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good morning, america. whiteout. blizzard of 2015. the east coast bracing for a monster storm and more than 50 million americans in its past. the nor'easter set to dump up to three feet in some areas and wind gusts up to 80 miles an hour. government officials warning for the worst. >> prepare for something worse than we have seen before. >> the snow blinds drivers overnight, stranding cars on the roads. thousands of flights already cancelled. schools closed and our extreme team tracking it all. and breaking news. security breach. the white house on lockdown. reports that a drone landed on the white house lawn. the secret service investigating right now. he said that he killed two guys. they went out to a shooter
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-- shooting range. he's crazy. >> the man accused of killing american sniper chris kyle set to face justice. what really happened at the texas gun range and why his killer is saying the oscar-nominated film could make getting a fair trial impossible. and splash down. landing safely in the ocean. how he was finally pulled from the water. and good morning, america. the national weather service already calling this a crippling potentially historic blizzard. you see the snow has already been falling up and down the east coast. this is just the beginning. >> just the beginning. president obama is traveling abroad and has briefed about the storm. states are preparing for the worst. our entire extreme weather team
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is out, you see them up and down the east coast covering it all and ginger starts us off in times square. this is big one. the clipper that's moving on through, flurries now, it hit a wall if the atlantic and it's going to sit and spin. blizzard arngs all of the way up and down the east coast. advisories stretching from virginia up to maine. some of the heaviest snow is going to fall in boston. >> reporter: ginger look at this. this isn't snow, this is salt. this isn't snow. this is salt. look at this. 35,000 tons of it. it's going to take this and more to try to keep these roads clear. but it's not just boston that's preparing, much of the eastern third of the u.s. has already been impacted by this storm. overnight, highway whiteout.
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stranded drivers in ohio feeling the first bitter blast of this likely historic blizzard. emergency personnel on the scene assisting this driver stuck in a ditch. this, after a weekend already full of dangerous winter weather. in massachusetts, at least three dozen spinouts. this tractor-trailer jackknifing. another overturning. and in baltimore four children rescued after plunging through a frozen pond, leaving two in critical condition. but all that, just a preview of what's still to come. the mayor of new york city warning don't underestimate this storm. >> prepare for something worse than we have seen before. >> reporter: as what could be the nastiest storm in years takes aim. more than 50 million americans bracing for the worst. >> just trying to get in the parking lot here was insane. >> reporter: a frenzy in this supermarket just outside boston. shelves at this shoprite new jersey stripped bare and at
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trader joe's a 30-minute wait to get inside. salt trucks along the east coast out in full force, the storm expected to dump 30 inches in some areas with winds up to 60 miles an hour. and along the shoreline, coastal flooding. residents boarding up and hunkering down. >> we're using two by tens in order to protect all the glass. >> reporter: the east coast preparing for one monster of a storm. sunshine now trying to break through which is a thickening cloud cover. snow expected to arrive later this afternoon. it's been two years since they have gotten two feet of snow and at that time it brought this city to a standstill. the record here in boston is 27.5 inches. some spots outside the city could see three feet. and, robin, there's really no amount of salt that can melt three feet of snow. >> no. all right, rob. thank you. the storm already causing chaos for air travelers. thousands of flights cancelled today and tomorrow and that number will only increase. abc's david kerley is at reagan national airport.
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good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning x robin. it's going be a mess out there if you want to fly, because these cancellations are going to ripple through the entire system. if you're in dallas, los angeles or chicago, you're feeling the effects of this storm as well. here's the problem, not only snow but wind. 35 miles an hour. gusts up to 50 miles an hour. that could make it very difficult for aircraft to land. it will be a problem not only today but tomorrow. hardest hit in the northeast is the regional carriers and jet jetblue. most have activated wavers. robin? >> the ripple effect as you said. explain why so many flights are being cancelled right now this early. >> well the robin, the airlines really want to get in front of
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this. they want to don't anger their customers. they're going to have to cancel flights. let them stay home, rebook them, and once the storm passes, we'll get them to where they want to go is what they say. >> thank you so much. i'm booked on a 10:00 a.m. flight tomorrow to dallas. >> that ain't going to happen. >> we'll see. >> we will see. that is air travel. trains affected as well. amtrak getting ready right now. abc's linzie janis in philadelphia with more on that. >> good morning, george. as you can see the snow flurries already coming down now. as of right now, amtrak is running a normal service, it's monitoring forecast as the snowfall picks up throughout the day, people should check online for delays and cancellations, you can see the wind is picking up as well here amtrak has crews standing by to deal with any fallen trees. as for the roads, crews have been overnight treating them there has been some rain some snow now, already one accident
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because roads are a little bit slick here. interstate 81 northbound temporarily caused because of a multivehicle crash, schools in the philadelphia area will be closeding at noon officials want to children home before the storm picks up. that's when they want people to stay off the roads. that's the message across the storm zone. the governors asking people to stay at home as the snowfall picks up. robin? >> all right, linzie, thank you so much. so much of the northeast being affected. back to ginger outside for more on the forecast -- oh, you're inside. >> i am. this is the part everybody is waiting to see. the actual snowfall, the wind, and i need to emphasize the timing. the worst of the storm happens late tonight through tuesday. so dent get too terribly what you'll see outside.
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there will be light snow and from southwest to northeast it starts to increase numbers-wise. washington d.c., in the one to three. philly at the line between three and six and six to 12. i do think they'll see that half-foot. just to the east of them and certainly in coastal new jersey up through connecticut you'll see those numbers creeping from 12 to 18 and 18 to 24 plus, massachusetts on up. i do think there will be local spots seeing three feet or close to and that is what makes this a gigantic storm. wind as david was saying, a huge part of it. the wind gusts, let's take it through the timing here through tuesday. 67-mile-per-hour wind at montauk. nantucket, 53. boston in the 50s. these gusts could reach up to 80 miles per hour. you worry about the power lines and all the heavy snow with the branches coming down, and the timing of it, worst is overnight tonight through tomorrow. those tight bands could reach two to four-inch snowfall rates. and that's how you add up snow that quickly. it really starts overnight
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tonight, the worst of it tomorrow and wednesday night we start to say good-bye. >> we're ready right now. breaking news, new security breach at the white house. a drone lands on the white house lawn. abc's pierre thomas in washington with the latest. good morning, pierre. >> good morning, george. we have just been told by law enforcement sources that this was a drone, a tiny aircraft that landed on the white house lawn. the sources say it was not weaponized and was immediately discovered. but make no mistake, this was a serious, serious issue. in the hours just before dawn, unusual commotion at the white house. secret service and emergency personnel descend on the north lawn, a device discovered. >> there's a device that has been recovered by the secret service at the white house. early indications that it does not pose any sort of ongoing threat to anybody at the white house. >> reporter: the president and first lady were not there, traveling on an visit to india. unclear whether the daughters were home. lots of questions this morning. how did the device get on the property? who put it there?
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a key concern is that this device got on to the property in the first place and how do you prevent that from occurring? the secret service is in a middle of a security overhaul with leadership changes. add this to the list of disturbing items that will be studied. the fact that this drone was discovered in the middle of the night is raising eyebrows. among the things we want to know, did the device have a camera on it? was someone spying on the white house? robin? >> okay, pierre, thank you. the snow is not the only thing snarling traffic, a major concern, a troubling new trend, three flights forced to evacuate sunday because of threats made online. five flights in total. searched overthe weekend. abc's tom llamas has that story for us. >> reporter: overnight three planes evacuated at two major airline hubs. the fbi investigating an orlando-bound delta aircraft from los angeles diverted to dallas/ft. worth after receiving an internet
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based threat, 179 passengers and 8 crew members forced off the plane to undergo inspection. >> it got scary. >> we knew what was going on. >> reporter: also sunday, two commercial planes evacuated and searched and more threats. all flights searched and all flights cleared. apparent hoaxes. >> we landed on the runway and immediately stopped and the captain came on the speaker and told us that there had been a threat specific to our own flight. >> reporter: all this after two flights, one delta and one southwest, searched on saturday following a series of threatening messages on social media. two f-16 fighters scrambled and atlanta's international airport nearly shut down. >> you can look out the window and see people with machine guns and bomb-sniffing dogs. >> reporter: on saturday, a message on twitter. someone tweeting at delta assist, "i have a bomb on one of your planes but i forgot which one when i left the airport, can
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you help me find it." these threats are invariably hoaxes and real terrorists don't typically give a heads-up. now the fbi is looking into the threats. at last check, still no arrests. though these are so far all hoaxes, nothing is funny about the prison time. if convicted, up to 29 years behind bars. >> nothing funny about it at all. >> thank you, tom. we're going to go to politics, gop hopefuls squaring off last night in california organized by the conservative billionaire koch brothers. what has been a closed door showcase for candidates and our jon karl was the moderator. you got sparks flying on foreign policy. >> reporter: that's right, george. this will be a defining battle in the republican primary. there are stark differences between these candidates on foreign policy. this was especially true with iran with senator rand paul did fending president's effort. >> i do think diplomacy is better than war and we should give it a chance.
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>> this is the worst negotiation in the history of mankind. >> what are we going to do? are you ready to send ground troops into iran? are you ready to send 100,000 troops? >> do you want to bomb iran? >> nothing should ever be off the table. >> reporter: and senator paul defended the president, said he would support him in blocking sanctions, voting against new sanctions against iran right now. >> jon, any sense of what kind of role the brothers want to play throughout the 2016 race that they might pick a candidate? >> reporter: they're trying to at least narrow the field down to somebody who believes in their rather libertarian views. i think they want to play a role. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. let's go to the other top stories. good morning, george. we begin with a video just coming in from a dramatic rescue at sea. the coast guard rescuing four people, including an infant, in a small plane that landed in the waters off of hawaii.
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250 feet off maui. the pilot got into a raft. he's okay. also on sunday a plane carrying four people including an infant rescued. some terrifying moments inside a home depot here in new york. the store packed with shoppers stocking up for the blizzard when gunfire erupted. police say a store worker shot his supervisor to death before turning the gun on himself. witnesses say that the two men had been arguing, screaming shoppers ran for the exits but no one else was injured. a grand display today, as president obama became the first american leader honored as chief guest at india's republican day celebration. the festivities marked the birth of the world's largest democracy and the president and indian prime minister announcing new deals on defense and nuclear energy. also this morning, president obama promising tougher action in ukraine. amid the worst violence in
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months. darkcam video shows one rocket attack killing at least 30 people. ukraine's president says he hopes to revive the peace process. and back here at home, finally, it didn't take long for police in houston to catch a suspected burglar. and here's why. as he was being led out of a family dollar store, just moments earlier he fell into their arms. because of some bad timing on his part. good timing for police. police say he had been trying to break in through the ceiling. when police were just coming in to see what was going on he fell through the ceiling into their arms. there he is lying on the ground shortly arrested. he just had to put his arms behind his back, guys, he was in the perfect position. he was already down. >> we haven't had one of those in a while. >> good one, right? >> it was. >> as soon as we see a story like that we know it's going into the file. >> dumb criminal file. >> thank you, amy.
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now to the countdown to the super bowl. the seahawks already in arizona for the big game. the patriots arrive this evening and deflate-gate not going away. their coach holding a press conference over the weekend defending his team and giving the media a science lesson. abc's cecilia vega has that story. >> reporter: this morning, deflate-gate threatening to let all the air out of super bowl xlix. seahawks landing in phoenix sunday facing off against the new england patriots. richard sherman. >> will they be punished? probably not. not as long as robert kraft and roger goodell are still taking pictures at their respective homes. >> reporter: seahawks quarterback russell wilson staying above the fray. >> all those distractions has nothing to do with us. >> reporter: the nfl telling abc news its review continues, but patriots quarterback tom brady telling espn sunday night the league still hasn't contacted him. >> i believe they're going to do it after the season. so, we'll deal with it after this game.
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>> it's real simple -- >> reporter: brady posting this patriots video sunday intending to get fans pumped for the game. writing, who's with us? >> being perfect is not about that scoreboard out there. >> reporter: but notably missing any mention of football air pressure. belichick defiantly defending his team, maintaining they did nothing wrong. >> we followed the rules of the game to the letter. >> reporter: his explanation for those deflated footballs, climate condition. >> air pressure is a function of the atmospheric conditions. there is variance there. >> reporter: twitter erupting, calling him bill belichick, the science guy. but the real science guy bill nye refuting his explanation. >> to really change the pressure you need one of these, the inflation needle. >> reporter: the supersized controversy even making its way into "saturday night live's" spotlight. >> all i know is is that a
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football is a pigskin. i assume the air in the football was inside the air in the pig when it died. >> reporter: this is where sunday's big game will be played. the patriots will be taking questions from reporters later today and there will be questions about deflate-gate. >> and "snl" opened with that skit. >> of course they did. we should point out bill nye is a big seahawks fan. >> he is. let's go over to ginger. winter weather in california? >> winter weather advisories for riverside including big bear. above 7800 feet they're looking for four to eight inches of snow. nothing like the east coast here but something to note. rain from los angeles east of san diego and even in phoenix today. now, looking at places like dallas, they'll go to 70. but even seattle could see a record at 60 today. so mild weather back in the southwest. 59 for albuquerque and denver at 68. select cities brought to you by royal caribbean.
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>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the microclimate change forecast. increasing high and mid-level clouds but still mile today with scattered and light showers possible tomorrow and dry and warmer later this weekend and into the evening. today is not to bad above am, mid-to-upper 60's and lake port and cloverdale is the warmest nearly 70's because of your sunshine more than the rest of us. and upper 40's to mid-50's tomorrow and 70's
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>> it's not every day you have a blizzard warning for 1,000 miles or so. so, that's what we'll be talking about at 7:30 detailing the storm. >> ginger, thank you. coming up, the blockbuster trial of the man accused of killing american sniper chris kyle, why the defense says it is hurting their case. also a craigslist nightmare. the georgia couple missing after going to meet someone to buy their dream car. plus, "gma" investigates house fires. what you need to know that could save your life. e the rest recharge is the most important box in the world. crispy flakes, sons of the sun itself. ♪ the sun'll come out tomorrow ♪ a magic formula of protein and grain, that helps turn little boys to soccer players. moms to super moms. tomorrow is yours to claim.
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burning and putting out white smoke. there were at one point four to five spot fires burning. those seem to have been extinguished and firefighters as uh you can see on the scene of this six alarm fire burning near fassler avenue. >> we do have fassler avenue that we have a lot of equipment on fire trucks and so forth. try to avoid it. we also have a new crash, though leaveing san francisco southbound side. on free month
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. we're tracking some good news. the winds are up to ten miles per hour. they've been less than that when they've been fighting that fire. the fog is also lifting. we'll have even less fog tomorrow morning. mid 30s around santa
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. good morning, america. . right now we're tracking the monster storm. 50 million americans bracing for three feet of snow on the east coast. the man who killed american sniper chris kyle getting set for his day in court and raising questions about whether the movie will impact the trial. >> house fires burning faster. experts say more challenging than before. >> good morning, america. on this monday morning. hope everybody had a wonderful weekend. what's coming? the monster storm making its way to the east coast right now. the blizzard hitting -- ginger later this afternoon? >> yes. worst of it early tomorrow for new york and it moves on. >> and it's going to be feet and feet and feet of snow?
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>> the coast of new england is where the heaviest will snow. >> what you know to stay safe before you head out to clear your driveway and sidewalk. >> my kids are following ginger's instagram because they want to know about school. >> i feel good about saying that. >> the man who shot and killed american sniper chris kyle. jury selection beginning next month. with the blockbuster movie braking all kinds of records. questioning whether or not he can get a fair trial. "american sniper" number one for the second weekend in a row already bringing in more than $200 million in the u.s. >> she's got a grenade. >> the blockbuster details the life of navy sale chris kyle. the deadliest sniper in u.s. history played by bradley cooper. when it comes to the day he was
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killed back on american soil the oscar nominated film fades to black. so what did happen at this gun range near fort worth, texas almost two years ago? >> he said he killed two guys. like he's all crazy. >> that's the sister of eddy ralph the marine veernt accused of gunning him down. ralph will go to trial in two weeks. he's pleaded not guilty and his attorney tells abc news he will mount an insanity defense arguing that pstd made him shoot at point blank range the man he idolized. kyle's widow doesn't buy that defense as she told our dallas station, wfaa. >> somebody taking the lives of two people there to help them,
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that's not ptsd in my opinion. >> ralph's attorney says the film's success will make it impossible to find a impartial jury. the judge has a request to move the trial. >> a lot of prospective jurors will know something about but but doesn't mean you can't find a fair jury. >> potential jurors have been summoned. ryan owens abc news dallas. >> now to the desperate search for a georgia couple who vanished last week. disappearing while meeting someone to buy a car on craig's list. abc mara has that >> reporter: a search for a devoted grandparents disappearing after going to buy a car after someone they met on craig's list. >> whoever has them we hope they
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let them come home to us. we miss them. >> reporter: police say the pair posted this ad seeking to buy a 1966 mustang convertible. they say it was the couple's dream car, one they wanted to buy since they were first married decades ago. after finding what they believed was a seller they reportedly set out on a road trip approximately 180 miles. their three daughters haven't heard from them since. their worry turning to panic when they never showed up to baby-sit the grand kids friday. >> my mom would never miss an opportunity to be with my kids. >> reporter: the morning police are looking for a suspect, 28-year-old ronny j. towns. police say the couple's last calm was to towns, a call they believe was about that craig's list ad. >> at this time he's charged with giving false statements to our investigators and criminal attempt to commit theft by
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deception. >> reporter: now the runyon family set up a facebook page with about 100,000 supporters. a growing group desperately searching for the couple whose quest to buy their dream car has turned into one family's nightmare nightmare. now, we reached out to craig's list for comment but did not hear back but they note to be especially careful when buying high value items. they say never go alone and this couple did that right. >> yeah they went together. >> yeah. >> certainly hoping for the best. >> yes, we are. thank you. >> thank you. now let's go to amy in social square with the speed feed. >> this is a big shocker. trending on facebook and twitter, an avalanche of posts about the blizzard on the way with blizzard of 2015 and snow magetton melting down with twitter. tweeters getting creative about the storm of this season. this woman apparently to blame
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authorities, this woman for questioning, elsa right there. and we have new york mayor bill de blasio going game of thrones announcing winter is coming. i love the face on this woman. pretty much sums up the hysteria of what i saw in the store last night. if your arms are full in the stores you may be channeling homer simpson facing the sophie's choice of staples. bread or wine? tweet us with the #social square. two things always open are starbucks and irish pubs. so the alcohol is covered. >> you got that right. amy, thank you. >> thank you, amy. back to ginger. i see the snow. >> i thought we would go back to this. to make it into the top ten snow storms for snoerksnew york city we have to get more than 18 inches. i thought i would get in here and have more time with this. three to six inches is the white area farther west into
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pennsylvania like upstate new york and western starts to dwindle. put the ranges on and boston i think you're in the top. 18 to 24 plus. certainly places seeing more than two feet of snow and closer to three. new york city i put 12 to 18 and our team has been working on these numbers all night long. on top of the snow, the wind gusts going 50 to 70 miles per hour. the worst of them long island up through >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with increasing clouds and dry and mild from low-to-upper 60 with a chance of scatter light shower in the seven-day forecast temperature. we have sprin all that weather brought to you by microsoft surface. i'm totally cool with giving all the blame to elsa. >> elsa did it. >> if you're hungry in new york
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we're back at 7:42. "gma" investigate house fires. new homes with modern floor plans may be more vulnerable. what can you do to avoid a disaster? abc's alex perez has the story. >> reporter: raging flames ripping through your home. a terrifying sight we hope we'll never have to experience. last week a five-alarm fire destroying this apartment complex in new jersey leaving more than 1,000 people without homes. that fire ruled accidental but experts say fighting fires are more challenging than before. fires burning faster. >> you used to have as much as
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17 minutes to get out of your home. now we're looking at 3 minutes or less. >> reporter: experts point to the synthetic material in our homes as one reason. >> today our homes are filled with synthetic materials burning faster. >> reporter: and open floor plans. >> as you have line of sight, the fire does too. >> reporter: "gma" invest gates as the fire investigators does a series of tests to determine how firefighters can better battle blazes. on this day testing scenarios on two different homes. first the traditional ranch one-story and the smoke moving from room to room and each wall delaying the fire's progress. now the modern open floor plan. smoke quickly rising to the second floor. you can see flames shooting from the window in nine minutes. the temperature, 1,400 degrees. dozens of firefighters from
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across the country. the task giving them important data and you one important message. >> the critical component is the oxygen. as soon as you close that door you cut off the fire source of oxygen. >> reporter: one of the biggest mistakes is not shutting the door behind them. if you don't close a door it's burning your own house down. >> you need to remember to close your door at night. >> if your children are sleeping at night having the closed door could save their life. >> reporter: and check the tags to paying sure products go under fire testing before you purchase. when buying building material the more dense, solid and heavy, the more fire-resill subsequent and always have a designated escape plan with two exits in every room and meeting place outside. for "good morning america" alex perez, abc news chicago. >> shut that door. >> good advice. >> coming up up in the air
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♪ now to that amazing journey for a daredevil duo. balloonists trying to smash a pair of records. they lifted off from japan, soaring over the pacific for somewhere in north america. not quite sure where that is yet. t.j. holmes is in the social kwar square for us. >> two guys who want to fully inflate their equipment in order to get an advantage. we're talking about balloons not balls, of course. but these guys floating above the pacific 15,000 feet for a week and they could land anywhere from canada to mexico. this morning these two balloonists are attempting to float into the record books. troy bradley and laona are 15,000 feet above the pacific
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ocean in a gas balloon they call two eagles. the pair took off sunday en route to north america. around the world in 80 days. we think of balloons as scenic and romantic. these two are ballooning daredevils. they'd have limited sleep and access to oxygen with temps in the 50s. with these high altitudes come high stakes. balloonists died after hitting bad weather four years ago. hoping to made the trip in 5 1/2 days breaking two records 30 years ago, they have no idea where they'll land at the mercy of the winds, they could end up in anybody's backyard. >> this is a cover vetted record and hopefully one that's going to stand for a long long time. >> they have been at it for 39 hours right now. they're trying to beat two records. they need to be up there 138
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. good morning. i'm kristen sze. we have developing news. crews at pacifica still getting a handle on a six-alarm grass fire in the area of fassler avenue. residents are expects to be back at their homes within an hour. >> just between roberts road and terra nova boulevard. we have another crash here involving a motorcycle. injuries involved.
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check out the back ups. it's a mess. >> our winds are still around ten miles per hour or less arnold -- around pacifica. we'll have
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si good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and the major winter storm taking aim at the northeast. more than 50 million americans bracing for the worst. how you can stay safe battling the blizzard. it's the super weight loss trend shifting to your home. say good-bye to the juice cleanse and how you could trim down with souping. superstar katy perry breaks down her game plan for the super bowl. >> i'll be a little tingly inside that day. >> what she's saying about her halftime snow. "gma" at the s.a.g. awards and we got one-on-one backstage with the winners. and ne-yo live here performing as we say --
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>> good morning, america. i like how you said that. yes, he's cool, amy. and all that. he's a grammy winner and he's hanging out with the fans and he has a brand-new album out. you'll hear from him today. >> also, a big night for viola davis last night at the s.a.g. awards. what a speech she gave trending big right now. >> and what a dress she wore, george. and we're going to get into the fashion winners of the night. editor and chief of yahoo! style jose and fashion designer nene leakes are here to talk about the hottest looks on the red carpet. >> she's taking it from you jose. also, the epic super bowl bet between chris pratt and chris evans, taking it to the next level. >> that is all coming up. let's get news from amy. >> i bet you can guess what i'm going to lead with.
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the blizzard. preparations here in the east. millions of americans bracing for what's being called a potentially historic storm. up to three feet of snow, possible in parts of the northeast and abc is in boston where they are bracing for the worst. good morning, rob. >> reporter: good morning, amy. look at what's happening behind me. this is salt from mexico being uploaded and downloaded from this cargo ship. 35,000 tons of salt trying to keep the roadways clear in boston as the snow arrives. so far it's been relatively quiet winter season but this is about to change. this morning the northeast is bracing itself for a whiteout. snow expected to blanket americans. likely a foot from philly to maine. possibly two feet or more from the new jersey coast up through new england. the anticipated blizzard conditions expected to disrupt road travel, schools potential airport closures and
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states of emergencies likely from new jersey to maine as everyone braces for the worst. emergency rooms may be bracing themselves as well. nearly 12,000 people treated at emergency rooms for medical emergencies related to shoveling snow each year. and in the u.s., approximately 100 people die shoveling snow every winter. >> when you go outside, the blood vessels to your hands and to your legs, they clamp down. that makes it harder for your heart to pump blood. it has to pump against all of that pressure. that raises your heart rate and blood pressure and could be the worst thing for someone with heart disease. >> reporter: experts advise taking your time and avoid alcoholic beverages, avoid eating a big meal before shoveling and try using a smaller shovel to avoid lifting heavy-weighted snow. and you may want to get your car off the street because you know when those plows come through, they're just going to bury a vehicle making you have to dig out even more. snow is coming later today and
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boston is ready. >> yep, another reason to stay inside, indoors. thanks so much. and the other big story this morning, the investigation into how a small drone was landed on the north lawn of the white house this morning. the unarmed drone landed before dawn. the secret service and police finding it right away. president obama and the first lady were not home. they're in india. investigators are now trying to figure out who was controlling that drone and whether it had a camera to spy on the white house. and new security concerns for commercial airliners. five flights have now disrupted in recent days because of online threats. the latest, a delta flight from los angeles diverted to dallas, where it was inspected before continuing to orlando. two other planes a jetblue and sky west flight had to be evacuated after landing in seattle and earlier this weekend fighter jets scrambled to escort two atlanta bound planes after someone tweeted a bomb threat.
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no explosives found and no arrests in connection with the threats. the new england patriots fly to arizona for the super bowl with deflate-gate showing no signs of resolution. tom brady says he still hasn't been contacted by nfl investigators and he doesn't expect to speak with the league about the scandal until after the super bowl. finally, this one is being called pizza-gate. the head honcho of papa john's caught red-handed. controversial, because it was not papa john's pizza and perhaps even worse, he is eating it with a fork. can you believe that picture, guys? >> i eat it with a fork. >> he was trying out the competition and didn't want to get his hands dirty. >> i'll give him a pass. >> i love the breadsticks. >> i like that garlic sauce. >> yes. >> thank you. robin is over in the social square. you guys are making me hungry that's all i can say.
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super bowl ad and it broke records for the highest audience ever for a commercial and perhaps this year they will top it as well. >> good start. >> i wonder why t.j. holmes said he was going to be here monday because we promised we would have the big reveal. and we have sara in for lara spencer. >> thanks for having me. in addition to the blizzard, we have the super bowl coming up and pop star katy perry has her game face on gearing up to perform at the super bowl halftime show sharing the cover of espn the magazine issue with superstar j.j. watt and talking to chris connelly on "sportscenter" to give a few hints what to expect when she hits the stage. >> i'm squeezing in as many familiar hits as possible. so that the whole crowd can sing along. i just want people to have fun and bring incredible joy to the show. >> that sounds like a karaoke in my living room. this is going to be amazing.
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we also know that grammy winner lenny kravitz will be a special guest during her performance. >> can't go wrong. >> you got to go with the hits. >> you're going to the game, aim? >> i am. i'm looking forward to the halftime show. my favorite part. >> and the food are my highlight. i shouldn't say that next to a sporty. >> c'mon, seahawks and patriots. >> i can't wait to hear about it the next day. and now to oscar-winning jennifer lawrence exercising honesty during her speech at the producer's guild awards saturday night. presenting an award to the ceo of lionsgate which is the studio behind the hunger games franchise. >> i normally say no for things on account of my anxiety and unbreakable bond between woman and couch. but i had to say yes. i assumed i was contractually obligated and when i found out i wasn't, i had already picked out this dress. >> how much do you love her?
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she says what we're all thinking. we'd rather be on the couch. the dress was beautiful. >> she nailed it. >> she nails everything she does. not many actors feel comfortable in their skin. but when it comes to jennifer lawrence i rather watch being her than anything else. and finally, a superhero face-off. "guardians of the galaxy" chris pratt challenging chris evans to a super bowl bet. pratt taking to twitter. seahawks win, you fly yourself to seattle and visit the children's hospital as captain america, waving the 12th man flag. evans agreed under the condition pratt must visit a boston nonprofit as star-lord wearing a tom brady jersey and the digs keep on coming. tweeting out this chicken-themed meme of tom brady. i'm going to predict this.
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chris pratt visits hospitals all the time. i bet they do it regardless. >> win-win. >> don't those guys get more adorable and funnier with those types of bets? >> it's good. >> what do you have for me? >> whatever you want, sara. great job. "heat index" coming up. ginger now to a check of the weather. >> i have the best group out here. the gymnastics team. they're from georgia. you're bailey. >> bailey. >> how much snow have you seen in your life? >> four inches. >> i said you have to stick around. tomorrow a whole lot more here in new york city. we want to start with asbury park, check along the coast line. a bounce to the camera. wait until tomorrow. that's when the winds really kick in. and that's why we call it a blizzard. it has to have both. the snow and the wind above 35 miles per hour. worst of it is overnight tonight and through the day tomorrow. tuesday at 11:00 p.m. it's still going strong in boston. certainly in coastal maine and rhode island and then it moves out to the northeast.
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not everybody is cold where there is a trough in the east. there is a ridge out in the west. denver goes to 67 on tuesday. >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the microclimate change forecast. increasing high and mid-level clouds but still mile today with scattered and light showers possible tomorrow and dry and warmer later this weekend and into the evening. today is not to bad above am, mid-to-upper 60's and lake port and cloverdale is the warmest nearly 70's because of your sunshine more than the rest of us. and upper 40's to mid-50's tomorrow and 70's >> hold on. let's work on that -- a little bit more. they're cold already here from -- from boston right? >> yeah. >> you're okay now? she's good. we have got tough ones out here. >> she's not going to school for a long time. today's heat index.
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lots of people trying a diet trend, souping, experts say it can kick-start a healthy lifestyle. >> we have all heard of juicing and what celeb hasn't been spotted drinking their fruits and veggies hoping to reboot their bodies? but could souping be the new juicing? that will wake you up. this woman, the founder of l.a. based arena. soup can keep you full and even help you lose weight. soupelina offers a five day cleansing plan, mailing you five different soups totalling around 1,500 calories. on the menu options like don't squash my dreams. >> where's dessert? >> this is your dessert. >> add some broth. >> you can diy, too. >> you have put nuts and
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veggies. she says there's no evidence that souping or any so-called cleanse actually helps rid the body of toxins, but she says souping can kick-start healthy habits. >> you're keeping all the fruits and all the vegetables and all the nutrients in. >> reporter: another positive, the heat. >> some vegetables when you heat them you're releasing the nutrients. the heat actually makes those nutrients more absorbable. >> reporter: she says like -- watch out for sodium. >> soups have a tendency to have a lot of sodium. that's what's going to punch up the flavor. >> reporter: still eliminating solid foods could take some getting used to. but if you can do without the chew, slurping your supper is definitely not so bad. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, los angeles.
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>> made me a little hungry. >> that's fine. it keeps happening. >> mario is coming up. >> it really is soup weather. >> yes, it is. or pizza. >> or pizza. the countdown is onto the oscars and those in the know consider the screen actors guild awards the best barometer of what to expect. the s.a.g. awards making the oscar race even tighter. and abc's chris connelly was there and has all the highlights for us. >> the cast of "birdman." >> reporter: "birdman" is back in the oscar race with its best movie cast win at the by actors for actors s.a.g. awards sunday night. >> to win as a team feels really good. >> it's been great. it's been hard and amazing. >> think what would meryl do. >> reporter: meryl would laugh with her one-time co-star shond ya rhimes with her series "how to get away with murder."
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>> when i tell my daughter stories she says mommy, can you put me in the story? and you know, it starts from the top up. so i would like to thank pauly, shonda rhimes. betsy beers and peter nowalk for thinking that a sexualized, messy, mysterious woman could be a 49-year-old dark skin african-american woman. this role has been a challenge for me. and it's woken me up like any challenge wakes someone up. >> do you have your speech or are you going to wing it? i don't see a purse. i don't see -- >> you know, i never make assumptions. >> reporter: julianne moore earning a best actress win for her work as an alzheimer's patient in "still alice." and thanks to "the theory of
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everything's" star's mind-blowing wins. >> it's kind of weird -- it's like -- kind of like a euphoric white noise. >> reporter: patricia arquette tearfully thanked her family after her best supporting actress award. >> i can't tell you what this means to me. i'm a fourth generation actor. my daughter texted me and it means a lot when you get an 11-year-old girl to say i'm proud of you mom. >> reporter: no one seemed happier than the "orange is the new black" cast and their best tv comedy cast win. some on the red carpet were wonder rouse in white. maggie gyllenhaal and reese witherspoon. davis, too. for "good morning america" chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> and now the favorite part, fashion. we're going to talk fashion with our style team. happy to have celebrity stylists and nene leakes tv personality
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and fashion designer, both here with us. >> thank you. >> i love who you picked last night, felicity jones was spectacular. >> i love her. i mean, don't you think it was a very sophisticated evening? it was very grown up and we always say all award shows are all hollywood. it was channeled last night that was so sophisticated and elegant like all the gowns, like i loved the criss-cross which was a huge trend. on the red carpet yesterday. and all the sophisticated hair and makeup. the hair slicked back. the low pony. and the long -- >> clean looking. >> my favorite thing is she's not wearing much jewels. she looks very clean. >> i love that, too. >> that's very good. >> people packed away the diamonds. no necklaces which is kind of a nice relief. >> viola davis who won best actress. >> love. >> she looked gorgeous. >> she looked amazing. >> beautiful. i loved her. i thought it was a very flattering shape for her. this halter neckline again was a really big trend on the red
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carpet. everything about it was so simple and easy and how awesome do her arms look. >> i was just going to say her shoulders and her arms. >> if that's what you want to show off, this is the best shape for it no doubt. i have to say, everybody, let's give props to her natural hair. >> i was going to say it, too. >> right? >> yes. us girls love a weave and a wig. i'm so happy that she wore her natural hair. she looks great. >> she's rocking it. >> but she did it on the show and everybody just jumped out to see what she did. for her to do it on the red carpet was so brave and smart and fun. >> loved it. >> i always love your next choice. julianne moore has been a big winner this awards season and she won with this dress. >> i love her. she's been winning everything. she's winning for me on the red carpet. i was saying this dress on paper, if i were to say to you a green dress with beads for a redhead you would say i don't know, it could be bridesmaid, christmas, red and green.
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look at this delicate train and everything about it is so simple and elegant. >> her pale skin, yeah. >> the way she carried it off. for me, queen julianne. >> i love it. i love it. >> one simple ring. that's it and her earrings. >> nene, you have a wild card pick? >> i do. i hope you guys won't die. >> i won't die. >> i have a wild pick. nene has a wild pick. guess who? you will never guess. >> i know it. >> you do? you do? why did you tell? >> it's right here. >> okay, julian margulies. >> wow. >> julianna. >> i do like it. what i loved, all the bright bold colors on the carpet last night. >> i think she looks great. i love her hair pulled back. i want to talk about new people. you guys always talk about the
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same people. she looks great. she looks great. it has a little poof but i think she looks great. she barely has on any jewels which we saw nobody was wearing jewels. she looks great. her makeup is clean. >> how did they all know to ditch the accessories? >> i don't know. did they call everybody? >> do they all talk to each other? >> they must be running out. they're saving themselves. >> this is a part of the big trend. the bright color. we saw that last night. >> we did. a lot of red and white and silver but last night we saw a lot of jewel tones. the blue and yellow. and the bright yellow. >> sofia vergara was in a bright red. >> i loved sofia last night. >> she could wear everything. let's be honest. >> she especially looks good in that. >> she was looking like she was very in love. >> oh. >> have you seen her fiance? >> it's not quite the red. >> thank you so much.
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be sure to tune into the oscars february 22nd right here on abc. we'll tell you what everyone wore. we'll be right back. >> "good morning america's" countdown to oscar sunday is brought to you by jcpenney. when it fits you feel it. oscar sunday is brought to you by jcpenney. when it fits you feel it.
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. good morning. developing news out of pacifica. here's video of the fire. you can see it was roaring earlier. it burned heavy brush in the area of fassler avenue north of terra nova high school. residents are expected to be back in their homes within the hour. >> as we take you right into -- we had a couple of crashes here. one was cleared. looks like traffic now flowing. this is another accident that's blocking one lane northbound side of 680. most of those back ups along 101 as you head
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. we're looking at fog. it climbed over the altamont pass. watch out. it is lifting a little bit, but still thick in some spots. that's about the only really bad spot, at least according to our reporting stations. 49 in san francisco 48 in half
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moon bay. still some 30s inland. our destination today, ♪ one, two, three ♪ ♪ ooh, i want the time of my life ♪ ♪ oh, baby ♪ ♪ ooh, give me the time of my life ♪ ♪ hey, hey, hey ♪ that's ne-yo performing time of our lives, it's off his new album "nonfiction." he's singing for us in just a little bit. she knows is the title. >> can't wait for that. mario batali is cooking up a meal inspired by music. he's here and you can smell it all morning. >> i know. >> my stomach has been growling. and guess what,
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it is monday and that means the new episode of "the bachelor." tonight. sparks fly. jay gets ready to go for a date with chris. >> hey. >> hi. >> we have to get you ready for your ball tonight. >> they whisk me away to this transformation room. >> it's everything a princess can imagine. >> all i want to do is go on a date and dress up like a princess. >> i can't even look in there. it pains me. >> nobody in this house would appreciate this date more than me. it's like cinderella getting tended to before the ball. >> the best part of the earrings, you get to keep them. >> i can't even describe how frustrated i am. >> i feel the sort of jealousy that i have not felt before. i'm going to freak out. >> evil stepsisters in there. come on. >> yes, indeed. you can find a deleted scene from tonight's episode on our website goodmorningamerica.com
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on yahoo! and tune into "bachelor" right here on abc. i can't wait for the next story. are you excited? now to the onesie, julia roberts turned heads last night with her black jumpsuit. it's back. and poised to become all the rage. from red carpet-ready rompers to one-pieces. jumpsuits are all the rage. what if you wanted to give up high fashion in favor of a more casual couture look without sacrificing style? the onesie. celebrities like rhianna are fans and katy perry is too. when you think of a onesie, i think of a couch, a pint of ice cream. we're seeing celebrities putting on heels and jewelry looking elegant. >> really this is taking the jumpsuit to the more comfortable level. >> reporter: and anyone can get
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in on the look from $25 at forever 21 to this $200 number. every price point is represented and no print is seemingly off limits. >> these are another great way to show people who you are and what you're into. >> reporter: express yourself? >> exactly. >> reporter: but how practical are they for everyday wear? i suited up and hit the streets of new york city to find out. turning some heads along the way. would you wear this? >> yeah. >> reporter: use three words to describe me right now. >> loud, cute and pink. >> reporter: what did you think when you saw me? >> even though it's camouflage, not liking it. >> do you like it? is there a right way to wear it? >> you have the zippers going on and the tags. i wouldn't add anything. >> reporter: so, you're okay with it? >> yes, sure. >> reporter: as long as you don't have to wear it? >> exactly. >> reporter: who better to give me some advice on how to rock one. >> hi, sweet baby.
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>> repporter: something tells me they have a little experience in the onesie department. hands in the air like you just don't care. who is in the onesie. i brought some other onesies here and we're jamming. we ran into ryan smith's little twins, the little onesies, and they were wearing them better than i was and probably more age appropriately. ginger? >> a very good morning to everybody out here. it looks pretty now. like a snow globe. where are you from? >> new jersey. >> your name. >> christian. >> you want more snow? >> no. >> he may be not alone in that but unfortunately it's happening. this is what is going to happen. let's go ahead and see your forecast. we put some numbers on there. we have all been working hard on seeing who gets what. i really think the most will fall for places like worcester massachusetts, and for portland
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in maine you have to get above 22 inches to get in your top five. let's look at the southwestern winter advisories though. some of the mountains just east of l.a. and san diego going to pick up snow above 7,500 feet. heavier rains surrounding that and that high kind of rotating clock-wise and phoenix 68 today. that's >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with increasing clouds and dry and mild from low-to-upper 60 with a chance of scatter light shower in the seven-day forecast temperature. we have spring warmth and >> all that weather brought to you by carmax. we'll be tracking the storm all day here on abc. >> ginger, thank you. we're switching gears to a story that's very serious, and we want you to be aware if you have children around. our diane sawyer teamed up with "the new york times" journalist and author nicholas kristoff for a look inside the world of sex trafficking in america.
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it's all part of kristoff's upcoming pbs documentary series, "a path appears". >> reporter: by night and day across the country young american girls controlled by pimps are sent out to make money with sex. >> they congregate over here and they sit down here and wait. >> reporter: at new york's port authority, two plainclothes officers tried to get to the vulnerable young kids before the pimps do. you're in a race against the pimps? >> absolutely. they see -- your left-hand side. walking to the greyhound. >> right. >> one of the pimps, recruiters. they watch. >> reporter: last year they recovered 69 kids a huge number are foster kids longing for family and a huge number have been sexually abused. >> so she was taken to new hampshire. >> reporter: this journalist
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whose documentary appears on pbs tonight. >> it's seen as a public nuisance issue rather than a human rights problem. the person the police and prosecutors go after is the victim rather than the perpetrator, the pimp or the customer. >> that's her. we have to make sure -- >> it's [ bleep ]. >> okay. that's her. >> reporter: kristoff just helped this woman find her daughter who ran away from home when she was 15. >> now we have her. now we have her. >> i want to see her. >> reporter: savannah was looking at websites when she was lured away. >> i don't know how i came across like this website for like you know like sugar daddies and guys would pay for your stuff and you would have sex with them. i didn't know i would have to have sex with them. i thought they would buy me stuff just because i was pretty. i don't know. i still did not understand what was happening like completely even when i went to the hotel room until it happened.
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>> savannah's mom went through the same thing a generation earlier. if we don't intervene, then savannah's daughter is going to be going through the same thing. >> reporter: what gives you the most hope? >> i'm optimistic. i think law enforcement is beginning to change its attitude and i think the public is beginning to understand that the victims in this case are these girls on the street. >> reporter: for "good morning america," diane sawyer, abc news, new york. >> the documentary "a path
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>> his favorite was a dish i made for him. he's a simple and cool guy. we share a similar love for wine. it all came out really fun. each of the shows has a different musician and i make lunch and we sit around and have a little chat and they make me a song. there's josh groban and patty smith. >> this is perry ferrell's dish. >> he doesn't eat meat so he wanted veal. we took porkloin instead and we pound it with a piece of prosciutto in the middle so it has the porky flavor. whisk the eggs for me. we're going to do a classic breading. so i'm going to go first in flour and your done egg. and i have a little bit of sage which i'm almost burning. >> i'm smelling it after i put it off over there. >> i'm going to toss it and then
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we're going to cook it. saute it just like that. my co-producer and i -- >> two minutes aside. >> two minutes aside. right. flip and then it comes up like this. you take it off like so. nice and crisp. dump a little bit of that oil out. deglaze the pan with a little marsala. which makes it nice and sweet. and drizzle a little bit of extra virgin olive oil and salt and you have a simple pan sauce that doesn't take any trick at all. go like that. >> oh, great. >> go like that and go like that and go like that. >> thank you. >> so, i worked with this crazy director and my production partner, we came up with this idea, very simple. we shot it in a warehouse and it turned out to be so much fun. we had a blast. it's on dailymotion.com. all the episodes are up at the same time. you can watch them as a binge if you feel like it. >> you also got something for the edge? >> absolutely.
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and that's a linguini and salad over the top and beautiful pork cutlets with this magnificent grilled or pan-roasted rodichio which taste so good. >> beautiful. >> a little bit of salt and you're gold. >> these guys, also, did they do a song? they don't write a brand-new song? >> no. they play whatever they felt. i didn't give them tips. and they show up and edge plays two songs and patty smith played something i have heard before. it was so much fun. >> it's all based on rodichio? >> well, i make the dish and they play whatever song they want. they didn't necessarily rehearse it but they're professional and so good at what they do. >> that is so good. >> isn't that delicious? >> that is really good.
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>> the confluence the way music and food is made and there's a parallel to it. that's what the whole show is about. we get to discuss it with them in ways we haven't seen in magazines or the other shows they have been on. >> all five episodes streaming live now on dailymotion. that's a sharing service. you can get the recipes at "good morning america".com and yahoo. mario, thank you. ne-yo is coming up next. ♪
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he is a man of many talents. grammy-winning singer, songwriter ne-yo is here. he has a brand-new album out tomorrow called "nonfiction." he's going to be performing "she knows." we know that you did a quick change here. we were worried, weren't we? no, we weren't. >> no. this is what we do. this is what we do. wait. >> go ahead. you want to get it on. there you go.
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there you go. "nonfiction" is the name of it. we know that you have collaborated with some of the biggest names in the industry. for this you went to your fans on social media? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. i wanted to tell my story and also wanted them to tell their stories. this is album number six for me. i know the reason i'm still here ten years later is because of the people. >> yeah. >> appreciate y'all. so, i wanted to make them part of this creative process this time around. >> these are real stories. >> yeah. i'll be telling the truth. >> this music -- it just hits on so many different genres. it's r&b and -- it's dance music. that's what you wanted to bring to this new one. >> it's quality music. i want to get to the place where people don't consider genre. ne-yo, at least i know it's going to be quality. it might be dance or r&b and poker.
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>> you heard it hear first at "good morning america." and i loved you in "red tales". can i just say? my father was a tuskegee airman and you're so multifaceted and talented. and you have a special guest juicy j. >> yes, i do. juicy j is here. shout-out to the producer of the record. this is our first time working together and definitely not our last. yeah. >> you want to put that little mike on. i'll hold this for you. you got that. you're all set? all right. >> you're not supposed to see this. >> no. you got it all set. here we go. here's ne-yo and special guest juicy j. are you kidding me? performing their new song "she knows."
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she knows. ♪ you know the moment she turns around ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ she knows how to back it up and drop it down ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ she knows she wants all the fellows looking ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ because they know it's a rap ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ because she loves the attention ♪ ♪ she gets when she moves ♪ ♪ showing now where homegirls ♪ she knows ♪ ♪ she knows ♪ ♪ hey, hey, she knows ♪ ♪ she knows ♪ >> hold on. ♪ let's go ♪
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your love for juicy j. ♪ you got my attention baby ♪ ♪ do what you do ♪ ♪ now you're going to have to make a move ♪ ♪ all this ice, no wonder i play it cool ♪ ♪ no i in team but i got my eyes on you ♪ ♪ when she walks she licks her lips ♪ ♪ when she talks ♪ ♪ get some, little legs, she can walk on the ceiling ♪ ♪ she loves the attention she gets when she moves ♪ ♪ showing now with her homegirls she got me watching, too ♪ ♪ she knows ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ oh, she knows ♪ ♪ hey, and she knows ♪ ♪ no one knows she knows ♪ ♪ that i know she knows ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> the snow beginning to fall. thank you, ne-yo and juicy j. you're all set for the weather. you're ready to go. >> we are all ready and can't wait for more of these proposals. now is the time "gma" will help you. go to goodmorningamerica.com for more information. >> she knows. she knows. [ cheers and applause ] when the flu hits, it's a really big deal. the aches. the chills. the fever. an even bigger deal? everything you miss out on... family pizza night. the big game. or date night.
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. good morning. i'm kristen sze. mike nicco checks out the forecast. >> start with some fog and then get to the warmth. it is improving. let's put it that way. we'll see increasing high and mid level clouds. mid to upper 60s. tomorrow a scattered light shower possible, low to mid 60s. 70s back in the forecast friday through the weekend. >> check out this golden gate bridge is packed in both directions north and southbound. as you head into san francisco, it is a busy one. we have this two-car crash at 280. we are seeing some delays as you
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make it in from daly city. announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, from the new film "still alice," kristen stewart. and the flash himself, actor grant gustin. plus, your questions and comments when the co-hosts open up the inbox. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ [cheers and applause]

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