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15 degrees warmer than normal. shower and thunderstorm tomorrow. going to get cold by sunday. >> okay. see you then. i'm ken rosato. >> thank you for starting your mowi good morning, america. a massive storm hits the heart heartland. six tornadoes destroying homes downing power lines and in on a major airport as passengers face violent turbulence. >> we had some severe turbulence. an aircraft had to divert due to injuries of some personnel on board. >> flash floods and rescues in arkansas and more storms on the way. also this morning a political firestorm erupting overnight over donald trump's
says should happen to women if it were illegal. >> the answer is that there has to be some form of punishment. >> for the woman? >> yeah. >> candidates on both sides of the aisle now attacking. trump backing down and john kasich right here in the studio live. first grader poison plot. three young girls accused of trying to target their classmate. what they tried to put in a student's lunch and how officials stopped it just in time. the picture causing outrage around the world. a man posing with a hijacker midflight who claimed he had explosives. new video of the moment they took the photo and what the flight crew did when all this was happening. and we do say good morning, america. we have that new video from inside that hijacked plane. picture everyone is showing around the world as well getting a lot of reaction right now. what the man at the center of it
>> remember the flight crew getting a picture with the suspect there. also the political firestorm erupting over donald trump's comments about abortion and what he said should happen to women if it's illegal. governor john kasich standing by live. he'll take robin's questions in just a moment but first we want to get to that massive storm sweeping across the country, the heartland hit with reported tornadoes, hail and flash flooding in the south. ginger is standing by but abc's phillip mena is in tulsa, oklahoma, to lead us off. hey, phillip. >> reporter: good morning, david. church members tell local media they were inside praying when the storm hit as bricks were flying off the building and they were huddled together praying as the roof above them was ripped clean off. overnight, tornado sirens blasting an eerie warning in oklahoma. where tornadoes were captured on camera touching down in the tulsa area. >> this is crazy. tulsa is getting hit. >> reporter: this twister coming
international airport. >> oh, my gosh. look. you're right. >> that's it right there. >> oh, my stars. >> yeah, she's on the ground. >> she's forming. >> reporter: watch as this looming dark cloud spirals into a funnel shape over a tulsa neighborhood in this time lapse video. >> we got a tornado on the ground. there's going to be damage. we're watching the debris fly up into the cloud. >> reporter: 5,000 went without power after electrical lines were destroyed. these housing developments completely blown over. this church wrecked in the twister's wake. and in arkansas, more severe weather wreaking havoc where heavy rains gave way to flash flooding on the ground forcing rescue crews to save three commuters from rushing waters and turbulence in the skies. >> we had some severe turbulence. an aircraft had to divert due to injuries of some personnel on board. >> reporter: american eagle pilots making an emergency
became two bumpy injuring two workers. >> i look over and the drink cart goes up in midair and drops on top of the male flight attendant. attendants were taken to the hospital but they are doing okay this morning. and here in tulsa, seven people were hospitalized but thankfully no one was killed. david. >> all right, phillip mena, thanks so much. right over to ginger at the wall. we have severe weather right now. >> at this hour tornado watch in parts of mississippi and louisiana, these storms will move through and the cold front is slow moving so it's going to have plenty of time to destabilize the atmosphere again this afternoon and evening, almost in the same exact area looking for anywhere from western kentucky down through western tennessee, memphis included. birmingham to jackson, mississippi and the elevated risk area. not only will you have the severe weather potential with tornadoes and hail but remember the flash flooding that happened in little rock you're just seeing, that is still in place. flood watches from georgia back to parts of texas.
rain that comes very quickly in the next 24 hour, something to look for and i'll have a whole lot more coming up. david and robin. >> we are sure you will. thank you. the race for the white house, john kasich is standing by to talk to us live here in the studio. all eyes, of course, on wisconsin, the next state to vote and what could be a critical turning point. donald trump trailing ted cruz in a new poll there and bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a very tight race, as well. abc's cecilia vega is here with the latest. >> reporter: good morning to you. wisconsin is the state to win right now. but the trouble for donald trump extends far beyond that new poll. this morning his comments on abortion have him caught in the crosshairs of a major firestorm and even the biggest anti-abortion groups say he is wrong. they are the comments sparking backlash from inside his own party and beyond. >> i am against -- i am pro-life, yes. >> reporter: donald trump in an msnbc forum asked if abortion becomes illegal, should women who have the procedure be punished?
>> the answer is that there has to be some form of punishment did for the woman? >> yeah, there has to be some form. >> ten years -- >> that, i don't know. >> why not? you have positions on everything else. >> it's a complicated position. >> reporter: is the man who gets her pregnant responsible? >> i would say no. >> reporter: the outcry instant from anti-abortion groups to his republican rivals who oppose abortion rights. >> it's difficult enough situation and to try to punish somebody. >> being pro-life is not only about defending the unborn children it's also about defending the mothers, defending the women who have the incredible gift of bringing life into the world. >> reporter: to his rivals across the aisle. >> what he said today is just among the most outrageous and dangerous statements that i've heard anybody running for president say in a really long time. >> to punish a woman for having an abortion is beyond comprehension. >> reporter: but then a
after those controversial remarks. the republican front-runner reversing himself saying in a statement -- "the doctor or any other person performing this illegal act upon a woman would be held legally responsible, not the woman." the woman is a victim in this case. challenger ted cruz firing off overnight on "jimmy kimmel." >> if i were in my car and getting ready to reverse and saw donald in the backup camera, i'm not confident which pedal i'd push. [ applause ] >> reporter: well, it didn't take long. hillary clinton is already turning these comments into a fund-raising tactic sending an e-mail to supporters saying, quote, donald trump wants to punish women for making our own health care decisions, even though he reversed his position, his opponents are not backing away from this one, robin. the big question is will this hurt him? he is already seeing his popularity with women slip. >> all right, cecilia, well, republican presidential candidate john kasich is joining us now live here in the studio.
when you're running for president. thank you very much for taking the time to be here. >> pie pleasure. >> you just recently released a statement this morning and in part you said the past 24 hours revealed in the clearest way yet that donald trump is not prepared to be president. why? >> i mean, first of all, his comments on abortion. i knew he'd reverse them right after he said them when he left the studio. secondly, i mean he talked about using nuclear weapons in europe. he talked about abolishing nato. he said his supreme court justice would investigate hillary's e-mails, that would be one of the reasons why they would be picked. he even said that we should get rid of the geneva convention so that, you know, the geneva convention guides the way we treat people on the battlefield. it's like a panoply of mistakes and outrageous statements. with donald it's a stream of consciousness but, robin, we're dealing in such a serious time with the problem of global
home very poor economic growth, meme feeling as though they've got no future. you can't operate like this. you are going to be president of the united states. people around the world must be having a field day and you know what donald ought to be happy about, jon stewart isn't running "the daily show"? people have often talked about that. in the past you've been asked is he fit to be commander in keefe and hesitated to respond but because of all that was said yesterday -- >> i've inform said fit. i will use the word unfit when there's no coming back. i don't believe donald trump is going to be the nominee and this underscores his problem. this is why i stay in the race. look, people say why does he stay in the race? what am i supposed to get out and leave it to these guys? you know, cruz is out there saying we ought to start patrolling muslim neighborhoods. i mean, do you think we're going to get intelligence information from the must limg community when we are targeting them and isolating them?
record or things that are coming out of donald's mouth that are just basically irresponsible. he mentioned riots at the convention, so, look, i have two 16-year-old daughters and at the end of the day i will have to explain to them if i'm not the nominee who i'm supporting and why. >> and you in getting that nomination nomination, a contested convention which is why donald trump said there would be riots, if there was a contested convention. what is your path? how can you become the gop nominee. >> ted cruz i have to get about 90% of the delegates going forward which he's not going to get. trump would have to have nearly 60% which he's never coming close to. now in new york and pennsylvania, once we get beyond wisconsin i'll get -- pick some delegates up there and i will begin to roll up delegates. i will have momentum going into the convention and, robin, the reason is i have a record of economic growth, national security experience and results. and at some point they'll think
would be a good president and let me tell you one other thing, i'd beat hillary clinton in every national poll in the country. even here in new york, donald trump trails her by 20 points. i trail her by 5 in new york. i mean that's unbelievable. so i'm going to be able to compete all across the political map and i just going to get to the convention. >> i know you want to talk about what your world view is. you stated what donald trump had said and included nato is, quote, obsolete. what is your world view to keep america safe. >> we're going to destroy isis along with our friends in europe and with us being the leader but then beyond that, nato needs to be transformed into an organization that does intelligence gathering and policing. it appears over in europe as though they're just dysfunctional, bureaucracy, political correctness, it's not working. the president of the united states needs to take lemons and turn it into lemonade by leading and getting these countries to realize that civilization is at stake.
robin. you know the way these islamists would feel about you as a woman being on television, this would be the most outrageous thing that they could see, so it is civilization versus a group of people who are intent on destroying us and what we represent. so we're going to have to move expeditiously, good intelligence, human intelligence and here at home joint terrorism task forces with fbi homeland security, state and local law enforcement who have the tools and resources to protect us. that is what we need to be doing. >> you have been very clear from the get-go what your plan is for that and other issues. again, thank you for being here in new york and i can't let you go. you're eating pizza with a fork? >> look, robin, look, look, the pizza came scald be hot, okay. and so i use a little fork. you know what my wife who is on spring break with my daughters said, i'm proud of you. you finally learned how to use a utensil properly but i mean --
had the hot sausage. it was fantastic. but here's what i've learned. i came to new york. there were like 100 press people there. get ready, john, because i'll be spending a lot of time in new york. >> new yorkers eat their pizza a certain way, just saying, not just new yorkers but around the world. >> listen, i was eating pizza before that reporter was even born so -- >> i'll let you get that line back. >> one last thing, i want to say something about the people at abc. robin, for six months they gave you a chance to get your health back. >> yes. >> for six months they never replaced your seat. i don't think -- if it would have taken a year they would have kept it open. a lot of organizations would run over people who got sick. you know what, a salute to abc, the management for saying that robin roberts and her ability to recover and get on her feet is critical. that's an example to the rest of the country about how we treat people. we have to treat them like they're in our own family. >> that's very kind of you to say.
>> thank you for coming here. >> you're welcome. thank you. >> i appreciate that. david. >> all right, robin. thanks very much. more on the race for the white house this morning. abc's matthew dowd has been listening in on the conversation with governor kasich. as you know, donald trump has said a lot of things in the campaign along the way. critics pouncing every single time saying this will be the thing that hurts donald trump but was this different? >> well, when you run a seat of the pants campaign sometimes the pants wear thin and you get exposed and in the course of this, i think donald trump -- it's a cumulative effect, david and this is another thing, a big thick i think, a big problematic thing in the course of what happened yesterday that it's a cumulative effect that weighs him down. the other part, we are in a moment now where we are approaching april. we're getting close to the vepg and people are getting really serious about who they want to see as president. so as you make mistakes later in a campaign, it has a much more profound effect. >> in the middle of a primary and heard governor kasich with robin. you have a lot of people
against hillary clinton. you heard her there. in cecilia's piece, the immediate tweet after donald trump just when you thought it couldn't get worse, horrific and telling, hillary clinton tweeted. was this a gift for the clinton camp? >> oh, it was a gift wrapped with a bow and everything sparkles all over it. it was perfect for them. i mean, donald trump already has a problem for the general election. if you look at the voters who haven't participated in primaries he is viewed very unfavorably especially by women. so for hillary clinton if she's the democratic nominee, obviously she's still got a race with bernie sanders in the course of this. if she is this is one more example where all she has to use is donald trump's own words in a commercial that will really harm him. >> all right, matt dowd with us, we appreciate your insight. over to you, robin. now to a terror plot stopped just in time. authorities saying they stopped a, quote, imminent attack in france. arresting a suspect with an arsenal of explosives and guns. abc's alex marquardt is in paris
good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, robin. that's right. had all the makings of another paris-style attack. the authorities saying they stopped the plot in its final stages and reports from brussels there are raids ongoing connected to the man at the center of it all. it was here that reda kriket, a 34-year-old frenchman was planning what authorities now say was an imminent attack on french soil. when the police raided the apartment which kriket rented under a fake name and fade for in cash they found an arsenal that the paris prosecutor found unprecedented. five ak-47 rifles, 7 handguns, tatp, the explosive used in both the paris and brussels isis attacks. detonators, acid and thousands of ball bearings. now kriket has been charged with preparing an attack and participating in a terror group. he's not believed to have been
at least four others linked to kriket have been detained in holland and belgium in the past few days. kriket's ties to terror were well known. he was sentenced in absentia last year for being part of a network recruiting jihadists to fight in syria, which he did himself. sentenced with him the paris attacks' ringleader, abdelhamid abaaoud. and we've just learned minutes ago that there is a second suspect at large connected to the brussels attacks. there was the man in the hat at the airport and now a second man seen on surveillance camera at the metro station that was attacked. those two, the most wanted men in europe. back to you. >> all right, alex, thanks so much. back to ginger now. the wind here in the northeast again today? >> yeah, really windy. the gusts up to 60 miles per hour. that's why we have boston in a wind advisory back to buffalo,
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>> good morning, it's 7:24 on this thursday, march 31, i'm lori stokes. topping headlines this hour, donald trump's remarks over abortion. if roe verse wade, then women who had an abortion would have to be punished. hillary clinton denounced it as one of the most dangerous comments made by presidential candidate and ted cruz said it shows that trump has not thought through the nation's issues. trump eventually withdrew the remarks saying the abortion provider should be provider, not the woman. on the democratic side, bernie sanders has a campaign rally in the bronx tonight at st. mary's park. sanders has won five of the last six states and the new york primary is now 19 days away. hillary clinton campaigned yesterday at the apollo theater. today she is fund raising while bill clinton meets with labor
when we come let's get a check on your morning commute with heather o'rourke. >> we have an accident on the northern state parkway westbound near exit 41. we can show you the accident scene. it's underneath the overpass. you can see that off on the side of the roadway. we have heavy delays as you get back into that spot. let's go back over to our maps and talk about what is going on with our 3 trains. i also heard we are dealing with some issues on the f trains. new jersey transit, long island railroad, metro north are all doing just fine.
that is concerned. we have alternate side of the parking rules in effect. lori, over to you. >> bill evans has the end of the march forecast. >> we're looking a the what will be march going out like a lamb. 52 degrees right now. normally we would be around 42. it's 52 around white stone and ridgewood. 53 at riverdale. 43. these numbers are way warm and it will be a warm day with the temperature of 70 this afternoon to close out march, which is 15 degrees warmer than normal. tomorrow, we have 70s, but we have a warm day with rain and thunderstorm on april fools day. lori. >> thank you, bill. coming up, the investigation into more than a dozen current and former detroit principals charged with corruption.
we welcome you back to "gma" and you're looking at those reported tornadoes closing in on the heartland overnight destroying homes, downing power lines, now 37 million people from texas to indiana at risk for severe weather. >> it's going to be a tough thursday ahead for a lot of people. we'll be watching that. also, donald trump reversing course overnight after what he said about women, abortion and punishment. as he faces criticism from both parties now and new poll numbers showing him trailing ted cruz in the next crucial state of wisconsin.
bowie memorial concert held in new york city today and live streamed internationally and slated to perform, mum fred and son, blondie and the pixies to remember bowie. >> a nice tribute. >> it will be. coming up the newest case of passengers behaving badly. you think you've seen it all, right, jesse? >> wait till you see how people are reacting to this hair-raising problem on a plane and it's sending the internet in into an uproar. >> remember cousin it. >> yeah, pretty much. we'll discuss that coming up. first, want to get the latest on that escapeepecially egyptair hijacker and this photo. new video emerging showing the moment a passenger posed with the hijacker on that plane and terry moran is in london with more. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, ben innes is the young man in that photo and while his 15 minutes of fame may be just about up he set off an
the selfie culture in the age of terror. they're the photos that astounded the world. airline passenger ben innes and egyptair crew member grinning and posing in photos next to their alleged hijacker and this morning, there's new video emerging showing how those photos happened. in this cell phone video airing on a late night talk show in the netherlands you see a couple of flight attendants waving ben innes who is a health and safety inspector from the uk to the front of the plane. >> you want to take a photo with him. >> yes, is that okay? very simple. >> i will take it for you. >> reporter: taken by another hostage on board shows the 26-year-old standing there proudly as the crew takes not just one but two pictures. >> another one? >> look at innes jovially pointing at his alleged hijacker believed to be wearing an explosive device. innes defends his choice to take what he calls the best selfie ever. telling the british newspaper "the sun" i asked for a photo with him. he just shrugged okay so i stood
i figured if his bomb was real i'd have nothing to lose anyway so i took a chance to get a closer look at it. i reckoned it was more likely to be fake. i thought, if he blows us all up, it won't matter anyway. online there's a heated debate, some calling it the best photo ever taken but others condemn innes saying he risked lives so he could boast to pals. >> he should not be celebrated for capturing a great photo. he should be condemned for interfering with a hostage situation. >> reporter: ben's mom pauline who met him at the airport summed it up succinctly saying it was stupid. moms know best. while seriously there are real questions being raised right now about the conduct of those crew members on that egyptair flight, but in the end the good news, of course, everyone was safe. >> that is good news. robin and david. >> mom did not look happy. >> no, she did not. we turn to elementary school students who officials say were
of their own classmates and they are in the first grade. abc's gio benitez is here with the details and what the superintendent is now saying. >> good morning. we're talking about 7 and 7-year-old kids allegedly planning a murder. a plot to kill a student just as young. now, watch closely because this may just spark a conversation within your own home. this morning, three little kids allegedly involved in one big plot. first grade students at this anchorage charter school suspended after allegedly plotting to poison and kill a fellow student. school officials say they found out about the morbid alleged plan only after another classmate overheard the students talking about it. >> we're grateful that we had students come forward and share their concern. >> reporter: according to police, the young girls planned to put silica gel preservation packets from their lunchtime food bags into another student's lunch. the students believing the packets were poisonous. they are marked with do not consume warnings.
the tiny beads do pose a choking hazard. >> we will talk to students about where they learned this and do they recognize the seriousness of their comments and their actions. >> reporter: immediately following the incident just last week, winterberry charter school sending parents this letter saying, quote, please take time to connect with your child. to talk about what it means to tell in order to be helpful. while the alleged plot wasn't carried out and no criminal charges were filed, this morning parents are alarmed. >> resource officer spoke with each student involved as well as the victim and thoroughly went over with them the repercussions of this kind of stuff and really tried to give them the straight talk and the big picture of what this could have potentially turned into. >> reporter: and in this case, the so-called tattletale, it worked. other students were concerned when they heard the plan. and that's the conversation you really teed to have right now with your kids when it comes to safety, children really should tell adults.
don't want to tattletale, this time it worked. >> save lives. >> see something, speak up. >> gio, thank you. the latest twist in that alabama governor scandal. a top aide resigning following allegations of an affair. the governor denying it. as calls for him to leave office continue to grow. abc's steve osunsami has the latest. >> reporter: this morning the alleged girlfriend of the once very married alabama governor is making it even harder for his critics to believe him when he keeps saying this. >> i want everyone to know, though, that i have never had a physical affair with mrs. mason. >> reporter: his top political adviser, rebekah mason resigned wednesday. she's the woman many believe is on the other end of the recorded phone sex that's humiliating the governor. >> you kiss me i love that. you know i do love that. >> reporter: the recording heard round become was made in 2014 before the governor's divorce but was released just last week.
did the other day we're yg to have to start locking the door. >> reporter: the two-term conservative governor denies the affair but does admit to saying some inappropriate things. >> and i know that i did that and so i'm just apologizing for that to her and i apologized to my family and to the state of alabama. >> reporter: a top state lawmaker says he plans to introduce a resolution calling for the governor's impeachment next week. >> the affair is just a continuance of his inability to be the governor. from the beginning of his second term he has done nothing but lie, deceive the people of alabama. >> reporter: governor bentley keeps saying he is not leaving for "good morning america," steve osunsami, abc news, memphis. >> our thanks to steve. coming up that video of iggy azalea's fiance recorded by his lakers teammate. what he said about other women and how fans are reacting. we also have a health alert for pregnant women.
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back now with the latest on those comments caught on tape from iggy azalea's fiance, an nba star heard discussing relations with other women. iggy now responding. and abc's reena ninan is here with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. she's the only artist since the beatles to hold the number one and number two spots on the billboard hot 100 simultaneously but this morning it's her personal life that has people buzzing. she's used to being in the fast lane. i'm going to love you until it hurts >> reporter: but this morning iggy azalea might be contemplating -- i'll be better off without you >> reporter: after her l.a. lakers fiance nick young caught on tape discussing his intimate relations with many women, none of them named iggy. i be the i-g-g-y >> reporter: young's teammate d'angelo russell shot the video
hotel room and somehow wound up on a celebrity gossip site without young's knowledge. it quickly went viral but this morning, it's d'angelo russell facing the heat. both on and off the court. his charge, violating the universal guy code. outraged fans greeted russell last night with a cavalcade of boos. his lakers teammates have shunned the number two pick in last year's draft. after the game he apologized for taking the video saying he cherished young's friendship. >> 'he one of the guys that i've always talked to about anything. >> reporter: but offered no explanations on how the tape got out there. >> this just got in the wrong hands. it wasn't a prank. it wasn't something for everybody else to see. it was for my eye, his eyes only. >> reporter: iggy azalea responded on twittering, hmmm, i see d'angelo russell is trending.
just a few weeks ago iggy spoke to "gma" about her upcoming nuptials with young. >> wedding planning, anyone who's been married. i empathize it. i think we're trying to make our wedding cool and young and hip. >> reporter: young said last night he wants them to handle it in a private way and sit down and really talk it out. byron scott, the lakers coach said that he thought he was pretty immature and thought this might make him grow up. >> a learning moment. >> you talked to iggy when she was here. >> she's obviously really excited about her up many coming wed wedding. something else she has to deal with. >> so distracting. >> broke the guy code as you said. >> there is a girl code too, by the way. just to clarify. >> i think it's called good manners. i don't know. >> good to have you back off the overnights. >> thank you. >> yay. >> you survived. >> she made it. >> welcome to the day side. >> okay. great, thanks, reena. coming up on "gma," passengers behaving badly.
hanging over your plane seat? the funny reaction to it this morning. >> all right, and the secret lives of your kids, do you know what's really on their phones? we're there as these tweens come face-to-face with their parents. the important conversation you should have right now. come on back. >> no, no, no, no. ever since jim signed up for lowe's personalized lawn care plan, he's been getting step-by-step instructions based on where he lives that ensures his lawn looks amazing. hey jim, you know what else would look amazing in the yard? a lady unicorn.
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why you got to be so rude >> this song. >> it is n why you got to be so rude. some people are asking that question of a passenger -- a plane passenger whose ponytail made its way into another person's space. you got that for us, jesse. >> that private space. that's right. after boston globe columnist dante ramos took the photo, twitter blew up. hundreds retweeting it offering some ways to deal with it. >> i'm ready. to party. >> the ultimate travel nightmare, a flight with a not so polite neighbor. passengers experiencing yelling and fighting all at 35,000 feet. this man even duct taped after screaming and spitting at fellow
a stranger using this guy's shoulder as a pillow. but it's this hair-raising in-flight violation, yes, that's someone's ponytail currently breaking the internet. >> we were just chatting and all of a sudden this really large thing of hair just flopped down in front of us. >> dante ramos tweeting, congrats to the ponytailed young woman in 22b. you've invented a whole new way to be awful at 35,000 feet. >> complaining about air travel is a staple of twitter. the novelty of it seemed like it was something that was worth sharing. >> reporter: now the photo sparking a twitter debate. commenters writing, do you have any scissors? and a small piece of gum should do the trick. others more sympathetic writing a few words and the problem would likely be gone. ramos says that's exactly what they did. >> the ponytail flopped out of our sight and presumably back into hers. >> okay, so that's pretty bad but it's not the worst situation
there was actually, guys, a man arrested on a flight wednesday because he refused to top doing yoga and meditating in the aisle. >> oh, no. >> so i guess the ponytail not the worst thing that could happen to you. i've never had a ponytail or mullet but apparently it feels good when you flop it over the chair behind you. don't count me out, show. >> we'll be right back. >> that's the next hour. ever since jim signed up for lowe's personalized lawn care plan, i've been up on my hind legs trying to get a better view of his grass.
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"good morning america" is brought to you by the makers of zyrtec. zyrtec, muddle no more. this is a channel 7 eyewitness news brief. >> good morning, it's 7:56. i'm lori stokes. looking at the latest headlines, new video is giving a clear look at a man attacking elderly women. police say this man hit an 84- year-old woman in the face with a gun at her apartment door. investigators say the same man is behind four other attacks and robberies. all the other incidents happen in brooklyn and in queens. security officers and baggage handlers also other workers at kennedy and newark liberty airport are on strike.
eight major u.s. airports and began last night. the workers want higher wages and are concerned about security. the strike is not impacting any flights. let's get a check on your morning commute with heather o'rourke. >> we were talking about this last time. this is an accident on the northern state parkway. we'll head over to our maps. i'll tell you exactly where this is in the northern state parkway. then we have this problem on the cross island parkway southbound near northern boulevard. another accident is being cleared away. three trains, police activity, seven trains, some signal problems have been repaired. new jersey transit, long island railroad, metro north, they are all running on or close to schedule. 30 minutes george washington bridge. the lincoln is 40. the holland is 30 minutes. alternate side of the parking street rules are in effect. >> heather, thank you. meteorologist bill evans is standing by. >> warming on up, 55 degrees now and that's pretty much
time of the year. 52 in staten island. we're looking at 51 in long island. we're looking at at day of sunshine, temperature of 70 degrees on this last day of march. going out like a lamb, going out warm, too, with a gusty southwest wind that will make it feel like the upper 50s on the south facing shores. warm tomorrow, but showers and maybe a thunderstorm. lori. >> all right, thank you, bill. coming up, a group of parents find out what their preteens phones.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. major weather outbreak. multiple tornadoes touching down in the south. flash floods destroying homes. ginger is tracking the latest on the severe storm this morning. the parenting alert. the viral trend tripping up the internet right now. how the banana peel challenge could send your children to the hospital it's good to be alive royal rescue. prince william swooping in to save the day rescuing a patient
was even there. also this morning, oprah's weight watcher's plan inspiring amazing transformations. >> being comfortable in my own skin was the most important part of this journey. >> real women untouched baring all shedding more than 175 pounds combined. all that and america's goalie, soccer superstar tim howard is with us live as we say -- >> good morning, america. good morning, america. on this friday eve and we have a great crowd as you see here in times square and a lot of tim howard fan, don't blame them at all. >> america's goalie is here pumping up our audience coming back to the u.s., by the way. >> he is. >> soccer fans could not be more excited. brought a few jerseys with him. number 10. >> free stuff. >> hey, wednesday we showed you the stunning secret lives of
morning what happens when they reveal what is on their phones to their parents, a lot of kids do hide stuff. >> that's true. >> plus, tory johnson is here with incredible "deals & steals" fashion up to 50% off. it's all coming up. >> we love that but first we turn to another thing we love, "gma" weekend anchor paula faris with the morning rundown go thank you. the feeling is mutual. he we begin on this friday eve with severe storms slamming the south and tornadoes touching down near tulsa, oklahoma, damaging several homes and a church with people praying inside. several people have been hospitalized. thousands have lost power and in arc, athe problem is flooding. look at this. students at arkansas state university were swimming in their dorm. looking like they had a little too much fun. in little rock floodwaters swept away three people. they were eventually pulled to safety. we do have breaking news overseas right now. dozens of people are feared dead after a highway overpass
a rescue operation is under way to free hundreds of people who could be trapped in that debris. in politics now donald trump is facing a backlash after making some pretty explosive remarks on abortion and then quickly reversing course. trump told msnbc that if abortions are ever outlawed, then women who seek them should be punished. but he quickly did a total about-face saying it's the doctor who should be punished. he went on to say the woman is the victim as is the life in her womb. there was instant criticism from his rivals including john kasich who spoke to robin this morning just moments ago. >> it's like a panoply of mistakes and outrageous statements of you know what it is with donald, it's just a stream of consciousness. >> people around the world must be having a field day. >> they certainly are. trump is also being criticized for refusing to rule out the use of nuclear weapons even in europe. and the secret new method
iphone may be put to use in another case. a prosecutor in arkansas says the fbi has agreed to break into the app devices belonging to suspects in a murder case. we do have new concerns this morning about the future of the u.s. coastline. scientists warn that in the coming decades sea levels could rise nearly twice as fast as previously thought because of melting ice in antarctica. now, some researchers believe by the end of this century, miami beach could begin to disappear underwater. and important health news for pregnant women. a new study fines getting your flu shot can lower your winkrisk of a stillbirth by 50%, yet another reason to get your flu shot, ladies. a big scare for this woman. something you don't see on your morning walk in naples, florida, yep, that's a panther that came zooming right past her. panther sightings are very rare in florida with only 100 left in the wild. some need caffeine to get them going.
finally for you, quite a surprise for this worker. it took him a half hour to realize the man helping to rescue him, well, it was the future king of england. prince william as you may know, everybody, is a rescue helicopter pilot. once he flew that man to the hospital, william stayed with him in the emergency room for 40 minutes. we have great news to report that that man is now fully recovered but, guy, i love this, the guy was joking, quote, willsie better not be flying the helicopter. william turned around and the man realized, hey, willsie. >> willsie. >> do they call him willsie to his face. >> after he just saved you. >> i know, exactly. >> he said i'm your future king. we're going to turn now to an important warning about that social media trend, tripping up the internet literally. it's being called the banana peel challenge. it shows people purposely slipping for the camera. abc's diane macedo has much for on the popular challenge that turned dangerous to a lot of
one of these things it's hard not to laugh. you see someone slipping on a banana peel and reminds us of funny cartoons we grew up but unlike cartoons real people can sustain real injuries and as we've learned from similar internet fads, the consequences can be a lot more serious than you might think. at first glance it seems harmless. the banana peel challenge. kids walking on banana peels hoping to debunk the classic cartoon cliche. >> patrick, banana peel, don't! >> ha did you say? >> reporter: but instead the latest viral challenge is attracting thousands of clicks online. and even this jimmy kimmel parody. >> you want me to slip on it. >> reporter: but it's no laughing matter. >> they see the attention other kids get and seems like a good idea at the time. >> reporter: experts say these kinds of falls can lead to long-term or even permanent damage. >> adolescents often think they're invincible or immortal
getting hurt. >> reporter: it's not the first danger ous dangerous fad. there was the cinnamon challenge in some cases causing long-term permanent damage. then the duct tape challenge that ended for a brain aneurysm for 14-year-old skylar fish. >> i regret doing that challenge. >> reporter: the video credited with starting the banana peel challenge has been retweeted 100,000 times. >> a frank honest conversation about the real-life risks and reality about how bad injuries can be are often enough to help teenagers move into the real world and out of that social media world. >> now, some who have done the banana challenge have complained on social media about hitting their head on a table or door and that's just one of many things that can go wrong. if you want a good laugh turn on the tv and leave it to the cartoons. >> like an acl waiting to happen. >> that is.
>> over to lara and the "morning hey, lara. >> thank you, david. "good morning america" "morning menu." a big parenting alert. the secret lives of kids on their phones, how you should talk to them about it and what they're looking at. weight watchers baring all. an exclusive first look at stunning transformations inspired by oprah. and then soccer superstar, tim howard is with us live, he's coming back to america and he's starting with us. all these kids so excited to see him. hi. so nice to meet you. we'll be back. "good morning america" is live
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we can hear the roar from inside. welcome back. that is soccer superstar tim howard. he's just kicking it even though he's a goalie. >> literally and figuratively. >> yes in times square. coming up we're learning ten things you do not know about tim. ten things. >> ten things. >> i want to know every one of them. he is one of the nicest guys. we'll get to that. first to our new series, it's called "what your kids don't want you to know" and t.j. holmes is back. yesterday we saw him talking with a group of tween girls about what they have on their phones and then their parents this morning we see what happens when he brings them all together for a very candid conversation, right, teej. >> let me be honest. we contacted a lot of families about doing this with us and many of them said no way when they found out what we really wanted them to do. this can be a difficult conversation in private. in front of camera, to way. you saw me sit with the kids and parents separately.
i bring them together and all is revealed and in particular we talk about instagram, we talk about this calculator app where you can hide content and also talk about some messaging apps. all right, so now i just want to you sit back and watch what happens. give me, give me your cell phones. >> okay. >> oh, no. >> there it is, it's a calculator. it looks like a calculator but now i want you to type in your code on this calculator. and what pops up is a file that says secret in that calculator. what you're seeing here, nothing too terrible. >> no. >> but what it's still revealing is that something you two did not know about. i guess your face tells me a lot. >> what? >> you're not posting anything inappropriate, are you? >> what do you -- you can see my instagram, mom. >> that calculator is something you hide and you have to have a secret message to go through it.
calculator. >> because i don't want to see -- if like people go on my camera roll i don't want them to see weird pictures. >> did you tell mom? >> no. >> parents, do you keep an eye on your kids' instagram accounts? do you keep an eye on them. >> ho. >> shout out how many instagram followers you have? >> 509. >> oh! >> 588. >> 594. >> 1,083. >> what? >> 708 i think. >> i'm in shock. like a thousand? and she's -- no. and then i just found out it's private and she has a thousand. >> you follow it. >> i don't even know a thousand people. >> you follow it. >> well, of course i do. that's one. >> cammy, i have to point something out. are you tam with the askfm app. have you looked through her -- >> we've discussed. >> i have to show you something. this is not people she's having conversations with but this is what the app allows, essentially strangers to come and seek your child out and start sending -- are you going to be okay?
but this is just an example of some things people were sending her. >> yes, i did know about that one. would i like to see that app completely taken off the phone? yeah, absolutely. >> now you think on your child's phone you want to take away or you just want to monitor a little better at this point. >> monitor and be more aware. >> i mean how can we keep up with all these apps? every day there's a new app that's being invented. >> my problem has been that i've had blinders on to it. didn't know about it. so now it's my responsibility to speed up and learn and participate. >> bella, honey, why are you upset? what's going on. >> i just feel like i looked at my mom and she was getting like teary-eyed so i thought that she like didn't trust me anymore. >> i don't think that's the case. i don't have to speak for your -- come on, bella, bella, bella. honey, honey, honey. she's the sweetest little thing and hate to see her upset. >> emotional. she gets emotional.
let me go home. let me go home. >> all right. let me clear this up for some folks. lara, you were asking -- everybody has been asking this calculator app, what are we talking about here? there are a lot of apps out there that look just like a calculator but you can hide content. the confusing part there's another one called calculator plus that acts like a regular calculator so cao to make that distinction. you hear the kids referring it all these calculator this or that but they're ghost apps that look and function like something normal but you can hide content that a lot of parents don't know about and i want you to know the follow-up, all these parents here, they've reached out since we've done this. this was a month or so ago and made changes and they say it's actually brought their families closer together and this was the biggest part of the story. we weren't expecting, you know we're going to reveal. this app, that app. this was more so about families and what happens when you're not talking. >> right. >> we saw trust break down and not having the conversation so thank those families so much and
actually the sister of a "gma" producer that helped us put all this together. so i can't thank them enough. >> important conversation. t.j., thank you. we'll continue it right now with our parenting expert, ericka souter of mom.me. how do we balance it? i worry about it all the time. i got a 14-year-old and 11-year-old right in the zone. >> right. >> there is a big -- there's like a fine line between trusting them and caring for their safety. >> that's the pl dollar question that faces a lot of parents that we speak to. teen, you want them to develop a sense of individuality and independence but also know they're at a stage where they can still make disastrous decisions. 30% of teens admit they sent nude pictures of themselves to their friends. 30%. so you have to weigh their right to privacy with your responsibility to protect them. guess which one is more important? >> yeah. >> protection. no question. >> you talk to some parents and experts. they say that there is no such thing as privacy. you're the parent. you're the child. end of discussion.
amongst my friends and i'm sure all of our viewers over there. do you ask your kids for their code? do you look through their phone? what do you recommend. >> there are rules that will help. number one discuss what is appropriate and inappropriate and don't just do it with photos. also talk about texts. you know that they want to flirt with their friends. you understand that but there has to be boundaries. they cannot just send anything because, you know, these decisions can haunt them the rest of their lives. limb their phone time. you know, a lot of these texts and these photos are sent late at night. no reason for your teenager to be texting. >> a good tip. somebody gave me and it's a hard-and-fast rule. no phones at night when you're ready for bed you hand over the phone. >> stock them in the kitchen or family room and monitor your kids' phone activity. don't hide it. don't pretend you're not doing it. this is a part of the right and privilege of having a phone. you'll check for not just what they're doing but their friends are doing.
text i forgot to check his phone. lew check it for me. i felt uncomfortable because i thought i'm not his parent. when i asked him he handed it over. he didn't bat an eye. we went through it together because that is he a part of the contract he had with his parents and it was a part of the system from the get-go. >> there are rule. >> what happens if your child cops to you with something they had received from a friend that is inappropriate. i mean what do you do? it's not your child but something was sent to your child if that's when you have a real talk and sit down with them and it may be embarrassing but tell them the consequences, a lot of states this is considered pornography that he can get in trouble for having it. the person can get in trouble for sending it and real-life examples of kids whose lives have been ruined. >> we found in t.j.'s piece talking about it, there's so much social pressure on these kids to be followed on social media. all those kids knew how many followers they had to the number. and there's pressure to post things that is going to get you attention?
>> she's 11 years old. it's a private account. >> people following them. you have to set consequences for your kids. if they break the rules, take away the phone or cancel the texting plan. you know, let them know you're serious about protecting them. >> lead by example too but how you use it. >> we've often said children want boundaryies. they actually do. they act like they don't. >> that little girl -- >> i couldn't believe that and, again, okay, mom, you trust me so why are you questioning me and the mom is saying i trust you so why do you have this thing that hides things? you just got to talk about it. >> thank you so much. ericka souter, thank you so much. such an important topic and we've got more on it coming up. right now we are going to get outside to ginger. >> i'm right behind you, lara. hey, lara, we have to get into the serious situation.
last night, northeast this afternoon, we'll hit 70 degrees, west of the city may be 71 and tomorrow, we have rain off and on all day. maybe a thunderstorm. temperatures still in the 70s. chilly by sunday. i'm back. i'm back inside. i don't know where i am this morning which is totally fine in apparently i don't either. >> time for "pop." >> i love your dress. you look beautiful today. not just because i said you were in the wrong place. i swear to god. "pop news," everybody. we start with a wheel of fortune
robert sentoli won an epic $76,000 on the popular game show but what has everybody's whees spinning is how he crushed solving a puzzle with just one letter. >> oh, come on. >> go. robert. >> port and starboard. >> yeah, that's it. >> whoo! >> out of nowhere. >> unbelievable. >> so he apologized to the other contestants on the show. he just was like i'm just that good. what can i say? he's going to pay off his college loans, though and possibly buy a car. good for him. >> a legend. >> he apologized. and years. it's been his dream to be on it and obviously well worth it. >> it's like rosie perez in "white men can't jump." remember she was studying to be on "jeopardy." >> i remember that. >> port and starboard. salt salt-n-pepa. >> oh, yeah, give it to me.
[ laughter ] >> let me sit up. sorry. >> dance moves, people. a few dance moves. >> hi, everybody. >> salt-n-pepa has a '90s reunion tour that has us grooving with nostalgia. it will be a blast if the past with special guests include inging vanilla ice, kid and play, coolio, all for one and -- >> wow. >> sign me up. >> i'm in. >> if that's not enough, though, to make you want to bust a move, young emcee, recently added to the superstar lineup as cheryl of salt said it feels like you're taking people back to a time in their lives that they really enjoyed. >> you know you know these words -- >> this song was like an anthem. anthem. >> seventh grade you had to say.
these songs bring you back to a specific time. >> brings us to a different time. it's called college or post-college. >> not seventh grade. >> all right. and finally, nothing better in basketball than the last-second buzzer beater, right? that's all eighth graders on the rock creek mustangs needed when they trailed the riley county falcon, 26-25. seconds left. everyone in the stands counting down holding their breath for the lucky shot and -- okay. watch it. drive, drive baby. yes, going up and going nowhere. >> wow. >> that's it. >> what happened? >> that was the game. that's what i said. >> it doesn't count. >> obviously it was going to go in, robin. >> well, obviously it didn't. >> oh, no. >> tough. robin's been there. she's been there. if anyone knows. >> i've been on the other end of that. >> that's "pop news."
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won five of the last six statings. the new york primary is six days away. today, she is fund raising in westchester while bill clinton meets with labor unions. we received this video accused of using fake $100 bills. 9-year-old crystal and sarah abraham are due in court this morning. police released these pictures of the bogus bills.
for motion picture 8:28, we check the commute with heather. >> i was talking about an earlier accident near wolf hill road. that accident, as you can see, has been cleared away. let's go over to our maps. we have a couple subway issues issues. signal problems at jackson avenue. those were cleared away, but it looks like they are back. brooklyn bridge going into manhattan, you do have that accident. so you can go right up here to theman to theman to the bridge instead. >> last day of march really is comfortedable. 55 degrees. and look at the 56 around ridgewood, queens, looking at warm numbers. 58 in rightstown. so today we get to 70 degrees.
april is coming in like a beast. we're looking at showers, a thunderstorm tomorrow. very warm temperatures, but arctic air arrives saturday night. look at that low, 35. saturday is a gusty, colder day. wet snow flake to the north or a shower. we warm back up on monday. ken. >> thank you, sir. that's the news for now, michael and kelly coming up at 9:00 a.m. more good morn welcome back. soccer superstar tim howard is coming back to the u.s. and he is here live in times square. the goalie helping us knock out all our goals for a great thursday morning and someone just handed me this. you're not danielle. you're alana. so one of the kids came up with a note for tim to sign to give to their principal. it says, dear mr. bruno, please
was busy hanging out with me on "good morning america," sincerely, tim howard. was this you? >> yeah. >> can you give me one for "world news tonight"? great. >> where is charlie? oh, you came up with it. great idea. >> also tim is here. he'll reveal ten things you did not know about him. can't wait for that. have a little game planned for you. not soccer. inside to lara and tory. "deals & steals." >> tory johnson with us right now with a fashion forward "deals & steals." something for everyone here and all 50%? >> love that. let's get to it. first up from scotty vest, we have our guys to help with this. this one is -- >> work it. >> pack jacket. this has 13 pockets and comes in five different colors, 13 pockets so idea jacket to go through airport security because you just stuff everything into those pockets.
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>> goes fast. >> thank, tory. out side to robin. >> all right, lara, not much going on here in times square. "the chew" crew is here. sharing some of their favorite recipes all part of their brand-new cookbook. "the chew: an essential guide to cooking and entertaining." great to have carla and daphne and michael and clinton here with us. give a big round of applause. >> thank you. thanks, guys. thank you so much. >> oh, my gosh. >> thanks for having us here. great to see you. >> always love going on your show. this is the fourth one. what can people expect. >> our fourth book. we call it our essential guide to be cooing and entertaining. these are our most successful recipes over the course of five seasons. really easy to do. they're really -- >> do you spill like that often. >> i like to keep my shoes shiny. >> leaking all over your electrical equipment just so you know in case it goes up. >> easy recipes and impactful and you can do it.
>> i love how carla, daphne at the end they're like -- they've seen this done. nothing new. >> what's going on with you today. >> we went to twitter and went online and asked for their suggestions and they want some new twists so 95 degree on twitter asks breakfast is my favorite meal. is there a fresh twist on a dish instead of just plain old scrambled eggs? come on. >> i have a great one for you. you heard of a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich. like a new york city staple. this is bacon, egg and cheese in a sandwich. we're making bacon egg and cheese boats, take scrambled eggs, chive, pinch of salt and pepper, grugere cheese which melts beautifully and hollow out these mini baguettes or hughes a hoagie roll and pour this mixture in there and bake it at 350 until it all sets up then you can just put them on a platter and slice them up. they are so delicious. >> i like how you sliced them
>> on the side. there you have it. >> 95 degrees, i'm sure is very happy with that. >> robin, how are you? >> it is a mess back here. >> we'll get it all cleaned up later. another twitter question. grilled and marinated onions are my favorite topping. what entree is best paired with this? >> you know what, i love mushrooms with beets so have this pan roasted strip steak. a delicious steak. salt and pepper. hard caramelized and you just pull it out and go about three minutes a side and what i like to do is take a little bit of those mushrooms, put them in the hot pan. finish it with a little bit of sour cream. come on. don't be afraid, robin. don't be afraid. >> all right. >> you finish it with a little bit of that sour cream instead of butter and then you take your beautiful strip steak, you cut it up. you top it with that lovely mushroom sauce. >> that looks good. >> and you are off to the races. >> oh. just like that.
guys put on it. that's wonderful. it smells good. thank you. would you clean up. cleanup in aisle two. daph, how are you. >> so good to see sfwlu great to see you all, as always. zachary says, we always have taco tuesday at my house. is there a healthy alternative to making tacos. >> is there absolutely is and till delicious. that's the point of taco tuesday. family friendly, delicious fast. i do this turkey taco instead of ground beef. still your jalapenos, cumin, salt, pepper and then tomato paste and what i do is i bulk it up with pinto beans so still getting the flavor and texture of the meat but doing healthier and a little more protein and fiber good for you bees and top it with a super simple chipotle cabbage or lettuce slaw. a little bit of mainfof mayonnaise,
cabbage, purple or green, fresh tomatoes, chopped olives, onion. very simple. that's the thing when you have kids running around, busy at the end of the night. have something fast on the table. this comes together really quickly then you build out these great tacos, hard taco shells. >> delicious. >> make salad on top and a party right here. >> the crew is going to eat. i know you are looking at it. thank you, daphne. oh, okay, girl. this is right in your wheelhouse. this is the last one. comes ss claire. what is an easy but different de dessert to make for my friends. >> pineapple upside down monkey bread. i take store bought biscuit, toss them in sugar and coconut. i have melted butter and brown sugar in here. some maraschino cherries go in, fresh pineapple goes in here and then you dump these puppies in here. >> these are just regular old biscuits. >> regular old biscuits.
at 350. look at that. look at that. >> oh, yeah. >> that warms your house. >> all right. >> it's pretty. >> i just came over to have some of that monkey bread. >> congratulations. i can't believe it's been five seasons already. >> thank you. we can't either. thank you so much, robin. >> so much fun to hang out. >> and you can see "the chew" weekdays 1:00 p.m. eastern right here on espn -- espn? on abc. it is throwback thursday. >> it is. >> you get all these recipes at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo. i know you're going to be -- >> i was about to do it then sofia said do we get to eat it? so i said yes. you get to it, sofia.
all right. >> all that weather brought to you by colgate optic white. robin. >> all right, ginger, thank you very much. don't worry. all this food is not going to go to waste. we have a lot of people here. the crew is very happy when the "the chew" crew is here. more fun with tim howard. america's goalie is back in the
world cup now returning to the u.s. after 13 seasons abroad with the english premier league and welcome to times square. >> thank you. good to be back. >> what's it like. >> i always love playing for my country. it's just a good time. the boys get together and we have a laugh and ultimately we win. >> you wowed us all in 2014. we do have a message from denver. a little surprise from another denver mvp. let's take a look. >> hey, tim, huge fan. super excited to have you in the state of colorado, baby. >> little welcome from von mill sfler a big-time player. pretty awesome. >> two big names from denver. we know you're exceptionalal at soccer. you have other hidden talents. nun one on the board your favorite food. someone -- you guys want to help me. what is the reveal? do you see it. >> pizza. >> pizza. >> number two, favorite movie? >> "shaw shafk redemption". >> why is that.
never seen it but -- yeah, amazing acting. a movie i watched grow up as a kid. love it. >> a lot of talk about music. favorite music? without doubt. >> a tribe called quest. >> yeah. >> all right. we're going to make them dance but not yet. not yet. favorite musician we've got that. your favorite tattoo. portrait of his kids. we got a shot of this. you are famous for your tattoos. >> i have a few. >> on "adweek." not to mention pointing out you look better than any of us without a shirt on. the tattoo on your chest is your children. >> yes, yes, i've got two children, a little boy, a little girl, 10 and 8. >> how do they feel about coming to denver. >> they're excited because denver has the subway champs so they want to watch some football as well. >> if you weren't playing soccer what would you be doing? >> i'd dab finish. >> number five. >> i'd be point good for -- heights. that's my fear actually. >> that's my fear in now tell us
>> that's -- right. the new york knicks. >> we can only hope. maybe after denver. number seven. >> seven is -- >> favorite childhood -- harlem globe trotters. you got a chance to play with them. >> got a chance to be an honorary harlem globetrotter. >> show us a little move. >> well. >> whoa. then music. got to go to number eight here. >> that's your favorite childhood memory. >> yes. >> dancing to '80s music with your mom. with all your fans here -- >> i would need my mom to have a proper dance move. spin you right round >> this is the network of "dancing with the stars"? that's right. >> show us what you got. >> i got nothing for you. >> we hear you. number nine. >> yeah? cuba. >> favorite place to visit. >> is cuba.
to go to. >> that is soon changing but you've been. >> i've been there to the world cup qualifier and awesome. great little island. >> last reveal. number 10. your escape to the sunshine. >> yeah, it's been 13 years in manchester, england. not a lot of sun but in denver we get a lot. >> beautiful blue skies in denver with the rockies behind you. thanks, tim. let's hear it for tim howard, everybody. give him a cheer.
so look who's here. i mean so excited. >> i got presents. >> i brought you a present. >> i didn't even do anything. i got a present. >> andrew, one of the stars from "girls" and i share a massive love for flea market shopping? >> yes and midcentury items specifically. >> so i did get you that but that's not what i'm here to talk about. we're here to talk about "girls." >> i have to say this wall that you've created is both my dream come true and my nightmare.
>> because it's like -- >> you are a handsome devil. >> all photos of myself but sometimes it's a lot. >> and this season is a lot on "girls." a lot going on. >> a lot happening. >> and elijah has found love. >> elijah has a shot at a real adult relationship. played by the fantastic coryey stoll who is on that shot. our first kiss was outside your studio at 2:00 a.m. in times square. there it is. >> what is it like shooting. >> there was a weird combination of actual background. >> are those characters out there at that hour. >> yeah. >> they are. like dirty hello kitty and off brand elmo. >> off brand elmo. they were still there at 2:00 a.m. i don't know -- do they ever go home? i'm not sure. >> you shot the scene. you guys have a kiss. is this going to stick because
>> he's a little lost but, you know, this is like the first time he gets to be with an adult. >> yes. >> which is nice so we don't really get to -- or i haven't got to do too much of that on "girls" because we're usually too busy making terrible pistorius takes. so it's really nice to get to play sort of a very straight romantic story line and cory is just -- was just a dream to work with and is so wonderful. so -- >> loving this season. i can't stand the fact that it's been said that this is not the last season, one more to go. >> one more to go. >> breaks a lot of our hears who love the show. how is it for you know with each episode you're getting closer to the end? we're just about to start filming our sixth season. sixth and final season so it's really -- i mean, it's a long good-bye. we have a lot of time to sort of -- i might be back in a year from now talking about this very thing. >> least do in more gifts. more gifts please. no, but i think that we'll have -- it's going to be a tough final season to start of see how
flat we have a while to sort of prepare for this because it'll be hard. we've spent, you know -- >> grown up together in a way. >> with the exception of zosia, it was our first television show and have gotten to know each other well. >> meanwhile, mr. brood, you just had a wonderful part in "hamilton." >> i know. i know. >> the hottest show on broadway and play the funniest role to me. it's not a giant role but it's hilarious. you play king george. >> i was filling in for my friend. i came in for five weeks and it was just like the craziest, fastest -- dropped into a huge hit and got to leave. so it was nice. >> we got to go. >> what? >> we'll talk as soon -- we're
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everybody. this is a channel 7 eyewitness news brief. >> good morning, it's 8:56, i'm ken rosato. topping headlines, security officers, baggage handlers are on strike. it's part of a job action at eight major u.s. airports. at the workers want higher wages and they are concerned about security. the strike is not impacting any flights at this hour. the producers of the broadway hit, hamilton, are changing a controversial casting notice saying actors of all ethnicities are welcome. the actors equity association says the wording is inconsistent with its policies. producers now say they are casting for roles for nonwhite characters. it's time now to check the commute with heather o'rourke.
are going to the airport, this is how it looks on the grand central parkway. we have something happening very close to the spot. westbound grand central at laguardia, you have an accident. grand central east exit 16, a crash in the lie getting on to the bqe. we have delays and street for today. ken, over to you. >> bill evans with the end of march forecast. >> that's right, and march is ending like a lamb and warm. temperature now 58 degrees. up 3 degrees from just last hour. so looking at 57 riverdale. we're looking at 56 around islip. we'll get to 70 this afternoon. pretty easily, maybe in the low 70s. now tomorrow to kick off april, we start wet, showers in the morning, thunderstorms in the afternoon. it's going to get cold, gusty, chilly on sunday. ken. >> thank you, sir. that is the news for now. live with kelly and michael
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