was very committed. he loves this. he loves the experience. i think he's probably one of the most committed people i've seen in my life. >> i would agree. if i were to put my money on the finalists, donald is one of the finalists, 100%. >> i don't know what this guy has to do to get a higher score. donald has -- you're right. he works so hard. >> his lines are pretty good. >> i think he could have gotten a 10 sorks far this season. >> probably. >> i think you want to progress at the right moment, too. >> he's going to have a breakthrough week the next week or the week after. >> you are the experts. you two or the experts. you got to dance with tristan -- karina? >> we got voted off early.
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>> that was beautiful. and to jackie, she's just an amazing voice. an amazing talent. and so sweet. you can't imagine the power of voice coming out of an 11-year-old girl. >> 12. >> 12. >> she's 12 years old. the thing is, jackie and vittorio, they both made the experience probably one of the most epic episodes on "dancing with the stars." talk about the appropriate place, the appropriate venue and everything. >> it was a beautiful, beautiful night. tony and karina, thank you. you're such great sports. so much fun. thank you so much. >> we love you, robin. >> love you back. >> love you. >> we're going to find out which couple is going to head home tonight at "dancing with the stars" at 9:00, 8:00 central, right here. >> i heard extra kisses. if you think you need to go to a fancy four-star restaurant to get special, off-the-menu dishes, think again. some of america's most popular
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chains have secret items. you just need to know what to ask for. abc's john berman tells us how you really can have it your way. >> reporter: we all have secrets. there's secret codes. secret agents. secret lovers. but no secret quite so tasty as secret menus. a monster mac from mcdonald's? a captain crunch frappuccino from starbucks. the dirty orgasm from jamba juice. never heard of them? they're not on the menu. but the internet says you can get them. exotic. exciting, unheard of creations, that fast food chains will allegedly make you, if you know what to ask for. we had to try. >> can i help you? >> reporter: can i get a meat cube, please? >> which one? >> reporter: the meat cube? >> what? >> reporter: you don't offer the meat cube? >> no. >> reporter: okay. maybe the wendy's drive-through wasn't so sure about the four
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beef patties of the meat cube. but burger king, they nailed the rodeo burg we are a side of frings. at starbucks, i went for a chocolate dalmatian but ended up with another secret drink. can i get a chocolate dalmatian here? >> yes, you can. that's half white mocha, half dark mocha? >> reporter: that's a tuxedo. i'll take it, too. this is a tix seed doe, off menu. pretty good. want eight beef patties on your big mac? that's allegedly called a monster mac burger? i tried to get one at mcdonald's but baffled them. can i get a monster mac here? >> what's that? >> reporter: eight patties on the big mac. >> um -- >> reporter: at jamba juice, i got a white gummi bear and fruity pebbles, even though they were nowhere on the menu.
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this is the white gummi bear. tastes like gummi bears. and this is the fruity pebbles. they did not have the dirty orgasm, though they say they get asked for it all the time. these menus are not published by the restaurants but circulated by fans and customers online. it's safe to say, it is delicious to be in on the secret. this is the rodeo burger. they did it. it's a cheeseburger with barbecue sauce and onion rings. rodeo. giddyup, cowboy. bite? for "good morning america," john berman, abc news, new york. >> a fruity pebble. all right. good to know. and to get the restaurants' point of view on all of this, head to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! coming up, she's here. carrie underwood, live. stay with us. carrie underwood, live. stay with us.
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good morning i'm kristen sze. early morning fire in san jose has killed one and injured two others. the fire started after 2:45 this morning on the 2200 block of warfield way. one unit was in flames when firefighters got there. a family of seven lived there. a woman in her 30s died within child and man in critical second child has nonlife-threatening injuries. let's check out your commute. really heavy traffic around the bay area huge police presence at the golden gate bridge for a protest that has not yet materialized slow traffic southbound. if you look at our waze app traffic spotters show traffic slow across the span to the doyle drive detour.
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give yourself extra time. we'll check out your forecast right after
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little chilly redwood city, santa rosa low to mid 50s antioch 59 inland drop nearly 10° low to mid 70s mid to upper 60s bay shore near 60 along the coast where it will be breezy. small craft advisory today.
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this. i love that signature move you do? >> an involuntary leg twitch. i don't know why i do that. >> and she has a big announcement coming up about what's going to be happening with her. don't worry. >> are you ready for a song right now? the hit single from your new album. >> through the technical difficulties we are having this morning. >> how about some "good girl"? >> how about it? >> let's do it. [ cheers and applause ] >> how are you guys doing this morning? all right. ♪ hey, good girl with your head in the clouds ♪ ♪ i bet you i can tell you what you're thinkin' about ♪ ♪ you'll see a good boy gonna give you the world ♪ ♪ but he's gonna leave you cryin' ♪ ♪ with your heart
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in the dirt ♪ ♪ his lips are dripping honey but he'll sting you like a bee ♪ ♪ so, lock up all your loving go and throw away the key ♪ ♪ hey, good girl get out while you can ♪ ♪ i know you think you got a good man ♪ ♪ why, why you gotta be so blind? ♪ ♪ won't you open up your eyes? ♪ ♪ it's just a matter of time till you find ♪ ♪ he's no good, girl no good for you ♪ ♪ you better get to getting on ♪ ♪ your good-bye shoes and go, go, go ♪ ♪ better listen to me he's low, low, low ♪ ♪ hey, good girl you got a heart of gold ♪ ♪ you want a white wedding and a hand you can hold ♪
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♪ just like you should, girl like every good girl does ♪ ♪ want a fairy-tale ending somebody to love ♪ ♪ but he's really good at lying ♪ ♪ yeah, he'll leave you in the dust ♪ ♪ 'cause when he says forever well, it don't mean much ♪ ♪ hey, good girl so good for him ♪ ♪ better back away, honey you don't know where he's been ♪ ♪ why, why you gotta be so blind? ♪ ♪ won't you open up your eyes? ♪ ♪ it's just a matter of time till you find ♪ ♪ he's no good, girl no good for you ♪ ♪ you better get to getting on ♪ ♪ your good-bye shoes and go, go, go ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah, he's low yeah, yeah, yeah ♪
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♪ he's no good, girl why can't you see? ♪ ♪ he'll take your heart and break it ♪ ♪ listen to me yeah ♪ ♪ why, why you gotta be so blind? ♪ ♪ won't you open your eyes? ♪ ♪ it's just a matter of time till you find ♪ ♪ he's no good he's no good ♪ ♪ won't you open up your eyes? ♪ ♪ it's just a matter of time till you find ♪ ♪ he's no good, girl he's no good for you ♪ ♪ you better get to getting on your good-bye shoes ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
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>> cannot put out the carrie underwood fire. we have a full morning of songs from carrie. here's a quick look at our boards. twitter and facebook pictures in. we want to show you a gorgeous shot of a bunch of tulips in washington state. and a little fog in iowa. here's where the rain is setting up during the day today. we are a few light showers today. in some of the places around the great lakes, you could see up to
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>> all of that weather was brought to you by quicken home loans. now, time for the second day of dog versus dog. you met arbor, an jasmine. put the brackets up. the winner is jasmine. there you go. today's contenders, because you've got to vote for this. cizzu. when she wants to go out, she has to open the door on her own. and gator and joepaws, they don't rely on anybody else to get them from point "a," to point "b." which pooch impresses you the most? go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to vote. friday, we'll crown the top dog. coming up, i can't tell you how much fun it is to be here. wet in times square, with carrie underwood. and a special announcement, right here on "gma." @j@j@j@j@j@j
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[ cheers and applause ] we are back. we're not letting a little rain dampen our spirits, are we? not when we have carrie underwood here. she's only sold 14 million albums. 14 number one hits. and she's also a cover girl. have you seen this woman on the cover of "glamour" magazine? and "billboard" magazine. it's great to have you back. your new album is called "blown away." >> a new present. >> from whom? >> not from mike. >> that's very sweet. what can we expect from "blown away"? >> 14 tracks of awesome, pretty much. a lot. a lot of emotion. a lot of different tempos. feelings. we take people on a rollercoaster ride.
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>> and we have the good revenge song, too? >> it wouldn't be a carrie underwood album without some anger. >> and that announcement that i alluded to, you'll have a busy fall. tell the folks what you're going to be doing. >> i'm going on tour. we should be announcing some dates today, now. very exciting. >> i have seen you on tour, in nashville. i saw you in jersey. you and the boys put on a great show. >> thank you. it's all them. >> so, it's going to be hunter hayes. >> yes. >> don't you have four-legged friends? >> well, they are always with me, of course. >> we see them right there. and you're new to twitter. >> i am. >> how is it treating you so far? >> it's good. i tweeted the people here at 5:00 a.m. it's been good. it's good to have that instant connection, instant interaction. >> brad paisley giving you a hard time.
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>> he said the world was coming to an end because i had joined twitter. that happened. i'm sorry. >> you can count on brad for that. are you ready? you're in the rain. are you ready for another spectacular song? thank you, carrie, for being here. from her brand-new cd, "blown away," you know what? cupid's got a shotgun. ♪ he's got bow and arrows a long time ago ♪ ♪ it turns out i'm too hard to hit ♪ ♪ so, he put away his bow ♪ ♪ i might just keep on running to timbuktu ♪ ♪ because he give up on arrows and i am ♪ ♪ cupid's got a shotgun aimed at my heart ♪ ♪ i've been dodging bullets
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i've been hiding in the dark ♪ ♪ shot a double barrel trigger-happy as could be ♪ ♪ cupid's got a shotgun and he's pointing it at me ♪ ♪ he's sitting in that tree stand and his wings are camouflage ♪ ♪ i'm dug down in my fox hole waiting on his next barrage ♪ ♪ must be open season got a target on my back ♪ ♪ i think he's throwing love grenades ♪ ♪ and i'm under awac ♪ dupd's got a shotgun aiming at my heart ♪ ♪ i've been dodging bullets i've been hiding in the dark ♪ ♪ shot a double barrel trigger-happy as could be ♪ ♪ cupid's got a shotgun and he's pointing it at me ♪ >> come on.
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♪ well, he's got me in his sights ♪ ♪ i've got a red dot on my chest ♪ ♪ little does he know i strapped on my kevlar vest ♪ ♪ i pulled out my remmington and i loaded up these shells ♪ ♪ he's about to find out i'm a dang good shot myself ♪ ♪ cupid's got a shotgun aiming at my heart ♪ ♪ aye been dodging bullets i've been hiding in the dark ♪ ♪ shot a double barrel trigger-happy as can be ♪ ♪ cupid's got a chat gun and he's pointing it at me ♪ ♪ yeah, cupid's got a shotgun but right now ♪ ♪ he's running from me ♪
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you so much.
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we are back with carrie underwood, for our spring concert series. singing one of our favorites from her brand-new album, "blown away," here's "cowboy casanova." hit it, carrie. ♪ you better take it from me that boy is like a disease ♪ ♪ you run and you try and you're trying to hide ♪ ♪ and you're wondering
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why you can't get free ♪ ♪ he's like a curse he's like a drug ♪ ♪ you get addicted to his love ♪ ♪ you wanna get out but he's holding ya down ♪ ♪ 'cause you can't live without one more touch ♪ ♪ he's a good-time cowboy casanova ♪ ♪ leaning up against the record machine ♪ ♪ he looks like a cool drink of water ♪ ♪ but he's candy-coated misery he's the devil in disguise ♪ ♪ a snake with blue eyes and he only comes out at night ♪ ♪ gives you feelings that you don't wanna fight ♪ ♪ you better run for your life ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh
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♪ i see that look on your face ♪ ♪ you ain't hearing what i say ♪ ♪ so, i say it again 'cause i been where ya been ♪ ♪ i and i know how it ends ♪ ♪ you can't get away don't even look in his eyes ♪ ♪ he'll tell you nothing but lies ♪ ♪ and you wanna believe but you want me to see ♪ ♪ if you listen to me and take my advice ♪ ♪ he's a good-time cowboy casanova ♪ ♪ leaning up against the record machine ♪ ♪ he looks like a cool drink of water ♪ ♪ but he's candy-coated misery he's the devil in disguise ♪ ♪ a snake with blue eyes and he only comes out at night ♪
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♪ gives you feelings that you don't wanna fight ♪ ♪ you better run for your life ♪ ♪ run, run away don't let him mess ♪ ♪ with your mind he'll tell you anything ♪ ♪ you wanna hear he'll break your heart ♪ ♪ it's just a matter of time but just remember ♪ ♪ he's a good-time cowboy casanova ♪ ♪ leaning up against the record machine ♪ ♪ he looks like a cool drink of water ♪ ♪ but he's candy-coated misery he's the devil in disguise ♪ ♪ a snake with blue eyes and he only comes out at night ♪ ♪ gives you feelings that you don't wanna fight ♪ ♪ you better run for your life ♪ ♪ oh, you better run for your life ♪
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♪ oh, you better run for your life ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
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carrie underwood has taken over times square, everywhere you look. and since you've been so faithful, she's going to sing another one for you, you can also see online. carrie, thank you for being here. ♪ nobody ever told you," from her new one, "blown away." >> thank you very much. ♪ ♪ take off all the makeup, girl ♪ ♪ shine the light show the world ♪ ♪ don't be shy don't be scared ♪ ♪ you don't have to hide under there ♪ ♪ let's throw away all the magazines ♪ ♪ turn off the static on the tv ♪ ♪ wish you could see yourself the way i do ♪
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♪ nobody ever told you nobody ever told you ♪ ♪ you shine like a diamond glitter like gold ♪ ♪ and you need to know what nobody ever told you ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ la, la, la, la
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good morning i'm kristen sze right now ferry service from sausalito and larkspur is cancelled this morning into san francisco while striking workers picket. ferry service is set to resume 2:00 this afternoon. by then it should be warm. looks like right now in the 40s and 50s low to mid 70s inland 10° cooler than yesterday. near 60 at the coast. small craft advisory outside for those northwest winds 20 to 30 along our beaches. going to rain thursday. a lot of traffic on marin roadways 280 northbound accident motorcycle down 101, also r

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