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good morning, america. now. at least four men arrested outside london as the u.s. pledges to put more boots on the ground. special forces inside iraq and syria carrying out secret missions to capture and kill isis leaders. a massive food recall linked to an e. coli outbreak this morning. more than 150,000 products sold at some of the biggest grocery chains like costco, target and walmart potentially contaminated. that astounding $45 billion promise from facebook founder mark zuckerberg. the letter to his newborn daughter the world is reading. new details on why he's giving charity. why this could be the most
and one on on one with kobe bryant opening up for the first retirement. go? >> i am. >> are you ready to let her go? i am. >> why kobe is hanging it now. what he did not accomplish on the court and who would really win in a matchup with michael jordan. the exclusive only on "gma" this morning. and good morning, america. welcome back to robin. court time with kobe. i didn't know basketball was a girl. >> it's his first love and only love to this point and to give it up like he has, 17 times he's been an all-star. he's been in the league for 20 years, five nba championships and he's going to tell us why five is not enough. >> five is not enough. >> there is a reason why. >> he's at peace. >> he is certainly at peace. he's ready to move on. >> he looks so young. you look at him and can't believe he's retiring.
when you're an athlete you're told you're old, you're old. >> there's a whole other chapter or 12 for you. breaking news, terror raids outside london as the war against isis enters a new phase with the u.s. pledging to put more special forces on the ground inside iraq and syria. abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran is in london with the latest. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, george. way. four men arrested. seven addresses searched as europeans brace for more attacks after paris and now know the u.s. boots on the ground fighting isis on the battlefields of iraq and syria. intensifying the pressure on isis, backing up the air strikes that have pounded their positions for months, defense secretary carter announcing a new deployment of u.s. special forces to the region. >> we're at war. we're using the might have the
has ever known. >> reporter: the pentagon says 100 to 150 special forces troops will be based in iraq and conduct ground combat raids against isis in both iraq and syria. their mission, gather intelligence, free isis hostages, kill or capture isis leaders. it's all part of the effort to carry the fight to isis. carter was grilled about how successful the american effort really is. >> are we winging, mr. secretary? >> we will win. >> are we winning now? >> we're going to win. >> reporter: but victory is still a long way off. secretary of state kerry today pleaded with nato allies to step up their efforts in the fight against isis and here in london, while those terror raids are still under way parliament will vote in afternoon on whether britain should join the bombing campaign against isis in syria after months of sitting on the sidelines but paris, it seems, has changed everything and the house of commons will likely vote to have britain join the fight today. george and robin. >> terry moran, thanks very much. >> see what that vote says.
for president now and more good news for donald trump as his opponents step up their attacks, a new poll out this morning shows that republican front-runner solidifying his lead with marco rubio, ben carson and ted cruz now neck and neck for second place. abc's tom llamas has the latest. >> good morning. this is not good news for dr. ben carson. he's down seven points in about a month. why the droppy those polls feel he doesn't have the right experience or leadership qualities. as for trump, slightly higher than he was last time around when this poll was conducted and headed in the right direction. this morning, a new national poll shows donald trump not only on top but growing. >> they say that i have the most loyal people. you know, others, if you sneeze they drop you. me, i can sneeze, i can say things that i think are right. >> reporter: overnight those
fueling the front-runner's claims that muslims celebrated on 9/11 in new jersey. tweeting this video from a local new york city station after the attack reporting on rumors of that celebration. >> we're celebrating the destruction that they saw from the roof. >> reporter: despite the claims the video does not show any must lips celebrating on rooftops attributed to sources peppered with inaccurate information. trump's allegations fueling friction with new jersey governor chris christie. christie, who received key endorsements in new hampshire willing to take on trump over his words. >> if donald starts yelling and screaming in the middle of a speech you'll be sure i'll say, sit down and shut up. >> reporter: candidates like christie and also senator ted cruz hoping to win over voters that like a tough-talking candidate like trump. cruz detecting most criminals to a political party on tuesday. >> now, listen, here's the simple and undeniable fact. the overwhelming majority of violent criminals are democrats. >> reporter: but we couldn't find any research or statistic
the cruz campaign telling abc news, the senator based his statement on a study conducted in only three states that showed a majority of ex-felons in those states registered as democrats. >> when elected democrats push to give felons the right to vote, it is a perfectly rationale and reasonable inference to say those democrats understand that the overwhelming majority of violent criminals vote democratic. >> reporter: now, back to trump, a moment of reflection, a rare moment of reflection from the billionaire last night. he talked about not serving in vietnam because of several reasons including draft number and as well as problems with his foot but last night he said he felt guilty about not serving. george. >> a different tone from trump last night. joined by new jersey governor chris christie. we saw ted cruz, the overwhelming majority of violent criminals are democrats. you're a former prosecutor. what did you think of that. >> i never noticed that in my
the end some of this stuff that gets said. americans are worried about their homeland. after paris nothing else is important. >> you've been talking about that a lot but coming in for some criticism by one of your predecessors, former governor thomas kaine and the rhettic he says is helping isis. >> i think he's wrong with all due respect to the governor. my point is this, why doesn't director. he said we can't vet these people and not vet them nearly at the speed the president wants to bring them in. my point is simple, they can't be vetted, the security and safety of the american people have to be placed first and it's no more, it's -- >> he says it can't be 100%. even women and children. >> we have seen women and children play roles in terrorist attacks before. you and i both know this.
all play to the u.n. crowd and say we want to get applause from those folks around the world. i'm worried about the homeland here and the american people are worried about their safety and security and we have to just make sure folks are vetted. that is not -- that is not an unreasonable request. >> you and donald trump have been going at it a little bit more but a great story in "the new york times," comprehensive story that talks about some concern in the republican ranks about donald trump as the potential nominee and quote a prominent republican north saying if donald trump is the out. is that true? >> i don't know but he's not i am. i'm not worried about that. i'm not going to speculate about anybody else the nominee because i'm in this thing to win. we're gaining momentum in new hampshire. and we're talking about the issues that people care about and we have been talking about those issues for months and that's why they're beginning to resonate. >> you did a big endorsement over the weekend that spurred headlines for you. you're still stuck in seventh
don't you have to win there to have a chance? >> i don't know if i have to win there but i have to do well and i think we'll figure that out once we get to january, see just how well you have to do. but as you know, there have been folks that have gone second place there and declared victory as second place. >> second place a victory for you in new hampshire to donald trump. >> it depends. we'll see. we don't know that donald trump will win new hampshire either. we don't know who will win. new hampshire voters notoriously make their digs late. in the last election nearly 70% made their decision in the last two weeks so we'll be focused on continuing to work real hard up there. get our message out, do our town hall meetings and win vote, bumps at a time. >> you've also suggested voters don't want an amateur hour. don't want to re-elect senators like ted cruz and marco rubio but so far they seem to be rejecting the idea that experience is what matters in this election. >> that's only according to polls at the moment. people haven't voted yet and i think the seriousness of what's
the world tell people new is nice, it's wonderful, it's shiny and exciting but we had new for the last seven years and i don't think people are all that excited about that now. you need experience. people want someone there that's made these decisions. as a prosecutor and governor i've made these decisions and will be making that case in new hampshire and around the country. >> governor christie, thanks very much. >> good to have the governor here in the studio with us. now to that massive recall. an e. coli outbreak at major chains across the country. abc's david kerley is in washington with more on that. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this started with that recall of costco chicken salad. the problem is with the celery that was inside that salad so now this big expansion of products that need to be recalled. the celery was produced by taylor farms in california and in 150,000 different products from salad kits to diced celery and onion and vegetable trays shipped to more than a dozen states mostly in the west but a
middle part of the country and this did no longer just costco, 7-eleven, albertsons, starbucks carries some of these products and the food and drug administration is saying 19 people were sickened eating the chicken salad. this expansion to all the other products, the agency says, is out of an abundance of caution. robin, 150,000 products, a lot. >> we move on to chicago now and more fallout from that deadly police shooting. the top cop fired as his administration faces tough questions about why the video was kept under wraps for a year of the shooting. abc's alex perez has the latest. >> reporter: the man at the helm of the chicago police department gone. mayor rahm emanuel bowing to public pressure firing garry mccarthy. >> now is the time for fresh eyes and new leadership. >> reporter: mccarthy apparently blindsided by his dismissal just hours before he was fired appearing on local morning tv talking about his intentions to
>> i'm not going to resign. >> reporter: the major shake-up coming just one week after the release of dash cam video investigators say shows chicago police officer jason van dyke shooting laquan mcdonald 16 times in 15 seconds. van dyke, who argues he fired because he feared for his life, monday. a second dash cam video shows police pursuing mcdonald as he runs through a burger king parking lot moments before he was shot. abc news has obtained these images of an officer inside the restaurant shortly after the shooting. the burger king district manager alleges officers deleted video from cameras at the restaurant but investigators say a forensic review of the system found the video was not tampered with. and this investigation is widening. the illinois attorney general asking the u.s. department of justice to fully review the entire chicago police department. robin. >> all right, alex, thank you. now to a brand-new report from the secret service
most likely to pursue a mass shooting, especially those targeting the federal government. pierre thomas has this abc news exclusive. >> reporter: the pentagon on lockdown from an active shooter. in this never before scene video of a 2010 attack obtained emotionally by abc news, watch how a routine evening suddenly becomes anything but. john patrick walks calmly toward the entrance and pulling out a 9 millimeter handgun and starts to fire. despite being grazed by bullets the officer return fire. fatally wounding him. according to investigators he was paranoid, convinced the government was spying on him. >> we continue to see these instances happen. >> reporter: it is 1 of 43 attacks on u.s. government facilities since 2001 studied by the secret service and this morning the service is calling on law enforcement and the public to watch for signs that could mean violence is coming. >> we really want to work with
develop interventions. someone can intervene and make a difference. >> reporter: revealing more than half the attacks on the government involve so-called lone wolves with guns. other assail apartments have been more creative from detonating bombs to crashing a plane into an irs building. and this deadly poison ricin was sent to the department of transportation. half the attackers showed signs of henceal illness but warning signs can come in many forms from radical change in appearance to one suddenly becoming withdrawn. the key is getting troubled people help before their lives unravel. >> now to amy with the morning's other top stories. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with a $300 billion compromise on capitol hill to make your morning commute a little smoother. republicans and democrats have agreed on a five-year highway spending bill that will improve the country's aging roadways. a new survey finds 24% of bridges are structurally deficient. well, a traffic nightmare in california after this tanker
nearly 9,000 gallons of gas going up in flames. remarkably the driver is okay. more frightening moments for pilots in midair as they face blinding lasers pointed at them from the ground below. in phoenix three planes were hit with lasers over a two-hour period. in washington a coast guard chopper was grounded because of a laser threat. the price is right for a record deal in the major leagues. david price, you get what i did there has reportedly agreed to a seven-year, $217 million deal with the red sox. that makes him the highest paid pitcher in history. no pressure, price. all right, finally take a look at this. it could be the best christmas card photo ever. a politician in australia got his family together for this photo. you see his wife and threen so, sons number one and number two beaming for the camera hugging mom there. the little guy, not so much. yeah, he chose to pout on the side. probably really waiting for that
>> we've all been there, pal. >> i feel you, buddy. >> i love they used that photo. this sums up our life. >> i love it. >> that was great, amy. all right, guys, want to turn to that $45 billion baby announcement. facebook founder mark zuckerberg promising to give away 99% of his shares of the company to charity in a letter to his newborn daughter. abc's cecilia vega is here with more. >> reporter: billion with a "b." little max was born early last week weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces but that other number announced along with her birth with those private parents that is makes big headlines this morning. her name is max chan-zuckerberg. and the proud parents beaming announcing her to the world in a letter posted where else but on facebook. max, we love you and feel a great responsibility to leave the world a better place for you and all children.
just to their daughter, but to the world. facebook founder mark zuckerberg and his wife priscilla chan pledging to give away 99% of their facebook shares, the billion. >> having this child has made us think about all of the things that should be improved in the world for her whole generation. >> we need to make sure that there are investments in programs that ensure that the future isn't going to be like today. the future is going to be better than today. >> reporter: the investments they're promising, in education, medical research, internet access, community building and life-changing. >> whenever this kind of a gift is made other philanthropists take note. they say, if he did it, why can't i? >> reporter: the new parents hopeful for the future of their little girl and the world she'll grow up in writing, we wish you a life filled with the same
we can't wait to see what you bring to this world. love, mom and dad. zuckerberg also announcing that he's taking a two-month paternity leave from facebook. when that $45 billion donation is complete, it will be larger than the bill and melinda gates foundation. little max will love reading that letter one day. >> absolutely. so nice he's giving away this money while he's still young and watch it. >> be put to good for a long time. incredible video. >> i've got to get to writing. i got a letter to write. let's talk about queensland, australia. this video of that lightning striking the huge explosion on the side of the street. fortunately everybody okay and this morning north georgia to southwest virginia under flash or just regular flood watch. let's get to the chilly cities now brought to you by
cindy: we've got some fog, drizzle and light showers but more rain to the south. going to be working on in. steadier rain by noontime with some areas of rain at 5:00. gu i wish i could write that letter and promise my baby a good forecast but i can't. not in chicago this morning. i'll have that coming up in your nation's weather. how about that one. >> we promise you'll be a great
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abc's neal karlinsky here with the latest. good morning, neal. >> reporter: george, good morning. this really is a mystery in the heart of alaska. they're not sure if they're dealing with a crime here and just really want to know what killed juneau's mayor. this morning alaska's capital is reeling, the question many asking, was it murder or just an accident? newly elected mayor greg fisk discovered dead in his own home just five weeks after being sworn into office here in juneau. monday, the 70-year-old's body was found by his dealt son. police say he did have injuries but the cause of death is uncertain? speculation what caused those injuries. that's why we need to get a know. >> reporter: this was fisk in a recent debate. >> but ultimately we can't cut the economy. >> reporter: he beat the incumbent for the mayor's office with two-thirds of the vote. well liked, full of ideas and seemingly healthy.
this was a tragic event and very devastating for our assembly and community. >> reporter: at this point police don't know if fisk's death was an depth or a crime. police say they're exploring all possible scenarios. an autopsy will be conducted this week to try to figure out what killed the mayor. for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. there don't appear to be any gunshots and police say it'll be up to the autopsy to determine whether this is a criminal investigation or not. they hope to have those results sometime over the next couple of days. >> so strange. just elected a couple weeks ago. >> yeah. now to a dramatic rescue that played out, the desperate 911 call, a family washed away in their suv and trapped by deadly floodwaters. abc's ryan owens has that story for us. >> we're in the water. the car's under the water. we need help.
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exclusive interview with number 24, kobe bryant, one of the greatest basketball players of all time calling it quits at the end of the season ending an incredible 20-year career with the l.a. lakers. i went one-on-one with kobe about his big decision. >> kobe bryant. >> reporter: it is the end of an era. >> whoa. >> reporter: records shattered. respect earned. and now after 20 years and 5 nba championships, kobe bryant will say good-bye to his first love, basketball. everybody wants to know why now? >> it's the right time. there's no point in really belaboring it or dragging it out or saying, well, leave the door open in case i don't know something may change. i don't think this is something, a decision you can allow have to outside influences to dictate whether or not you continue to play. it must come from you. so once i knew this was it, might as well say it. >> how did you know this was it?
minutes of still time and just kind of sit in my thoughts in the morning and meditate. normally what happens with me my mind would always drift to the game, always. and then i found myself sitting there my mind wouldn't drift to the game all the time anymore and that's when i realized it's getting close. >> not just 20 years but 20 years with the same team, the l.a. lakers. how important is that to you? >> extremely. it means everything to me. i was such a huge laker fan growing up. a die-hard laker fan, magic posters, magic t-shirts and was my dream and to be here for 20 years and get to know some of my mentors it's been a dream come true. >> the fans, the letter that you wrote, you wanted to speak to your fans first. why? >> well, because i think it was important for them to know how much they meant to me. the letter still doesn't do it justice and how important they've been.
career and i mean we grew up together and that's such a beautiful thing. >> was it a slow process to get here or was it just one of those light switch went off and you said no. >> it's a whole process and something that evolved over the last three years with the achilles injury that really frightened me because my career could be over now. it scared me. what am i going to do next, trained hard and came back the next season and fractured my knee and trained harder and tore my shoulder and then it was juice like, oh -- this is one thing after the next so it was kind of a slow she-year process of kind of evolving to get where i am. >> the 17-time all-star calls himself his biggest critic and admits this season is far from his best. do you feel you're being treatly fairly this season being your last and all that you have done for the sport? >> yeah, i mean i wouldn't have it any other way. you can't just sit around and expect everyone to give praise all the time. you got to be able to take the good with the bad. one of the most important things
generation is to accept it all. don't have any expectations or lean on or rely on positive reporting on your career or negative. >> have you accomplished everything that you've wanted to on the court? >> no. no. i wanted eight championships as a dreamy kid growing up, i wanted eight. >> why eight? >> because magic had five and michael had six and, okay, i'll win eight and had an opportunity to have seven and didn't work out. >> you have talked about wanting to have your place in the history of this game. top five players of all time. who would those five players be and would you crack the starting five. >> no, i would never put myself in the starting five ever. i put the people that i learned the most from being jordan, magic, bird, hakeem olajuwon and jerry rice. >> when you see that hashtag go by your name. >> it's fantastic to be mentioned in the same breath as those players honestly to me,
we'll sit and debate endlessly who would win on a one-on-one matchup between me and m.j. >> who would win. >> he would win some and i will win some. that will go on forever. >> reporter: although he said his good-byes, i had to ask. are you really ready to let her go? >> i am. i am. i am but i'm carrying this with me no matter what. internal internalally my love, my passion everything i learned from it will be with me. >> he's at peace. >> his thinking is so clear on >> he talks about the fact that he grew up for a time in italy. his dad played pro ball. he speaks fluent italian. he has other interests and tomorrow we'll get into what is his next. it's hard. can you imagine if you're told something that you love, that you've thought about since you were y ea high and told you can't what --
>> he is and we will discuss that and, of course, i had to ask him michael jordan or -- >> yeah. >> he could be a politician. >> no correct answer. >> but he really appreciates -- he's getting dumped on a lot by the press. he's having a horrible season. the word that he used, crap, that's how he describes how he's playing right now. they played in philadelphia's hometown, the sixers won it -- won their first game of the season. kobe had 20 but you could just tell that he's ready to move on. >> at peace is the perfect way to say it. >> you're going to see what happens when we play a little word association game with kobe bryant. go to goodmorningamerica.com on part two tomorrow. coming up, the new "star wars" stars, john boyega and daisy ridley are here live. their stunned reactions to seeing themselves in the movie for the first time. ] r the whipped cream sea be extra whippy! t
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good morning, america. it's 8 a.m. and vanished without a trace. a high-powered hollywood producer who worked on blockbuster films from "the avengers" to "x-men" disappears. meg ryan speaks about aging revealing she's body proud. the actress and mom getting candid about beauty and hollywood. and is picking the perfect present the hardest part of your holiday? >> i love my wife but she sucks at giving gifts. >> the science that finally reveals how to give gifts right. you'll meet the husband who can't seem to pull it off. is he the worst gift giver ever? we'll help him live right here. >> and the hottest new "star
the galaxy. daisy ridley. >> i'm right. >> and remember how we first met john boyega? now they're both here in times square for their first live interview ever. >> both: good morning, america. >> the force is strong with you. >> they're already pros. >> they are. ready to go. a whole bunch of stormtroopers also this morning taking over times square. >> uh-oh. i see someone else. >> a villain. it is "star wars" week right here on "gma." >> i love being here in times square. >> people don't even bat an eye. >> of course, of course, but there they are, the two newest superstars, daisy ridley and john boyega. and they're with an oldie but a goody. >> shhh. >> telling him to be quiet. >> their adventure is just beginning. >> it really is and we'll talk to them straight ahead. >> looking forward to that. also this morning, this
>> big medical alert for millions of americans struggling to get some sleep. how do sleeping pills really affect you? dr. jen is here with potential risks you may not know about. and some new techniques so you can finally get some rest. >> one time can we just have the camera on amy, how she gets up here and how she ducks behind the camera and it's just so graceful how you jaunt over there. >> graceful because no one is watching, right. >> high intensity exercise. >> that last little burst but she's there. >> all in four-inch heels. good morning to you. the big story we have a serious story, new protests in chicago overnight following that shooting death of laquan mcdonald. mayor rahm emanuel firing the head of the city's police department, but protesters say, you know, that is not enough. some are demanding the mayor himself resign. meanwhile, illinois' attorney general is asking the justice department to investigate whether the chicago police department's practices violate federal law. well, at least four men have
morning picked up on terror charges in a series of raids. authorities say the arrests are not related to the paris attacks. today british lawmakers are debating whether to join the bombing campaign against isis in syria. it comes as the pentagon prepares to send more special forces into iraq. but this morning some troubling news. a u.n. report warns isis fighters are building a new stronghold in libya with 3,000 of them now in that country. and a new poll in the race for president showing donald trump's lead growing. senator marco rubio has now taken over second place in a national poll with ben carson place. tied with ted cruz. and now to the frantic search for a hollywood producer who worked on a string of blockbuster films has not been seen since last week. abc's matt gutman has more from l.a. >> reporter: eric kohler with credits in action flicks like "the avengers," "x-men" and
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we hope they get some answers soon, matt, thank you. finally an unlikely lottery winner. rodney meadows of modesto, california, bought one of these $30 scratch tickets and cashed in. he won a thousand dollars. that's amazing and most of us but not rodney. he took that money and bought three more tickets and take a look at the result. there he is holding if you can't million check. that is what he won on the next round of tickets. he was in such disbelief he asked the clerk to check the ticket twice. yep, he won $10 million. he hasn't decided what to do with the money yet but i have an idea he could buy me a lottery ticket. >> third time is the charm. >> exactly. >> wow. >> thanks, amy. let's go to lara. >> an unbelievable story. thank you so much, george. "gma morning menu." meg ryan is in the headlines saying that age shouldn't be a headline.
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cream but only if it's real. >> reporter: starting in an endless string of classics but this morning meg ryan is speaking out tell ing ing "porter" magazine "there are more important conversations than how women look and how they are aging." >> she probably has been hurt about it. i think intelligently she's looked to find out how she can deal with it. i think she's also like all women, very sensitive about her changing face. >> reporter: the american sweetheart making headlines in the past few years facing criticism over her changing looks. ryan alluding to the media attention saying in the interview, i don't pay a lot of attention frankly. there's a lot of hatred in the world today. it's so easy to judge. imagine being a hater, how stupid. >> when i think a woman has not been in the public eye for a very long time those images that
the public consciousness how she looks. >> reporter: it's been a busy year for the mother and actress. >> it's meg ryan. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: appearing on the pop culture pop show "billy on the street." >> meg ryan invented the scrunched nose. >> reporter: and recently make her directorial debut in "ithaca" starring alongside tom hanks. saying i love my age, i love my life right now. i love the person i've become, the one i've evolved into. >> pleased to meet you. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> oh, i love that movie. >> i love all her movies. >> so happy that she's -- >> a career behind the camera. >> the latest issue of "porter" available globally on friday. over the counter and prescription medications.
are they always the best alternative? becky worley takes a look. >> reporter: insomnia, tossing, turning, desperate to get a little shut-eye. >> i'm not getting restful sleep and haven't for many years and on the average it's 4 to 4 1/2 hours a night. >> reporter: brenda suffered with it for 25 years and tried prescription medication but rarely takes it for fear of becoming addicted. >> i've tried almost everything i'm aware of to try. i have changed my bedding, i have blackout shades, i've changed my eating habits. >> reporter: but lots of americans do take prescription medication. in 2013, 9 million americans had prescriptions for sedatives. recently though some studies suggest sleeping pills may increase the risk of psychiatric issues and even cancer for some people. though a definitive cause and effect link has not been established. >> i think sleep aids should be used for an acute need but they're not the best use for long-term care of your insomnia. >> reporter: so this past fall brenda underwent a sleep test at
the results she had 32 brief awakenings every hour so now she's trying something alternative. a behavioral modification program. >> i really need to limit my computer work because of the blue light they were sharing with me eating earlier, no alcohol. >> reporter: it's also recommended for sleep restriction. sleepy. no tv, no devices. if after 30 minutes you can't sleep, get up and go somewhere else. >> cognitive behavioral therapy allows the patient to approach the bed and restructure their thought process so that the bed is for sleeping and it's not a stressful experience. >> reporter: employing new tracking her sleep. the first night netted six hours and a month into the program she's averaging five hours, an improvement she says. >> anything could help me i'm willing to do because i'm goal of. >> reporter: for "good morning america," becky worley, abc news, oakland, california.
we heard a little about the consequences of prescription medications. >> right. >> what more do we know. >> not a lot. that's the problem. hardly anything in the medical literature past 12 months of use. how the big classes of sleep aids work. basically the valium or xanax class, the ambien class of medication both work similarly in the brain, sedating. the problem is associated risks of long-term use, what is in the literature, not great. you can see issues with brain, memory function, heart, in terms of high bleep. g.i. system, nausea, vomiting, ab dom nall pain, weight gain, menstrual irregularities, you have to balance those risks against the risks of being sleep deprived. >> it's not the kind of thing you want to be doing every night. >> i agree. >> what about over the counter. >> two main classes, you have the sedating antihistamines like benadryl, and then the sleep hormone melatonin.
antihistamines, they will increase the time you spend asleep but they make that sleep less good quality and the next day you will be more sleep deprived. melatonin good for something like jet lag but it's a hormone not regulated by the fda. >> not regulated at all. >> only if they find a problem after it's on the shelf. >> what other tips do you have. >> the onus of responsibility has to be on the medical community of we cannot write a prescription for a sleep aid and send someone on their way for life and take it forever. if you need to cut or taper down some cannot be stopped abruptly. you can cut it in half, alternate one day on, one day off, i recommend trying it on a weekend because you don't want to be sleep deprived when you go to work. >> makes a lot of sense, jen ashton, thanks very much. over to amy. here. now to something many of us struggle with this time of year. someone special.
>> a story trending big in "the wall street journal" shows how science can truly help us all. abc's nick watt explains. >> i love my wife but she sucks at giving gifts. >> reporter: many of us are garbage at gift giving. we are claire on "modern family." >> i got nothing. i'm so screwed. >> reporter: you don't have to be that person. seasonal science is here to help. psychologists and retail researchers actually spend time on this. number one, give something of yourself. a book you love. a 2k3wi69 card to a restaurant you love. that is love. meaning. they'll think well of you. number two, less is more. don't throw a little gift in with a big one. subconsciously the receiver will value late the average cost and be underwhelmed. number three, just give. you'll enjoy it and experiments toddlers show greater pleasure in giving than receiving.
tips, kayla moncur's husband. >> what did he get me? it's a paper shredder. >> reporter: oh, dear. >> he also got me a wind up flashlight. entire stockingull of hand warmers then there was this ridiculous hat that we live in mesa, arizona, like the need for this kind of hat is just really limited. >> ah. >> nick, thank you for that of we're joined by kayla and aaron moncur from their home in warm, mesa, arizona. here with us is lori bergamotto from "good housekeeping" magazine. thanks for being with us. >> thank you for having me. >> lori, i want to start off with aaron and kayla, i understand, aaron, sorry, a lot of hate heaped on you there. you have kept one of the least successful gifts, let's call it that. >> what was the least successful gift? >> yes, i understand you kept it?
well, that depends who you ask. i guess kayla thinks so. >> why did you choose the hat? you had a reason behind it there. i'm going to defend you there. there was a reason. >> she's always cold and she's into fashion and you look at this hat and it's just -- it's beautiful. how could someone not like that. >> extreme fashion. >> beauty in the eye of the beholder, perhaps. lori, what about the studies? do you think they can help us be better gift givers? >> i love the idea they studied the gift giving aspect from a scientific aspect and anything that helps you give better gifts i am in favor of. >> why is it so difficult. >> when you love someone and trying to give a gift the stakes are so high. you really want to show them i love you. here's the reflection of how much i love you. but i think what matters more to someone is not spending $500 on
five minutes thinking about what to get. >> that rule you're not supposed to add the kicker gift to the big gift. >> totally shocked me too. from a personal perspective i don't agree with that so much but i think that all that matters is that the person feels like they're getting an intangible memory of from this tangible gift. >> all right, so not to set up aaron here because now we've just told everyone how to fine the perfect gift. >> how did you doey. >> i understand you have a christmas gift that you're going now. >> that's right. are we ready right now. >> go for it. >> good luck. >> here, bring it out. >> crossing her fingers. >> open quickly. >> let's do a close-up. >> oh. it's like lots of like body stuff. and it smells nice. oo. ochlt o oo.
>> why did you pick that? what was your thinking? >> well, she's been burning candles in the house lately and we've been running out and i know she likes them so we walk past a bath & body works and i thought let's just get her a big gift basket of all things scenty and nice. >> i think that's thoughtful. >> yay. good job, aaron. >> nice effort. >> yeah. and it is different how you buy for men and women. >> it really is and your wife. >> it is and the thing is don't start looking just the week before the holiday, you know, you want to not look for a date the week before valentine's day. >> presents are nice. being present is even better. >> momma always knows best. >> there you go. >> want to thank our couple for putting that out there. >> they're so cute. >> they're adorable. thank you. merry christmas. now outside to ginger. >> we are being present out here.
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>> don't touch the buttons. no touchy the buttons. thank you, ginger. "pop news," everybody. so break out your best puffy shirt. why? jersey seinfeld taking up residency at one of new york's most historic theaters, the veteran comedian announcing he will perform at the beacon once a month through june and maybe beyond, we hope. if he enjoys himself he'll stay. he blatantly stole the idea from billy joel who's been performing monthly sold out shows at madison square garden. tickets for seinfeld's show go on sale monday just in time for anyone celebrating festivus >> that's a perfect size. >> a great gift idea. the gift of laughter. >> i like that. >> festivus for the rest of us. >> speaking of billy joel, everybody, the piano man is moving out. before he ever moved in apparently. selling two side-by-side properties in the palm beach area for $29 million.
bought them less than two years ago for less than $12 million. he has a great idea for real estate. the properties, well, the one property includes a seven bed-room mansion that you're seeing pictures of and a large undeveloped parcel of land. no word on whether joel is heading to allentown, we do know he is always in a new york state of mind. i had a little extra time while writing that one. baby center.com has released its list of the most popular names and this year the most popular include jackson for boy, listen up there, ginger, and sofia for girls. that's the top name. >> ah, look how cute she is. >> little baby girl. >> a surprising new trend that some might find disturbing. parents naming their kids after instagram filters. >> what? >> this is not a joke. >> on the list, lux, a boy's name or i guess a girl too, an effect that adds contrast. that was the most popular
enhances light in a picture and valencia, okay, which is a pretty name but it's an instagram filter. >> what about amaro. >> that could be a pretty fame for a girl. >> we have not seen any big jumps in names like selfie or snapchat. >> but you could in just a few weeks. >> oh, little selfie zee. >> you're so cute. >> that would be great. >> go ahead. >> tricked me. i thought i had time. george, i don't have time. this is the fourth time i've tried to do the story. i'm saving it for tomorrow. the "star wars," the newest stars coming up, john boyega, daisy ridley are here live,
>> live from wcvb tv channel 5 this is a newscenter 5 eyeopener update. emily: good morning. i' m emily riemer. top stories happening right now . a worker rushed to the hospital after falling five floors from a cherry picker in boston. this is a photo from our crew on the scene. this happened this morning in the area of 1047 commonwealth ave. jurors in the philip chism murder trial will be touring the scene of the crime today. they will get to see the school where colleen ritzer was killed. take a live look over the city skyline. that really tells the picture. cindy: we have fog. visibility about half a mile worcester down to the cape. showers north and west of the
there is some rain down to the south that is going to be working on in. off and on showers to the afternoon. temperatures in the upper 40' s and lower 50' s. lots of sunshine coming in for the weekend. emily: thank you. olessa: moderate delays on the green line. we' re watching an accident on 128, a southbound crash. expressway about 25 to 30 braintree to boston. 93 south is still slow from 128 down to the leverett connector. we' if you are heading out, you can watch the latest newscenter 5 newscast right now or anytime on
welcome back to "star wars" week. you just saw there john boyega one of the think stars of the film along with daisy ridley, and they are both here live. so we want to get straight to robin who is with them. >> in the social square, these two 23-year-olds right here taking the galaxy by storm. they were launched to stardom only two years ago when cast in "the force awakens" and the rest is history in the making. welcome, daisy ridley and john boyega. >> how are you doing? nice to have you here with us. >> good morning.
is it tough to be up this early? the site de of the pond like that. you saw the movie. what did you think, john? >> aaagh. it's so good. it is so good. this is a great reminder that "star wars" is back after so long and this is just a great balance between the new generation and the old full of action, full of passion and it's quite emotional. i enjoyed it. >> how about for you, daisy. >> the first time i've seen myself do something so i was quite overwhelmed so looking forward to seeing it again so i can be like, okay. >> this is your first movie ever. i heard you cried on the way to the airport after watching it as it settled in. >> i did. no, because i came out and i was like, yeah, i'm cool and in the car i was like -- the whole way and the whole way home the ten-hour journey. >> you are front and center and it's wonderful to see a female
one of the major story lines. what do you think that says for young girls. >> it's really exciting. the way i think about it if i had a little sister i would be so pleased for her to see the film and think -- i mean, we were just talking about jennifer lawrence, the katniss everdeen thing has been so progressive for the female audience. >> way cooler. >> nice to continue that thing. >> is it true you all didn't even have the scripts that they were secretive about the scripts in the beginning. >> yeah, it was sort of messed up. during auditioning they would have you come to pinewood studios to learn your lines then you'd have to go home and try to trace back what you learned and most of the time it just went out of my head and bottled it during the audition but still got. >> i like your confidence. i just bottled it. it was a gait experience but had you to be so secretive. it. i think if the option was there it would be like, no, because
what if you lost it. >> someone did. >> yeah, someone did. >> we're part of the disney family. >> yes. >> normally we get to see flips ahead of time when we're speaking to actors. we didn't -- we have been seen it yet. that's how secretive and under wraps it is. i know robert downey jr. has been somebody that you -- has been a mentor to you. this must mean the world to you to have someone like that give you advice. i know you don't want to share the advice he's given you but just to have him. >> it's great. the only issue i have with robert is that sometimes when he's doing these interviews for big shows i have to wait for him. no, but it's been great having someone that's had so much experience to try and like talk me through this whole thing that's going down right now. did you see yourself in times square? >> i did. >> i saw myself in times square. >> did you see it on the big screen. >> yeah, so weird. so strange. >> just for people at home, help
like for you two to be on the cusp of this greatness that the people that -- it's going to be soon, unfortunately, you won't be able to walk in times square without being mobbed. >> i felt like for the past couple of years i've been living in the twilight zone and think, oh, like the first few months of filming i cannot remember, i was emotional. so i think in a few years to look back will be -- right now unreal. on. >> let us learn a little bit more about each other here. i hear, daisy, this man -- is a >> yeah, yes. >> what? >> from shrek -- >> come on, hit it. >> i cannot say that shrek was here at this present time so i won't say in terms of the time difference he might be here in 15 minutes. >> right?
>> that was a morning gingerbread man. >> that like made me exhausted. >> i thought of seeing him all over again and for daisy, is it about the singing. >> yes. >> oh, my god. >> daisy has a fantastic singing voice to the point where we challenge daisy on set not to sing for 24 hours. she couldn't do it. we were an hour out of wrap and she sang one note, la and everybody just gave her a round of applause. whole day. future? >> oh, i mean i saw "the color purple" last night and it was so unbelievable and you think, i wish i can be that. >> you can be. >> "the color purple." i love that. >> have you seen it. >> yes, yes, and they were here. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jennifer hudson, whoo. so, if you were not doing this, what would you be doing? >> uh-huh. >> you know, probably a cartoonist, i like to sketch, i like to draw.
>> aren't you already working on a plan b? >> plan b, i'm just off of the education side of things so i tart a degree in january. >> see there. >> yeah, i'm going to be on set. i'll be on the set. >> notice the difference between the two. >> okay. >> john and daisy, remember this moment. bottle it. treasure it. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> we wish you all the very, very best. >> thank you. >> and very excited for everybody and "star wars: the force awakens" flying into theaters december 18th and you are part of a big surprise, don't go anywhere. just ahead, stick around, that will be in a few minutes. first outside to ginger. >> we will stick around for that surprise. can't wait. we can't wait to say good morning, abby and riley from delaware. say hi, everybody. >> yeah, good morning, america. let's go ahead and talk about "ask zee" because we got one that's brought to you by belfor. it cops from 10-year-old judy from illinois.
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this morning disney and bloomingdale's are teaming up with top designers in force 4 fashion. you're seeing them all. die an von furstenberg's rey look and rag and bones rey look and nice pants and chewbacca's look all from snyder's. all starting tomorrow. fans, though, can bid on these looks at charitybuzz.com. proceeds ben hit bloomingdale's holiday charity partner child mind institute. get into the spirit and make money for a charity, amy. >> i like that chewbacca coat. guess what, we have more "star wars" around here. very big fans with us. we have bryan, roque, brandon and kiy and re-created one of the trailers. kia and brandon star in the remake and all four of them built the props. shot for shot recreation and
to prove how precise they were. very incredible. roque and bryan, you created it. what motivated you. >> huge "star wars" fans and we're excited and remake the trailers for fun, you know, and we post them on our youtube chapel and have a film festival back in fresno where we're from for homemade remakes. >> this was a labor of love and it took a lot of hours. how long did you all take making this? >> it took about three weeks or so time working on weekends and right after work so we just put a lot of time and effort into it and a lot of creativity. >> i know you thought you were here to talk about your tribute video but what you didn't know is you are going to be meeting some two very qualified critics on just how well you did it. i would like to introduce, come on, john and daisy, come on out. [ cheers and applause ] look at this. did you guys watch the trailer. >> yes. >> what did you think of the performance here? >> very creative.
expensive budget. so creative. it's so fun, and dude, you sweat just like me. dude, i've been working on it all day, man. kia's performance. >> amazing. amazing. >> all right, so you all can mingle here and meet the real deal and enjoy yourselves. coming up, the real guy's guide to grooming and what does a banana peel have to do with it? stay here. [ cheers and applause ] my name is 208 ridge road. and i've... seen things.
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here on "gma" we're always helping women with style and makeup and beauty but what about the guys? guys are so important too so this morning we're talking to the guy who wrote the book on men's grooming. chris salgardo, president of kiehl's, one of my favorite brands. >> thank you. >> here to chat about "manmade." i love the title of the book. did you feel left out? >> well, actually a little bit but what's great now is that men really have permission to take care of their skin. and as i traveled all around the country, meeting men at kiehl's events and being at the gym i noticed everybody was asking me questions about skin care tips and grooming needs. i thought now is the perfect time to come out with a resource like in that every man can benefit from. >> not just about being vain but taking care of yourself. we are living longer so why not take care of the skin you're in. you say there are five types of guys. archetypes.
this is somebody that is very refined, very meticulous about his skin. the second, the hands-on guy that loves to pull it apart and put it back together but isn't always thinking about his face. >> are you giving tips for each of these guys. >> every single one. >> different rules for different types of guys is there it depends about your environment, what you do for a living. the extreme dude shooting down a mountain or up the west side highway on his motorcycle and you have to think about your skin and the rebel artist who has big ideas but has to take care of his face or renaissance man that needs to put his best face forward. >> we have some stuff. your must have kit. >> definitely. in . >> every kit should have a couple things, a body fuel because this is a three in one wash, shave with it, wash your hair, your body and good to go. >> and is that a great tip for guys, keep it simple. women have a lot of products. >> yes. >> that's not -- that doesn't seem the kiehl's bag.
>> absolutely, you want to have products that perform well and that's why i like a facial one. you can put it on day or night and keep it looking its best. >> spf? >> spf is 15. you can go as high as 50 depending on your choice. >> multitier cleanser and moisturizer and anything else. >> yeah, you should always have blotting paper, i say, because men, we have sweatier skin so blot that away quickly. >> if we don't have that we'll get to that coming up. >> we do. >> you have an unusual tip. >> there's a lot of times about to go to a meeting and your skews are scuffed. bananas, potassium which is found in shoe polish is in bananas, enjoy your banana first and rub it over your shoe and voila. look at the difference. >> you will look sleek and dogs will love you. >> exactly.
>> there you go. >> you also if you don't have blotters which most women do. if you're a dude, just use these. >> you're about to go on that date, grab a tissue, blot it over your face and good to go. >> it's not a wipe, it's a dab. guys, you need to know put a little pressure. >> dab it on. >> doesn't mean you have to wear powder. >> it does actually make -- >> takes it right down. >> a smoother face and fonzie our stage manager was nice enough to volunteer for your final tip because guys don't often have a lot of the grooming tools but sometimes the eyebrows can get a little unruly and, >> lip balm. >> break out the lip baumstein. >> multiple choices. just take it like this. i'll do it for you. pat it right over the brow. >> oh, fonzie. >> like a makeover for you. >> voila. looking your best. >> thank you so much. >> fonzie, you are man-made. and that is the name of the
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ge cc1 test message test text1 und baby love we are back now on "gma" with "baby oh! baby," the hottest tech gifts this time of year, they're not just for under the tree. parenting in the digital age definitely has its advantages. take a look. strollers, to baby monitor, as a mom-to-be i've been gaga over baby gadgets so i went to the bump, headquarters in new york city to check out the coolest new pregnancy paraphernalia. i think this is a foot. i don't know for sure. >> a smartphone app that monitors your baby's heartbeat. >> my baby beats is an app that lets you listen to your baby's
>> reporter: it works best at 30 to 40 weeks pregnant and all you need is your phone's microphone. >> put it up against your belly. once you detect a heartbeat sound you can press record. or you can just listen to it. >> the baby's heartrate. >> reporter: next. >> these are belly bops. >> you can record them and listen to them. >> i put the buds on and recorded a message. >> hi, baby boy, it's your mom. you will be the next harry styles. it's very exciting. i don't know that that worked. i think i bored him. well. finally, the rolls-royce of strollers. the origami stroller. this is a whole part back here. >> this stroller charges your cell phone, knows the temperature, logs your mileage, has lcd lights but the best part part -- there it goes. >> we'll let you try it.
i love this thing. oh, those were so cool. that is not all. joining us jessica, the entertainment editor of "parents" magazine. here to show us more. >> this is almost like an espresso opinion for bottle making. you hit a button and, kathleen, if you want to demonstrate. >> with baby ryan. >> makes a perfect bottle for baby ryan. filters the water no matter who does it, your grandmother, it makes the same bottle every time. you buy a three-month size, six-month size. buy the formula in stages. happens. >> almost out of wipes. i got to remember to go online. you get the amazon dash button and that goes -- jumps on your wi-fi and orders the wipes are to you and they'll show up at your door two days later. one for diapers, paper towels and put them all over your house and hit it and know that you're going to be getting your refill.
so no list necessary. >> right. this is perfect for mommy brain. >> finally, leo. >> leo. >> is in here. >> a bassinet and changing table. do you want to see how it works? >> this is by graco. so some people are reluctant to buy a bastionen internet but lea e a will only sleep in here three months so you have the bassinet >> leo, are you comfortable? he's all set. ddrop. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to follow my adventure. ryan. we're all set. "baby oh! baby" is brought to you by baby ddrops, the sunshine vitamin in just one drop. my name is 208 ridge road. and i've... seen things. like the sock rampage of 2010.
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emily: good morning. i' m emily riemer. looking live at the boston skyline. foggy and a bit wet. cindy: we have rain up into seven new hampshire. fog reducing visibility' s under a mile in worcester. near 50 the day' s end. the rain is with us into the evening commute. we will dry things out tomorrow with a gusty wind. emily: thank you. olessa: still pretty slow and we are watching a few problem spots. a crash blocking a lane. 128 south. the expressway is still have the, 30 minutes from braintree into boston. emily: thank you. the father of bella bond will be in court today for allegedly shoplifting from a boston home
police say joseph amoroso tried to steal $600 worth of products yesterday. amoroso never met his daughter before she died. -- before she was killed. deval patrick is getting involved in the shooting death of laquan mcdonald at the hands of chicago police. patrick, a chicago native, has been tapped to advise a five-member panel looking into the department' s actions. if you can join us for , newscenter 5 at noon. if you are heading out, you can