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good morning, america. and breaking right now, ten american sailors held by iran released just moments ago, set free after being captured when their boats drifted into iranian waters. the new details just coming in. president obama delivers his final state of the union. his eye on the race to replace him taking direct aim at donald trump. >> when politicians insult muslims, that doesn't make us safer. >> as new numbers show the democratic race tighter than ever, bernie sanders now ahead in new hampshire and iowa. hillary clinton joins us live this morning. bitter cold blanketing the eastern half of the country this morning. windchills up to 25 below zero. the dangerous wind gusts and
this massive pileup nearly half a mile long and now a major storm targeting the northeast. i got a feeling and will tonight be that good night. it's a record $1.5 billion. all eyes on the biggest prize ever as someone out there could billionaire. tonight's going to be a good, good night i got a feeling we do say good morning, america, on a busy wednesday morning. good to have michael here and sam here and george is there in d.c. he was there last night for president obama's final state of the union. george. >> yeah, guy, what a night it was. the president with his final state of the union, his seventh but tweeted out right before he was just as hungry as when he started out. he didn't only echo his greatest things but itching to get back
>> you're be sitting down with hillary clinton joining you there in d.c. we've got our eye on that huge powerball jackpot this morning. take a look at those lines. >> oh. >> what? >> yes, siree, people waiting for hours. >> procrastinators. >> they see themselves as potential billionaires. >> that's what they do. a live look at the machines down in florida that could mint that brand-new billionaire. undercover, everything is very secretive except for the one t.j. still hasn't returned. >> let's use that one. >> if it could only be that easy. we want to begin breaking news, those ten american sailors have been released this morning after their two navy ships captured by iran. the incident casting a shadow over last night's state of the union and abc's martha raddatz has the latest and joins us this morning. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, robin. there were ten sailors, nine men and one woman. we can see pictures on iranian
given a head covering which was required in iran, but they are now back in the hands of the u.s. navy leaving iran in the same boats in which they were seized. they were escorted by iranian craft out to a u.s. cruiser and will go through a debriefing process. the two small navy boats had been transiting from kuwait to bahrain when they drifted into iranian waters. the iranians say the navigation equipment on one of the boats failed, which resulted in what they call an intrusion but everybody is safe this morning, robin. >> martha, when people went to bed last night that was not the case. tensions were running high. but, yet as you said it was resolved ratherly quickly. >> reporter: it was resolved rather quickly. that nuclear deal is supposed to go in effect next week. $100 billion' worth of sanctions lifted. so that may have had something to do with the timing. >> could have been. all right, martha, thank you very much and george is in washington, as well.
we'll get to president obama's final state of the union right now. pretty punchy and passionate defending his record, optimistic overall but the president also showed a rare flash of regret and he was not shy about faking on the republicans hoping to replace him. abc's jon karl has covered the obama presidency from the start and joins us from the white house now. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. the president said one of the few regrets is failing to overcome the bitter partisan divide in washington but his critics are just plain wrong, america under his leadership is booming. >> anyone claiming that america's economy is in decline is peddling fiction. >> reporter: in his final state of the union address, president obama challenged critics who say america on his watch is in decline. >> the united states of america is the most powerful nation on earth, period.
minimum for the future and a case for a democrat to succeed him taking a veiled swipe at republican candidates who have attacked his strategy for combating isis. >> and our answer needs to be more than tough talk. or calls to carpet bomb civilians. that may work as a tv sound-bite but it doesn't pass muster on the world stage. >> reporter: even speaker paul ryan applauded this line aimed at donald trump. >> that's why we need to reject any politic s s, any politics that targets people because of race or religion. >> reporter: the republicans in control of congress, obama skipped the usual laundry list of policy proposals, but he did give a boost to vice president biden's mission to cure cancer after he lost his son to the december last year. >> i'm putting joe in charge of mission control. [ cheers and applause ] for the loved ones we've all lost, let's make america the country that cures cancer once and for all.
let's make it happen. >> reporter: governor nikki haley of south carolina, a daughter of indian immigrants and a conservative star responded to president obama on behalf of republicans. >> the president's record has often fallen far short of his soaring words. >> reporter: and she seemed to respond to the tone of some in her own party, as well. >> during anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. we must resist that temptation. >> reporter: the president this morning kicks off his post-state of the union tour. he's heading out to omaha where in addition to a big speech he's going to be having a living room discussion with a family in a private home. george. >> okay, jon, thanks. let's talk about nikki haley for a second. that's such a hard speech to give but she's generating vice presidential buzz with it. >> reporter: notoriously one of the hardest speeches to deliver but she seems to have done very well and you can be sure that she will be on virtually anybody's short list for vice
>> state of south carolina so important, jon karl, thanks so much. back up to new york. >> later we'll talk with vice president joe biden about what the president said about his role in the fight against cancer. there were lighter moments. >> yeah, there was a moment right before the president's speech where it was more red carpet than a political speech but take a look at secretary of state john kerry as he arrives. >> secretary, who are you wearing? [ laughter ] >> loved his reaction. >> his reaction said it all. i don't think he was expecting that at all. >> no, no, no, a lot were tweeting about what the first lady was wearing and sold out before the speech was over. president obama clearly focused on his successor as the race for the democratic nomination tightens. a new national poll shows hillary clinton with her smallest lead yet on bernie sanders. abc's cecilia vega is still there on the trail in iowa and
good morning, cecilia. to you. have been unimaginable a couple of months ago, the once presumed clinton now trailing here in iowa. this morning, it is all on the line for hillary clinton. >> we're getting into that period before the caucus that i kind of call the let's get real period. >> reporter: vermont senator bernie sanders with a stunning new lead in iowa, 49% to clinton's 44%. clinton calling those numbers unpredict unpredictable. >> i don't pay they attention to this. >> reporter: but sanders is rush brushing off clinton's claim that he's been soft on gun control to abc's mary bruce. >> she wants to talk all the time about a vote i cast 10, 12 years ago. that's fine. >> reporter: also fighting in iowa. >> if i run, let's assume it's hillary although she should be in prison in all fairness. >> reporter: donald trump going after both opponents across the aisle. >> i dream running against
i would love to run against a socialist. or a communist. i don't know what he is. he might be a communist. i think he's sort of tipped over the ledge. >> reporter: hoping to tip the scales herself, clinton now calling in backup. >> senator sanders wants to dismantle obamacare, dismantle the c.h.i.p. program. >> reporter: chelsea clinton not mincing words, like mother like daughter? if that's the revolution he's talking about, i'm worried, folks. >> reporter: clinton has been here trying to convince voters she is the electable candidate but that new poll also found that two-thirds of iowa democrats believe bernie sanders has a good shot at winning the white house in november. >> just over two weeks until the vote. cecilia vega, thanks very much. hillary clinton is here right now joining us live. secretary clinton, thanks for joining us. let me pick up where cecilia's piece left off, that attack on senator sanders' health care.
dismantle obamacare. sanders' campaign says that's not true and going beyond it and david axelrod weighed in and said it's not an honest attack, not something they should have sent her out to do. >> well, first of all, you know, i adore my daughter and i know what she was saying because if you look at senator sanders' proposals going back nine times in the congress, that's exactly what he's proposed. to take everything we currently know as health care, medicare, medicaid, the c.h.i.p. program, private insurance now the affordable care act and roll it together. everyone. >> well, but let's get the specifics, george. that's why i'm saying, we are weigh now in the area where we to specifics. i have said what i will do to improve the affordable care act and i've laid out specifics about out of pocket cost and prescription drug costs. what senator sanders has said
say it he wants a national health care single payer system. tell the people how much it will cost them. every analysis shows it's going to cost middle class families and working families and also explain why after this historic achievement of president obama, we've been fighting to get some kind of a affordable care since harry truman. again and i think those are legitimate questions. that's what people are asking me out in iowa and new hampshire and we deserve to give answers. >> senator sanders says you're starting to draw these contrasts because you're getting nervous. >> you know what, i have a different rhythm about how a campaign goes and maybe it's based on my experience compared to his. but we have spent the beginning of this campaign for months now where i've been laying out my policies where i've been meeting with people, listening to them about what they want the next president to do. and now we're in the sprint and it is time to draw contrasts so that, look, there's no comparison between what the
have some of the very same objectives compared to what the republicans are peddling, but there are substantive disheses between us and i want people to know about that. this is -- you know, this is all in the context of my deep respect for him and his many years of service, but we have differences on guns, on tax, on health care and i think people should have that information before they go to the caucasus or the primary. >> you've also been saying making issue of electability saying you're the candidate who can win in november. here's the ad you put in iowa last week. >> so ask yourself who is the one candidate who can top them? hillary clinton. tested and tough. to stop them, stand with her. >> i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> that implies you think bernie sanders cannot win a general election. is that what you believe? >> what that ad says is that i have the experience, the toughness, the resilience to be able to take on the republicans.
>> it also says you're the only one. >> well, i think i will do the best job of making sure we don't let a donald trump or a ted cruz become the next president -- >> why so many polls show bernie sanders doing better against donald trump than you. >> i don't pay tension attention to the polls. i know that's how folks keep up with it but my perspective they go up and down and i don't pay attention to them. i have a plan and implementing it in iowa and new hampshire and feel good about it and now it's two plus weeks until we know. >> your own campaign saying if you lose iowa it could change the course of the election. is that what you believe. >> you know, i want to win but i have a very long view about this. i've been organizing in the states that come after south carolina, nevada and in the states that come after that. i can't paint until june last time as we all remember -- i feel very strongly that we must have a democratic president to
that's what i'm going to be making the case for. >> before we go you buy a powerball ticket? >> i did. >> and if you win? >> well, i'll fund my campaign. >> senator clinton, thanks for joining us this morning. let's go back to new york. >> all right, george. amy is here with the morning's other top stories starting with the delicate rescue in california. yeah, it happened overnight in oakland. a plumber trapped 13 feet under ground in a trench since lunchtime yesterday. he's just been rescued working on a pipe when that trench collapsed burying him chest deep in dirt. crews had to bring in a street cleaner to vacuum out that dirt. he was finally freed after 13 hours. no word yet on his condition. michigan's governor has called up the national guard to hand out bottled water in flint as that city's water crisis worsens. the tap water has been tainted with lead since the city switched water supplies to save money. well, the director of national intelligence is the latest government official to fall victim to a teenage hacker. a spokesperson says james
phones were hacked. the hacker known as cracka claims responsibility. nfl football is returning to los angeles. the rams have won approval to play in l.a. next season. the chargers have the option of joining them. finally you know what, sometimes you just need a good bear hug to feel better, right? >> give us one. >> check this out. an alaskan kodiak named jimbo playing with a guy name jim who runs the orphan wildlife center. jim helped raise him from when he was just a cub. jimbo is ten feet talls, weighs 1500 pounds and love back rubs. >> cuddly. >> jim's face. jim doesn't seem to mind >> that's his therapy bear. >> yes. >> squeeze that on the airplane. >> good luck with that. >> yeah. >> good luck with that. also, am i the only one to point out the drool from the bear hug? >> i don't think you worry about the outfit when you play with
the night. someone could finally win that record powerball and become an instant not millionaire but an instant billionaire. the jackpot, $1.5 billion and rising and that winner could become a celebrity whether they like it or not. i'm going to know who you are. abc's t.j. holmes is here with that. good morning, to you, t.j. >> first of all, y'all calm down, right. look, being -- being rich and famous sounds great but when you're only famous when you got rich problems show up. that third cousin on your momma's side you didn't know you had. everybody wants a piece. whoever wins the record powerball jackpot likely won't have a choice. take the fortune and be required to accept the fame. >> if i win i'm not going to let anyone. >> in 38 of the 44 states where it's played the law mandates the names of lottery winners be made public. >> big smile. >> some states even require winners to participate in those
>> when you publicize these winner's names you're putting a target on their back. >> andrew has represented six lottery winners who lost it all within five years something they say wouldn't have happened if they were allowed to remain unseen. >> one of my clients was a 67-year-old truck drivers who won over $6 million, was relentlessly targeted by over 30 some financial advisers in the first month alone. >> reporter: but now at least ten states are rethinking anonymity and one lawmaker is pushing a bill that would give winners their privacy for a price, 25% of their winnings. >> introduce this as a way for people not have long lost relatives out of the woodwork. >> reporter: some would accept some fame including canadians dipping into the u.s. >> everyone has the fever. >> reporter: even the rich aren't passing up a chance to get richer. >> incredible. it's been like insane. $2600. the most i ever seen them buy. >> make it stop. we're 1.5 billion.
now the possibility of 2 if we go another night without a winner. >> oh, wow. >> you will be here to tell us if -- >> can you see the pain. >> thank you, t.j. keep hope alive as you said. it's the wind. >> it's for real. the midwest, northeast and also the southeast. let's get to it this morning. good morning, everybody. let's walk the wall and in case you don't want to clock it outside your door, burlington, 22 miles an hour. philly, wpvi, about 29 miles per hour with the wind. you can bet that means those windchills are brutal. they are, cincinnati you feel like 1. nashville, 21. 1. that's the way it feels this morning. now let's give a little preview to a problem this weekend. we have a low driving up the coast and pull out the word bomb bow ogenesis. does it deliver snow? is it just wind and rain?
kevin: light snow continues in some western spots in the north country with a light coating. westerly winds will be the big story. hour. temperatures will not move all that much today. they will be anywhere between the lower 20' s and upper 20' s in the southern area. it will feel like the teams through the afternoon. partly cloudy and partial sunday
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sean: good morning everyone, 7:25 on this wednesday. a pedestrian dead after a crash in hampstead. no arrests have been made. emergency crews spent hours near cambridge road investing -- investigating that
state -- situation. police expect more information later this morning. investigators in the state fire marshal' s office will be in grafting to figure out what caused a deadly fire at a historic church building. officials say they found a body of a man but they are not releasing his name. for now, they have decided not to tear down the building despite structural concerns. we had some snow last night. much different this morning. gorgeous looking. kevin: only clouds in western and northern areas of the state with some flakes flying. an additional inch in parts of north country. westerly winds will continue to
gusting over 30 miles per hour. temperatures in the 20' s to start and will likely finish in the 20' s are going to feel much colder through the afternoon with wind chills in the single digits and teens. it is mainly fair skies all the way through friday afternoon. we will see the breeze tonight and the breeze tomorrow will be noticeable with partial sunshine. we do give the quite a weather around through friday afternoon. clouds increase friday night. the system has not developed yet in the gulf of mexico arrives northward. potential for snow or mixture.
called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. when i'm a billionaire >> that song is playing over and over. welcome back to "gma." you're looking live, live at the powerball machines that will spin out the winning numbers hopefully for tonight's big drawing. $1.5 billion on the line and we've got two of our "shark tank" experts joining us live, what to do if you win big. we'll tell you coming up. got to do that. >> just in case. >> i'll give you an idea. >> that drawing is at 10:59 eastern time, i believe. i believe that's what's going to happen in case you're interested. breaking news right now.
by iran now free captured after their boats reportedly drifted into iranian waters. this morning they're safely back in u.s. custody and mexico taking extreme measures to keep el chapo from escaping again. guards are moving him from one cell to another at least eight since he was recaptured and keeping him under 24-hour surveillance. and george is in washington right now with the latest on what we saw last night with the president's last state of the union address. good to see you, george. >> good to see you. the president's biggest audience of the year heading into the election year and made quite a case for replacing him even though he didn't say it directly with another democrat. of course, we talked to hillary clinton about that, as well and about her campaign and i know you're going to be talking, robin, to vice president biden ahead about that big mission he gave vice president biden, that moon shot to cure cancer once and for all. >> i'm telling you, george, he has heartfelt remarks for everyone who has, well, knows
has gone through the last eight months coming up. we'll begin this half hour with that murder mystery in italy. the american woman found dead in her apartment in florence. the initial autopsy suggesting she was strangled. abc's gio benitez is here with more details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. such a sad story. they do believe she was strangled but not with her attacker's bare hands. it now appears italian investigators collected evidence that could lead them right to the killer. this morning, a murder history growing in one of italy's most famous cities. italian police say they are now investigating whether the killer of 35-year-old american artist ashley olsen used a tv cable cord or chain to end her life. flowers were left outside her door before breaking down. not even he can enter the crime scene and now new details about the former model's death. also reportedly left this club
friday morning around 3 or 4 a.m. her body found saturday afternoon in her apartment. the apartment's owner telling media when olson's boyfriend federico saw his girlfriend's body he lost his mind. repeatedly crying out, my little one, my love. inside her studio apartment, investigators say there were no signs of a scuffle, nothing missing. police reportedly ruling out armed robbery but believe she must have opened the door for the assailant because there were no signs of a forced entry into the apartment. olsen's friends are devastated and shaken. >> always keep her in their thoughts and prayers and never forget her because she's not forgettable. she's unforgettable. >> whoever did this to her, i hope they get what's coming to them. >> reporter: for now written on the walls of her apartment building messages of love and remembrance. on her door a chilling message, he is guilty.
and now we've learned the olson murder is being handled by the same detective who initially ran the investigation in the amanda knox and mere di kircher case, that one, of course, was heavily criticized. so many hoping this isn't a case of deja vu. thank you. lara. >> you won't believe this. we all like to look our best in pictures. when it is a mug shot you probably shouldn't be too concerned with it. one fugitive, though, just couldn't help himself and david wright has the story. >> reporter: attention, fugitive, if you're on the run, don't follow the example of 45-year-old donald chip pugh who didn't like the mug shot on his wanted picture. >> awful picture. >> reporter: so much so he sent police a selfie to replace it and called a popular radio station to discuss the whole thing. >> man, i think they just did me wrong, man. >> reporter: the hosts on lima ohio's radio station 1
eagle didn't miss a bit. >> where are you? >> i'm on the radio. >> reporter: pressing pugh wanted on two arrest warrants to reveal his current location. >> i'm sitting actually i'm sitting in a bunker right next to chappo guzman. we're trying to dig a tunnel and get to mcdonald's. >> reporter: he didn't reveal but played right into their hands. >> he's drawing more attention to himself which is going to make it easier for us to locate him. >> reporter: sure enough, that new selfie was shared 4300 times on facebook, without that awareness it's doubtful sheriff's deputies in escambia county florida, several states away would have caught pugh but they did. >> he made our jobs easier and put more pictures out there maybe at a better angle for people to make a tip. >> reporter: they added a new mug shot into the mix writing, how is this photo donald pugh. #thanksforthesteffel if i. david wright, abc news, new york.
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. i told you we'll play that over and over. back now with that monster powerball jackpot. $1.5 billion and growing. what should you do if you get your hands on that kind of mullah? joining us now "shark tank's" barbara corcoran and kevin o'leary. great to see you both. barbara, you, when you sold your company --
>> good morning, barbara. you got a nice financial windfall when you sold your company. you can relate to what you have to do when that kind of money comes your way. what's your advice? >> well, when i sold my business for 66 million i immediately paid my taxes so i knew what i had left over and took $44 million and i plunked it in my checking account. and most people might say, probably kevin o'leary because he's such a wise guy about everything would say that's a stupid move because the bank only guarantees $250,000 and
if the bank went under i'd lose but i figure citi bank wouldn't be going under. it gave me breathing space and time to assess what i wanted to do with the money and to to spend it and invest it wisely. going to my atm machine and seeing $44 million on my receive as i left the bank was worth the two-year wait just to have the thrill of all that happening. so you got to wait and take a breath. >> wait. >> and do something smart if you get lucky, that's one thing but to be smart is something else. >> okay, wait and take a breath.
as we. now, kevin, you're an investor and but do you have the same theory as barbara does on what to do with the money, how to invest? >> i never, i never agree with barbara and i won't agree now. let me explain what the thinking should be. basically i learned -- >> he needs an i.q. transplant to agree. >> she told me years ago never spent the principal, only the interest. let's do the math, assume it's 1.6 billion by tonight. to take all the money today you only get 800 million. after you pay your tax you're left with about 400 million. if you're wise about this, you'll take it and put it into three or four large financial institutions because barbara is right you can't guarantee that much money but you can diversify it. here's the kicker. if you invest in government bonds which are assumed risk-free and a few aaa credits from corporations, you'll make about 4% a month. that is $600,000 after tax a
and for your children and their children's children. the key is, do not spend the principal. don't let anybody tell you they need a check from you. just put it in the bank and don't spend anything till the first 600,000 comes in. that's good advice. >> that's good advice. good, sound advice. >> i'll listen if i win. >> i agree with that guy and i never do. >> i think this is something you'll agree on. the guy i think in florida said, hey, if you gave me 25%, i'll keep you anonymous. would you ever do that? >> that's a very bad idea. that. >> that guy is a cheapskate and ought to be in jail. i would get a face-lift. change my hair color and move a few blocks away and remain anonymous. give that guy all that money, what did you say, 25%? come on. guy in georgia should be examined. >> and you agree. the one time you really do agree, kevin, with barbara. >> i do. the key so this thing is family members will come and ask for money. here's the answer to that one too. when a family member comes after
in you say to them, i am happy to give you money. it's not going to be a loan. it's a gift. but never ever ask me again. that's the key because families will keep coming. give everybody a piece. you decide off the first month's principal but never again. that includes barbara. she wants me to invest in a restaurant. >> what i would do is put my accountant in the position of being a bad guy and saying no to me. i repeatedly with every 10,000 blizzard problem that people came to me with that wanted me to cure, if it's okay with my accountant, it's okay with me. he became the bad guy. everybody still liked me but i at least kept the money in my pocket and gave it to who i wanted to. >> barbara and kevin, thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> we hope you both bought your tickets. >> everybody, coming up, the ultimate mix-up, sir mix a lot. you know what what happens when
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reporter: then this. >> this used to be sir mix-a-lot's phone number. if you get somebody calling about they are snoop dog grooming they really are. >> reporter: his new digits once belonged to sir mix-a-lot. the man behind "baby got back" kick those nasty thoughts >> reporter: overnight sir mix-a-lot talking about the cellular mix-up. >> he's probably getting insane pictures and photos and strange happy birthday songs and all kinds of stuff so if he's a lawyer, if he sieves through those calls he will find clients, trust me.
jump on it >> reporter: offering a solution. >> just to help him offload some of this pressure, he could always forward the ladies' pics to me, you know, and i'll take that off his hands. he won't have to deal with that and should alleviate 80% of the problem. >> reporter: as for jonathan he says he's
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victim was hit by an suv. state police are searching for a truck driver they say hit a police quiver on -- cruiser on i 89. a trooper stopped to help a driver would gotten off the road when a tractor-trailer that was going too fast for the conditions drove by and hit the cruiser.
the trooper inside at the time was taken to the hospital with injuries. let' s take you outside, the son snowfall last night. kevin has your forecast. kevin: sunshine clouds for southern parts of the state. of the great north woods continues with this license -- with a light coating of snow. the afternoon. gusting to 35 miles per hour. temperatures will not be up all sunshine. colder air. temperatures in the 20' s and wind gusting that high, we are single digits and teens. snow continuing to wind down. partly cloudy skies, partial sometime tomorrow. -- partial sunshine tomorrow. from there, all eyes on a storm that will be developing
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. consumer alert right now. children's solve syrup being recalled pulled from the shelves of major drugstores after fears that children could accident accidentallyover dose. dr. besser is here with what parents need to know now i am invincible khloe kardashian here live this morning after a harrowing trip. overnight.
now she's speaking out for the first time since lamar odom left the hospital. talking life, love and her buzzy new project. this is my fight song kansas.
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country that cures cancer once and for all. what do you say, joe. >> we'll talk one-on-one with the vice president. the countdown is on to valentine's day. so many millions of people looking for love. new secrets right now from one of the most popular women online. how she can help you nail down a picture perfect profile all ahead as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. >> do you feel the energy? >> yes. >> can you feel the spirit? yes, we are re-booting, re-booting, i say the way you work out. >> uh-oh. >> our "gma" gym. >> hey. >> we have four different workouts going on live upstairs.
there's gio. go, gio. >> i got it. >> i know you do. cycling and a cardio calorie sports show and we got boxing. linsey. >> go, linsey. >> and you know who we got we got dj kiss pumping everybody up keeping the workouts flowing. >> kiwi keep that installed. sessions after each shore w, everybody. >> i watch you from the gym you hear. >> we just should broadcast from the gym. >> i think we are this morning. we kind of are. so, listen, a lot more ahead from the best workout if you're in a time crunch to the workout that has victoria's secret models punching their way to the runway. how to make them all work for you. something for everybody. >> coming up in our last half hour. to amy with the morning rundown.
released ten u.s. sailors held gulf. one of the sailor's two boats broke down and drifted into iranian waters picked up and taken to an iranian military base where a tense night unfolded. this morning iranian officials say they accepted the sail lorz' explanation and escorted them to a u.s. navy cruiser. back here at home president obama underscored his top priority last night protecting terrorists. in his final state of the union address, the president urged congress to authorize the use of military force against isis. he also announced a major initiative to develop a cure for cancer. he tapped vice president joe biden to lead that effort. >> last year, vice president biden said that with a new moon shot america can cure cancer and because he's gone to the mat for all of us on so many issues over the past 40 years i'm putting joe in charge of mission control. >> mr. obama vowed to make the
cures cancer once and for all. vice president biden's eldest son beau died from brain cancer last summer and he will join us coming up at 8:30. hillary clinton has unveiled a new campaign ad highlighting her commitment to stand behind president obama in his fight against the gun lobby. it comes as a new poll shows her trailing bernie sanders in iowa and trailing in new hampshire, as well. clinton says she always expected a competitive race. near philadelphia a mess for the morning commute in subfreezing temperatures. a large water main break coated everything in a sheet of ice. workers had to use a train to place pieces of concrete in the hole to cap all that water. a big square for shoppers in this party city store in florida. the shelves collapsed creating a domino effect crushing seven aisles. that is a third of the store. three people were injured and firefighters worried that customers were trapped so brought in a canine unit but thankfully everyone got out okay. finally something that made
pro football player devon still celebrating the biggest victory of his life and belongs to his daughter leah just released from the hospital. devon tweeting leah is cancer-free saying she really beat cancer. she powered through 18 months ago and love his tweet, 41 days of treatment, 40 days of antibody theory seven-hour surgery and one win. >> i still remember his speech at the espys talking about his daughter and how emotional it was so way to go. now to an important warning for parents. two types of childrenary cough syrup are being recalled this morning. the recall involves several over-the-counter brand names sold at major retailers across the country. abc news chief health and medical editor dr. richard besser is here so tell us the reason for the recall. >> the problem is that the little measuring cups that come with those bottles of cough medicine may have incorrect markings on there and the companies concerned that parents use that to measure the
>> which ones? >> so there's two different types. one is a grape guaifenesin and the other is cherry guaifenesin and we have it on our website. most sold under brand names. >> how dangerous is this? >> if you've got these products you want to throw away those cups and you want to use a kitchen measuring spoon. not a regular teaspoon but measuring teaspoon and read the label. it will tell you how much to use. the good news these drugs in and of themselves aren't that dangerous and so far no one has been hurt and the possibility of harm is the concern. >> you're a pediatrician. you love your patients and often said you don't buy into this cough and cold medicine stuff. what do you do if you're a parent and your child is not feeling well with a cold. >> i probably see more for cough and cold than anything else. they want their children to feel
cough and cold medicines don't work well and not recommended for children under 4 and not allowed for children under but there are things you can do. it's one way to fight off an infection. you don't want to eliminate. my favorite a cool mist humidifier will help east your throat and loosen up secretion, salt water nose drops will help deal with the congestion, for children under one nasal suctioning with one of those bulb syringes, don't try it for anyone over 1. they'll battle you to the death. tylenol or motrin for fever and aches is very useful, lots of liquids then for children over two you can try two teaspoons of honey for that cough. love that. thanks for making a house call. i know you'll be on twitter. find the names of the recalled products on our website goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! now upstairs to michael? we're up here, robin's re-boot camp, everybody, is going down
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george is making his way back from d.c. we're still here with you. welcome back to "gma." khloe kardashian is here after, whoo, a rough journey here overnight to make it to our studios but she did make it and she's with lara. >> khloe is here one of tv's biggest reality stars. joining us on exclusive interview opening up about love, life, brand-new projects, plural but you almost didn't get here. scare wray night. >> long day yesterday but it's all good. there was some electrical something on the plane so took a cute little reroute to vegas. >> a cute little reroute. >> i'm here. i got here at 4:45 a.m. >> were you scared? >> no. not at all. >> your tweet made it sound like you were putting on a parachute. >> did i? i'm so dramatic. leave it to be to be dramatic. >> super calm. everybody was so chill on the plane. it was just chill. yeah. >> welcome to new york, my friend.
it's pretty cool. >> this is the first time you have sat down live and you were fully willing to talk about the journey that you've been through with lamar. >> yeah. >> how is he? >> he is doing really well. he's finally out of the hospital. he's doing great. but you know, it's a long journey and it's something that he's working really hard on and he is -- it's an every day is different. we take every day as it comes. i've learned not to really look into the future too much. i try to live every day as it comes and i'm just 2016 is a good year. my talk show is coming out. we're leaving all the hospital stuff in 2015 and this year -- >> i was going to say -- >> good and positive. >> it it seemed like you put everything on hold to make sure he would, number one, make it. >> yeah, i did, definitely. it was really scary. i know when we got to the
you know, there's only a few hours to live and had to make decisions but he's a fighter and obviously he's here now and he's out of the hospital. that's a long stay. almost -- almost four months in the hospital but he's doing great and i mean it's a long journey. it will be a long journey but as long as he's willing to fight it and constantly better himself that's all i could ask for. >> you recently said in an interview you said that you were soul mates but it's been very frustrating for you because you can't do the work for him. >> right. and i do believe that we're soul mates but i'm not right now that's not even where my head is at. i'm more from like a friend standpoint. i genuinely love him and i genuinely want him to be happy and healthy and all of that like i would any of my family members or loved ones so that's at a place where i'm coming from. i think people -- they don't understand the severity ands into's not even a factor but knowing or thinking that lamar
this happened, yeah, but things change and life gets in the way and that's okay. and it's all about his health and my happiness and his happiness and right now those are two individual things. >> do you think he'll stay on track? >> i hope so. i don't know. again, i cannot look into the future. i've planned and planned for years and it never went the way i wanted so i'm doing one day at a time and i'm happy living that way one day at a time. >> you really were there for him. and in the midst of that, so many positive things which i know you're a very spiritual person. >> yep. >> a lot of positives happening including a very fun show title. >> yes. >> called "cocktails with khloe" with a "k," of course, it's on fyi. >> it's on fyi wednesdays at 10:00, 9:00 central. i will be -- it's -- >> it's very you. sit around and -- >> have a cocktail.
i don't want it to be so structured of an interview. some food here or there and a lot of games. i like to play games when i'm at my house but having drunken games if you will. that much more fun. interviews. >> we'll just start blurting out answers which is more fun. >> it's a one-hour show. it's taped which i think i'm starting to think is a very good idea. >> especially with drinking, you cannot -- you can have a live talk show but i don't think people would be so willing to come on. >> who should we expect? will we see lots of the family members. >> we'll see the family members sprinkled throughout but a lot of -- i'm not allowed to disclose the guest list yet. >> look at you. >> look at me, i'm so reserved all of a sudden. a new side of me. >> all of a sudden i can't share something with you. >> when it's about me we know i share. when it's about other things i got to be tight-lipped. definitely everyone will be sup fun. a lot of pop culture, people,
trying to do a little bit of episode. never one will be all of the family. i think that's too much. >> that's another show. >> there's another show for that so i wanted to sprinkle them throughout. >> can we get updates. how is rob doing? >> he's doing good. >> he's on a journey to lose weight diagnosed with diabetes. >> yes. >> type 2. >> i don't know which one. >> but he had a health scare. >> he had a health scare but leaving that in 2015. he got out before the new year so i was like, okay, let's leave all that stuff then. listen, you found out what the problem is. let's tackle it head-on and you got -- everything happens for a reason. so that health scare if that's going to make him like shake him up a little bit and let's jump-start his health journey then great i'm right here for him and he's taking seriously. yeah, we're only like 13 days into the new year but that's good enough for me. >> and finally, how is that little baby saint. kim's newest addition.
just a newborn. they don't much at this age but i did say -- >> allowed to show? >> like the only picture, two hands that's north and saint's hands and north is obsessed with him. so that's good. you never know with when they're the only children at first and they get a new one you never know how they're going to act and north obsessed with him. north says my name is saint. she wants her name to be saint too. >> super cute. you have "kocktails with khloe" and a new book because you have nothing else going on. "strong looks better naked." sam, i'm sure you would agree. we love having you. my love to the whole family. >> i love being here. >> great to see you. i like the blond. >> thank you. >> i'm trying to be you. >> right now we're going to another blond. >> that's me. >> we all look alike. could be either one of us. switching gears we'll tell you it's time to mark your calendars. valentine's day is almost a
that means millions are polishing their dating profiles up but now one of the most popular women online sharing her secrets. abc's kayna whitworth has more. >> reporter: standing out in the crowd of more than 40 million people in the u.s. who are currently dating online might seem impossible. but 25-year-old makeup artist lauren seems to have corrected the code. >> i was receiving 35 messages a day. >> reporter: deemed the most messaged person on ok cupid she chronicles her woes and wins in "popular." >> i still don't get texts returned but i get a lot asking how do i get more messages. >> reporter: she's revealing her tried and true formula for the most eye-catching pictures. tip one, use a selfie. >> lighting is everything when you're taking a selfie. the best angle is a little above your eyeline and make sure you're looking into the camera. >> tip number two, post a photo
>> not only do i have a picture wearing a hockey jersey but i write it in my interests so a lot of guys can relate to that. >> reporter: for tip three, her secret weapon, a dating app called the grade which she is a paid spokesperson for actually rates your photos. >> as you set a photo as your main picture, it will gather actual data that shows you what photo. >> reporter: but above all when it comes to love online this pro says stay tu to yourself. >> you should just go in being you and just don't take it too seriously. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> there you have it. >> good advice, indeed. outside to that other blond, sam. >> oh, all right, amy. we'll take it. good morning, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] plus, times square. where is everybody from. >> england. >> louisiana. >> texas. >> rochester. york, right here. let's get some weather and move
how do you feel oceanside? chilly at 37. there's a frost advisory in southern california. so get ready for that. look where the rain goes. again today, this is like the second or third day in a row, seattle, you're in for more rain. you have another two days, maybe three at these storms are stacked up in the west so get ready for that. where is it gorgeous? hello, texas. oklahoma, nebraska. i'm even happy with denver. see that 48. i'm taking you to 50 as a kevin: southeastern half of the state with some sunshine farther flurries. in the north. the big story everyone is in on dusting attire' s over 30 to 35 miles per hour. that much. colder air continues to rush in and wind chills will be in the single digits and teens.
approa >> who are we going to go to now? >> all: lara. >> got it right, sammy. come on in. "pop news" time and i dare say this is likely happened to all of us. you feel that vibration. you reach for your pocket and nothing. i'm talking about your cell phones. it's called the phantom vibration syndrome. sam -- >> i'm having it now. >> i'm having one right now. a recent study of college students finds nine out of ten people are affected according to this study out of georgia tech institute of technology. young people and -- >> science. >> i should change this to science news because every day between the pizza cutting and now this, i really -- it's like i have a degree in some sort of science. anyway, doctor, young people particularly susceptible according to scientists who believe that we've become so
touch that we misinterpret even the slightest spasm as an incoming call. more with the story, put your phone down apparently, we're not as popular as we think we are. >> every time you hear a phone ring everyone always reaches for it. >> even if it's not your ring. it's a ring you've never heard before. >> that could be mine. >> what is your ring? >> you don't want to know. you don't want to know. >> sir mix-a-lot. >> i was just thinking that. >> you had to ask. >> also in "pop news" this morning, more science news. a dairy farm in virginia is seeking volunteers, goat snugglers. >> oh. >> calling all goat snugglers. they have 90 -- we've got one hand raised in the studio. we've got one goat snuggler. >> because they don't smell at all. >> they have 90 newborn goats expected to arrive in mid-february. while their mom's milk is used to make cheese the babies will need to be cuddled and bottle fed.
>> i get it. >> ding, oh. >> that was really bad. >> that was the only baaad one. no prior goat cuddling experience is necessary, sam. i know you have a lot of it but -- >> how long do you have to cuddle with them. >> that is a good question. sam, last time you did it -- >> ten minutes max puts them right to sleep. >> just ten minutes. >> what does sheep count? >> exactly. >> thank you very much. >> very nice. >> contagious. it's contagious and finally in "pop news," question for you. have you ever seen a chubby armadillo? >> no. >> we're about to? >> are you going to body shame armadillos? i want no part of this. >> i'm just saying. it's not pretty. >> gretel is her name and -- >> oh. >> life is no fairy tail for this gretel. her body armor is bulging. thanks to a very robust holiday
little too hard at her zoo in the uk. zookeepers at the park say it isn't all gretel's fault because of her slow metabolism she needs to work out and lose a full pound to stay healthy. that may not seem like a lot but that's one-eighth of her full body weight which leads me to a great tease for robin's boot camp. >> re-boot and we'll hear from vice president joe biden. you'll want to hear what he has to say. >> there was a reason for the
sean: time right now is 8:20 seven, state fire marshal' s office is investigating a deadly fire in grafton. it broke out yesterday morning at a historic church. investigators say one man was killed in the blaze. they are not releasing his identity. the town made the first move to take pack -- back the building over a dispute of unpaid taxes. the fire scene will remain in place en route for as they search for a cause. a man from bo was killed yesterday morning in an accident on 93 in littleton.
negotiate a turn or it his car went off the road and slammed into a tree. he was announced at the scene. let' s take you outside. the sun shining. portsmouth with 23 degrees. kevin: didn' t get much snow at the coast. southeastern half of the state earlier this morning. farther back to the west and farther to the north, continuing on with that little bit of snow. could be an additional inch of snow along with the wind everyone gets to the afternoon. it could be an occasional gust. temperatures aren' t just going to go up all that much because of the west wind that continues to bring in cold air. high temperatures' s afternoon in the 20' today. temperatures in some self fall into the -- temperatures and cell phone to the teens. a partial sometime to friday, s. afternoon. friday night, the clouds will increase and we get a symptom --
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to vice president joe biden drafted by president obama to spearhead the effort to find a cure for cancer. he said this in last night's state of the union address. >> last year, vice president biden said that with a new moon shot america can cure cancer. so tonight i'm announcing a new national effort to get it done and because he's gone to the mat for all of us on so many issues over the past 40 years i'm putting joe in charge of mission control. [ cheers and applause ] for the loved ones we've all lost, for the families that we can still save, let's make america the country that cures cancer once and for all. what do you say, joe? >> joining us now from washington is vice president joe biden. always good to see you, mr. vice president and we heard what the president said last night.
for you because of your beloved son, beau. what does this mean? this role and what exactly does it entail
for you, sir? >> well, it's not sure exactly what it entails but a couple months ago after beau passed i said that wanted to be when i was deciding not to run for president i said had i run i would like to have been the leader of a major moon shot that would cure cancer because you know, robin, god love you, you look so good going through what you went through and thank god you've beaten it, you know that every single family in america has been affected by cancer. it's the largest killer in the world and we're so close, so incredibly close on finding cures and fundamental changes and making it a chronic disease sentence. >> it is extremely complicated and everybody knows there are various forms of cancer and i
said, you know, we've got 20 fix politics but when you look at the federal funding under the obama administration, cancer research funding increased only slightly. how are you going to get the republican congress to fund some of these things that you want to accomplish? >> the republicans have already reached out and this is a place where there's really common ground and we added another billion dollars to the pot. the nih this past budget, i think we can generate a consensus here. you have 75% of the people who have cancer of some form and they never get to go to the great research hospitals. i look forward to talking to you about it. >> we will talk more about it. lastly, as you know, so many people have gone through what your family has gone through these late eight months. what has helped, sir, you and
>> well, my faith and my knowledge that my son was ready to go. he said, i'm not afraid, dad. and there's an -- being able to just sit there and literally with his brother and i holding his hand, it, you know, he was a boy that -- he's a man, he was attorney general but he was a boy always worried about worrying about us and so we focussed on all the inspiration beau was rather than the loss. and you know how hard it is to get through the hole days but we're getting through it. we're a strong family and i think of all the people that have gone through what i have with one-tenth of what i have and they're the people that i admire but i thank god i have a big and a close family and we mourn together but we're rising together. >> well, thank you, sir, for
hearing from me. you will definitely be hearing from me. >> okay. >> thank you for all your years of service. >> stay healthy. god love you, kiddo. >> after these 40 years this could be your greatest legacy, the moon shot. >> i hope so. i hope so. >> you take care. see you soon. >> thank you very much. a final check of the weather now with sam. >> wow, robin. it's hard to go from that to this but let's try. as i walk through the boxers here we're celebrating the ninth annual warm coats, warm hearts drive. go, linsey. so far we collected more than 126,000 coats with celebrities like "pretty little liars," elle king and bring lars and the drive ends next week so it's on you, folks. you got to help, go to burlington coat factory and donate your gently worn coat and we'll give it away. lara, it's all happening in here. this is the soul cycle team. it's all being led here by gio. please don't stop and i want to hear you out of breath.
you know what i love about this. even though i don't do a lot of cardio there's so much encouragement here and that's what does it. that's what makes you do it. >> you know what helps me, you go in the room and it's a gorgeous room. these people are beautiful. >> there's a rhythmman makes you want to do it. >> what else is going on? >> we've got a lot of correspondents. we have a lot of contributors. >> oh i'm sorry. and mid-20' s out there. gusty westerly wind in the afternoon will make it feel colder than that is the snow showers with their away. sets up a couple of days >> all right, i'm new here so we cycle team. now what else is going on. >> it's happening all over here. the "gma" gym. check this out. it is on fire. come with me. spinning into action, moving to
right now it is all about the body. dj kiss is pumping us up. our "gma" gym as we try out the top workouts of 2016 with some of the best instructors around. how are you? >> i'm
good. >> oh, my gosh. what you really concentrate on is people who don't have a lot of time >> that's right. >> to work out. >> time is valuable. >> how do you maximize it. >> we put cardio and sculpting moves together that tone the arms, legs, your core and boost your metabolic rate and work in cardio moves like sprints on the spot and jumping jacks to keep you burning calories in the workout and after the workout. >> how are you doing there, rob? >> robin, not doing so good. it's tough. >> get going. >> going up now. pendulum. >> got to tell you -- >> obviously i'm out of breath.
the reason i like this, i term the term like loosely. you travel a lot, opens up your hips and engages the core, stretches your shoulders. >> you have one
workout -- >> the first one, grab your weights. here we go. >> everybody can do this with or with without weights. robin, do it with us. >> slowly step back with your right leg, lower into a lunge then lift your knee up. >> yeah, robin. yeah, robin. >> okay. >> like that. >> en5 you work your thighs and work your booty and then we add these arm and shoulders and biceps. >> we got to leave. thank you. >> oh, julie, schad die boxing. why is this becoming popular with women? >> first off boxing is an incredible full body workout. it tones your body and builds
that's why women love and it models love it. it's been around forever and the best kept secret. boxing is the new black. you'll feel power. >> okay, boxing is the new black. how are you
doing? sgl >> come on. >> wax on, wax on. >> jab high, high matter is like what are you doing to me today? >> what is the one tip. >> keep your hands up. your core is engaged the whole time and using your legs. whole body. mind and body. >> do you want to try it? >> i got to keep moving. but thank you. shaun t. shaun t. >> hey, hey, hey. >> we're sizing it up. love your new show "my diet is better than yours." tell us how you're working out. >> we're doing sides and dancing to lose weight. it's the end of exercise. exercise.
>> and at home a lot with your routines you can do right at home. >> you exercise at home and great ways to keep you accountable. take before and after pictures and set an alarm and pack your clothes the night before. >> i don't have any rhythm but that doesn't matter. >> you know what -- >> how are you doing, rachel. >> i'm working up a sweat. working on my dance moves. >> it doesn't matter if you don't have rhythm. >> you can just act like you're brushing your hair every day. >> or you can push it back. >> moving and grooving. have fun. >> all right. i'm going it go over here. >> yeah, robin. hey, dj kiss. all right. karyn, this is huge. people are all over, celebrity, everyday people. everyone, what is about it about soul cycle. >> it is a 45-minute full body cardio party on a bike. we incorporate choreography and hand weights to tone the entire body.
dark so it takes away any judgment or self-consciousness. but above and beyond it's just fun. i mean -- >> look at that. >> it's fun. >> you know what, robin, i'm feeling self-conscious with this group, they are coordinated. >> it's all about the community. >> it is about the community. >> have you done this before, gio? >> i did it once a few years ago. >> we talk about, karyn, 2016. >> yeah. >> you know, we want to re-boot people and set goals for themselves. that's what soul cycle is about. community empowerment and staying positive. what is your suggestion for people so they stay on that fitness train? >> three simple things. so, music that motivates you, community, people that support you then we'll do accountable do. doing. >> you got to love what you're doing. >> want to get on the bike and show them. >> i don't have my shoes on. >> okay. >> karyn, thank you.
from billboard. you were nominated for a cmt music award and american music award and then when you announced the cma nominations you got two yourself. what is next in 2016? >> i don't know. i just hope it matches how amazing last year was and, yeah, last time i was here actually was with steven tyler doing the cma nominations. >> singing this time. we mentioned you are radio disney's latest nbt. you heard your song on the radio what was that like. >> we were listening to radio disney and jamming out to "let it go" an important song and, yeah, mine came on after that and we freaked out. it was a good moment. moment. we all want to hear you sing. i love that you named your dog off this song, by the way. >> he's like my little good chuck charm. >> kelsey's debut album online now. here is kelsea ballerini with
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sean: an investigation underway in hampstead after police say a crash. police are not releasing many details. they say no arrests have been made. emergency crews spent hours did the intersection of cambridge and stage roads investigating the crash. officials say the victim was hit by an suv. they are expected to release more information later. state police officers are searching for a truck driver who warner and took off. the trooper stopped to help the when a tractor-trailer that was going too fast for the conditions drove by and hit the cruiser. median. the trooper was inside and was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the truck was described as a white but -- box top trailer with a canadian license plate. it looks at the sun is shining in manchester.
over 30 to 35 miles per hour. we have the sunshine, looks great through a window. temperatures in the 20' s. wind chill in the single digits and teens. into the great north woods, right now. with the wind blowing, you' ve that light snow blowing around. it will reduce visibility in places. temperatures will not go up that much. you have the wind to go along with it, wind chills will be low. temperatures will drop back into the single-digit' s and teens. partial sunshine tomorrow and friday, a bit of a break between systems. the next one tries to arrive after an increasing clouds
friday night. just cold enough that maybe it is in the form of snow. could also be a mild enough or