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causing chaos on the roads. plows struggling to keep up. this car completely encased in ice. and ne boston bracing for the first snow of the season. another bitter blast of arctic air is moving east. dramatic new video of that daring raid to capture el chapo. the deadly shootout between marines and the drug lord's bodyguards. a first look inside his safehouse and his sidden escape route. and new surveillance pictures of sean penn before that secret meeting as the actor breaks his silence. and roll tide. alabama, national champs once again. >> alabama back on top of the college football world. >> knocking off clemson overnight in an instant classic. the tide turning on a trick play. our team on the sidelines for all the action.
and it is a great morning for alabama fans. it is being billed -- >> almost crimson. >> i'm trying to be a little crimson. a little nod. it's their fourth national championship in the last seven years. 11th overall. jesse was there. he'll have a complete wrap-up. >> what a dynasty that is. we have a lot to get to this morning, including that deep freeze in the midwest. moves east. and take a look at this car in upstate new york. completely frozen encased in ice. sam and our team are standing by. but we are going to begin with that breaking news. a deadly suicide bombing in one of europe's most popular tourist destinations in istanbul, turkey. terry moran is in london with the latest. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, george. this attack in the historic heart of istanbul, close to the famous blue mosque, magnet for tourists, happened around 10:20 this morning. a massive blast that shook nearby buildings heard across the city. police swarming the scene. the injured rushed to nearby hospitals. some with serious injury, at
killed. 15 wounded. and turkish officials saying nine of the dead are german tourists. the turkish president erdogan said a suicide bomber likely responsible. terror attacks in turkey and spreading turmoil in that region. george. dumping more than two feet of creating whiteout conditions and for the first snow of the abc's linzie janis is in icy hamburg, new york, this morning for us. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, robin. we're here on the shores of lake erie where wind pushed the water up over this break wall, creating this frozen wave of icicles. check this out. this car, completely encased in
you can see how the water just washed over it and froze instantly. this is about six inches of ice, check it out. it's not going anywhere any time soon. overnight, winter whiteout. >> you can't see across the street. >> reporter: snow causing commuter chaos in upstate new york. cars crawling along highways. as plows struggled to keep up. >> move on inside now. >> reporter: drivers unable to get traction. this car losing control and skidding off the road. rescuers battling the elements to get though those trapped in the storm. snow falling so hard and fast, loville, new york, getting 21 inches in just over four hours. and wind gusts of up to 47 miles per hour sending waves crashing off lake erie freezing this restaurant, creating an incredible scene. and in case you were wondering the owner of this car, a 24-year-old guy. he was out at bar with his
decided to do the right thing and get a lift home. he came back to find his car in this state. he says lit probably be spring until he gets it. no thawing today. this area expecting up to a foot of snow today. >> we can tell how cold it is. ginger and, sam, that snow is heading our way, new york and boston? >> absolutely, george, first flakes of the season. coming out of the sky today and drive time home in new york big story. right now louisville, cleveland, cincinnati, your roads are a mess and slippery. this morning on the drive in. already the watches and warnings it's not just the great lakes but on into the northeast and for a reason. pennsylvania. but also look at the pink, blue and white all around new york. that's your 4:00 start time to new york. drive time boston. you start at 5:00. it's not a lot of snow but it's enough to make your drive home a mess. erie, pennsylvania, this is your snow. and bad news, i got more. behind this, behind this is this air. 23 below in minneapolis this morning, 15 below in iowa city.
tomorrow. so even colder tomorrow than it was to start the week. atlanta, good morning at 18 this last of thursday, 26 robin, george, everybody was making fun of winter and now winter is like, i got you. >> big time. i know you'll have more for us later, sam. thank you. now to the national championship game and the new kings of college football, alabama. overtaking top-ranked clemson in that instant classic last night winning the game, 45-40, taking their fourth title in seven years. jesse palmer was there for it all. how about it, jesse? good morning. >> roll tide, robin. it was unbelievable and i'm here right now at the team hotel. and this was a game for the ages. both teams fighting so hard for the national championship but alabama has been a powerhouse in college football forever. they proved it again last night. both teams combining for 40 points in the fourth quarter alone. and this game came down to a
>> alabama back on top. >> reporter: overnight number two alabama shutting down number one clemson's undefeated season with a score, 45-40. >> it's something i dreamed of since i was little. it's awesome, man. i can't say enough about it. and the home >> reporter: the incredible night kicking off with megastar ciara's rendition of the national anthem. >> the heisman winner in the open field headed for the end zone! >> reporter: the biggest star on the field, heisman trophy winner derrick henry, scoring three touchdowns and clearing this sea of orange and crimson. our rob marciano right there on the field. >> how does it feel tonight? >> it feels great. >> reporter: the game a constant trade-off. >> renfro in the end zone, touchdown, tigers! >> reporter: going into the fourth quarter a tied game until this crucial trick play. >> alabama's got the ball back. >> reporter: alabama regaining control of the ball after an onside kick teeing up power player o.j. howard. >> it's howard for his second
>> reporter: minutes later. >> touchdown, drake! >> reporter: alabama's kenyon drake returning a kickoff for a 95-yard touchdown. >> once i saw green grass, i was just trying to make sure i got to the end zone and last ten yards i gave it all i got. >> reporter: clemson fighting till the very end. scoring in the final se >> reporter: but it wasn't enough. giving alabama the title of national champions. the team showering head coach nick saban in a gatorade bath for the fourth time in the last seven years. so it's bama's fourth national championship in the last seven year, of course, all coming under nick saban. now his fifth overall national championship and many people now calling nick saban the greatest head coach in the history of college football, robin and george. >> that is saying something. you stayed with the s.e.c. you picked 'bama. you got it right this year, jesse. you did it. >> i had a 50/50 chance. a 50/50 chance. >> yes, exactly. we're going to have a lot more
>> a realist. the race for the white house and gloves are off between bernie sanders and hillary clinton like never before with new polls showing a dead heat just 20 days before the first votes they faced off in iowa last night. and abc's cecilia vega is on the trail in des moines, good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: did you say heat, george? good morning to you from a freezing iowa. this time, 20 days from now as you say we will know who won the iowa caucuses. but this morning, hillary clinton is feeling the pressure and bernie sanders is pouncing. they were not on stage together but overnight a democratic candidates' forum hosted by abc's sister network fusion, bernie sanders and hillary clinton going head to head. >> have you noticed lately that he's been getting more aggressive with you? >> yes. >> why is that? >> it could be that the inevitable candidate for the democratic nomination may not be so inevitable today. >> i have laid out specifically
senator sanders, has said he will lay out his before the iowa caucus. and i and others will be anxious to see them. >> reporter: battling not just each other but the republican front-runner, too. >> he was basically a democrat before he was a republican. >> reporter: also taking time out for a few laughs. >> is it off brand for a democratic socialist to live in a mansion like the white house? [ laughter ] >> well, i would consider it more like public housing. [ laughter ] >> that's some nice public housing. >> reporter: and across the aisle, the laughs continued. donald trump on "the tonight show" with jimmy fallon. confident as ever. >> extraordinarily handsome person. [ laughter ] i have a beautiful head of hair. >> reporter: and, of course, on the attack. >> i think she's got maybe a race that's going to be a little bit tougher. i think she'll win, i guess. >> reporter: when it comes to hillary clinton. >> i haven't even started on her yet although last week i did a little bit, i guess but we haven't even started.
letting up. the clinton campaign now trying iowa. one source inside camp clinton telling me the feeling is not necessarily nervous. it is realistic though. as you said, george, 20 days to go. shorter straw, you or linzie. you get inside. >> me. >> i'm going to talk to our political analyst matthew dowd. hillary clinton calling for a spirited debate. she could lose the first two contests? >> we've gone from a coronation to confrontation, and could go to a conflagration. and i still think she's favored, but it could be a much longer >> what does the world look like in the clinton camp if she new hampshire? >> i'm reminded of the line in bigger boat. the other thing fascinating who would have guessed six months ago donald trump has a better
in this process? >> you believe that? >> he has better odds today that he will win iowa and new hampshire than hillary clinton will. >> way up in new hampshire, he is in a real fight. matt dowd, thanks very much. from the candidates to the commander in chief. and a big revelation from vice president joe biden this morning, saying in an interview with cnn how president obama offered to help his family as his son's health crisis worsened. abc's jon karl is at the white house with that story. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the vice president is sharing a story he has never told before, showing his close bond with president obama, recounting a story about a conversation he had with the president after his eldest son beau was diagnosed with brain cancer as he was serving as delaware's attorney general. >> i said if beau resigns he has no -- there's no -- nothing to fall back on. his sally. and i said, but i worked it out.
the house and be in good shape. and he said, don't sell the house. promise me you won't sell the house. he's going to be mad at me saying this. he said i'll give you the money. whatever you need, i'll give you the money. >> as you said a special bond between those two men. the president will be giving his final state of the union address tonight and the white house is signaling this will be a different kind of speech, nontraditional? >> reporter: that's right. this is a legacy speech. unlike many state of the unions, this will not be a laundry list of proposals of what the president wants to pass in the coming years. this is going to be something that looks at what the president has done over the past seven years. the president has said that he is more optimistic going into the new year than he has ever been going into a new year. look for him to talk about more successes to come. quite a contrast to what we've been hearing from the republicans and, frankly, robin, a bit of a tough sell because 70% of the american public in most recent polls say they believe the country is on the wrong track. >> all right, jon, thank you. we'll have live coverage of president obama's last state of
9:00 p.m. eastern here on abc. i know you'll be heading there? >> heading there in a little bit. that new video of the raid to capture el chapo. the billionaire drug lord back behind bars as prosecutors in seven u.s. jurisdictions fight to get him in their courts. abc's matt gutman is at the scene of the bloody showdown and has the first look inside el chapo's underground tunnels. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. that video shows in vivid detail how fierce the gun battle was in that house. and in our walk-through, we saw blood still on the floor. el chapo's secret passageway and away. they came in ready for a fight. looked and sounded more like war. el chapo guzman's bodyguards fighting to the death blasting away. the mexican marines wearing body cameras, returning fire, lobbing signs of that fierce gunfight but no sign of el chapo. the mexican government had been
his secret meeting with sean penn and actress kate del castillo last october. el chapo wanted him to make a biopic about him. [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: turns out it was being documented by but mexican intelligence, photographing their every move. photographs showing they arrived before heading out to his jungle hideout in one of his planes. silence on that controversial "rolling stone" interview telling the associated press monday via e-mail, i've got nothing to hide. this morning the magazine releasing on its website the full 17-minute video el chapo sent penn and this morning abc news getting a first look inside el chapo's safe house. one of the things they apparently liked to watch, "queen of the south." kate del castillo's show.
about narcos. the mirror leading to a tunnel. very dank and very wet and go down this passageway which is flooded. i had to crawl under that to get over there. right there is that door. it looks like a portal on a submarine and through that is the entrance to the drainage system. that was supposed to take him to freedom. that drainage tunnel runs right under this street. it took the mexican marines five hours to capture el chapo. this morning, he's in a supermax prison. his lawyers have managed to get suspended. >> yeah, it could take some top stories. that deadly home explosion in ohio. >> what a tragedy. four members of one family fire ripped through this home. the mother and her two daughters, ages 8 and 12, were found in the front hall. back, investigators right now do blame. but they have not ruled it out. well, there is a new warning
prices continue to plummet. analysts warn up to one-third of american oil and gas companies could go bankrupt. oil prices are falling in part because of slowing demand in china. some experts fear prices could drop from $30 to $16 a barrel. well, there is growing concern about a humanitarian crisis in syria. food and medical supplies have finally arrived in the town of madaya which had been cut off formonths by syrian troops, forcing residents there to starve. and now aid workers say the situation is even worse than feared, with hundreds of people at risk of dying unless they are immediately evacuated. well, the nfl has suspended cincinnati bengals linebacker. vontaze burfict. including this hit on saturday night. other fines stemming from that game are expected soon. we've all seen therapy animals on planes for people who need emotional support and i don't know about you but nothing
turkey. >> huh? >> yeah. check out this picture posted online by a neighbor of a flight attendant. airlines allow animals on board if you have a doctor's note saying you need the animal for emotional support. >> i would not be happy. >> unclear if he put any fellow passengers in a fowl mood. but we do know this. that turkey is gobbling up those frequent flier miles. >> oh. >> wow. >> you know. a turkey -- >> on a plane. >> can you imagine if strapped in next to you was a turkey? >> i would be off that plane. >> i'm with you there. >> not okay. >> i mean, you know, sir, ma'am, i'm sure it's lovely for you but at some point someone's got to say that's not a therapy animal. that's food. >> it's food. >> oh, sam. oh, wise sam. we are -- parts of the northeast bracing for the first snow. but chicago saying, been there, done that. >> yeah, been there, done that. but let me show you what it
chicagoland, this was it. it's over for you now. such a warm december you caught up with snowfall totals. this cold air is running into the deep south. good morning, houston. 47 degrees and fog this morning and my gorgeous state of florida, look at you. panama city, tallahassee, lake numbers are in the 20s, below the freezing mark here. we have that freeze warning deep into it and tampa, you're in, orlando, bundle up if you're in
coming up on "gma," the mother of that so-called affluenza teen in court. her other son going before the judge, pleading on her behalf. now she's set to walk out of jail. the very latest this morning. the billion-dollar jackpot has the whole country in a frenzy. which state is getting the biggest powerball fever? could they come away the big winners? t.j. is here for that. >> yeah, t.j. must be around. scanner: rescan item.
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and the man behind it, kenyon drake, will join us live. you can talk to him. but kenyon is going to join us. he's got his fans around him and it was an exciting moment and they dedicated the game. we'll talk to him about that. >> it sure did live up to the hype. last night. a lot else going on right now, including that breaking news in turkey. suicide bomber attacking a popular tourist destination, at least ten people killed and more than a dozen injured. president obama preparing for his final state of the union address tonight, a lot of high-profile guests expected, including dr. bennet omalu, the inspiration behind the movie "concussion." you see him there with will smith. >> quite the gentleman. sam, you better remember this. carli lloyd, okay, in the finals of the world cup, from midfield she scored. >> oh! >> it was one of her three in the world cup final. well, this morning, team usa star getting a huge and a well-deserved honor, named women's world player of the year, big congratulations to
we will begin with tonya couch, remember, she's the mother of that affluenza teen posting bond this morning after a judge slashed her bail. abc's ryan owens is in ft. worth with the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: george, good morning. a bit of breaking news. tonya couch just released from the jail behind me. she had to walk about a block over to the probation office. that's where she's being fitted right now with a gps monitor. she was followed by plenty of cameras and reporters and chose to say not a word. she's the so-called affluenza mom who the sheriff says has been complaining about her accommodations behind bars. this texas judge reducing her bond from a whopping $1 million to $75,000 after she pleaded nolt. >> we're talking about a third degree felony here. we're not talking about capital murder. >> i got to make my decisions based upon the law and that alone. >> reporter: the judge pointing out tonya couch is accused of a nonviolent crime. hindering the apprehension of a fugitive. namely her son ethan.
after video was posted online of ethan at a party where others were seen playing beer pong. that's a violation of his probation for killing four people in this 2013 drunk driving crash. his attorneys arguing the teen suffered from affluenza, that he was too spoiled to know right from wrong. the mother's arrest warrant says the duo drove to mexico after tonya withdrew $30,000 cash and told her estranged husband he would never see them again. >> how much money is in that account if she were to have access to it? >> last time i saw it was negative $99 billion. >> reporter: couch's older son, ethan's half brother, told the judge authorities have frozen his mother's bank accounts and that she owns no property. that it all belongs to her soon-to-be ex-husband. he says, if released, his mom will live with him. the judge ordering she'll have to stay at his house, exfoept
wear an ankle bracelet, and pay back the more than $3,000 it cost to fly her back to texas. her son, ethan, is in mexico, fighting extradition. next week there will be a hearing here. whether he's here or not, to determine if his case will finally be moved to adult court. george? >> okay, ryan. let's talk to dan abrams about all this. the purpose of bail is prevent somebody from running away. she's proven she can run away. why the huge reduction in bail? >> this isn't a million-dollar bail case. these two, ethan and her mother are two of the most hated people in america. although he's in mexico. that doesn't mean that you change the rules because you want to get them. the purpose of bail is not to punish. it's to make sure she shows up. she will be under 24-hour home confinement. she's going to have to wear an ankle bracelet. those are two incredibly restrictive requirements to ensure she's not going anywhere. to be honest this makes a lot of
realtis c itos pble a dgwill gi hveim credifor that? maybe. if a judge doesn't you have to ask yourself, what the heck is he doing? he's going to get extradited here. so it's just a matter of when. >> meanwhile, you've got tonya's lawyer seeming to plant the possible seeds of an insanity mental health defense. >> the judge ordering a mental health evaluation and everyone immediately will say she better not get off on a mental health defense. the reality is all the judge is doing is making sure she's competent to stand trial. meaning can she understand the proceedings against her and assist in her defense, et cetera. that's a very, very low standard. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. all right, george to that aspiring model accused in a string of jewelry store
abigail lee kemp facing a judge for the first time on monday breaking down in court as we learn more about her alleged accomplice. abc's steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: looking much less sure of herself than the young woman on video staring into security cameras, the 24-year-old who police have now charged with robbing a string of jewelry stores is seen here, head down, being hauled into court monday. abby kemp is facing up to 20 years in prison if she's convicted of federal charges. police identified her as the young woman with the gun and gloves accused of stealing millions in jewels from stores across five states. in court, she broke down into >> let's test it out. >> reporter: it's an entirely different picture than the former model with a sense of humor seen in videos posted on social media. she was a student athlete in high school, where she played basketball and softball.
>> reporter: friends say she was confident and later waited peaks. >> it's almost 5:00. whole bar to myself. >> cocky is a really good word. i feel like that's terrible. but it's a really good word to describe her. >> reporter: police named this man as her accomplice. 35-year-old louis jones iii. he was arrested with kemp at this home north of atlanta and is sitting in jail too. neither have yet entered a plea. kemp has a bond hearing thursday.>>ur thanks to steve. coming up powerball fever hitting a high. we know t.j. can't get enough of it. and that jackpot is still going, t.j. >> yes, but, robin, i need folks to get out their pen, paper, calculators and their checkbooks, i am about to show you a way to guarantee you can win the powerball jackpot, that's coming up on "gma." a couple million just for the heck of it ind to do your own taxes.
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been getting rich. at least 67 tickets worth a million dollars or more have been sold in that time. >> big smile. >> reporter: in iowa, joel dominguez was one of those $1 million winners. >> i don't win anything. ever. i feel very lucky. >> reporter: everybody seems to have powerball fever but the biggest players are in the smallest state. the folks in rhode island are buying tickets at a higher rate than any other state. almost 3 1/2 per person. >> you can't win if you don't play it. >> reporter: but in the midst of the madness an idea emerged. this facebook post suggesting the billion-dollar jackpot be divided evenly among all americans to end poverty. $4 million for each of us. the original post shared over a million times. one problem with that idea, math. we'd all get about $4 apiece. not $4 million. all right. i know you're skeptical. there's a way to guarantee a win.
wouldn't somebody do it already? >> yeah, yeah. >> reporter: and, plus, there are 292 million combinations out there. why not buy them all? here we go. if you bought every scenario, that's 292 million tickets at $2 a ticket, you're out $584 million. the jackpot $1.4 billion. after taxes, you get $524 million. that's a little short. but if this jackpot gets to $1.5 to $1.6 billion, this is going to pay off and you can make your money back. >> really? >> a couple of problems. a couple of problems. first, let me get to it. you have to live in a state that doesn't have state income tax. two, almost impossible to get out there and buy 292 million tickets and, yes, george. >> what if more than one person wins? >> you're in trouble. that's the other thing. always, george. george, don't you of the union to go to or something, man? geez. >> that blew that theory right out of the water. my question was more about can you carry the two -- >> i'm done with y'all. man, i'm done with y'all.
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oh, this is one for the ages. kenyon drake, alabama, 95-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter. and the last little stretch he dives into the end zone. and they defeat clemson, handing clemson its only loss of the season. and joining us now is kenyon. he is there in -- >> he likes seeing it again. he's smiling. >> have you been to bed at all? have you gotten any rest, kenyon, since the game? >> not really. i got a little bit of sleep when i went upstairs, but probably only like an hour of sleep. >> who wants to sleep? you want to, you know, just congratulations again and again. what was it like, those last few yards when you dove into the end zone? >> i knew i was running out of gas. and i knew i had a defender on
so i just wanted to give my last-ditch effort and dive for the end zone. and luckily, it worked out for the better. >> it surely did. now, we've been saying this is the fourth title for alabama. the last seven years with nick saban. he has five overall as a head coach. what did he tell you guys before the game? and what makes him such a special coach? >> our motto for the entire season is always finish. we came up a little bit short in the ole miss game early in the year. so we understood that it was an elimination game from that point on. so at the end of the day, he always told us, you know, go out and give your best effort and with a coach like coach saban, you always want to lay it out at the end of the day. and we're glad we can be national champions at the end of the day. >> i know, kenyon, that was very special for you and the entire team. you lost a former teammate to a car accident in october. altee.
him. >> yeah, altee was a special individual. always knew how to light up a room any time he came into a room. and to go out there and get this national campship for him when he can never -- he didn't get it. but thank you, he did a great job and, you know -- >> they're telling you to wrap. i'm sorry. and the mascot, too. tell the mascot we said thank you for getting up. congratulations. roll tide. >> congratulations, guys. well deserved. >> so excited for you guys. thank you very much.deserved. >> so excited for you guys. thank you very much. objects often seemed... intimidating. doing something simple... meant enduring a lot of pain. if ra is changing your view of everyday things orencia may help. orencia works differently by targeting a source of ra early in the inflammation process. for many, orencia provides long-term relief
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the country star taking heat from fans for his new romance accused of going hollywood with girlfriend gwen stefani. what he's saying about his incredible year. i'm on top of the world time to clear your mind and reboot your soul this morning as we go inside the meditation craze. millions of americans already doing it. now deepak chopra and i'm going to bring along my very own teacher, sharing their secrets to living healthier and happier. we're putting you on the path to feeling better starting now. and it's one pretty little morning. the all-star cast of the one of the biggest hits on tv is here live. get ready for the "pretty little liars" as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. i know that amy's daughters are very excited. >> they're not excited because i didn't let them come to work
>> oh! the excitement is about "pretty little liars." live opening up about the big winter premiere tonight. of it. tonight. ava has been talking about it for like a week now. >> our house, too. also this morning, the big, new headline about do they really live up to their labels? we have some surprising new research coming up. also, if you're one of the millions who shop online for groceries, we'll tell you which delivery service is the best value for you. and how all the prices stack up. we'll have that coming up. okay, that's coming up. now amy working her way to the desk and she has the morning rundown. >> i am. good morning, everyone. the big story, a deadly bombing at one of europe's most popular tourist destinations. at least ten people have been killed after an explosion ripped through an historic area of istanbul, turkey, not far from the iconic blue mosque. most of the victims are german tourists. authorities say the suicide
with ties to isis. back here at home, hillary clinton is breaking ranks with president obama on immigration. clinton's reaction was at first reserved when the obama administration began rounding up illegal immigrants for deportation. but she came out against the raids last night during a forum in iowa. bernie sanders immediately denounced those raids when they first began. well, donald trump took another jab at hillary clinton last night, asking how she could be in such a close race with bernie sanders who isn't even a democrat? trump claimed he, quote, hasn't even started going after clinton. for now trump has his own challenge, though, in iowa where polls show him neck and neck with ted cruz. well, lawyers for bill cosby have filed a motion to dismiss the indecent assault charges against him in pennsylvania. they claim the prosecutor is violating a 10-year-old agreement not to bring criminal charges against cosby if he testified in the civil case involving the same accuser. cosby is due in court again early next month. and in medical news, there are new doubts about the
a study conducted by consumerlab.com found nearly 1 out of 3 multivitamins failed to live up to the claims on their labels. and while some of the supplements were lacking in nutritional content, others exceeded the levels tolerable for the body. a new warning from the american heart association. it says drinking just one sugary soft drink each day can add to your belly fat even if it doesn't increase your overall weight. that fat is the most dangerous because it wraps around internal organs and raises the risk of heart attack and stroke. and finally imagine parking your car without even being in the driver's seat. apparently it's now possible. a software upgrade now allows tesla cars to park and unpark themselves. not only can the car pull itself into your garage at the push of park by itself, and perhaps the best part, it can drive right up to you in a parking lot. it's kind of like a valet parking without having to tip the valet. the future is here, robin.
and i know you have a lot of interest in this next story, as well, because there is a big headline about mammogram recommendations. new advice from a major group of experts that could affect when women in their 40s begin getting screened. we have abc's chief women's health correspondent dr. jen ashton here to explain. so, what is different today? >> so, robin, we're seeing the final guidelines. this is just by one group. trust me, there are other groups and they will be weighing in again. but the big change here from the u.s. preventive service task force is really a softening up for recommendations in their 40s. what they're saying is for women with average risks, start screening at 50. screen every other year. and that screening really isn't recommended for most women over the age of 74. this is exactly what they said in 2009. the difference here is more a woman's choice in the 40 to 49-year-old age group and shared decision-making between that woman and her health care provider or doctor. >> every woman has to make the decision that's best for her, and men are diagnosed with breast cancer, as well. >> absolutely.
frustration that why can't the experts be in agreement? >> absolutely, and i share that frustration as a woman and as a physician, but this is a very complex issue because there are a lot of specialists that need to weigh in here. and there are not just medical and scientific issues but there are ethical and social and political and economic issues. and the goal here is trying to find that sweet spot, robin, between risk and benefit and not just in saving lives but in improving women's quality of
life, as well. >> how about health insurance coverage and the mammogram -- and this new guideline? is this going to -- this is going to complicate things. >> i think so. only time will tell how that will bear out. i will tell you ironically women who have insurance because i have patients with insurance and without insurance -- often have less choice in making decisions about whether or not something will be covered. the one issue here is that congress did pass a bill with a rider that extends coverage through the year 2017. what happens after that, we'll
>> give us your bottom line. >> you owe, i'm a board certified ob/gyn. and i follow the acog recommendations. start at 40. but what i worry about is this term, average risk. because we know the majority of breast cancer is diagnosed in women who were average until they get that phone call. so while it's important to crunch numbers and analyze statistics, there are actual women's lives that i am responsible for and that will always come first for me. >> i know that it will, jen. thank you so much. you know, once again, people are going to be peppering you with questions and you'll be on twitter and take your questions throughout the morning, you can tweet her @drjashton or go to "gma's" facebook page. lara? >> thank you so much, robin. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." country star blake shelton taking a little heat for his romance with gwen stefani. what he has to say about that. then we have a parenting alert for you about teens who try too hard to fit in and what you can do about it. plus, we're going inside the meditation craze. deepak chopra is with us sharing his secrets.
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hey hey i'm getting some advice here. but we're also back with blake shelton. the country music star sending a message to online critics of his relationship with gwen stefani. reena ninan here with the details. >> good morning to you. you know, he has never been shy about turning to social media to take on the tabloids or even negative comments online, and once again blake shelton is standing his ground. >> blake.
blake shelton breaking out with an aggressive tweet monday to his over 15 million followers. hey, haters, i'm having an incredible 2016 so far. then just minutes later, yee haww. life is short, friends and if you only learn one thing from me, let it be this. take no [ bleep ]. so what's happening with blake? >> it's very obvious that blake is in love. he's really proud of his new relationship. and he's been flaunting it. both by being seen in public and all over social media. >> reporter: after his divorce from country music star miranda lambert last july, he's been called out for supposedly going hollywood by his country fans. "you used to be such a good hollywood hit you and, man, it leaves some disappointed. that's all." his hilarious response, "just sitting here in a tree thinking about the fact that i've gone hollywood". >> blake is kind of saying it's my life and i'm happy. >> reporter: yet life seems to be very good for the 6'5"
star gwen stefani has been very public since they announced it in november. and even sending each other flirty tweets like, "blake shelton, you're so funny and cute." spotted in nashville at a wedding for shelton's hairstylist. and just last week after he won a people's choice award stefani tweeted, wow, #everybodylovesblake. meanwhile, his ex-wife miranda is basking in her new romance and rang in the new year with with southern soul singer anderson east. >> miranda, blake and all the partners have seemed to move on. it's just the fans, they really liked blake and miranda as a couple. and it's going to take them some time to accept blake and gwen as a couple. >> reporter: and no matter what happens this year, we all know that when the drama of heartbreak comes fantastic songs. and blake shelton starts his concert tour next month.
just a few days ago, #writingasongaboutacowboy. take that. >> reena, good to see you. buying your groceries online and skipping the store is on the rise. sales expected to top more than $13 billion for 2015. with so many companies fighting for your dollar, even big players like amazon are jumping in the online grocery game. we wanted to see how their prices stack up this morning, and abc's rebecca jarvis has your price check. >> reporter: it's breakfast time at my house, and the deliveries are coming in. thank you. to see how different online grocery services stack up, we placed orders for the exact same breakfast items from four different companies at the exact same time. peapod, freshdirect, amazon fresh, the market leaders and start-up instacart. consumer expert lisa lee freeman with me to break down our buys. you can really compare prices with these sites. >> you can very easily find out who's got the best deals. >> reporter: check it out.
four different prices for the same box of cheerios. amazonfresh, $3.54. peapod, $4.79. instacart, $5.49. and freshdirect, $5.99. a difference of more than $2 price, and for these paper $4 between the lowest and on our particular shopping day, the prices on most of our choices at amazonfresh were generally the lowest and freshdirect's generally the highest. freshdirect told us "our focus is on high-quality fresh food and solutions. and we offer approximately 500 grocery deals per week." but with online grocery shopping, you pay for more than just the cost of the items. >> with amazon you're going to pay a $299 annual membership fee. now, that includes your prime, but you really got to think about whether you're going to use the service enough to make it worthwhile. >> reporter: while the other services don't require a
charge delivery fees. lisa also points out with online services, you may not be able to get the in-store sale price. instacart charged us $4.49 for this loaf of bread. but when we checked in the store, the price was $2.99. instacart told us retailers may the store. and others only on instacart. >> it's going to be different for everyone's shopping list. >> reporter: freeman says, to save money, compare prices to your local grocery store. service. amazonfresh. for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> and as you can see, we had a delivery during the piece. around the country, so you need to do your homework to make sure remember. having your grocery list stored since you're not shopping in the store, you won't be making those that checkout counter --
pretty impulsive to just click the button. >> i know. >> because i need a candy bar right now. >> you said you would never? >> no, i've never, ever, ever ordered online before, because i think it's peaceful to walk through a supermarket. i like looking -- >> peaceful? that's not how i would describe shopping. >> the gender thing. >> i love shopping too but online is pretty convenient. >> you pay for convenience. >> certain items like i don't know about -- >> staples like that but meat and vegetables, i sort of want to see them. >> lara. >> thank you, guys. we're going to move on to a parenting alert about a phenomenon that's called camouflaging. it's where teens try too hard to it's a story we first saw in "teen vogue." take a look. >> why do i even bother telling you anything? >> reporter: sometimes teenage girls just need to be heard. >> you're ruining my life! >> reporter: but this morning, it's what they aren't saying that's getting the attention. camouflaging, as it's known, was coined by psychologist dr. joann
issue of "teen vogue." it's when young girls go to extremes, changing or downplaying how they express themselves in order to fit in. >> it specifically refers to when young women sort of shed some of their individuality, could be in their looks, behavior, words, actions so that they blend in more with their peers. >> reporter: it's an issue many tween and teen girls are facing, like 12-year-old amanda, from pennsylvania. >> i wanted to say something, and then i didn't say it because i felt like everyone was just going to judge me. >> reporter: also, 17-year-old mireya from chicago. >> i found myself either dumbing myself down, demoting my intelligence or how i spoke to other people to fit in. >> over time someone who camouflages a lot can lose sight of their authentic self. >> reporter: and now mireya amanda say instead of blending in, they're working hard to stand out. hoping other girls will do the same. >> and today, i'm confident. today i'm brave.
and just saying those things make you realize that you are confident. that you are brave. >> reporter: so here now with how you can help your teens, vanessa schenck, founder of the tia girls club. and we both said, vanessa. we did it. it didn't have a name, but i think it's a phenomenon that's been going on for a long time. how can parents tell if their daughters are camouflaging? >> well, camouflaging is exactly what it sounds like, so it's hiding who you are to blend in with those around you. so, if your daughter is doing anything that is out of character, you know, if she is -- >> if she's embarrassed to be smart. >> if she's embarrassed to be smart. if she wears glasses and she walked into a classroom and takes the glasses off because none of her friends are wearing glasses. or the friends that she wants to be friends with aren't wearing glasses and she puts them in her
>> that's a minor example but a watch. >> yes. >> so, what do you want to say to say to young girls or, you still might be doing it? >> you know, everybody does it keeping your voice alive and keeping your authentic self alive, and your self-esteem who you are and being proud of >> yeah, because it's a bad habit. if you start to camouflage then and then how do -- where does the line separate from who i was and who i am? >> well, when you start to camouflage you have a loss of self-esteem, and when you have a loss of self-esteem, you feel unworthy, and so a lot of things happen where, you know, you enter into self-destructive behavior. and that can be anything from dating the wrong type of boys, to eating disorders, to cutting. so it's really important that you keep your self-esteem in a healthy place. >> i'm glad you put a name to it and that we're talking about it. it is really important. >> yes. >> we got to just embrace the person that we are. >> yes. >> vanessa, thank you very much. and you can check out the article, "teen vogue's" february
now. we do want to head outside right now for sam and a look at the weather. >> hey, laura, we're embracing because it's cold out here. from atlanta, all the way to -- am i right, wisconsin? >> yes. >> tell me your name. >> judy. >> who do you want to say hi to? >> i want to say hi to my husband rick. >> hi, rick. >> and other family in wisconsin. triplets back there watching. >> i know they're inside because it is cold in wisconsin. but let's talk about the west coast this morning right now. so, l.a., all the way from san diego, surf's up, boys and girls. get out there. it's about eight to ten feet. but a little bit north of that, san francisco, you're in for about a half an inch, medford, it will come in with a whole lot of rain. it'll be a player moving across the country, could bring ice thursday night chicagoland, detroit. start thinking about that. as we watch these systems move in from the west. cool in nashville this morning. orlando, gorgeous. dallas, 62 degrees.
all right, everybody. where are we going now? >> all: lara. >> thank you, sam. sam, that's so funny you mention that. come on in here, sam. we're going to get some "pop news" started and we're going to talk to sam about a little something coming up. but i do want to start with this. you hear this song "start me up" and that's what mick jagger's former partner of more than 22 years is probably saying this morning. jerry hall may be feeling pretty
engagement ring with another rock star of sorts. >> of sorts. >> he's a rock star in a very >> dollar and cents way. >> big dollar and cents way. the couple made the announcement monday in a london newspaper. it's been a whirlwind of a romance, four months together, the couple were spotted on the this weekend. and the multibillionaire popped the question out in l.a. over the weekend. a spokesperson said "they have loved these past months together. they're thrilled to be getting married, and they're excited about their future." >> they look happy. >> they look very happy. >> you know what, live. >> the number one thing you want to look for is love. if you get it, get it. good. >> that's right. life is short. and enjoy it. listen, i know you've been gone for awhile. >> yes, ma'am. >> but i just want to say, it's only four letters. l-a-r-a. >> what did i say? >> roll it. >> hey, laura, we're embracing jaws 'cause it's cold out here. >> i did not. no, i did not.
what day was that? what day is it now? >> roll it. >> hey, laura, we're embracing just because it's cold out here. >> just now. >> as in like five minutes ago. >> i just want to die. >> sam champion and i have worked together since 1995. >> i just want to die. since 1990 -- oh, no. it's not like i -- oh, no. >> so, anyway -- >> is that why george was giving me this smile when i walked in? did you know i was going to be -- >> i didn't know it was going to be that great. >> oh. >> i did not. >> since we have run out of time for "pop news," with a little tutorial on names, i will finish by giving you a treat. yes. >> okay. >> most of us cut into pizza the same way. how do you cut your pizza, sam? >> he's going to kiss you. >> oh. it's okay. >> i'm so sorry. >> listen, it's okay, john. john, it's okay. >> thank you.
atlanta -- >> we have pizza for you guys because there's a new way to cut it. scientists have created the perfect slice. some people want more crust, some people just like the toppings in the middle. this is a scientific way to cut your pizza. i'm sure i've run out of time. can grab a piece. if you do these kind of curved lines like that, yeah, and like that, and then you cut each in half of these in half, you allegedly get 12 identically sized pieces and you can choose crust or no crust. this is a scientific finding published in a magazine. >> science! >> this is science, america. and this is free tet pizza. that. and, john, we're going to go back. >> i will never live that down.
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everybody is out. yeah. >> yeah. >> my sister dorothy is going this year. i'm bringing my sister dorothy this year. the oscars, she's never been. >> so nice. you and i have been to an oscar or two. >> again and again -- >> it never gets old. now to our -- time for our we boot camp and clearing away mental roadblocks that could stop you from having your best 2016. it's been a big part of my life and have to thank you, george. you introduced to our teacher. >> helps so much and it has been life-changing. >> relax, take a deep breath. and scream. [ screaming ] >> yes, screaming or releasing frustration is actually preparation for this class at l.a.'s unplugged medication studio.
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suggests that meditation can lower your blood pressure, boost your immune system, reduce the release of stress hormones in your brain. >> reporter: dan harris wrote a book about it. >> everybody's life is a mix of good and bad and what meditation has helped me do and i think can it help a lot of people do is be more appreciative of the good and less overwhelmed with the bad. >> reporter: so i got to thinking about my own journey with meditation and caught up with my teacher bob roth. the first time i remember doing it with you, oh, i felt the full experience. the colors and i'm like, oh, my god, fantastic. then you send me on my way and i'm doing it at home and it's not working or i feel it's not working. come back to you for a refresher and i'll never forget what you shared with me to help me understand, share that with us now. >> it's a beautiful thing. a physicist in india who caught me to teach i was one time with a reporter and the reporter
on the surface and some meditations seem deeper. are the deeper ones better, he said, no, they're both equally good and the reporter said how is that possible. ma ha-- there's no perfect meditation. it is what it is and sometimes we settle and sometimes we're more on the surface but we get wet. >> i have found i am more aware of those stressful moments that are still going to happen even after meditation, but my reaction to them, i recognize them and i just am at a peaceful state. >> what was your worry or what were you thinking before you started? >> i think like a lot of people, bob, that i'm not going to be able to do it. i can't quiet my mind of the you said to me, of course, you can't. >> nobody can. >> once you say that and you realize recognize the thought and push it out and if it comes back in -- >> let it go. >> right. >> let it go.
i feel so at peace right now and in part because guru meditator deepak chopra, he is here with us in our studio, sam. he has a new book out called "super genes" and a man who many see as the first to introduce them to meditating. deepak, thanks for being here. you know there are so many people that just say, you know, it's elusive, i can't do this. how do you make them understand the benefits of it and that they can? >> as we show in "super genes" meditations changes the gene expression. so within one week of meditation you see a 40% increase in the enzyme call enzyme that is an anti-aging enzyme. all those that are responsible for healing go up sometimes 17-fold. all the genes responsible for inflammation go down, inflammation is associated with
this is at the genetic level but besides that, it helps you sleep better, improves your relationships, gets rid of stress. >> anti-aging just did it for me. i'll see you tomorrow. so, but most people when they hear your name they think of you as being this guru but take us back to a time before this and then tell me how that changed your life. >> well, i'm 69 now and never been sick, taken medication, been in the hospital but when i was 30 i was a burned out resident in medical institution, i was smoking cigarettes, occasionally getting sloshed and totally stressed and stressing out my patients. when i started meditation i started to lose my cravings and i settled down and i decided i was going to teach it. >> and you have and you've been teaching today. you've been live streaming on our facebook page and we have some questions for you.
>> yeah, so i was meditating earlier this morning. such a beautiful experience. my question for you is how do i quiet all the thoughts that come into my mind from my daily stress that's going on? >> okay, so you don't, okay. you don't worry about that because trying to quiet the thought is a thought in itself. now, we think as long as we are alive if you're not thinking, you're either comatose or dead so you don't try to get rid of thoughts. meditation is two aspects to it. the inward stroke where you go in the direction of your inner being and the outward stroke which is thought and bopping up and down. >> do we have a quick question? >> yes, i really enjoy meditating but i'm such a busy person. what's the best time and place and should you be sitting or lying down? >> sitting is best, if you're lying down you might fall asleep which means you need sleep anyway. but any time is good. any time. anywhere.
>> i have found that on a plane you don't have to be in a certain position. you don't have to -- >> just be comfortable. >> where is jennifer? you've been meditating for quite some time and have a question. >> so i do love meditation and i've been doing it for awhile but sometimes wonder what's next. what would i do? >> let me ask you a question. are you aware? >> i think so. i am. >> who did you consult? >> who did i consult? so now i'm going to ask you the same question. i'm going to ask everybody the same question don't say yes. just wait till i do this and then say yes. are you aware? >> yes. >> so the question are you aware is a thought. the answer yes is a thought. in between is your inner being awareness so now i'll ask the same question are you aware, don't answer.
are you aware. you feel presence? that's you. >> yes. >> i really felt -- >> you can live here. you don't have to live anywhere else in the center of your being and then no matter what the situation is, no matter how chaotic the world is you never lose your peace. you are equanimity. you're grounded here. so try and live here. >> try to live here. those are words to live by. >> in the presence of your being. >> deepak, thank you very much. thank you for livestreaming and helping our viewers at home and here. >> it's been a joy. >> this is great meditation for week for ginger. another check of the weather. >> it's been nice here. show you what's going on. one or two things we wanted to point out this morning. i know it's hard to get -- it's hard to get that rhythm up after this because they'll say wrap in 20 seconds. i know, i'm peaceful.
chicagoland, you're done but now it starts to move in. icy road, louisville, cleveland, 123459ty. icy in these areas. this is a big town, big-time snow for eerie, you're getting it as well, quick look at the nation resettling in the cold air for the eastern half. happens today. real big push. tomorrow morning even into the deep south again. then another one by the time we get into the weekend, out west, more situated a little to the northern area, so you're talking a little more seattle, a little portland, medford, but i would not be surprised to see some coming up as far north as from san francisco. milder, take a look at the area. >> i think is is working. i still feel peaceful. all brought to you by state farm.
ashley, troian bellisario, sasha and welcome, ladies. where are the liars? five years later? what's happened? >> oh, my gosh, they're all over the place and what's happened, out. we've all gone to college, we live in separate cities now. there's new york, boston, california. and where you meet the ladies they're all in their separate tracks and own lives lives a-free lives and alison asks us to come back to roycewood. >> lucy we fupdz out who "a" is. where were you and were you as surprised as everyone else? >> yeah, i think i was along with a few other people i was one of the people that didn't know who -- i think troian bellisario, -- you knew. i like keeping it a secret because i considered it exciting for me but i thought, yeah, i
but marlene king who created our show who is the heart and soul of our show came up with this idea years ago which a lot don't know. i don't know where i was. i think i was in a table read when i found out. >> no. ashley, we have a question for you from a fan on twitter. joey wants to know if you could bring back any character to life who would it be and why? >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, my gosh. >> gees, i probably would say mrs. di lorentis. she is the sweetest person ever and such a good character on the show and amazing actress. i love her. >> i said my daughter could not be here, ava, 13. question for her. she wants to know do you guys set? just like she would. >> that was a really good imper nation. so cute. >> yeah, we do.
much time on set together so we do have our own groups of friends we need to come and see all the time, but, every once in a while we'll get together tore dinner. hear that. sasha, i know a lot of your fans feel strongly about which cups they'd like to see get back together. 45% want kayla and emily and alison, your character so what are the chances emily and alison get back together? >> our creator, marlene, that we were talking about, she describes it really well. obviously she knows more than i do but she always says that emily and alison will always have some sort of flame. there will always be some sort of -- there's always a love there, a special bond. we don't know exactly where she's going to go with it but, you know, there's always hope for emmason. >> our character. >> there will always be
with a new love interest and ends up being engaged and married so you kind of see the alison change. but we always have something special there and i think the fans are still going to enjoy it. >> speaking of love engagement. >> thank you so much. >> beautiful pictures? we wish you the very best. where is that, by the way? it's gorgeous. >> oh, it's in at the peck la. it's in wine country. >> oh, nice place. thank you all very much. very exciting tonight. "pretty little liars" airs tonight at 8 eastern. 7:00 central on freeform. the new name for abc family.
broth diet next. now to part two of our re-boot camp this morning. time to re-boot our bodies and here now is kellyann petrucci. yes. i said it right. i know. the bone broth diet. which you sent me some recently. >> and? >> i was pleasantly surprised. yes, but tell people because it's not con sunmme. >> it's not one you throw in the cart at the store but made from bones of chicken, beef, turkey and simmered for a long period of time and when that happens the magic happens. that's when you get all those nutrients, the protein, the mineral, the amino acids all fuel your body and your broad craves this. >> are you coming in here, sam, everyone. you said you would taste it. >> come on.
>> you snooze, you lose. >> so -- >> double fisted -- >> one is chicken. this is beef. >> very tasty. delicious. >> you know what, also i found it to be very filling. >> it is. >> and that's what makes this so different. that's what makes this diet so different. if there's one thing i want people to understand it's so rich. it's so nourishing that it really does warm you down to your toes and not hungry. you don't drink more water and fills you up. this is even better. it fills you up, no calorie, no carbohydrates. >> any down sides. >> the only thing i can tell you is that if you like soup, this is even better. this is even better. so if you're that type of person who says, you know what, i like soup. this is even better. down side really is i can't think of any. >> it's not salty. this is what i expected.
it with someone with high blood pressure -- >> are we cheering? >> i tried them both. i prefer the chicken. is there a difference in value. >> no, just a milder taste. when you are first starting out, start slow, work your way in and -- he likes the gusto. some recipes in your book. >> we only have 30 seconds left. there's dos and don'ts about food. not depriving but swapping things out. >> it's not about doing without. so i grew up italian. i love pasta. i got to have pasta. zucchini pasta. made with a vegetable shredder. superle simple. easy, very low in calorie. tastes amazing and pizza, you got to know you can have pizza, right. this won't make you feel like you swallowed a bowling ball. >> cauliflower and it's simple. easy, delicious.
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now associate head coach todd simon is taking over for the rest of the season. players say the news took them by surprise, despite the shock the running rebs say they've got their heads in the game. the rebs take on new mexico tonight at the thomas and mack center. this morning there are changes coming to the packed parking situation at u-n-l-v. the university will hold a groundbreaking ceremony today to add over 6-hundred more parking spaces. we originally looked into the parking problem last month. students say whenever there's big event at the thomas and mack the university gives up their spots for event parking! that caused them to be late for class just looking for a parking spot. now the university is delivering on more parking...the ground breaking is scheduled for today. that will add 6-hundred and 10 new parking spaces. those will be located north of tropicana right off maryland parkway. the project will also add space for a new university police