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again! good morning, america. breaking overnight, raids across europe. the hunt for terror suspects. this takedown in brussels, officers opening fire. >> the single shot was sniper shot. >> what happened next? and new this morning, the terror charges facing this suspect as the terror group carries out a fresh attack. the deadly bombing at a soccer stadium. candidate combustion. the donald trump/ted cruz feud explodes. cruz denying a "national enquirer" report claiming political operatives are looking into rumors he had multiple marital infidelities. >> it is complete and utter lies. >> what trump is saying this morning. caught on camera.
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look at this. avalanche. the skier swept a thousand feet down this mountain. >> but it's certainly big enough to injure or kill somebody. >> the move he made taking on these dangerous snow slides that may have saved his life. and elite eight, the stage is set, notre dame's fantastic finish. >> notre dame. >> how their coach wound up injured, plus syracuse's come from behind victory. all the battles on the hardwood for the chance to go all the way. hey, good morning. as we come on the air this morning, police in europe say they have a new name and a new face into the investigation into the terror attacks in brussels. >> here he, faycal cheffou charged with terrorist murder. police are also looking for this man, naim al hamed. >> they're also trying to prevent future attacks and many fear more terrorism may be inevitable and recriminations
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are flying this morning against government officials for egregious intelligence failures. >> meantime, the u.s. has announced a major victory against isis on the group's home turf. the second in command has been killed. the pentagon says the military campaign against isis is gaining steam, and our coverage begins this morning with abc's alex marquardt who joins us from brussels. hi, alex. >> reporter: good morning, paula. that's right, the manhunt here widening this morning and more pieces of this puzzle now falling into place. just a short time ago the belgian federal prosecutor saying that they have a suspect in custody who has been charged with terrorist murder in connection with tuesday's deadly attacks. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> reporter: this morning the belgian federal prosecutor charging this man, faycal cheffou, for participating in tuesday's deadly attacks. cheffou seen here in this video he posted to youtube, the charges against him, terrorist murder and participation in a terrorist group. he was arrested thursday night in a car outside the prosecutor's office.
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the manhunt has focused on two suspect, the so-called third man in the hat with two suicide bombers and another man seen in available video bachelor the metro attack with the suicide bomber on the video and this man seen shot in a police raid has been charged with participation in a terrorist group. the bomb squad moving in, the man on the ground motionless, holding on to his bag while the bomb squad's robot approaches, snipers at the ready. >> he was sitting on the bus stop with his daughter, two shots, the second shot was sniper shot. >> reporter: this morning, authorities confirming they're hunting for this man, a syrian named naim al hamed. investigators believe he's very dangerous and possly armed. he's believed to have been involved in both the paris and brussels attacks. the two now clearly linked after it was revealed that the airport
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suicide bomber on the left is believed to be the bombmaker who made the explosives for paris where his dna was found in the aftermath. eyewitness video from inside the airport showing the full power of the explosives. fires ignited, debris everywhere. and the sound of screams. the man at the center of all this, salah abdeslam, the paris attacker who was arrested isn't helping. the prosecutor saying he agreed to speak the day after he was arrested but since the brussels attacks he has said nothing. paula. >> thamgs, alex. isis is threatening new attacks and on this holy easter weekend, europe will be on heightened alert. security will be tightened at places where large numbers are expected to gather and worship such as the vatican and abc's matt gutman is in rome for us this morning with more on the new threats and increased security. >> reporter: good morning, paula.
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we're told that 150,000 people are expected to pack in and around st. peter's square here and to meet them, an extra 3,000 security forces here in rome. now, there's 24-hour surveillance of sensitive sites like this one, the kind of beefed up security we're seeing across europe today. with isis threatening another wave of attacks this morning, europe is jittery. anti-terror roundups still unfolding in france and buss. patrols have been beefed number britain, and in rome, in the midst of holy week during a pilgrimage year, officials tell abc news 3,000 more officers have been deployed. at st. peter's square worshippers basked in prayer as the sun poured through its famous colonnade. others busying themselves with selfies as security forces strolled among the tourists. none of you guys is afraid. >> all: no. >> reporter: none of you are afraid. did any of your parents expression concerns about you coming here? >> no. >> yes. >> reporter: yes. but still using logic to fight fear. >> because i'm more likely to get in a car accident at home than i am to get bombed in
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europe. that's why. >> reporter: fair enough. also undaunted, the pope ending good friday under heavy security, a beacon all in white under that red canopy delivering a prayer at the way of the cross ceremony condemning the brussels terrorist attacks saying their perpetrators profane the name of god and would use the holy name to justify their unprecedented violence. just on the other side of the coliseum, the pope is speaking and in this crowd that is dense with thousands of worshippers and tourists, there's also a lot of security personnel, but what's evident here is that there is no way to prevent a repeat of last week's attacks. the crowds craning to listen, so dense it made tourists edgy. >> it's like people are mixing in with society so you have no idea who it is. it could be anyone here. >> reporr: and also getting the jitters, mariah carey canceling her concert in brussels scheduled for tomorrow and security experts tell us the key is not necessarily the
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police officers you see in the streets but the intell agents you don't see who can thwart an attack before it happens. dan. >> matt gutman, thank you. back home now where the republican race for the white house has become really a race to the bottom. ted cruz is now accusing donald trump of planting a very personal and potentially damaging story about him in a supermarket tabloid. with the candidates' wives at the center of an increasingly nasty fight, we get the latest now from abc's devon dwyer who is at the white house. devon, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. on one of the most solemn days of the year for christians, good friday, the republican front-runners descended into a battle over sleaze. >> it is a tabloid smear and it is a smear that has come from donald trump and his henchmen. >> reporter: this morning explosive allegations from senator ted cruz against donald trump. cruz accusing trump of planting a story in "the national enquirer," which claims political operatives are looking into rumors that cruz had multiple marital infidelities. >> it is complete and utter
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lies. he should not be surprised to see people calling him sleazy donald. >> reporter: trump denies having any part of in it, in a statement saying, "cruz's problem with "the national enquirer" is his and his alone and while they were right about o.j. simpson and john edwards and many others, i certainly hope they're not right about lyin' ted cruz." on the trail in wisconsin cruz and his family showed solidarity. >> do you want a cheeseburger? >> two cheeseburgers. >> reporter: sharing dinner before the cameras as a firestorm swirls. >> traditionally areas that have been utterly off-limits in the past are no longer off-limits. >> reporter: first it was this anti-trump super pac ad featuring trump's wife melania in the nude. trump then threatening to, quote, spill the beans on cruz's wife heidi. >> you know, in the last few days, donald trump has taken to attacking heidi. [ booing ] >> loser. >> look, i got to say -- that's well said.
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>> reporter: but the trump campaign insists heidi cruz's record on politics and on wall street is fair game. ted cruz is so incense d over all this, he suggested for the first time he may not support donald trump if he becomes the nominee, dan. >> yeah, i would imagine the democrats enjoying every moment of this ongoing spat, and speaking of the democrats, on the democratic side, we had a bit of a surprise guest turning up at a bernie sanders event. >> yeah, it brought sanders' portland, oregon, rally with 11,000 people to a standstill. a little bird lands on his podium. sanders said it was a sign of world peace. the crowd goes wild. the #birdisanders topping the charts on twitter. today democrats will caucus in washington state, alaska and hawaii. dan and paula. >> we'll see if that bird helps him at the polls. all right, devon dwyer, thank you. >> but was that bird carrying an olive branch? i don't know. >> hard to see. >> hard to see. that's in part two of the story. we want to move now to a
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skier's close call. it was all caught on camera. he may have triggered an avalanche and then found himself trying to survive and a split-second decision may have saved his life. here's abc's eva pilgrim. >> whoa! >> reporter: this is what it looks like to be caught in the middle of an avalanche. >> it's certainly big enough to injure or kill somebody. >> reporter: watch from this skier's gopro camera mounted on his helmet. you can see he is quickly swept down more than 1,000 vertical feet. how can a skier cause this kind of snow slide? parts of the rockies having its snowiest march in five years. spring sun plus multiple storms makes for unstable snow. all it takes is a trigger for it all to come crashing down. >> we often will see a spike or an increase in avalanches occurring during and immediately after big storm events and so going into this weekend is not -- is very similar. >> reporter: this season alone avalanches claimed four lives in colorado, and the experts say this could be one of the worst years for avalanche deaths in recent years.
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thankfully this skier was able to ride out the wall of snow behind him but not without repeatedly falling and picking up speed. the ice and debris completely obscure his helmet camera. listen as he violently bounces off of the ice before finally digging his skis into the powder feet first, and experts say that may be what saved his life. and just to be clear, the skier survived and is okay, but he is using this video as a warning and a reminder to others of what could happen because of the conditions right now. dan and paula. >> it's remarkable that he was able to trigger that avalanche. you say there's a science behind it. >> rob was explaining it to us. >> you can explain it to us a little bit later. >> too much snow at one time. >> let's check in with ron. i know you're tracking some of the other stories we're covering. good morning, ron. >> good morning to you, paula, dan. >> i like the glasses today. >> good morning to you. well, thank you. thank you very much. we begin with the pentagon
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announcing it has taken down isis' second in command saying u.s. forces on the ground in syria killed a top isis leader who had acted as the finance minister for the terror group. the terror group's campaign meanwhile,tying in iraq with a deadly suicide bombing at a soccer stadium in friday killing 41 people and injuring another 105. and a jetblue flight attendant accused of smuggling or trying to smuggle nearly 70 pounds of cocaine through los angeles airport will remain behind bars in new york city for at least the time being. a judge overturning an earlier ruling that would have let 31-year-old marsha reynolds out on $500,000 bail. reynolds is scheduled to appear in court in los angeles on april 7th. and a frightening landing for passengers on board a jetblue flight in the bahamas. the pilot having trouble with the landing gear slowing the plane down with its nose scraping the runway. here's what the plane looked like when it finally came to a stop. look at that. fire crews were ready and used
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foam to try to prevent a fire. all 97 passengers on that flight which originated in washington, d.c. were evacuated. no reports, thankfully, of any injuries. and a powerful home explosion in michigan blows a family right out of their house, five children and one adult were home when it happened. witnesses say some of the children ended up on the front lawn of that house. the family dog buddy is being credited with finding one of the children trapped beneath the debris. all of those in the house suffered only minor injuries. investigators think a propane leak may have caused that blast. >> unbelievable. >> yeah, very lucky there. the suburban boston home of former new england patriots star and convicted murderer aaron hernandez is now up for sale. the five-bedroom, six-bathroom house is on the market for $1.5 million. surveillance video taken inside that home was prosecution evidence at his murder trial last year. it shows him holding what appeared to be a gun less than ten minutes after the murder of a friend, the murder that he was convicted of. hernandez serving now a life sentence without parole.
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and finally, a surfer in australia got a little unexpected company while riding a wave. check this out. pro surfer soli bailey usually out watching out for sharks. look at that. >> whoa! >> no shark. that is a dolphin there. >> maybe two dolphins. >> showing up. possibly two dolphins. >> dan, we only see one. where is the second one in that photo? >> the third dolphin on the grassy knoll. >> yes, see, there's a dolphin behind him there in that water. >> that looked like a person. >> cavorting in front of him. >> can we rewind the tape again? okay. >> do not see a second dolphin there. >> let's get a telestrator out. that's cool. >> great use of the term grassy knoll, and i love the glasses. ron claiborne, love you for so many reasons. one of the most famous records by the rolling stones is called "it's only rock 'n' roll." but overnight in havana, it was much more than that. the rolling stones concert nothing short of historic. they even mixed in an element of democracy. and abc's lauren lyster has more. lauren. >> reporter: dan, this show capping off a momentous week starting with the arrival of president obama, the first u.s.
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president to visit in almost 90 years, and ending with the rolling stones in a free rock concert being called the biggest in the communist country's history. >> ladies and gentlemen, the rolling stones. ♪ woo hoo >> reporter: overnight music fans in cuba -- ♪ pleased to meet you >> reporter: -- pleased to meet some rock 'n' roll legends. ♪ hope you guess my name >> reporter: the rolling stones giving hundreds of thousands of fans a little satisfaction as they flocked from all over the world to havana for the historic concert. >> key west, florida. >> chicago. >> canada. ♪ i know it's only rock 'n' roll but i like it ♪ >> reporter: people waiting for days watching from rooftops and balconies to catch a glimpse of mick jagger and keith richards as they kicked off the gig with "jumpin' jack flash." ♪ jumpin' jack flash ♪ it's a gas gas gas >> reporter: the band bringing a little democracy along with them putting part of the playlist up for a vote, fans choosing all down the line as part of the
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16-song set. ♪ after the show the stones tweeting to their followers saying, "thank you, cuba, for an incredible, unforgettable show. it was wonderful to see all of you." ♪ yeah yeah yeah ♪ whoo ♪ just like a young girl should ♪ >> reporter: and in the communist government's heyday it frowned on u.s. and british bands in cuba. fans actually had to hide their rolling stones albums, now people dancing on rooftops at a concert few would have believed possible even a few years ago. dan and paula. >> i impressed they picked all down the line. that's kind of like a deep cut. the four choices were "she's so cold," "get off my cloud," "you got me rocking" and "all down the line." >> well, now you're getting into deep rolling stones trivia and that is totally out of my range. >> i am into deep rolling stones geekery. >> "exile main street." >> yes. "exile on main street," 1972. my man. >> you guys are geeking out. >> yes. >> my goodness.
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>> rob, you geek out over the weather. >> yeah, i do. and clearly dan harris can get no satisfaction. >> ooh. ♪ bum bum ba da dum >> not so satisfying storms. >> take a walk. >> okay, ron, so rude. i love him. about seven homes damaged here so that's not fun. they have winds gusting over 50 miles an hour. multiple storms rolling across central florida yesterday and looking at more storms. this is a picture out of orlando. look at that shelf cloud, the leading edge of the gust front that brought severe thunderstorms. the bravos playing their game that got eventually postponed. stationary boundary moving further to the north so i think most of the action right across the florida panhandle. we could see 2 to 3, maybe 4 inches over this area. so, some isolated areas of flash flooding, and we're going to see some severe weather across parts of the central plains as we go through time on your easter sunday. we'll be watching that carefully. that's the latest on the national outlo
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it is easter weekend, and more snow expected for the colorado rockies. higher avalanche danger but fresh powder and we'll talk more about that the next half hour. >> are you guys enjoying march madness? >> oh, god, it's amazing this year. >> dan? >> love it. let's talk about the rolling stones. >> i didn't get a lot of sleep last night. it was another wild night of march madness. hoop dreams are still alive for the elite eight teams that are still standing and tony reali pulling double duty. tony, i'm still trying to get over that notre dame finish.
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>> that was a good one last night, and march madness came in like a lion devouring your bracket poll with all those upsets, chomp, chomp, chomp, and now it's on the lam with the favorites. doesn't mean it's lacking any drama. >> notre dame is moving on to the elite eight. >> reporter: the stage is set. overnight, four more teams advancing to the elite eight. the fighting irish are still lucky, rallying down the stretch. stealing the game in the last 30 seconds knocking out the wisconsin badgers. >> the steal, jackson with the bucket. >> reporter: head coach mike brey limping to victory after pulling his calf in the second half. >> jumped up and i pulled a calf muscle. thank god it wasn't an achilles. i told the guys, i'm the first one taped on sunday. >> reporter: in chicago the clock striking midnight for the gonzaga bulldogs, their championship dream turning back into a pumpkin after losing in the final moments to syracuse. the orangemen rallying from a six-point deficit relying on their zone defense blocking this final shot to punch their ticket to the next round.
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>> syracuse is going to the elite eight. >> they played their hearts out and, you know, we had been the underdog every game, and they fought right through it. >> reporter: north carolina, 101 points, soaring past indiana in a battle of college basketball's most historic programs. >> and, oh, it's blocked by johnson. >> reporter: and the usual defensive-minded virginia cavaliers turning up the offense sending the iowa state cyclones spinning. but what happened to the upsets? for the first time since 2009 all number one seeds advance to the elite eight. >> it's amazing. i mean, this is all we work for all year long, and this is the furthest we've been, in the elite eight, so we're just extremely blessed to be in this position. >> we were just talking about the field here. there's upsets on one side of the field but not so much everywhere else. >> not really. >> it's the favorites. you can look. kansas and villanova tonight, that's going to be a good one, one versus a two and so is oklahoma and oregon, that's
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somebody with an "o" will win that game. i'm pretty confident about that one and on the other side, syracuse, 2% of brackets had the orangemen getting into the elite eight. >> and they were all syracuse alum, right? >> potentially. >> probably. >> aren't you glad you picked syracuse? >> i picked state. >> i told you to. >> i know. you did. i'm still holding that against you. >> i still think there will be some drama, maybe not some upsets, though. >> tony, always great to have you. we'll see you soon. >> all right, dan, we'll send it over to you. >> thank you, tony. coming up, the airline pilot busted for allegedly being a part-time pimp. the string of brothels he's accused of running in a major american city. plus, divorce drama. a rock star's daughter splits from her husband but doesn't want to split her late father's fortune. how frances bean cobain is trying to hold on to her inheritance. "good morning america" is brought to you by neutrogena rapid wrinkle repair. works on fine lines and even deep wrinkles in just one week. . ...another anti-wrinkle cream
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hey, welcome back to "gma." on a saturday morning, happening right now, investigators have a new name and a new picture of a suspect they're looking for in the paris and brussels attacks. more arrests overnight as the manhunt for suspects intensify. >> and a drone makes history. it's the first faa approved drone delivery of a package in a residential area with no human pilot, and it was all programmed. we are making strides. >> wave of the future. >> also, this is great to see, spring has sprung in the nation's capital. the national park service declaring that cherry blossoms are in full peak bloom. peak bloom lasts about ten days and i got to say i love this time of year. you can see the buds popping through on the trees and the flower bushes. it just reminds you what was dead is now coming alive, and that's as deep as i'm going to get.
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>> an easter sentiment. an easter sentiment from paula faris. also coming up, news about the daughter of the rock 'n' roll legend, kurt cobain, the late singer of nirvana. his daughter is splitting from her husband, and she's scrambling to keep her huge inheritance out of his hands. that story is coming up. but first here the pilot who police say was moonlighting as a pimp. >> bruce wayne wallis, an >> bruce wayne wallis, an esteemed and well-regarded united airlines pilot is facing charges of running a string of brothels in the houston area and abc's gio benitez joins us in studio for the story. good morning, gio. >> paula, dan, good morning to you. prosecutors call this a major arrest. a case involving dozens of people with more possible arrests on the way. allegedly at the very center of it all, a pilot with a secret side gig. this morning, an alleged high-flying criminal accused of running a massive string of brothels in houston. >> let's begin with mr. bruce wallis. >> reporter: united airlines pilot bruce wayne wallis taken into custody wednesday after allegedly acting as a pimp to at
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least 20 women charging them each $400 a week to use a room in one of the brothels. wallis and his alleged accomplice tracy tanner reportedly managed nearly a dozen brothel apartments in the houston area including one at this office building and here in this apartment complex that was once home to president george w. bush in the 1970s. all part of the crime according to assistant district attorney lester blizzard. >> i have never seen an organization quite as large as this one. >> reporter: court documents allege that authorities discovered $50,000 in cash at wallis' home and text messages between him and his employees, one saying, it's my job to keep you guys safe. 18 women were also taken into custody, court records showing that they advertised their services online and lured clients to the locations. >> we are now really trying to
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work our way up the organization and not just concentrating on the low-level people. >> reporter: wallis was a highly respected pilot recognized in 2013 with a prestigious airman's certification. united airlines telling abc news, we hold our employees to the highest standard. we are assisting the authorities and we have removed this employee from his flying duties. and wallis is charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution. he's currently free on bond and has not yet entered a plea, but he faces up to 20 years in prison. what a wild story. >> this fits firmly in the stranger than fiction category, gio, thank you. let's check the weather once again. back over to rob. >> talk about snow, we discussed avalanches in the first half hour. >> snow? >> yes, the white stuff. it falls on easter. >> in winter. not spring. >> in colorado they get it in springtime and they're getting it right now. this is fresh video overnight. colorado springs, the springs as they say, a few inches on the ground already with a few more coming and i think this will be further away from the areas that got really trampled by the blizzard earlier in the week but the mountains will get some
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fresh snow and they'll take it. you know, got some skiers out there. if you are going back country, just be careful, and do your due diligence out there. all right. that storm will get into the plains. they need the rain in kansas and oklahoma. no doubt about that with the largest fire in kansas' history burning there. this will help things, and then i think chicago on easter sunday late in the day, you'll probably see showers and some of those storms could be on the severe side. all right, as far as easter sunday goes, there is our pink jumping bunny rabbit. you got to have it. we're going to make good use out of that tomorrow. you can believe that. the northwest looks to be a little bit wet. southeast, break out your gore-tex easter bonnet and >> this weathercast is brought to you by bush's baked beans.
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band the eeries. ♪ love you >> reporter: at stake her father's reported $450 million estate. the late musician who committed suicide when she was just 20 months old still ranking among dead celebrities earning top dollar. in court papers obtained by abc news filed in l.a. county court, cobain cites irreconcilable differences and says she's open to paying her ex spousal support but asked that all premarital assets including cobain's inheritance be awarded to her as separate property. she is trying hard to make sure that her finances coming into the marriage stay out of these divorce proceedings. >> reporter: the two allegedly did not have a prenup. we reached out to both parties but no response. silva has yet to file a counter petition. >> the issue is did the estate gain any money during the marriage? if that's the case, then her
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husband, soon to be ex-husband, is going to argue that he is entitled to some of that money. 50/50. >> reporter: cobain whose often strained relationship with her famous mother has made headlines appears to have reconciled. the duo spotted monday at an event in london. the usually private cobain entered the spotlight last year executive producing an hbo documentary on her father called "kurt cobain: montage of heck" now making it very clear her estranged husband isn't entitled to a slice of his fortune. for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news, new york. >> you know, it's striking when you watch that just how similar her husband is to her father, soon-to-be ex-husband, both in his career choice and in his look. >> yeah, good observation there, dan. coming up on "good morning america," breakfast advice for your children. when more is better, straight ahead in our "weekend download."
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♪ ♪ welcome back, everyone, and in today's "weekend download" we are talking about breakfast. new studies from yale school of public health and the university of connecticut are pointing to something counterintuitive for our children. they say two breakfasts might be better than one and joining us now is dr. jen ashton. okay, so i read this. it seems a little contradictory. why would two be better than one? >> okay. well, not so fast in the counterintuitive category. remember, when we're talking about weight gain and energy balance, we're not just talking about the number of calories consumed in a day but also what type of food is being consumed and possibly when, how often, what frequency, so if you imagine a giant like lumberjack breakfast, if you split that up
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into three meals, you're still getting the same number of calories, so i wasn't so surprised when i heard this headline. it does need more research. this study was based on observation, not cause and effect. but, again, anything that we can do to intervene on the childhood overweight and obesity epidemic is a good thing. >> well, mornings from a mother's perspective are a nightmare. trying to get my kid to eat one breakfast let alone two, how is that going to happen? >> i think the most important thing, and i know this as a mom as you do, you have to know your kids and base your approach on their age group, what they like, your lifestyle and at the end of the day, it's about teaching them to listen to their own bodies in terms of food and hunger cues and, you know, a big issue that this kind of speaks to is that when our kids go to school, if they skip breakfast, their lunchtime might be allocated at 11:00 in the morning. they might not get another opportunity to eat until 4:00 in the afternoon. >> right.
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>> i eat every three hours during the day max. so, you know, if we put that on our kids, maybe we do need to change when they're eating. >> and real quick, it's all about healthy choices though. >> yes. >> we're not talking about two bowls of sugar cereal. >> no, so like a smoothie with fresh berries and low fat milk, an egg wrap. anything that's easy and nutritious, healthy fat and good protein. >> i haven't eaten in three hours and i'm very hungry right now. >> let's go eat. >> next time bring food. great advice. coming up, the dancing duo who combined trekking and the tango straight ahead with rachel in "pop news." we're right back, everyone. ♪ the lindt master chocolatier is stirring up our finest chocolate... and bringing back our dearest friend... the one and only lindt gold bunny. and when everything is just right... the magic begins. this year, make the magic of easter come alive. bring home the lindt gold bunny.
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i love it. okay, well, first up, guys, we start with a triumphant return for nick jonas. it took less than 24 hours for his new single "close" to rocket to the number one spot on the billboard and twitter trending 140. ♪ close ♪ ooh so close >> i get it so they're on chairs but the chairs separate. >> how are the chairs moving? >> i don't -- you know, i don't -- that's just some behind-the-scenes special effects magic. >> i think it's just the pull of their love. >> their emotions probably. >> how dan and i feel on a daily basis, right? back and forth. >> i'm waiting for the bucket of water a la "flashdance." >> that is one sexy music video. >> i like rob's cultural frame of reference right to "flashdance." >> oh, goodness gracious. >> oh, a little too pg-13 for a morning show. >> a little racy. but it was made with tove lo and she admitted she had to shake off a lot of nerves to work with
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nick jonas there, but the result, i'd say, was pretty well worth it. >> nice job, guys. "american idol" fans have something to sing about this morning. the show is in its last season and certainly set to go out on a high note with producers revealing that "idol" superstars kelly clarkson and carrie underwood are set to return to the stage for the grand finale. that is going to be a grand finale. season 5 runner-up and fan favorite katharine mcphee wowed audiences earlier this week singing "somewhere over the rainbow." ♪ somewhere over the rainbow >> gives me chills. >> angelic voice. >> yeah. >> there's actually a pot of gold, as well. >> there was a big tornado right after this song. >> rob. >> just so beautiful. i love it. so, that's coming to an end this week. crazy. next up two of our very own abc producers are going viral this morning after tangoing their way through south america. check it out. "gma's" alison kenworthy agreed to a trekking adventure through patagonia with her boyfriend michael koenigs but only if he
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agreed to take tango lessons. so the result is this video of the couple dancing through sand, snow and rocky terrains before finally tangoing in the streets of buenos ares. nice work, guys. >> if you actually know alison and michael, and i do, it's hysterical that she convinced him to do this. >> really? >> yes. >> i mean, the video is fantastic, and they just look like -- >> "dancing with the stars," guys. >> i know. watch out. watch out. >> very cool. very cool. >> good times. and finally here's one from the why didn't i think of that file? i mean, seriously, guys, it's a motorized papasan chair. the ultimate in reclining and riding. i used to have one of these in high school. i'm like this would have been genius. why bother leaving the couch for smacks when you can just take the couch to the store quite literally. michael kohl is the genius behind the ininvestigation and we caught up with him earlier about the ride. >> it happened when i got a good deal on a wheelchair on craigslist and made it happen.
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>> that is awesome. michael and his girlfriend kelsey thomas are now bona fide internet heroes after photos of them cruising around l.a. were bombarded with thousands of votes on reddit. that's so typical of him. >> i think he's an american hero. >> yeah, i agree. >> please. >> he's a great american hero. >> do not offend the real american heroes but that's genius, right? >> totally ingenious. >> is he selling them? >> i think he should. >> he has a business. >> totally. >> they're going to be racing those things, instead of easter egg hunts, they'll be racing them on santa monica boulevard. >> that defeats the purpose. the whole purpose is to be as lazy as popular. so why would you race? >> you want to invest, don't you? >> i would invest. i would be an early customer. i would promote it on twitter. that was, paula, i should say, a good observation. >> thank you. i'm a very observant individual. >> well played. >> i'm still smarting from her earlier comment. >> it was a great observation. thank you, dan. >> we'll take this fight off the air. we'll see you tomorrow right here on "gma." mwah. here on "gma." mwah.
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good morning, i'm chris nguyen, a candlelight vigil will be held for a firefighter, off duty when she was involved in a traffic accident near truckee on march 11th. she died two days later as a result of her injuries. kirsten had been with cal fire
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for a year. we're told it was her lifelong dream to become a career firefighter. the vigil will be held at 7:30 in los gatos. berkeley police were involved in a standoff near sacramento street. a man alone inside the home. when our crew was at the scene, there were at least 50 police officers on the street. they sent out an alert around 11:40 saying the 1500 block had been cleared. we're waiting to hear back from police about what caused the conflict. let's check on our bay area forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning. good visibility, view from mt. tam pretty nice. northerly winds allowing for more warmth today this afternoon. 50 in san jose and 52 in half moon bay and san francisco with cool numbers around morgan hill. another van teenage point for you, a beautiful looking day is on the way with 51 right now in fairfield and concord.
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highs today slightly warmer than yesterday. we'll look at 71 in palo alto and fremont as well as vallejo, cooler at the coast. low clouds and fog will arrive. 73 in morgan hill but a cooldown is on the way slightly for easter and more so for the early part of next week, even snow in the sierra nevada. we'll talk about that in just a few minutes. >> coming up, a shooting in an east bay neighborhood. police have just identified the suspect. we'll have the latest for you. plus, a brutal attack caught on camera. the video that police hope will catch the suspect who stabbed and killed a
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general mills is removing artificial flavors and colors from our cereals. so you can love cereal... again! it's saturday, march 26th good morning and thanks for joining us. let's start with a quick look of the weather. here's lisa argen, it's been pretty quiet this morning. >> it has, chris, you can see that reflected from the radar right now. the live sweep, cloud free conditions and no low clouds to speak of due to an offshore flow that will allow for northerly winds to warm us up once again to above average readings. the view from pier 15, the coolest spots in morgan hill, also concord and napa kind of cool. otherwise we're in the


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