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on 2015 jetta and passat models. good morning, america. happening now, extreme weather alert from coast to coast. dangerous roads as almost a foot of snow falls in parts of the midwest. wind chills plunge below zero in the northeast and severe storms expected from texas to illinois bringing hail, damaging winds and possible tornadoes and the west bracing for a record heat wave. breaking overnight. taking aim. texas senator ted cruz becomes the first major candidate to announce he's running for the white house. the combative tea party favorite who shut down the government for days over obamacare, taking to twitter overnight, saying he's ready to begin the fight for the presidency. deadly helicopter crash. a chopper going down in this million-dollar estate tearing a massive hole into the roof killing three and causing a fiery wreck. >> i need removed immediately.
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>> the collision scattering debris all over the block. the search for clues right now. and then the chaos on the ski slope. a chair lift stopping and careening backwards, panicked skiers jumping to safety. seven people recovering and one of the families on that wild ride speaking out this morning. the investigation right now into what went wrong. and good morning, everyone. happy monday. great to have "world news tonight" anchor david muir sitting here. >> yeah, david! >> we should be so lucky. >> you guys said, come on in and celebrate spring. take a look at the live picture from chicago. this is just unreal. happy monday. traffic is moving because we're so used to it this winter. but, boy, it's the winter that just won't end. >> yeah there's extreme weather
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all across the country. the northeast plunged back into a deep freeze this morning. i had a hello when i walked out of my apartment. >> i didn't know where you were going to go there for a second. >> yes, it was brisk to say the least, and severe storms are the way in the middle of the country. ginger tracking it all. >> the flakes we're seeing from chicago came from minnesota, up to a half foot or more in some places. look at this video and listen. >> um, not good. >> and off the road he goes. fortunately he's okay and so are many others that had to deal with all of that snow. the snow still falling in parts of wisconsin and northern illinois and that's what will show up. it's not over this week. there's more coming for parts of minnesota. western wisconsin, tuesday night into wednesday. so, shot after shot of early spring snow, not as out of the ordinary there. but this is slightly below average. look, wind chill in new york is 12 this morning. 1 for syracuse and buffalo is 8.
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you'll have strong winds and hail, damaging winds possible tomorrow and an isolated tornado anywhere from southern illinois to texas by the time we reach wednesday. some areas looking very much like spring, david. >> was that guy driving as he was videotaping? >> he has a mounted camera. >> oh, right. okay. >> thanks, ginger. we're going to turn to politics. the race for the white house kicking off. texas senator ted cruz announcing on twitter overnight that he's running for president becoming the first major candidate to officially enter the race and jon karl live at the white house. good morning. >> good morning, david. cruz jumped into this race trying to be the conservatives' conservative, somebody who delights in not just fighting liberals but mainstream republicans, too. overnight texas senator ted cruz announced he is jumping into the presidential race. >> i'm ready to stand with you. to lead the fight. >> reporter: cruz and his family did a walk-through at liberty
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university, even practicing the waving and kissing. cruz enters the race trying to be the man to the right of just about everybody. >> actions speak far, far louder than words. >> reporter: what has ted cruz done. most famously he led the fight against obamacare that culminated in a government shutdown for 16 days. following cruz's 21-hour talkathon and even some dr. seuss. >> i do not like them, sam i am. >> reporter: the fight earned cruz lots of enemies, many of them republicans in congress. how much do your colleagues just despise you right now on the floor? i hear some really strong language. >> given the choice between being reviled in washington, d.c. and appreciated in texas, or reviled in texas and appreciated in washington, i would take the former 100 out of 100 times. >> reporter: the son of a cuban immigrant father, cruz was a
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champion debater at princeton and a harvard law grad. cruz's election in 2012 came as a jolt to the republican establishment. he beat the texas lieutenant governor who had more money and the endorsements of virtually all the republican leaders in the state. >> they said it was impossible. >> reporter: no doubt they'll say the same as he shoots higher this time around. cruz may be the first candidate to jump into the 2016 race but, david, there are by some counts more than 20 republicans who are at least thinking about running for president. so, this is going to be a very crowded race. >> all right, jon, we love how you choose your questions carefully there. david, we turn now to a new threat from isis. the brutal terror group allegedly posting a hit list online targeting american troops revealing the personal information of 100 service members and urging sympathizers to kill them. the military is notifying everyone on that list and abc's martha radditz has the latest.
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good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, amy. we have never seen a threat quite like this. and while it has not been proven yet to come directly from isis, it clearly comes from someone inspired by the terrorist group. the online threat is chilling. 100 names, addresses, photographs, which we are blurring, of our sailors, marines and airmen. a group calling itself the islamic state hacking division, urging all muslims to find the service members here at home. >> what they hope to do is inspire or motivate someone here in the united states to attack or kill these service members or their families. >> reporter: the military now trying to contact everyone on the hit list. abc news found several of those service members privately, one was not surprised that the u.s. military would be targeted. another found it regrettable and one said, this is just a way they are trying to intimidate us and it's not going to work. i wouldn't say i'm scared.
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it's just part of this new war most of the information publicly available. >> the department of defense has been very active over the past many years of reminding service members and their families to be very cautious about the information that you put on social media. >> reporter: but, as of this morning, some of those on the list still have highly visible profiles on social media. this is being taken very seriously. the chairman of the homeland security committee telling me there could be homegrown violent extremists who are capable of following through with this threat. >> and isis claiming credit for two significant attacks in just one week. the situation in yemen is deteriorating. what is the level of concern among u.s. officials about this? >> well, in yemen they are so concerned that, over the weekend, we evacuated all of our special operations forces including navy s.e.a.l.s. that means we have no presence on the ground. and this is a nation where the terrorist threat to the u.s. is considered one of the most
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dangerous in the world, amy. >> all right, martha, chilling news. david. >> we're going to turn now to the deadly helicopter crash that went down in an upscale orlando neighbor killing three onboard and igniting the fire. federal regulators are investigating what caused the crash. abc's reena ninan has the story. >> we have smoke and fire showing from c-charlie the structure. >> reporter: this morning federal investigators on the scene of this crash in an upscale orlando neighborhood. >> a garage attachment. to a two-story house. >> reporter: three people confirmed dead after their helicopter crashed into the guest house of this million-dollar estate. just after 2:00 p.m. the chopper going down after reportedly taking off from orlando executive airport two miles away. >> requesting a return back to the hq ramp. >> 242. proceed inbound. on the downtown arrival. >> it wasn't running right and all of a sudden i heard a big explosion.
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>> reporter: the collision scattering pieces of the aircraft across the block. neighbors quickly calling 911. >> we have lots of bystanders, i need removed immediately. >> reporter: you can see the massive hole. the chopper buried deep inside. fortunately there was no one in the apartment at the time of the crash. >> you can see part of the fuselage and the flames got really intense real quick. >> reporter: fire officials finding the helicopter's pilot and two other dead in the wreckage. for "good morning america" reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> and now to the manhunt for the gunman who seriously wounded a woman on her way to work. kate hafford out of the hospital this morning after being shot on a houston highway. police are hoping drivers who saw that shooting will come forward. abc's ryan owens has the story. >> one suv run off the road and shot after her. >> reporter: just days after being shot in the head kate hafford is out of the hospital. investigators hoping she soon might be well enough to create a
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composite sketch of the man who shot her. this morning all they know he was wearing a baseball cap. and driving a white chevy tahoe. >> he was one individual and the situation stemmed from a road rage situation. >> reporter: the gunman last seen on a gridlocked interstate 45 here in houston. >> she's bleeding from the head. think she's been shot. >> reporter: hafford, a 21-year-old on her way to work at a gas company didn't realize she had been shot but somehow manages to get off the interstate and call 911. >> she was in and out. she blacked out several times at the scene but she was coherent enough to give investigating officers some information to help us in the case. >> reporter: here's what she told them happened. as she's merging on to i-45 she admits to honking at the drive she says cut her off. that's when she said that he started to taunt her, ultimately pulling up right next to her
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firing that shot through the passenger side window and driving off. bullet fragments pierced her head and neck. >> nobody deserves this. >> reporter: doctors removed those fragments on friday. hafford's husband calls her quick recovery a miracle. >> she's a tough cookie. she's a tough cookie. she's going to be all right. >> reporter: hafford may be out of the hospital this morning but she is not recovering at home. she's semimri too afraid to go there. as long as this shooter is still on the loose and who could blame her, amy. >> no. absolutely not. we hope they catch him soon. thank you. now to "gma" weekend anchor dan harris with the other top stories beginning with new tensions at uva. there are two big stories brewing there today. today police expect today release the findings of an investigation into an alleged gang rape at the university of virginia. this investigation was prompted by a widely disputed article in "rolling stone" magazine and it comes at an extremely tense time on campus following the racially
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charged case of martese johnson, he's the black student taken down by alcohol control officers outside of a bar. abc's linsey davis has the very latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. lots going on on uva's campus. "rolling stone" magazine has since admitted that some mistakes were made in the reporting of that story and the alleged sexual assault that supposedly took place at this fraternity behind me. today, we're going to find out how egregious those mistakes were as a new investigation is under way into the arrest of martese johnson. >> yo, his head is bleeding! his head is bleeding! >> reporter: a new voice this morning giving insight into the moments leading up to this disturbing scene of this uva student pinned down and bleeding from his head. >> i go to uva! i go to uva! >> reporter: after the 20-year-old johnson was carded and turned away from a pub, alcoholic beverage control agents questioned and arrested him, claiming he was agitated charging him with public intoxication and obstruction of
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justice. but the co-owner of the bar now speaking out giving his own account of johnson's demeanor. >> i didn't think he was intoxicated at all. he was very cordial. i actually asked him what high school he went to. he was just disappointed he didn't get in. >> reporter: johnson released a statement through his attorney, saying that he hopes his scars will heal, but the trauma will stay with him forever. charlottesville police chief tim longo saying the incident was unfortunate and disturbing. >> this campus, these students, this community, this city has been through a lot in the past several months, and, once again, here we are on the national stage over just an unfortunate event. >> reporter: and the police chief making another reference there to the "rolling stone" magazine and subsequent scandal and fallout. of course, we're expecting to hear the conclusion to that investigation later on today.
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dan. >> a big day on campus. today, the supreme court is going to a hear a case on free speech. the dmv in the state of texas banned this specialty plate. featuring a con fe fed rate flag. it simply wants to honor the soldiers who fought for the south in the civil war and they argue the ban is a violation of free speech. but the state says the plate is government property and it has the right to control the message. look at this, close call on a highway in new hampshire. on a highway. a teenager hit a snow bank and went airborne dangle over a live river 75 feet below that bridge. he managed to climb down safely, but he was cited for failure to stay in the roadway. >> right between the mustard and mayonnaise. one more story to tell you about. you may remember pope francis recently mentioned how much he loves pizza. when he made a visit to
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the italian city of naples, these guys from a local pizza shop showed up to give him a special pie with the words for the pope on it. when francis rolled by, a successful handoff. the pope actually takes the pizza. the owner of the pizza shop says he does not know yet whether the pope actually ate it and tells us he's not angry the pope completely failed to tip him. i'm making that up. the pope didn't have time. but it does tell you a lot about the pope's lack of security. he is insistent on staying open to the crowd. >> he was delivering that pizza for the -- >> he called it in. >> yes. thanks, dan. we're going to turn now to march madness and the mayhem. the sweet 16 opening weekend of the tournament filled with buzzer beaters, bracket busters. >> nice iliteration. >> like that? abc's paula faris has it all. for villanova fans. >> march madness mayhem. of the 11 million espn brackets
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not a single person has a perfect bracket this morning. emotions and upsets. it's the nature of the game because in march madness if you win, you advance. but if you lose, you're going home. lucky seven proving to be the winning number at this year's sweet 16. >> that will do it! >> reporter: as michigan state and wichita state both seven seeds stunning their second seed opponents. >> heading on to the regional. >> tip your hat to michigan state! >> reporter: while they rejoiced, reminders that the road to the final four is paved with broken brackets and lined with tears. remember last week's "cinderella" story of georgia state with rj hunter shooting the game-winning basketball with just seconds remaining? a moment so surprising it knocked the head coach who happens to be hunter's father off his stool. >> georgia state! >> reporter: well, for georgia state, the ball is now over after a heartbreaking loss on saturday. >> rj hunter.
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a huge hug for his father, ron. >> i love this kid, man. i love him. >> reporter: the parties also come to an end for number one seed villanova, a team that many brackets had making it to the final four. but it is this teary moment in the bandstand going viral this morning. a piccolo player sobbing her way through the villanova fight song and being comforted by meme memes of her with joe biden and john travolta. >> i'm a senior and it was just really hitting me hard that i wasn't going to be playing there ever again for that team. >> so many emotions. the average seed remaining in the tournament is 4.4. and we can all resume pseudo-productivity at work until thursday because that's when the games resume. >> you're going to bring yours? >> my piccolo? i was a clarinet player.
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>> i was too, i admit. that's what i was. >> it's cool, guys. all of you that played the oboe, it's very cool. how about we start with a look at spring. i promised you this, it does look like spring in some places. look at arkansas, the flowers are blooming and, even though severe weather on the way, you have a mild day ahead. aside from the fire danger in parts of the plains, you have got that wind, midland will go to 84 today. amarillo will do the same. kansas city, 62, and rapid city, 61. it was a warm one in denver again. close to 70. very hot the end of the week in los angeles. we'll talk more about that. but for now we've got to get the select cities.
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>> good monday morning i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. best chance of scattered showers is this morning and it will be really warm as we head to the weekend. today, pretty close to average upper 50s to low 60s along the coast into san rafael and tonight, mostly cloudy with patchy fog and scattered showers across the north bay and upper 40s to low 50s. my seven-day forecast shows it is going to be warm especially >> i'm glad to see at least it's warm in some places, ginger. coming up next, on "good morning america," robert durst in court this morning. dozens of boxes of his papers and videotapes seized in a raid of his friend's house. what it could mean for his case. also ahead, look at this. the ski lift scare. hundreds of people panicking as
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their chair lift starts going backwards, and we're going to hear from one of the families trapped above the snow coming up. we're going to hear from one of the families trapped above the snow coming up.
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remember those showers we talked about friday? here they are sliding southward
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good morning, america. right now, extreme weather from coast to coast. snow falling in the midwest. severe storms forecast for the middle of the country and a heat wave out west. >> right now, millionaire robert durst will be in a new orleans court for a bond hearing. we're following that. >> and a major mechanical failure is being blamed for an accident on a maine ski slope sending a chair lift backwards injuring seven. good morning, america. we have a lot to get to this morning including science fiction becoming reality. >> this is incredible. look at this car. this is a self-driving car. there's a hand there on the steering wheel but that's not really doing much work. the car is doing it itself from california to new york. like, whoa. let us know where the car is right now, if you're driving in to work this morning.
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we're tracking it all here. >> looking forward to seeing more on that. but first, we turn to robert durst, the millionaire heir is in court this morning in new orleans for a bond hearing. his lawyers trying to free him so he can fight the murder charges in los angeles. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, amy. as his attorneys prepare to defend him investigators around the country are looking into cold cases to see if there is a possible connection to durst. this morning with robert durst battling charges in new orleans and los angeles investigators may have opened a new front. authorities over the weekend hauling out 60 boxes of durst's papers from this upstate new york home. the home's owner was a longtime friend of durst who kept his papers, including video depositions from his 2003 murder trial in galveston. durst had shared the material with the producers of the documentary "the jinx."
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>> not guilty. >> reporter: he was acquitted of killing his neighbor. even though he admitted to killing and dismembering. also another murder charge for the 2000 execution of his friend susan berman. he'll argue in court that the los angeles warrant is invalid. only filed to "coincide with the final episode of the hbo drama 'the jinx.'" you hear durst muttering off camera. >> killed them all, of course. >> reporter: but shockingly it's the charge of possession with a firearm with a controlled substance when durst was arrested nine days ago that could keep him locked up. >> the maximum he could receive for this depending on the number of pryors, would be a potential life sentence.
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>> even if the felonies were committed out of state? >> that's correct. >> reporter: the attorneys accused the da of grandstanding. >> i'm speculating but i think louisiana and their elected officials want a piece of the publicity pie. >> reporter: he suspects the d.a. will fight against granting durst bail. >> i don't think there's a chance robert durst will get bond or bail. there's probably no one in the country who is a greater flight risk than he is. >> reporter: the last time that robert durst was granted bail was just before his 2003 murder trial in texas. he skipped it. well, he went on the lam for 45 days. finally, the millionaire was busted in pennsylvania for shoplifting a chicken sandwich. he was arrested down the street nine days ago, authorities found a latex mask on him. $42,000. they say he was trying to flee the country. david. >> matt gutman, thanks to you. we're going to turn now to that scary scene on a ski slope. look at this.
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frightened riders jumping off. seven people injured and the resort now blaming a mechanical failure this morning and linzie janis with one of the families. >> reporter: watch the chaos on this maine ski slope after a chair lift carrying over 200 skiers suddenly stops in midair before swinging violently and reversing backward down the mountain. >> there was definitely panic. we heard people screaming. >> reporter: the lift rolling back 450 pete coming to a halt only when an attend dent applies an emergency brake. some jumping to the ground while others dangled as high as 40 feet up waiting for up to two hours to be rescued. >> you'll be okay. >> reporter: seven injured in the mayhem in one of the east coast's biggest ski resorts is calling a major mechanical failure. the lift experiencing what's known as rollback seen here in this training video.
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it occurs when there's a disconnect of the braking system which can result in backward momentum with speeds of to 20 miles an hour and has the potential of sending passengers flying 120 feet in the air. >> it was scary. i didn't know what was happening. >> reporter: greg was sitting next to his daughter julie when the rollback began. >> when the lift stopped we made the decision to jump out and not take the risk that it would continue to roll back. >> reporter: but mom, michelle who sat with two of their daughters decided it was too high. >> the scary part was looking down at the bottom and thinking, if the thing keeps going, then we're going to run into trouble. >> reporter: after 90 minutes of fearing the worst, the family reunited. >> we were fortunate that once it settled down and stopped, i think then everybody just raced to help. >> reporter: linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> i cannot imagine how frightening that was. let's turn to dan with "the speed feed."
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two cruises trending overnight. ted cruz and tom cruise. we know why ted cruz is, his presidential campaign. and tom cruise, a first look at the new "mission impossible" movie. the "rogue nation" trailer racking up more than 1.7 million views on youtube in less than a day featuring a lot of shirtlessness and high speed chases. what is really getting people talking this morning is that this stunt where cruise hangs off the side of a plane midair. he actually did this stunt himself. we have some shots of him getting strapped on to the side of the plane. there it is. he's getting strapped on the side of the plane. the movie by the way hits theaters this summer. you literally could not pay me enough to do that. there's a reason why he is tom cruise and why i wear ties and stay in cozy studios and read the headlines. back to you. >> all right, dan, i like shirtlessness. >> the 1.8 trillion hits. >> he caught me at that one.
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ginger, the weather. >> we had seen the water spout video from different perspectives but you have to see it. it's in brazil and that waterspout comes onshore and you can hear all the people. chaos ensuing. fortunately nobody was hurt. but you could see the beach chairs flying and that is not a place -- if you see some of the other videos, people are just standing and watching. i would not advise just because it's a waterspout and it forms differently than tornados. you got to get out of the way. we just said wow when we saw that this morning. we're also saying wow to this. the northern sierra about to get a storm. heavy rains coastal washington and northern california, also in oregon there. the temperatures in the 50s. and milder weather for chicago this morning waking up with a co >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. we will have sunshine and clouds that could drop a chance of a light sure or two this afternoon.
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upper 50s to low 60 at the coast and the rest of us are in the mid-to-upper 60s. the seven-day forecast shows the 70s and 80's >> all that weather brought to you by revlon. i can see your faces looking at the warmup. does that come here, too? not 75. >> june maybe? >> june. >> there you go, paula. coming up next, the contractor who says he was ambushed by a popular reality show now suing for fraud and defamation. >> and we saw her parents in the audience, "dancing with the stars'" rumer willis opening up about growing up with her famous parents and how they tried to keep things normal after the divorce. tried to keep things normal after the divorce. ♪
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back now with a california contractor outraged over a cable tv reality show saying he was entrapped into appearing on air and filing a lawsuit alleging fraud and defamation.
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abc's mary mara the story. >> you used to work over here. >> reporter: this morning a contractor building a case against spike tv, among others, after being ambushed on the show, "catch a contractor." jeff dillman suing the network producers, for fraud, false imprisonment and defamation saying the show caused damage to his reputation, adversely affected his personal health and well-being. the show hosted by comedian adam carolla says it aims to right renovations gone wrong by tracking down the contractor. >> don't stand there and [ bleep ] to me. >> reporter: dillman was featured in an episode that aired last march. the contractor was confronted after the homeowners claimed he left their home unsafe. >> we got to gut this job and start over from scratch. >> i'm not happy with a lot of the work, but i did not do the work myself. >> come back, get this job done right.
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>> but see, really the way this is going to go, you can either come back and do the job properly, return the money or we're going to help the family take you to court. >> reporter: dillman says he couldn't leave. there was a bodyguard posted at the door. while dillman acknowledged on the show some of the work he contracted out was shoddy, he claims in the lawsuit that he had no choice but to sign a release under extreme duress, agreeing to be on the show and finish the remodel. >> they set up what they call a sting which was a complete ruse. they had him finish the job and afterwards they used various clips and held up his picture and called him a crook and a criminal. >> reporter: now he's asking for damages in excess of $25,000. now, about those references to dillman being made to look like a criminal, he says he's never been awe rested for anything in his life. we reached out to the host, the homeowners and spike tv but no
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♪ i'm ridin' solo ♪ welcome back to "gma" on a monday morning. the driverless car on the move attempting a historic first going coast to coast from san francisco and heading to new york. abc's t.j. holmes is tracking its progress in the social square. >> this thing has already gone from san francisco to l.a. none of the people are driving. they're just there in case of emergency. what could go wrong with no human hands touching the wheel? well actually not much. and that's the point, taking the human error out of the driving equation. cruising the roads like tom and will -- >> how can i be of service? >> reporter: is no longer sci-fi fantasy.
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this morning self-driving cars are hitting the highway and making history. sunday, delphi automotive revving its autopilot suv and leaving the bay area for the big apple expecting to make the journey in about ten days all with no hands on the wheel while on major highways. >> this looks like any normal car. >> pretty much is. >> reporter: abc's aditi roy checked out the decked-out audi. >> it's making this turn perfect. pretty amazing. >> yeah. the car is set up to drive very conservatively to make us feel safe. >> reporter: complete with cameras, lasers and radars. teaching it how to navigate highways, twists and turns. even traffic. the future of driving, not just no hands but no human required. >> all right, this thing is actually programmed what it's going to do is only highway driving now. only highway. and it's prommed to go on and off ramps.
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so it's going to have to merge on its own with traffic. a little scary. >> taking the 405 to the -- >> i love how -- >> i mean -- >> no. they are -- they have to comply with laws just as long as you have somebody in the driver's seat. >> the reaction time for the car is better than human reaction. >> that's what they say. >> we'll see. >> allegedly. >> coming up here, it's "gma's" puppy party. it's national puppy day. we have team coverage next. >> puppies! \ ♪ there are 16 fresh-picked oranges squeezed into each bottle of tropicana
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♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. "scandal" star kerry washington making headlines. >> we have been pitted against each other and made to feel like there are limited feet at the table. >> what she said about quality and messages of hate trending big right now. silent killer. in the wake of a tragic death of a beloved abc news colleague, dr. ashton answering so many questions about sudden brain aneurysms. are there warning signs? ♪ bruce and demi's daughter opens up. >> if you want to judge me, i'm totally fine with that. >> rumer willis speaking out about her celebrity parents and being a child of divorce and what she really thinks of "dancing with the stars."
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♪ story of my life ♪ and the ultimate social success story. how youtube star michelle phan went from food stamps to a $100 million empire. she's revealing her secrets. ♪ >> and it's a giant "gma" puppy party this morning as we say -- >> woof, woof. >> the puppies missed their cue. guys, you were supposed to say good morning, america. >> that's when you take over the show. >> it is national puppy day. and take a look, our puppies are having a pretty good time with the disco lights. they're going to party in social square. >> one wants out of the party. this dance floor is not for me. >> lali is our disco chaperone in her dog vest and country star chase rice, he is all in our on "gma" puppy party. oh, there he is. with his little guy. >> awe. >> hello. we'll hear from chase in just a bit. >> you know what, we have got our own puppy here at the desk. they often say puppies look like
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their owners, or vice versa. i don't know what they mean by that. but your puppy has been making out with you. the whole commercial mraek. break. >> yeah. he's very frisky. >> thanks to the friends of freddy and middle island new york to help us out with camp bow wow as well. we're all holding our little puppies. we should mention they're all up for adoption right now. >> we also have a look at a family from new york, the two boys do not know it, but it is a huge day for them, their parents got preapproved to adopt from the north shore animal league and they have selected my little guy. the puppy crazy boys have no idea they're adding a new member to the family. hi, little buddy. awe. >> does the family know you come with the dog? because that dog has bonded with you. so adorable. what i want to know is how dan is going to read the headlines. with this puppy over here. >> jeffrey and i are going to do it together. are you ready for this, jeffrey? i'm going to give you to amy. is puppy disco a thing or something we made up? we're starting with breaking
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news. this morning the senator from texas ted cruz is now officially running for the republican presidential nomination, posting a video online saying the country needs a new generation of courageous conservatives. cruz is now the first member of any party to formally announce a presidential campaign. meanwhile, new questions about hillary clinton's use of private e-mail while she was secretary of state. "the new york times" saying that a review of hundreds of clinton's e-mails found clinton's top aids corresponded with her about state department business from their personal e-mail accounts. clinton has said she made it a practice at their government addresses. so the messages would be saved. a critical u.s. ally is now on the brink of a civil war. rebels have over taken yemen's city. isis and al qaeda are taking advantage to step up attacks. isis is also linked to a new threat against american troops. an online hit list directed at 100 service members. photos and addresses found
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online. the military is warning u.s. forces to limit personal information they share on social media. in florida now, a joyride on the water turned into a nightmare on the water. for two adults and two young boys. they were cruising around in an air boat hitting a stump leaving them stuck all night surrounded by alligators. as the sun rose, the boys made a makeshift flag allowing rescuers to spot them. there were a few scrapes and bruises but no major injuries. and medical news now could there be a pill some day for compassion and kindness? i think you just use puppies for that. but there's a new study which researchers gave people a pill that contained a brain chemical called dopamine or a placebo and then asked the volunteers to divide money between themselves and stranger. the dopamine subjects shared the money. that may not be a cure for meanness but the study shows that chemistry can shape our social interactions. and finally, amy loves to
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show us surveillance video of dumb crooks. but in this case, the crooks outsmarted everybody. this video is out of romania. check it out. a convict make as break for it over the prison wall. the guard then runs after him. but he forgets to close the gate. >> oh, no. >> bad move. as you'll see, another inmate sees his chance to get away. gone. police say they have captured one of the men. but the other guy is still on the run. no word yet on what's going to happen to that guard. >> send the puppy after him. >> yeah, send the puppy after him. on his trail. >> this puppy just wants -- here you go. >> have some water, puppy. >> is there water? >> yeah. i took the temperature. we're good. we're good. look at that. see, some people have coffee. >> awe. and "pop news" and weather coming up. amy you have got the social square right over there. >> right. david, now a look at what's ahead on the "gma" morning menu. silent killer. what you need to know about
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sudden brain aneurysms in the wake of the death of a beloved abc news colleague. plus, rumer willis opening up on growing up with bruce and demi as parents. and then social success story. the most watched woman on youtube sharing her secrets to becoming a multimillionaire and i know you're hearing them now. our disco puppies are getting rowdy and partying all morning long for national puppy day with country star chase rice there with his quiet little guy all coming up on "gma" right here in times square. >> yeah. >> hello. hi, buddy. ♪ >> "gma's" morning menu is brought to you by advil. the pain reliever built to be as fast as it is strong. ♪ s it is strong. ♪ waffles. ♪ what's that sound? did you leave your hairdryer running? no. something smells delicious. how could something smell delicious when the toaster's broken? i smell sausage, egg, cheese and... eggo?
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♪ ♪ i love the night life ♪ welcome back. those puppies love the morning life, don't they? and "gma" puppy party trending on twitter. so many of you sending pictures using that hashtag. we want you to keep them coming. tweet us your puppy photos. what says disco like puppies, right? >> yeah. >> what else is popping in the world? >> we'll have a little pup news, but first calling all gladiators, "scandal's" star kerry washington trending big all weekend giving a passionate speech at the 2015 glaad media awards held in l.a. saturday. sharing the importance of diversity in media. take a look.
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>> because having your story told as a woman, as a person of color, as a lesbian or a trans person or as any member of any disenfranchised community, is sadly often still a radical idea. there is so much power in storytelling and there is enormous power in inclusive storytelling. >> she looked stunning as well. the huge crowd at the beverly hilton giving her a standing ovation. the glaad media awards celebrates fair, accurate and inclusive representation of the lgbt community. and before we move on, i want you all to count to four. one, two, three, four. and we can do this as well. but could counting to four be the secret to making good decisions forever? a new book called "four seconds" by leadership coach peter bregman is making way. it's all about the so-called four-second rule, not to be confused with the five-second
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rule, but the four-second rule and how it could help you simplify and regain control of your life. he says that pausing and breathing for four seconds before making any major decisions will help you reign back your impulses and gather your thoughts allowing you to make the best decisions possible. but, kind of like four seconds happier, 4% happier. maybe a little meditation in there. >> i think it does tap into exactly what meditation does for you. >> i never said anything dumb in my life. actually all the time. but our next story, puppies are always a good idea. today is officially national puppy day and my voice is going up two octaves because i love puppies. celebrating all the love and happiness puppies bring to our lives. virgin america celebrating the fourth annual operation chihuahua. partnering with san francisco's animal care and control. they're pups in need of loving homes. apparently, there's an overpopulation of chihuahuas in california. don't know exactly why. it's a "pop news" investigation.
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but it's all about getting these dogs the homes they need. and here's something else to make you smile. a labrador that grins on command. take a look and laugh. >> smile for the camera. holly, smile for the camera. yeah. >> dan does the same thing. >> yes. >> ironically. smile for the camera, dan. >> i'm like a puppet on a string just for you paula, always. >> you know, listen the four-second rule does not work when it comes to puppies. you end up taking the puppies home. >> the puppy wants to talk into the mike. you want to say something? >> the heat index next. but first ginger has the check of the weather. >> good morning to you. what a crowd we have got out here on a chilly morning. you said you were from where? >> north dakota. >> and she informed me it is going to be warmer this week. i said very warm in north dakota later this week. but you know where it's not warm, not just here but back in chicago.
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look at lake shore drive slowing down a couple of inches of snow. i have seen a few tweets from people saying it is a mess out here. that is going to be moving through your morning drive and then going into indiana, ohio and disintegrate as it gets into the mountains in west virginia. from west to east, by the end of the week we'll be talking about record-breaking and heat wave for the southwest for places like los angeles. a mild 75 in burbank. let's get a check cl >> good monday morning i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. best chance of scattered showers is this morning and it will be really warm as we head to the weekend. today, pretty close to average upper 50s to low 60s along the coast into san rafael and tonight, mostly cloudy with patchy fog and scattered showers across the north bay and upper 40s to low 50s. my seven-day forecast shows it is going to be warm especially on
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>> debbie from texas has a little something to say. not just a baby here, right? >> we are having a boy. >> a boy on the way. yay. you're going to have a little brother. okay, let's get inside. >> congrats to her. first up this morning, a lot of people saw this headline over the weekend and began exploring more. what happened to a young mom. her name is lisa colagrossi a dear friend to us. the channel 7 eyewitness news reporter and anchor here in new york city who passed away friday. she was 49 years old and suffered a brain aneurysm. we want to look more into this with our senior editor, dr. ashton. >> for wabc's lisa colagrossi no story was too tough to tackle. >> how dangerous these downed trees can be. there is certainly more information coming out about the moments leading up to the crash. >> reporter: over 14 years colagrossi was a fixture on new york television. >> in lower manhattan, lisa colagrossi, channel 7, eyewitness news.
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>> reporter: and reporting on stories with passion and integrity. but on thursday, while on her way back to the station, the 49-year-old suddenly collapsed suffering a fatal rupture of a brain aneurysm. colagrossi is one of the estimated 30,000 people in the united states who have ruptured brain aneurysms every year. approximately 40% of cases are fatal and another 25% die within six months from complications. >> most people who have a brain aneurysm have no predisposing factors. it just sort of happens out of the blue. >> reporter: it occurs when the wall of a blood vessel becomes weak and balloons outward. if it ruptures, hemorrhage occurs spilling blood into the surrounding brain tissue which could be deadly. experts say, in rare cases people with large aneurysms may have symptoms, pain above the eye, vision changes or paralysis on one side of the face and, with a sudden hemorrhage will have a severe headache, vomiting and a loss of consciousness.
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>> and abc news senior medical contributor dr. ashton is with us. we should just mention to everyone at home that abc and wabc were connected uptown here and we would see lisa in the cafeteria and she was an incredible reporter and mom. what was stunning to us is that she's just 49 years old. are there any warning signs? it seems so sudden. >> that's the question i'm getting from so many people. the good news is is that most aneurysms in the brain don't rupture and even fewer give us symptoms. we heard about some of those symptoms in the piece but the other question i have been getting is, why don't we detect this? the reason for that is that in order to screen for an aneurysm in the brain, by the way, they can occur in any blood vessel in the body. we need to go through an mri or a special c.a.t. scan that involves injecting dye into the brain. these tests are expensive and relatively uncommon. >> are some people at higher risk than others? >> they are. there's a long list of risk factors starting with age.
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we know that cerebral aneurysms or those in the brain do increase with age starting as young as 30. gender is another one. slightly more common in women. versus men. race, more common in african-american people. if you have high blood pressure or if you have certain connective tissue disorders, smoking, trauma, there's a long list. again, it's relatively uncommon to rupture. >> you talk about high blood pressure and smoking. are there things you could do to reduce your risks? even if it is sort of -- >> we say control the things that you can control in medicine. you can't pick who your parents are. you can't pick if you have a genetic predisposition. but if you smoke, you can stop. if you have high blood pressure, you can control that. there's no magic bullet. when you talk about reducing the risk factors. >> as a doctor, what do you think when you have cases like this one? >> she was a colleague to all of us, it was tough for us in the abc family. my first reaction was actually as a mom. she has two young boys close in age to my children. this story hit home for me. because i lost my stepmother to
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a ruptured brain aneurysm in 2004. the only risk factor she had was being a woman and 63 years old. >> all right. we're going to get over to paula now and dr. ashton, you're taking questions on twitters. >> yes. >> over to you. >> we will continue to celebrate the life of lisa colagrossi. on our "gma" heat index. rumer willis is off to a hot start on "dancing with the stars." and now she's opening up about her famous parents, demi moore and bruce willis. abc's cam mathison has the story. >> reporter: tonight on "dancing with the stars'" rumer willis will be judged for her cha-cha but she says she's been judged her entire life. >> i have gone to the place where if you want to judge me i'm totally fine with that. if you don't like me just take five minutes to get to know me. >> reporter: the 26-year-old opening up in an interview with larry king saying she's grateful for the way her parents raised her and her sisters.
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>> growing up with having your whole life kind of be on display and before you learn how to kind of get a tough scanner to just have confidence in who you are without letting other people's opinions affect that, that can sometimes be really hard. >> reporter: rumer revealing that, even after the divorce 15 years ago, her parents tried to keep their family's routine intact. >> i never had to split up vacations or birthdays. they always made an effort to do all of the family events still together and made such an effort to still have our family be as one unit as opposed to two separate things. >> reporter: the actress credits her mom for teaching her to be strong. >> she's very strong. she always says live in whatever your integrity is and go out and present yourself how you want to present yourself and how you want people to see you. >> reporter: earning the highest score last week during the premiere. >> 32 out of 40! >> reporter: her proud parents beaming from the crowd.
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do you feel a bit of pressure? if you don't do a great job, look out. >> i definitely feel pressure. they have a lot of expectations probably for their daughter. ♪ let me give you my life ♪ ♪ take me to church ♪ >> i think you made him proud. >> okay, that's crazy. he's got a great presence and i could see where she gets her, you know, strength from. >> give it to you 100%. >> reporter: strength and self-confidence from both parents. who is your biggest competition? >> i don't feel like we have a whole lot of competition. >> reporter: you don't? >> i'm really confident. i feel like the heart that both of us have will put into each dance regardless of scores. i think to me what's most important. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cameron mathison, abc news, los angeles. >> always amazed at the transformations on the show and she will be taking the dance floor on "dancing with the stars" here on abc at 8:00. >> we will be watching.
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next up on our "gma" heat index, youtube sensation michelle phan has revolutionized the way we put on makeup and used youtube to create a $100 million empire. abc's rebecca jarvis is here with the secret behind her success. good morning, rebecca. >> it all started when she was turned down by her dream job. turning that barrier into an opportunity. michelle phan began blogging and posting how-to makeup videos and now millions of people are watching and learning from her. she's the most watched woman on youtube, the first to rake in more than a billion views. >> you want your cheeks to look very peachy. >> reporter: at just 27, michelle phan's how-to makeup videos have helped her earn $100 million. she shared her beauty secrets with "good morning america" two years ago. >> so, it's all about layering. you already have your day makeup
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on, this is easy. easy transition. >> reporter: but things didn't start out easy for michelle phan. where do you get your drive? >> i get it from my mother. she was an immigrant when she came here to america and didn't know how to speak english. had less than $20 in her pocket. >> reporter: growing up on food stamps ten years ago, michelle was waitressing struggling to make ends meet when she applied for a job at a makeup counter and was turned down. >> gently pat and blend the concealer under your eyes. >> reporter: how did you get them to go viral? >> i'm a huge believer in timing. it was good timing, good storytelling and also pushing the envelope. i was one of the first to really do this. and i'm constantly evolving my videos. >> reporter: those videos becoming so popular, l'oreal gave michelle her own makeup line. what was the first thing you bought when you became the big michelle phan? that everybody knows, the big youtube celebrity?
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>> i got an apartment for my family. >> reporter: now she can add author and founder of ipsy to those titles. her top three tips for youtube success, know your audience, build a community and stay true to your original vision. what do you think is the smartest thing you have done along the way? >> smartest thing, i don't know. i mean, staying in touch with my mom. you know, she keeps my feet grounded. >> stay in touch with your mom. well, michelle phan also says to remember that building an audience takes time especially if you want a loyal following. it could take up to two years. but most importantly, be authentic and be you, that's her advice. >> she started this with a computer from a community college. >> exactly. she was one of the first people out there blogging about makeup and that helped. >> she just works incredibly hard, that's a huge variable. >> she's traveling around the clock and became big on youtube. they're now approaching her. >> there are a lot of things we don't know. if you want seven things you didn't know about michelle phan you can head to our website. goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo. coming up, national puppy
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day. stay with us. yahoo. coming up, national puppy day. >> this week the secret some families are using to get rich on social. plus the bachelor's fiance whitney with not even one big secret he knows about on abc's "good morning america"
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noin. good morning. i'm kristen sze. . we have new video this morning of the collapse of the overlook where a hiker was killed over the weekend. the rocks gave way around 6:00 last night. two hikers standing on the arch rock fell 70 feet. one did. the other suffered critical injuries. right now a check on your morning commute. >> thank you so much. bart is now recovering from an earlier problem. there's a five to ten minute delay at san francisco stations in the sfo and millbrae correction directions. we're still left with very heavy back ups. in fact, you see this area shaded in green.
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. in case you didn't know it's national puppy day. we're celebrating with all six of our perfect pet partners. you can adopt a baby. we're live streaming it on our website as well. can you say hi? you're looking at kristen. let's talk about the weather. dublin plez580 towards livermore.
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that's where we have our best shower right now. we're still going to have a chance of showers until the afternoon ♪ shake it, shake it ♪ >> good morning, everyone. we are celebrating national puppy day. we have ginger hanging out with one special poodle inside. >> look at that. we have a big puppy disco party going on at this moment. all of these dogs coming to us from the pet rescue and friends of freddy. from middle island new york. they are all available for adoption right now. almost all of them. >> almost all of them because we are here with this family, mom and dad and sons. flchlt i -- nico and luca. boys, i heard you really like dogs. is that true? >> yes. >> yes, luca. how long have you been asking your parents for a puppy? >> for a long time.
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>> for like a million years? >> what do you say to your mom? you say your mom, please, please, please? do you beg? yeah? yeah, he does. we know it. well, guess what? we have a big surprise for you two boys. there's a reason why you're standing out here. ginger come on in. >> okay. >> you're not getting ginger zee. ginger, where are you? >> i'm right here. >> the suspense is killing us. >> your new puppy? >> your new puppy! >> awe. >> you can pet the puppy. >> did you think you were going to do that luca? >> look at that smile. >> look at little luca. >> we should point out to everyone at home that you went through the pre-adoption process.
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they knew you were the right family for this dog. how did you know this was the right puppy for you? >> well, i showed them the picture and he said that she looked like him. >> this little guy. a shot of his hair. >> she was the one. >> luca, have you thought of a name for the puppy? >> what you might want to call your puppy? >> fluff. >> fluff? >> yeah. >> we'll talk about that. >> he's shaking. >> do you think he looks like your little brother? >> you think it's the hair, right? >> i definitely think so. we want to remind everyone that the puppies on our show are available for adoption but also dogs of all ages desperately need homes, too. we want to thank north shore animal league for helping us out with this awesome surprise. you guys get to do potty training now. yay! >> thank you. >> i just had a puppy. >> amy just went through it. >> can we do this every day?
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their smiles are incredible. now to revolutionize the way we use computers and phones. apple cofounder steve jobs we're talking about. a new biography called becoming steve jobs tells of a much more complex and giving man and abc has the story this morning. >> to many, steve jobs was a modern day thomas edison. >> today apple is going to reinvent the phone. >> who could swing from brilliant to brash. but a new book says that was only half the story. what did you know about steve jobs that might surprise people most? >> what surprised me was how funny he was and pleasant. >> i was really surprised about the intensity of his close relationships. >> so close that when he needed a liver transplant in 2009 current apple ceo tim cook offered his but jobs declined. as for his reputation as a lone
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wolf, the authors say jobs was a fierce believer in the power of team work. >> you talk about how he used the beatles as an idea of how to run a company. what did you mean by that? >> it's that idea of brilliant people working together, making up for one another's weaknesses and emphasizing their strength. >> they say it was his team who got jobs to focus on digital music instead of video. >> this amazing little device holds 1,000 songs. >> and let outside developers in creating iphone software and giving birth to the app store. >> he could be brash and insufferable but he learned a lot after getting exiled from apple. when he came back he was a very different person. the young steve jobs could never have engineered the brilliant comeback that apple experienced over the last 15 years. >> brent spent 25 years covering jobs.
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this audio tape from a interview unusually personal. >> there's people that i have to take the job. it's harder now. much harder than before. because i look at everybody and i think of them as 5 years old. >> that perfectionist drive driven by his affinity for buddhism. >> if you're only going to live here once, you need to make the most of every moment and try to pick the thing where you can give the most back. he may have seemed like a jerk sometimes but what was driving it was this idealism. >> we'll see you all soon. >> without jobs apple is as strong as ever but his loss is felt every day. >> his presence is still palpable around apple. they may not be a steve but the spirit is steve is still there. >> for "good morning america" deborah roberts, abc news, new york. >> becoming steve job is available tomorrow. ginger we came back inside but that's crazy. that's the first week of spring?
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>> this is the first week of spring, yes. and my new friend is from where? >> florence, alabama. >> and she is just frozen here. but this is how we're doing spring break. how about we warm it up and go to florida where this morning it is stormy in central florida, treasure island. near tampa. along the bay there. you can see tampa, temperature will make it 78 there just south of the front. look at miami, almost 90. jacksonville, in the 60s for a high. that is the big picture. >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. we will have sunshine and clouds that could drop a chance of a light sure or two this afternoon. upper 50s to low 60 at the coast and the rest of us are in the mid-to-upper 60s. the seven-day forecast shows the 70s and 80's >> all that weather brought to you by cottonelle. should we give a puppy away. totally.
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they're coming back if we are. >> we're told it's the first monday of spring even though it doesn't feel like it. "gma" is going to yahoo your day with a fresh new look. yahoo beauty editor in chief bobbi brown here to show us how to update our winter makeup. for the new season. bobby, you're the perfect person to do it. >> yes. >> we have some models here. the first look is bright lips. we have -- which has been quintessential by the way. >> yes. >> we have seen the celebrities. we have kerry washington. emma stone. so we began with our model mc with her before look and you have applied -- there she is before. the bright lips and the nude face. let's turn mc around and see what you have done with her. >> yay. >> beautiful. >> she's wearing the nude face and she's got a little bit of blush on her cheek, a pop of blush and wearing an orange lipstick. she's actually wearing one of
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the new crayons because you could fill in your lip, you could line it, and it stays on. >> what do you look for when you're picking a product? this is a little scary. i'm always shy putting something on my face. >> not everyone likes a bright lip. if you look good in a bright lip, if you like pink or red or orange. that's ooh all you have to do. >> does this work for any age? >> any age. it should be flat, not shiny. >> very good. you look beautiful. mc. thank you. >> next up isn't this nice any season? luminous skin. don't we all want that look. >> especially now. >> like celebrities like julianne moore and lupita nyong'o and katie holmes. they have trademarked that look where you just say wow. >> when your skin is luminous, it's just the cheek. you don't want the forehead and the chin. >> that just looks shiny. we have marie, there she is. now let's turn her around and see her luminate.
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>> she's got a classic nude face. it looks beautiful. on her cheek she has a little bit of shimmery powder on. you can also use a cream version. it depends how dry your skin is. but you want color and shine. >> thank you so much marie. you look fantastic. next up, liner play. the dramatic eyes with just the right liner. there you see taylor swift. scarlett johansson all pulling off that look. >> right. >> this is one that's a little scary for people to try at home. >> yes. you want to be careful because you don't want to look silly and you want to be able to make it thick enough that you can see it. >> we have gabby before and you look amazing gabby. look at the difference. >> look how beautiful. we lined her eye with the gel liner and extended it at the end. pretty easy. smile please. thank you. you love it. you love it. >> she loves it. it looks fantastic. thank you bobbi brown as always for making us look fresh earn
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and ready to go for spring. coming up we have chef daniel blue who has the secret to making his frenchy burger. you don't want to miss it.
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[bell chime] ting and we are joined now by one of the most acclaimed culinary geniuses in america. that's right. daniel blue is here to make his
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famous dishes and your favorite meals are mine. this is very exciting. >> i share the same. >> we came hungry. let me ask you about vegas. it is a destination for foodies. how is that evolved? >> vegas is it for chefs and vegas is also where you can definitely and affordably eat well and entertain yourself well and sleep well there. >> amen. i love all of that. >> i slept really well when i got home. >> but eve -- i've eaten well. >> i'm doing burgers today. i love burgers. i have done many burgers and we always have great selections of dishes, sometimes very french, sometimes very american. >> this is called the frenchy burger. >> this is the frenchy burger. the frenchy burger is a burger who has a bit of french into its american sort of -- >> what makes it french?
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>> first i'm using a mobie cheese. on the top of the burger. it's a cheese made with milk on the bottom and then they put afternoon milk on top and age that cheese together. >> wow. >> it's a very interesting and delicious blue cheese. the burger is cooked. i have grilled the buns. i put a little bit of mustard in it. >> mustard. >> that's what makes it fresh right there. >> dijon mustard. >> dijon mustard. >> with that we put a little bit of tomato marmalade. >> tomato marmalade. >> with the burger here i have put a slice of pork belly but it's what we call veal. which is poached pork belly then the cheese. then a marmalade of onion. cooked very gently for quite a while. >> wow. >> then a little bit of -- >> that looks so good. >> my mouth is literally watering.
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>> and a little bit of arugula. >> on the top and bottom. >> yes. you have a burger there. >> thank you. >> the cover. with a little pick inside. >> i love that. >> at the restaurant i mean we have a fantastic restaurant -- you love that burger? >> my goodness. >> so good. >> just perfectly. >> this is so good. >> placed right between the venetian. it's open all day. when are we going to vegas? >> you name it, i'm in. >> but we're not going to get any sleep in vegas. >> apparently you can get these recipes and do it at your own home. if you want to be just like daniel blue. go to our website goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo. and if you're heading to las
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vegas -- >> you better go to the restaurant. >> that's right. he just said what i was going to say. >> coming up, we have country star chase rice performing live. don't go anywhere. >> "gma's" best burger secrets is brought to you by vegas. (scal): good day, m'lady! i am sir-can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam! see what spam can! do... at spam.com
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chase rice is one of the hottest new artists in country music. he co-wrote florida georgia's line smash hit "cruise" and topped the charts with "ignite the night" and he's going to sing. but first let's chat. >> let's talk. >> we have got a lot to talk about. "ignite the night" debuted at number one. >> yes, ma'am. thank you. >> how does that feel? >> it feels great for me. i've come a long way with this thing since playing small clubs in atlanta all the way up to having the number one album up to this coming week we're
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playing the georgia dome with kenny chesney. >> you're performing with one of your heros, kenny chesney, this week. >> we start with kenny in nashville and move across the country. for me, it's like i grew up with kenny fans. it's cool to be with him. for us in my town that was the show we were waiting on. >> now they're waiting on you. we want to get to why we're here today. chase rice singing his latest single. "gonna, wanna tonight." take it away. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ if you want to climb a ladder on a water tower ♪ ♪ then we'll kick it with the
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stars for a couple hours ♪ ♪ if you wanna then we're gonna get away ♪ ♪ if you wanna dip your toes where the water stops ♪ ♪ then we'll let our feet hang off the fishing dock ♪ ♪ if you wanna then we're going to have to give it a try, that's right ♪ ♪ if you wanna go out where, there ain't nobody around ♪ ♪ who let's your long hair get to fallin' down ♪ ♪ let your red lips leave a mark all over mine ♪ ♪ if you wanna then we're gonna girl, i hope you're gonna wanna tonight ♪ ♪ if you wanna, then we're gonna girl i hope you're gonna wanna all night ♪
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♪ if you wanna catch a buzz or ride until the morning ♪ ♪ let's get two cups ♪ ♪ i'll get to pouring ♪ ♪ it don't really matter if it's whiskey or wine, it's fine ♪ ♪ if you wanna go out where, there ain't nobody around ♪ ♪ let your long hair get to fallin' down ♪ ♪ let your red lips leave your mark all over mine ♪ ♪ let the night air with the radio ♪ ♪ put your hands where wherever they wanna go ♪ ♪ we're right there, girl, just close your eyes ♪ ♪ if you wanna then we're gonna girl, i hope you're gonna wanna tonight ♪ ♪ if you wanna, then we're gonna, girl, i hope you're gonna wanna all night ♪ ♪ gonna wanna get a little
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closer ♪ ♪ gonna wanna slide it on over ♪ ♪ gonna wanna, you're gonna wanna go out where there ain't nobody around ♪ ♪ let your long hair get to fallin' down ♪ ♪ let your red lips leave a mark all over mine ♪ ♪ with the night air with the radio ♪ ♪ put your hands where wherever they wanna go ♪ ♪ yeah, we're right there ♪ ♪ girl, just close your eyes ♪ ♪ if you wanna, then we're gonna, girl, i hope you're gonna wanna tonight ♪ ♪ if you wanna, then we're gonna, girl, i hope you're gonna wanna all night ♪ ♪ gonna wanna get a little closer ♪
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♪ gonna wanna slide it on over ♪ ♪ gonna wanna, you're gonna wanna tonight ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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just moments ago we got to help give mico and luca the surprise of their life.
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so happy they get to take this puppy home with them this morning. >> thanks to kids adopt a shelter for these puppies. they're here all morning long. luca, this just in. what did you name the puppy? >> ginger. >> i love that name. >> awe. >> i love the name. perfect name. >> they're not kidding. ginger the puppy. >> awe. >> make sure you watch david tonight on "world news." see everybody tomorrow. >> see you tomorrow. >> see you tomorrow. >> have a good day everybody. >> see you tomorrow. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i wear my clothes like this ♪ ♪ because i can, ♪ ♪ i wear my hair like this because i can, ♪ ♪ i walk around like this because i can, ♪ ♪ and i do my thing like this cause it's who i am ♪
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. good morning. it's clearing up outside. and we're smiling about it. good morning, mike. >> some of us don't need the umbrella right now, but there are still some sporadic showers sliding southeast. this is our best chance of any widespread precipitation in the next 48 hours. near 60s along the coast mid to upper 60s for the rest of us. here's my accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll have temperatures about two to four degrees warmer tomorrow. look at the 70s and thursday through saturday. >> out of hayward bumper to bumper there as you head across the water. we do have this accident in bore
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number one at tunnel road. >> thank you. now announcer: it's "live with kelly & michael!" today, from the new film "while we're young," ben stiller. and check out some of the hottest fashion trends for prom 2015. and all week long, we're giving away cash as we kick off our spring it on look back audience challenge. also, we have a big announcement to make that you won't want to miss. plus, e!'s marie menounos joins michael at the co-host desk. all next, on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] [cheers and applause] now, here are michael strahan and maria menounos. maroon five: ♪ just like animals, animals like animals maybe you think that you can hide i can smell your scent for miles just like animals, animals

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