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greg: how is it going? valentine's day is over. hi, everybody. welcome to the program. what do we have out there? >> it is cold again. it was like an energy zapper. we will see a little snow this afternoon. it is nice to see that mike is in with us on this holiday. eliot spitzer. crazy night at the plaza hotel. the allegation that she was choked by the former governor. police did ask him a few questions at the plaza the other
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>> a big political battle. they face the next president of the united states should have replaced the supreme court justice. >> queens boy. >> and italian american from queens. >> dead at the age of 29. >> ski resort in new hampshire. 40 feet above the ground. how long were they stranded there for? >> i do not know, rosanna. same kind of cold weather that we were?
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paradise at the javits center. greg: holdout. that was cool. all right. rosanna: that looks fun. greg: a promise to revoke the celebration of valentine's day. rosanna: i am married. greg: a waste of time, energy, money. let's take a look at the empire state building. it is all red. look at it closely. like a heart beating. rosanna: i like this song, by the way. greg: i thought that you would.
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spending all that money. >> i think that they really put a damper on this weekend. what do you think? what did you do? >> i think that it is a crummy day. you are a mystery to me. i was one of those people that chickened out and stayed at home. liz: rosanna: we celebrated on saturday. greg: you celebrated valentine's day at home. you have to go out.
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>> very interesting. >> the stakes are so high. don't have to worry about it for a long time. now it is presidents' day. >> okay. a lot of folks have the day off. chilling out at home. waiting this one out. it is coming in a little bit later on this morning. we're talking about some accumulation did we have a winter weather advisory in effect for the entire tri-state region. you get a minor snow and ice accumulation. let's take a look at what we have with the maps. about a coating to 2 inches foremost.
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it will change over to rain. you give more significant snow. changing over to rain as time goes on. do not expect much tomorrow. right now, the radar is picking up on snow showers. not quite here yet. 12 degrees in islip. still well below freezing. there is that snow that is to the south of us. it will work its way into the tri-state region. making it for a slushy commute later on this evening. it will be very warm. highs in the 50s. inez rosales. >> absolutely.
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meters still remain in effect. your commute, lighter than normal. the bqe had a stall earlier. the new jersey commute is looking great. garden state parkway moving fine both ways. let's go to our cameras and take a look at your commute. westbound traffic moving fine. some equipment problems. saturday night schedule. new jersey transit. staten island railway is on a sunday schedule.
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the former governor of new york state. this one involves a woman and the plaza hotel. rosanna: spitzer and the woman got into an argument. somebody is missing this morning. >> she alleged that she was choked. hi there, robert. >> good morning to you. yesterday there was a crime scene unit part here. it is pretty clear that. police want to know if that was a crime. the post has reported that a woman spitzer was with told him she was returning to her native
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and choked her. taken to roosevelt hospital. investigating the assault allegations. a spokesperson said there is no truth to the allegation. spitzer resigned as governor in 2008. >> to every new yorker and all those believing in what i try to stand for, i sincerely apologize. he tried to make a political comeback in 2013. his. failed when he lost democratic primary. he and his wife split that year. he is a fixture in this neighborhood. his apartment is just a few
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elliott walked right by me. you are used to seeing him surrounded by security detail. he was just walking by himself. that is the latest live from the path of this morning. back to both of you. greg: a fire completely destroyed a greenhouse in brooklyn. this is what it looked like on diamond street last night. spreading to the homes on the left and right. nearly 170 firefighters were called there. it was finally under control. two firefighters into people that were around there were slightly hurt. we are told the rest are now staying with relatives in the
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greg: scalia, justice of the supreme court. we are honoring him. also, speculation of what happens next. there will be a real serious battle on capitol hill. ted cruz is promising to filibuster. >> he is good at that. let's bring in stacey delikat. there is a lot at stake here. they could hit the points of ideological balance. the body of u.s. supreme court justice scalia left a funeral home yesterday. the 79-year-old was found dead
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hunting ranch. lowered to half staff in tribute. we did not see eye to for a whole lot of issues. >> by and large, they were always well written. >> his replacement already the topic of intense debate. republicans say they should wait for a new president and tapped out to filibuster many nominations. >> i think that we should wait. the president can nominate who he wants. >> it is outrageous that republicans in the senate and on the campaign trail have already
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that president obama nominates. >> weighing in backend money 12. >> a more conservative resident ken of by a like-minded justice. >> reporter: names now being floated about his replacement. all three serve on the dc circuit court of appeals. also out there, cory booker. greg: cory booker? wow. rosanna: he was asked about it. he is out there campaigning. greg: he is not doing it. he wants to be president someday.
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all that stuff. >> it is an honored to be mentioned. >> you do not have to be a lawyer to be on the supreme court. he grew up right in our area. >> he sure did. here is his yearbook photo. where is it. >> a very prestigious school. here is something in the new york times today. this is a picture of his house. where he grew up. a very diverse neighborhood. it was in the early 1940s that he was there. >> and then he moved here.
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country. editor of the law review at harvard. rosanna: rest in peace. back to london. somebody pointed a laser into the cockpit. the pilot decided to turn back as a precaution. listen to the audio.
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>> are roundabouts. rosanna: it was over ireland. non-life-threatening emergency. no word on the copilots position. it just took off from london at about 8:00 o'clock. >> everything is so civilized. >> it is extremely cold. i think i saw five press conferences with the mayor. extremely dangerous. not even lulu wanted to go outside. >> the mayor could not resist. >> we're very pleased with the work that has been done.
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have a place for you right now. >> that is great for the homeless. telling everyone else how dangerous it is. my mom was not happy. >> she got a lot of cancellations saturday night. >> one of those cases. >> it was hard to walk around. >> i definitely went out with my husband for dinner. saturday night we went out for dinner. >> well, what did you do.
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and i am watching you. it was all about hanging out. it was called over the weekend. that is how cold it was. we have not seen temperatures like that and 40 plus years. averages. forty-one is the average high. we are on our way back up. drier sky coming to us. all right. we have temperatures in the teens and 20s. teens around the tri-state region. 17 degrees out at central park right now. no snow showers just yet. we do have a winter weather advisory posted. that goes until midnight
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minor snow and ice accumulations. check out our fox5 sky guardian. it does not look like the tri-state has it just yet. our temperatures start off mostly in the single digits. 12 degrees and islip. 2 degrees below one monticello. look down to our southwest. warm front. cold front. working their way into the tri-state region. we will see the showers picking up as time goes on. as we head into the evening commute, it is stretching over to rain. we will not see huge snow totals. on the end, it will be on the
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cold recently. it could ice up for you as this all starts up. the white shaded areas getting a coating to 2 inches. temperatures climbing through. with these rising temperatures. high of 34 today. windy, wet, rainy conditions out there. let's bring in ines rosales. take a peek at what is happening
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things in nassau county doing fine. it will take you 60 minutes. let's go to our cameras. rockland county side. heading towards a tappan zee bridge. as for the george washington bridge, upper, lower level, your choice. as far as the art trains, queens plaza, there are some mechanical problems. >> thank you very much. the president lived right here in this neighborhood. john f. kennedy. you associate him with massachusetts.
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greg: rosanna, do you remember
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rosanna: we did go on a gondola. two tram cars got stuck midair. forty-eight people had to be rescued from the transit. everybody was held down to >> you can kind of see the people coming out the bottom there. no one was hurt, but they had to repel down from there. could you imagine us doing that? >> they are all okay, thank goodness. >> that theater that was attacked, rosanna, already, the eagles are planning their
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tomorrow night. >> survivors of november 3 team. >> that is not where the initial attacked took place. by the way, 90 people were killed. greg: not everyone is happy about this plan. >> it was good to see it. a few other people. rosanna: the concert is part of the pan deck it .saturday. mexico is having a great time.
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big huge crowds turning out. >> dave open air mass yesterday. a crime-ridden suburb of mexico city. greg: okay. over valentine's day. pulsating. like a beating heart. several couples also got married yesterday. greg kelly was nowhere to be found. >> i noticed it as i was walking around. we have seen it read before. >> walking around the empire
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>> hi, everybody.
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that was a big one. >> are you sure? i think that this is a very special one. it is big or small. morning. >> hit it. rosanna: [laughter] sing it, mary. the late great hairy white. celebrating america. new york city. take a look at this, rosanna.
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we like ike. greg: life is good. what i like about this picture. he was only, there were only three people and front of him. rosanna: i am sure that those rows of houses are still there. greg: fdr. president. he was doing quite well. i am sorry. here is kennedy.
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rosanna: i would have to say, i wonder. greg: he was all right. yes, he was down on the block. anyway. new york. ohio's presidential company. >> we liked it. we are dealing with the cold weather today. i do not like that my life is an open book. >> not even a little bit. >> i want to experience the cold weather. rosanna: i am not interested in that. i want to know about after-hours. mike: i did what i was preaching. he is still quiet over there. [laughter] greg: saturday night, i watched the debate.
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that is it. valentine's day was a big bust for a lot of people. a holiday built for disappointment. rosanna: may be in your house. greg: it sounds like there is more meat on the bone. [laughter] here is what we have. now we are getting back into it. the snow is trying to make a comeback. even as we speak. we do have some clouds and snow showers working their way towards the tri-state region. it does not look like it is amounting to much yet. we will see that snow making a comeback as time moves on. this warm front will come through as well. on the futurecast as it rolls
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coming into town. it will only be snow for a little while. with that being the case, that snow that we do get melts. while. just be aware of that. that is all out of here after we get done with the rain tomorrow. today, it is a wintry mix. warm and wet for you tomorrow. temperatures will be going down and coming back up. let's bring in ines rosales and see what is going on. probably a light commute. kelly: there is a water main break right now. were out 17. two lanes are closed. let's go to our cameras. lighter than normal out there. let's start out with that l.i.e.
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headed towards the brooklyn bridge. 7:35 a.m. in the morning. northbound and southbound side. no problems on the belt parkway. greg and rosanna back to you. greg: thank you very much. scalia. death at the age of 79. new york native. came over here as a little tyke. one of our good friends at "good day new york," arthur goes way back with justice scalia. twenty-five years or so. they have been buddies. rosanna: fox news correspondent. greg: i think that we may have a picture of them together. rosanna: is arthur on the phone, by the way?
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your dad and scalia. tell us how you met, arthur. >> just this past friday, i confirmed with the secretary that next tuesday, february 23, they would watch the argument here it right afterwards we would meet in the chamber. we would go to a great italian restaurant. we would drink wine. when you become friendly with
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23 years old. i am concerned about this on one case or another. in individual who is outgoing, funny. knew about so many different topics. you could talk to him about opera. sports. hunting. politics. our relationship developed. sometimes in new york. sometimes in dc. sometimes in italy. it was always a great, great time. so many different pieces of life's advice. arthur, that is fantastic. i am glad to have that friendship.
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one door opens, another door closes. my dad was like, why would you continue your school for the summer. maybe 40 kids. we just made a connection. there was a chemistry. the whole school went to a vineyard. we will have to break you up into two different groups. justice scalia said to me, you, in my group. all right. he likes me.
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though waldorf-astoria. i was the incoming president. he was a really, really nice man. if you read what his colleagues, official statements yesterday. >> did he like to go hunting? >> he loved the outdoors. whitewater rafting. i did speak to members of his family. nothing out of the ordinary.
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a little party. i can tell you, to people in the family. that, apparently, is what happened. the new york times. he lives in this, house right here, rosanna. pretty humble origins. went to the top. never lost that everyman touch. >> he was so proud. he was so proud. he grabbed me early in the morning. he said take me. actually, yesterday, i sent the e-mail to mayor deblasio. he ordered in all the flags of new york city to be half staffed.
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thank you. rosanna: thank you so much four sharing your memories. >> rosanna, what he did will never duplicate. >> you are right.
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or macchiato for $1.99. america runs on dunkin'. >> welcome back, everyone. it is presidents day and another chilly one too. our temps this morning, well, we are down into the single digits and teens depending on where you are. 17, central park, 16 in bridgeport and 1 in poughkeepsie. we do have clouds rolling in, snow showers just to our south are going to work into the tristate region as we speak, and it looks like some light to moderate snow will be coming at us about midday. here's what you should expect in the end, about a coating to two inches for the white-shaded areas, in the pink-shaded is where you get 2-4 inches. he's the deal -- here's the deal, a lot of the snow and ice
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get out there and appreciate it. it'll make for a slick commute this afternoon, but that's about it. icy spots also possible especially on bridgings and overpasses. dry for the rest of the week and back next weekend, sunny with highs in the low 50s. the fox 5ny weather app has a live interactive radar, check it out, it is free, and it works out well. happy birthday to this cutie pie, that is audrey, turning 2 years old. >> oh, that's cute. >> isn't she the cutest? you know what? there's actually a second picture. >> oh, there's someone else too? >> no, that's her. i didn't know which picture to use. absolutely adorable. let's bring in ines right now and see what's going on. [laughter] >> happy birthday anyway. let's start out with the expressway be traveling into brooklyn, you're doing fine, no problems on the new jersey turnpike. the staten island ferry along with the new york waterway ferry
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let's go to our cameras, take a look at new jersey. truck route 109, they just reopened the bridge, there were some delays because the bridge was in the up position, heading towards newark, doing fine. let's talk about the rest of the trains, because everyone has that holiday schedule thing going. metro north is on a saturday schedule along with the path trains, new york city subways schedule. schedule. greg and rosanna. >> thanks very much. here. >> up in toronto the nba all-star game, east versus west. defense, this wasn't much in this game. kobe got a real nice ovation, actually, there was no defense whatsoever. a nice long video tribute in his honor. kobe having some fun, dribbling on lebron, trying to take him to the hoop. then the fadeaway jumper, kobe
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watches the ball go in, kobe had 10 points in 25 minutes and change. carmelo had his own moments, kind of conservative. that knee's bothering him. he had a three-pointer there and 10 points on the night. paul george, 41 points. yet his east team lost 196-73. yes, the west takes it 196-173. everybody's going to remember to vegas kobe bryant got as he left the floor. hockey now, the first meeting between these two teams. you had to ask whether there'd be retribution. you knew there would be, rangers go at it with duane simmons there. they drop the gloves and went at it for a while. big punch right this cutting simmons bo the eye. -- above the
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a little wrap around action, his 19th of the year, 1-0 rangers. rangers got a big game out of derek broussard, he had two goals in the third period including the 100th of his career, rangers win it 3-1. picking up on the., -- power play, 28 saves and the devils win their third straight to jump over the islanders to third place in their division. finally this morning, this is really cool. yesterday legendary madison square garden photographer anniversary. i caught up with him last week, we talked about all the historic events he's seen and captured over the years, think about it, all the great concerts, ali/frazier, the rangers winning francis -- >> yeah. anything you see at the garden
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he showed me the last performance by john lennon ever, that was with elton john at the garden, i believe, in 1974. at the garden. >> yeah. >> this is him getting his president. is he retiring or something? >> no. 50th anniversary yesterday -- >> it's been that long, huh? wow. >> we don't have that -- >> yeah, listen to this. >> capture the emotions, the winning, the losing, the history, the history of madison square garden. it's just a privilege to be able to be here, to be able to photograph on the world's greatest stage, the world's most famous arena, the world's arena of history that no orr arena can -- no other arena can match. >> i mean, think of all the historic events he's been and seen. it's pretty awesome. madison square garden, the
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>> how does he feel about selfies? >> i should have asked him that, i'm going to ask him. >> all right. i know the boys like their toys -- >> crayola crayons? kind of outgrew those. >> if you get a box of crayons, you want to start coloring. >> when i was a kid, i started eating them. [laughter] >> really? >> yes. >> what color did you go for? >> there were so many, it looked, obviously, like candy. >> i like the smell of them. remember that? >> kind of reminded me of
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>> we'll learn about hi dad. uh huh. yeah...sorry about that. think about it there must be higher love down in the heart what do you think? and in the stars above hi ted, glad you could join us, we think you' re going to like these numbers.
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i could rise above >> what is all this stuff? >> this is play hard. who's in that? is that ben? is that baby ben? >> hi, baby ben. [laughter] rosanna has a theory that you're only 12 years old, and right now i think she's right. >> can i have one hot dog and one french fry to go? >> this is ben simmoneau, everybody, he's over at the javits center for the great big toy fair. what have you got there, ben? >> this is a food truck tent. how awesome would this be if you were a kid these days? they didn't have these when we were kids. good for a new york city apartment, shaped like a food truck. there's even a steering wheel finish.
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>> now new york city centric is this? tents inshaped like -- >> ben, you seem so excited about it. [laughter] >> i want one of those right now, ben. >> yeah. i'm going to come out. this is just one of the many items you'll fine here at the toy fair. 1300 companies, vendors here. it's the largest toy fair in north america. check this out, guys. it's huge here. basically, this is perfect. i mean, this cold weather this weekend, this would have been a great place to come, bring the kids, because you can run around, try all sorts of things. we're going to show you some of the hot toys, but all these vendors have toys out. you can come, play with everything and check it out. greg, i've got to tell you, i think this is perfect for you. we've got all sorts of tough you can ride on, we're going to show you that over the next two hours or so, but just some amazing stuff. yes, it is really bringing the kid out in me. back to this food truck tent real quick, it's not cheap, it's $200, but i've got to tell you, it's really nicely made, it's
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and if you've got kids, multiple kids, they could use this for years, so could be a good investment. rosanna and greg, back to you. >> ben's got two kids, right? how old are your kids now in. >> 4 and three months. >> oh, man, that's fantastic. what was your favorite toy growing up? you liked that to oven -- >> i liked the easy bake oven. >> legos. >> all right. let's talk about some entertainment because the bafta awards were going on in london this weekend. the revenant did really well. the movie won film of the year, and leo won best actor for his role of a 19th century fur trapper. >> okay. i can't get anybody to see in this movie with me, but it looks like leo had a great time. bafta, by the way, the british academy of film and television arts. again, the british oscars, essentially. >> exactly. brie larson won for her role in room as best actress, and so,
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maybe bafta and the oscars could be quite similar. >> have you tried to watch room? >> ono. >> i tried. i failed. >> and? >> not, not finish no. >> well, this weekend deadpool killed at the box office. >> now, this looks like a great movie. >> wait! you may be wondering why the red suit. >> ryan reynolds was the foul-mouthed superhero. by the way, did really well. we had ed skrein on. >> yeah, he plays ajax. he looks like spider-man, but it's not, right? >> no. >> okay. it did very well. >> that has a foul mouth. >> the biggest r movie opening movies. >> by the way, it killed zoolander 2 which i would have wanted to see. >> you and i both heard all those reviews -- >> i know. >> "kung fu panda" iii, that came in second place.
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>> and how to be single, then zoorander. >> see what i mean about revenant? i know it's been out a few weeks. you don't want to see that -- >> my husband went to see it without me. >> and he liked it? >> he liked me. >> the bear scene this is disturbed some people.
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welcome to good day new york. it is cold out there, greg. we are going to see some snow here. >> take a look outside, shall we? hi, everybody. it's the day after valentine's day. it was weird this weekend because saturday night is the big night out, but sunday valentine's day proper, it just felt overall -- >> it's weird. okay. so let's think about how weird it is. we were below zero yesterday and today, and tomorrow we could be about 50. what is going on in the world? >> by the way, a little bit to the right of what we're looking at is the plaza hotel. if we can, let's go over there for a moment. eliot spitzer, the former governor, we all know what happened to him back in 2008, had a wild and controversial time at that hotel on saturday night. he was in there with a 25-year-old woman, apparently he knew her for a hopping time, not a prostitute -- >> no, but there are reports she russia.
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reportedly she claimed she was choked by the former governor at one point. >> right. and police saw broken glass and blood. we'll tell you more details coming up. also, the body of antonin scalia has been flown home to virginia. he died over the weekend at a ranch in texas. the nation is remembering his life and legacy. he grew up a queens boy, he loved to say that he was an italian-american from queens. >> elmhurst, queens, very bright man. maybe you didn't agree with his politics or view of the world, but even his friends on the supreme court, he was a great guy. ruth bader ginsburg was his best friend in the world. >> i know, i order they used to go out together. all right, did you hear about this? nassau county executives say sexually suggestive text messages between himself and a woman who is a pr executive are fake. both he and the woman both are
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and there might be some proof to back them up. >> okay. i'm sure there is. we remember we heard some other politicians say they were hacked, and it turned out they weren't. at this time mangano, just the tone of his voice -- >> oh, he's angry. >> yeah. and he wants the police to get it resolved right away. look like he may be a victim here. donald trump, boy, what a debate that was on saturday night. said a lot of things, offended a lot of people but, hey, least been doing that for a long time, and it's been working for him. >> yeah. he went after jeb bush and his family and the legacy, oh, boy, but he's scaling back. >> well, the south carolina primary is saturday. >> saturday. >> isn't that kind of strange? that's how they do it in south carolina. >> the polls are showing donald trump, i think, ahead so far, right? in south carolina? >> okay. see what happens. >> and i believe hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck and neck in south carolina. >> really? >> yeah.
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>> happy presidents day, do manager nice for them -- something nice for them. take the day off. >> that'd be nice. hopefully a lot of people are relaxing. it's so cold out there, mike woods. >> yeah. there's a whole lot of, you know, people asking me what are you going to do? >> what do you mean? >> this weekend, you know, with the weather? >> you drunk, mike? you sound weird. >> i sound weird compared to you? [laughter] [inaudible] i'm gonna stay my butt at home. >> i thought you were drunk, and with good reason. [laughter] >> it wasn't completely out of >> nice going there. [laughter] because i knew i would get in trouble. well -- butt? >> i've said worse. >> have you heard donald trump late hi? >> thank you very much. i've got a contract, it's hard to get rid of me.
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>> stop being a freak. [laughter] it. it's the holiday. >> right, it's the holiday. >> maybe it's that cold air got to my brain. anyhow, we have a winter weather advisory in effect for the tristate region are, yes, for everybody throughout the northeast. basically from this afternoon all the way through midnight tonight we have that in effect, and that means minor snow and ice accumulation is coming your way. now, when it comes to our temperatures, they're actually going with up. we've got 8 degrees out -- 18 degrees out at central park, any precip is going to start off as snow, and then it starts changing over to rainfall later on. for now temps in the single digits and teens and our temps will continue to climb because we will have what becomes more of a southerly flow. warmer air from the south starts to bring your temperatures up, eventually turns from snow to rain, quite heavy at times later
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a little messy ahead of it. the future cast does change things over to rainfall as we head in toward the evening tonight. a lot of folks are home, don't have to deal with it, good. so you yet some snow during the days, and then it is starts to change over this evening. tomorrow a wet day perhaps a few rumbles of thunder. some pretty solid rain comes through tomorrow along with some decent wind too coming in from the south and warm temps too. it's all out of here by the time we get to wednesday, then we are done with precip for the week. today we've got that wintry mix that is that rights off -- starts off as snow, changes to rain later on. we're talking about highs in the mid 50s tomorrow, windy and wet at the same time, and then it's out of here. wednesday, thursday and friday, a lot of sunshine for you. all right, let's bring in ines rosales. she's back in action this week with us and, well, tell you what, there's some action on the roads and the rails. >> good morning, mike.
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problem, garden state parkway southbound, there's a car fire by exit 105. then in westchester, the spring brook southbound woof out for a crash -- watch out for a crash brocking a lane -- blocking a lane. let's go to our cameras, take a look at your commute this morning. on the thruway, no problems, moving fine northbound and southbound. the bqe looks great, no delays. heading towards the brooklyn bridge, traffic very light, it's a holiday, a lot of people are off from work and school. no problems on the fdr drive here at 96th street, and lincoln tunnel, no delays, same goes for the holland and the george washington bridge. greg and rosanna. >> thanks a lot. former governor eliot spitzer may be in some trouble this morning. something happened at the plaza hotel. he was there with a 25-year-old woman. she called 911, said she was having some sort of breakdown. her wrists were slashed and what else did she say?
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police were called to the hotel. robert moses is outside the palace saw hotel -- plaza hotel with details this morning. robert, what do you know? >> greg and rosanna, good morning to you. eliot spitzer has endured a whole lot of you are turmoil in his life, admittedly most of his own making. the prostitution scandal back in 2008, his resignation as governor, the split from his wife, the death of his father. he seemed to be returning to a bit of normalcy in his civilian life, and then there was this weekend. this morning eliot spitzer is once again providing fodder for the tabloids. the post is reporting that a woman spitzer was with saturday in a swanky room at the plaza hotel told him she was returning to her native russia. reports say he then got angry and choked her. she then reportedly broke a glass and cut herself. the woman reportedly was taken to roosevelt hospital for treatment. police would not confirm any of those details, all they would
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investigating the assault allegations. a spokeswoman for spitzer would only say, quote: there is no truth to the allegation. with his wife at his side, spitzer resigned as governor in 2008 after he was linked to a prostitution ring. >> i am deeply sorry that i did not live up to what was expected of me. to every new yorker and to all those who believed in what i tried to stand for, i sincerely apologize. finish. >> spitzer tried to make a political comeback in 2013, but his bid to become city comptroller failed when he lost the democratic primary. spitzer and his wife split that year. yesterday we saw a crime scene unit here at the plaza, and there were officers going into the hotel. we haven't seen any police activity this morning, but clearly nypd is talking this seriously. there were some report that is the woman who has made these accusations was not cooperating. police would not confirm that.
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are investigating her allegations. that is the latest live from the plaza this morning. greg and rosanna, back to you. >> thanks, robert. that was one of the most surreal moments i can remember when we heard from eliot spitzer, 2008 i guess it was, when he made those admissions. this is a guy who we thought could be president of the united states. i think we have video from that day. rosanna, you were on air when that happened. >> i was on air, and at that point, you know, eliot spitzer was a force to be reckoned with in albany. he was talking about being a steam roller in albany, and then all of a sudden look at what happened here. >> okay. >> and then his wife just standing by, looking like, you know, she'd seen the worst thing in front -- you know what i mean? >> i know. she kept her composure. >> shellshocked. >> we'll see what happens next. ed mangano is the county executive, is he involved in a
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>> he says someone impersonated his social media accounts and printed out lurid text message toss a public relations woman. both claim those printouts are fake. she says she doesn't even have mangano's cell phone number. the police department says its intelligence unit and electronics squad are investigating, and ed mangano is calling for an investigation, by the way. he's furious. >> he says he's a victim in all this and, yeah, looks that way. all right, you heard about that horrible case in staten island, a man allegedly stabbed his girlfriend and children. well, he's in custody right now. >> yeah. a judge denied bail to michael sykes. he pled not guilty to first-degree murder. prosecutors say he went to the ramada inn in the willow brook section last tuesday and stabbed rebecca cutler 40 times. he killed her and two of her young daughters, the third is in critical condition. her name miracle, by way. mr. sykes was arrested in queens
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e believe one of -- i believe one of these kids he killed was his daughter. >> antonin scalia, associate justice of the supreme court, died over the weekend at 79. it looked like he died in his sleep, probably of a heart attack, at a west texas ranch. he was there to do only hunting and relax over the weekend. >> now everybody's trying to figure out who's going to take his seat, you know? president obama wants to pick somebody right away. republicans are vowing to filibuster it until the next president. >> and we're also learning more about this man. some of us did not realize that he grew up in new york city, from queens. went to high school here in manhattan. had nine children, by the way -- >> how many grandchildren? >> 36. >> god bless him. >> isn't that amazing? >> let's bring in stacey delikat, she has more. >> we haven't even heard about funeral arrangements, but that is not stopping politicians. they are wasting no time over who should replace antonin scalia and who could get to decide that.
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justice antonin scalia left an el paso funeral home yesterday bound for his home of virginia. the 79-year-old was found dead on saturday at a west texas hunting ranch of natural causes. flags in the nation's capital and around the country were lowered to half staff as tributes to the long-serving conservative justice poured in. >> we didn't see eye to eye on a whole lot of issues, but he was one of the finest legal minds that 20th century and 21st century have known. >> by and large, his opinions were well written, and he's going to be very, very difficult to replace. >> his replacement already the topic of intense debate. president obama says he will nominate a justice to fill the vacancy, but republicans say a new appointment should wait for a new president and have vowed to filibuster any obama nomination. >> i think we should wait until after november before we move forward. the president can nominate whoever he wants, but the senate's not going to act, and that's pretty clear.
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republicans in the senate and on the campaign trail have already pledged to block any replacement that president obama nominates. >> scalia himself weighed in on a possible successor on fox news sunday back in 2012. >> will you time your retirement so that a more conservative president can appoint a like-minded justice? >> i would not like to be replaced by someone who immediately sets about undoing everything that identify tried to do. >> -- i've tried to do. >> names now being floated, perth garland and patricia ann millet, all three serve on the d.c. circuit court of appeals. also circulating on some lists, new jersey senator corey booker, of course, the former mayor of newark, also attorney general loretta lynch who also has ties to our area. as for the timing, the white house will only say president obama will nominate someone in due time. so -- and when he does, we know
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>> thank you very much, stacey. 1953, xavier high school, which was a pretty serious, pretty serious school. >> right. >> and, rosanna be, here in in "the new york times" a picture of his boyhood home on o'connell court in hell -- elmhurst, queens. >> he loved to say he was an italian-american from queens. >> if you're thinking about the job for the supreme court, technically, rosanna, you don't need a law degree. you don't. you just have to be a citizen. >> something else we can aspire to. >> there are no official qualifications for becoming a supreme court justice. the constitution spells out age, citizenship and -- this is from the history channel, by the way -- for becoming president or member of congress but no rules for joining the nation's highest court. >> other things that are happening around town, the house passed a controversial bill that would give the 9/11 memorial and museum in lower manhattan up to $25 million a year.
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>> that would mean that the federal government would operate it, is that the issue? the park service seem to do a good job, but for those who have been following the story and the families of those lost on 9/11, they have a lot to say, understand write so, about this. >> plus there's concern about how much people are getting paid. don't forget, to get into the museum if you're not a family member, it's $25. a lot of people have been very upset about that entrance fee. anyway, the bill has to go to the senate. if approved, it would be the first time federal funds go towards an operation. >> i think the memorial and the museum itself, they're both magnificent. >> it really is. donald trump backtracking a little bit of what he said over the weekend about jeb bush and his family. >> >> so he was in the debate on tuesday night and, oh, man, he was wild even for donald trump, calling ted cruz a liar and jeb bush a liar and saying that the government plied about weapon -- lied about weapons of mass destruction.
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>> he got some boos, by the way. yesterday mr. trump says he doesn't blame mr. bush for the 9/11 attacks, but he still thinks the war many iraq was the mistake. >> i tell the truth, okay? there were no weapons of mass destruction. i'm not blaming anybody, i'm just saying he went in there, he thought there were weapons of mass destruction maybe or maybe he didn't, okay? but he thought -- and there weren't. so i'm telling the truth. >> but you said he lied -- >> and chris wallace followed up. like the night before he was a bit more intense about using the word "lie," but anyway, it was an interesting debate. rosanna. >> did you hear that i believe w. is going to go with jeb bush and campaign in south carolina? >> and in a place like south carolina, that'll help. today is presidents day, by the way. how about a little hail to the chief, huh? should we look at another presidential home in our neighborhood? >> okay. >> let's see, what have we got this time? it's a repeat, rosanna, but it's a cool one. here's president obama, and
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house in our neighborhood? >> i would love to see it again. >> oops, here we go. he lived in an apartment -- >> do you know what floor? >> i think it was the third, but i'm not sure. this building between 94th -- on 94th between first and second. he was here in 1981, i believe. he was living in this apartment, and there were only -- he was fourth in line for the presidency at that point. >> wow. that's why you've got to love america. all right. let's talk weather, mike woods. >> all right. yeah, the weather around the tristate, man, it was cold over the weekend, and it still is outside. skies look gray, and they have that grayish tone that suggests snow. guess what? we have some coming up here. so far nothing in the rain gaming, it's all try dry. so far. 41 is the average high, 29 is the average low, and we drop down to 13 at one point, 18 at central park, and we have a winter weather advisory for the entire not only tristate, but northeast as a matter of fact. you've got that winter weather advisory that goes for us here
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the winter weather will be kicking in. first of all, we have the cold temps here already. 15 out at allentown and newark, 18, central park, and 8 degrees in bridgeport with clouds rolling back in. precip is starting to press into the tristate region, i see it starting to press into northern sections of new jersey. now, the future cast -- this is indicating what will be coming up for us -- it starts out as snow early this afternoon and then changes over to rain around 6-9:00 this evening, and it's going to be rain that kind of hangs with us and brings up warmer air at the same time. any snow we do get that accumulates, and this will be some accumulation, it'll be melting fairly quickly. the white-shaded areas, a coating to 2 inches, but about 2-4 inches of snow are expected in the pink-shaded areas up to our northwest. once it changes to rain, it starts to melt. snow showers starting you off later on this afternoon, and then it changes over to rain this evening into tonight.
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there, maybe some localized flooding. high temp of 45 for you, and then it's dry as we head into wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, summed, high temps down normal by the end of the weekend. the fox 5ny weather app will show you where the rain and/or snow is, download it at the itunes store and google play store. and also i want to say happy birthday to nicholas. hope you have a great one. let's bring in ines on this presidents day. nicholas' birthday, you know what? it looks quiet on the roads for the most part. >> good morning, mike. for the most part, yes. a lot of people don't have to go to work or school. no problems, putnam county. long island, if you're traveling on the lie between the seaford oyster bay expressway and the cross island parkway, only 67 minutes. traffic is -- 16 minutes, traffic is that light. staten island expressway, things
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towards the verrazano. the staten island ferry is on a holiday schedule as well as the new york waterway ferry. staten island ferry is on a sunday schedule, metro north and the path trains on a saturday schedule, lirr, new jersey transit, holiday schedule for them. greg and rosanna. >> all right. are you ready to play a little tennis? tennis, anyone? >> by the way, not only is he going to talk about his tennis match, she's also in the "sports illustrated" swim suit issue. and by the way, that's not a real bathing suit. that's painted on. >> are you serious? >> yeah. >> that's technically nude. look away! that's nude the city on our air right now -- nudey on the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. uplift your mood with hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl.
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>> it's packed there. >> they only take cash. who carries cash, you know what i mean? i use an atm card to buy gum. >> apparently a lot of people know, because the lewins are nonstop -- lines are nonstop. >> i was on that line. i ate a burger. the bill came, put down my gold card because i'm a high roller. >> and then what happened? >> we only take cash. >> did you run to get cash? >> as a matter of fact, i did. and, of course, i had to leave collateral. >> were you by yourself? >> i don't recall. it was a couple years ago. that's my story. >> he doesn't recall. let's get down to business then. >> i don't recall, counselor. let's go to lauren simonetti. >> i plead the fifth. good morning, guys. we're talking about what apple is doing that netflix does, that amazon does, original tv. it's being reported that dr. dre, he is the beats cofounder, sold the company to apple, now he's an executive to apple. he produced straight outta
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and star in, reportedly, an original tv series called vital signs, six episodes, probably a half hour each. this has been described as a dark series about, basically, his life. so we'll see. why would apple be getting into this? because they're struggling to dominate the living room the way they dominate, like, every other market. and they're competing more with netflix. >> it's kind of wild, drsm dray, good for him. he's still alive. there's already a great movie, now there's a tv series -- >> he's ka-chinging all the way to the bank. >> seriously. apple bankrolls his idea. does he have a piece of it? >> well, this is all according to the hollywood reporter. he's apparently in charge of the project. this is, like, his puppy that he wants to see happen. he's an executive at apple, so i'm not sure how that's arranged. >> all right. lauren, thanks. >> thanks. >> who's your favorite sesame street character? >> excellent question.
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bert and ernie. >> i would have thought cookie. >> cookie monster! he's terrific. hit the music, please. classic sesame street. we're going to have a live performanceby -- >> elmo and cookie monster are going to be here. >> no kidding? >> and some kids. >> did you hear they're going over to hbo? the new episodes, you'll only be able to see them on hbo. you've got to wait a while to see them on channel 13. i'm not sure i like this. bert and ernie, what was their deal? >> they were good friends.
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rosanna: okay. greg: rosanna is learning something new and different. rosanna: i am. greg: her mind is expanding rapidly. rosanna: yes, greg is teaching me how to tie numbers to presidents and then how to
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it is a memory game, right? greg: exactly. rosanna: what am i supposed to do again? greg: watch, give me a number between 1 and 44. there are 44 presidents. rosanna: 11. greg: james polk. verify that. rosanna: hold on. okay. don't go any where. you are right. greg: give me a number. mike: 28. greg: 28 is not harding, it is not wilson, oh gosh, wilson. it is wilson. rosanna: yes. mike: you are right. greg: one more. rosanna: 19.
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rosanna: yes. greg: he never gets respect. some guy a memory guru taught me how to do this. you are getting there, right. rosanna: i am getting there. greg: rosanna, who is the second president of the united states? relax and try to get that one. rosanna: adams. greg: excellent. one more. 5. rosanna: monroe. mike: wow. [laughter] rosanna: he's got great ways to remember them. some of them are really off the charts. you have to remember the story to get to the president. greg: here is the key, you don't
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mundane, you remember the bizarre. rosanna: should we tell them about the five? greg: no. [laughter] rosanna: it is sick. any way, i remembered it. greg: that's the key. harry, thank you. he's a great guy. rosanna: mike, do you remember what the forecast is? mike: it is coming back to me. actually it is getting different outside. we have the snow coming into town and we have winter weather advisory. not just us, everyone in the northeast, snow and ice is coming you, maybe minor accumulations coming to you. yeah, this is coming at you from lunchtime today until mid night tonight. to the temperatures, 18 central park. 15 newark. poughkeepsie 3.
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14 in montauk. winds are variable 3-8 miles per hour. making it feel like 10 in central park. it is pretty cold for this time of the year. the snow is down near the nation's capitol. the snow shift is headed up to the north. the snow showers are kicking in after lunchtime and minor accumulation throughout the day and changing to rain this evening into tonight. tomorrow the rain throughout the day and heavy pockets from time to time. out of here by the time we get to wednesday. showers today, starting off as snow and changing over to rain and all rain for ughs later tonight and rising temperatures overnight. high of 34 in the afternoon today. continuing to climb overnight and high of 55 tomorrow. windy, wet. it will dry out after that.
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of sunshine out there and not much to talk about weather wise. now to ines and what is happening on the roads. ines: people are off from work but the problems are continuing to happen. local lanes by 105 an a car fire. upstate, exit 115 an accident. tappan zee bridge, things are fine. westchester an accident. the cross westchester off to the shoulder eastbound exit 11 an accident. l.i.e. by 106, 107 doing fine. the trains, talk about that, everyone is on a different schedule, metro-north, path trains saturday schedule along with city one ways and buses.
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>> okay. thank you. >> so what's going on. what is hot? rosanna: toys, toy show is in town and at the javits center. the best, the latest, greatest, parents will be going crazy for them next year. legos. rosanna: ben is a parent of two. ben: yes, i have to tell you, when i was a kid, i made a tent out of pillows, blankets, couch cushions, but check this out. imagine you open this, maybe on a holiday morning, birthday, you have a huge food truck tent. hamburger 7 bucks. this is one of the hot toys here at the toy fair. it is the largest toy show in north america.
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thank you for joining us. thanks for having me. >> talk about the tent. >> this is pacific play tents. it is highest quality and you will have it for years and easy to store in a manhattan apartment. >> frame over the frame and it is $200. >> lasts for a long time. what else here? >> we have the manhattan building blocks from little poeland. it is a classic wood design. it is a great gift. it is about $60 and comeing with a bag. >> i could see this for greg. big figs, what are these? >> every kid loves the collectibles and now to a large size. we have a giant teenage turtle there.
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characterers at larger sizes. >> pass the pigs? >> they are actually dice, roll the pigs in a certain way, whatever position you get the points. you can aim for the trotter, 20 # points. if you get that you lose the turn. kids and parents love it. >> this guy is from paw patrol. zoomer marshall. i am going to turn him on here. it is a show for preschoolers, age three or so, and this guy moves around. you actually take your little one on a mission. you have to press this badge here in the front. this is a mission. >> over 80 interactive missions and phrases from the show.
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>> this is about 120 bucks? >> yes, and available in the fall. ben: now to big one. >> active motors. it is a car. not only does it look cool, so much fun for kids, it had controls for parents. there are an app where the parent can geo fence. you can control the speed and make a hard stop. something that the families are feeling comfortable and kids having a ton of fun. >> you can control this from a phone or tablet? >> yes. >> how much is this? >> $600. >> well, a lot of great toys. i like this guy. we have more toys, including more things to ride coming up in the next hour.
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the kids. the toy fair is open to industry professionals today. don't bring the kids. leave them at home. >> greg: ben, you are looking fantastic. you are so slim. how do you do it, ben? rosanna: he's running after the kids. greg: no, what is the routine? >> ben: i run 20 miles a week. rosanna: do you run outside? >> ben: it is a mix. our general manager tells me i should run outside, but i go to the gym when it is this cold. loz rosanna: lew doesn't wear a jacket in this weather.
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greg: lew from lew's views. they are compelling commentaries. rosanna: he gets action too. greg: he gets action. rosanna: i didn't mean it that way. greg: he doesn't mind. rosanna is improving her memory. rosanna: i feel like my mine is blowing up right now.
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rosanna: speaking of warmth, yes, we need to be warm. by the way, temperatures are going up. 18 degrees. 18 degrees. you can actually be outside. that person over there is covered up. hats off to the people that have to work outside. hats off to the people who have to work outside, greg. i have to say, did you really like think about the people on bicycles and everything this weekend? greg: i was concerned about myself and valentine's day. what a pain in the neck hollywood. really.
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i don't care what the platform is. rosanna: it is a made up holiday. greg: let's look that up. robert moses, you should do a documentary about that. you did a different documentary. rosanna: we are talking about the future, looking into the future? >> reporter: yes, it is interesting topic, we are obsessed with next week, next month and next year. tonight we are offering answers, mre dikting the future has really world applications and tonight we introduce you to people saying yes we can prodikt what is coming tomorrow. consider the renoned astrologer.
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>> miller's website boosts six million unique readers every months. >> as we grow up, we are aware that life is unpredictable and life is hard. it is challenging. >> miller counts fashion designer among the followers. >> i feel like a schoolteacher trying to get those little ones to behave. sit down, come on. i have to make sense of the conversations that they are having with each other. >> i visit add psychic for insight. holding? >> okay, so, just from your energy right now, i pick up that you have a bright future. you work hard and determined. so you actually are pretty much writing your future.
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>> reporter: i never went to a psychic before and i had a chance with the story. greg: usually it is a scam. often it is a scam. >> reporter: we heard of the stories spending a life savings going to psychics and it is all a scam. rosanna: are you getting married any time soon? >> reporter: you have to pay attention and sees that in the future. rosanna: what? >> reporter: i know. greg: your future is bright, but more specifics? >> reporter: yes. rosanna: are you taking over the anchor at some point? >> reporter: four to five hundred years. greg: i have to put a hex on you. she's looking all right. >> reporter: we have heard the horror stories. rosanna: some people are gifted that way.
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greg: robert, when can we see the whole thing? >> reporter: tonight at 5:30. greg: during the news? >> reporter: yes. rosanna: you are working a double shift? >> reporter: you are seeing me recorded tonight. all 7:14 of it. rosanna: is a raise in the future? >> reporter: she didn't.
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rosanna: okay. the sports illustrated swim suit edition is out and guess what, it is not just one cover. three. let's go through the cover girls. rosanna: ashley graham. she's a plus sized model and
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putting her in magazine and calling it epic she's on the cover. greg: she's interesting and on the show. very impressive and wild life story. she's overcome a lot. rosanna: that is body paint. greg: so she's nude. how about that. she's nude. he's a traditional model? >> rosanna: she's a model model. at 9:00 we talk to carlin. greg: this is body paint, no clothing whatsoever. i thought it was a swim suit. rosanna: it is getting crazy. we complained because the
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no bathing suits. greg: greg: remember demi posing naked? rosanna: yes. ladies rule we hope tonight at the grammy's. gaga expecting to pay tribute to singer david bowie. the cast of hamilton performing via satellite and it is anybody's guess on the big awards. greg: ll cool j is hosting again. rosanna: taylor swift.
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greg: poor him. rosanna: he jumped up to the stage. greg: it was a faux pas. rosanna: kanye is saying he's $53 million in debt. he sent out a tweet and saying he owes $53 million because of the fashion line. a lot of people, he's asking mark zuckerberg for money. greg: for real? rosanna: yes. a lot of people think it is a joke, publicity stunt for the new album. greg: mark, we are asking you for help. rosanna: go to kris jenner, she's got tons of dough. or his wife. greg: stick to the things you
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stuff. rosanna: that stuff sells and very, very wildly accepted. greg: westminster dog show is on. one guy makes a decision. one judge. rosanna: i read that. greg: ice skating is 15 people. this is one guy. any way, it is fun. it is a great new york institution. rosanna: we have the top dog on
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also, doing? between calls so i make phone music. (security guard) she has a gift. (receptionist) i'll bust out some sample beats for you. (mailman) why don't you try a game instead? it's fun. (receptionist) i'm incredible at this. (avo) take a break from the expected. play scratch-off games from the new york lottery. (dog) mmmm. we've been together since 2012. rdinner is absolutely ourrfavorite time together. i do notice that sometimes i eat better than her. i get my healthy bowl of beneful, and she eats a cheese stick and a cracker. that's what she ate last night. cheese stick and a cracker. can you believe what some people (vo) beneful originals is a
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real beef and accents of vegetables. beneful. healthy with a side of happy. greg: thank you for supporting "good day new york."
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memory and the new skills i get out of workpand i go to the store, and somebody' s,psmellin' around, "mmm! i smell cookies." i say, "oh no, you just smell me. s honey bunches s all." i say "don'
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terry bradshaw? what a surprise! you know what else is a surprise? shingles. and how it can hit you out of nowhere. i know. i had it. and talk about it. and did you know that one in three people will get shingles? (all) no. s why i' m reminding people if you had chickenpox then the shingles virus is already inside you. (all) oooh. who' s had chickenpox? and look that nasty rash can pop up anywhere even worse than it looks. talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
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pain from your day can haunt you at night, don't let it. advil pm gives you the healing sleep you need, helping you fall asleep and stay asleep so your body can heal as you rest. advil pm. for a healing night's sleep. greg: the president of the united states gets a song and his own day. it is president's day. we hope you have the day off. our city is full of the presidential history. rosanna: how many presidents have lived here? greg: a mess of them. we have a live picture, left of the shot you are going to see the hotel.


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