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rain showers, snow showers off to the north here. seeing what will be rain this afternoon, temperature of 51. off and on showers, not heavy stuff, the snow to the north, a coating to 1-3 inches the farther north you go. headed to the stadium, make sure you got your rain gear for this afternoon. good morning, america. wicked weather slams the country. a powerful spring through the midwest and northeast. winds up to 60 miles an hour downing trees and buildings. more than 100,000 without power. as snow showers lead to nasty road conditions in major pileups. now a big freeze, too, temperatures in the teens. heading east. power play. donald trump bringing out his
as he battles for women's votes and hillary clinton prepares for bernie sanders. nominee. >> our candid interview with the democratic front-runner right here on "good morning america." soccer star abby wambach's heartfelt apology after being arrested for dui. the brewing feud this morning. 9 to 5 katy perry goes country and love is in air at two huge awards show. blake shelton bringing down the house with a song believed to be about gwen stefani and taylor swift stealing the show, what she's saying about her boyfriend for the first time. and good morning, america. good to be back from spring break. happy monday to everyone.
>> it sure was. taylor swift winning big, she took home four awards and maybe the bigger headline, she opened up about her boyfriend calvin harris. >> apparently love was in the air at the academy of country music awards. blake shelton performing a song believed to be about his love, gwen stefani and she talked about turning pain into pleasure later this morning. first, that powerful spring storm hitting from the midwest to the northeast, strong winds have damaged homes and look at what happened in indiana. a chipotle sign blown over, the driver in the car was able to get out safely and rob marciano is in boston tracking it all. >> reporter: good morning, george. what a wild april weekend of snow and wind and the snow already falling here in boston, round two now under way. overnight, commuter chaos in
this car rolling over in rochester and whiteout conditions leaving to a massive pile-up on i-88. injuring more than 30 people. in boston a fallen tree crashing on this car, killing both people inside. >> the ground is so saturated with all the rain, the trees are uprooted. >> reporter:n indiana, wind gusts knocking this chipotle sign on the ground. winds tearing down power lines throughout the northeast. this one igniting in foxborough, massachusetts. responsible for collapsing this building in baltimore. and in pittsburgh, grounds crew clearing ice and slush off the baseball field for the pirates' opening day game against the cardinals. the rest of the major league will open today including the boston red sox visiting
snow issue. check out the radar. we'll see several inches fall here and a long duration, all-day event for the most part. 2 to 4 inches. widespread. maybe 4 to 6 pockets of that. what sticks tonight is going to stick around through tomorrow. look at these wind chills, even colder than what we saw over the weekend. 12 in pittsburgh and 11 degrees in new york city. 13 degrees where the cherry blossoms are in full bloom in washington, d.c. amy. >> all right, rob, thanks so much. we appreciate it. now to the investigation into that fatal amtrak derailment in philadelphia. a train colliding with a backhoe on the track. from these dramatic photos you can see inside that mangled car. david kerley has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, amy.
those tents behind me that's where the investigators are working this morning. still the question how does a train and a heavy piece of equipment end up on the same rail lines. >> all, ms units working the train accident. >> reporter: left two dead and amtrak's engines off the rails. >> the whole train was shaking like it was going to fall apart. >> reporter: parts of the cars did. debris from the collision ripping through the front cars of train 89. >> all you could see was dirt and debris flying past the train and there was fire flashes. >> reporter: passengers who could scrambled to safety. but more than 30 were injured. a doctor in the first car, sprung into action. >> take a deep breath, you mutter a little prayer and you say, hope to god i can handle whatever it is that comes my way and you dig right in. >> train 89 just hit a backhoe.
morning, how could this happen? a backhoe like this used for track maintenance on the same tracks as the southbound train. the amtrak operator of that machinery and his supervisor were the two who were killed. >> we'll be looking at the track structure. >> reporter: more than 30 passengers and the engineer were taken to the hospital. passengers were able to walk away from it. george, one of the questions is, you remember after the derailment last may, north of philadelphia, they put in positive train control, why didn't stop this accident from happening yesterday? >> just one of many questions david, thanks very much. the largest leak of secret documents in history, pub publication of what's being called the panama papers, a worldwide corruption scandal.
correspondent terry moran has the latest from london. good morning, terry. >> reporter: this scandal is exploding on a global scale right now, burning up social media. trending on twitter. edward snowden tweeting, this is the biggest leak in the history of data journalism. it all centers on a secretive law firm in panama. helping the world's richest and powerful to launder their money and dodge sanctions. russian president vladimir putin is not named specifically in these documents but they reveal a telltale trail, set up by his closest inner circle and worth $2 billion. other world leaders involved. . king of saudi arabia. even the president of ukraine. this scandal is just exploding as i say right now. and russia has already responded.
a putinophobia and an attack on the country. >> the consequences could really ripple. now to the race for the white house. voters in wisconsin getting ready to head to the polls tomorrow where republican front-runner donald trump is facing a strong challenge from ted cruz. april shaping up to be a huge month. another huge month, we should say n the race. with at least 255 delegates at stake for the republicans. abc's tom llamas is here tracking it all. >> reporter: senator ted cruz feeling confident about wisconsin. he knows if he wins there, this race could be decided on the convention floor. this, as donald trump is calling for governor john kasich to get out of the race because he's taking away potential votes. this morning, donald trump trying to bounce back after a rough stretch. from drama with his campaign. to fumbling on abortion. and a war of words over with wives. >> was this my best week?
i could have done without the retweet, et cetera. >> reporter: in a rare move, trump admitting he's made mistakes and regrets initially suggesting that women should be punished for having an illegal abortion. >> as a hypothetical question, i'd rather answer it in a different way. >> reporter: today, wife melania returns to the campaign trail. >> he'll be the best president. >> reporter: this as senator ted cruz says trump's misstatements on issues like abortion happen because he's not a real republican. >> donald trump's answers are the answers of someone who's a liberal, trying to say what he thinks conservatives want to hear. >> reporter: cruz not the only one taking shots at trump. >> donald trump doesn't not personally condone violence. >> right. let's see what's randomly happening at his rally right now.
>> reporter: for the democrats a new fight is brewing. hillary clinton said she's ready to debate bernie sanders on "good morning america" before the new york primary in two weeks. sanders, not ready to commit. >> people of new york deserve to hear us discussing the important issues facing that state and facing the country. i suspect it will work out. >> this morning, lot of people in the political world are talking about new story in new york magazines, about donald trump and in this story, two interesting nuggets, one, ivanka trump wanted donald trump to apologize after his comments about mexican immigrants when he announced and that donald trump has been wearing a bullet proof vest out on the campaign trail. >> tom, thanks very much. my interview now with hillary clinton, she's under pressure from bernie sanders before tomorrow's big vote in wisconsin. thank you for joining us.
>> bernie sanders is on a winning streak, won five out of the last six. wisconsin, he's ahead right now. why can't you put him away? >> i'm happy where i'm at. two important indicators the number of pledged delegates i'm significantly ahead. after all, that's what determines the outcome. the popular vote, i have close to 9 million votes that's a million more than donald trump and 2.5 million than senator sanders 37 i feel like we're on a good path. it's an exciting time in american politics, because i think people are really tuning in and trying to figure out what we're going to do and i think what i have said is we need to elect somebody based on three tests. can you do things that are going to improve people's lives? can you be the commander in chief and keep us safe at home and around the world? can you unify us?
given some of the rhetoric in this campaign. >> that has been your message so far. but he's on this winning streak. don't you have to win your home state here in new york in two weeks sf. >> i'm going to do everything i can to win in as many places as possible. but i have been through this before. we were laughing before we started, i can remember how hard it was when my husband ran in 1992. i ran a tough campaign against then-senator obama. so, we have a system and i'm very confident that ill'll be the nominee. i'm not taking anything for granted. >> even if you don't win new york? >> i'm confident that i'll get the nominee. i'm proud of the work that i did with so many thousands of new yorkers. so, of course, i'm going to work
>> you know, in milwaukee on saturday night, you talked, you're a loyal, true democrat, clearly a shot at bernie sanders. when i asked him about that, the fact that he's an independent is a strength in the campaign. in a lot of the polls right now, he does better than you in the general election. >> well there are a lot of polls that say just the opposite. but polls this far out don't mean anything. what's important is not what somebody's theory is but how many votes have you gotten. that's what we determine elections based on. i also believe it's important that we elect more democrats. i would love to see the senate go back to being democratic instead of having republicans who won't do their constitutional obligation. well, there's no indication that there's any interest there. i'm committed to electing democrats. i'm helping to fund democratic campaigns. attend of the day a president
robust agenda with big goals for our country. i think i got a track record of proven results. i think it will be better for the country if we move away from the obstructionism, the extreme partisan ship that we're seeing today. follow the constitution, which right now doesn't seem to be the case. >> you're hitting donald trump pretty hard. your first ad here against donald trump. are you worried at all this goes to a contested convention on the republican side and they pick somebody else, a fresh face, who might be a more difficult challenge. >> i had that experience, too. i started running out in the new york senate, rudy giuliani, he dropped out and then i had a fresher face to run against. i have no control over what the republicans do. even though i'm working hard to win the nomination and compete
it's important not to let the kind of comments we're hearing not just from donald trump but the other republican contenders go unanswered because the world hearse those. lot of people in our country hear insulting comments about immigrants being called rapists and criminals. profiling muslim communities. and they wonder what is happening in our country. while i'm focused on the primary and getting the number of delegates necessary to be the nominee i'm going to keep standing up to donald trump, ted cruz or anybody else who are saying things that are so contrary to who we are. that gets me to the last test, do you want to unify the country? >> you and bernie sanders are going to debate in new york. >> i'm hoping to, we offered dates which they refused. you offered -- "good morning america" offered a debate during "good morning america" on friday the 15th.
i think it's great opportunity to reach an audience that may not be able to because of other obligations to tune in to debates. i understand there's a debate in the works for the night of the 14th. i'll be there. i want to debate and i'm confident that we can work out a time to do that. >> thank you. >> excited if we get the debate. let's move on to march madness, the final matchup turning into a sibling showdown. two friends, turned brothers, facing off tonight in the big championship game. jesse palmer is here with all of the details. good morning, jesse. >> that's right, nate britt and his adopted brother kris jenkins. nate plays for north carolina. kris is a forward for villanova. they're extremely close, right now, allegedly, they're giving
until they meet on the court. this is it. villanova versus unc. the wildcats versus the tar heels and brother versus brother? that's right, when villanova faces north carolina tonight, two brothers will be going toe to toe against each other. fighting for the national championship as well as a lifetime of bragging rights. >> i expect this game to be super competitive. >> reporter: nate britt is a junior at unc. kris jenkins, a junior at' nova. they played aau basketball together when they were 11. that's when jenkins' mother decided her son would have an opportunity for a more stable life with the britt family. >> for them to take a total stranger in the house was a blessing. >> reporter: the britts adopted them.
against each other. think peyton manning and eli manning. or venus and serena williams. how will it feel for them? >> there's no one i want to beat more than my brother. >> reporter: it looks like brotherly love will have to wait. of course while this may cause a bit of family feud, this is going to be a win-win situation for the britt family, either way, they're going to be celebrating a championship. let's not forget the women's basketball championship is also going to be a good one. uconn facing off syracuse tuesday night. if uconn wins, it will be an unprecedented fourth straight championship. a dynasty. >> amazing. all right, let's go back up to rob in boston, lot more on that cold. >> yes, snowing here in boston. likely snowing in storrs,
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charged with dui. the wreck happened at lakeland and ocean avenues. second driver being treated for injuries at stony brook university hospital. police identified the married victims as william and joe ann kr. a long island man is accused of attacking his wife inside their restaurant. juw grabbed his wife by the back of her head and forced her hands in to a vat of boiling oil at their chinese restaurant. she is treated for second degree burns. the 12 and 14-year-old daughters were there when happened. he will be in court this morning. coming up, presidential candidate donald trump's ex- wife opens up about their relationship now. that's coming up next on good
welcome back to "good morning america." you can see it right there, big storm heading east bringing freezing temperatures and snow, as millions from the midwest to the northeast recover from the wicked weather creating dangerous commutes. tracking the latest this morning. also right now, wisconsin voters getting ready to head to the polls tomorrow as donald trump faces some stiff competition from ted cruz the gop front-runner's wife melania
today to support her husband. then, the smoke clearing now at newark airport, new jersey, after a fire in a boiler room, the fire flared up for a second time, delaying flights. thankfully no one was injured. we also have more on a big night in music, blake shelton's performance, stealing the show at the academy of country music awards. >> that's right. what his song said and who it may be about that's making all the head lines this morning. but we do begin with abby wambach the olympic medalist, is apologizing this morning and facing new fallout after her dui arrest this weekend. abc's ryan smith here with the story. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: one of the greatest soccer players of all time. the world record holder for goals among women and men. after months after retiring, a dui leading her in cuffs and controversy.
>> reporter: this morning, a fall from grace for one of usa soccer's biggest stars. >> her final game from the united states women's national team. >> reporter: just four months after hanging up jersey number 20, captain abby wambach, arrested for driving under the influence saturday night. stopped for running a red light, failing a field sobriety test. the world cup winner swiftly releasing a statement on her facebook account, taking responsibility for her actions. this is all on me, i promise that i'll do whatever it takes to ensure that my horrible mistake is never repeated. i'm so sorry to my family, friends, fans and those that look to follow a better example. the fallout rolling in this morning. >> everything that you do is a statement about who you are. >> reporter: mini cooper who has featured wambach in their ads has pulled its commercials.
where the ball keeps rolling forward. >> reporter: she's also dealing with fallout from the u.s. men's soccer team. one tweeting must have been a foreign american player's fault. from her criticism in december. >> the way he's changed and bunch in a bunch of these foreign guys. not something that i believe in. >> reporter: jozy altidore chiming in, too, should have used one of the team's van. referring to hope solo stopped last january while driving an official soccer van. this twitter spat not the first sign of tension between the men's and women's u.s. soccer teams recently. just last week, five soccer stars filing a suit, alleging
than the men's team. portland police describing her polite and they released the star on her own recognizance. >> reporter: the mortician whose life and crimes are portrayed in the jack black film "bernie." heading back to court nearly after 20 years he was convicted of murdering a wealthy widow. the new evidence the jury will continue. >> reporter: what's the appropriate sentence for murder? that's the question bernie's peers will attempt to answer. it's the 2011 dark comedy ripped right from the headlines. >> she's very lonely person. >> reporter: in the star-studded movie "bernie" jack black plays
>> it's like he cast a spell over the entire area. >> reporter: made a shocking confession for the 1996 murder of his 81-year-old friend and former employee marjorie nugent. the widow is played by shirley mac lain. he hit her in the back four times. while he spempbt her millions on various projects. telling investigators nugent had become very hateful, very possessive over my life. she was now evil and wicked. sentenced to life in prison, he talked about the murder in this 2012 jailhouse interview with longview news journal. >> i'll put her in the freezing. you keep the body cool. tend to it later on. that's what i did. >> reporter: now this morning, his fate is set to be decided once again.
has asked me to do which is -- >> reporter: his recent sentencing trial starts this week. after winning an appeal. his attorney argued that the jury never heard evidence that he was abused as a child. in a twist made for hollywood, tiede was released on $10,000 bond into the custody of the movie's director. >> became a friend. i felt sorry for him. no more likely to commit a violent act than me or you. >> reporter: now he waits to see if he'll remain free or return to prison for the rest of his life. jury selection continues today. opening arguments are scheduled to start on wednesday. tiede has been living in austin where he's once again singing in a choir. moving on to a different kind of courtroom scene, this one is shocking, literally, a
taser on a defendant. abc's eva pilgrim has the story. >> reporter: it's literally a shocking moment in court. >> aagh! >> reporter: a married judge caught on camera ordering a deputy to stun a defendant in his courtroom. that's king screaming on the floor, he was in court representing himself on a gun charge. at some point, the judge appears to run out of patience. >> i didn't ask you what your name was. >> reporter: in this newly released video, king tries to make a legal argument, but the judge orders him to zip it up. >> stop. stop! >> reporter: but king keeps talking, that's when the judge takes action. >> use it. >> reporter: using a stun cuff on king the electronic ankle bracelet sending a shock through his body. >> it felt like fire went through my back.
permanent break after the incident maryland's highest court banning him from the bench for life. pleading guilty to a misdeknee wror civil rights violation. he was sentenced to one year probation, $5,000 fine. for "good morning america," eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> wow. >> the cameras in the court. >> hard to watch. coming up next, we have donald trump's ex-wife ivana revealing why he's a big reason he he's running for president. and big medical news, for millions of americans with high cholesterol. the new drug that can help
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9 to 5 yep, katy perry and dolly parton bringing down the house at the acma awards last night. their first live performance together. the audience on their feet and two other famous music duos are making news. jesse, tell us about that. >> two of the biggest superstars in music, last night taylor swift won four awards at the iheart iheartradio and thanked her
first time and she called him by his real name, which is adam. >> first time i have had the most amazing person to come home to, when the crowds were all gone. i want to thank my boyfriend adam for that. i love you guys so much. >> learn something new for the first time every day, i guess. huge calvin harris fan. she also added it was probably her last awards show for a while. is she taking a break? only she knows for sure. meanwhile at over at the acm awards, blake shelton got rave reviews for his new number, reportedly about a new woman in his life, gwen stefani. take a listen. it looks like it's just you and me falling in love
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windy, chilly raw day, 33 white plains. the snow line is there at i-287 across i-95 and connecticut and i-80 in jersey, mixed in with ice as you go north. rain across long island. rain, 50 degrees, first pitch temperature 50 at 1:00 with the rain and it's very cold tomorrow. leaving tuesday for cancellation rain at the stadium. probably play tomorrow. we get a check on the commute with heather o'rourke. >> this is the new york state throughway, exit 14b, see the snow is falling and starting to add up on the side of the roadway. it's not causing issues with the roads. let's go to the maps. 287 north. exit 22, tractor trailer fire, all lanes are closed and detoured. two trains, prospect downtown express only, 180th down to 149th. signal problems at grant avenue.
jersey transit, hackettstown and mount olive expect residual delay, street cleaning rules in effect for today. bill made reference, opening day for the yankees, who just sent out a tweet saying they are assessing the forecast, they will provide an update within 30 minutes. 50,000 people are expected to pack yankee stadium for the 114th opening day in the team's history. a rematch of the playoff loss against houston which ended the yankee's season. first pitch at 1:05. rehearsal with the boys to men
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and one-on-one with gwen stefani, the superstar on her painful year. her family's breakup and how she's healing. >> i was literally trying to get up in the morning. >> revealing how music saved her and the inspiration behind her blockbuster new song. >> it was magic. there was magic in the room.
americans with high cholesterol, brand-new research reveals a new kind of drug that could lower it without painful side effects. cyberer mean girls. our teen focus group revealing what really happens on their phones when you're not looking. the new tool that could finally stop the bullying. >> from boyz ii men to "dancing with the stars." wayna morris. behind the scenes at rehearsals before tonight's show. all that, and a have special performance from gwen herself, as we say -- >> good morning, america. and gwen stefani just saw her. good morning, america. happy monday. lot more gwen coming up.
we'll talk about that. and then, we've got that performance in times square. the superstar so open, honest, hopeful about the future. also, a huge hit on "snl" over the weekend. she did a sketch with peter dinklage from "game of thrones." and her sweetie was watching, tweeting. we'll have that interview with gwen coming up. a big snack alert this morning. before you pick up frozen yogurt do you know what's really in it? becky worley will have a lot more on that coming up. amy makes her way over the desk. they gave her an obstacle course. >> they don't make it easy. good morning, guys. the big story this morning, lot of people have it worst than us, the winterlike weather blasting
overnight. snow falling in upstate new york before the morning rush. some cars were no match for the icy roads. winds up to 60 miles an hour sent a tree falling on to a passing car in massachusetts, killing the couple inside. and the wind also partially collapsed some vacant buildings in baltimore. to politics now and the scramble for votes ahead of tomorrow's primary in wisconsin, donald trump trailing ted cruz while struggling to recover from a rough week. trump acknowledges he should not have made that comment about punishing women if abortions are ever made illegal. he regrets retweeting an unflattering picture of ted cruz's wife. he's now calling for john kasich to drop out of the race. meanwhile the democrats have agreed to a debate before the new york primary, but they're disagreeing on the details. hillary clinton wants to face off right here on "good morning america."
breaking news, alaska airlines has announced plans to buy virgin american. investigators are poring over information looking into the amtrak derailment on sunday. two rail workers were killed. when that train hit a backhoe used for maintenance. the first wave of migrants sent back from greece have arrived in turkey this morning, as part of a controversial new deal, europe offered turkey financial incentives to take back thousands of migrants from syria iraq and other countries. in canada, take a look at this. a woman survived a wild crash, her car plunged 300 feet down this cliff and left dangling. she drove think a parking lot gate and was then from the car. incredibly, she's alive.
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high. but if you have relatively high cholesterol but not bad enough to need, what are other ways to lower it. >> exercise will bring down cholesterol. healthy diet in fiber. if you don't smoke, don't start and if you do smoke, try to stop. at least every five years, you're checking your cholesterol to see if it's coming up. >> this affects so many. you'll be on twitter. >> definitely. >> rich, thanks very much. here's what's coming up on "good morning america" morning menu. i'm going one-on-one with gwen stefani, she's opening up art her family, her new love, her new album. and an important parenting alert, how some popular smartphone apps could expose your kid to cyberbullying. and becky worley is with us
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blake. stefani's 13-year marriage to single gavin rossdale ended in a very public this past fall but she found love with a recent co-worker. you can hear it almost happen when you listen to her new album. you've gone through a lot. >> i have. if i didn't do that i would haven't this. you have to be grateful for all of it. >> taking the pain and turning it into such creativity, how did you channel that? >> i think that i -- i felt like i was so -- i was so kind of -- i felt like -- i can't even find the words. oh, my god. i was embarrassed. like i can't go down. this is not who i am. i'm not going to fail. i had to make something good out
i'm going to make this into music. >> was that with the music? some of these songs are hot off the presses. >> it was magic. there was magic in the room. i was in the studio by my label. i didn't care about anything. i was literally trying to get up in the morning. i just want to write a record and i don't care about anything else except for getting this out. i don't care what style it is. or being on the radio or charts, anything, why would that matter to me at this point. nothing matters except trying not to die. >> can i ask you about the first song, it's titled "red flag"? what does that mean. >> red flags we ignore in our lives. >> how pain was it putting your heart on paper? >> it's still painful. i'm looking at the pieces and going, what is happening? so many great things.
family break up. what do you do after that? here we are, we're doing >> it do you think the music saved you? >> if sure, like 100%. 100%. >> "make me like you" is inspired by a certain co-worker, is it a happy song? how quickly did you write that? >> that song was one of my favorites to write. it came out. i was feeling that way. it's what i felt that day. it i miss you right now, here it is. everybody in the room was kind of, like, whoa, this is happening right now. it was written fast. 10, 15 minutes the whole thing just done. >> i want to talk to you about the live video you did during a grammy commercial break. >> first of all, i can't believe they asked me to do that. you can imagine, there was never a chance to really run the whole thing.
do live art like that, every single on that set counted. pretty magical. >> it seems like putting yourself out there feels pretty natural out there. >> it feels like i'm supposed to be doing this right now, sharing my story and i really hope that this record brings pleasure and i don't know, documents peoples' lives in this moment and i'm so happy to share >> it thanks for sharing it with us. >> thank you. >> gwen stefani and this is what the truth feels like is available now. get it. >> the truth heard in some of the songs. interesting the record label, as she's sending these songs they're pouring out of her, they're like, a little raw, a little angry, cut to album released and number one on the billboard 200. >> it's a relatable thing.
i could relate. i feel like, obviously so can -- >> the openness helps. >> blake shelton opens up. it's contagious her happiness and well deserved. we wish you the best, gwen. thank you. her performance is coming up. first our series what your kids don't want you to know. t.j. holmes is sharing a candid conversation between a group of tween girls and their parents about what really happens on their phones and also revealing the anonymous messaging apps. this morning, t.j. has the latest on cyberbullying. >> reporter: rolling eyes. stick and stones may back your break. it can go viral. a whole different monster.
that kids these days are any meaner than they have ever been. new technology that allows them to spread that meanness around. school bullies don't have to corner their victims anymore. >> no. >> never have one like bully. everyone talking behind everyone else's backs. >> reporter: these 14-year-old. and 15-year-olds from san francisco love their smartphones. who's the worst out of the group? they agreed to tell us how some apps and social media can expose them to an online world of insults. how bad does it get? >> lot of issues to the point. >> what kind of stuff do they say online via social media they wouldn't say to your face. >> physical appearance. >> reporter: she quit one after harassment. >> within the first half an hour and i deleted it the day after
>> reporter: a negative comment or two is one thing but experts define cyberbullying when someone is hurtful repeatedly and deliberately. experts caution, that cyberbullying is almost never the sole factor in suicide. >> they don't want parents to solve this problem. they do need the tools to solve the problem themselves. >> reporter: one tool is the new google chrome extension called, reword. it acts as a spellcheck of negative language, gives them an opportunity to change it. our group is hopeful that taken upon themselves to police it. >> it's not just you attack the bully.
this is such a huge topic of conversation in my house and so many homes across america. >> kids can be mean. no matter what, you can walk down the hall and say, i don't like your shoes. when someone does it over and over when you're trying to hurt your feelings, sometimes bullying can be accidental. one off-comment, those kids admit we would say things online that we wouldn't say to their face. repeated and intentional. >> so refreshing to hear those kids they want to get inside the minds of the bully and help them stop. >> we have been doing this series, some parents were scared. this week, glad to end on a hopeful note. these kids have taken it upon themselves to police themselves.
bullying. so it's nice to see them blitzing themselves. they don't want parents and adults to fix the problems. no, i don't bring it to my parents at least it reaches a threatening level. >> that is hopeful. great reporting. thank you. let's head outside to rob in boston. >> good morning, guys. at the moment, boston can handle
guns "n" roses fans. knocking on heaven's doors over the weekend. they'll play a last-minute gig, it's been over 23 since the original members, axl rose, slash have played together and lucky celebs and fans who got to watch say they sounded as cool as november rain. including kate hudson, chris brown was there. bradley cooper, he brought his mom. don't worry if you miss it. that was just practice for a city tour kicking off in detroit june 23rd. also in "pop news" this morning, if you have noticed our french friends across the pond
little bit happier. could be the wine, could be the cheese, more relaxed attitudes about work and that's only getting better. officials in paris on the verge of passing new legislation that i i believe we should take seriously, the right to disconnect, allowing workers to turn off cell phones and other devices when they leave the office, they believe the technology have put lai laissez-faire way of life. it would go into effect in 2018. >> what did you just say? >> very impressive. >> could you ever -- >> it should not be a law. >> it is shouldn't? >> no. >> what about you, jesse?
more wine. >> focusing on family and then you feel less guilt. you wouldn't feel like you had to look at it. finally, take a look at this, 4-month-old baby who surprised her dad with a little rhythm dance. can't even walk and already -- watch your back. no irish ancestry according to mom. not even on dad's side. a little lord of the dance in the house. >> got some rhythm there. that's fantastic. thank you, lara. coming up -- some snack rescue. do you know what's in your yogurt. we're breaking down treats that are supposed to be healthy.
degrees this last hour. off to the north, we have the temperatures that are around 30, 32 degrees. the rain-snow line isics 287. north of that is where you have the wet snow, in connecticut, hudson river valley and northern jersey. rain showers and 50 this afternoon. a wet baseball game in the bronx. brisk and chillier tomorrow. we have a couple of problems with the subways a train, signal problems at grant after, a and c high street. the dan berry branch 15-15 minute delays. new jersey transit fine. the tractor trailer fire, 287 north, exit 22s all lanes are closed detoured as a result of that. heading to 287 north. exit 59, franklin lakes, a vehicle fire.
parking rules are in firefighters are putting out hot spots after flames damaged a commercial building. it happened in a catering business . firefighters were able to stop the flames from spreading to adjoining buildings. a church did sustain some damage. it will fire was brought under control hours ago. sit opening day for the
news they are watching the forecast, the bronx bombers hope to get the game in today. 50,000 people are expected to pack yankee stadium for the 114th opening day in the team's history. rematch of last october's wild card playoff loss against houston which ended the yankees season pregame ceremonies at 12:30. first pitch at 1:05. that's the news for now, live with kelly and michael at 9:00. more of good morning america up next. have a make me like you the catchy tune. >> welcome back to "good morning america." >> gwen stefani's new hit "make me like you." more of that performance coming up be that's right. also joey fatone live, former "dancing with the stars" star, breaking down this
first let's go to amy. now to our brand-new series, "snack rescue" helping you make smarter choices when you get hungry. this morning, we're breaking down frozen yogurt. look who's here, abc's becky worley is the real scoop and it's not what i wanted to hear, becky. >> yes, yes, the scoop i see what you're doing there with me and unfortunately, if you think that getting frozen yogurt instead of ice cream means that you're getting less sugar, well, think again. some fro-yo. what's better than a little fro-yo. it's yogurt, right sf. >> it's different. >> reporter: this nutritionist says, no way. >> you're going to get pro teen, no added sugar, good choice. really, really healthy. >> reporter: the new trigs information from five national
18 grams of sugar with some as 28 grams of added sugar. twice what a kid should eat. another problem, that 28 grams of sugar it's for a four-ounce serving. this is what four ounces of froyo looks like. it looks tiny. no surprise people serve themselves so much more than that four-ounce serving. i wouldn't to four shops. no one had cups smaller than 8 ounces. can i weigh your yogurt? 12.6 ounces. 17 ounces of yogurt. this yogurt alone before you get to toppings has at least 126 grams of sugar, equal to 30 sugar cubes, that's way over the limit. 30 cubes of sugar. is that what you would have expected? >> no. >> less than ice cream, but it's not. >> i bring my grandchildren
>> reporter: we reached out to yogurt land who had the sugar count and they said we offer a variety of custom frozen yogurt flavors and topping tas that appeal to our guests. but sticking to that four-ounce serving size, it's not easy. >> when you go into the store and this is the only size available, consider of filling it only a third of this large cup. >> this is a good serving size right here. we're joined now by some frozen yogurt fans. becky, it's not just the yogurt we need to be concerned about, it's this. >> think about it, if you put two tablespoons of any of the
type of cookies and stuff like that, you're adding four extra sugar cubes' worth of sugar. >> people probably put this on because they think the yogurt is healthier so they think they can. >> you're totally right. this is a mental game. let me show you something that will change your mind. you think ice cream over fro-yo. >> you'll cheese fro-yo. >> but look at this, on this side i have the frozen yogurt. on this side the ice cream. look at that. >> wow. >> the ice cream has more fat, sure enough, but that's only five sugar cubes' worth. but if we have the same serving size of fro-yo, plus candy, two tablespoons of candy, it goes to 12 sugar cubes for the four-ounce size. >> this is so eye-opening. sorry, kids, things are changing
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the boyz ii men star scoring big numbers. abc's nick watt takes us behind the scenes with wayna morris. >> reporter: he's busting out the best moves, the biggest smile and -- >> 8. >> 8. >> reporter: and bagging the best scores so far. wayna morris, one of the boyz ii men. monthtown philly >> reporter: the unlikely front-runner. pressure? >> a little bit of pressure. >> reporter: are the other guys in the band -- >> loving it, loving it. >> reporter: oh, and i forget to mention the fashion. >> the electric blue. that looked good. >> we had matching blue shoes as well. >> it's not fat, just fat muscle muscles. >> reporter: wayna's lost 50
>> he's disappearing. >> seriously. >> one, two, three -- good. >> reporter: training hours every day while with the band, touring the country. >> in the past ten days we have been to indiana, chicago, cincinnati, detroit, l.a., las vegas, florida. >> reporter: on the weekends they rehearse here in vegas where the band is in rezsidence at the mirage. >> have you ever done this stuff before? >> never. i'm just going to focus and follow my lead. myzpac. >> reporter: as lindsay, she makes him better. for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, las vegas.
who knows a little bit about "dancing with the stars," joey fatone. you're the inspiration for him to go "dancing with the stars." >>. >> he saw season four. so, you know, he's like, if he can dance, yeah, so can this fat black guy. it's exciting to see him. it's been funny, believe it or not, every season, i know at least one person in the actual cast. it's great with wayna, when i was with n sync no one saw your personality. >> we have to see a different side of him tonight. the waltz. >> that's what's always difficult sometimes. i had a little bit of trouble, because you're always dancing and always performing. the rate is fast. waltz is a lot slower, they're watching everything.
>> len is so tough. the waltz in particular, he's a stickler. >> yeah. you're pointing that toe. >> you sound just like him. [ laughter ] >> it's pretty funny the whole thing. it's weird i start to watch that now. >> you're ready to be a judge now? >> i should, yeah, come on, "dancing with the stars." >> do you dance at all by the way? >> what kind of club are you talking about? basically, you know what, i haven't done it lately. they did a "dancing with the stars" tour for a while. i did it out in las vegas. there was a cruise, "dancing with the stars" at sea. i think they have "dancing with the stars" everything. even in your living room. mostly with "dancing with the stars" they always bring you back. >> we talked to the celebs that come on, they say it's incredibly hard. >> yeah, it's not that easy. you see how much work really
it's crazy with ginger and wayna, because both of them are still really working a lot. they're jumping all over the place. it takes that toll. for me, i was rehearsing four, five hours every day and it's amazing the cardio and you're dancing and you just drop a lot of weight which is amazing. maybe i should go back to dancing. i told wayna, we're challenging each other. so far, he's down 50 pounds. i'm down 50 pounds. >> you're in a movie right now, kind of a boy band reunion. >> yeah, on syfy. nick carter came up with this idea of zombiesened and westerns. >> zombies, westerns and boy bands? wow, i love it. >> yeah, you got eric e strad ya.
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everyone, and have a great week. good morning, it's 8:56 on this monday, i'm michelle charlesworth. topping headlines , the center and rain, let's get over to bill evans. >> the rain has prompted the opening day. that is going to be tomorrow, because today we have all this rain. snow to the north. temperatures are warming up. 39 degrees at 9:00. see now it's 38 tee knack. bridgeport 36. looking at rain across the area for the day. chilly rain, snow is starting to wiped down. 51 this afternoon with the showers.
a chilly day, sunshine and 41. let's get a check on the commute with heather. >> 287 northbound side, exit 22, the tractor trailer fire is still being battled. the fire is extinguished, the truck is out there. all enlanes closed down and detoured as a result. democratic presidential candidate hilary clinton joins governor cuomo at a victory rally for a $15 minimum wage. for the rest of the state by 2021. cuomo will sign it in to haw and celebrate new york's plan for paid family leave. as bill was uk tocking about, opening they for the yankees canceled because of the weather. 5000 people expected to pack yankee stadium for the 114th opening day in the team's history tomorrow, rematch of the wild card playoff loss