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again. what does it mean for u.s. markets and your money? and golden globes. the surprising winners. best dressed. the moment between lady gaga and leonardo dicaprio. and ricky gervais not holding back. going after hollywood. good morning on this monday morning. we begin with that breaking news. the death of entertainment legend david bowie. >> the multitalented english singer, song writer, producer. he did so much. he was an actor and a painter. he died after an 18-month battle with cancer. he's been a driving force in pop culture, reinventing himself several times and his music over the course of nearly 50 years. winning numerous awards, including two grammys and a daytime emmy. >> got really comfortable going on stage as somebody else. and it seemed a rational
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idea of creating character after character. >> he was inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame in 1996. sold an estimated 140 million records worldwide. overnight, american artists from madonna to kanye west posted tributes online. he leaves behind his wife, super model iman and two children. >> david bowie turned 69 just last friday, the same day he released his 28th album. we'll have more on his passing later on this half hour. developments in the capture of one of the most notorious drug fugitives in the world. take a look. here he is. joaquin guzman. look at the turn to the camera. el chapo, paraded before those cameras by mexico's military. >> it may have been his search for the limelight that sent him back behind bars and potentially to a date with u.s. justice. stephanie ramos has the latest. >> reporter: el chapo's next stop may soon be the united states. the mexican attorney general's
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to the drug lord's extradition process to the u.s. from mexico has begun. and here it is. what officials say led to the recapturing of mexico's most wanted drug lord. "rolling stone" magazine releasing proof of a secret meeting held three months ago between joaquin guzman, infamously known as el chapo, and academy award-winning actor sean penn. after running from mexican authorities for six months, el chapo rearrested. on friday after a bloody shootout and sewer escape. whisked away to a waiting chopper. while handcuffed. his face twisted toward the cameras for the world to see. when el chapo wasn't bragging about his drug deals, the kingpin was trying to land a movie deal about his life. shopping the idea around to hollywood producers and actors. recording this video. [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: specifically for penn and mexican actress/superstar kate delcasio.
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bars, penn is under fire. >> if one of these american actors want to fawn over a criminal and a drug trafficker in their constitutional right to do it. i find it grotesque. >> we'll let somebody else sort out what sean penn did and didn't do. el chapo is where he should be. >> reporter: el chapo has busted out of prisons twice before. this time, his stay will be very different. a mexican newspaper reports the jail cell floor will be three layers of metal coated with concrete to prevent him from digging a tunnel and escaping again. kendis, reena, back to you. >> let's hope that is tough enough for him. stephanie ramos in washington, thank you. there appears to be a shakeup in the race for white house. challengers ted cruz and bernie sanders closing in on front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton. the latest poll among likely caucus participants in iowa shows cruz edging past trump. but still tied within the margin of error. among the democrats, sanders closing in on hillary clinton in iowa.
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there's a definite edge to the gun control feud that is escalating between clinton and sanders. clinton lambasted sanders on "face the nation" yesterday for his past support for legislation protecting gun manufacturers from liability for shootings. sanders says his record with the nra has hardly been stellar. >> let us be very clear again. i understand that in the last weeks of a campaign, a panicked clinton campaign now suddenly says, bernie sanders is a stooge of the nra. well, some stooge. i got a d-minus lifetime voting record from the nra. >> meantime, hillary clinton has racked up a couple more endorsements. from planned parenthood and from former arizona congresswoman gabby giffords and her husband, mark kelly, based almost entirely on her stance on gun control. >> and gun control will be part of the state of the union tonight. the president preparing for tomorrow night's, rather, state
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partial list of the guests. among them, air force sergeant spencer stone, the hero who helped prevent an act of terrorism on a paris-bound train. activist jim obergefell, who took his landmark marriage equality case to the supreme court and won. and connecticut's governor, who introduced gun safety laws after the sandy hook shooting. and this will be interesting. an empty chair dedicated to the victims of gun violence. one note from the sports world. the vikings and seahawks made history in their playoff game. it was the third coldest in nfl history and the coldest ever for the minnesota team. with the temperature at kickoff get this, at minus 4. the wind chill making it feel like minus 22. the hot chocolate froze at one of the concession stands. and to add insult to injury, seattle won the game 10-9. and that supercold weather is now going to spread across the central and eastern u.s. the plains and midwest, as well as great lakes will see
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below normal. there could be frost warnings as well all the way to the gulf coast this week. you know who is probably not worrying about the weather? likely the next person who wins the powerball. right? >> no worries on anything, for that matter. the jackpot for wednesday night's drawing stands at a record $1.3 billion. that would be a cashout of just $800 million. not bad. of course, the odds of winning are astronomical. that hasn't kept people from lining up to buy the tickets. we say good luck. and it also was a blockbuster night as hollywood kicked off its 2016 awards season. >> leonardo dicaprio was a big winner at this year's golden globe awards, helping "the revenant" drive home three major trophies. best actor in a drama, best dramatic motion picture, and best director. >> and there were other surprises as well. abc's karla barguiarena has the
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>> and the golden globe goes to, "the revenant." >> reporter: the grand finale for a grand show. as the best motion picture drama is announced. >> snitch. >> reporter: ricky gervais back at it again. the laughs made way to the first award of the evening for a genuinely surprised kate winslet who won for best supporting actress in a feature film for her work in "steve jobs." >> really, actually, extremely surprised and overwhelmed. >> reporter: moments later, matt damon won for his role in "the martian." >> i know how lucky i am. >> reporter: other awards going to new and old tv shows. >> i really am speechless. thank you so much. >> sylvester stallone. >> reporter: the winner everyone agreed on, sylvester stallone. honored for his work in "creed" with a roaring standing ovation. >> i want to thank my imaginary friend, rocky balboa for being the best friend i ever had. >> reporter: stallone, among
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>> what an incredible honor. wow, that meant a lot. thank you so much. >> reporter: and best actresses. >> such an honor to play this character. thank you to our supporting cast. thank you to my hometown, kentucky. >> reporter: with the globes over, the race to oscar sunday is now officially under way. karla barguiarena, abc news, new york. >> we should point out that the oscar nominations will be announced on thursday. and no doubt, we're sure that leo will be among those named on thursday. >> it was a big night for him. and thursday morning, a big night as well -- a big morning as well. much more later in "the pulse." moments that nearly broke the internet, including a "titanic" reunion. and the face leonardo dicaprio made at lady gaga. >> yeah, it was kind of interesting. that went viral. still ahead -- the nation's most famous party place is for sale. plus, murder mystery. an american found dead in italy. who is being questioned right now? and wipeout.
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at this home in atlanta, in the suburb there, after a nationwide manhunt. the fbi says tips poured in after the surveillance video was released. breaking overnight, asian stock markets hit the lowest level in nearly four years this morning. investors have doubts about how beijing is managing its economy. the second largest in the world. u.s. stock futures were down overnight. last week alone, u.s. stocks lost more than $1.3 trillion in value. it's described as the most famous party house in the world. and it is going on the market soon. "playboy" enterprises is set to ask for more than $200 million for the six-acre "playboy" mansion estate. but a major stipulation of the sale. major. hugh hefner comes with the property. the new owner would have to let him stay there until his death. >> someone's got to keep the party going. >> i guess. when we come back, new this morning. lost in the snow with no shoes. a missing woman found alive. and first round, the the nfl playoffs under way.
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already seeing snow. roads will be wet along the texas gulf coast and in the pacific northwest. with snow in the cascades. if you're flying, airport delays likeliest in chicago. well, friends are recalling artist ashley olsen as someone with an infectious personality. who loved art, fashion, and adventures. >> the american woman's body was discovered in her apartment in florence, italy, with injuries to her neck. italian investigators have launched a murder investigation. but the cause of death is still pending an autopsy. her boyfriend has been questioned. there are no arrests so far. we'll have much more on this live from italy on "good morning america." also overseas, princess christina of spain goes on trial today for tax fraud. it's the first time a member of the spanish royal family has faced criminal charges.
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accused of as her husband allegedly embezzled millions of dollars through a nonprofit organization to fund a lavish lifestyle. the trial could last six months. a california woman is recovering from frostbite after spending the night wandering at a snowy campground. with temperatures in the 20s. at 2:00 a.m. sunday she texted her son she was lost and walking around with no shoes or socks. at the mountain high ski resort in wrightwood. 12 hours later, search teams found her after tracking her cell phone. the reason, though, is still a mystery. another photo of these two college students going viral today because it shows true love. the couple, both 21 years old were on their way from tennessee to florida new year's eve when their truck went off the road. how anyone survived this wreck is beyond imagination. but they did. and this photo from the hospital is being shared around the world. well, time now for sports. with our friends at espn. >> good morning, america. with jonathan coachman, i'm max bretos. saturday, after the afc had their turn, sunday in the nfc, it was the wild card round. beginning in minnesota, frigid
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on the seahawks. there is bud grant. sleeveless. got to like it. very cold. minus 6 degrees at kickoff. doug baldwin. that will be punched in. it was 9-0 vikings. seahawks come back to take a 10-9 lead. and then, from 27 yards out to win it, an awful, awful miss from blair walsh. devastation for the vikings. seahawks will move on. they get the panthers next. >> all right, max. arizona was waiting for the winner of this game. green bay and washington. aaron rodgers spotted the redskins an 11-0 lead. and then, they really got going in the third quarter. james starks. great cutback. scores there. and then, it would be eddie lacy. green bay in the second half, 124 yards rushing. two rushing touchdowns. they really manhandled washington.
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initial lead. the packers now also a rematch from the regular season. they travel to the desert to face arizona. don't forget, monday, 8:30 eastern finally it's here. alabama and clemson for the college football national title. espn and the watchespn app. that will do it for us. max, coach. enjoy the game tonight. >> thank you, fellas. now to what's being called the gnarliest wipeout ever caught on video, in surfing history for that matter. >> 48-year-old garrett mcnamara last week tried to tame an el nino-fueled 50-foot-high wave. south of san francisco. but the wave won. breaking his upper left arm and dislocating his shoulder. >> ouch. look at him. he underwent surgery on friday. he posted on facebook this photo that his doctors expect a 110% recovery. >> we wish him the best. up next in "the pulse." more from the golden globes. who got all the attention on the
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time to check "the pulse" starting, of course, with the golden globes. let's cut to the chase and do fashion first. >> jennifer lawrence with one of the most striking looks. take a look at this layered red gown with cutaway sides. brie larson rocking the cutaway look, as well. in a gold calvin klein. >> and rachel mcadams with a strapless gown with red rose print. floral print, a growing fashion trend this time of the year. >> you say that with such confidence. >> yeah, i have no idea. and from the fashion, let's go to the moments that are trending online all night long. here's lady gaga on her way to accept her golden globe.
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watch leo's laughing, raising his eyebrows as she walks by. even shivering a little bit. is he afraid or something? that moment going viral. what was he laughing at? >> there was a warmer greeting for his "titanic" co-star, kate winslet. big hug for their reunion during a commercial break. jack and rose, of course, they still love each other. 19 years since that blockbuster. >> jack died. >> that love still continues on. >> true. thank you, celine. >> everything during a commercial break. it was ricky gervais responsible for delivering laughs. >> loved it. this was his fourth time playing host for the awards. apparently not offending enough in the past to keep them from inviting him back. >> i want to do this monologue and then go into hiding. okay. not even sean penn will find me. [ laughter ] [ applause ] snitch.
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our top stories, mexico starting the formal process of extraditing its notorious drug lord, el chapo, to america where he faces indictment in four states. his secret interview with sean penn may have led to his recapture. southern california was hit by a 3.1 magnitude quake. the epicenter near rowland heights. no damage reported. one woman said it felt like a train going through her house. wednesday's powerball jackpot now at $1.3 billion. a world record. the estimated cash value is $806 million. the odds of winning, astronomical.
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storms in the northwest. arctic weather but warming up a little bit in minnesota. lake-effect snow from wisconsin east. colder in the northeast. and this morning, we have been remembering a music legend. >> david bowie died of cancer at the age of 69. bursting on to the scene as ziggy stardust. bowie was the embodiment of glam rock, whose innovations redefined pop culture. >> we turn now to mark radcliff of the bbc who looks back on bow bowie's illustrious career. >> it's the last show that we'll ever do. >> reporter: when bowie made this announcement in 1973, many in the audience assumed he was quitting music. it was only his alter ego ziggy stardust who bowed out that night. this is ground control to major tom >> reporter: it was just the first of a series of changes of persona which would both entrance and bewilder his fans. born david jones in south
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mime before a folk number that gave him his first hit. it was the birth of ziggy stardust, the androgynous star from another planet, that brought him star status and broke him in america. >> i felt really comfortable going on stage as somebody else. and it seemed -- a rational decision to keep on doing that. and so i got quite besotted with the idea of creating character after character. >> reporter: he moved to germany where he teamed up with brian eno, the avant-garde musician. the result? three critically acclaimed albums that probably represented bowie's most creative period. we'll be heroes just for one day put on your red shoes and dance the blues >> reporter: "let's dance" became his most successful album. the 1990s saw a revival. he saw the potential of the internet to deliver music very
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reling his single "lies" from "the earl ling" album as a download. >> reporter: it was another example of how this multitalented performer was always ready to strike out in new directions. and reinvent himself and his music. >> his new album i hope it does well.now good morning reno." good morning. it's monday, january 11th. i'm amanda sanchez let's go to lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with the next snowfall potential

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