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ask your doctor about premarin vaginal cream. good morning, america. breaking overnight, deadly terror attack. at least two gunmen storm a crowd you had mosque in canada during evening prayer, open fire on worshippers killing at least six people, injuring eight. >> there were a lot of shots going on. i couldn't count. >> the suspects now in custody. security is stepped up at mosques and houses of worship here at home. also overnight, outrage over president trump's order banning travelers from seven muslim majority countries. thousands of people coast to coast taking to the streets to protest. officers in riot gear clashing with crowds. police pepper spraying protesters in seattle. at the airports, chaos and confusion. people detained and families separated. the president defending his order saying it's not a muslim ban.
his counselor kellyanne conway joins us live. and big surprises at the screen actors guild awards, the cast of "hidden figures" scores a major victory. >> thank you. >> denzel washington pulls off an upset and the night overshadowed by the political battle. >> everyone in airports that belong in my america. we love you and we welcome you. >> the stars shine a spotlight on the president's action. >> actors are activists no matter what because we embody the worth and humanity of all people. >> as backlash grows this morning. and good morning, america. so much breaking news this monday morning including the fallout from president trump's travel ban that sparked protests all across the country all weekend coast to coast from los angeles to new york. >> in fact, take a look at the scene in washington, d.c. on sunday. thousands marching from the
white house to the capitol protesting president trump's crackdown. more protests expected today and we'll have the latest on that in a moment. first the breaking news overnight a deadly terror attack at a mosque in quebec, canada. at least two gunmen opening fire. now in custody. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross is here with the latest on all of that. good morning, brian. >> well, good morning, amy. authorities this morning say they do not yet know the motive of the terror attack on the mosque. but it came just after the canadian prime minister said canada would welcome all those fleeing persecution regardless of their faith. >> the attack came during evening prayers last night at the quebec city islamic cultural centre. witnesses described at least two or three gunmen dressed in black who stormed the crowded holy place. >> we saw three men walk in. they shouted allahu akbar and they opened fire. >> reporter: emergency response crews found a scene of carnage. >> madame. >> reporter: police say at least six were killed and eight wounded.
>> two people standing next to me praying were killed. there were a lot of shots going on. i couldn't count. >> reporter: one survivor told abc news the gunmen sounded as if they had come from quebec based on their local accents. police are still looking over piles of surveillance footage. this is a mosque with a security system that was put in place so they have that footage to go over. >> reporter: this morning authorities said they arrested two men including one who turned himself in. >> the suspect identified himself as being involved with the incident. >> reporter: it came one day after canadian prime minister justin trudeau reacted to the immigration ban announced by president trump. he wrote, to those fleeing persecution, terror and war, canadians will welcome you regardless of your faith. diversity is our strength. canada has admitted close to 40,000 refugees since trudeau took office in late 2015. many of them from war-torn
syria. this morning canadian officials say they stand behind the country's muslim population. >> we should not withdraw and become a close society because of such a terrible event. on the contrary we have to keep working together for an open, inclusive, peaceful society. that's the right response. >> reporter: no word so far this morning on what police are learning from the two men they've taken into custody. but this is not the first time that mosque has been the target of hate. over the summer the mosque president said someone left a bloodied pig's head at the front door of the mosque. >> we all know there is so much unrest here in this country. so how is security changing for mosques around the united states? >> in new york especially stepped up patrols at mosques and other cities, as well and overnight the mayor of new york said the muslims in new york city, we'll protect you. the nypd will protect you, amy. >> all right, brian, thank you. we move on to the chaos, confusion and anger growing in the wake of president trump's immigration ban. protests all across the country, reaction from around the world
after the president signed his executive order late friday. abc's cecilia vega has all the latest from the white house. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: and, george, good morning to you. that chaos and confusion is still going at this hour. the president is making good on a campaign promise with this one. he says this is not a muslim ban but so many of those protesters all around the country see it very differently. overnight outrage from coast to coast. in boston, thousands packing the streets. [ chanting ] >> reporter: officers in riot gear in portland, in seattle, police pepper spraying an angry crowd. from the shadow of the statue of liberty, to the gates of the white house, a weekend of protests over president trump's immigration crackdown. that order signed friday leading to instant chaos and confusion at airports at home and around the world. travelers not allowed to board flights bound for the u.s. some including children detained upon landing. others pulled off airplanes
before takeoff like this family in cairo. now returning to iraq fuad sharif had received a visa because he risked his life working for the government. >> i do note what to do because i sold my house. i quit my job. my wife quit her job and kids left school. >> reporter: the white house apparently now walking back part of that sweeping edict now saying green card holders permanent legal residents will not be barred from re-entering the country. but it does ban syrian refugees from entering the u.s. indefinitely. it puts a 120-day stop on all other refugees and it also issues a 90-day ban on nearly all travelers from seven predominantly muslim countries, iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen. the order grants some exceptions giving priority to refugees from religious minorities like christians living in those majority muslim countries.
emergency court rulings blocking parts of the ban preventing authorities from deporting some travelers. outside airports, tears. this mother in virginia reunited with her 5-year-old son. the president defending the order. >> it's not a muslim ban. you see it at the airports. you see it all over. it's working out very nicely. >> reporter: amid the chaos issuing a statement saying, this is not about religion. this is about terror and keeping our country safe. there are over 40 different countries worldwide that are majority muslim that are not affected by this order. and lawyers worked all night to release these detainees and we have just learned from a department of homeland security official that there are now no longer any people being held at airports. amy, that information just coming in to us. >> all right, cecilia, thank you. president trump facing political fallout on both sides of the aisle for his crackdown. members of his own party criticizing that decision. our chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz joins us now with the latest on all of that. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the reaction here at home and
around the world was swift, strong and at times emotional. overnight, the white house digging in its heels after a weekend of criticism following president trump's executive order. >> it's big stuff. >> reporter: banning entry into the u.s. from seven majority muslim countries, republican senators john mccain and lindsey graham writing in a joint statement, it is clear from the confusion at our airports across the nation that president trump's executive order was not properly vetted. ultimately we fear this executive order will become a self-inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism. president trump firing back on twitter. john mccain and lindsey graham should focus their energies on isis, illegal immigration and border security instead of always looking to start world war iii. republican john kasich, another former presidential candidate,
also chiming in telling "the washington post," the executive order was ham-handed and that trump was ill-served by his staff but those across the aisle offering a harsher opinion. >> this executive order was mean-spirited and un-american, and it will only serve to embolden and inspire those around the globe who will do us harm. >> reporter: and across the ocean british prime minister theresa may's office saying we do not agree with this kind of approach, and it is not one we will be taking. and in germany, leader angela merkel reportedly reminding president trump in a weekend call that the international community is required to take in war refugees on humanitarian grounds. and later today, democrat leaders including nancy pelosi and chuck schumer will hold an
event outside the supreme court calling on president trump to reverse, quote, his recent hateful anti-refugee and anti-immigrant executive orders, amy. >> martha, there are reports this morning that even the heads of homeland security and the defense department secretaries kelly and mattis did not have a heads-up about this order. >> reporter: sources told our homeland security reporter that senior level officials at dhs did not have meaningful warning of the details and defense secretary mattis who would not have a role in implementing the executive order was there for the signing of the executive order, but we're told he knew few of the details but he will certainly have to deal with the fallout and this morning, amy, the iraqi parliament has approved reciprocity measures after trump's travel ban to apply for americans entering iraq. >> we appreciate that. thank you. >> a lot to talk about with the president's counselor kellyanne conway. thanks for joining us.
you heard martha's piece. criticism coming in from the chair republican saying this should have been better coordinated. we have to do it in a way not to undermine our nation's credibility and mr. corker also saying this was poorly implemented. revisions must be made so are revisions coming? >> well, the president made very clear last night, george, what this does and what it does not do and let's really focus on that because i see all these protesters. i think if you actually surveyed them, they would probably get the facts wrong. they're being misinformed. this is seven countries, these countries were identified by president obama. president trump is merely following president obama's lead on state-sponsored terrorist countries where they have a history of training and exporting, harboring terrorists. >> let me stop you right there. president obama did not institute an order banning travel from these seven countries. also, your executive order, the president's executive order referencing 9/11 several times.
two points. none of the deadly terror attacks in this country since 9/11 have been carried out by anyone from those seven countries. point number two, 18 of the 199/11 attackers came from egypt, saudi arabia, the united arab emirates. there is no ban from that country, those countries also happen to be countries where president trump has significant business interests. so why weren't those countries included? >> two points in return in response, george. one is that these -- president obama certainly had a ban on the iraqi refugee program for six months which is double the time that's contemplated under president trump's executive order. his is 90 days or three months, president obama had it for six months suspending -- banning the iraqi refugee program. why did people not protest that? i have an idea. it was never covered in the press. if you ask people protesting outside airports what is different here from the iraqi
ban in 2011 put forth by their hero, president obama they wouldn't know what you were talking about because it was never covered let alone protested. imagine -- and to the second point since you asked me two points i'll answer it. people need to be remind what this is about and 9/11 is the example that is still most raw, most fresh to many people about what a president's first responsibility is to keep the people of this country safe. this is temporary. it is narrowly prescribed as your own reporting just said, george, there is not a single person still being detained apparently. that's abc news' reporting. the 170 legal permanent residents who requested waivers yesterday got each of them. 170 requested. 170 granted. so, people are protesting things -- imagine if they put these tearful senators with bull horn, imagine if they had protested outside v.a. hospitals when our veterans were dying waiting for care. imagine if they cared about the homeless they walk by every single day in new york and washington. where is the protest on that? >> kellyanne, on your first point and i want to move on from that, when you talk about iraq,
that temporary ban was put in for increased vetting after two iraqi nationals were identified as possibly being involved with making ieds in iraq and there was actual substantial coverage at the time but i do want to move on because the president had responded to senators mccain and graham last night as well saying they should focus their energies on isis, illegal immigration and border security instead of always looking to start world war iii. how are senators mccain and graham looking to start world war iii? >> the first part is instructive and operative, george. we have a lot to do and want republican senators both of whom pursued the presidency themselves, we want them to be there for this president to support him. especially when he is trying to keep our people safe. and he's basically saying to people, you know, you protested my nomination, you protested my candidacy. you protested my election. you protested my inauguration. you protested the day after and protesting the executive order, you're protesting, how about this cooperation and collaboration, this, quote,
bipartisanship we're always talking about? >> kellyanne, those are republican -- >> the only one doing that is president trump. >> those are republican senators, john mccain and lindsey graham and the president said they are looking to start world war iii. >> he's wondering out loud why they don't invest their energies into the real problems we have that by the way existed for all the years and decades these folks have been in the house and senate. i mean, donald trump has been on the job for, what, eight, nine, ten days. barack obama was here for eight years. the extraordinary accomplishments in just the first week truly are breathtaking. today he'll -- today or tomorrow or this week he'll appoint his -- talk about who he's nominating to the supreme court and meet with small business leaders and sign additional executive orders and we'd like both democratic and republican snort -- senators to look at this particular executive order that's temporary and narrowly prescribed provides and reply accordingly. not what they think it provides.
they can call the white house and come and visit and get a full briefing if they like but people in this town like to react first and think second. >> kellyanne -- >> that's not the way businessmen do their work. >> it's a yes or no question. does the president believe those two senators are looking to start world war iii? >> you can read his tweet. but read the full tweet. don't cherry-pick the way the media like to do, george. no reducktive cure rating reporting in my view is helpful to the american people to once stand. here's a list of things i can use your help instead of looking for an argument always getting in the way of this republican president. we want to work with all the senators regardless of their political affiliation but it has to go both ways. he's been open to working with people. we had democratic senators in last week meeting with him talking about a range of issues. he's been to capitol hill. vice president pence has been to capitol hill. we're being collaborative and open and would like the same in return and like the facts out there so people don't turn to violence and aren't misinformed about what this order provides
and what it does not provide more importantly. >> kellyanne conway, thanks very much. >> thank you. as we've been reporting several federal lawsuits have been filed in multiple states challenging the president's travel ban so let's bring in dan abrams. dan, tell us where this executive order stands right now as far as the courts are concerned. >> all that's been issued are called stays around the country from federal district court judges who are basically saying, you can't implement parts of it which suggest, for example, that people who have valid paperwork who were in the air or then held in detention centers have to be released, have to be allowed in the country for now but a stay is just temporary. it is not a ruling on the ultimate merits of the case and that's going to come later. there will be all sorts of challenges, but keep in mind, the president has enormous discretion when it comes to immigration so these cases are not going to be easy. >> all right, dan, i know you'll be keeping your eye on it, thank you. i want to bring in jon karl our chief white house
correspondent and jon it appears the president may name a supreme court nominee today. >> reporter: i'm told it could come as soon as this afternoon if not tomorrow. i am told it is down to two names on the very short list, the first and the one i would call the clear front-runner is judge neal gorsuch of the 10th circuit court of appeal, he is somebody who is 49 years old, was confirmed unanimously when bush appointed him to that role back in 2006 and has been known or called scalia 2.0. not only is he conservative like former justice scalia but has that kind of flair with his writing style. the other one on the list i am told is dr. thomas hardiman of the 3rd circuit court of appeal, 51 years old, somebody who serves with president trump's sister, judge maryanne barry -- trump barry. by the way, i'm told the president's sister likes hardiman. >> that could be important. jon karl, thanks very much. saw some snow at the white house. ginger has a look. >> a lot of snow in cleveland, ohio.
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flights to be canceled last night. reservation screens were down until at least midnight eastern time preventing travelers from getting information about their flight statuses. guess what, super bowl week kicking off today with a bunch of festivities leading up to sunday's showdown between the atlanta falcons, go falcons, and new england patriots. this morning patriots owner robert kraft speaking out. jesse, you have a lot more. >> robert kraft is talking about deflategate, talking about roger goodell and out of the australian open is champion roger federer hinting at retirement? that's all going to be coming up on our big board. but we'll start out with backlash over president trump's immigration crackdown. just about every winner at the s.a.g. awards last night spoke out about the president and stars of silicon valley are taking a stand as well and linsey davis has details. >> reporter: good morning. it was like a black-tie protest. a lot of upsets at last night's awards. this morning what many are talking about is just about all of the early winners went off script and took their time in
the spotlight to slam the president's new immigration ban. >> a lot of people are saying right now that actors shouldn't express their opinions when it comes to politics but the truth is actors are activists no matter what because we embody the worth and humanity of all people. >> reporter: from the opening moment the stars were not afraid to bring politics center stage to the screen actors guild awards. >> everyone in airports that belong in my america. you are a part of the fabric of who we are and we love you and we welcome you. >> reporter: julia louis-dreyfus won the night's first prize, accepted her award with a joke. >> i look out on the million or probably even a million and a half people in this room and i say this award is legitimate and i won. >> reporter: then she took a serious turn. >> i am the daughter of an immigrant. my father fled religious
persecution in nazi occupied france and i'm an american patriot and i love this country and because i love this country, i am horrified by its blemishes. >> reporter: star after star from supporting male actor winner mahershala ali who talked about his personal journey converting to islam nearly 20 years ago. >> my mother is an ordained minister. i'm a muslim. she didn't do backflips when i called her to tell her i converted 17 years ago but i tell you now, we put things to the side and i was able to -- i'm able to see her. she's able to see me. we love each other. the love has grown and that stuff is minutia, not that important. >> reporter: to the "stranger things" cast. >> as we act in the continuing narrative of "stranger things," we 1983 midwesterners will repel bullies. we will shelter freaks and outcasts, those who have no homes.
>> reporter: some even letting their film stories do the talking for them. taraji p. henson on stage for her film "hidden figures." >> this story is of unity. this story is about what happens when we put our differences aside. >> yes. >> and we come together as a human race. we win. love wins every time. >> reporter: and adding to all the drama the filmmaker nominated for best foreign language film is from iran. yesterday he said he would boycott the oscars even if she was allowed to travel for them. george. >> linsey, let's go back to jon karl at the white house right now and, jon, we saw a few weeks back the president-elect lashing out at meryl streep after she took him on at the previous awards show. nothing yet from the president on this. is there some sense at the white house they can turn this to their advantage? >> reporter: we haven't heard from the president directly on twitter or anything else on this, but this white house does not mind being attacked by
hollywood at big glitzy award shows like that. they think that kind of reinforces their message that they stand for real america, what they would call real america, the heartland but, george, i think more significant than getting attacked by hollywood celebrities is the criticism that's come from the business world. this could sting much more. one particular that stands out the ceo of uber who is actually on the president's economic advisory council came out with a very strong statement saying that this immigration executive order is against everything uber stands for. i think that could sting a lot more. >> you saw a chorus of criticism coming from silicon valley as well, the ceos of apple, google and microsoft and facebook, and these are executives the president was trying to court. >> reporter: absolutely trying to court very directly and he has said very clear he wants to be, you know, the world's greatest jobs president. if this looks like something that could have a backlash that could hurt his economic plans, could result in a backlash from the very ceos he is reaching out
to that could weigh more heavily. also some of the criticism that's come from republicans. you mentioned earlier john mccain and lindsey graham. criticism not necessarily of -- with the substance of the order but with the ham-handed way they see it that it's been implemented. >> jon karl, thanks very much. coming up in just two minutes, former "o.c." star speaking out after she was caught looking distressed. we'll tell you what she said happened and a warning to all women. the flu reaching epidemic levels. is there still time to get the flu shot? dr. besser is here with those answers. with those answers. f a diamond. now, kay jewelers brings you...the newest c: chocolate. levian chocolate diamonds. only levian, masters of jewelry design for centuries... ...makes jewelry with rare chocolate diamonds. save up to 20% on select levian styles, with dazzling designs that she's sure to love. at kay, the number-one jewelry store in america.
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out after police were reportedly called to her apartment. those photos showing her half dressed and behaving very strangely outside her los angeles home just hours after celebrating her birthday. now the star who shot to stardom in 2003 has a warning for women everywhere. she was the "o.c.'s" it girl as 16-year-old marisa cooper. mischa barton was the envy of teenagers everywhere, but these images obtained by tmz last week paint a different picture. she can be seen hanging over her fence in hollywood wearing just a dress shirt and tie. witnesses saying she was rambling about her mom being a witch and the world shattering. this morning, the former teen queen speaking out about that incident for the first time saying, the reason for her behavior in this photo was she was drugged at her own birthday party after someone slipped the date rape drug ghb into her drink. barton telling "people" magazine
in a statement, while having drinks, i realized my behavior was becoming erratic and continued to intensify over the next several hours. i voluntarily went to get professional help and i was informed by their staff that i had been given ghb. barton who currently hosts the esquire network show "joyride." >> i like to get around. >> reporter: has struggled in the past opening up to "people" magazine about a full-on breakdown in 2009 that landed her in a psych ward saying, quote, i was just overworked and depressed. describing that exhaustion during season 22 on "dancing with the stars." >> i just felt like i was in a machine and i couldn't really get off, so it was time to like step back. >> reporter: but drama followed her onto the dance floor. >> i can't do another week of this. >> okay. >> he's not getting it and it's horrible for me. >> reporter: low scores sending her home during the second week of elimination. now, barton is offering a word of caution telling people, this
is a lesson to all young women out there, be aware of your surroundings. very important words of wisdom there. barton is home from the hospital after an overnight stay and says she is doing well. we reached out to the actress and the police for comment but did not get a reply. good to know she's home, healing, doing better. >> thank you so much, mara. okay, coming up on our big board we'll tell you what billionaire elon musk is planning to get out of that l.a. traffic. plus, we have what the owner of the patriots is now saying about tom brady, the deflategate scandal speaking out for the first time and that comes just before the super bowl. super bowl.
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problems like traffic and most of us while we might be frustrated by it we might even tweet about it as he did in december that traffic was driving him nuts, very few of us would take the action that he says he is taking so he tweets back in december, traffic is driving me nuts. i'm going to build a tunnel boring machine and just start digging. guess what, over the weekend he tweeted that the tunnel is under way. he said we're beginning digging -- >> he's not serious. >> somebody even on twitter asked him about this. he said exciting progress on the tunnel front. plan to start digging in a month or so. this person tweets him, so, you were serious like seriously serious? >> he tweets back, yup. >> okay. >> so i love this more down to earth project. what kind of obstacles will he face if he is actually going to do this? >> this is a huge project. a huge undertaking. it costs millions just to dig one mile underground. there are also permits, believe it or not. >> digging rights if it's not your land. >> it's actually his land. he's starting it right outside
of his building outside of the spacex building on crenshaw to l.a.x. but there's still permitting issues and still have to get a permit even if it's your land. >> this is a personal tunnel. >> well, for the moment, george. he might -- it might be available to some of us. we just have to wait and see. >> okay. >> we'll be watching. all right, rebecca, thank you. coming up next we have that health alert about the flu. officially reaching epidemic levels. the virus sending thousands to hospitals. the number of deaths increasing and dr. besser is going to join us now. dr. besser, how concerned should we be about this year's flu season given those numbers? >> yeah, i mean we've been talking about the flu on "gma" for the past few weeks but now the cdc says it's hit epidemic levels. that means that flu and pneumonia account for at least 7.3% of all deaths in the country. and we can expect that to continue probably for the next couple months. but look at this map. you'll see the states that are affected at high levels right now, new york city and ten states have high levels of flu. before this is over every state will have been affected.
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they were fined a million dollars, lost a first round draft pick, tom brady suspended games, in an interview he said he's not sure if his relationship can ever be the same. he says like his quarterback tom brady, he's going to try to compartmentalize everything and try to focus on the future, remain positive but he does admit as a native new englander that's probably easier said than done. >> can't they talk it out? >> i don't think so. there could be an interesting moment in the patriots win the super bowl, roger goodell will have to hand that trophy to robert kraft. could be a very bitter moment for one, sweet moment for another. >> i like how you put that. tom brady, the oldest guy in the super bowl, let's stick with that age theme because move on to tennis. we have serena williams and roger federer just took grand slam wins open despite their ages and now there is word that federer might retire. >> hinting maybe at retirement during his acceptance speech at the australian open. we're not sure -- we don't know for sure. what we do know is this, he's 35 and had to wait five years to win his 18th major.
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good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning. 7:56. i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. mike nicco has a look at your day ahead. >> we'll start with our coolest temperature, 33 in santa rosa, to 48 in san francisco. more 3450ik ro climates this morning than in the afternoon hours. 60 in richmond to 67 in san jose. spare the air day, no burning wood up until midnight. the rain rolls in wednesday night and lasts through friday. alexis? >> good morning, mike. we don't have any major blocking issues right now but plenty of slow spots including southbound 680. westbound 80 highway 4 to the maze, 49 minutes. across the bay bridge, southbound 101 you're also in the red. thank you, coming up behind the scenes with all the stars at last night's s.a.g. awards in l.a.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. break overnight deadly terror attack. >> there were a lot of shots going on. i couldn't count. >> at least two gunmen dressed in black storm a crowded mosque in canada firing into a group of worshippers. at least six killed, eight injured. two suspects now in custody. investigators race to find a motive and security levels have been raised at mosques and houses of worship here in the u.s. ♪ surprise twist. the road to oscar goes into orbit with a huge win for "hidden figures." >> the shoulders of the women that we stand on are three american heroes. >> our backstage interviews with the big winners from emma stone to denzel washington. >> it was a shock. it really was a shock. my wife screamed in my here. >> "la la land" emma revealing her mother's message to her right after she got offstage. ♪ it's time to trick your
sweet tooth. and kick out the cookies. >> oh, cookies. >> the new ways to transform your daily diet and curb the sugar cravings right here this morning. ♪ talk to me all that and -- >> will you accept this rose. >> what's got the bachelor cozying up to priyanka? she's here with blair underwood live and everything is coming up roses. and they're here to say -- >> both: good morning, america. >> good morning, america. happy monday to everyone. welcome to our crowd. welcome to "quantico" stars priyanka chopra, blair underwood, we'll talk to them in a little bit. >> then also this morning we are satisfying your sweet tooth in a healthy way. our audience is now trying different approaches. see them there. >> a lollipop or a dessert tea. yes, i saw a red velvet version. we'll check back with everyone
in 15 minutes to see which one worked best. which one left you the most satisfied. >> i'll look feared orward to t. anything that helps. you know what else helps? puppies. as we count down to the super bowl we are kicking off our pawdoption bowl. this is -- remember we did the big pawdoption. we got 5,000 dogs adopted. now it's our pawdoption bowl with the help of nfl stars and puppies, we'll tell you how to get in the game, people. >> little rascal. first the morning rundown from paula faris. >> it is a busy monday morning. good morning, everyone. the big story, security is being tightened at mosques here in the u.s. after a mass shooting at a shooting in quebec city. at least six people were killed. witnesses say the gunmen stormed in during evening prayers and shouted god is great in arabic, two suspects are in custody. canada's prime minister releasing a statement saying,
quote, we condemn this terrorist attack on muslims, religious tolerance is a value that we as canadians hold dear. and in politics more protests are expected today amid the fallout from president trump's executive order on immigration. thousands protested into the night. the president says this order is not about religion but it's about keeping the u.s. safe. abc's cecilia vega is at the white house for us this morning. hi, cecilia. >> reporter: paula, good morning to you. a u.s. homeland security official now tells us there are no detainees being held at american airports. this morning the white house is defending the president's order that temporarily blocks immigrants from seven predominantly muslim countries and indefinitely bars refugees from syria but the administration is apparently walking back part of this sweeping edict now saying that green card holders, permanent legal residents will not be barred from re-entering the country. that order is causing massive chaos and confusion at airports at home and around the world. people pulled off flights.
some not allowed to board. others detained upon landing. backlash is swift and some lashing out. senators john mccain and lindsey graham said it may help do more for it than -- kellyanne conway spoke to george and said this is not a muslim ban. >> people need to be reminded what this is about and 9/11 is the example that is still most raw and most fresh to many people when what a president's first responsibility is to keep the people of this country safe. this is temporary. it is narrowly prescribed. >> reporter: now if you fallout. parliament approving a rest prossty in iraq. it's not clear who, paula. >> so much uncertainty, cecilia vega at the white house for us this morning. thank you, cecilia. operations at delta air lines are resuming after a computer glitch forced about 150 flight cancellations on sunday.
the airline is blaming an automation issue. foreign aid is arriving in chile to help fight historic wildfires. 11 from died. an estimated 7,000 have been homeless as the fires spread into drought conditions. and finally, for the second year in a row, steve harvey announced the name of the new miss universe but this year was a little different. >> france. >> there was a slight pause, but this year steve harvey got it right. the new miss universe, she is a dental student from france. you may recall last year harvey had to correct himself after announcing the wrong woman won but making the most out it. last year's winner thanked him to making her the most popular miss universe ever take an unfortunate situation but he said i got it right, he should
have just dropped the mike and walked away. >> thank you, paula. lara, how about "pop news"? >> thank you, george. will do. good morning, everybody. happy monday to you all and we begin with this. this august will mark the 20th anniversary of princess diana's death and her sons are remembering their mother in a very special way. princes william and harry commissioned a statue of the beloved princess of wales privately raising funds for the project and now saying in a statement our mother touched so many live, the time is right to recognize her positive impact in the uk and around the world. that statue will be open to the public on the grounds of kensington palace where diana lived and now both of her sons reside. i think that's nice. i can't believe it's been 20 years. >> crazy. all right. also in "pop news" this morning, looks like john mayer was feeling -- >> monday. >> his new lp -- do we have john mayer fans in the audience? raise your hands.
just making sure. just making sure. you know who is a huge john mayer fan? george. >> i like him fine. >> anyway, his new ep debuted at number two "wave one" beaten by the weekend's star boy shining in the top spot for five weeks and this is eighth time hitting the top ten. you might remember he is going to release his album in several waves. only round one of the the next four songs should be out by the end of february. >> if you don't remember, you'll be sure to remind us. >> he did that for you. >> yes. thank you, john mayer. i'll have my weekly john mayer report next monday. and then finally in "pop news," do you guys recognize this song, listen up. ♪ oh yeah >> i love this story. >> you do? so that song, that line
punctuated the classic scene in "ferris bueller's day off" when he lays eyes on his pal's dad's red ferrari. the one hit wonder who penned that song might be saying oh, yeah, himself these days. the money that he made from that one song he invested very well in train and currency companies and now worth $175 million. >> wow. oh, yeah. >> not bad. >> i love that story. just be smart with money. he didn't go out and didn't buy a red ferrari. invested it. not very sexy but smart. thanks for that popularity in ferris bueller it was used in dozens of other shows including "glee" and "the simpsons." meyer said he's never actually watched "ferris bueller's day off." >> $175 million. >> take an hour out of your day. >> he has lots of ferraris. yes, that's "pop news" on this monday.
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moment. >> "hidden figures." >> reporter: whoa. with that, sunday night's s.a.g. awards altered the orbit of the oscar best picture race as its three exuberant stars achieved liftoff. >> the shoulders of the women that we stand on are three american heroes. >> reporter: more surprises, oh, yeah. >> denzel washington. "fences." >> reporter: turned out even he had expected to hear casey affleck's name. >> it was a shock. it really was a shock. my wife screamed in my ear so on my way up there it was like mmmm. >> reporter: afterwards a chance to look back paying tribute to the late august wilson, the writer of "fences." >> once of the people you looked up to is august wilson. if you said a word wrong when he was in the audience he'd come right down. >> thank goodness he wasn't there when we did the movie. i did some ad-libbing. >> reporter: also unexpected in a best female actor category different from the academy's emma stone earned "la la land's" only award of the evening.
>> tell your mom you won this yet. >> she texted me and said she was very surprised. i was like, me too, mom. me too. >> reporter: in the supporting categories oscar favorite viola davis won for "fences" as did "moonlight's" mahershala ali and since he's also in the cast of "hidden figures," the acclaimed 42-year-old a two-statue winner on the night. is it good it's happening for you at this stage of your life as opposed to having happened 10 or 15 years ago. >> absolutely. i believe you only get what you can handle and now knowing what all this entails, i may have had a difficult time handling that ten years ago. >> reporter: and after her s.a.g. win sarah paulson's portrayal of marcia clark in "the people v. o.j. simpson" now among the decade's most acclaimed tv work. >> i can't think of its rival. how does that make you feel as an actor who has worked for a long time. >> it makes me want to try. honestly. i'm still a girl from tampa, florida, who wanted to be an
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>> reporter: candy, soda, cookies. oh, cookies. your sweet tooth is real. new science showing cravings may be a result of the bacteria in our guts. >> some of the bacteria in the gut are actually sending signals to the brain saying eat more sugar. >> reporter: so how do we maintain a healthy heating goal? one answer, trick your sweet tooth with a new focus on minimizing sugar first some products to wage the war. my new fave dessert teas. zero sugar and no sugar substitutes. just a combination of natural herbs and flavors that evoke a sweet response from the taste buds. but, i mean, come on, black forest tea, chocolate hazelnut, yum. no sugar. next up, full throttle fruit. what's new, a focus on the fiber. that fiber makes you feel full while satisfying your craving and if you're on the go dried fruit. but make sure it's no extra sugar added. the thing about fruit, i have an eat all you want philosophy that
makes me feel like i'm not restricting myself. there are times when fruit doesn't cut it. i want the real deal. even candymakers realize the value of reducing portions when it comes to sugar, make it small and long lasting. >> go for like a ginger candy. very strong flavor. it's really small. you get that satisfaction of finishing it in its entirety and it's really low in sugar. >> reporter: so when i do give in, i aim for the greatest satisfaction with the least amount of sugar. for "good morning america," becky worley, abc news, oakland, california. >> that was a look of satisfaction. i'm here with dr. jen ashton. she'll tell us way tos curb our sugar cravings. lara is with our audience trying out different approaches. >> very 150iscientific. this group is eating fruit to satiate their sugar buzz. these guys have a dessert tea with flavors like red velvet then finally over here we gave
them little lollabipops. do you feel like you're -- is it feeding the beast? >> i feel like it's very satisfying. >> it is. i want everybody to raise hands so we got lollipop, fruit, tea, raise your hand who is satisfied and getting share sugar? tell the truth. >> all right so the dessert teas trick the mind and the little bit of sugar sometimes does go a long way. >> i love. >> so there are some options out there. becky worley said. sometimes just give in a little bit. >> i know. really interesting when you take a look at this, dr. ashton. how much sugar we should be having and how much sugar most of us are actually having. >> that is jaw dropping so most group, cdc, world health organization, even the american heart association recommending no more than about 25 grams of added sugar a day which looks like this. >> all right. >> get ready. that's what the average person is getting every day added sugar like about 77 -- >> three times as much.
>> are you counting sugar from carbs as well as are adding in sugar. >> anything that's not what's called naturally occurring which means fruit. okay, so anything that comes out of a package where there are those hidden term, that's what we're talking about. >> you're board certified this obesity and have your nutrition degree. >> right. >> why do we crave it so much. >> this is an area of such intense interest and research and nutritional science. if you look at the brain, we know that this is due to multiple factors that sugar actually activates the reward centers in the brain. it releases chemical neu neurotransmitters. these are brain hormones that are the exact same ones that get triggered and released in substance abuse and addiction. so this is due to genetics, environment, behavior, it's even due to the amount of sugar your mom consumed when she was pregnant with you. >> wow. >> so incredible. >> sometimes nothing to do with you. >> plame your mom again. moms always get the rap >> that's right. >> we know about weight loss but serious health risks. >> inside the body it is implicated in brain disease, gum
good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is number nbt mornings. >> good morning to you. 8:27. i'm reggie aqui. in about a half hour trial is set to begin in the case of missing sierra lamar. antonin garcia torres is on trial for her murder. dna links him to her death even though she has never been found. the trial has faced numerous delays over the years. good morning, reggie. a lot of red showing up on our traffic flows at this point in the morning. i have a crash reported on northbound 680. this is right around andrade road. a few vehicles involved there. you are seeing the delays starting to build. we don't have any mass transit
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now your accuweather forecast with mike nicco. >> clouds starting to lift in many areas. mainly up in the north bay. low to upper 40s around the bay. on our way to upper 50s to low 60s at noon. upper 50s to mid-60s at 4:00. it is a spare the air day, however. that will change when the rain comes in wednesday.
let's just focus on how nice today is going to be. another update in about 30 minutes and always on ♪ welcome back to "gma." great audience here this monday morning. i'm losing my voice already. we have big guests too. >> that's right. we do. we have the stars of "quantico" here with us, priyanka chopra and blair underwood. come on out. [ applause ] >> hi. >> nice to be here. >> good to see you. >> you, as well. >> hi. >> welcome. >> you look beautiful. i love your dress. you look fabulous too, blair. >> well thank you laura, i appreciate that. >> even at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning, america. >> yeah. >> wow. >> we'll talk about quantico in a bit but first we'll start off
with one of our hot topics. goofing off at work. let's start off with you. anybody ever been caught goofing off at work? >> come on. >> guys. >> fonzie, raise your hand. >> you win. it turns out people think that's going to make you more productive. you happy about that? >> really? >> yeah. >> do you guys do it? do you sometimes make mistakes during takes or try to make each other laugh. >> when do we not make mistakes? we got a crazy bunch. >> always goofing off on set. >> this is a real study article in "psychology today" that says it may be good for you. >> we're justified. >> absolutely. now, that makes sense. if you just take some time out it'll make you more productive. able to focus better. >> i want to see goofy george. >> nope. >> i'm not seeing that. >> you're not seeing that one? [ applause ] >> what would that look like? >> you got to come home to see that. it doesn't go anywhere. >> let's talk "quantico."
priyanka, you do a lot of your own stunts from what i hear but there was a bit of a mishap a couple of weeks ago. tell us what happened. >> yes, i did -- i had a concussion but i wish i had like a better story to say that i was doing a stunt and someone punched me in the face but none of that happened. it was a wet road and rubber boots. it was a really like stupid reason to fall and get a concussion. i mean, it was not at all dramatic. i wish i was doing some of that stuff. you know, that would be -- yeah, that would be a story. >> how is that, though? that's obviously you. how is that getting physical like that? is it hard? do you like it? >> that's what happened. this time when i fell i was in flats. if i was in heels i wouldn't have fallen. i think so. i've done a lot of action movies when i was in india in the films i did in hindi movies so i have a lot of experience with it and i actually really enjoy doing my own stunts. i trust my body. >> it looks like it. >> you're a natural at it. nobody ever messed with priyanka. right there.
[ applause ] >> blair, apparently you're pretty daring also. i understand that you just went skydiving with your son and daughter. >> my daughter turned 18 and all she wanted to do was go skydiving so i said you're my baby girl so i'll go with you. >> wow. >> all right. >> no, but it worked out. i survived so it was all right. >> one and dong. >> one and done. i'm done. it's off the bucket list. i don't need to do it ever again. >> i had mine -- i said i wanted to do mine before i was 21 so i did it too. >> yeah. >> but you do it in tandem. >> you got a professional on your back. >> setting herself up for a fighting scene while skydiving. >> i could see that. >> let's talk "quantico." we just had the midseason premiere. you are teaching the recruits, you know, basically how to become a cia operative. let's take a look. >> right. >> work as a team. now, remember, a consulate is technically foreign soil. there is no get out of jail free card from uncle sam if you get caught.
blow your cover a long time before you see the outside of a venezuelan prison. >> we could destroy an entire relationship with the information we collected. a family. how far do you want us to go? >> as far as it takes. [ cheers and applause ] >> you do what you got to do. you know. >> you just joined the set and i understand, priyanka, he never forgets his lines. is that true? is it intimidating? >> i wouldn't say never. >> he doesn't not forget his lines. he knows all of his lines because he has massive monologues. like every time the script coming out we see blair's lines and everyone is just like i feel for you, man. he's teaching us all he has to do is keep talking. and when someone doesn't know their lines and they have to come in with four pages, the other actors sort of suffer. >> right. >> so it's really great to have someone -- >> makes for a long day. >> a total pro. just bangs it out. >> i know you play the teacher, so to speak and the student/teacher relationship. >> what are you saying, lara? >> i'm starting to get a vibe on
the show that your character and priyanka's character might -- ooh. i'm getting a little -- >> nervous. >> a little romance blooming maybe? >> well, priyanka, what do you say? i don't know. >> well -- >> a pregnant pause. >> whenever you ask him a difficult question, he says, pri, what's your opinion? but i really -- owen's character and alex's character do go through changes. they do come to a point where there is -- >> changes of clothing? >> that too. that too because they're always well dressed. >> i'm a hard-hitting reporter, jesse. i don't know if you know that. >> changes of clothing. but could be but as of now not yet but we're developing towards them at least having a relationship where they're equals because right now it's like a teacher and a student. >> there's definitely tension there in there is something underlying -- >> at a certain point she's been training at the fbi and now the cia but at a certain point that training is over so the relationship and the dynamics
change and maybe i'll let my hair down a little bit, george. [ applause ] >> you really started something today. >> you guys are on monday night so obviously abc saw an opportunity to marry you, if you will, to "the bachelor." do we have a little -- >> see what happens. >> the promo is cute. >> you will tell me. give me the answer! millions of lives depend on it. >> i told you, i can't tell you how it ends. >> i will break you. >> please don't hurt me. will you accept this rose? [ cheers and applause ] >> how many takes did that take? >> the first one and it broke into a million pieces and you
should have seen nick's face. he was like, i felt so bad. i felt so bad. i just swatted it, and it went to a million pieces. >> are either of you "bachelor" fans? >> i've watched it a few times. i have an 18-year-old daughter. i'm like, baby, that's what you don't do. you know what i'm saying. we understand each other. >> a lot of the women slapping the rose out of my hand -- >> oh, yeah. >> personal. >> can i say something -- don't do it. >> i agree with what you told your daughter. >> jesse. >> about your -- >> he's quickly changing the subject. lara is over there prodding and i'm switching the topic as fast as i can. i have to ask you, we love your red carpet looks at these award shows and what you looked like at the golden globes and, of course, you just won a people's choice award.
and i understand that you took your mom and some people out for a special meal afterwards. where did you take them? >> oh. well, i wanted to -- in-n-out. >> my favorite. >> yes, i love food and i think that, you know, it's really good to love food and i think that my senses are -- were made to be a food connoisseur so i like my burgers and, you know, when you're in those tight gowns and after you're done for the night you want to get in track pants and eat a good meal and that's what i did. >> amen. >> get in the track pants and eat. [ applause ] >> on that note we will let you guys go. thanks a lot for coming in this morning. "quantico," a new episode tonight on abc. thank you. we got the pawdoption bowl coming up. ♪ who let the dogs out ♪ who let the dogs out
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all right. back here on "good morning america," my ladies from philadelphia and i were just talking because we are super excited about "beauty and the beast," yes, the exclusive sneak peek now at the trailer for "beauty and the beast" starring emma watson, dan stevens and luke evans. ♪ i mean, i'll take it. six seconds of it. i want more. you can see the full trailer during tonight's broadcast of "the bachelor" and "beauty and the beast" hits theaters finally nationwide on march 17th. we got to see the dress. good morning, i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. high clouds, sunshine. look at these mild temperatures. upper 50s to mid-60s all afternoon. my accuweather seven-day forecast, we've got rain on the
way wednesday night through rtrt riley can't wait to see it either. lara, back up to you. >> thank you very much, ginger. get up here. we are counting down to the super bowl with our very own "gma" pawdoption bowl, all of the dogs that you see here are available for adoption. so many need to be rescued and, you know, sol nfl players are doing just that. they're helping us and we met one all-star who fell in love with a shelter dog. here's his story. >> there we go. we got one right here. >> doggone it. we are at it again time for the "gma" pawdoption bowl. it's clear football stars love their pets. so, we're live streaming eve day on facebook. these canine loving nfl players going head-to-head at rescue shelters across the nation trying to find forever homes for as many pooches as pawsible. kicking it off ravens offensive tackle ronnie stanley. his tale started last summer when took home lola, a
6-year-old pit back from barcs. >> i asked for the most unadoptable pet. >> she's knew living a dog's dream. >> she was very shy at first and kind of stand off-ish and just kind of feel around the situation and she kind of warmed up when we had a little one-on-one session with her and she was just a really nice dog. >> their furry feel-good story going viral. >> if you're thinking about getting a dog think about the shelter first. >> come on, canine lovers. if you are pining for a new pooch get off the bench and into a shelter. it's game time. the "gma" pawdoption bowl starts now. [ cheers and applause ] and it looks like the patriots have the ball right now. what a great, great story, ronnie is really a role model for all pet owners. the shelter where he adopted said she was found dehydrated in a vacant lot.
a lot don't bounce back but lola has. >> this is something near and dear to your heart, especially some of the older dogs aren't always the first ones to get adopted. >> they have whatever number years left, they're good years and they deserve to be treated well. and we have great dogs with us. these are all babies and they're all from the north shore animal league america. we love you guys, thank you for bringing in the puppies. bring in more. i would adopt all of them but i can't so we need your help to do that. >> that's right. make sure you watch our facebook live stream today at 2:30 p.m. eastern. we'll be at the baltimore animal rescue and care shelter with ronnie stanley and have to give a shoutout for our fans there to help make his story go viral and so many other puppies and dogs. >> come on, everybody. get into the game spirit with us. will you? coming up, a sneak peek at one of the year's biggest super bowl ads. we'll have that for you coming up on "gma" in just a moment. on "gma" in just a moment.
we are back now with a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most anticipated super bowl ads this year. it's for avocados for mexico. every year they do a great one. >> they do. >> you have the story. >> super bowl advertising is big business. 5 million bucks for just one 30-second spot so avocados from
mexico hopes theirs pays off big. using a well known co-immediate dwran to get some laughs. take a look. >> this is scott baio. >> reporter: in 2016 scott baio took avocados from mexico to a futuristic world with their popular super bowl commercial. >> anyone want to feed scott baio? it's included in the price of admission. >> reporter: jon lovitz is stepping up to the challenge in one of the most buzzed about ads for super bowl li. >> avocados. >> inviting us behind the scenes of their hypnotizing commercial. expected to be seen by more than 100 million people. >> come and get it, hipsters. >> reporter: this year's theme, a secret society of avocados. >> we always like to play with culture and find a sort of trend we can latch on to. this is definitely the year of no secrets kept. >> are you streaming this? >> is that not cool. >> reporter: for the former "snl" star taking the role was a no-brainer. >> i love avocados and i love mexico so when they put the two together i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: they're a super bowl snacking staple.
in fact, avocados from mexico imports on average more than 190 million pounds of avocados in the weeks leading up to super bowl sunday. that's enough guacamole to fill houston's nrg stadium from end zone to end zone at a depth of more than 33 feet. >> when you are making a super bowl ad there's always pressure but sounds ridiculous. this is our chance to play in the super bowl. we're not doing it on the field but you get loose, out there and have fun. you make something fun. >> reporter: this mark lovitz's third super bowl commercial though he isn't up to date on how many will be watching. >> i thought it was 89. 100 million is too much. 80 million, i'm good with. of course, i like comedy and i think this will be really funny. >> going to be good. the third year avocados from mexico has bought ad time. it's going to be one of the top trends, top five foods for this year's super bowl snacking also on top the ones you think about, pizza, chili, chicken wings, nachos, as well. a lot of munchies will be advertised and take a big bite
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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning. it's 8:59. i'm reggie aqui. let's take a look at that weather this morning. >> we're still in the mid-30s to upper 40s. the fog fading quickly. hazy today, our spare the air no wood burning at all. all 24 hour. it's going to be pretty nice. 60 in richmond. that's the cool spot. san jose, 67 is the hot spot. still going to be nice tomorrow. wednesday through and friday our next storm rolls in. it's light. taking a look at the south bay. we did have an earlier crash on northbound 280 in the cupertino area just past state route 85. that was in the left lane. looks like they got that pushed off to the shoulder. but you're jammed past highway 17. time for live with kelly. we'll be back here at 11:00 a.m.
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