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good mornings, america. breaking right now, terrorist on the run. the massive hunt for this woman at the center of the terror in france. [ gunfire ] the bloody endings to the twin hostage situations. terrified shoppers running for their lives. meanwhile, the explosive conclusion to the siege at a factory the terrorists who massacred those workers at a satire magazine going out with guns blazing, this, as al qaeda claims responsibility. caught on camera. horror on the highway. nearly 200 vehicles in a massive pileup. cars and trucks slamming into one another, unable to stop. a truck hauling fireworks caught in the middle. and the driving danger today. close but no cigar.
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>> two, one. zero. >> space x launches its falcon 9 rocket. lighting up the nighttime sky. a spectacular liftoff. but the landing, not so much. we'll show you. and new overnight, cosby confrontation. the comedian heckled during this show. protesters chanting, blowing rape whistles. [ whistles blowing ] and what cosby did next. and good morning, everybody. let's get straight to the new developments in france. this morning, top security officials held an emergency meeting. after which they called for extreme vigilance. warning the nation it is still exposed to risk. >> one very prominent risk is this woman, still on the run. here she is, face covered. aiming that crossbow.
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here she is with her husband, the man who died in the hostage crisis in a kosher supermarket. >> two very different contexts. after three days of terror attacks linked to al qaeda, with two hostage situations ending with bloody violence, there are fears of more to come. with officials here in america on alert as well. >> we do have team coverage this morning of the terror in paris. we start with abc's alex marquardt who is on the ground. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good mornings, paula. we're right here in front of the kosher supermarket. you can see it's still cordoned off by police. one of the sites of those two standoffs that ended as dramatically as this whole saga started. but not before 17 innocent people lost their lives. this morning, many here in france are afraid this story is far from over. [ gunfire ] it was at almost exactly the same time that the daylong standoffs that gripped france and the world came to an end. [ gunfire ]
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in an industrial park 25 miles from paris brothers said and cherif kouachi, suspected in the killing of people at the newspaper, "charlie hebdo," they came were firing. their friend rushed at the police, who took them out. this morning, new details emerging. in the hours before the near simultaneous raids. it all started around 9:00 a.m. the kouachi brothers on the run, stealing a small peugeot. as they flew toward paris, they ran into a police road block. shots fired. injuring one of the brothers in the throat. they fled to the printing workshop where they ran into a salesman, but then, surprisingly, let him go. i met one of the terrorists and i shook his hand, he told french radio. the gunman then told him, we don't kill civilians. amazingly, a young employee of the company had hidden under a sink and was texting police
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information from inside. as s.w.a.t. teams swarmed nearby roof tops. the town on lockdown. 1:00 p.m., approximately 25 miles from the printers. amedi coulibaly stormed a kosher supermarket with an automatic weapon. authorities quickly confirmed it was the same man who had killed a policewoman the day before. his wife a suspected accomplice, still at large. he threatened police that if they went after the kouachi brothers, he would kill the hostages. then, at 5:00 p.m. the kouachi brothers decided enough was enough. just moments ago, we started hearing loud gunshots. repeated, sustained gunshots, as well as at least one large boom. police countering with stun grenades before shooting and killing the suspects. inside, an arsenal of automatic weapons, molotov cocktails, and a rocket-propelled grenade. minutes later, at the grocery store, police launched their assault. coulibaly killed, but not before killing four hostages. those remaining, some of whom
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hid in a freezer, fled the booby trap ed building. after the sieges were over, a french tv station revealed that one of the brothers, cherif, had called them, claiming we are not killers. we are defenders of the prophet. those two brothers with known connections to al qaeda. and in a statement to the associated edd press, al qaeda in yemen claimed they directed the brothers to carry out the attack. a claim that is being investigated by french and american officials. meanwhile, the french president says france is not done with these threats and has asked french citizening to remain vigilant. dan? paula? >> alex, thank you. as we said this is not over. there's a huge hunt on this morning for this woman considered to be armed and dangerous. she clearly knows how to wield a crossbow. here she is, in a different environment, wearing a bikini, hugging her husband, who was killed at the kosher grocery store after taking hostages there. matt gutman with more on the search. matt? >> reporter: hey good morning, dan. that's right.
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the siege may be over. but the hunt is on. this is the building where hayat boumediene and her husband the man behind the kosher market massacre lived. neighbors say they saw her last week. today, she's the most wanted woman in the world. radical, armed and dangerous. this morning, the 26-year-old behind this veil is on the run. hayat boumediene seems to have vanished. the bonnie to the murderous clyde of amedi coulibaly. the man who seized this kosher grocery store on friday allegedly killed four hostages before dying in a hail of police bullets. >> this is a hit. a professional hit. they had full discipline. their bullets hit the targets. they made a cool, calm, effective escape. >> reporter: the couple lived in this southern parisian suburb. they lived in this
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working lass building. right here, their mailbox. right now, open for everyone to see. even their mail has been rifled through. compare this photo of boumediene in a bikini. wrapped around coulibaly's torso. and these, in a crossbow. she may have been his communications link to the kouachi brothers behind the "charlie hebdo" massacre. in 2014 boumediene made more than 500 phone calls to the wife of cherif kouachi. >> you can't have 24/7 surveillance on every person you're concerned about. you have to make decisions about who deserves priority. that's tough to do. >> reporter: police admit questioning her in 2010 about her husband's terror ties but let her go. now french authorities say there are 88,000 security officers fanned out across the city. the question many french are asking today is why sit if the french authorities had them in
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their dpras. why did they let them go? why didn't they track them? paula? >> matt gutman, thank you. these terrorists were known to police. the french government is now investigating how they could mount these deadly operations since these radicals were on their radar. they have been linked to al qaeda in yemen. abc's chief global affairs correspondent, martha raddatz, has the latest for us this morning. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, paula. these attackers were inspired by al qaeda on the arabian peninsula. there are now claims they were directed, financed, and trained by the deadly terrorist group. in a chilling video released friday, al qaeda claimed responsibility for the attack on "charlie hebdo," warning the french there is more to come if they don't stop what they called an assault on muslims, or they would never be safe. the two brothers, cherif and said kouachi, along with the kosher grocery store attacker, amedi coulibaly were part of a
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cell of al qaeda. not lone wolves we have seen before, like the canadian parliament shooter. but radicalized muslims seeking revenge against the west. views that likely grew more extreme during time spent in prison. >> you have somebody who is imprisoned for committing a crime. could be a terrorism crime. it could be a nonterrorism crime. they're going to be exposed to other bad individuals. >> reporter: coulibaly is believed to have converted to islam while serving time for armed robbery in 2005. coulibaly method krrks herif kouachi in prison. and confirmed to a french tv station that he coordinated his attacks with the kouachi brothers. one of the attackers traveled to yemen for training in 2011. cherif kouachi boasting that the group was financed by anwar al awlaki, the american-born al qaeda leader in yemen, who was killed by a u.s. drone strike in
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september of 2011. but questions remain about whether there were more accomplices. terrorism officials racing to determine if there are more members of the sleeper cell. despite the background of the attackers, as we have said, which was known to the french, they apparently had not been tracked in recent years, something authorities there will certainly be questioned about, dan? >> martha, thank you. here in america, an urgent warning to law enforcement officials. in the wake of ifthe attacks in france. pierre thomas has that part of the story from washington. what are the specifics of the new warning? >> reporter: good morning, dan. no specific plot targeting the u.s. homeland has been identified. but the bulletin warns police across the country that the threat from homegrowned a calls is real and ongoing. it expresses concern about americans going overseas to get training from al qaeda or isis. and returning home to conduct attacks. it also warns about radicals
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using social media to encourage attacks by lone wolves. >> we have been talking about this throughout the show. i want to run it by you. can't this attack in paris be considered an intelligence failure? officials knew these two men had ties to al qaeda. nothing was done to stop them. >> reporter: it's clear french government officials will have some questions to answer. one of the two terrorists killed trained in yemen, as martha pointed out. the question will be why? why weren't he and his associates under closer surveillance? france's resources may have been stretched thin. >> that's the ipd indication. it may have been a resources question. pierre thomas, thank you. you can get the latest on paris today all day at abcnews.com. and there will be complete wrapup tonight on "world news." we move now to the severe winter weather. a dangerous arctic blast. in michigan, blinding lake-effect snow played a role in this explosive pileup that
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turned deadly, nearly 200 vehicles. you could hear them crunching on a mayor -- a major highway. and rob marciano is here with the details. good morning, rob. >> good morning, paula. frightening stuff. heavy snow, 35-mile-an-hour winds. off lake michigan. visibilities down to a quarter of a mile. and on the interstate, this is exactly what can happen. the last couple days have been horrible on the american roadways. snow and bitterly cold wind stirring up dangerous conditions from new york to the midwest. i-94 in kalamazoo county michigan, shut down on friday due to massive pileup involving nearly 200 vehicles. one truck filled with fireworks, igniting and lighting up the freeway like the fourth of july. watch as this car hits the crash site. ricocheting off the road. more cars and trucks skid to the pileup, sending waves of snow in the air. >> they can't do anything. >> reporter: drivers visibly shaken.
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>> i'm extremely lucky to be alive right now. >> reporter: the chaotic seen leading to one fatality and 23 injuries including two firefighters responding to the scene. stranded motorists taken to a school as warming shelter with wind chills well below zero. precautions taken in western new york. with near zero visibilities there, leading to rodead closures including the new york state throughway. >> we're preparing for the worst at all times now. >> that is where the action is going to shift. erie and lake ontario is where you'll see most of the action today. north of syracuse, into watertown. here's the radar. the next couple of hours. it doesn't change much. just streaming the moisture off the lakes. we could see three, four, five feet of snow across the tuck a hill plateau. and dangerous wind chills this morning. minus 14 is what it feels like in chicago. minus 20 in green bay. minus 18 in cleveland. more weather in a few minutes. that video out of michigan is traumatizing to watch.
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you have been onned that road many times. >> my hometown is about 30 minutes down the highway. i have driven that highway hundreds and hundreds of times. it can be extremely dangerous in those conditions. >> be safe, everybody. we want to get it over to ron claiborne with the other stories making news this morning. >> good morning to you, dan, paula, sara haines. breaking news overnight in the mystery of airasia flight 8501. the tail discovered underwater on wednesday, was secured on a boat today. the rear section of the plane is believed to hold the all-important black boxes. so far, the black boxes have not within recovered. 152 passengers and crew members were on board that flight when it went down off the coast of indonesia back on december 28th. former cia director and former four-star general david petraeus could soon face criminal charges related to his infidelity scandal. some prosecutors have recommended he be charged for
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allegedly giving his mistress biographer paula broadwell, classified information. they presented their findings to eric holder back in 2013. he has yet to decide whether to indict him. petraeus resigned from the cia in 2012. and former republican presidential candidate mitt romney may be thinking third time's the charm. he's considering making another run for the white house. he met with high-powered potential donors and is considering running in 2016. that would be a change of heart. last january when asked if he would ever run for president again. he said no 11 times. >> but not the 12th. >> not the 12th time. and take a look at this. >> and liftoff of the space x falcon 9 rocket. >> a spectacular launch for the resupply mission. but, the mission's attempt to land the leftover booster on a
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barge off the florida coast did not go as planned. suffering a hard landing. space x billionaire elon musk tweeting close, but no cigar bodes well for the future. though. and finally, if you're looking for a way to beat the deep freeze. check out these guys. they have a pretty good idea. snow monkeys in japan. they're the picture of bliss as they bathe in the hot springs. the water is surrounded by steep, snowy cliffs. the monkeys appear to be in some what of a trance. well pretty certain of that. from all that steam. >> are they a little overheated? the red face? >> are they red from the steam or is that how they always look? >> you're the zoologist. >> they're in a semicoma there. some of them could not be awakened. looks like fun, right? >> you know who else is relaxing right now? oregon and ohio state. they're relaxing a little bit before the big game. claiborne.
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we want to go back to ron claiborne. the countdown is on to monday's first ever college football playoffs national championship game. the oregon ducks will do battle with the ohio state buckeyes. in arlington, texas. it's somewhat somewhat of a david and goliath. it's a third stringer against this year's heisman trophy winner. ron claiborne here with the story. they're both, the resident college football fan. >> this is the game that dan and i have not stopped talking about for more than a week. >> lie. >> should be a heck of a game. the two best college football teams in the country, two terrific quarterbacks. one who almost everybody knew was gonna have a great season. the other who practically no one ever heard of just two months ago. the first ever college football playoff national championship is shaping up as a bruising battle between two heavyweights. in this corner, the oregon ducks, 13 wins, 1 loss. an offensive juggernaut, racking up more than 47 points a game.
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>> scores! >> reporter: and in this corner the ohio state buckeyes. the underdog still looking for respect. two teams. two very different quarterbacks. marcus mariota from oregon. >> i wanted to be part of this team. i wanted to contribute. i wanted to find ways to get myself better. >> reporter: he's arguably the best quarterback in the country. and an all-american nice guy. >> great, great player. great, great person. great leader. >> reporter: and that's the coach of the other team talking. mariota won the heisman trophy football's highest award, and will likely be the first player chosen in the upcoming nfl draft. he appeared on "david letterman." >> to heck with the nfl, i'm going on "dancing with the stars." >> here's jones, lets it go. >> reporter: ohio state is led by cardale jones who became the starter at the end of the season when the buckeyes' quarterback went down with a season-ending injury. >> it's unreal. you know, because i -- because four weeks ago, five weeks ago, i didn't see myself in this position. >> reporter: nicknamed 12-gauge, because of his size, the
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250-pound sophomore can throw. and run. so the stage is set. the oregon ducks behind superstar mariota. and the ohio state buckeyes and a quarterback who began the season sitting on the bench. >> bring it on. >> ohio state was the underdog in the first playoff game against alabama, then ranked number one in the country. they are underdogs. six-point underdogs against oregon. overnight, what could be a key development, one of oregon's top receivers tested positive for marijuana use and will be ineligible for monday. i loved the ducks at first. i'm getting wobbly. what do you think? >> as a life long michigan fan, i'm never going the count out the buckeyes. as much as it pains me to say it, i'm wolverines all the way, but i have to stick with the ten. ohio state. >> i'm going ohio state. >> dan, just listen. >> 11 players on each side. >> not a big sports fan. but i -- watching that story, i liked 12-gauge.
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he seems really cool. so go 12-gauge. >> we have an ohio state fan. an inadvertent one. >> abc news, we're all on the story. we're going to be live from the site of the big game on monday with robin roberts reporting for "gma" and david muir will be in the middle of the action on "world news tonight. i know, dan, you want to know when kickoff is. monday night, 8:30 eastern, on espn. >> it's a bit of a coincidence. i have also been called 12-gauge because of these guns. rob marciano i know that's a problem you've had as well. >> oh yeah. i have that problem all the time. go, ducks. well played. well played, dan. hey, ut, where did you go? hook 'em horns? what happened to you? you have ice going on right now. winter storm warnings across texas. a quarter of an inch of ice. freezing rain in fredericksburg. the hill country between san antonio and austin. most of the icing. shallow, cold air. a rainfall out of mexico.
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that's a check on the national outlook, here's what's shaking locally for you. >> reporter: go togo togood morning everyone i'm meteorologist chris sowers, storm tracker 6 live double scan showing we're crystal clear. that's the view looking from the ben franklin bridge. we're at 17 degrees, 24 degrees is the forecasted high. windchills in the teens all day. better for sunday, 36. a wintry mix is possible monday morning, by afternoon we're up to 38. >> that is awesome.
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go ducks. >> dan can make it rain now. >> thank you, sir. coming up here on "gma," the 4-year-old who helped stop the kidnapping of her younger sister after she was snatched from her bedroom. >> just a remarkable story. stop the show. cosby's comedy routine coming to a halt. would hecklers have their say? what he told the crowd. broadway-bound. jennifer hudson set to make her long-awaited debut on the great white way. details up ahead in "pop news." with me. >> and me. news." with me. >> and me. when you don't get enough sleep... and your body aches... you're not yourself. tylenol ® pm relieves pain and helps you fall fast asleep and stay asleep. we give you a better night. you're a better you all day. tylenol®
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coming up on "gma" -- snatched from her bed by a stranger. >> a 3-year-old girl taken. her family springing into action to get her back and speaking out this morning. her family ring issing into action to get her back and
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>> good morning, 8:27 saturday, january 10 2015, i'm eva pilgrim. it is another blutlely cold morning -- brutalry cold morning, -- brutally cold saturday let's go outside to
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chris sowers. brutally doesn't describe it. temperatures in the teens windchills in the single digit temperatures rebound this afternoon. 24 is the high, well below average. 36 sunday, maybe a wintry mix monday morning that goes over to rain, we're up to 38 degrees. eva? >> a hit-and-run has damaged a fire house, brand new details on "action news" at 9:00. now, back to "good morning america."
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♪ had the time of my life, no i never felt like this before ♪ ♪ yes i swear it's the truth and i owe it all to you ♪ cannot wait to see this movie. sara is cracking up. these are stars from "the wedding ringer" showing off their moves in a "dirty dancing" parody. you can catch the two stars when they pay a visit to "gma" on tuesday. >> will they be doing that on "gma"? >> the lift. got to be the lift. >> who is going to be the lifter? >> i hope it's kevin hart. >> kevin hart lifting. >> he might break into song. coming up here, an entertainment story of an entirely different variety.
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organized protesters managed, for the first time, to get into a bill cosby showover night. we'll show you how he responded. first, a nightmare for a family in california. their baby girl snatched from her bedroom by a complete stranger. >> family members leapt into action chases the man who stole their little girl and pinning him down so the police could make the arrest. and had it not been for the child's heroic older sister who alerted the parents this story may have had a very different ending. brandi hitt spoke with the family. >> is the child accounted for right now? >> reporter: abducted from her own bedroom, a 3-year-old girl is safe this morning. in her parents' arms after a frightening kidnapping. >> my thought was, are we going to see her again? >> reporter: her alleged abductor sneaking up to this home just after 7:00 p.m. on thursday. while the little girl watched tv with her big sister. detectives say the suspect walked behind their apartment here and opened the window. he called the little girl to him. when she got close, he reached in and snatched her.
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>> he was able to grab through the window pull her through, holding on to her, run down the street. >> reporter: the victim's 4-year-old sister running into the family room, alerting the family. is she a hero? >> i believe she is. the first thing did is run to her dad. >> reporter: she says her large family flooded the streets. the victim's uncle finding the suspect, pinning him to a wall and taking the little girl back. unharmed. >> the suspect might be hiding in the alleyway. >> reporter: 37-year-old ethan odom has not yet entered a plea for suspicions of kidnapping. >> there was man in my home and he took my 5-year-old daughter. >> reporter: in utah last november, a 5-year-old girl was also taken from her bedroom. her parents waking up in the nick of time catching the suspect on the front lawn. >> because i was awake, i was able to hear the things that were able to save my daughter. >> reporter: for "good morning america," brandi hitt, abc news.
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santa clarita, california. >> our thanks to brandi. as a new parent, you can only imagine what you would do in that situation. it's a nightmare. >> absolutely. >> don't mess with your kid. >> yes. now we check with ron for a look at our lead story, france this morning. good morning, ron. >> that's right, paula. the authorities there are on the hunt for the fourth suspect in the two terrorist attacks. french officials say hayat boumediene is armed and dangerous. she was apparently with amedi coulibaly when he stormed the kosher grocery store. in paris. he was connected to the kouachi brothers behind the "charlie hebdo" massacre. coulibaly and the brothers were killed by police during friday's raids. and snow is making for extreme driving conditions in some nearly 200 cars and trucks involved in a massive pileup, shutting down i-94 in kalamazoo, michigan, on friday. a wild crash on dash cam. a bus in albuquerque, new mexico. watch the van slam into the bus.
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knocking the bus into a house. passengers were thrown from their seats. you see in another video there. >> wow. >> amazingly, the bus was not injured, neither were people, seriously. police say the driver of the van ran through a red light. and finally, this doggie has expensive taste when it comes to treats. the owner said -- she put her $23,000 rings on a table. that's when sierra, the dog, swooped in and swallowed them. the engagement ring and wedding band had to be surgically removed from the canine, returned in a slightly different shape. >> wow. >> the vets say they also found rox and snix sierra's stomach, too. >> i think the resale just went down on the ring. >> a little bit. >> i've been looking for my keys recently. >> check out sierra. >> she's cute. >> your cat? >> no. >> cats are too smart to eat stuff like that. >> well, that's true. >> i'm sorry. i'm a dog owner. i know they'll nibble on just about anything.
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we're very proud of one of our colleagues this morning. and it's not sara haines. one of them is sharing -- we love you. one of them is sharing a story of how she accomplished a goal many of us set this time of the year. >> our mara schiavocampo put it in a book. a look now at her secrets to her weight loss success. >> reporter: it's the january jumpstart. losing weight one of the top resolutions. in fact, it was my resolution three years ago. so, how did it go? i ended up losing 90 pounds and learning some surprising lessons that i share in my new book, "thinspired." first, it's often said everything in moderation. but i found success only after completely eliminating my trigger foods, including flour, dairy, candy, and wine, as i recently shared with amy robach. i don't even see it.
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second, sleep, learning that when you snooze, you lose. weight. being well rested keeps your appetite in check. third, find an exercise you really like. you won't dread going. it's advice i share not just in my book, but one on one, as women like 31-year-old legal assistant stephanie connelly. how much do you want to lose. what is your goal? >> 75 to 100 pounds. >> reporter: she's well on her way. >> i can do this. >> reporter: losing six pounds in two weeks. starting the new year feeling thinspired. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> she is terrific. she looks great, she's very brave. >> she's losing it slowly. the weight is staying off. not a quick fad diet. >> a good point. let's get it over to the always svelte rob marciano. >> thunder and lightning. >> thunder and lightning getting smaller and smaller.
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i got a new phone this christmas. shows me the temperature. >> you get your weather forecast from the watch? >> we don't need you anymore. >> exactly. just wear the phone. 60 degrees outside roughly. a live shot from outside new york city. there's downtown. not going to get out of the 20s today. you can send me texts. no, you can't send me text messages on this phone. on this watch. we're looking at temperatures that are going to really be chilly across the eastern third of the country, again, right. sounds like a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken record.ike a broken rec they saw snow? jacksonville thursday morning out to the west we go, a storm system coming into the west coast, san francisco to los angeles might see rain showers
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nothing too dramatic. 35 degrees freezing rain west of austin. 19 in minneapolis. that's a check on the forecast nationally here's what's happening locally. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. brisk and cold, 24 degrees windchills in the teens increasing clouds for sunday, 36. maybe a wintry mix monday morning we're up to 38. another technical piece you wear around your wrist. >> that is the term they use, technical piece. >> yes right. a technical piece. >> that you wear around your wrist. >> you're such a good pitch man. >> it's a jewelry piece, technically speaking. >> i'm going to save you. >> thank you. coming up here on "gma," what happened when organized protesters managed to get inside a bill cosby show? the heckling and his response. also, it's a long-running
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protesters taking aim at bill cosby over the sex assault allegations. >> they managed to get inside one of the comedian's shows last night. to send him a very loud message. linzie janis on what the crowd and cosby did next. >> reporter: overnight, bill cosby under fire again. organized protesters inside his performance. nearly 30 people standing and blowing rape whistles during the 77-year-old comedian's show in canada. during the tour's final stop in hamilton friday night, the group of women also chanting at cosby before being ejected from the theater. [ chanting ] and for the first time, cosby directly addressing the outburst on stage. scolding the demonstrators. >> stop, stop. >> it felt good to make a difference and to stand up for victims of sexual violence. >> reporter: 24 hours earlier, at a different performance
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cosby making a joke. to a female member of the audience who asked him if he wanted a drink. he responded, you know you should be careful drinking around me. seemingly a reference to the allegations by alleged victims, that he drugged their drinks the night they were attacked. exclusive interview with abc's linsey davis, phylicia rashad defending her former tv husband. >> this has not been easy at all. he's not a coward. >> reporter: overnight, he thanked fans. who came out to support him. saying your laughter continues to make me smile. i would like to thank each and every one of you for coming out and enduring the freezing temperatures. for rewarding me with your support, integrity, humility, and respect. i'm far from finished. linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to linzie janis. coming up on "good morning america," it's the sara haines show. harry goes hollywood. the plans for the one direction
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♪ it all leads up to this. "pop news." sara haines. take it away. >> this show tees me up. this is what it's all about. jennifer hudson is set for the great white way. the oscar and grammy winner is set to make her broadway day in a new york revival of "the color purple." she'll play the role of shug avery. in the production backed by none other than oprah winfrey. the show is expected to open this fall. i think this is great. >> yeah. >> it came out, back in the
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early 2000s, it was on broadway. this is the first time. >> big shoes to fill. with oprah. that was a great -- >> huge. it's not the role that oprah played. but oprah is behind it all. >> if she's backing it all. and more broadway news now. it's been defying gravity and hollywood for a long time. it looks like "wicked" will hit the big screen in 2016. the show's producer, mark glass, who is behind the "into the woods" movie says a director has been selected and a screenplay is being written. but don't go paving your way to emerald city just yet. he says they will only make the 2016 goal date if everything comes together perfectly. that is my favorite show of all time. >> was that you on stage? >> no, in my dreams. in my dreams. >> you do have a lovely voice. >> thank you. >> i've heard it. >> we're waiting for "wicked." that's an exciting one. looks like harry styles' future is heading in one direction. bah dum bum. and that's to hollywood.
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big-time producer harvey winestein says he's spoke within styles and there's no question he will enter the movie business. harry, not henry. >> look at that hair. with that hair you have to get into the movies. >> he's turned down a role already due to his world tour commitment. winestein is not giving up. no doubt we'll see him in a style-ish movie role in the future. do you know how much they make on their world tours? they set records. >> how much? >> that was rhetorical. millions and millions. he can make more on those tours ever than in a movie. >> millions and millions. >> one million. that doesn't mean that much anymore. and finally, no one is having a better day than this little frenchy. a little french bulldog. his first time in a ball pit. look at this. i can't get enough, i can't get enough! he's got his tail tucked. a little stubby tail. watch. and --
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>> oh! >> i have a feeling he'll be doing this again. how cute is he? >> fantastic. >> he's like, look at all these balls. they're here for me. yay! >> go down the slide go down the slide! >> he can't get enough. and we're there. >> the dog sitter is like, i gotta put all the balls back in the tub. >> the other dogs are like who is this guy? never let him come back. >> not like the bals haven't been here all long. you're in them now? >> the ball hog. >> thank you, sara. we're back with more "gma." keep it here. deal. the aches. the chills. the fever. an even bigger deal? everything you miss out on... family pizza night. the big game. or date night. why lose out to the flu any longer than you have to? prescription tamiflu can help you get better 1.3 days faster. that's 30% sooner. call your doctor right away. and attack the flu virus at its source with prescription tamiflu. tamiflu is fda approved to treat the flu in people
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and thanks for watching, everybody. we learned a lot this morning. including that dogs like ball pits. who knew that? >> sara did. >> more "pop news" tomorrow from sara haines. educating us about the world. >> really important stuff. >> thanks for joining us. see ya. >> i'm eva pilgrim, coming up next on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00. authorities are looking for the driver that hit a firehouse overnight and took off. find out what this means for the fire department. philadelphia police are investigating the deadly shooting of a customer at a chinese takeout overnight. those stories the "shelter me rescue of the week" and the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast all next on "action news" saturday morning.
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>> good morning saturday, january 10 i'm eva pilgrim. here's what we're following on "action news." french police are hunting the widow of slain terror suspect while a vigil in our area remember business the victims of the attack. philadelphia firefighters battle brutal flames and cold overnight. philadelphia is getting ready for a pro blue rally. aren't you glad to be inside right now? >> reporter: yes i am happy to be inside right now as temperature are blustery and cold. lots of sunshine out there this morning, there's the view, the center city skyline lots of
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bright blue. we're sitting at 17 degrees in philadelphia. actually make it 16. 17 in wilmington. 18 in millville. 11 in allentown, 14 in trenton. these are actual air temperatures. 3 in the poconos. 19 in dover. you factor in the winds it feels like 7 in dover. 3 below in allentown, 8 below in the poconos. 4 in philadelphia. all day today we'll be dealing with the blustery windchills. by lunge -- lunchtime all day long it will be bluster and cold. 17 degrees that's the forecasted high. lots of sunshine, but again with the windchills hanging out in the teens, it will be blustery. 11:00 a.m. 19, 2:00 p.m. 24 degrees normally we should

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