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have a tresk day, everyone. good morning, america. donald trump and hillary clinton in command. winning big on super tuesday. >> we're just having a celebration. >> the gop front-runner raquets up victories in seven states. ted cruz takes three looking to stop the billionaire from making history. >> that would be a disaster for republicans. >> and marco rubio promises to fight to the end. >> the presidency of the united states will never be held by a con artist. >> hillary clinton also a big winner setting her sights on trump. >> this country belongs to all of us, not just those at the top. >> the two front-runners now on for president takes a dramatic turn. also overnight, terrifying twisters threaten voters. at these three tornadoes
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south. now the storm hits the northeast bringing snow and rain to the coast. millions facing a messy commute this morning. >> breaking overnight, rocket man returns. astronaut scott kelly back on earth after an epic 340 days in space. the moment he emerged victorious from this capsule and how all that time out of this world may do some good here on earth. >> we do say good morning, america. huge wins overnight for both hillary clinton and donald trump. the two front-runners each winning seven states on super tuesday. >> donald trump claims victory all over the map. all the way from arkansas to massachusetts and also got support from all kinds of gop voters, but his success now threatens to split that party as democrats begin to unify behind hillary clinton, her seven wins over bernie sanders included a giant victory in texas. she built up a big lead in that
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this could set up an epic battle by november. >> it could. our team covering every angle. we begin with abc's tom llamas outside of trump tower here in new york. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. such an incredible night, not exactly a trump tidal wave but the rookie politician winning a majority of the states last night, this as more and more in the gop are saying if someone is going to beat trump, other candidates need to drop out. overnight, donald trump going from being the front-runner to appearing unstoppable. >> this isn't like it's a close match. i mean it's only too bad that winner didn't take all because if winner took all this thing is over. we're just having a celebration. >> trump soaking up huge super tuesday wins all over the map. his victory party in a familiar place, a room filled with cameras and reporters beaming out live from his florida mar-a-lago resort.
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almost nobody thought could be done and i'm very proud of it. i am a unifier. >> trump introduced by husband new super fan, new jersey governor chris christie. the internet exploding with the new political tag team. >> the american people are listening to him and he is bringing the country together. that, ladies and gentlemen, is not a campaign, it's a movement. >> reporter: trump so confident he would win, he didn't spend any part of super tuesday in a super tuesday state. but he took almost every one of them. record turnout in virginia, so many voters there that one county ran out of ballots. >> we have expanded the republican party. >> reporter: but not all republicans want trump as their candidate. new money and staffing going into an anti-trump super pac that's even hired jeb bush's former communications director to stop trump. and in texas and oklahoma voters supported senator ted cruz over trump. cruz speaking to george after his win. >> well, george, tonight was a
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we had major victories in texas, which as you know is the crown jewel of super tuesday, the most delegates of any one state. a lot of republicans view it if we nominate donald trump it'll be a disaster for republicans and a disaster for the country and what i think we saw tonight and what i hope we'll see in the days to come is republicans unifying and coming together. >> reporter: senator rubio with a desperately needed victory in minnesota, saying he will stop trump in florida. rubio's home state. >> two weeks from tonight, right here in florida, we are going to send a message loud and clear. that the party of lincoln and reagan and the presidency of the united states will never be held by a con artist. >> reporter: now senator rubio and governor kasich both campaigning in michigan. cruz campaigning in kansas and a big winner, donald trump, taking the day off. tomorrow a big gop debate. it'll be the first time trump
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off on a debate stage again. george and robin. >> high stakes at that one, as well. >> right. >> we move on to the democrats. they are rallying behind hillary clinton after she sweeps through super tuesday with wins in seven states. that could mean the beginning of the end for the bernie sanders' crusade and abc's cecilia vega is at clinton headquarters in brooklyn with the latest. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. there is celebrating this morning inside the clinton campaign as hillary clinton takes one step closer to securing this nomination, but for bernie sanders, while his chances now look weaker, he remains defiant. for hillary clinton it truly was a super tuesday. >> thank you all so much. >> reporter: overnight the democratic front-runner declaring victory with big wins in several delegate rich states. >> we have to make america whole. we have to fill in. [ cheers and applause ] fill in what's been hollowed out. >> all: usa, usa. >> reporter: clinton also not so
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front-runner donald trump. >> now, it might be unusual as i've said before for a presidential candidate to say this, but i'm going to keep saying it, i believe what we need in america today is more love and kindness. instead of building walls, we're going to break down barriers. >> reporter: her democratic sentiments. >> when we bring our people together, when we do not allow the donald trumps of the world to divide us up. >> reporter: bernie sanders feeling as confident as ever in his home state of vermont winning there by a landslide. >> it is good to be home. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: sanders capping off the night by breaking out in song on stage. this land is your land this land is my land >> reporter: defiant about the future of his campaign. >> you're going to see a lot of
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these are not -- this is not a general election. it's not winner take all. >> reporter: now, hillary clinton's team is not ready to say this outright -- this nomination is theirs outright for the taking they do believe they could have it locked up by mid-march but here's the thing, bernie sanders' camp agrees with that timetable. they think that's when he'll have this nomination locked up, robin. >> all right, cecilia, thank you. abc's jon karl is here now with more on where things stand for both the republicans and democrats after super tuesday and, jon, let's start with donald trump. where does he stand as far as winning the nomination? how far? >> reporter: well, robin, it's not over yet but well on his way to clinching the nomination. tension states compared to four for ted cruz. one for marco rubio. of course, what really matters is delegates and here's where that stands, donald trump, 279 delegates, much more than ted cruz or marco rubio and a lot
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allocated based on last night's voting. even when that is over, he needs 1,237 to win. he has to get to all the way there. the accounting from last night he'll be less than a third of what he needs to clinch which makes the next two weeks crucial. look at the states voting over the next two weeks, florida, winner take all, the biggest prize, ohio, winner take all. big contest in michigan, in illinois. now, if donald trump can sweep those states, robin, it's over. he will have gotten -- he will have guaranteed he'll have the nomination. >> a lot can happen over the next two weeks. as far as hillary clinton is concerned what is her path? >> reporter: well, hillary clinton looks a lot like donald trump except stronger. look at the states she's won. twice as many as bernie sanders. but, again, it comes down to delegates and hillary clinton's delegate lead is much bigger than donald trump's. she already has a thousand delegates compared to only 376 for bernie sanders. they need more on the democratic
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way to clinching the nomination. >> all right, jon, thanks very much. george. >> okay, robin. jon will join us here with matthew dowd, donna brazile and let's begin with donald trump. you got to take a breath here, matthew dowd, and donald trump said it himself right there. he said not many predicted he would get here right now. he is just about to complete a hostile takeover of the republican party. >> it's absolutely a hostile takeover. it is not only did people say he wouldn't win any primaries or caucuses he's won ten of them and one of the things i was struck about as we watch that, every single person last night in their victory speech was talking about donald trump including donald trump and this is still a race that's being defined in many ways on both sides by donald trump. >> that's right and meanwhile, jon karl, you were alluding to it right there, the fact all of his opposition stays in last night despite the fact he wins in seven states gives him a much more clearer path going forward. >> he wins twice, by getting all east delegates but guaranteeing the opposition remains divided.
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like and the others will acknowledge this to you privately their only hope of stopping donald trump is making sure he doesn't get a majority into the convention, in other words, trying to defeat him through a contested convention, something we haven't seen in a long time and would be a very steep climb. >> that would definitely split the republican party. meanwhile, donna brazile, as i was saying earlier, democrats appear to be now unifying behind hillary clinton. >> of course, the democratic party will come together but this is going to be a race that will probably go till june. bernie sanders has not just money, but he has a message that resonates with a vast majority of democrats. hillary will begin to consolidate huge states like ohio, like illinois, like michigan but bernie sanders will be able to pick up states like kansas and nebraska so this movement will go toward june. >> it already has people talking about the potential matchup between donald trump and hillary clinton in the fall and some democrats say, oh, no, this will
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he'll mobilize latinos and african-american african-americans. others say, no, he'll open up places like ohio, michigan to the republicans. >> i don't think this is a slafk dunk. so many said don't nom date donald trump because he's get beaten badly. both parties are go to nominate very flawed candidates who are going to go against each other in a titanic race of outsider, ultimate insider. >> democrats gearing up, donna brazile. >> no question that donald trump will pose a threat to the republicans but i think he has to win the civil war before he can face a challenger who can build a fire wall with minorities and women and that's the key to winning this. >> one more beat on that scene last night. donald trump didn't have a victory rally last night. had a press conference with chris christie right behind him which did set as tom llamas said the internet on fire. >> it looked to me like chris christie was the sleeper agent in "manchurian candidate." you don't want to show him the
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>> looking for the door. he needs an exit training from the donald trump campaign. >> i don't know. we'll see. thank you all very much. let's go to robin. >> thank you. late night for you and our team. now to that severe weather overnight affecting voters across the south. at least three reported tornadoes tearing through alabama. abc's steve osunsami is on the ground there in bessemer with the latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. it got so frightening here last night at nearby polling places they had to stop the voting until the storm passed and here's why. take a look. the winds were strong enough to knock off a section of this home and send pieces of the roof into the neighbor's yard. just after supper whatting looked like a tornado struck families south of birmingham. >> happened mighty quick when you don't have much time to think. >> reporter: at least four were seriously hurt and the winds were well over 60 miles an hour.
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>> it was just so shocked at what had happened. >> reporter: the high winds knocked this steeple right off this church. power crews had to work through the night. here's the same storm system in nebraska monday. this strong microburst created blinding conditions that forced drivers off the road. in the midwest it's heavy snowfall leading to one wreck after another. police in wisconsin alone have seen nearly 100 accidents. they're slipping and sliding in michigan too. at chicago o'hare they're sliding off the runways, a private jet slipped in the snow and an american airlines jet slid while taxiing. it had to be towed back to the terminal. here in alabama, authorities overnight were going door to door checking on families. this morning, everyone is accounted for. robin. >> that's great news. steve, thank you. we turn to amy with the morning's other top headlines starting with a train derailment overnight. >> that's right, robin.
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a freight train carrying hazardous liquids derailed south of buffalo, new york, along lake erie. 15 cars came off the track and one was leaking ethanol which is highly volatile. that leak is now contained. there were no immediate records of injuries. and a developing story out of iraq right now. "the new york times" reporting that u.s. special operations forces have captured an isis operative who is described as a significant figure in the organization. he is reportedly being questioned at a temporary detention facility. overnight apple filed a formal appeal protesting a court order to unlock the san bernardino shooter's iphone. on capitol hill tuesday fbi director james comey admitted agents made a mistake when they tried to reset the password for syed farook's icloud which locked them out of the account. unclear if apple's appeal will delay a court hearing on the issue set for march 2nd. meanwhile, a senior executive at facebook has been arrested in brazil for not turning over data about suspects
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police say the suspect's communicated using an app that facebook owns. and a heart-stopping moment in china. take a look. that is a toddler falling out of a moving van in the middle of a busy road. the driver apparently unaware that the child fell out. he ran after the van, people in the car behind rescued the boy. caught up with his grandfather and we show you this video because amazingly this toddler was not injured. finally a different kind of thrill for people who are not afraid of heights. take a look at a glass slide like this one that is being built on the side of the u.s. bank tower in los angeles which happens to be the tallest building on the west coast. you'll be able to slide down from the 70th floor to the 69th floor with nothing but glass below and just for 8 bucks and also on the 70th floor there is a bar opening so maybe liquid courage will help you slide down. >> why? why? >> it does beg the question why.
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>> 70th floor, glass and a bar. what could go wrong? >> do the math. thanks, amy. all right now to rocket man scott kelly finally back on earth this morning after spending nearly a year in space. the astronaut logging almost 144 million miles sharing thousands of photos on twitter along the way. abc's david kerley has the latest on kelly's epic journey. >> reporter: overnight -- >> descent rate of 80 meters per second. >> reporter: -- the russian soyuz capsule touches down. >> scott kelly back on mother earth. >> reporter: commander scott kelly is lifted out of the capsule by the straps on the back of his suit because of all that time in space. as he's carried to a chair pumping his fists, two thumbs up and a peace sign. he reportedly asked why everyone is bundled up saying the air feels good. the first time he's felt earth's air for 340 days. by the numbers, nearly 5500 orbits with 2 sunrises and 2
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almost 144 million miles equal to the moon and back 300 times. one of the purposes of the mission, measuring the effects of space on the body. >> there are the things you can't see like bone loss and effects of radiation on you at a genetic level. >> reporter: that's right. he's a lab rat. while in space muscles shrink, eyesight can get worse because of pressure changes and the spine stretches making you up to 3% taller. how will they measure all that? by testing his twin, of course, former astronaut mark. so a battery of medical tests ahead and now memories and pictures, the astronaut who tweeted, my last sunrise and follow me as i rediscover earth. >> a successful landing today. >> reporter: is on his way home, houston. david kerley, abc news, washington. >> welcome home. >> welcome home. space. >> what did he say about getting
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the storm hitting the northeast making for a messy commute. >> if scott were still up there he would be taking sweet pictures. this is radar with storms now
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that's been a so, a big change on the east coast from this morning to tonight. winter not quite over but next week we are warming up. will feel like spring across most of the country. >> can we get that in writing? >> over the old hump. >> don't put me on a limb like that. >> coming up on "gma," erin andrews back on the stand facing grueling cross-examination of the impact that stalker had on
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good morning. it's 7:24 on this wednesday, march 2 n. i'm lori stokes. looking at the latest headlines for you. it may be the third time will be the charm for royal caribbean's anthem of the seas. passengers arrived in bayonne at 6:00 this morning after the cruise ship cut short yet another voyage due to rough weather in the atlantic. but this trip was also complicated by a norovirus outbreak. however, royal caribbean says
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decision to return. its next trip begins on friday. a couple is due in court today to face charges in a hit and run that killed a 7-year- old girl. fabbian rodriguez is accused of driving an suv that hit sheyla pichardo and her mother in west new york on monday. surveillance cameras caught the crash as it happened. the suv stopped, a passenger got out, then both left the scene. rodriguez' girlfriend, joanna roses-alvarez is charge with hindering apprehension. hazmat crews have contained the cargo leaking from a dangerous train derailment upstate. it is in the town of ripley in far southwestern new york approximately 17 cars of the norfolk southern train derailed and at least two of those cars were hauling ethanol. the two cars started leaking and at least 45 nearby homes had to be evacuated. it is 7:25.
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let's get a check on your morning commute now with heather o'rourke. heather. >>reporter: hi, lori. we'll talk about our subway status. d trains we have police activity at 145th street, so downtown local only tremont avenue into 145th street. 30 minutes inbound george washington bridge, the lincoln is 45. the holland is a 30-minute delay. 78 we still have this crash westbound side right near route 287. we did have a medivac helicopter land on the roadway to remove the injured passengers, but the accident is still being cleared and the deegan south at van courtland park another crash. street cleaning rules are in lori, back to you. >> all right, thank you, heather. and we're in for a rainy morning. meteorologist bill evans has all the details in the exclusive accuweather forecast >> that's right. and the rain is starting to slowly work its way through the area now, head out east. our temperature here at 7:00 has been around 51. and we're going to be looking
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mass week wa to hauppauge and northport, 51 to 48 from the city down the jersey shore. so we are looking at that rain that has pushed eastward into suffolk county now. we'll have sunshine breaking out, temperatures will just keep dropping all day long. it'll feel like the 30s this afternoon. it's colder tomorrow, some snow showers friday morning. lori. >> all right, bill, thank you. that'll do it for us. coming up on "good morning
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welcome back to "gma." you are looking at the "anthem of the seas" right now. just moments ago it pulled back into port back in new jersey forced to turn around for the second time in a month after a powerful new storm and, get this, an outbreak of the norovirus that threatened the ship's trip. also right now donald trump and hillary clinton both celebrating big victories on super tuesday. the front-runners winning contests in seven states each. trump now calling himself a unifyier and clinton saying she wants to make america whole again. the rolling stones announcing they're going to perform a free concert in havana in march 25th, the rolling stones and president obama saying he'll attend the major league baseball there in cuba. >> that is going to be something. michael strahan is back here. steph curry, just shattering
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>> they may have to change the rules of the game of basketball to possibly make it a little more challenging for steph curry. we have that coming up. >> the three-pointer is nothing for him. he just drains it. >> i've been practicing myself. >> i may see that later. >> i'll keep my day job. >> you have a few of thoses. >> oh, yeah. we begin with the latest on the erin andrews trial, the "dancing with the stars" host facing an intense cross-examination in her $75 million lawsuit against the hotel and stalker who posted a nude video of her online as the defense argues it did not hurt her career. abc's eva pilgrim covering the trial in nashville for us. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the defense is expected to continue calling witnesses this morning, people who worked with erin andrews before and after a stalker posted a naked video of her on the internet. a second emotional day on the stand for erin andrews. >> do you believe you will ever
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>> reporter: the popular sportscaster and "dancing with the stars" co-host detailing how her life has changed since a stalker posted a naked video of her on the internet. >> i cover the peephole and then i do a check of the room. i will look everywhere, i look for lights, i look for red lights. i look to see if there's cameras, i check the bed, i check the alarm clock, i check the phone. >> reporter: but of athe tears a grueling cross-examination. >> you have done very well in your career since 2009. >> yes. >> reporter: attorneys for the marriott hotel andrews is suing arguing the nude recordings have not had a negative impact on her career. >> you also got an endorsement for reebok. >> yes. >> you also got an endorsement for degree anti-perspirant. >> yes. >> you also got an endorsement for diet mountain dew. >> yes. >> you also got an endorsement for florida orange juice. >> yes. >> reporter: andrews going after
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her michael david barrett and the hotel asking for $75 million. claiming the hotel made it easy for barrett to film her as she got out of the shower naked. the marriott maintains barrett is a criminal who tricked them into gaining access. >> mr. barrett has testified that there were some 10, 15 other women that he also stalked. >> reporter: andrews says while her career has done well since the video's release her personal life continues to be a struggle. she says she worries about the day she has to explain that video to her future children. >> what happens when my kids home from school and they say, kids are saying you're naked on the internet. that's something always in my mind and i'll always have to tell my kids mommy didn't do anything wrong. >> reporter: this case could be in the hands of the jury by the end of the week. robin. >> we'll see. all right, eva, thank you. we bring in sunny hostin to talk about this.
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>> i think she's doing very well. she has to prove to the jury that she's suffering from severe and permanent emotional distress so she has to explain to the jury that this has had an extreme effect upon her and she is, i think, exhibiting that on the witness stand. the question in my mind is will the jury sympathize with her? will they relate to that story but she's sort of, i think, explaining every woman's nightmare. we have anxiety dreams where we show up naked. she is saying everyone has seen her naked and will continue to see her naked. i think that could resonate with some of the jurors. >> in the cross-examination they went after her hard saying, hey, this has not hurt you. how do you think that's going to play with the jair. >> i think that's a really important part of it because she has to prove that has affected her earnings. the bottom line is many people believe that she has been more successful after the leaking of the video. >> should that matter at all. >> it will matter. i do believe it will matter and,
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this, you know, post-kim kardashian world where you do become famous sometimes because of leaked. >> reporter:s and so i wonder if the jurors will think, well, you've become more famous because of this. how has this really injured you? and that is a question that many, many people have. >> i know you're doing a lot of talking down there and you have an idea about the makeup of the jury which could go a long way in deciding the case. >> is this generational? will there be younger people on the jury that don't empathize with her. >> let me add my welcome to abc -- i should say welcome back to abc. >> thank you so much, robin. >> thanks, guys. we move on to new developments in that wild car chase in southern california where a man kidnapped his ex-girlfriend and their two kids, took them on a scary ride but didn't get far before police tracked him down and secured him after a standoff. abc's kayna whitworth has the details. >> reporter: this morning, fugitive thomas ueno behind bars spending nearly two days on the
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bizarre chase and standoff in southern california. the chase putting local neighborhoods on high alert. >> it's very unsettling. we don't have anything like this really happening. >> reporter: police say the 35-year-old violated a restraining order and was holding his former girlfriend and their two young boys inside this vehicle. the suv weaving slowly through traffic for more than two hours across three major highways, finally coming to a stop but the standoff not over. ueno talking to negotiators on his cell phone getting in and out of the vehicle several times sometimes with the children. then nearly six hours after the ordeal began as police close in, ueno makes a break for it. police firing nonlethal rounds. >> all of a sudden seven or eight shots ring out and the suspect in a hoodie comes running up towards me and says
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the cover of darkness and heavy fog he ran through this brush and escaped up the hill. almost 48 hours later and more than 30 miles away, ueno caught by police now facing multiple charges including domestic violence and child endangerment. for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> ooh. >> that was really something. coming up here the miniseries bringing the trial of the century back to life. kris jenner speaking out about the o.j. simpson case and revealing how o.j. reached out to her after the murders. later this morning how safe is your home? what we discover when we put a gopro on a toddler. that's later. 7 days ago, karen wasn't thinking about joining her daughter's yoga class. she was thinking about her joints. but now that she's taking osteo bi-flex, she's noticing a real difference in her joint comfort. with continued use, it supports increased flexibility over time. karen: "she's single." it also supports wonderfully high levels of humiliation in her daughter.
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jason... get in the side-car. alright. it is 7:41. we are back now with the trial of the century. the new miniseries "american crime story" the people versus o.j. simpson capturing the nation's attention and this morning kris jenner is speaking out about what really happened
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haunt her. abc's ryan smith is here with more. good morning to you, ryan. >> good morning, lara. "american crime story" is a huge hit especially with viewers barely old enough to remember that trial. but for those who lived through it like kris jenner, the pain of that time and that trial still difficult to bear. it's the star-studded miniseries bringing the so-called trial of the century back to life for millions of viewers since its premiere. >> absolutely 100% not guilty. >> reporter: fx's "american crime story" thrusting back into the notlight the familiar faces of the trial against o.j. simpson for the murders of ron goldman and nicole brown simpson. kris jenner played by selma blair. >> i can't believe she's gone. >> reporter: jenner now the matriarch of the kardashian empire was one of nicole brown simpson's closest friends now speaking out about the aftermath of the killings when o.j. reached out to her. >> he called moo he a few times
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and explain how he felt. >> reporter: revealing details on "ellen" about the abuse nicole allegedly suffered at the hands of o.j. >> i didn't know that there was abuse until we heard and saw, you know, saw the whole thing unfold like everybody else. she and i were supposed to have lunch the next day, the day after she was murdered and she said she wanted to show me some things, that's probably what she wanted to reveal to me that next day, which broke my heart because i always feel horrible that i didn't pay enough attention. >> reporter: the kardashian and simpson families were close. seen here vacationing together, young kim at the far right, jenner's late ex-husband robert kardashian was part of o.j.'s dream team of lawyers. >> it was very difficult because my ex-husband was on one side and, you know, i was kind of on the other. the kids were in the middle and it was trying to explain this to
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called and, you know, i lost -- everybody lost so much that night. >> reporter: jenner finding out about nicole brown simpson's death from nicole's mom. as for o.j. jenner said she knew him since she was 17 meeting him when she met her ex-husband and back then he was like a big brother to her and she stresses that was a long, long time ago,. >> thanks, ryan. the ultimate game changer, is steph curry so good at basketball they may actually have to change the rules for him? the "dancing with the stars" romance, kym and robert join us live with the latest on their engagement. we knew it, didn't we? >> we did.
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can't touch this can't touch this. that's right. nba star steph curry is revolutionizing the game of basketball and he is so good in fact that some people are now saying the rules snead to change. too easy for him and abc's t.j. hoeps is here with more. >> you know it's one thing on tv to shoot threes. from where you're sitting the three-point line is 23.9 feet of that's right here but he's
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that's as far as we can go but now some people want to move that line back to his range because it's now too easy for one man. >> what about everybody else? >> they don't care about anybody else obviously. >> he's the reigning mvp and nba champion leading the way in what many are calling the three-point revolution. >> bang, bang, oh, what a shot from curry. >> reporter: changing the game as we know it. curry leads the growing trend for perimeter shooting breaking the record he set himself last year causing mavericks owner mark cuban to call for the nba to move the three-point line. >> curry fires away. >> reporter: but for a man would can make a shot 60 feet from the basket. >> and he got it! >> reporter: the three-point line is just child's play. >> curry, another three. >> reporter: his record-breaking season has led many to believe curry's greatness can only be compared to other ledge i
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and babe ruth. everybody is so worked up. >> come on. >> but some perspective here. who was the other point guard that revolutionized basketball? magic, magic johnson. magic in his career did not make as many threes as steph curry is going to make this year. >> okay. >> wow! >> year. and steph curry, he's taking more than anybody but making more than anybody but changing the game in that you are better off shooting 35% from three than you are 50% from two. you can change the game. more kids will be 6'2". >> a lot of numbers floating around here. >> you can't move back on the baseline or you're shooting from out of bound. >> thank you very much. coming up "gma's" kicked up sides brought to you by las
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things. good morning. it's 7:56 on this wednesday, march 2nd. i'm lori stokes. looking at the latest headlines for you. a former nypd officer working in texas has been killed in a shootout. 29-year-old david hofer and his partner were called to a park in the town of euless yesterday. when they arrived, a suspect then started shooting, prompting officers to fire back. well, the gunman was killed, officer hofer died during surgery. hofer joined new york's police force in 2009. he left for texas in 2014. a temporary deal has been approved to send more than 1,000 nonessential employees back to work in paterson. the mayor and city council reached an agreement at a meeting last night. reports say that those workers will return to their jobs today. the deal keeps them on the job at least for a month. let's check in now on your morning commute with heather o'rourke. heather. >>reporter: we have some delays at the airports, lori, especially if you are flying into laguardia. so if you're going to pick
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delays on arrivals, jfk, newark, they are running on or close to schedule. d trains you have police activity at 145th street, so downtown you're local only tremont avenue to 145th street. and then you also have problems with the d trains at 71st street. so expect some delays there. 30 minutes inbound george washington bridge, 45 at the lincoln tunnel. the holland tunnel is a 30- minute delay. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. lori, back to you. >> all right. thank you, heather. let's check in on the accuweather forecast with bill evans. >> well, we have sunshine, as you can see, blue skies and our camera bouncing around here. going to be very windy. your 8:00 temperature now 47 degrees. we've drop 4 degrees in just one hour. so we're looking at 48 around northport and massapequa. we're looking at 48 degrees out across the eastern end of long island where the last of the showers are from riverhead to the hamptons to orient point and arn the marrichs. sun will break out there in an hour. we'll have a lot of sunshine today, but temperatures dropping like a rock. it's going to feel like the 30s
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some snow on friday morning. lori. >> all right. thank you, bill. coming up on "good morning america," the first cast member of the new season of "dancing with the stars" will be revealed liv attention parents: before school this september all kids entering 7th and 12th grades must get the meningococcal vaccine. it protects against serious and sometimes deadly diseases like meningitis. call your health care provider today.
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xt "good morning america," it's 8:00 a.m. hillary clinton and donald trump take super tuesday after millions of americans go to the polls. trump scores seven states, cruz gets three. clinton rolls to major victories in seven, as well. the race between the front-runners heats up. i think i want to marry you in love and engaged. >> oh, my gosh. i hit the jackpot. >> the shark and the dancer get ready to say, i do. robert and kym opening up for the first time since he popped the question and they both join us live this morning. if i could turn back time >> good-bye, under eye bags, the videos taking over your facebook feed showing amazing results in a matter of minutes, can a new cream really banish your under eye bags? we're trying it out here live. and how safe is your home?
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to see how much trouble he can get into from the dishwasher to the fridge, the surprising disasters that could be big dangers. dr. besser revealing what you need to childroof right now. all that ahead, as we say -- >> good morning, america. don't you dare look back keep your eyes on me i said shut up and dance >> good morning, america. happy wednesday. how about robert and kym right there? they looked awfully happy. >> we'll learn all about their engagement. >> speaking of big "dancing with the stars" news this morning we'll reveal the first member of the new cast exclusively here on "gma." the countdown clock is ticking and the mystery dancer is right behind -- right behind that wall right there. do you have a clue. >> we got a clue. listen to the song we're playing right now. do you hear it? let's just say it's going to be
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>> which one? we've got to have -- >> i didn't get the clue. >> good. you'll have to watch the unveiling. >> no. also i'm very excited. also coming up, a lot of people counting down to this. you know target for its big collaborations with high-end designers at a very affordable price. a brand-new one about to be announced. we're revealing it this hour and here's another hint i probably won't get. both jackie kennedy and carrie bradshaw love this brand. any ideas. >> none. >> there you go. >> we move on to the latest in the race for the white house. big night last night, donald trump and hillary clinton both won big on super tuesday. seven states each, the most pivotal day of voting between now and november. abc's cecilia vega has more from clinton headquarters in brooklyn, new york, good morning, vail. >> reporter: george, good morning to you and they are celebrating here this morning. super tuesday giving hillary clinton that commanding lead
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securing this nomination, but let's take a look at that map. seven states as you said for hillary clinton overnight, a big victory, alabama, arkansas, georgia, massachusetts, tennessee, texas and virginia and for sanders four of those state, colorado, minnesota, oklahoma and, of course, his home state of vermont. hillary clinton crushing bernie sanders in those southern states fueled in part by her support, overwhelming support from minority voters and she is already looking ahead to what comes next, that victory party held last night in florida, one of the big states on the calendar coming up that she wants to win and she now has her sights set on donald trump as you can hear from her big victory speech. take a listen. >> instead of building walls we're going to break down barriers and build ladders of opportunity and empowerment so every american can live up to his or her potential because
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live up to its full potential too. >> reporter: but bernie sanders is not giving up. he is defiant this morning vowing to take his campaign all the way to the convention, robin and george and so far he's raising a lot of cash to do it. >> he is raising a lot. >> they have a couple more debates to go. donald trump dominating super tuesday winning 7 of the 11 races as marco rubio and ted cruz try to gain ground and stop his momentum. abc's tom llamas is outside trump tower here in new york with more. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, this morning donald trump has more than momentum, he has victories and more importantly he has delegates, a huge chunk and though senator ted cruz did win in texas, alaska and oklahoma and senator rubio won in minnesota, right now rubio, cruz and even governor john kasich are in a circular firing squad peeling votes away from each other and trump just keeps growing and stronger and stronger and won all over the map and took a shot at senator
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them, rubio and trump were in a heated war of words all of last week. here's what trump had to say last night. >> well, look, i always liked marco until a week ago when he decided to go hostile. he decided to become don rickles, okay, but don rickles has a lot more talent and honestly i always did like him but he became -- somebody told him you're losing very badly, the only way you can possibly win, take the hail mary, they called it a hail mary the folks in the back and go hostile. it's hurt him. >> reporter: now they're still waiting on that hail mary pass. rubio and cruz made it clear if donald trump cannot be beaten right now in this process they will take the fight to the convention floor. robin. >> all right, and the next gop debate is tomorrow night on fox. we turn to amy with the morning rundown. hey there in good morning. we begin with those powerful storms roaring across the southeast. at least three reported towards
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seriously injuring at least four people. winds topping 60 miles an hour damaged more than a dozen homes tearing the steeple off a church. conditions were so bad super tuesday voting was briefly halted in some areas. well, a developing story overseas right now, investigators are trying to determine if a piece of debris found along the coast of africa is from malaysia airlines flight 370. that flight disappeared from the radar two years ago with 239 people on board. the search for the wreckage continues in the indian ocean. the new debris was found off the coast of mozambique. there had no confirmation yet that it is from that plane, last summer a piece of the wing was found in the same area of the indian ocean. well, overnight astronaut scott kelly returned to earth after 340 days in space. he gave a thumbs up after landing in kazakhstan. he will be reunited with his family late tonight in houston. that's a double thumbs up. a high school teacher in south carolina is fighting to
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stole her cell phone and shared a semi nude photo of her with the class. leann arthur said the school district forced her to resign and blamed her for leaving the phone unlocked on her desk. the photo was also posted on social media. the student has not been disciplined. well, there is new proof that genes may be as much to blame for gray hair as your age. researchers have isolated a gene that appears to contribute to the cellular process that gad wally causes the loss of pigment that gives hair its color. scientists say the silver lining there is that this could one day help them develop a drug to prevent gray hair. if you shop at whole foods you may have some contaminated cheese in your refrigerator. whole foods is recalling maytag bleu cheese after listeria was found in some samples. so far no illnesses have been reported. a record setting delivery for a california super mom. take a look at her.
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a sheepdog named stella gave birth to a huge litter, 17 puppies all at once. it's believed to be the largest litter ever from that breed. as incredible as the number of puppies, it's remarkable that they all survived. they're about a month old and doing great. the owner plans to have most of them adopted by neighboring farms and delivered the first two on her own and then she needed some help, so the vet said the puppies just kept coming and coming and coming and coming. they were all -- >> 17? >> 17. >> they look like little sheep. >> they're so cute. they'll be herding them soon. >> thank you, amy. michael. thank you, robin. 17 puppies is a lot of puppies. what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." in love and engaged, robert and kym joining us with all the details about how he popped the question. we can't wait to hear that. could a cream turn back time on the bags under your eyes? in two minutes we try it out
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on season 20 of "dancing with the stars" when the savvy shark first met the ballroom stunner paired as partners on the dance floor. >> this is not reality. this must be a dream. >> if we win, this is yours. >> there you go. >> oh, my gosh. i hit the jackpot. >> "shark tank" star and businessman robert herjavec and two-time mirror ball champ kym johnson announcing their engagement in weekend. johnson posting on instagram i'm the luckiest girl in the world because the love of my life asked me to marry him and i said yes. >> the chemistry you have is incredible. >> reporter: rumors swirled about their status throughout the season. >> i love you. >> the pair finished in sixth place. >> robert and kym. >> still keeping an air of mystery right after being booted. >> you may not won a mirror ball trophy but i'm suspecting you won someone's heart. >> tom, i'm not sure i feel that way about you. >> but now the couple has been
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a year. herjavec popping the question with a more than six-carat engagement ring and while they didn't walk away with a muirirror ball they will be dancing all the way to the altar, the happy couple joins us, kym johnson and robert herjavec. congratulations you two. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> now, kym, take us back. we want you to set the scene for us. how did robert pop the question? >> oh, well, he had been acting a little strange, i have to say, all week. and he had these -- you know, the day that we did it, he had these flowers all set up in the house and we went up to the rooftop and there was a swan and the ring and -- >> kym has a thing for swans. >> so it was very romantic, very sweet and he got down on his knee and proposed. it was beautiful. and then we ended up going back
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surprise party when i opened the door and my mom was there as well. she came over from australia. >> nice. >> it was just a really magical night. >> a surprise party all set up. >> yeah. robert, you must have known what the answers with going to be but this is very elaborate. how long did it take you to set it up. >> a long time. i didn't let anybody know until a week before because i'm bad at surprised and was afraid i would met it up. crying. i asked a third time and she didn't say anything and i said this is getting a little awkward but she said yes finally. >> oh, of course, she did. you know, when we were watching at home watching the couples on "dancing with the stars," over the years everybody is always said, oh, they're -- thinking that they're a couple. you truly became one. >> yeah. >> right there.
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>> as soon as i walked in it was obvious that kym really wanted to be with me. >> absolutely. >> oh, my gosh. no, so not true. so not true. no. >> we were there to do "dancing with the stars" and it was a really nice way to meet, obviously we had so much fun dancing together and i remember you asked me on a date sort of a month into it. and i said -- i said yes to start off with and i thought about it throughout the day and i didn't -- i thought, i can't do it. i don't want to mix it so at the end of rehearsal i can't and i left and i think -- >> i had this whole plan we were going to go for dinner, the whole nine yards thinking about it then she just comes up and goes, oh, by the way, tonight, i can't go and walks out the door. >> but then we went on another date a couple weeks later and that worked out. >> your perseverance paid off, robert. >> we're very happy for both of you and wish you both the best.
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choreograph an incredible first dance. >> so much pressure. >> but, congratulations. >> congratulations, guys. >> thank you. all right, now it is time to turn back time. oh, yeah, we love playing that song. the cream that claims to be an instant solution for erasing bags under your eyes. you see the videos there. these are videos of the product that are racking up hundreds of thousands of views online. we're about to see how well it works live here in studio but first abc's juju chang is here with more. good morning, juju. >> well, good morning, amy. you know, aside from wrinkles they are the telltale signs of aging, dark circles, puffy bag, thank god for concealer and for those who stayed up till the wee hours for super tuesday coverage, george, this morning is a doozy. what if you could get rid of the droop in a matter of minutes? i know, i'm skeptical. they are the videos that seem to be taking over my facebook feed. men and women erasing dark,
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they aren't using botox or going under the knife as if by magic or air brush, it all happens in front of your eyes in as little as two minutes. the time lapsed video start with an application of an eye cream under just one eye. and then the timer begins. as the scream dries sometimes with the help of a fan or a waiving hand, the under eye bags completely disappearing. the difference between one side and the other remarkable. the videos appearing too impressive to be real. but are they? it's time we find out. >> okay, here's the thing i usually dismiss these types of claims as exaggerations but these videos are everywhere and i kept going, this can't be real. how do i do it now i'm totally riveted to see if it really works. >> strictly for journalistic reasons. joining me now board certified dermatologist dr. whitney bowe will help juju and the rest of
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she's been applying the cream. we'll time it to see how long it takes effect. while we're watching what causes bags under eyes to form in the first place. >> so, take a look at this. so as we age, the fat pad under the eye, it actually herniates or pooches through, very much the way a hernia does in the gut so basically the internal lid structures that normally hold those fat pads in place, they get looser and then they bulge out, those fat pads and that's what people see as an under eye bag and it just makes you look tired. >> how did these products work? they claim they make the fat pats disappear. is that the case. >> think about a chinese finger trap. so the bamboo is woven in such a way that it tightens as you pull. now, very similarly the molecules in these creeps weave together tightly as they dry on the skin creating that smooth contour underneath the eye. it's like wearing an invisible film that temporarily tightens the skin like spanx or spandex.
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what ingredients should you be looking for for under eye cream. >> the main one is from silicates. as they mix with glycerin it creates a paste that dries on the skin and gives you lifting, tightening, pulling effect. other ingredients to look for are caffeine, constricts blood vessels, hyaloronic acid, anti-ox dabtss neutralize free radicals and peptides trigger collagen formation to thicken the skin. >> we saw the flit screen before and after the eye cream and it really does look like it makes a big difference. >> my goodness, the catch is, it will only last a couple of hours. >> you told her not to smile. >> when it dries you have to hold skill and that is key or else it doesn't set properly. >> then how long does it last? >> a couple of hours. >> all right. so she's good for a couple of hours. it's no long term but looks good for now. you look amazing.
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thank you, juju and outside to rob. >> hey, these guys are fired up. a beautiful morning to start but things will change in a hurry
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the entire e . >> back inside to lara. >> thank you very much. "pop news" begins with some movie news. harvey weinstein is hoping to supersize his oscar chances next year. 'already thinking about it. moving up the release of two big movies that he has high hopes for. the first is a biopic based on mcdonald's founder ray kroc and it is coming out sooner to make room for "the lion" which sounds like an award winning recipe about an indian boy who gets lost on a train and tries to find his family, 25 years later that stars rooney mara and dev patel. the founder will be played by michael keaton. here's what happened when i asked him about "spotlight" on sunday's red carpet. love this movie. love the ensemble. >> yeah, great cast. good movie. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> it was all right. >> i was here last year. i just -- the only movies i do are best picture nominees.
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>> "birdman" two years ago, "spotlight." >> he's on fire and harvey is going to try to keep that roll going. the story of ray kroc. there's a lot of twists and turns and it's actually a very controversial film. >> ooh. >> very interesting. we will find out in august. also in "pop news" this morning, there's a little bit of a fast food theme this morning. something to cluck about. chick-fil-a is helping parents better communicate with their kids at dinnertime or any time, by offering what they're calling cell phone coops, diners in the restaurant are being encouraged to turn them silent and place them in the coop on the table. if the foaps stay in the box are to the entire meal it's a challenge, diners are rewarded with a free ice cream dessert. >> free ice cream. >> the only way my kids would do that if great idea. >> no-brainer. >> we love this. the coops are the brainchild of williams who owns two chick-fil-as in georgia. they're spreading now to more
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>> that needs to transfer to home. >> so funny that you said that. the gentleman that started it said i hope this creates a new habit. >> as long as we're not having ice cream every night for din sfler have to make sure you have ice cream in the freezer. finally in our fast food morning, big news for fans of big sandwiches. get out the tape measure and get your upon's worth. you can thank a group of angry customers who took the sandwich chain to court claiming their foot long did not live up to that 12-inch claim and subway agreed to take steps including a measuring device -- george, why are you laughing, to ensure -- >> the guys are laughing. >> as advertising -- that's so weird. why would all the guys be laughing? anyway they've agreed to pay legal -- >> $5 foot long. >> so subway will pay legal fees plus -- >> lara is power through it. >> $500 to each of the people headed up the lawsuit, a lawyer
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it was difficult to prove monetary damages because everybody ate the evidence. >> oh. >> so many side jokes that aren't appropriate for television. >> the big finish. >> i was trying so hard not to focus on the whole size thick that i decided -- >> we have children here in the audience. >> did you notice, i remained composed? >> you're a pro. >> and also have the first new
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>> yes. s4 bt`n6c\ tt2watu# s4 "a`n&o8 tt2watu# s4 bm`n-d4 tt4watu# s4 " dzlq wfd tt4watu# s4 " enlq 'b$ tt4watu# s4 " gzl& >e\ good morning. it's 8:27 this wednesday, march 2nd. i'm ken rosato. topping headlines at this hour, it maybe the third time will be charmt for royal caribbean's anthem of the seas. passengers arriveed in bayonne at 6:00 this morning after the cruise ship cut short yet another voyage due to rough weather in the atlantic. now, this trip was also complicate by a norovirus outbreak. the ship's next trip due to begin on friday. a former nypd officer working in texas has been killed in a shootout. david hofer an his partner were called to a park in the town of euless yesterday. when they arrived, a suspect started shooting and the officers returned fire. the gunman was killed. officer hofer later died at a hospital. hofer joined new york's police force in 2009. he left for texas in 2014. mayor bill de blasio and police commissioner william bratton will share a subway ride today to prove it's safe.
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to transit headquarters in downtown brooklyn. they'll also discuss the deployment of more police officers throughout the subway system. they insist it is the safest system in the world despite the recent slashing incidents. when we come back, we'll take a look at the morning 8:28. we check the commute with heather. >>reporter: hi, ken. we do have this problem here, the whitestone bridge going up into the bronx. we have an accident in the process of being cleared. george washington bridge 30 minutes inbound, the lincoln is 45, the holland is a 30-minute
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78 as you go onto the westbound side, getting into route 287, this accident is in the process of being cleared away. 40-minute arrival delays at laguardia. so if you're going to pick somebody up, get in touch with their carrier. scwrrveg and newark saying they're on or close. our street cleaning rules are in effect. ken, back to you. >> heather, thank you. meteorologist bill evans with the hump day outlook and the accuweather forecast. >> well, it looks nice outside. we got bright sunshine, a temperature of 47 degrees. it is going to be a very nice day but it's going to get chilly and it's windy, so dress warmly. down to 34 now in monticello, 46 kingston, poughkeepsie. 41 newburgh. temperatures dropping now and will keep dropping through the afternoon down to about 40 or 42 degrees by the time we get to the evening. so the last of the showers are out toward the hamptons. they'll be gone in an hour. and we're looking looking at the sun breaking out. lots of sun this afternoon but windy and chilly. chilly tomorrow an then we're looking at some snow showers that will be here on friday. probably a coating to as much as an inch to the south.
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commute don't you dare look back we welcome you back to "gma" moment as way from revealing the first cast member of the new "dancing with the stars" season. >> she can move. >> uh-huh. >> yes, she can. speak of dancing we have more exciting news this morning. "modern family" hyland is joining the cast of "dirty dancing." it's a three-hour musical event, it will star debra messing, abby grail breslin and more. >> good case. >> nobody puts baby in the corner. >> that's right. >> i love that line. i love that line. george, you've changed. >> i know. well, it's hard to cross your legs -- not a lot of legroom. >> well, you know, george was up late with super tuesday so he was here till 2:00 in the morning so we'll hold down the fort. clues all morning and have fallen short of lara. time to show who's making season
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>> a cast member of "full house." >> come on out, jodie sweetin. >> hi. >> hi, jodie. >> good morning. >> nice moves back there. >> thank you. i was doing everything -- i was like, all right, let's make it good. >> looked really good. >> we're going to talk to you in a moment. first we want to share your journey with everybody. here you go. >> now it's time for me to step up. >> steph. >> no, i am clearing my schedule and i'm moving in with my sister. >> reporter: she is reprising her role as stephanie tanner in the new netflix series "fuller house." >> surprise. >> for eight seasons jodie sweetin played the middle sister. >> how rude. >> on the hit abc show "full house." about an unconventional family. everywhere you look >> now after overcoming some rough life battles and starting a family of her own, sweeten is returning to the spotlight. >> i changed so many of her diapers i feel like there were two of her.
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footsteps of her tv big sister, candace cameron bure ray. they can feel it all over >> where did you learn those moves? >> oh, i watch didn't every week. >> sweetin' is joining season 22 of "dancing with the stars." >> hey. >> yes. >> go, girl. >> wow. >> you're going to do just fine. >> right. >> so, you have turned it down in the past. why. >> i would have loved to in the past but it was a huge scheduling conflict with "fuller house" at the time so i wasn't able to do it but i'm a huge fan of the show. >> we can see with val. that had to help too when you were dancing with him on the show. >> it did. it did. i love this. i want to do this. i want to do this for sure. so it definitely helped set things up. >> does dancing come naturally to you. it certainly looks like it does. >> i've always loved to dance. stephanie was a dancer on the show growing up. i danced growing up. not as much as i would have liked to.
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professional but i have some experience. i have some rhythm. i think i'll be okay. >> can you tell us who your dance partner is. >> i can. i'm dancing with keo. >> oh. >> going to be great together. >> yeah. >> how far into rehearsals are you? >> we have just had the first couple days, so -- >> how does it feel? >> it's so fun. it's so fun. we got through some basic moves of like several different styles of dance and just had a lot of fun with it. he and i get along well and he's so excited that maybe he'll have a chance to make it past week three or four. >> he's had some bad luck sfles's a phenomenal dancer. >> i can't help but notice -- >> the engagement. >> yes. >> your fiance knows you'll be spending a lot of time. >> he does and is incredibly supportive and asked me, show me your moves. no, i -- >> oh. >> i'm tired. >> your kids are excited. >> they are.
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them because they're 8 and 5 so they're sort of untrustworthy with secrets so i haven't told them -- i was like, mommy might do this little dancing show thing but now i can go home and be like, yeah, yeah, here's pictures and all the stuff and they'll come to rehearsals and tapings. >> they'll be so proud of you. >> mostly they'll like the costumes. >> exactly. >> is candace giving you tips. >> she has -- she's been really great and excited for me and has shared with me that this is going to be one of the most exciting overwhelming like physically and mentally demanding things i'll ever do but it's worth it. >> i think you've already been dancing. >> the episode, not just "fuller house" but back in the day. >> oh, yes. >> lookie. >> yes. >> yes. >> got to find a way to incorporate that. >> i almost wore that this morning.
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yeah, that would have been awkward. >> we just wanted to remind you. >> oh, no, i remember that episode well because i loved that dress and when they -- i had to change into the little shorts outfit i had a total meltdown. the only -- i don't want to change. i love my dress. >> you're having like an ethel merriman moment. >> that's when they told me. sing like ethel merriman. i don't know who ethel merriman is -- >> classically trained. >> obviously, i was, you know, those moves were -- whoo. >> well, all the best to you, jodie. >> thank you very much, i'm so excited. and i'm finally glad that i can say something because i've been keeping it bottled up. >> thanks for sharing that with us. >> the big "dancing with the stars" season 22 cast reveal will be live on "gma" next tuesday, march 8 season 22 of "dancing with the stars" premieres on march 21st right here on abc. >> where does the time go? >> we know some of the others. >> yes, we do. we have to wait. >> so excited.
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now we have an important parenting alert about making sure your kids are safe while they're at home. there are a lot of hidden dangers right around the corner and abc news chief health and medical editor dr. richard besser is going to show us what kind of trouble your kids can get into if you're not careful. >> 15-month-old jagger, this little guy with the big hair makes it his mission to get into things. all day. every day. >> the cabinet, the dishwasher, the toilet, he'll try to climb into the tub. >> reporter: erin and her husband have all the safety locks to keep him out of the cabinets, the trash, even the toilet and it's a good thing because homes are full of dangers you may not have thought about. >> keep out of reach of children. that's you. if you didn't lock things up what would happen? >> our house would be a disaster disaster. >> reporter: so we took the child locks off the kitchen cabinet, outfitted jagger with a gopro and let him roam free.
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he quickly gets into the cabinets and drawers. he even emptied the fridge with a little help but there are things he can get into by himself. one big danger, an unsecured dishwasher. this is like a playground for him. >> this is his favorite playground. >> it took him about three seconds to get into this. >> reporter: the dishwasher door can bump a child's head and provides easy access to sharp knives and detergent broncos dangerous. dishwasher detergent packs look similar to laundry packs which resemble candy and injured hundreds of children. another danger, batteries. not to the mouth. that's what the little ones do. >> yep. >> reporter: 20,000 button battery ingestions between 1997 and 2010. tiny lithium batteries that when swallowed get stuck in the throat. saliva triggers a chemical reaction that can burn the esophagus. make sure batteries are locked up where a child can't get to them.
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mouthwash. inactive ingredient alcohol, 21%. so that's 40 proof. >> that's a lot of alcohol. >> reporter: alcohol can cause alcohol poisoning so keeping these out of the reach of our child can save your little one's life ensuring that little people like jagger can continue to destroy cabinets for many years to come. for "good morning america," dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. >> some things you might not have thought of. thanks to dr. besser for that. back outside to rob. >> hey, what's going on? just hanging out. she says i'm from texas.
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people from brooklyn, i'm just >> and this young lady, i asked where you're from and she said. >> new jersey. >> you said jersey. you left the new part out. this weathercast brought to you by m&ms. >> from jersey. i always like your sock game. you bring the sock game. >> yeah. >> liner. >> trying to pop color. when you get tired in the morning you look down and wake up. >> we'll talk fashion. coming up, target is known for its amazing collaborations. we're exclusively revealing a
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great prices. well, we're about to reveal their newest collaboration in just a moment but first jesse is here with a look at some of target's most popular partnerships in the past. hey, jess. >> you know, over the years designer collections have helped turn the big retailer from target into tar-jay. they always follow the anoujsment of a new partnership and it's about to happen again. it's a holiday for fashionistas everywhere like when lilly pulitzer collaborated with team bull's-eye. >> a frenzy. shoppers flooding stores. >> reporter: and this morning target announcing he can collusively on "gma" their latest and brightest design partner. >> our team literally scours the world. this year we traveled to finland to partner up with an incredible brand marimekko. >> the finnish designer that catapulted into high fashion after jackie kennedy donned their pink shift on the cover of
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on carrie brad somehow's loyalty as well. >> it's known for bright and bold colors and beautiful print and pattern and well designed products. >> reporter: taking their inspiration from the eternal summers of finland from swimwear to beach accessories to hammocks and paddle boards. >> outdoor play. the one word that would encapsulate this collection is joy. it's joyful. and maybe two happiness. >> and if this partnership is anything like the ones in previous years, there will be a lot of joy and happiness for target. lara. >> thank you so much, jess. joining us now with a look at some of the new items, julie guggemos, senior vp of design's development, marimekko. >> i'm so excited to share this collection with you. it is all about play. >> it's play, it's color and i love some of these pieces of the let's start with outdoor.
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vibrant patterns. >> the paddle board is my favorite. it's a paddle board and will be a standout on the water with this great bold print. it's amazing. >> how much is that. >> it's $499. it's our most expensive item. >> in the actual collection? the whole collection. >> it's a great, great value. >> if you don't want to paddle on this. >> the raft. i love the tent. i know kids will find it to be their absolute favorite. it's designed for outside. >> so it can live, doesn't have to worry about rain. >> not at all. same goes with the pillows and poofs. incredible games. >> how many different patterns are there in your collection. >> we have about 20 patterns, four color themes. it's really bright. really cheerful and really designed to make people happy, get outside and play. >> and speaking of outdoors let's do a little outdoor dining.
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outdoor collection for summer entertaining and what i love about this, you can see the collection of patterns. >> i love the bright colors. >> great for mixing and matching. cure rate your own look, absolutely and great thing about all of these materials, cannot break them. they're indestructible then the table runner is another one. a print on either side and it's very versatile so you get a two for one look. >> price point on this. >> as low as $8, all the way up to 500 but most pieces, yeah, the paddle board and most pieces are under $50, really great value. we are so passionate about -- >> let's talk fashion before we have to go. our first model. >> all right. so this whole collection -- >> oh, my gosh, i love it. >> black and white. what i love about it, she is sporting our one piece belted swimsuit with a great rash guard which is really important for sun protection.
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get sunburn on your chest. >> one of our body boards great for getting outside. >> second model please, come on out. >> all right, what we have here is a great two-piece, i love the palazzo pant perfect for going to the beach. great cover-up and, again, a fantastic hat so you don't have to worry about your hair which is -- >> i love the black and white. you look very chic. finally, oh, no, who is this beauty. >> shiloh. >> hi, shiloh and shiloh is wearing our black and white patterned suit. we have mini-me versions for all the kids. she looks fantastic. everything is going to look. >> shiloh, give us your big model pose. there you go, girl. >> that's right. >> you look great. >> you look fantastic in your marimekko. thanks for bringing it to "good morning america." >> thank you. >> everybody loves target and it will be available in stores and online april 17th because you know when these things come, they go. >> they go in a day sometimes.
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coming up, emeril spicing up your side dishes and making mac
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our friend emeril lagasse is here kicking it up a notch in the kitchen revealing the secret ingredients in some of his most popular side dishes. welcome, my friend. >> good to be here. thank you. >> good to be here. >> thank you. >> you are a spokesman for las vegas. >> yes. >> and tell me about this vegas event. >> bon appetit's tenth anniversary of the venetian palazzo hotel. grand tasting at caesars palace, a lot of fun, gordon ramsay, giatta, a lot of chefs. really an awesome event and i've been there for over 20 years so, you know, i have four restaurants there. and three on property of the venetian palazzo so we're looking forward to it. it's april 28th to may 1st. >> a lot of great food.
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>> just can't talk about how great the food is because what happens in vegas stays in vegas. >> that's right. >> so let us get cooking. what are you cooking up here. >> we'll do some side dishes and we'll unveil some secret ingredients with this. this s ais a bechamel sauce. we'll add -- this is going to be a mac and cheese. you stir. >> okay. >> and when it starts getting thick, we'll add a little salt and -- >> what is the secret? >> right here, this is the secret. cheese. a lot of cheese. mac and cheese but the secret ingredient basically for this here, okay, is a magical ingredient called truffle oil. smell that. >> smells like truffles. >> isn't it good? >> all right, so we'll add that and what we do, get it inside the casserole and then we'll sprinkle bread crumbs and bake it in the oven about 350 degrees and it looks like that and you can taste that. >> it looks like that? it looks like that.
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>> what do we have next. >> brussels sprouts with almonds and the secret to this is after we saute the brussels sprouts we add the almonds, here it is right here. ah, yeah. maple syrup. >> maple syrup? >> pure maple syrup. >> i would have never come up with that. >> we'll drizzle a little of that and you can taste that just right there. >> okay. >> so then we have brussels awesome. >> whoa. you know what you're doing, man. >> yeah, i mean, okay, so now twice baked potatoes, a great side dish, take it out and now we'll take the potato and add a little cheese, scallion, salt, pepper. we mix all of that in. >> get some butter. >> got to have butter. >> got to have butter. >> butter makes the world go round. >> so we do all that and stuff it back into the potato, pop it with cheese but the magic ingredient for this -- >> bam. >> bacon.
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what can you say? >> that smells good. >> oh, yeah, look at this. then what we'll do is we put it right back in. you get to taste one there. three amazing side dishes for an amazing, amazing event coming up, the tenth las vegas uncorked. you all right, baby? >> that was delicious. oh, man. you know what, you can get the recipes on our website, on yahoo! nobody like emeril. thank you, my friend. we'll be right back, everybody. "gma's" kicked up sides is
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amy, you're enjoying that. >> lara saved me -- i had some truffle oil my face. steals." >> also insta face-lifts. have a great day, everybody. good morning. it's 8:56, this wednesday, march 2 n. i'm ken rosato. and topping headlines at this hour, a couple is due in court today to face charges in a hit and run that killed a 7-year- old girl.
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of driving the suv that hit sheyla pichardo and her mother in west new york monday. surveillance cameras catching the crash as it happened. the suv did stop. a passenger got out and then rodriguez' girlfriend, joanna roses-alvarez who's charged with hindering apprehension. hazmat crews have contained the cargo leaking from a dangerous train derailment upstate. 17 cars of a norfolk southern train derailed in the town of ripley. at least two cars that were leak. evacuated. again, that scene near buffalo has been contained. time now 8:57. we check the commute with >>reporter: hi, ken. we're going to talk about mass transit. we do have issues. northeast corridor in and out of penn station delays because of earlier congestion. and on long island rl, you have a track condition west of jamaica and woodside. so delays expected there as well. metro north is running on or close to schedule. you also have this problem on the deegan south right near van courtland park. that's another accident still being cleared away. some pretty heavy delays. our street cleaning rules are in effect.
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>> heather, thank you. time now to check wednesday's weather. meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast >> well, we are looking at sunshine now and your 9:00 temperature is 44 degrees, down another 3 degrees. so we started the day at 54 and now we're at 44. we're going to be looking at some chilly numbers, 44 monticello, 49 long island, 46 down the shore. we'll have sunshine, we'll see that temperature just continuing to drop. it's going to feel like the 30s to the 20s in evening with that wind. sunshine tomorrow. we're looking at a snowy start to the day on friday with a coating to an inch. ken. >> all right, bill, thank you. that is the news for now.
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