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weather coming up in good morning, america. split decision. donald trump winning big in florida. >> we're going to win, win, which, and we're not stopping. >> and john kasich scoring his first victory in his home state of ohio. >> i will not take the low road to the land. >> as marco rubio drops out. >> it is not god's plan that i be president in 2016 or maybe ever. the race now entering uncharted waters as hillary clinton moves closer to locking up the democratic nomination and takes direct aim at the gop front-runner. >> our commander in chief has to be able to defend our country, not embarrass. >> our team breaks down the winners and losers and donald trump joins us live. and breaking news. president obama announces he's decided who he's nominating for the supreme court. the very latest right now. also breaking overnight,
nine reported tornadoes touch down destroying homes. as hail, lightning and severe storms wreak havoc on roads now there are new warnings out this morning. we do say good morning, america. big night in the race for the white house. both hillary clinton and donald trump winning big. we'll have more on that in just a moment. >> breaking news right now, president obama has just announced he's made his choice for the supreme court. abc's terry moran is at the supreme court with the latest. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, george. well, let the battle begin because that's what it's going to be. at 11:00 in the rose garden president obama will reveal his choice to replace justice antonin scalia who's been the cornerstone of conservatism. the front-runners down to three, sri srinivasan considered the leading choice born in india,
on the appeals court. merrick garland, 63 years old, older than most, the chief judge of the appeals court long seen as a moderate and paul watford, the court's third african-american. in making this, president obama sent an e-mail to his supporters saying he's doing his job and it's time for the senate right across the street here to do theirs. there's little chance of that. this is about to become like everything else a partisan war. george. >> got that right, terry. you'll be anchoring our special coverage. >> 11 o:00 a.m. we want to get to primary results. a strong showing for hillary clinton, the democratic front-runner winning the majority of tuesday's races. her campaign, well, they broke out in song. it goes on and on and on strangers waiting >> and donald trump had a big night too wins at least three states, but john kasich kept his hopes alive by taking all the
ohio, that makes it harder for trump to wrap up the nomination early. >> kasich was in the zone. his campaign sent out this video of him making this shot and, you know, after seeing that we were condering if it was a lucky shot, so we went to the source and this is what we found. he made at least three in a row. his campaign not they're saying this is a whole new ball game and that this race -- >> very good. >> and the knicks are also reaching out. one way or the other he's going to have a job. >> we reached out to the source to make sure. >> all right. we're covering every angle as you can imagine for the race for the white house. we have tom llamas in palm beach, florida, this morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump calls this the biggest story in the wore. a political outsider bringing in new voters winning and knocking off seasoned politicians. now, the field is smaller today, but trump may have to take this
convention floor. donald trump wanted to deliver a knockout employee and overnight he nearly did taking at least three of the five states including tuesday's crown jewel, florida. even trump was shocked. >> nobody has ever, ever in the history of politics received the kind of negative advertising that i have. mostly false, i wouldn't say 100% but about 90%. and you explain it to me because i can't. my numbers went up. i don't understand it. nobody understands it. >> reporter: the trump train ran over the competition everywhere, but ohio. a confetti bomb rained down on ohio governor john kasich after his big win there. >> i will not take the low road to the highest office in the land. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: kasich who has virtually no chance of reaching the number of delegates needed to win the nomination outright is hoping for a contested convention.
i'm going to philadelphia. [ cheers and applause ] and then i'm going -- i don't know -- all over the country, okay. >> reporter: in florida trump's victory silenced senator marco rubio's campaign. >> while we are on the right side, this year, we will not be on the winning side. america is in the middle of a real political storm, a real tsunami and why should have seen it coming. >> reporter: cruz who picked up delegates but no victories call calling on rubio's supporters to come to his side. >> only two campaigns has a plausible path to the nomination, ours and donald trump's. nobody else has any mathematical possibility whatsoever. >> reporter: now donald trump says he'll unify the republican party. there's only one problem. exit polls last night show 44% of non-trump voters say they're not going to vote for him november.
republicans on his side if he wants to beat the democratic nominee. >> many to, thanks. let's talk to mr. trump. he joins us by phone. ahead in missouri as well. how do you wrap this up? >> well, i think they just called missouri. i think we won missouri also, so we had four wins last night which is a great feeling and we just keep going. i mean, it's -- i think we do it before getting to the convention, frankly, i think it shouldn't be that hard. but we -- i think we'll do fantastically in arizona. we have the backing of sheriff joe, popular guy out there and lots of others and i think we'll do very well. >> you still have to win more than half the delegates going forward to wrap it up before the nomination. both your opponents say they can block you before the convention. so what would it mean if you go in with the most delegates but don't get the nomination? >> well, i think that would be very bad for the party. we have people that are, you know, very for vent and they love what we're saying. they're joining the party.
they're some of our biggest fans and this is a great thing. we've brought people into this democracy of ours and it's really an amazing thing to watch. millions and millions of people and that's really the big story. i mean, the big story is how many people are coming to the polls. we're up 70%. some of the states we had 102% increase from what it was four years ago, so there's a tremendous fervor out there and i think the republicans and the leadership of the republicans should grasp it because you're going to win in november if they take advantage of it. if they don't take advantage of it, if they play games, if they say, well, he's 50 votes short and therefore he's not getting it or we're going to give it to somebody that got thrown out of the primary in the second week, you're going to have a problem. there's going to be a tremendous -- there's going to be a tremendous problem, i think. >> what do you say to those four in ten republicans who went to the polls last night and said they would seriously consider a third party if you're the nominee? >> well, i understand what they're saying because it's been
it's been a very nasty campaign and they were with somebody else and the somebody else may not be in the race anymore. and there are a lot of hard feelings and so i understand it, but just let me tell you a third party guarantees not 90% or 99%, 100% that yourdids will win, probably hillary, i guess it's hillary, looks like it if she gets to the starting gate which she probably will, frankly, but it guarantees -- now you have four supreme court judgeships coming up that means they would take over for 50 years probably this country will never be the same and probably will never -- >> should the senate give president obama's choice a hearing? >> no, i don't think so. i think they should do what they're doing and wait till the next president and let the next president pick. i would do -- i would do that. >> finally, mr. trump, you mentioned hillary clinton. she took aim at you last night in her speech and is already looking to the general election. she condemned what she called
said you're not strong, you're wrong. how would you counter that in a general election? >> well, i don't think hillary has the strength or energy to be a great president or to be president. i really don't. i mean, i understand where we're coming from. i understand exactly what i'm saying. she does not have the strength. she does not have the energy and i think she would be not a very good president and i think it would be a big mistake. i think in many ways she'll be an embarrass many. look at what she's going on with her e-mails. she's under federal investigation. i think she would be a major embarrassment for the country. >> thanks for joining us. >> thanks very much. >> george, speaking of hillary clinton, going to the democratic race now and she had a big night overnight. sweeping bernie sanders in at least four of the races. abc's cecilia vega has the latest of the she's also in palm beach, florida, for us, of course, one of the states where clinton was victorious. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning. it was a huge win for hillary clinton and a big blow for bernie sanders.
carry on with this campaign, this win gives clinton the boost she needs to move forward in locking up this nomination. it was a night that had hillary clinton beaming. >> thank you, florida. thank you, north carolina. thank you, ohio. >> reporter: a sweeping win leaving clinton and her supporters looking ahead to one thing. >> we are moving closer to securing the democratic party nomination and winning this election in november. >> reporter: clinton now closer than ever to closing the deal. >> if we win in november, i know our future will be brighter tomorrow than yesterday. >> reporter: the win in ohio surprising even her own campaign. but now she's focused on another rival. >> when we hear a candidate for president call for rounding up 12 million immigrants, banning
united states, when he embraces torture, that doesn't make him strong, it makes him wrong. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: bernie sanders in arizona not once mentioning the loss. >> don't let people tell you that you can't think big. >> reporter: or what comes next. >> you do not have to accept the status quo. >> reporter: clinton telling me she's in no rush to ask him to drop out any time soon. >> it's his campaign to run any way that he chooses. i went all the way to the end against barack obama. i'm not ever going to tell anybody that they should step out. >> reporter: and proof that hillary clinton is already looking ahead to a general election, a new ad that she released in arizona, it's about immigration and robin, i can tell you it features one of her rival, not bernie sanders, but donald trump. >> got that. all right, cecilia, thank you. abc's jon karl joins us with the race on those all-important delegates and, jon, let's start
the results yesterday, how does that change the race? >> well, robin, a huge night for hillary clinton. she won four of the five states, still waiting on missouri and that means she won last night the lion's share of the delegates. look at this, 408 delegates to just 237 for bernie sanders. where does it leave the race now? hillary clinton so far is two-thirds of the way to getting the delegates she needs to clinch the nomination. she is getting close to a mathematical lock on this. bernie sanders would need to win all the remaining states by a landslide to catch up with her. >> as we know, jon, not as clear cut when it comes to the republicans and the delegates. >> not as clear cut but this was also a huge night for donald trump. he's won three of the five states so far, missouri also still close to call. he lost ohio but look at the delegates. the lion's share of the delegates going to donald trump last night. kasich coming in second with 75
so far he has not a big a lead over hillary clinton but more than half the way. as for john kasich, that huge win, you saw the confetti in ohio, he would need, robin, 101% of the remaining delegates to clinch before the convention. 101%. that's hard to do. >> yes, it is. all right, jon, thank you. george. >> okay, here with matthew dowd our political analyst. let's begin with the republicans. donald trump has a clearer path to the nomination. no guarantee though he can get that 1,237. he said he can unite the party. big job. >> huge and as we saw in the exit polls he's got a problem with the non-trump voters. the folk if they were to take out trump are a huge problem. the trump voters, many won't vote for a non-trump candidate. one thing that is fascinating, contested convention we have not seen a second ballot and two things have changed. one, the voters are now involved. no primary the last time we had a contested convention and, two,
a contested convention in this convention is going to be the most unique thing we've ever seen. >> donald trump, if he has the lead and they take it away for him disaster for the party. >> it would be a disaster in cleveland. i think that basically we're at the precipice of the republican party being broken already. >> hillary clinton wrapped this up? >> yes. he got no psychology and energy out this so i think she's well on her way and will be the nominee. >> matthew dowd, thanks very much. back to robin. another big headline, that severe weather slamming the midwest. storms, twisters ripping through the region overnight, 20 million people caught in its path. ginger, of course, is tracking it all for you. >> i start with the picture of the willis tower. lightning striking downtown chicago. at least 50 storm reports from missouri to michigan overnight. overnight, hail, lightning, and tornadoes. >> three vortices on the ground. >> reporter: at least nine reported twisters spinning through iowa and illinois.
nights the horizon in green valley revealing a haunting rotating sky. in springfield, two funnel clouds just hours ago. after a night of severe weather in the prairie state, this morning, officials are still assessing all the damage. winds in excess of 70 miles per hour destroying numerous homes and structures. the severe winds ripping this barn apart. these horses hitting the highway. cars creeping along roads as they take a hammering from golf ball-sized hail. in leroy, illinois, a inch of hail on the ground and fog rolling in making for a ghoulish scene for those still on the road. >> there's nowhere to go to get inside. >> reporter: in iowa, hail hitting so hard, drivers taking shelter. that storm is still creeping to the north and east right now in wisconsin. these things rotate counterclockwise and behind this storm, that's where you'll find the biggest next hazard and that would be wind. some of the gusts with wind
miles per hour, ohio, back to the dakotas. much more coming up. thank you very much. we turn to amy with the morning's other big headlines. and a nightmare for commuters. >> it really is, robin. the second bigiest subway system in the country is shut down, the d.c. metro closed all day for safety inspections nearly nearly 750,000 without a ride to work or school. authorities want to inspect the electric cables in the system blamed for recent fires including that deadly one last year. well, a student from the university of virginia has just been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in north korea. otto warmbier is accused of trying to steal a propaganda banner that was hanging in his hotel. missouri accepted the justice department to overhaul the 'tis force and court system in the wake of michael brown shooting and it addresses what the feds are calling a practice of unconstitutional conduct. and in ohio, some
worker when his van got stuck on railroad tracks. he went to grab his bag, seemingly unaware that a train was coming. a nearby officer got him out of the way. the train demolished the van. whoo. but thankfully he was not inside and no one was injured. and proof that watching the news can change your life. matthew chapman will receive a $100,000 reward for notifying police after he spotted two inmates who had escaped from jail. he recognized the van and them from news reports. he's a self-described news junkie and guess what, the money couldn't have come at a better time because chapman was homeless but he is now using that money to start a new life. he also said he's going to give some money to his adult children who are struggling, as well. >> that's great. >> the guys are behind bars. >> he did the right thing. did the right thing and something good happened for him. and now an exam of what happens when you complain. john kasich won big in ohio but
celebrations he expects. now take a look at this. for his showing for his 100th town hall in new hampshire last month, he got about, what, ten pieces of confetti that were dropped so what did he do? he complained and when he complained, his staff, they turned it all around and they delivered. look what happens last night. an avalanche of confetti for his huge win and i'm pretty sure the gop candidate, he's drowning in a big victory from last night and i think he's still trying to find the confetti all over the place. who knows. >> be careful what you wish for. >> he got it. >> he did. >> let's back go to ginger. >> more on the win. >> gusts of 47 miles per hour in some suburbs around chicago.
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museum reopens today with a new show and in its rebuilt lobby. the entire seaport was ravaged by superstorm sandy and men businesses there were sub -- many businesses there were submerged under 8 feet of water. the new building has cost $1.7 billion. pier 17 is still being rebuilt. let's get a check on your morning traffic with heather o'rourke. >>reporter: we do have delays on route 4 eastbound. the delays are by queen anne road this, is near hackensack avenue. we also have a problem as you travel onto the new jersey turnpike newark bay extension eastbound at 14c an accident. check out that delay. this delay goes all the way back to the new jersey turnpike right in front of newark airport. check out the car lanes. our street cleaning rules are in effect. lori, over to you. >> all right, heather, thank you. meteorologist bill evans is here with your accuweather forecast >> there's nothing like the glow of goth a.m. in the morning. sunlight is absolutely gorgeous, 49 degrees. we're going to have a very nice sunny day today. and we are going to be looking
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there is the supreme court. president obama set to announce his pick this morning revealing who he wants to take the seat left open after the death of justice antonin scalia. we'll have all the latest coming up. we will, and also right now, hillary clinton and donald trump celebrating big wins overnight, as you know. clinton winning at least four of five states. trump winning at least three but stopped in ohio by governor john kasich. and the president also making another big decision, yep, the supreme court, i get that but he's revealing his march madness bracket on espn. that's the big decision. florida gulf coast made it to the big dance on tuesday. we'll find out who the president picked. >> what did he pick first, his bracket or the supreme court justice. >> who knows. >> cue the music. >> you know the song, indiana jones is back. >> he's back. a lot of fans are excited about
giving or saying, you know what, can't wait to see harrison ford get back in the sad the. but a lot are saying he'll be 77 years old when the movie comes out. >> good for him. >> good for him. >> i think he's like wine, he gets better with age and as indiana jones, he can do anything at any age. >> you talked to him and said he wanted to do it before he was 80. >> yep, check. >> i got a lot of things i want to do before i'm 80. i better get to it. we'll start with the latest in hulk hogan's $100 million sex tape lawsuit against gawker. the website's founder nick denton taking the tan facing tough questions from the wrestler's lawyers and the jurors. abc's linzie can at the courthouse in petersburg, florida, with more. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, robin. hogan's lawyers laying into denton trying to get to the bottom of whether he gave editors the green light to post that tape. in court tuesday, lawyers for
what gawker founder nick denton knew about his site's posting of the hogan sex tape and when. >> according to your deposition testimony which you gave us under oath that was before it was public i shall mr. ed correct. >> i believe i was aware that the story was coming, yes. >> no, no, no, it doesn't work like that. >> reporter: hogan's lawyers arguing he set the tone of the site showing the jury an e-mail he sent to staff bragging about gawker's scoring big after republishing paparazzi photos of princess kate sunbathing topless in 2012 and that hogan's sex tape. >> the examples you used for gawker were royal breasts and hulk sex, right. >> in this month yes. >> reporter: also asking denton to explain a 2013 interview in which he called the invasion of privacy positive for society. >> and your answer, i think the world is coming around to our presumption on privacy which is that when somebody becomes the publisher as people do at quite a young age on facebook they
>> reporter: finally denton who described the tape as sweet and humanizing asked to read to the court former gawker editor in chief a.j. daulerio's commentary published alongside that tape. >> use your most humanizing teens. >> he stands on the side of the bed. >> reporter: the rest too graphic to air before letting him off the stand, the judge reading nine questions from the jury. >> if the video was gratuitious would you still believe that it's covered under the first amendment? >> no, i wouldn't. >> saying that nigra tut to us is isn't covered by the first amendment, i think everybody understands our position and actually sounds like they remember on our team today so it was a great day. >> reporter: and gawker says the version that it posted was not gratuity to us. today bubba clem, the florida radio shock jock who made that coming to court to answer questions. he says he'll plead the fifth. george. >> thanks very much.
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advance and all too often patients are left on the hook when insurance companies refuse to fully cover what they consider to be an excessive cost for the flight. >> i think there is certainly a case where you can say there is price gouging. >> reporter: the biggest of the helicopter ambulance companies, air methods operates in 48 states posting a profit last year of more than $100 million. the company says it's expensive to have state-of-the-art helicopters and crews available 24/7. but vice president paul webster concedes air methods charges far more than the actual cost to make up, he says, for the low government reimbursements for the poor and the eller elderly. >> if everybody paid their fair share it would cost $12,000. >> reporter: the bill to airlift of daughter of this couple came to $47,000 for a 79-mile trip. that insurance only covered about a third of that. >> definitely going to cripple
>> reporter: as is standard the air method's concept form he signed before the flight made no mention of the cost. why don't you put the price here so people know what they're signing on for. >> sure, it's a question that i can ask. >> reporter: you don't know the answer. >> no, i don't. >> reporter: some wonder if helicopters are always necessary. jean's daughter sofia was airlifted after complications from a tonsillectomy but took almost an hour for the helicopter to arrive and lift off and was able to drive the 37-mile distance to another hospital in almost the same amount of time. >> i left a few minutes before they took off and ended up arriving at the hospital about five minutes after they did. >> reporter: a ground ambulance would have cost $1500. but the bill for the helicopter came to $35,000 and even after insurance and some discounts, she still owes $17,000. >> it takes advantage of people when they are at their most vulnerable. >> air method says it will cut the cost for people who prove
investigation with the stations across the country found in the last five years the company has taken hundreds of their customers to court or called in debt collectors to make the people it once helped save pay up and under federal law they're considered an airline and can set any price they want. >> they're considered an airline. >> considered an airline under the deregulation price so set any price they want. >> you're so vulnerable. >> that is some investigation. thank you, brian. coming up, judge judy no stranger to courtroom drama, her show now is at the center of a lawsuit over how much she's getting paid. an important health alert for millions of americans battling pain. so many questions about those new guidelines for prescription painkillers so dr. besser is here live. we asked a group of young people when they thought they should start saving for retirement. then we asked some older people when they actually did start saving. this gap between when we should start saving and when we actually do is one of the reasons why too many of us aren't prepared for retirement.
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agency cash. abc's linsey davis is here with all the details. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: that talent agency is rebel entertainment and in its new lawsuit the president of the firm says he discovered judge judy 20 years ago and helped her to get a show. since then as we all know judge judy has become a massive hit and rebel says they're supposed to get a cut but cbs isn't paying up. >> you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. >> reporter: the no nonsense cut to the chase courtroom commander -- >> you speak, i rule then you shut up, do you understand. >> reporter: known for her sizzling shutdowns. >> don't pee on my leg and tell me it's raining. >> reporter: finds herself in the middle of a courtroom drama, a multimillion dollar lawsuit. >> oh, please. >> reporter: talent agency rebel entertainment partners filed a lawsuit monday suing cbs television claiming the media giant failed to pay the millions in profits and saying the show
the judge's $47 million annual salary. >> $47 million is quite high for a salary and leaves nothing for any of the people that were supposed to receive profits from the show. >> reporter: the lawsuit claims rebel entertainment is entitled to 5% of the show's net profits but says they haven't received a dime since february 2010 when the judge's salary nearly doubled. that money allegedly coming out of the production budget. >> it's just an egregious violence of the contract and shouldn't be allowed and won't be allowed. >> reporter: rebel also accuses cbs of not consulting with them when the legal star had the spin-off show "hot bench." something they say cbs was obligated to discuss with them. >> sit down. >> reporter: in a statement full
calls it hilarious and says somehow received over $17 million from my program. now complaining about not getting enough money. that's real chutzpa. >> there's only one person that gets the last word in, that's me. >> reporter: cbs declined to comment an referred us to judge judy's statement. rebel is seeking an undisclosed amount in damages. if the agency wins it could have a big payout, just a reminder to everyone judge judy has been on air for 20 years and since its premiere grossed $1.7 billion with a capital "b" dollar. >> so rebel couldn't go to judge judy. go to court against -- >> exactly, right. >> that would be a highly rated "judge judy." >> okay, linsey, thank you. coming up, harrison ford returning to the big screen as indiana jones.
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ever again but harrison ford, at least he can give us indy but a lot are questioning is dr. jones still going to be carrying that whip or a cane. >> indiana jones, always knew someday you'd come walking back through my door. >> reporter: indiana jones is coming back to all of us, disney made the announcement that harrison ford will return as the iconic archaeologist in a fifth indiana jones movie. >> we have top men working on it right now. >> ford will again team up with steven spielberg who directed the first four films. >> you have chosen wisely. >> reporter: ford made clear to us a few months ago he wanted to reprise his role as indy. >> i would love to do another indiana jones and work with steven again. >> i think he said you wanted to do it before you turned 80. >> i'd like to see me do it before i turn 80. >> don't call me junior. >> reporter: overwhelmingly reaction focused on the fact
when the new movie is released. indiana jones and the raiders of the lost aarp and indiana jones and the temple of prunes. there was speculation another younger actor would possibly take up the role of indiana jones, no way says spielberg. >> spielberg has said there is only one person who can play indiana jones and that's harrison ford. >> we're home. >> reporter: so after a box office smashing return as han solo, this almost okay that thatgenarian could become a top grossing action star once again, is 80 the new 30? >> let's hope so. >> coming but you have to wait for it. not out until the summer of 2019. >> worth of wait. >> but, again, 77 years old. >> he survives real-life plane crashes. it's harrison ford. >> that's right. >> i'm with him. hey, t.j., jojo is coming up in the next half hour. the bachelorette. >> not behind you. [ alarm ringing ] like your alarm clock -- right on time. your double-soy whatchamacallit -- always there.
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alive. good morning. it's 7:56 on this wednesday, march 16th. i'm lori stokes. looking at the latest headlines for you, and just days after admitting he killed five teens in a street racing crash, cory glow of farmingdale has landed back in police custody on new charges. glow pleaded guilty last week to racing another driver in that deadly 2014 crash. well, in a plea deal that outraged the victims' families, he got a six-month jail sentence, the new twist, nassau county police arrested him last night as a passenger in a car speeding on fallwood parkway. glow is now charged with possession of a gravity knife and marijuana. he will be arraigned later today. nypd is looking for suspects after two men were attacked in the east village. surveillance pictures show four men whom police want to speak with. two men in their 20s were punched and hit with bottles on east 11th street near third avenue in the early morning hours of last friday. they both suffer fractures to their faces.
your morning commute with heather o'rourke. heather. >>reporter: hi, lori. a problem with f train, signal problems at neptune avenue. so you can expect some uptown delays as a result. we also have an accident on 287, it's northbound, it's right near exit 33. that's harder road. that accident is being taken care of. 30 minutes coming inbound at the george washington bridge. we have a stalled vehicle on the upper level, 45 lincoln, 30 at the holland. our street cleaning rules are in effect. lori, over to you. >> all right, thank you, heather. let's check in with meteorologist bill evans now. >> well, here we go. we got sunshine, a pretty morning here, as you see. our temperature right now looking at 50 degrees. that's going to be your 8:00 temperature and it's just going to get only warmer from this point on. normally we would be about 36 degrees, 37 degrees, so we're running 13 degrees warmer than normal. it's 50 around the bronx, 41 long island, 44 bridgeport, connecticut. we're looking at a beautifully sunny day for a while. a few clouds increase after lunchtime. could be a couple of scattered little sprinkles or showers during the evening commute and into tonight. we got sunshine tomorrow, the
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. split decision. trump scores huge in florida. kasich with a big victory over trump in ohio as clinton edges closer to locking up the democratic nomination with a big win over sanders. the latest on the race for the white house. identity theft alert. could you be the victim of a modern-day bank robbery losing your money right over the phone. how thieves are pulling it off. protect yourself starting this morning. meet america's new bachelorette, jojo, revealing how she's really doing now ready to start her search for true love and life after ben. all that and donnie wahlberg and jenny mccarthy and what they think of the new bachelorette as
>> good morning, america! and donnie and jenny came bearing gifts in times square. good to see them. >> the special barbecued burger from wahlburgers. eating. >> a little spicy. >> i've learned my lesson. i got to read the news in just a bit saving that for later. also we have a major health headline about prescription painkillers and dr. besser is answering questions about the new guidelines that could help save lives. >> you'll never guess who is releasing a new song, the first lady is behind a hot new track with some of your favorite superstars and you're going to hear all of that in "pop news." and you see a lot of them right there. zendaya. kelly clarkson. >> missy elliott. >> a good combo. >> all for a great cause. >> now the morning rundown from amy.
we begin with breaking news, president obama about to announce his nominee for the supreme court this morning. three federal judges are believed to be in the running, the president says he consulted with people across the political spectrum to make his decision and abc news will carry the president's announcement live. and now to the race for president. take a look at the map now, hillary clinton sweeping bernie sanders tuesday. even leading in missouri where the race was too close to call overnight and on the republican side trump holds a narrow lead over ted cruz in missouri and took all other states except for ohio where john kasich scored his first win of the campaign and abc's tom llamas tells us where the race goes from here. >> reporter: a huge night for donald trump and the end of senator marco rubio's campaign. trump winning big in several states including the crown jewel of the tuesday night electric, florida. trump saying he was able to overcome millions in negative ads to pull away in florida and beat the senator there, rubio, by double digits.
>> there's a very fervor out there and i think the republicans and the leadership of the republicans should grasp it. >> reporter: the other big winner governor john kasich winning his home state of ohio and taking all 66 delegates. now, mathematically there is no way that kasich can win enough delegates to become the nominee but kasich is hoping to take this fight all the what i to the convention floor where the delegates decide on the nominee and, amy, some new drama. there is a debate scheduled for monday in salt lake city. debates. it's unclear if he'll participate. amy. much. and bernie sanders is promising to march on despite hillary clinton's convincing wins from florida to ohio and abc's cecilia vega has the latest on the democratic side. cecilia, good morning. >> reporter: hi, good morning. hillary clinton is celebrating that huge win here, those wins in those four states pushing her closer to locking up this nomination once and for all. especially in ohio, that win
and right now hillary clinton is looking ahead to a general election and one man, take a listen to her victory speech in florida here overnight. >> when we hear a candidate for president call for rounding up 12 million immigrants, banning all muslims from entering the united states, that doesn't make him strong, it makes him wrong. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: and this was a huge blow for bernie sanders. but he is still vowing to stay in this race all the way until the convention but really the math is in hillary clinton's favor. i asked her if she plans to ask bernie sanders to drop out of this race any time soon. amy. she told me not at all. that is his decision to make. >> all right, cecilia, thanks so much. hundreds of thousands of commuters in washington have to find another way to work today. the d.c. subway system has been shut down for emergency safety inspections. authorities are worried about cables that have sparked recent fires. and a hacker accused of
celebrities is now pleading guilty. jennifer lawrence and model kate upton among the more than 100 victims. 36-year-old ryan collins of pennsylvania is accused of sending the celebrities fake e-mails claiming to be from apple and google to get them to reveal their passwords. he now faces up to five years in prison. and for the last time president obama has filled out his march madness bracket. his picks were just unveiled on espn. his final four include kansas, texas a&m, north carolina and go, sparty. he is picking kansas, though, to go all the way. we'll see how well he does. finally, proof that mcdonald's big mac may be indestructible. take a look at this viral video showing the burger able to withstand molten copper being poured over it. the copper appears to ricochet off the burger. but scientists say the resistance has everything to do with the laws of physics not the
so it's indestructible but not inedible and it's actually called the leadenfrost effect. actual science behind it. feel free to dig in next time you see a big mac. >> those are truly buns of steel. >> well done, well done, well done. >> my gift to you. now we have an important health alert for millions of americans battling pain. the cdc trying to battle the worst public health drug crisis in decades with new guidelines for how painkillers should be prescribed. dr. richard besser, good to have you back with us this morning. so how big of a problem is this? >> this problem is enormous. 249 million prescriptions for opiate pain medications. that's enough for one for every adult in 2013. there were 40 endorsements every day from overdose on these drugs and as many as one if four who take these long term will become addicted.
them are absolutely startles. so what is the cdc saying about new guidelines in prescribeing these. >> taking it on in a big way. for people who have acute pain after surgery, they're saying people who need opiates can be get by with three days of medication and most -- at most seven. you don't need to go for several weeks of those and for chronic pain they're saying that first line treatment should not be with opioids and the reason, there's no data to show they work long term and lots of data to show long-term use can lead to addiction which could be fatal. >> a lot at home may be on these meds. what are the allternativealternatives. >> this doesn't apply to people with pain with cancer or end of life but tens of millions have pain and what they're saying first line treatment should be drugs like acetaminophen or aprincipal and depending on the type of pain they should try things like weight loss or
have pain from different types of arthritis. for other types behavioral therapy. but there's going to be a lot of push-back and controversy because the people who suffer from chronic pain, there are many whose needs are not being met but saying doctors have to change the way they're doing business. >> and how will doctors adopt these new guidelines. >> it's going to take a lot of education. this he want to make sure people aren't doctor shopping for pills so recommending when you give a new predescription you do urine drug testing and make the database to make sure they haven't gone to many doctors to get medications. that will take care some of the people abusing the drugs and maybe using them beyond the chronic pain but we need new solutions so those needs are met that don't have the problems with addiction. >> that's it. i know there will be a lot of questions and you'll be on twitter again. you also go to our facebook page. let's get now to amy. amy. >> all right, well, it's michael. i kind of look like amy but i'm not.
meet america's new favorite woman, a brand-new bachelorette, jojo fletcher is opening up about her life after the final rose and modern day bank robbery, the people on the inside who could be robbing you right over the phone. plus, two of my favorite people, donnie wahlberg and jenny mccarthy, they're here and everybody wants a selfie with then. i'm going to take one and that wahlburger, delicious, right on point. >> amen. >> all that coming up live right
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america's new bachelorette bouncing back from being rejected by bachelor ben telling "people" magazine all about it and abc's reena ninan has the story. >> i found it with you but i found it with somebody else more. >> reporter: she was one of two women waiting for the final rose, but jojo fletcher got the short end of the stem and was sent home. >> i don't even know what to say right now. i -- i'm so confused. >> reporter: and now she's opening up about her last few days on the show telling "people" magazine it was really hard for me but when i got home i took a couple of weeks to myself to think about everything. i learned so much and now i know what i want and i know what i deserve. >> she actually feels lucky she went through this experience on "the bachelor" and that even though it didn't work out she's really not going to look for anything less. >> reporter: it's no surprise
especially after ben told her he loved her more than once. >> i love you too. >> i love you, jojo. >> i'm so clear that i love you. >> and i love you. >> i love you. >> reporter: on monday night "after the final rose" spurned but still composed and poised. she says, "i was super nervous but he explained it well and i have closure. i'm friends with lauren and i think the world of ben and seeing them together it made a lot more sense than i thought it would be." >> jojo is not really bitter or angry. she has really come to terms. she had achieved some closure with ben finally. >> reporter: it is certainly not the last we'll see of fletcher. she signed on to be the next bachelorette but will she be saying those three words to more than one person, she says -- i guess i'll see when i get there. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> i guess we'll all see when she gets there. joining us now kate coyne and our bachelor fans, jenny
the real experts. >> >> we're the real experts. >> how do you think jojo handled all this? >> pretty great. pretty great. it's a heck of a consolation prize. that was a truly devastating dumping when he looks at her, i love you but i love somebody else more. that's horrible. >> is there ever a good dumping, though? i don't think so. >> better ones than that. >> ideally there aren't 17 million people watching it go down for starters and i do think that you could tell she was kind of in shock because she didn't freak out quite as much as i think the average person would really lose it. she was clearly a little bit stunned. >> she didn't believe ben was going to have the audacity to dump her knowing that her two brothers were standing by waiting to beat his brains out. >> going to kill him. >> he didn't want to go home to those two brothers. >> i don't blame him. >> i love you're a fan. you were crying.
>> i got him hooked. >> what was it made you cry? >> every time something happens, i cry every season i cry. i usually cry at the proposal. i didn't cry at the proposal though this year because lauren b. didn't really act happy. >> you have this huge capacity to suspend belief. >> you're all in. >> it started when i was a kid. it started when i was a kid. it's was quasi--real george. started with 17, getting down to one and it's so surreal. we don't know what is going on. >> i'm curious. what kind of guy do you think would be good for jojo. >> first of all did you see ben's reaction when she was announced? >> yes. >> i was like, oh, my god. he was like, oh, great, i'm not going to like this but in terms of a guy i think it's going to take a guy that can stand up to the brothers, that can deal with a mom who likes to direct a lot of you know what in the closet and really kind of stand up -- i like the fact she's flawed and not a debutante like lauren was
related to her. because every family's flawed. >> my vote is for the first guy who goes home to those brothers and says to the older one weren't you also on a reality dating show, because he was. so, that the older brother was on a show called "ready for love". >> on nbc. >> is jojo ready for love, kate? >> i think she is. i think she definitely is. i think that, you know, i think she really did fall in love with ben because it's real, george. it's real. she really fell in love with him. >> see, i don't think she did. >> i think she felt quasi-love when you've only known someone for six weeks and you've been -- >> and you're locked in a house. >> and every trip is a vacation. >> and drink champagne. >> george, those tears were real, man. they were real, just like my tears are real. >> that was about it. i think. >> no mas. i give. that's it. 23rd right here on abc. over to robin. >> yeah, keeping it real on that couch.
morning. "gma on the lookout" with a warning about identity theft and how thieves can rob your bank account with a simple phone call. abc's rebecca jarvis is here. you've got our attention, rebecca. >> this is pretty scary. we trust them with some of our most sensitive information. social security numbers, account information, birthdays. in the wrong hands those details could cost you everything and now this morning a warning from law enforcement. they say some of the very bank tellers expected to protect that valuable information are behind an alarming increase in identity theft. >> thank you for calling. >> i would like to update my current telephone number. >> sure, we can definitely update your phone number. >> reporter: that caller authorities say is really a thief using stolen bank account information. >> yes, i would like to order some checks. >> reporter: ordering checks so he can get money from a stranger's account and you may not believe his accomplice, prosecutors say he got that
>> and what transactions did you want to go over, sir? >> reporter: not just one account. he calls to access several. >> i would like to know how much i have available in my accounts, please. >> you have $14,327.13. >> the bank tellers have access to very confidential data. >> reporter: cyrus vance, manhattan's top attorney says bad tellers are often part of larger identity theft rings. >> they're selling that to individuals on the outside who will then take that information, turn it into credit cards or checks. >> reporter: and he says, he's seen an alarming increase in these crimes. even estimating he prosecutes a case once a month. should people around the country be worried? >> i think we should all be worried. that doesn't mean we should all panic. >> reporter: this woman did not want us to show her face because she says she continues to have her identity stolen after she became a victim. >> nobody knew that this was happening. >> reporter: she says thousands of dollars were her account stolen just weeks before the
>> we had been working for about a year to save up a lot of cash to pay for our entire wedding and it was gone. >> reporter: she says she had no idea a bank teller had stolen her identity along with 28 other customers until she received this letter from her bank. chase told her, a former employee may have accessed your account information without authorization and gave it to someone outside of chase. chase tells "gma" as soon as we discovered this, we immediately called the authorities, fired the employee and reimbursed the customers. we're sorry and angry this happened. but vance says not all banks aggressively fight and report these crimes. do you think the banks need to be doing more? >> i think some banks need to be doing more. if it's not reported to law enforcement, it's just an invitation for that criminal to keep the money and go on to the next account or the next bank. >> the american bankers association, the group that represents bankers around the country tells us banks use many
including sophisticated software to monitor employee access of customer accounts and customers are always protected against fraud. the bank will cover any loss. but this is another reminder, you have to keep looking at those bank statements, keep an eye on that information. >> you do. >> thank you for that. >> whoo. >> outside to ginger. >> let's do that. look at all these beauties in uniforms, the d.c. ceremonial guard just hanging out this morning. it's nice out here, isn't it?
already about 50 degrees a lot of folks from texas this morning. let's get it in to michael. >> thank you, ginger. now come in and join us. now it is time for "pop news," everybody. and now you'll never guess -- that was my voice is a little off. well, at least i'm not a part of this, okay. this is about this new song you'll never believe who is releasing it. let's hear it right now. my girls >> oh, sure you recognize kelly clarkson but the force behind this new girl power anthem is the one and only first lady, michelle obama. it's called "this is for my girls."
executive produced by aol's maker's website and the song was written by diane warren and features kelly clarkson, janelle mow may, zendaya, kelly rowland and missy elliott amongst others and from my intro my moist is not on this but it's set to become the anthem for let girls learn which is an initiative launched by the president and first lady to help more than 62 million girls around the world go to school and stay in school. >> i love that. >> well done. well done. well done. >> i think you can sing. >> you do? you were outside. you didn't hear it. >> you didn't hear it, ginger. >> thank you for the ringing endorsement, robin. this is a "pop news" exclusive. by insistence, the "gma" women here, take a look at david beckham. here we go. yeah, we've got your first look at david beckham's first ever
i can't believe it's his first cover. i mean, wow, it was so good they gave this man two. look at that. yes. now, in the interview he admits he misses soccer every day. if he still lived in l.a. he really would consider make a comeback for a year. >> ooh. >> so if any ladies are out there buying "gq" and you see them i'm sure they're buying it for the article, george. >> first of many. >> first of many "gq" covers. >> he's fully clothed. >> guilty as charged. finally we have a rare new interview with prince william. overnight he was taking on trophy hunting. he is working hard behind the scenes because he fears the last wild rhinos will be extent before princess charlotte turns 25 which is a scary thought and speaking of princes, robin, you had a very special interview with prince harry. >> last week and that's where i was, across the pond. had a chance to speak with him. the up coming invictus held at disney world in may and that's
internationally. it's much like the wounded warriors that we have here in the states but this is an international competition? can't wait to see it. >> he is a prince. you literal -- >> you wore royal blue for the prince? pardon? >> i did wear royal blue. he talked about that. he talked about his mom and brother and sister-in-law. i just can't wait to share that with everybody. coming up here holly robinson peete is going to be
brand-new show.tt2w`t+o md; "a@qfe8 tt2w`t+o md; bm@qmn4 tt4w`t+o md;" dztq mf, tt4w`t+o md;" entq =bl tt4w`t+o md;" gzt& $e4 tt4w`t+o md;" hnt& 4kx tt4w`t+o md;" iztq ^" tt4w`t+o md;" jntq lr@ tt4w`t+o md;" lzt& t?< good morning. it's 8:27 this wednesday, march 16th. i'm ken rosato. toppings headlines -- topping headlines at this hour, police are looking for a pack of men who stabbed two people in washington heights. the men were stab the at amsterdam avenue and west 161 sth street. one was stabbed in the arm, the other cut in the leg. both every now at st. luke's hospital and doctors say their injuries are nonlife- threatening. no arrests yet. police are still investigating what cause the stabbings. today we'll learn more bottom plans to test thousands of students in newark for possible lead exposure. the city will test as many as 17,000 children for possible exposure. the decision comes a week after high lead levels were discovered in the drinking water of more than half the city's schools. the free testing will start with 2,000 kids at early childhood centers. police looking for two men who broke another man's nose in an apparent bias attack. this happening early last tuesday morning in hell's kitchen. police say the victim was
of a 9th avenue restaurant when he got into an argument with the suspects. one of them punched the man and yelled a homophobic slur. the victim treated at the hospital. it is 8:28. when we come back, we'll take time to check the commute. here's heather o'rourke. >>reporter: and, ken, we had an accident right here. it's the fdr drive southbound side moving right to left this. is at 96th street. looks like the accident has been cleared away, but those delays are still with us,
merritt parkway as you go north at exit 37 an accident. northbound has only the right lane open. f trains signal problems at neptune avenue. expect uptown delays. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect. ken, back to you. >> all right, heather. meteorologist bill evans now with the exclusive accuweather forecast. >> 50 degrees and sunshine, really nice out this morning. this is a little bit above -- well, it's kind of right at our normal high temperature for this time of the year. that means it's only going warmer as the heating of the afternoon continues. we're looking at 44 long island, coastal connecticut, 45 down the shore. sunshine, a temperature that gets to near 62 this afternoon around 3:00. around 4:00, 5:00 we get a couple of showers and a few showers this evening. tomorrow we'll do that all over again on st. patrick's day. parade starts at 55 degrees with sunshine, maybe a shower late in the day. going to be koarl as we get into the weekend. ken, back to you. >> thank you, bill. that is the news for now. "live with kelly and michael" coming up at 9:00 a.m. in the meantime more of "good
channel 7. have a how is that for a new year's eve kiss. donnie wahlberg, jenny mccarthy, one of their most famous and they are here now to talk about the new season of their "life in the suburbs". >> this is where we smooch every year, right here. let's do it now. >> yay. >> oh, we love that here on "gma." also this morning we have some fashion secrets to transform your style making you look tall and lean without the high heels. we'll have the secret to how the stars do it coming up. but first let's go inside to robin. >> i'm in great company here now with a dear friend, holly robinson peete, the actress, mom, author and reality star is fresh off a where are they now special with oprah.
sake" and she and her twins are teaming up, you got to get this, power bully book, "same but different." >> ooh. look at that. >> oh, the autism express. holly, wonderful to see you. >> just always amazing to see you. >> saw you at the super bowl. >> yes, we had a good time. >> you heard me rattling off everything that you do. and you balance it all. you have a lot of help. >> i don't balance it all. i'm dropping balls left and right. >> like the rest of us. >> right. >> you really welcome the reality tv cameras into your life because you have something to share, you and your family. >> i did. when you think about it, reality, a reality show? i didn't -- wasn't really sold on it but i think we're that family, i think we have a great platform especially with our autism journey. if i had seen a show on tv with a family talking about autism, you know, when we got our diagnosis in 2000, i would have had a little bit of hope, maybe a little road map, maybe a template to follow. >> it would have helped a lot of people and has the potential,
i want to play a clip from the upcoming series because your pom -- >> oh, my mom. >> rumor has it she's about to turn 80. >> 80 and daying. >> 80 and dating. dolores. here's a look at "for peete's sake." >> let's do it. >> all right. dolores, here goes. >> ow! >> that's $5. that's $5. that's another $5. >> what's 9 sign up there say? >> $5 for whiner if i'm not a whiner. this does not hurt me at all. >> you are the bravest grandma. >> i don't know if my parents know where i am right now to be honest. but i have a feeling grandma didn't tell them. >> did she not tell you? >> well, that's where you want your kids to be with their mother getting her fifth tattoo, by the way. we're calling them gramp stamp, robin, because -- >> you heard it here first. >> she's that lady.
the kids want a stepgrandfather and they've put her up on websites and got her up on black people meet. it's really scary. >> i would be afraid to read her profile. you and your wonderful husband, rodney, big fan in the day, nfl star. 21 years together. >> 22 years. yeah, we'll be married 21 years soon. >> what's your secret. >> we like to stay on the same page. we look watt our marriage almost like a business deal. when you work and a corporation. you got to sit down and debrief with each other. so we have to do that on a regular or this will never work. >> you have something that you have with the kids at dinnertime. tabletopics. >> it's just a game like it's just a question game so that they will put their dag gone phones down and -- >> you have to too. the parents have -- >> i get a pass. i have things i have to do. >> uh-oh. what happens. >> what famous person do you
from that you just connect with the entire family especially with our son with autism because, you know, we're always trying to find out what's happening with him. >> and engages him in conversation which is so important. the holly rod foundation, what you do for autism because of r.j. your dear son and also deals with parkinson's and fighting that battle because your dear dad battled it for so long and many of us remember him. he was the original gordon on "sesame treat." >> the o.g., original gordon. >> matt robinson, what did you learn from him. >> a life of philanthropy and he taught me service. that's like 45 years ago. i remember when he came, he said, i'm starting this new children's show and i'm like, yeah, good luck with that and now 45 years later here it is but he was an amazing guy and he had parkinson's when he was only 45, young onset so that got us deciding that we're going to help families affected by parkinson's then later our son was affected by autism and
you're going through something and holly rod helped us help others. >> amazing man and he has an amazing daughter and amazing son-in-law because we hear it's going to be his 50th birthday. >> yes. >> so we have a cake and we labeled it for peete's cake. that's for rodney peete. >> happy birthday, rodney. >> it's today. 50 years old. curled up in the hotel watching right now. >> you can bring the cake home to him. >> i will. thank you so much. >> always, holly, what you're doing and "for peete's sake" premieres on the oprah winfrey network and holly's book with her children, "same but different." now back outside to ginger. >> happy birthday, rodney, by the way.
these from texas. >> all that weather brought to you by quaker breakfast glasses and one of the many birthdays katie is 18. >> time now for fast fashion fixes and have tricks to look taller without wearing those sky high heels and turns out some of your favorite stars are not as tall as you might think. here are some of their secrets to help you style soar to new heights. the celebrity secret to finding the perfect look isn't just about a trendy outfit,
it's also about tricks of the styling trade that you can do too. how hollywood's hottest women make themselves look longer, leaner and taller than you think they are. >> where your clothes hit matter. either your ankle, right above the knee, right at your wrist. >> like reese witherspoon, salma hayek and scarlett johansson who rock crop pants that show a hint of ankle that make their leg lean. wide legged pants do the trick for eva longoria, natalie portman and lady gaga making their legs longer and pointy toed shoes can make you tommy longer. all right, short girl, unite. among them. joining me with more, mary-kate mcgrath. author of "pure wow." we're vertically challenged. >> i didn't know the average height is 5'4" so this is for all the ladies.
morning. early of three women, and you're going to help them transform to look taller, all right. so first up let's take a look at our first model. anoushka. a before shot. what is she doing wrong? >> the bohemian floral is the spring but this length skirt is just swimming on her. >> let's see what you did with her. let's bring anoushka and tell us adorable. for most women have a mini skirt is daunting but for shorter women it's the perfect size. it ends about an inch above the knee which is just the amount you want to see. we paired it with a pointy toe flat so you don't have to wear sky high heels to look taller. >> you have the long ever vest. >> isn't that the best part, the structured vest makes it a complete outfit? she can go to brunch, breakfast. she can have anything she wants. it's perfect. >> you feel taller, right? >> definitely. >> very nice.
let's take a look now at our before. we had jenna earlier this morning. tell us what she is doing wrong here. >> okay. so most -- the misconception for most shorter women is that they should find the longest pant they can fit in when actually showing a hint of ankle is key. >> let's bring jenna out and see how you've transformed her. other, look at that. i love that. >> so jenna is wearing a cropped pant. now it's not a capri pant. it doesn't hit at your midcalf which is the worst place for a pant to hit. a crop pant shows a little ankle and then for women who are a little shorter they shouldn't wear a crew neck t-shirt. we put her in a v-neck and that upside down triangle elongates her neck so skin on top and the skin at her ankles and it's just overall lengthening? >> that's such a great business casual look. >> and it's just a kitten heel so she can go to work and have drinks afterwards.
finally, let's see sofia earlier this morning. >> yeah. >> she stretches out her fashion skills for a night out. so this is before our team got to work. >> yep. >> what's the problem here? >> so, there's nothing more comfortable than skinny jeans and a striped t-shirt but stripe striped t-shirts do nothing for a shorter woman. >> let's have sofia come out and see what mary-kate did with her sen centralable. >> doesn't she look taller than anything. >> the new trend for jeans is to wear a flair jean actually when the top five flair jean as cording to searches on polybore the stella mccartney flair jean and high waisted flair jean that skims the ground an similar colored top and that halter neck, again, broadens her shoulder, brings the eye up. while her legs look a mile long. >> i love those.
let's bring out jenna and anoushka. >> there's a tall girl right there. >> one color. i'm normally 5'2" but wearing the same color all the way. >> success story. >> that's called genetics. >> i love it. >> so, it's not to wear -- it's wear the right pant, show a little leg in the right spots and a v-neck, add to your ankle. to get a skirt that looks the right size or to be robin. those are the tricks. >> exactly. >> or have really tall parents there that helps. >> you all look fabulous. robin, you always look great.
tt2w`tn_`:d- bt@q?n, tt2w`tn_`:d- "a@q/bh tt2w`tn_`:d- bm@q$id tt4w`tn_`:d-" dztq v,( tt4w`tn_`:d-" entq &(h tt4w`tn_`:d-" gzt& ?/0 tt4w`tn_`:d-" hnt& /!\ tt4w`tn_`:d-" iztq eh$ tt4w`tn_`:d-" jntq w8d tt4w`tn_`:d-" lzt& ou8 we are back now with donnie wahlberg and jenny mccarthy. like their show's theme song they met on tv, kissed on tv. will be on tv for eternity? that's the lyrics. that's the lyrics. >> you're in season three right now. "donnie loves jenny" and premieres tonight. let's take a sneak peek. >> this is the best sand witch. best beef sandwiches in chicago. >> what's all this stuff?
u-oh. fire. aaagh. fire. fire. >> they're laughing. they threw vodka on my foot. >> the guy ran over to try to help and poured vodka. her leg caught on fire. >> i'm like, look at me, i'm flammable. i wanted to -- >> i watched that. does that drama just happen to you? is it exhausting always having to have these moments when you have cameras following you or just exist in your life. >> i think it exists. >> we have a lot of fun. we live really in the moment constantly and that was jenny teaching me about chicago food because we just moved to the small town, st. charles outside of chicago and i'm a big city boy from boston so it's a whole different lifestyle for us in all the different things we run into in this small town really create a lot of funny moments for us. >> is it a small town or did you pick it out of nowhere.
best friend looked out to the suburbs and i saw her facebook photos and i said, we have to move there and he said, let's do it. we have this perfect suburban life. >> with a motorcycle now. >> with a motorcycle and kids -- >> teenagers because my son just turned 13. which you'll see throughout this season. he is really going through the age of we are completely not cool. >> yeah. >> i mean, but -- >> i have a 13-year-old. we both have 13-year-olds. >> but we have to learn his sign language. not that he uses sign language to speak. he has his own like if we talk in front of his friends he like -- >> that means get the hell out of my room now. don't speak to my friends. >> or he'll do this to me. >> you guys are juggling so many different things, the radio show, you got wahlburgers and "blue bloods" and new kids on the block. any concerts. >> we're not touring this year. we'll do our cruise which we do
about the cruise which is the best tv series called "rock the boat." >> how do you know which show you're on? >> it does gets confusing. >> i will sometimes i'll yell and she's like, that's wahlburgers time so new kids, i'm doing a concert for jenny's foundation, generation rescue. one-time concert. >> first solo concert. >> i've never done a solo concert in st. charles. a big function at our house. >> tickets go on sale april 2nd. go to our facebook page, check it out or listen to sirius xm. >> we mention you have been on tv forever. why not have fun. it's not thursday for a throwback but way back wednesday, we're stretching here. but we've got some footage of you. >> okay. >> with us two on a sofa. >> right. >> donny, you're up first, new kids on the block on "gma" back in 1989. can we role the clip? >> whoa!
jenny, i want to know if you had met back then what would your chances shall? >> back then, slim because he scared me. he was the bad boy. >> i look like a real bad boy there. look at me. [ laughter ] >> he is on a motorcycle. i was very terrified of him. i probably would have been more like the squeaky clean joey but now he's the best boy. >> jenny, you're saved by the clock. we are out of time. >> we had a clip in 1995. >> thank god. >> we could go out with it. >> we'll go out with it. >> "donnie loves jenny" premieres tonight on a&e. >> is he kissing my wife? oh, it's a girl. >> who she is.
it's the movie that mixes sci-fi, action, even a cult. >> 47, 97. >> reporter: "midnight special" taking viewers on a wild ride as the u.s. government tries to hunt down alton, a young boy with special powers who's gone missing. >> this time we're ready. >> reporter: 13-year-old jaeden lieberher stars in the lead role going on the run in the deep south with his father, michael shannon and their friend lucas played by joel edgerton. describe what life is like on the lam for the three of you, a lot of scenes in the car. >> we were stationed in new orleans and using very different landscapes from around there and particularly in the nighttime because as part of the story jaeden's character can't really be out during the day. >> and, jaeden, explain the goggles you wear throughout the film. >> yeah, i had to wear these blue goggles at moments when lights come out of my eyes they put these little l.e.d. lights
i couldn't see anything. so i had to ago as if i was in pain. >> beyond the dramatic special effects. >> you don't have to worry about me. >> reporter: at the core is a deep love story. >> i like worrying about you. >> a father and son and their devotion to one another which is -- you can't help but be moved by it. >> are you scared? >> we just had a chemistry. we just hit it off. >> i think you're a weapon. >> adam driver leads a government agency assigned to find them. >> joel, you starred in "star wars" and your co-star adam driver. >> starring is a big word. i was in it for five minutes. >> adam driver also in the film is a part of "star wars." did you all talk about shared experience. >> midshoot he found out he was going to play a version of like a darth vader character. had this new efrns for his character. >> very cool. >> this guy's life is about to completely change. >> jaeden, just at the beginning
racking up an impressive resume working with rachld mcadams bradley cooper and bill murray. >> what was it like working with these two? >> it was okay. >> you can be honest. i don't mind. >> no, it was great. >> i need to learn. >> yeah. >> they're both amazing actors so i could learn a lot from them by just watching them. >> likewise, you meet somebody who has such kind of a fresh imagination like jaeden who you kind of go home and you also take away a lot of lessons of your own.
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"good morning america" is brought to you by the blue cash everyday card from american express. do not miss tomorrow. robin roberts, prince harry, one-on-one. >> whoo. keep on hoping good morning. it's 8:56 this wednesday, march 16th. i'm ken rosato. topping headlines at this hour, we just learned that at least five people were stabbed or slashed during a dispute in washington heights.
hurt just before 6:00 a.m. at amsterdam and west 171st street. doctors say their injuries are nonlife-threatening. no arrests have been made. newark city officials will offer free testing tomorrow to students possibly exposed to lead. screenings will be available at the early childhood school at samuel berlander beginning at 8:30. the city will test as many as 17,000 kids for possible exposure. the decision comes a week after high lead levels were discovered in the drinking water of more than half of that city's schools. it is 8:57. we check the commute. here's heather. >>reporter: ken, we still have problems with the f train, signal problems at neptune avenue, so you can expect uptown delays as a result. then we have an accident on 287, on the southbound side, right near exit 45. that crash is being cleared away. and this problem is still with us on the merritt parkway. it's north at exit 37, northbound only the right lane is open because of an accident that is in the process of being cleared away. we have alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. ken, over to you >> heather, thank you. meteorologist bill evans now with the accuweather forecast
your 9:00 temperature is going to be 53 degrees. temperature jump ising up and down. we're going to have a really nice day. there could be a few showers later on, but it's already 52 in riverdale, whitestone, queens. we're looking at some really nice sunny weather around bridgeport, 47 and 50 up towards monticello. so we get to about 62 this afternoon with sunshine, a few showers come in this evening around the evening commute and into tonight. tomorrow we're going to have a nice day on st. patrick's day. we're looking at sunshine and 65 by afternoon with a late day shower and it gets a little chilly this weekend as we wind down winter. ken. >> thank you, bill. and that is the news for now.
e >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the drama, "empire," jussie smollett. and from the doc series "peat's sakes," holly robinson peete. and zara larsson. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are emmy-award winning co-hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan. [applause] kelly: hello.