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and get 15% back at the ikea kitchen event. good morning, america. new this morning, hitting home -- two americans now confirmed as victims in the brussels terror attack. and now a new arrest in italy, how one man is accused of helping the terrorists. and the possible name to a face, is a man in custody this person caught on camera who escaped after the airport bombing? faith and fear. ♪ pope francis celebrates easter mass in st. peter's square. [ speaking foreign language ] >> thousands gathering under tight security. the pontiff's plea for peace, but did terror fears keep the crowds away? wild weather. powerful storms make it look like snow in florida.
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cars overcome by large hail, neighborhoods turned white. the severe weather threat for easter sunday. and brackets burning. half of the final four now decided. villanova stunning kansas. the dive to the floor. the nailbiting victory. and oklahoma dominating the ducks for a huge win. the big matchups coming next. good morning on this easter sunday. happy holiday to everybody. here's a look at the scene in st. peter's square. where the pope just wrapped up his easter mass. >> happy easter to those of you preparing to go to services this morning. the reporter on the ground says the crowds are smaller this year, most likely due to nerves and fears surrounding the terror attacks in belgium earlier this week. >> news on that front overnight. police in italy arresting a suspect accused of providing fake i.d.s to the bombers.
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>> all of this on top of the arrest of this man in belgium. he's a freelance journalist. many wonder if he is the same man caught on camera at the airport in brussels, walking right next to two of the suicide bombers wearing the white jacket and black hat. meantime, here at home, the families of this married couple from kentucky have had their worst fears confirmed. alex marquardt is in brussels with more on that and the latest in the fast-moving investigation. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, paula. that's right. more sad news this morning. the belgian authorities have been slowly identifying the names of the 28 killed in the attacks. that american couple had been unaccounted for all week. now they have been confirmed to have been killed. this, as authorities all across europe step up the hunt for anybody involved in tuesday's attacks. overnight, justin and stephanie shults, an american couple from kentucky missing since the brussels attacks, now confirmed to be among the dead. they had just dropped off stephanie's mother at the airport when the explosions went off. as the news of their deaths
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came, justin's brother tweeting -- go rest high on that mountain. now, the first arrests handed down. the most important, against this man, in custody since thursday. faycal cheffou. charged with terrorist murder. this video shows some of his work as a freelance journalist. this morning, abc news has learned he had been detained in the past for trying to recruit refugees for jihad. but is he one of the two unidentified suspects who managed to slip away? this man at the airport with the suicide bombers. or another man seen with the suicide bomber at the metro station before he struck a train. authorities have also released this photo said to be of a syrian man. believed to have beeen complici in the attacks. the links between paris and brussels now stronger. the list of suspects and accomplices growing. agencies across europe on the lookout.
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in italy overnight, an algerian man, wanted by belgium, was arrested for making fake documents for suspects involved in the paris attacks. now, almost daily reports of arrests and raids to capture those involved and prevent more attacks. the new normal in europe. and you'll remember that after the paris attacks, there was the solidarity march. they were trying to replicate that here this morning with a march against fear. unfortunately, that march has been cancelled. the police saying they didn't have the manpower to keep it safe. dan? >> hard to miss the symbolism there. alex, thank you. as we said at the top of the show, the shadow of terror hanging over all of europe on this easter sunday. the vatican on high alert as thousands gather in st. peter's square to hear pope francis say mass. matt gutman is right there. matt, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. in a day that seemed so heavily influence bid the threat of
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terrorist attacks, the pope made mention of terrorism across the world, but only briefly. seeming to make a point of not dwelling on that, instead focusing on today's festivities. by the thousands this morning, they filed toward st. peter's square. through batteries of metal detectors into the heart of catholicism. this morning, pope francis celebrating easter mass with tens of thousands, giving communion, and praying for peace. his remarks referencing the attack in brussels, but other places around the world. saying, our world is full of persons suffering in body and spirit, even as the daily news is full of stories of brutal crimes that often take place within homes and large-scale armed conflicts that cause indescribable suffering to entire peoples. he railed against the treatment of the poor. the plight of immigrants. those persecuted for their faith and the environment. pilgrims, nuns, and tourists craned for a better view. this trio from ireland resting
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after the long wait to get in. children perched on parents' shoulders. amidst the swiss guard and military marching bands, there were squads of vigilant security officers. but the faithful undeterred by the ongoing threat of terrorist attacks. is your head on a swivel while you're walking around the streets? >> i mean, yeah, it's got to some of the people in our program. our roommates, some of them, are at home. they or their parents didn't feel comfortable with them coming. >> reporter: so far this morning, things seem to have gone smoothly. the one thing not many expected? all this empty space. the pope even zipping around in his popemobile, smiling as he waved and blessed the crowd. it's the culmination of the holy week, which includes pope francis washing the feet of both catholics and noncatholics. and toward the end of mass, the crowds certainly seemed to fill
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in. as the ceremony was ending, the pope zipped around in the popemobile outside the security bubble at st. peter's square, perhaps thumbing his nose at isis and all those security threats. to politics now. bernie sanders swept the night with convincing wins in alaska, hawaii, as well as washington. those victories underscoring hillary clinton's continuing vulnerabilities in her own party. will the delegates that sanders racked up mean much? devin dwyer is in washington to explain. hi, devin. >> reporter: good morning, paula. hillary clinton is still the clear front-runner in the democratic race. but for bernie sanders, it was his biggest day yet. showing the enormous enthusiasm for his campaign. it was a blowout for bernie. >> we just won the state of washington! [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: bernie sanders sweepg the democratic caucuses in washington, alaska, and
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hawaii, by huge margins over hillary clinton. >> so don't let anybody -- don't let anybody tell you we can't win the nomination. or win the general election. we're going do to both of those things. >> reporter: sanders claiming momentum after a string of 10,000-plus mega-rallies from the west coast to wisconsin. no comment on the losses from clinton, who is taking the easter weekend off. clinton dominates the delegate race. she needs to win just roughly a third of those still up for grabs to clinch the nomination. sanders needs more than double that. meanwhile, republicans are engaged in an ugly personal dispute. donald trump off the campaign trail firing tweets at rival ted us cruz. lyin' ted cruz is trying to convince people that his problems with the national enquirer were caused by me, trump tweeted. i had nothing to do with the story. cruz says the tabloid rumors of marital infidelity are a plant.
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striking back at trump, tweeting -- donald trump is no republican and he's certainly no conservative. the gop race turns to wisconsin, the next big primary in just nine days. all the candidates will be off the trail today for easter. many of them attending church services with their families. as for the man already in the white house, president obama, he's expected at church today, too. dan? >> devin, thank you. let's bring in chief white house correspondent jon karl, who will be hosting "this week" later this morning. how much do yesterday's victories for bernie sanders change the dynamic of the race? does he have an improved shot of winning the nomination? >> he's still got an uphill battle. but just look at what he did. these weren't just victories. these were out and out landslides. if you look at the delegate math, dan, bernie sanders would need to win 73% of the remaining delegates to clinch the nomination. that is a virtually impossible task. i'll tell you what to watch next. the new york primary on april 19th.
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sanders will make a big push to win in hillary clinton's backyard. >> new york and pennsylvania will be key, key spots in the democratic race. let's talk about the republicans, though. in his report, devin dwyer mentioned the primary in wisconsin next tuesday. how key is wisconsin on the republican side? >> well, it's very important if donald trump can win big in wisconsin, he goes a long way towards clinching the nomination before the republican convention. if ted cruz can pull out a win or keep it really close, what you'll see is a highly more likely that we'll see a contested convention in july in cleveland and what a show that would be. >> and almost certainly much more nastiness. jon karl, thank you. i want to remind everybody, jon's got a big show this morning. he'll go one on one with donald trump and bernie sanders. coming up on "this week." right hire on abc later this morning. paula, over to you. >> going to be a good show. thanks, dan. and now to a shocking airport arrest. an american airlines co-pilot
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was pulled from his flight shortly before takeoff, busted for allegedly drinking. it was a quick-thinking airport agent who turned him in. this flight was scheduled to fly from detroit to philadelphia. marci gonzalez has more. >> reporter: an american airlines co-pilot arrested, accused of failing two breathalyzer tests, moments before the plane he was at the controls of was scheduled for takeoff. >> i was getting a little nervous. i guess there was a good reason why now. >> i was speechless that something like that could happen. >> reporter: passengers on board, many of them spring breakers heading for the caribbean, at first told there was a problem with a cockpit seat. one of them finally spotting this scene and snapping a picture of man in handcuffs believed to be the co-pilot. >> first i saw just a police car. and i thought, wow, that's odd. about five minutes later, i saw them handcuffing him. >> reporter: the tsa saying one of its agents smelled alcohol as the pilot passed through security and notified police. >> this is a drunk pilot.
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he could have taken the lives of at least hundreds of people. >> reporter: officials have not revealed his blood-alcohol level. >> if you show up with anything in your blood, drugs or alcohol, your chances of being caught are extremely high. >> reporter: american airlines saying it is help investigators, writing in a statement, the safety and care of our customers and employees is our highest priority. for "good morning america," marci gonzalez, abc news, new york. >> crazy story. >> very crazy. but so grateful for that quick-thinking tsa agent. >> absolutely. absolutely. happy easter to ron. you're keeping track of the other stories. >> thank you very much. good morning to you paula and dan. good morning, everyone. we begin with a raging wildfire that has spread from oklahoma into kansas. the blaze has charred more than 600 square miles and destroyed at least six homes. military helicopters have been called in to help battle that fire. four blackhawk choppers from the kansas national guard have been deployed this weekend. at least two of them have 660-gallon buckets that can dump water on the flames.
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in alabama, investigators trying to find out what caused the fatal crash of a medevac helicopter. the chopper went down if the a field on saturday while ferrying man who had just been injured in a car crash to a hospital. the three crew members and the patient on board were killed. a routine fire department training mission turned into a real rescue mission off the coast of san francisco. rough waves causing the boat to overturn, sending all seven firefighters into the chilly waters. some meesh fishing boats and the coast guard helped bring the men to safety. four were hospitalized with minor injuries. robert de niro has decided to pull a controversial anti-vaccination documentary from the tribeca film festival. he has come under criticism for the documentary. a theory that lynx autism to childhood vaccinations. de niro who has a child with
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autism, said he thought it would start a conversation. he says the film does not contribute to that discussion. a brazen burglary at a tampa car dealership. two suspects break in, they rummage through the desk drawers. they found the box of car keys in one of them. they go outside where they're joined by more alleged suspects. everyone tries to match the keys to the car. successfully does that. and then, a minivan, one of them, getting away with crashing through a gate, to clear the way. the thieves, the alleged thieves, dan, getting away with eight automobiles. >> i don't think we need alleged here. >> maybe you're right in this case. >> on camera. >> i'm not a lawyer. i don't think we need to say alleged in this case. and finally, a happy ending for a man known as sad grandpa, or pawpaw. the photo was tweeted earlier in the month by was of his granddaughters after she was 1 of only 6 of his grandchildren
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to show up for a burger dinner. yesterday, at least 100 people from around the country showed up to eat burgers with him. the burgers cost two bucks. you could purchase a t-shirt purchase a t-shirt with the message, i ate a burger with pawpaw. >> look at the lines. >> the commercial possibilities here are endless. pawpaw chain of burgers and maybe a book. >> a $2 burger? >> 10% hungrier? somebody was charging two bucks. >> two bucks for a burger. that's actually a pretty good deal. what if you wanted a double? >> we'll ask pawpaw that. >> i love america. turn your misery into a commercial opportunity. >> yeah, exactly. exactly. >> thank you, ron. let's talk sports after all the bracket-busting, march madness coming down to the wire. >> that's right. by the end of today, the final four will be set. so far, two teams have punched their ticket. two more will later today. espn's tony reali is telling us who is in it to win it. >> mason, wants the three, puts it up, oh! >> reporter: overnight, after a knockdown, drag-out battle.
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>> look at the pirouette delivery. >> reporter: one half of the final four is locked in. villanova stunning the heavily favored kansas jayhawks in a nail biter. they clawed back from a five-point deficit. >> loads up a three. and he buries it. >> reporter: trading big buckets down the stretch. >> takes him to the paint. puts it up left-handed. >> reporter: senior and birthday boy ryan arcidiacono. knocking the ball away from kansas in the final moment. two freshmen sealing the deal. mikal bridges diving to the floor. before jaylen brunson sank the game's final two points that the charity stripe. sending the chiwildcats to the final four for the first time since 2009. >> best final four. i just love everything about this university. >> reporter: that win destroying what is left of broken brackets. 25% of brackets picked the jayhawks to win it all.
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including president obama. >> i'm putting kansas in here. >> reporter: their challengers in houston, the oklahoma sooners. >> are we surprised? >> reporter: superstar buddy hield continuing to elevate hz game, scored 37 big points, sinking three after three after three. dominating the organize gone ducks, soaring to a 12-point victory. >> buddy hield! >> reporter: what they said. buddy hield will be the national player of the year this year. he's been better in the tournament. drawing comparisons to steph curry. not a better comparison. he'll meet ryan arcidiacono. in the final four of villanova. buddy and arcidiacono, it's like a buddy cop movie. or words with friends. tonight, we'll see if the number ones strike back. north carolina is a favorite over notre dame. and virginia over upset-minded syracuse. >> you were particularly
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prescient about saying somebody with an "o" is going to win the oregon-oklahoma game. >> i thing getting half is good. >> paula wanted to show she knows what the word prescient means. >> what are you talking about? i think i taught that word to you? i'm particularly observant this morning. >> youcheck out this video out f central thra, -- florida, look t the hail piled up here. it's about a foot deep. south of the border, orlando, 5:00, most of the action will be across across the pan handle and new orleans. into carolinas and georgia. tomorrow we get a wave developing along this, maybe an inch of rain or snow. light snow on the backside of this. we're not done with winter yet. flood watch for panhandle and
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mobile alabama could see two or moo inches. flooding was an issue here. easter bunny rabbit jumping away good looking day for parts of california. >> reporter: good morning, everyone i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. double scan live is clear, as we get you outside, there's cloud cover out there, live in old city, the cloud cover will hang tough throughout date. it will be difficult to get any sun. 60 degrees is the forecasted high, 3 degrees above normal. 66 tomorrow, morning rain followed by an increase in sun as the day wears on. midweek we'll be in the 70s. >> welcome back. we slowed down those jumping bunnies. we got calls yesterday that they were jumping too quickly. >> hyperactive. >> yeah, hyperactive.
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>> i think a lot of kids were like that. >> you had a great day. >> we did a lot of easter egg hunting. there's a lot of it across new york. where there's a will, there's a way. hope you did, too. >> i thought he just told us it was disastrous. >> offcamera. >> allegedly. meanwhile, rachel has the story of a little girl who has become a rock star of sorts. >> yeah, this little girl is a rock solid young lady. please save us from the puns, rachel. >> she is a rock star, guys. you know, a swing set, a slide, the monkey bars, all places you might find a toddler playing over the weekend. not this little girl from arizona. by 3, she was exploring the grand canyon. take a look. ♪ hiking hiking >> reporter: meet hadlie. an average 4-year-old girl with an edge. while most toddlers were learning to crawl, she was learning to climb. >> she was about 1 1/2. i leaned up a sheet of plywood against the side of our house.
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put up some holds and she starting climbing. >> reporter: she's developed a following. photos like these showing her dangling from her fingertips from a sheer rock face. dad boosting her up a desert boulder. or this one, where hadlie is swinging from a harness. not your typical play date. >> i hear parents, slow down. don't climb that. stay out of the trees. >> we spot her when she's climbing. it's very safe. >> reporter: they believe it's so safe they formed the born wild project. to encourage other parents to take their toddlers on epic adventures. >> i get to see her confidence build with every move she makes. >> reporter: 110,000 people are following them on instagram. those adventures are something that hadlie's mom did with her paints hen she was a child. she wants hadlie to have the same appreciation for nature. that she was once given. >> now i'll view it differently when my 1-year-old son climbs up on to the coffee table and throws toys at the cats. >> he, too, may be a rock star.
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>> cheer him on. >> your wife will appreciate that. coming up on "gma," a husband on trial accused of ringing in the new year by killing his wife. why prosecutors have opened this 4-year-old case. and the washington machine on the fritz causing $20,000. it's a case for the abc news fixer. ♪ ♪ strength is an addiction. you can never get enough of.. now it's time.. to bring that strength to your tooth enamel. new colgate enamel health mineral repair toothpaste. it strengthens weakened enamel 4x better by replenishing it with vital minerals. so smile.. with strength. with new colgate enamel health mineral repair toothpaste. smile with strength.
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this easter sunday, march 27. i'm alicia vitarelli. sky6 live hd looking live for you this morning. sun really fighting to come out, but so far we have not seen any hints of that or the easter bunny just yet. meteorologist chris sowers takes ago look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> reporter: clouds rolling in in advance of a storm system that will get in here overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning. this afternoon it will be nice and mild, high temperatures close to 60 degrees, not much in the way of sun, though. tomorrow morning, periods of rain, heavy at time. by afternoon return of sunshine, 66. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, all look great, 60s and 70s. alicia. that's it for us, we're back in a half-hour. i'm alicia vitarelli stay tuned for more "g.m.a." at over 3,500 hospitals nationwide in a survey conducted for the centers for medicare and medicaid services. fewer than 6% received 5 stars. among them was cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia. learn more at cancercenter.com slash eastern. cancer treatment centers of america. care that never quits.
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and we want to welcome you back to "good morning america." christians everywhere are celebrating easter sunday. tens of thousands of faithful crowding into st. peter's square there in rome, under tighter than usual security. pope francis addressing the crowd with a message of hope. new questions this morning about the death of garry shandling. the comedian's doctor is refusing to sign the death certificate. saying the last time he saw his patient, she w-- he was in fine health. he doesn't understand the sudden collapse. the six astronauts aboard the space station, they just received nearly 8,000 pounds of groceries and supplies. we don't know if it includes easter chocolates. >> i don't believe that calories count in space. >> no. they don't. gravity just washes it all away. and speaking of washing away. coming up, the washing machine
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that made a real mess of things, causing $24,000 worth of damage. how it turned into a job for our abc news fixer. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. but first, the case that turned from a suicide to a murder. a husband on trial for killing his wife after new evidence came to light. >> the prosecution has laid out their case against tom fallis. a former kr ee eer corrections . lauren lyster has more on the new evidence and what's next. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan and paula. a number of twists and turns in the case. the latest drama playing out in the courtroom, but the prosecution's expert witness seeming to bolster the defense's claim about the incident. we want to warn our viewers, some of the testimony is graphic. >> so sweet. >> reporter: tom fallis is fighting murder charges after this new year's eve ending with happy couple. >> are you getting this, too,
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maddy? >> reporter: turned into a new year's nightmare. >> my wife just shot herself in the head! please help me! >> reporter: making the 911 call shortly after midnight. his wife, mortally wounded. >> ashley, no, ashley, no! you're not leaving me. >> reporter: five law enforcement age sis at the time, ruling it a suicide. four years later and a twist, tom fallis is now on trial for his wife's murder. he's pleaded not guilty. prosecutors accusing him of pulling the trigger and staging the scene, allege lid faking the 911 call. >> you can hear me, i know you can hear me. >> reporter: in court friday, this bombshell. >> the entry wound right here on the hairline. >> reporter: the state's own crime scene investigator, dan gillam, the prosecution's witness, admitting under cross-examination showing tom might have not have been the one to pull the trigger. >> is that an unnatural position? for a person to be holding the gun in that manner? >> it is to me. >> i don't understand how she's
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going to have it clear back behind her ear. i'm telling you that the wound is back here, though. >> i didn't pull the trigger. >> reporter: demonstrating in court on friday that if ashley did shoot herself, the back of the head wound could have been an exit wound. >> the jurors heard it. they saw the demonstration. they heard the testimony. and it will linger. it will be ever-present in the trial. >> reporter: earlier in the week, tom's next door neighbor testifying he overheard tom confessing to his own parents. >> he proceeded to say i shot my wife. >> reporter: falliss' father on the stand saying, it never happened. >> not at that time, not at any time. >> reporter: on monday, a retired homicide defective is expected to take the stand. and counterthe testimony. he, too is a prosecution witness. he's likely to support their case that this was not a suicide. >> tough courtroom testimony and evidence to watch. >> thank you, lauren. appreciate it. send things over to rob with we take you to the west coast we
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have a storm wolg rolling into the -- rolling into the pacific northwest. mountain snow and heavy rains across the northwest. we could see winds gusting 60, 07, 80 miles per hour an hour over the mountain tops north of vegas. once that system gets into the plains we're looking for severe weather up into cincinnati and indianapolis, hail and strong winds abbey maybe a tornado. easter city forecasts, easter texas, 58 degrees, egg harbor, new jersey, 54 not too shabby. bunny side, california 31 degrees. we've had three bouncing bunnies on the weather cast. here's what's shaking locally for you. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. it's nice and quiet in the
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philadelphia area. 60 degrees this afternoon under mostly cloudy skies, 66 tomorrow. close to 7 by midweek. have a blessed day with friends and family, whatever you may be doing. >> oh, thank you, rob. that means a lot coming from you. >> it was sincere. don't look at me like that, paula. >> you're a man of sincerity. as are all of the gentlemen at this table. i'm just trying to get out of that one. all right, everybody, coming up on "good morning america." talk about a nightmare. a broken washing machine, flooding a woman's house. not once, but twice. how the abc news fixer got action and what you need to know about manufacturer's warrantees. we're right back. you've finally earned enough reward miles on your airline credit card. now you just book a seat, right? not quite.
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♪ like most moms, amrita does lots and lots and lots of laundry. amrita, of suburban philadelphia, needs a washing machine that won't let her down. which is why this was a big problem. >> it was just like, out of the movie. i heard my husband say, get out of the way, there's a whole lot of water coming in. >> reporter: amrita's 3-month-old lg washing machine spilled an estimated 30 gallons of water from the second floor to the basement. >> it wasn't fun. >> reporter: $24,000 in damage. ruined carpeting and hardwood floors, drenched drywall that had to be replaced. her insurance paid to fully repair the house. but the washer, she and her husband called lg right away. lg said they would repair not replace the washer.
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it took several days for a tech to come and tinker with the water sensor. but then, it happened again. >> and the washer was leaking water again. >> reporter: lg had another tech swing by. he couldn't figure out what was wrong. amrita wanted a new washer. but -- >> they said, no, it has to happen three times before we say it is defective. >> reporter: what? three times? the abc news fixer found it's common for companies to require three repairs before they'll replace a product. imagine amrita waiting for a third flood? that wasn't going wash with our fixer. she went straight to lg's corporate offices. it took a couple of weeks, but the company finally arranged for a replacement for the washer. lg thanked the fixer for bringing this to their attention. they said they were happy to help amrita and her family out. >> it's fixed. thanks, abc news fixer. >> kudos to stephanie. >> yeah. i need to call her next time i have a problem. >> washing your laundry? >> well, i may not do that. let's change the subject. >> have a feeling that doesn't happen. can you gain more confidence
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hey, time for the "weekend download." most of us have felt anxious at time. social situation, job v interviews. public speaking. our guest today says she has a simple, science-based way to improve our performance. amy cuddy. a social psychologist at harvard business school. a new book called "presence."
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you say our body language affects the way other people see us and the way we see ourselves? >> your body and mind are constantly in communication. are you in a fight or flight or rest and digest situation? >> i prefer rest and digest. >> me, too. >> what is a power pose and how does it work? >> a power pose is adopting an expansive, nonverbal posture, like your hands on your waist or your hips. >> the wonderwoman pose. >> or superman in your case. >> in my case. >> and just holding that for a minute or two before you go into a stressful situation like a job interview or pitching an idea. >> there's been some skepticism. about this thesis. but you're confident that if i have a big job interview, i go into a private place and hold the pose for a minute or two, i'll be able to bring my boldest self? >> i'm not confident that you'll be able to. as a scientist, i'm confident that on average, people will perform better in that situation than if they hold themselves like this before they go in, which is what we tend to do. so, again, not going to work for everybody. will it work for the average person?
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i think the science suggests it will. >> i'm confident in my superman and your wonderwoman. amy, thank you. i appreciate it. >> thank you. >> amy cuddy, ladies and gentlemen. if you want to hear more of my conversation with amy cuddy, check out the new 10% happier podcast available on abcnews.com and the apple podcast store. we'll be right back with "pop news." dwich and cannonballs and clean and real and looking good and sandwich and soup and a new personal best. and a little help and soup and sandwich and study group. good, clean food pairs well with anything. try the clean pairings menu. at panera. food as it should be. lowe's oanyone can haveee a beautiful garden. finally, something in this yard as beautiful as me. enjoy.
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♪ great decorations, today, don't you think? time for "pop news." it's rachel smith. and we're -- >> we're popping. and hopping. >> popping, hopping, so much candy. >> we have about 25 jelly beans left. because you guys have been eating. >> that's not candy, ron. >> not edible. let's get to it. taylor swift, she's ready to
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have the best easter ever. in fact, she's already going there. egg to egg with her brother, austin, the other night. in a game they call easter egg battles 2016. her own take on a great tradition. take a look. >> three, two, one. >> wait for it. oh, there it goes. >> we went to battle before. this isn't fair. i used this one last round. >> just shake it off, taylor. better luck next time. that won't spoil her easter spirit at all. >> that looks fun. actually. great idea. >> who knew? another way to -- >> it has to be a hard-boiled egg. >> yes, it does. >> i'm not sure what -- >> it's like chicken -- or -- >> hard-boiled eggs. strategery, dan. >> we're working on rock, paper, scissors, too. >> oh, wow! all right, guys. next up, the perfect motivation for anyone eating way too many chocolate eggs. these easter bunnies are showing
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us how to walk off these sweet treats. a viral video from virgin active. a company in the uk. the company clearly thought it would be an egg-cellent idea to show bunnies in the natural habitat. and we're sure glad they did. because it's the cutest thing ever. they're precious. >> they're adorable. >> i love them. >> almost makes me want to work out. like, almost. >> i like the way they work out. very slowly. >> very slowly. it's no secret chocolate and red wine is a delicious combo. but this easter, we're taking things one step further with some adult-only candy pairings. if you're a fan of cadbury creme eggs, the best wine to drink them with is a bone dry beaujolais. to balance out the sweetness. as for reese's peanut butter eggs, try a sherry style wine. they go perfectly with peanut butter. and finally, if you're eating
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whoppers robin eggs, you'll want petites is sarah to round out the chocolate. >> hold up your egg. egg fight. >> oh! >> hey, pass the wine and the chocolate eggs, please. >> done. you got it. you got it. >> the reese's peanut butter cups. >> the wine? >> pass this down to r.c. >> you can't drink on national television. and finally, the ultimate -- oh, no. >> sorry. >> the ultimate "pop news" story. unbelievable. you give candy to us, it's out of control. this is possibly like the ultimate "pop news" story. or the ultimate "peep" news story. check out these incredible diaramas made entirely of marshmallow peeps. some of the entries in maryland's ninth annual peep show. just 1 of 20 peeps show diarama contests. happening around the country. we have our own entry this morning. check it out.
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i think we look pretty -- >> why is rob so tall? this is rob. why are you so tall? >> because i am tall. >> we all look like versions of jabba the hut. >> so cute. >> i think we need to channel our inner power pose after your "weekend download." we have a photo -- that we want to show all of you guys. >> no, no, no, no. >> yes, these are our power poses. what are you doing, rob? >> wow. some powerful people there. >> i think the ladies have nailed the power poses. i don't know what you're doing. >> i'm kissing my bicep. >> i'm flexesing my pecs. >> you have a bicep? >> yes, i work it out while doing laundry. >> power peeps. >> great "pop news." thank you very much. >> you know how to keep us happy, food. >> yes, you do. you do. thank you very much for watching on this easter. happy easter to everybody. jon karl has "this week." coming up very soon. have a great day. >> an egg-cellent day. >> an egg-cellent day.
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are they good? >> i need something vanilla. >> want a bite? ng vanilla. >> want a bite? >> good morning i'm gray hall alongside alicia vitarelli. nydia han is off today. scumming up summed morning, the wildcats -- sunday morning, wildcats win for the first time in years. we have highlights. two people are hurt as two cars collide in newport, delaware. >> reporter: you'll need a light jacket this morning, we're tracking rain, details ahead in
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a pleasant good morning to you, it is 9:00 a.m., sunday, march 27. in the news, final four here we come, villanova is celebrating it's massive win this holiday weekend. christians here at home and
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around the world mark easter sunday. we took our baby that was in a carriage and brought him down and used his shell as cover, brow him out of the straps and covered him. the incredible and scary story of survival an american couple speaking out after surviving the bombings in brussels. first, meteorologist chris sowers is here with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast on this easter sunday. bring us good news. >> reporter: nice and mild, but cloudy. that's good news. we'll eat candy, jelly beans. >> reporter: looking live on sky6 live hd down in atlantic city. we have a lot of gray out there this afternoon. the clouds will win the battle today, but the good news they will help to keep the temperatures fairly mild. 44 degrees in trenton. 48 in philadelphia. we're a good ten to 12 d

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