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tornadoes tear through the south overnight. >> oh, my god. taking the roof off houses. >> are we going to die? >> rens blare as twisters rip through homes and destroy cars. rain from nashville to atlanta. flash floo sweep up drivers, now the major storm heading east. overnight, an air scare for donald trump. forcing him to make an emergency landing. >> we have an inbound emergency. >> the gop front-runner now safe and launching a new attack on ted cruz. >> what he did to ben carson was a disgrace. >> the senator striking back. >> donald is throwing yet another temper tantrum or if you like another trumper tantrum. >> as the deadlines take a turn in the hot seat. just days to go till new hampshe and the campaigns are reaching a fever pitch. gop candidate chris christie on thettack and joining us live. real-life bonnie and clyde, a couple with a long history of crime now onhe run suspected in a string of robberies and
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georgia. and dangerous. big new report abouthose nfl poster boys, from tom brady to cam newton, why is it that the quarterback always seems to be so good looking? as we count down to the super behind their sex appeal. good morning, america, on this thursday. robin on assignment. a lot to get to. you should have seen the look on michael's face w when am asked how good looking quarterbacks are. >> how good looking are they? >> not that good looking to me. only way they look good to me when they we in my way and i got a chance to hit them. >> it's your job to mess up their face. >> this is actually a real story, t cover of "sports illustrated." it's a real story, a real phenomenon and we will later
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>> so you'll weigh in a little more, right? >> why are quarterbacks so attractitive. >> they're the only ones put onn film with the helmet off. take the helmet off. look at this, people. >> okay.y. things are a little tense here. they're tense up in new hampshire, as well. those attacks are ramping up two days befor the next gop debate righ heren abc. donald tmp still on top in the latest polls, marco rubio is on the move and in the crosshairs. we'll have all the latest and that scary moment for dald trump coming up. but first w want to get to the massive storm that is swsweeping acrs the country, more tornadoes touching down in the southeast wednesday and then take a lookt this surveillance video from a high school in tennessee. the school damaged by the storm and abc'ss steve osunsami is there for us this morning. good morningsteve. >> reporter: good morning to you, amy. this is what's left of the football coach's office at that high school at crockett county highgh in tennessee. it's destroyed. the ceiling is now on t the oor.
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that hit here on tuesday was an ef-2 or ef-1, actually, with wind speeds of up t to 95 miles an hour, enough to rip the roof off this building and several others here. classes here are now canceled for the rest of this week. >> a tornado warni has been issued. >> reporter: for the second night in a row tornadoes rained down on families in parts of the south. >> it looks liket's almost splitting into two. >> reporter: this one recorded on cell phone tearing through ft. stewart, georgia, the u.s. military base near savannah. sirens and warnings blared on loudspeakers. >> abandon vehicle and trailers. >> reporter: frightened parents and children couldn't believe their eyes. >> oh, my god, taking the roof off houses. >> are we goingo die? >> reporter: this morning they have to move 50 people to new homes. dozens o vehicles destroyed and in south carolina, there were reports of tornadoes there too and it wasn't jt the high winds, the storm brought heavy rain. lots of it.
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>> reporter: in nashvillend atlanta, driver has to be rescued from flash floods and take a lk at this from a surveillance camera they gave us at crockett county high in tennessee near that coach's office. youan see the moment a tornado tore through this school tuesesday. >> everydy was gone home and that saved lives. >> yes, no doubt. >> reporter: they're working through the night and hope to have classes open back up by monday. george. >> we sure hope so. okay, steve, thanks very much. boy, it's tough down there. the race for president now, "your voice, your vote" and just two days before our big gop bate brand-new poll out moments ago shows donald trump hoing on to a 20-point lead in new mpshire over marco rubio and ted cruz as two more candidates drop out of t race and tru accuses cruz of stealing the iowa caucuses so there's a whole lot happening. abc'som llamas tracking allll ththe latest from manchester. >>eporter: good morning. so many developments on the gop
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out, santorum dropping out endorsing senator marco rubio and as you just said, donald trump now accusing senator ted cruz of stealing the iowa caucuses while also learning there are some dangers to campaigning. >> we have an inboundd emeency runway is going to be shut down. >> reporter: overnight a scare in the air for donald trump. trump force one forced to make an emergency landing in nashville because of a mechanical proble >> runway 20, right cleared and -- >> reporter: hitting his campaign stop i littltle rock eventually. my guys said, oh, that's okay, we can go back to new york, mr. trump. we'll come another day, i said there's no way. i love arkansas. >> reporter: there's alsooo stopping trump's new attack claiming senator ted cruz cheated his way to victory in iowa. >> w what he did to ben carson was a disgrace that he had quit the race. everyone knew he didn't quit the race. >> repororter: refring to this cruz campaign e-mail sent on caucus day, they cite a press report saying dr. carson is
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it goes on to say please infor any carson caucusgoers of this news and urge them to caucus for ted cruz. >> it's ott a mistake. he did it on purpose. >> reporter: carso says it hurt his chancncnces in iowa and he's calling for acaccountability. >> at least those people who are responsible s should ce out publicly and admit what they did. >> reporter: cruz apologized to carson but is standing by his campaign's actions. will you fire or suspend anyone at you campaign for putting out misinformation. >> no, wre not going to scapegoat anybody and i would note that the news story that our team passed on was true and accurate. cnn reported it. >> reporter: but is it a dirty trickk to confuse voters? >> is it a dirty trick to pass on your news story? you're in the business. would you think it was if i forwardedd an abc news storyry or just a dirty trick to pass on cnn stories? >> reporter: cruz lashing out at trump saying the billionaire is stirring the pot because he lost in iowa. >> well, listen, it is no
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yeye another temper tantrum or if you like another trumper tantrum. > reporter: governor chris christie is keeping the pressure on senator marco rubio, christie warningg of the dangers of electing another first term senator. >> fool me once shame on you, fool me ice, shame on me. >> reporter: now, governor christie part of that pool of governors that right now is sort of at the bottom of the polls along with jeb bush and governor john kasich, all campaigning very hard in new hampshire carolina. george. >> okay, tom, thanks very much. chris christie does join us now from keene, new hampshire, this morning. barack obama? >> wha i'm saying, geor, he's a first term united states senator and has had no experience at all of ever managing anything. an that we've tried that once before and republicans have watched over the last seven years as the president has made dysfunional. wewe need to make sure we nominate someone who not only can beat
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manage the government and get it back on the right track once theye elected president of the united states, no need to take those chances, george, on sosomeone whs never managed anything larger than a 0-person senate staff. >> marco says you're lashing out because you're losing. he's in second place, you're uck at 5% in sixth place right now. >> george, you know, marco can say whatever he wants about that but this is his experience or lack thereof. he just d doesn't have any experience, george. all he has is experience of being a legislator. we've tried that as part and as a country and it doesn't work. >> you've been hting him pretty consistently for the last several days. is that pretty much a concession that if you donon't beat him on tuesday it's the end of the line for you? >>no, it's not a concession to that atll, george. but what it is is trying to raise a really important issue fo new hampshire voters as we get to go to the polls. fact is, we need to make sure we have a candidate who actually know what they're doing.
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is willing too take questions from the press in an unguarded way and need to have a candidate that does more than 45-minute drive-by town hall meetings and marco rubio has been the most protected coddl candidate in the race so what i said before is let the boy come out of the bubble. let't's see wt he can ke, because as you know the heat he'll get from hillary clinton if he was ever the nominee will be much greater than anything any of us can throw at him. >> we have this controversy brewing a about the iowa caucuses. donald trump and ben carn lashing o at ted cru suggesting that he stole the iowa caucuses, merit to that arargument? >> i don't think so. you know, i don't think any time in politics when you lose and you ask for a do-over that's somethining that gives peopl a lot of confidence in your leadershipable. the results arehe rults. you move on and but to the next contest and try to win the next contest, stop focusing on the rerearview rror. >> you have been focusing so hard on new hampshire. done town hall meeting after townall meeting making the
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do appr to be stuck right now. how can you change that? >> just keep working,g, george. that's how you do it. you keep working, d do well in the debate on saturday night. i will tell you this, y y look at the polls that were going into iowa, the polls, the last one "the des moines register" was wrong on donald trump and ted cruz by nine pots and wrong with marco rubio by eight poin. this has been difficult to race to poll a i know you're obsessed with polls. you want them every day and question everything on polls but the fact is you all were saying dodold trump was ainner over the weekend, that he was definitely going to win the iowa caucuses. and then it turns out he loses so i'm not going to get into that game with you, george. it's like when people vote wll know what happens and make decisions b based o that but if we made decions based offer the polls that you guys were cocounting o on sunday, we would have given donald trumum the win and this thing would be in a
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>> we'll see you saturday night. thanks, governor. >> looking forward to itit, george. thank you. george now to the democrats and hillary clion and bernie sanders facing some tough questions at a town hall last night. they are, of course, preparing for a big debate tonight and abc's cecilia vega is in manchester with the latest on alal of at. good morning to you, cecilia. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. bernie sanders may have the big lead in the polls here but that is not stopping hillary clion from trying to mark her turf right here in his own backyard. overnight hillary clinton on the hot seat. defending the big bucks she received for paid speeches. >> did youave to be paid $675,00000 >> well, i don't know. that's'shat they oered. >> reporter: even bringing back that famous phrase. >> d you still believe there's a vast right wing conspiracy? >> don't you? >> i'm asking you. >> yeah. it's gotten even better funded. >> reporte and clinton still hounded by the one question that just won't seem to go away.
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that trust? i have to really demonstrate as clearly as i canan who i am, what i stand for and what i've always done. >> reporter: in bernie sanders' own backyard the vermont senator not holding bac either. >> we are taking on the most powerfulolitical organization in the country and that's, you know, the clinton organization. >> reporter: but now just days away from the nation's first primary, clinton and sanders both looking to the future. andsanders and clinton will face off in a debate tonight right here in new hampshire. the dnc announcing there will be six more debates between now a may 1. also in flint, chigan, amy that means this race on this democratic side will not end a any time soonon >> all right, cecilia, thanks so much. the democrats are tonight but the next republican debate is just two days away and "world news tonight" anchor david muir and "this week" co-anchor martha raddatz will moderate it right
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we move on to get the latest on the dangegerous zika virus spreading florida where the governor declared aate of emergency in four counties and grgrnd zero for the outbreak, brazil, is struggling to contain it with prominent voices now calling for this summer's olympics to be cancled. our dr. richard besser is on the scene in brazil right now. good morning, rich. >> reporter: good morning, george. every four years we look forward to the olympic games and the world coming together. but this year it's different and that's why health officials are so concerned becauause when the world comesogether during a viral epidemic, when people go home they may not go home alone. with millions of tourists in rio for the statart of brazil's carnival tomorrow and millions more expected this summer for the olympic games, controlling the zika crisis is more urgent than ever. [ speaking a foreign language ] overnight brazil's president sayinghe virusas gone from a distanan nightmare to real threat. the government scrambling to start devoping a vaccine but
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best course of action. now this morning, some who doubt whether brazil can get zika under control by the summer are calling for the rio olympics to be canceled. >> i don't know that it's up to doing the olympics and epidemic control at the same time. mosquitoes are a tough opponent. >> reporter: the u.s. olympic committee tells abc news it is keeping a close eye on the situation and that team usa participants will be made aware of the recommendations regarding travel there especially for olympic athletes like michael phelps whose pregnant fiancee is among the people worried. while the u.s. women's soccer team is focusing on qualifying for the rio olympics, head coach jill ellis tells "th dallas morning news" the zika outbreak is concerning. over the next two weeks brazil has a trial run for what crowds can do.
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are coming from aund the globe and also mosquito season when people return home we'llee what happens to the zika epidemic. georgend amy. >> that is scary. >> certainly is a lot of questions to be answered there still. now to a big security headline. there was an arrest of three isis sympathizers in germany overnight. authorities conducted raids in three citiesncluding berlin and they've arrested two men and a woman with alleged ties to an algegerian gro linked to isis and suspected of plotting attacks in germany. and then security, of course tight in the u.s. as we get readyor the super bowl. the big gamee justhree days away. that is a live look at levi's stadium in santa clara, lifornia, around 75,000 people will be packing inhere suny night and abc's pierre t tmas has a look at how the fbi and homeland security are making sure everyone stays safe. >> reporter: f from ts heavily armed tactical team preparing to confront terrorists -- >> we're not going to be too far away.
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deploying speedboats for waterway patrols and big machine guns that fire these bullets, no one taking any chances with this year's super bowl. the potential threat of terror real and present. >> we try to anticipate things that could happen from multiple different directions but we're always inform the by recent events. >> reporter: security always tight for the big game, but this year a joint fbi homeland security threat assessment specifically points t to the paris attacks where a stadium full of fans was targeted and the san bernardino massacre as evidence of what cld happen during the super bowl. >> i think the achille heel for us is either an active shoer or a lone wolf terrorist event. >> reporter: bomb-sniffing dogs and undercover police already everywhere and monitors searching for chemical and biologicical weapons have been secretly deployed. these x-ray machines are checking every item being delivered from the food t/
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during thegame, military fiter jets and u.s. customs and border protection blackhawks will patrol the skies hunting for menacing planes and a new potential threat, drones. so many out there, the faa released this super bowl veo warning. >> but leave your drone at home. >> reporter: no drones allowed within 32 miles of the super bowl, no one taking any chances. amy. >> all right, pierre, thanks so much. we all know the panthers are getting ready for the big game and anothther animal in the panther family is making headlines. jaguar. love that transition? >> yes. >> panthers not the jaguars, a real one called el jefe spanish for the boboss. he is caught on video, the only known wild jaguar in the united states and was seen -- loneliest number". >> it's okay to be one because they know jaguars prefer to be alone.
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they prefer to live alone. they believe he's about seven years old and experts are saying that they hope a female jaguar will cross the border from mexico, keep el jefe some company andn turn boost the population in the process. country. >> we only haveve one. we're just trying to hook him up. >> nd a little hole in the fence. >> there's an app for that. >> he's lonely. while. >> i know if he does get a mate he's no longer going to be the boss. that's the way it works around here. temperatures in the upper 50s, yesterday very warm across the northeast but we' got thihis wave developing along the front and coldd air comg in. challenging forecast could see snow tomorrow for the morning
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england.20s and 30s. we have a light wind at less than 10 miles per hour throughout the region. the dayplanner reveals we'll have temperates rise near 40 degrees under increasing clouds today.we have a winter storm headed our way tomorrow. with that, we'll have snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. : > coming up next on "gma," stunning new developments in the murder of that young girl in virginia. what we're learning about her connection with the alleged killer.
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you lukas a trial date has been set for an akron man accused of killing his mother nearly two years ago. johnathan neunaber's court date is scheduled d for may 10th. just last month, a plymouth county judge ruled neunaber was mentally competent to stand trial for the killing of esther neunaber, back in july of 20- 14. lukas: also set for court is a storm lake man facing kidnapping charges the trial for scott banks has been set to begin on may 17th. he's accused of keeping the iowa human services department from taking custody of his children. scott entered a plea of not guilty momoay, court documents indicate banks kept his two children from the department in december and lied under oath the same day. lukas let's check in with for the weather. matt good morning siouxland. blizzard warnings blanket the area until early wednesday morning. the radar displays heavy snow dropping throughout much of siouxland. we've got visibilities being rapidly reduced and the wind is getting cranked up from the north and northeast near 2 2miles per
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are in the upper 20s and lower 30s. don't travel today unless it is absolutely necessary! the stormcast hd shows the evolution of the system as we'll have heavy snowfall today - especially during the morning. then this will transition over to more of a low visibility/strong wind event. matt good morning siouxland. blizzard warnings blanket the area until early wednesday morning. the radar displays heavy snow dropping throughout much of siouxland. we've got visibilities being rapidly reduced and the wind is getting cranked up from the north and northeast near 20 miles per hour. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s. don't travel today unless it is absolutely necessary! the stormcast hd shows the evolution of the system as we'll have heavy snowfall today - especially during the morning. then this will
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visibility/stron welcome back to "gma." yoyoare lolooking at the
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set for their finalhowdown saturday. the remaining nine candidate also face off right here on abc. >> a lot of stand-ins. the tsa watching over the investigation into that deadly somalia plane explosion that ripped a giant hole in theide and injuredultiple people before the pilot landed safely. > this morning the assault case against bill cosby set to move forward after cby appeared in court wednesday trying to get the charges thrown out. his lawyers now say h he'll appeal. and it is jt three days until the sup bowl and today the nfl is holding its first ever women's summit. robin is there and she's interviewing nfl commissioner roger goodell looking f forward t seeing that tomorrow right here >> s'll be bac tomorrow. right now we'll get to new developments i that virginia murder mystery. as friends and family mourn 13-year-old nicole lovell one of the suspect's former teammates is speing out. we'll tuque to a leading fbi profiler after this report from eva pilgrim. >> reporter: overnight mourners, loved ones and former teachers
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her funeral just hours away. >> everybody is going to tell you they're going to miss her smile b becausehe had somome kind of, you know, magic. i will miss her potential. >> reporter: two virginia tech students david eisenhauer and natalie keeps behind bars facing charges for her death. >> one in five people don't have jobs. >> reporter: this video on youtube belonging to a student name natalie keepers may be giving us a glimpse at the now 19-year-old more than a year before the alleged murder. authorities say eisenhauer, a former member of the track team was abusing his relationship with the s seventh grade girl he chatted with on a message,kik, his teammates stunned by the charges. one iting, none of this had to happen y yet i'm left here wonding why it did. gaige kern posting this open letter to his friend. i hate what y y've done but i don't hate you. three lives are now wasted. nicole's family say she vanished last tuesday night.
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the next day. saturday her body was found more than 80 mililes away in north carolina. the sheriff saying eisenhauer choosing that location because he's familiar with the area. it's about two miles from a home owned by his extended family. nicole's death robbing her middle school f friends of their small town innocence. >> there is still a lot of sadness going on, still some of her bt friends still a are just kind of scarred by it. >> reporter: f for "good morning america," eva pilgrim,m, abc news, blacksburg, virginia. >> thanks to eva for that joined by dr. mary ellen owe toole. thanks foror joining us this morning. so on the outside david eisenhauer, star athlete, sr student, as well, now charged with first degree murder. how do you characterize it? >> well, someone as successful as he was and as admired as he
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to hide or obfuscate. >> easier. >> criminal behavior. sure, people don't question it. what we call in the fbi like icon intimidation. when someone has a parcular status because of their job or because of success, people don't question who they are or what they're doing, so it is sometimes much easier to h hide that deep, dark secret life. >> one of the unusual aspects of this case is that he had an alleged accessory here, natalie keeper also charg here with being an accessory before the factct. kind of unusual for a boy and girl to peopleteam up like ththis. >> it really is and even more unusual that you have two females in this -- you have the victim and then you have a co-offender and so it it becomes even more difficult to d determine what were the roles of everybody in this, but david does appear from everything i'm reading and reviewing,e seemsms to be very good at manipulating people and
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played into this case with both women. >> what's the number one thing investigators will be focusg in on right now? >> well, they're going to be looking at his p past behavior. they'll be looking who else could have been involved, looking at whether or not he's done this before and looking for other youngirls he reached out for on that particular site. they'll look for behavior that led up to this crime because this is not the result of waking up one morning and just snapping. there's an evolutionary process to this type of behavior. investigators will be looking for that. >> so much planning. dr. o'toole, thanks very much. >> so chilling. all right. now to that manhunt under way for a couple calle the real-life bonnie and clyde wanted for a string of robberies and kidnappinings across the south considered armed and dangero and linzie janis has that story. >> reporter: in their facebook phot they appear to be a typical loving couple. but this surveillance footage offers a very different
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calling the 21st century's bonnie and clyde. watch as blake fitzgerald and brittany nicole harper rob a gas station in georgia, fce thehe cashier into an suv then drop her off at a nearby exit. the incident just one in a series of armed robberies the couple is believed to have committed throughout the southeast over the last week. police say it began at this hotel in tuscaloosa, alabama, where they took the hotel clerk hostage. >> i just wanted to get them out of the hotel as quickly as possible >> reporter: then they were off to hoover, alabama whe they tried to carjack the manager of a mcdonald's. >> i'm blessed. i could have been dead. >> reporter: the couple both with long arrest records seemed to have been mocking law enforcement in recent days, brittany posting, i wasn't planning on going for a run today but those cops came out of nowhere. friends begging the couple to turn themselves in. this is so crazy, writes one of brittany's friends.
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afraid you are headed in that direction. >> really scared what the outcome will be. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> and our thanks to linzie for that. coming up next, bernie madoff back in the headlines inside his life and what we're learning about his wife ruth after that mulbillllion dollar scam.n ouown reality. with our heads in the clouds. like a bunch of space cadets. huh? what? i've drawn a blank. what's my line? maybe we do live in a fantasy... ...in our own little bubble. just hangin' out! as if we're not completely down to earth. but just a bunch of dreamers? no way! we're just like everyone else. you know, average e joes.
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bac now with the latest on the bernie madoff scandal. abc's new miniseries putting his fraud scheme and downfall back in the spotlight. this morning's brian ross has the inside look at how the madoffs are living todayay and what's happened to all those missing billions stolen from victims. good morning, brian. >> reporter: to the surprise of many it was announced this week auge chunk of that money stoleny bernie madoff has now been recovered. some $11 billion of the $17 billion originally invested and the search is on for even more with the final lotf bernie and ruth's goa and emerald jelry
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every morning bernard madoff wakes up at this federal prison in north c carolina where he is serving a 150-year sentence. prisoner number 61727054 who oncece had bils in t bank now works as a delivery boy in the commissary where he makes less than a dollar an hour. his former cell mate j.d. wind feel in for bank robbery says madoff is relieved to be in prison. >> i think he was glad to be caught. i thinke was just, you know, tearing him up inside what was going on. i think he was glad for ito come to a close. >> reporter: madoff in the blue jumpsuit has maintained many of hi investors should actually thank him. in his one recorded interview with"new york" magazine. >> did i make a lot of money for people, yeah, i made a lot of money for people. >> reporter: madoff's wife ruth now lives alone in a one bedroom rental apartment in connecticut seen in ts new video at the grocery store, no limo. no domestic taff to help her but to the outrage of her huand's
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her to keep $2.5 million to live on. this weekk the u.s. marshals put the final lot of ruth's jewelry up for auction after earlier selling off her half million dollar diamond ring. >>old at $550,000. >> reporter: and the family's new york penthouse, the homes in palm beach,he riviera and on the ocean in the hampton, all that's left of the madoff legacy is a huge warehouse full of boxes and boxes of the phony documents used to pull off his massive ponzi scheme. we were the first outsiders allowed inde. is is what? >> his blackbook. >> his chair. where the king of all scams sat fo so many years. and we also saw bags and bags o of shredded paper, documents the fbi says madoff destroyed to hide the scale of his crime. >> had he shredded a lot of these boxes, the case against him would have been very, very difficult. >> reporter: he wouldn't be serving the restf his life in prison. >> he would he ge to jail
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years. >> and as to the queststion of whether ruth knew what was going on, she has repeatedly denied she knew anything aut it and has never been charged with a crime but she is aragic figure. her husband will die in prison and her two sons are already dead, one by suicide, the other ago. >> i think a lot would be million. >> many of t victims are very upset about that but they felt at was the best they could do and negotiated strongly for that and bernie, by the way, is in charge of the remote in the day room at thee prin so he's likely goi tbe watching out the coverage. >> is he very interesested in his own coverage. >> extremely interested. >> thank you so much. tune in tonight for the abc miniseries "madoff":00 followed by a special special on real-life madoff story at 10:00 right here on abc as you can see i think it's special. >> all right, coming up nextt here the people at the center of
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for goodness sakes. >> welcome to the party. >> we've been waiting for you. >> you better get in the huddle. we're back with football and that burning question which isn't burning me up at all, i don' know, but from tom brady to cam newton,hy do these star quarteterbacks always seem to be so good looking? >> yeah, why, michael. >> i don'think they are actually but " "orts illustrated" is on thease and on the caseor us as t.j. holmes has the story. >> strahan, a weird ght at the holmes house as she catches me looking up pictures of handsome men. it was just research, baby. but these so-calleded handsome me these quarterback, turns outhey're not even the best-looking dudes on the they're the face of thth nfl. faces aren't bad either so easy to see why many associate the role of quarterback with good looks. >> tom brady at the highest level but it's ao the good-looking high schohool kid
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>> but are they really the most attractive players on the field? john wertheim and sam summersrs try to answer it in "this is your brain on sports"? took mediaia photos of all the quarterbacks and had a random sample of people who weren't big football fans look at hem. on a scale of one to ten how attractive are these guys. >> reporter: they ran it again using phototos of wide receivers then defensi bacacks so which group was deemed most attractive? wide receivers like eric decker came out on top and defensive backs like charles woodson. >> if anythg they came out a the bottom. >> reporter: the pretty boys came in last? i thought the quarterbacks for the most part are above average in the looks department. they aren't. we just assume they are. it's called the halo effect because t quarterba seemingly has all the power on
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success amplifies their attractiveness. it's all in your head. it's all in your head. all right, so they did this poll a couple of times. the best looking quarterbacks were alex smith of the chiefs, then brady then tannehill of the lphins so did this for college guys too. quarterbacks came in last. they didn't put defensive linemen. >> they didn't want to because you guys were too bulky. >> who doesn't love a little bulk
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. andnd breakg swift. officers race to her california 911. a man arrested after trying to get on to heher proper. also this morning, the trial that transfixed the nation the now the story of o.j. on screen anan causing major backlash. ron goldman's father speaks out for the first time since the miniseries kicked off and marcia ark revealing it's like reliving a nightmare. this morning, o.j.'s confidant speaks out live parenting alert. are you struggling with your teens and their screens, how all that time with tab leis and development. the new boundaries you can set as a family starting now. and clooney getting clueless >> we wrote this with you in mind. and then i readdt and he's an idiot. >> the big name stars he's
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it started as a clooney practical joke and they are spilling a all this morning. all that and we're heheed to the big game, jesse, gronk and kid correspondent marlo going for a touchdown as we say -- >> good morning, america. nice happy crowd in times square this morning. kind of warm out there. robin out west on assignment interviewing roger goodell. there he is, nflcommissioner. st a few days tillhe big game. >> you know we're counting down with the thing everybody loves to eat at 8 a.m., snacks. pigs in a blanket. treats to inspire yououruper bowl party all part of tory's "deals & steals." they look good. they tastegood. >> we've got the here, in the control room. oh, there's our executive
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>> no, you have to change the camera. change the shot. anyway, good to know you can get great deals on super bowl snacks. >> we'll go from the super bowl to a datin adventure.our producer erica scott is in the middle of her "10 dates in 10 states" journey. >> a good date. >> she's's brave. >> swiping right,utting dating app tinder to the test and also revealing which day of the week is actually the best day of the week to go on a date. i didn't know that -- >> i didn't know that was a thing. >> and also whahatime of day is the best time of the day to go on adate. >> and you saw she was up in hawaii working her way back east right now and amy made her way over to the desk for the morning rundown. >> i think hawaii is the perfect place for a date. just saying. good morning, w we begin with the race for the esident. a poll out this morning showingng donald trump holding a 20-point lead in new hampshire as the campaign rhetoric heats up. trump claiming ted cruz stole votes in iowa by spreading a false report that ben carson might be dropping out of the race.
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nothing wrong and says trump is, quote, losing it. meanwhile, there is one less candidate on the trail. rick storum has ended his campaign. bernie sanders and hillary clinton faced offt a town hall meeting and sananrs criticized her ties to wall street. clinton defended her credentials as a progressive sayg she likes to get things done. there is a new call for brooz to cancel the olympics because of the zika vivirus although brazilian officials are callin it a real threat, they w the olympics will go on. meanwhile, florida has declared an emergency in four counties wiwi at least nine zika cases reported in that stat a major safety recall. honda is recalling another 2 million vehicles because their air bags made by takat could explode incding models back to 2005. our web has the complete list. look at this. a car ended up on the roof of
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the driver was injured but ankfully i i recovering. and now toome tense moments at taylor swift's house. police responding to reports that someone was trying to get inside herhome. abc's phillip mena has that story. >> reporter: overnight a scare for megapopr taylor swift, officers respondingo her california home and arresting this man. go down in flames >> reportete it's unknown if the "bnk space" singer was home but neighbors growing concerned when they saw the man near the home and called 911. the lapd say that when they arrived a man was banging on the front gate of the home. authorities taking the man int custody and trarararaing him to a medical facility for a mental evaluation. swift not the first hollywood celebrity to have a fan too close to me. >> what's your naname? >> sandra bullk. >> reporter: sandra was asleep in her mansion in 2014 when she
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ththis frant 911 call. >> i'm locked this my closet. i have a safe door. i'm locked in the closet right now. > reporte as for swift she's yet t comment and the trespasser has reportedly not been charged but overnight her spokespeperson telling the media this i why it's iesponsible forhe media to publish the addresses or recent real estate transactions of celebrities. this or potentially worse is the end result. for "go morning america," phillip mena, abc news, new york. >> ourhanks to phillip for that ever noticed when someone yawns you yawn just a few seconds later. a new study finds that women arere more susceptible to contagious yawning than men. scientists say it may be because women are just more empathetic. we are not afraid to yawn in response to others, researchers found women picked up yawns about 55% of the time while men on did so 40% of the time. i must be sympathetic to my script because just seeing the
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>> as soon as you said it i started to yawn. >> just suggesting it. >> if i yawn it's not because i'm ting to make you feel better. i'm just tired. >> how about you, michael? >> okay. now here's a look at what's coming up on t the "gma morning menu." there's a lot of backlash to the new o.j. series this morning and we're going to hear from o.j.'s confidant about what simpson is saying about the series from behind bars. how much screen time is too much for your kids? what it's really doing to their minds and how to set boundaries. we have george clooney, josh brolin and channing tatum all spilling the beans on the movie that started as a clooney practical joke. plus, tory johnson is here with great "deals & steals" coming up live herere in times square on "gma." [ cheers and applause ] "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by advil.
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we are never having another kid. i'm pregnant. i am never letting go. for all the nevers in life, state farm is the. we're back now with the "the people v. o.j. simpson,"he series bringing back vivid memory,ontroversies too from two decades ago and some players notappy with how it's being told. deborah roberts with more. hey, deborah. >> lots of buzz around this one, of course, the trial tha mesmerize the natatn is againin taking center stage. the fx series bringing in 5 million viers making it the channel's most watched drama series debut ever and as you y, p perhaps one of its most ntroversial. >> you got two victims in brentwood. >> b brent wood? nobody gets killed in brentwood. >> reporter: this morning the fx series sparking big buzz on social media and among thohose portrayed in the series. >> we the jury in the above
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defendant orenthal j. simpson murder. >> reporter: for the father of ron goldman murdered alongside nicole brown simpson mixed emotions. >> some parts i was okay with. and others, not. i was okay with the rantings of is. >> reporter: goldman who own rights to the infamous book "if i did it c confessions of the killer" says it does a disservice to his son and nicole brown simpson. >> their only iolvevement in this series is as dead bodies in the beginning and that's t extent of the victims in this story. it's a story primarily as we understand it about the attorneys. >> reporter: one of those attorneys former simpson prosecutor marcia clark saying on "the view." the series may serve a positive purpose. > it's a good thing. it will spark theiscussion we need too have about the reasons for the division, the racial divide when it comes to the view
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>> reporter: yet formerimpson houseguest and prosecution witness cato kaelyn says it's filled with inaccuracies even mocking his portrayal in a new york daily new he say writing m talking scene where that ridiculouslond wig is rearing its ugly head which were completely fabricated. >> talking about the mother of my children dying and they're asking me these qutions. >> anybody watching it especially the generation who never knew of this cas at all, i think ty have to watch with a clear eye and understand that this is a fictionalized version and not everything is going to be trueue. >> clearly this tv drama has been difficult for many who lived throu that c courtroom ordeal. marcia clark said it was like reliving a nightmare. we reached out to fx to talk about some of these commences and they had no comment but i have to tell you all lots of
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from the actors i interviewed. cuba gooding jr. thought, okay, good, o.j.. g justice but in filming thi he broke down in tears once because he never reallyly thought as much about the victims so even the actoror themselves have been transported by it in where were you? >> everye knows where they were during that bronco chase. it's really remarkable >> we'll be watching still, deborah. >> yeah, we will. >> thanks. joining us from tampa is j. simpson's friend and manager norman pardo. morning. o.j. is notappy with the idea of this series, is he? >> oh, no, this is not something he's lking forward to. especially with his parole hearing ccoming up. and you -- >> to rehash a this. >>'ll bet he's not and what are his biggest problems with this and what have you heard as you've been in touch with him? >> the only real problem i think he has with any of this, him personally he doesn't really
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surehis will be a big effect on this next year but his kids. i think that they're having to relive something that t ty don't want to do and it's going to last for a cououe of nths. that's the sad thing. >> do you think he'll watch? >> you've got -- well, i'm sure he will, because o.j.'s -- he'll say he won't but he always es. he always says h never reads the rags but he does. i mean curiosity, it's about him even though it's fictional or whatnot, it's still about him so he'll watch, you know. somehow they'll figure out a way to do it. it's just sad for the kids. that's the main thing. they shouldn't have to go through this all over again. their mother was butchered, you know, and their father is considered a murderer b a lot and they have to reliveve that for the n nextwo months over and over and over. they can't even go to the restaurant witho it airing so it's just -- it's a hard thing for them. >> how about that portrayal by cuba gooding jr.?
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i mean i'm sure he's a really nice guy and all but he'ss definitely not like o.j. simpson. they never consulted i d't't think anybody from o.j.'s side to explain that that's not o.j. it doesn't eve sound like him. i don't even know what's up with the uh stuff. that part made me laugh. i don't get it but he did the best he could, i guess. it's just o.j. simpson has a charisma about him. he's a good-looking guy. he's a ladies man. big guy, you know, football player. you know, when he walks into a room,verybody runss to him. the women, i mean, it's just -- they called him bait in college becacause of his looks. i mean, and cuba gooding jr. is a nice guy but he's not a big guy. he doesn't look like o.j. in a any way, shape or form and definitely doesn't sound like him. >> last time we saw o.j. on tape he seemed like a pretty defeated guy. >> well, he is he's very depressed right now. i mean, he doesn't want to talk to people.
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institutionalizing himself. every time he talks to somebody it brings back the outside and then he has to reinstitutionalize himself so he really likeso be left alone. you know, when we have friends that go visit him, he'll visit ththem for a minute or two then he's got toogo. he said i've got to go back in there. we're wororking on fantasy football things ande actuay leaves them there. whichs really weird because they drive three days to get there. >> you know, i'm wondering -- >> he's the one ready to believe. >> before we go this movie "concussion" has sparked a lot of debate about degenerative brain disease in football and the doctor who inspired it thinks that he thinks o.j. suffers from it, that disease known as cte. do y think he may be right? >> o.j. has a lot of shall issues, i mean he'll do things that are just whacked out. he'll sit in the corner. he'll talk to himself. he'll answerhimself. you know, i've caught him doing that numerous times. i deal with people w are usuallyy unpromotable, the people that have to be turned around.
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deal with him because he doesn't understand a lot of things like going in vegas when he wentnto that room. he knew better, he called me and i told him don't go in there but heidid it because he doesn't understand things. he's l like a child.d. when we handle him it's lik a child. you really got to --ou know, you got to really watch him, watch his manner ititches. i think that fx should have actually conontacted m just to get some of my video. i got 70 hours of him? us to learn his mannerisms to around. >> mr. pardo, thanks very much. >> you could see. >> thank you very much for your time this morning. >> all right, thank you. >> amamy. >> all right, george. to you to a big heaeadline f parents this morning about your kids and all that screen time. experts are now saying, yes, it could hurt their very many and one mom is trying to turn it all around with her new movie "screenagers." reena ninans here with her story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i will be t first to admitit, i was in the middle of a wedding reception and pulled out my ipad
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how bad can that really be?? come on. apparently now there's science showing just what technology is doing to our kids. >> all started with one question. what new phone toet my daught. >> reporter: as a physician delaney is used to diagnosing problem answer solving them of the ass mom to teens tessa and chasase shetruggled witit the dilemma facing many americans, how much technology is too much for her kids? >> i was completely struggling with how to get my kid to not be on screens all the time. >> reporter: in a fascinating new movie called "screenagers" she shows their desire for screen time. >> what would you do wh it. >> i will be cool and i'd be able to look busy i awkward situations. >> reporter: thehecience of how it can actually affect you minds. >> you can't have the conversations tha would lead to the development of empathy and se.
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in the area around the smart 7 phone pulling out answer glancing at it because y wantt that release of the pleasure producing chemical. >> reporter: kids spend nearly 6.5 hourss on screens not including screen time for classroom or homework. screenagers find pnty of parents sharing the struggle from parents frustted by the teens' selfie culture. >> i haven't seen her taking a real feet at the of anything but herself. >> reporter: to playing too many deo games. >> when i tried to stop him he turns into another person. >> reporter: she found the best way to manage her own family's screen use is having boundaries which include a family contract they designed together. >> we d't havave cell phones in our bedrooms at night. not at the dining room table and also when we're in the car. >> reporter: i isn't always easy. >> i wish i had unlimited access but i recognize and understand that the rules are there for legitimate reasons. >> it's still a struggle at
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we're a group doing this together. >> reporter: and the film also tackles issues that c come wita lot of screen time like nline bullying and screen addddtion making so manyny of us rlly just because they're hanging out in their rooms doesn't mean they're fully safe. >> they're in another world inside there. than you so much, reena. >> thanks reena.a. we are on the road to the big game three days to go until super bowl 50 and we've got an exclusive sneak peek. if you don't want to see the commercials before the b game close your eyes right now. a brand-new ad that will havee you dancing tough the decades with pepsi and singer janelle monae. take a look. do you love me i can really move do you love me i'm in the groove don't go for second best baby put your love to the test ou know you know you got to
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yeah pepsi-cola >> pretty cool. >> very good. that one ranked compared to skittles, yesterday was really good in we had a hot guy. >> the seth rogen -- >> ryan renn knolls. >> amy schumer and seth rogen. moree to come. let's go outside to rob. >> not so bad out here. people from fris, texas. you're chilly because you just came from a run. >> i am. >> how long did you go? >> about a half ho. >> how long? >> a half hour. >> that's a half hour more tha i'munning today. thanks for coming out. chillycross the southwest and big high will create the santa ana winds in california and temperatureshat feel below zero from denver to minneapolis.s. look at these numbers. cold shott coming down and will be in place for not only the midwest and great lakes but the east coast too through thursday.
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hour throughout ththregion. the dayplanner reveals we'll have temperates rise near 40 degrees under increasing clouds today.we have a winter storm headed our way tomorrow. with that, we'll have snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. : >> you want to know what? >> what'she weather going to be like on sunday? >> in denver. >> yeah, inn denver. >> aren't you going to be inside watching the game? >> yes. >> so it doe't matter. >> all right, lara, back inside to you. >> one way to look at it. "pop news" time and we begin with news for theer lovers. oopi goldberg, martin short, nathan lane a few of the stars preparing to are an interesting theater experimt that will happen in new york where a didifferent actor will play the lead role each night if a play and get this, thehey're only given the script whenhey step on to
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no rehearl, no set, no director. and a live audience,, no prpressure. what couldossiy go wrong? the offbroad way show called "white rabbit red rabbit" here in new york limited engagement march 7th. >> a lot of stars continue to sign up so take a look for that. actuallynteresting experiment. >> i don't get it. >> well -- >> what do they know about the play before they go on. >> they're not allowed to look. theirnterpretation of the words. >> wo >> that's pretty cool. >> okay, that could be a fun date night or a disaster. all right, also in "pop news" -- zoinks. scooby-dooby do, where are you. you seem to have changed. they've gotten a massive makeover leaving fans saying. r h-roh. they look totally different in this. >> they sure do.
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comics has scooby sporting a bionic blue eyeball. daphne has swapped out her signature cute dress that wanted so badly as a child, jump shoots and jinkie. is. a total hipster with a tattoo sleeve and earrings. dc has destroyed a classic -- i hope they still have scooby snacks. > the mystery van. >> the van. >> that would be fun for us on halloween, not the apocalypse version. the old version. hey, fred. >> totally. totally. >> and also, a little stevie wonder now to help us with this e, the song -- uptight the hot new trend in how to wear your jes. levi's introducing a brand-new denim called the wedgie fit. >> no, no. >> what? > is not my fault.
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making it more flattering with a little lift and separate ging wearers a more rounded look from behind. kylie jenner posted a picture of the wedgie jean. there you go showing off her assets on instagram. wedgieie fit does not sound comforble but levi says it's incredible comfortable and bloggers have called it thehe most flattering jean that they've seen in recent years. >> rob, rob. >> thank you, george. i'll take advice. >> i'm going to save the last video. it's so cute. i don't want to rush it. >> can we do it tomorrow. >> thoughts of wedgie jeans. when we ce back some really good stuff.
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oh my news update for you lukas: one local blood center is at critically low levels. representatives from lifeserve blood center in sioux city say their banks are at critically low levels due to the recent winter storms. making roads dangerous to travel, the snow caused the blood center to have to postpone donations. "thihiweek's blizzard caused us to shut some of our dono centers s wn for a few days, we had to cancel dozens of mobile blood drives and over the past few days we have lolost 900 uts of blood. so that's a really frightening time for uand our hospal partners." lukas the blood center will be open for extended hours thursday through saturday. those able to make it out and give blood will receive a free t- shir lukas let's check in with for the weather. matt: good morning siouxland. blizzard warnings blanket the area until early wednesday morning. the radar displays heavy snow dropping throughout much of siouxland. we've got
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thwind is getting cranked up from the north and northeast near 20 miles per hour. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s. d don't travel today unless it is absolutely necessary! the stormcast hd shows the evolution of the system as we'll have heavy snowfall today especially during the morning. then this will transitionver to more of a lo
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check out times square right now. a bunch of sailors from the uso and getting into the game day spirit, as well. just a few days till the super bowl and we have a "deals & steals" to insre your super bowl party. >> yeah, good stuff out there. >> some good eats in there. plus george clooney and all-star cast of "hailcaes!" have a new moved and all started as clooney's practic joke. we'll haveore on that comg up. >> a big cast right there but now we move on to our "10 dates in 10 states." our producer erica scott is in the middlef her digital ding adventure across america fresh off date number two in hawaii getting ready f date number three in.a. and she's got some advice on the popular dating apps she's using to find a match. okay, guys, we're ready for date number two, doug will be here in a few minutes, 25, he loves to surf. he's a hawaiian nativeo knows what he's doing better than i will.
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>> date number two is in the books. it was a a lot of fun, paddle boarding at the resort. tuesday's date was on thing and wednesday's date was on titinder. hinge, you h have a mutual facebook friend whereas tinder is infamous for letting you swipeeft or rightht based on whether y y tnk someone looks good. so you're kind of just judging them based on their looks. you grew up in hawaii. >> yeah. my whole life. >> i thought doug looked like a a cool y.y. a lot assume you won't fin meaningful relationships on tinder because unlike having a mutual friend on hinge you have no idea what they'll be like in real life. there is no way of me knowing after only one date with josh from hinge or doug from tinder but i have to believe both seseemed g guine and true too their profiles. >> thank yoyo >> nice to meet you. >> one of the reasons the date with doug was so cooool because it was so active. conversation was running smoothly because we had
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boarding in the lagoon and snorkeling in rainbow reef. now we obviously had a date during the day but according to match 60% of singles think that the evening is a better time for a date and they also think that saturday is the best day of the rules. right now. breaking the rules but that date looked like some fun, erica, right there. what about the difference between these two apps right there, hinge and tinder. is tinder living up to its reputation of being more superficial. >> i think there are a lot of connotationshat maybe it's for more casual hookups but i don't think the app should define the date. a lot of things you get out of it w whatt y put into it. if you want to find someone y might be able to again ate a meaningful relationship. who knows.
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met someone on tinder. >> might be a little -- >> you just dated me, i think right there. >> whats this tinder you speak of? >> but you got date number three in l.a. today and you're actually going to stop by the tinder headquarters when you're in town. what do you want to ask the founder? >> so i actually w w really wondering, idownloaded tinder plus which is really useful for this project because it lets you have multiple locations which obviously when i'm in new york and i need to look for someone in vegashat was so helpful. but i have to believe if you're ju the average person using it, surely that must be for the more casual hook-up you might say so iant to see what he thinks about that. >> i'll bet you do. it will be fascinating to he a chance to talk to him as you go on date number three. so you're living through this with two hatsgoing on the dates and alsoeporting on it. what are the big things you're learning here? >> so i'm actually one of those people like many i know that
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and at that age where everybody always reminds me it's incredibly important for a life partner you choose, so i'm curious, is my generation shifting into new type of relationship normm where i you're meeting someone online you have a better pererception of whohey are, is it going to change the statatistic of one in twtwo marriages e ending in divorce, it may not but it's something interesting that we're going to find out. >> yeah, that is interesting to think about. thank you very much, erica. ahead, safe travels to l.a. and all at home can follow her journey on our website andeigh in on #teninten on "gma." >> we want to give a big thank you to the disney rest and spa out there in hawa. right now we send it to michael for "deals & steals." >> all right, thank you, guys. we are now on the road to the big game, so this morning's "deals & stes," tory johnson is here, lots of fun ideas that will score aouchdown with your gameday guests. welcome?
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let's start a little over here and it starts down here, because when i think of g game day ihink of robin roberts in heruzzy slippers. i picked out puppies for you because like you're a giant puppy. >> woof, woof, woof >> happy feet, there's a huge variety to choose from, unisex, adults and kids. i mean come on. how fun are these? put your feet up on any game day normally starting at $28, these are all slashed inhalf. $14o 15 bucks for a pair of happy feet. >> the way my feet feel is worth it. i lov them? exactly. so if you want to be in the other room while everyone else is watching t game, spa day could be for you. so these are really fun products from my spa life. a variety of options to treat face, neck, hand, feet, big, big variety. singles and packets depending on if you want to invite other people into thehe party. >> super bowl parar and -- >> and a s s day all in one.
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range from $6 to $95 depending on how muc you choose. everything is slashed in half so really just starting at 3 bucks. >> 3 bucks. >> okay, so beer and game day, again, no matter what the sport, thesere so super from easy tiger so, lo, this says blah, blah, blah. i love these coaster, nice glass. big assortment from easy tiger. mix and match and add fun to the drinking. normally these rangerom $12 t to 84 depending on the set you choose. alsolashed in half, $6 to $42. okay, so now we're getting i into the food, the fun part. this is from t-fal. easy pro fryer. if you want to make at home wing, onion ring, chicken fingers, n matter what it is. >> regular french fries. >> absolutely. whatever it is y you want to do at home, this is the way to do it, nonstick, flattefree. slashed in half, 25 cks. >> 25 bucks?
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in the studio issrom the perfect bite company and this is all just like really beautif just bite-size foods. chicken dogs, chicken dogs. >> you have a party and saves you a lot of work. >> saves you so much work. big, big assortmenent t choose from and an amazing deal. depending on the item, seven different foods to choose from. these all rank from $38 too $52 and forhose you're getting before i iell you theeal price, 36 to 60 pieces for $18 to $26. >> so 50% of >> 50% off across the board. this is a really sweet e. they're all sweet. make any day game day. >> you madey breakfast right here. we got to say thank you, tory and thanks to all t these companies for providing these great deals. head to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to get the codes and links. now let's go outside to rob with a special guest. >> the uso. we've got u.s. military servicemen and women and uso troops, more on why they're here in a second.
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active wther pattern shaping up. a clipper coming down for sunday, monday, maybe a coastal storm with cold air in place for new england, on primary tuesday which is happening in new hampshire. so we'll watch that. rain and snow across parts of northwest today. snsnow levels about 3,3,000 feet. chilly acrose great lakes.20s and 30s. we have a light wind at less hour throughout dayplanner reveaeals we'll have temperatures rise near 40 degrees under increasing clouds today.we have a winter storm headed our way tomoow. with that, we'll have snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. >> this weather report is brought to you by ashley home store. were here celebrating with some servicemen and women on this special day for the armed services. the uso has a new campaign for their 75th anniversary, campaign to connect trying to get a million messages t support the americans serving overseas.
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#usoconnects, let's wish them all a happy anniversary. you are serviceman. haveve you seen the uso troops in action ye >> i he not had the chance to see them in action. >> here they are. tweet that hashtag out. lara, over to you. happy anniversary to you. >> happy anniversary to the uso. more super bowl fun. we are on the road to the big game, fansetting a chance to live their football dreams at the nfl experience. that's where our jesse i i in san francisco with a bebehind-theceneslook. we miss you. >> hey, what's up, lara? good morning from san francisco. you know, next to being on the field, this is the next best thing to playi in the super bowl. fans here going crazy over the interactive nfl experience here in san francisco and ang with our specialcorrespondent, marlo mosley, i g to check it a out with new england patriots superstar rob gronkowski. >> hi, hi, hi. >> for "good morning america," i'm marlo mosley. >> reporter: robin roberts couldn'tive enoughraise to our superstar kid correspondent
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>> she got it. >> our jobs are in jeopardy. she's good. >> reporter: so i knew i had to introduce myself now befor she takes my job. >> hello. >> my name is jesse, how are you? with a quick game plan w we were ready to meet the patriots great gronkowski. >> nice to meet you. >> this is marlo. >> this is marlo. >> taking in the number one experience for all nfl fans. >> i n ner been to an nfl experienen but i think it's great for the fans, i i gets wild rolling around with me. first gronk gave us the ultimate swag bag. i went, walked around, got some presents for you two using my visa. >> thehen a lesso in gronk's famous spike. takehe ball right here and, bam. that's how you do it. >> marlo gettingn the tough questions. >> jesse, what are you doing? ? i'm more of the, you ow, the silent type. i like to just -- i didn't get to the end zoneery muchch.
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>> first off i feel like you need the jersey on. >> you look faster already. >> a right. let's do this. ready? boom. touchdown. touchdown. and now do a little dance mo. need to go, bam. boom. >> after dominating we tried our luck on field goals. >> uh-oh. >> o >> oh. >> e ec il. >> ohoh >> so, grgrk, i hear you're pretty strong. do you want to arm wrestle? >> one, two, three, go. marlo is the winner. marlo is theinner. >> forgot to pack our kicking cleats but, of urse, the virtua 40-yard dash, another fan favorite at the experience all happening at the mosconeny center going on till sunday when the big day between the broncos and panthers and, of course, marlo will go to t thegameme not just that she will be on the
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which mak me very jealous. >> yeah. >> back to you in new york. >> incredibible. >> jess, we're jealous of that but your form was the best. even better than the gronk's in the kicking so you have that yeah, handsome too proving our theory once again. comoming up our super bowl fun is just getting started.
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"gma," r all right, just three days until the big game. let's go back out to jesse in san francisco. he is there now with espn's sagage steele and they have a big super bowl s sprise for a very special veteran. jesse and sage? >> that's right, amy. you know, sage has been following this remarkable partnership between the n and pat tillman foundation and, sane, played againstat tillman. didn't know him personally but always an honor becau we knew what he stood to are. >> after 9/11 he decided i'm done with football and i'm going to serve my country. his foundation sin he was tragically killed by friendly fire has de so much, specifically for marine corporal, a former m marine rporal who haseen it all over the past couple o years. >> what a hit. >> service learning and action. principles pat tillman lived by and in the 12 years since his death, more than 400 military veterans have benefited from those principles by receiving
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them psue their dreams after serving in the miliry. >> how are you? >> one of the many moved by tillman's story and legacy, adam vinatieri who spent yesterday at nfl experience with one of the scholarship winners. >> she's a superstar. i just met her and love he >> they told me i won the holarship and i was over the moon. >> reporter: reagan odhner enlisted right out of hh school looking for a way to rve and test her limbs. and she did just that during two dangerous tours in afghanistan. >> what would you say is the most rewarding part of your time in the service? >> i got t to teach the local governmemefficials about women's rights and it was extremely educational for me and i hope for them. >> reporter: two days after her service with the marines ended reagan enrolled at stanford. in the meantime,he's been battling unknown healtlt issues and thenas diagnosed with stage 2 hodgkin's lymphoma. >> i'm doing extremely well and i can obviously come outere and kick footballs.
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me some really good pointers so now i want to go practice, actually. >> whoo! >> excellent. >> yeah. >> reagan, by the way, turned 27 yesterday. happy birthday in remission. this means a lot to you. >> it sure does. i have family in the military, as ll. we just wanted to thank you so much for your service and everything that you've done for our country. on behalf of the nfl era points credit card issued by barclay card we wanted to make sure you had an opportunity to go to the superer bowl. >> oh, my gosh. >> enjoy the game. thank you veryuch for everything that you've done for us. >> that is amazing. reagan is going to super bowl 50. congratulations, that is absolutely awesome. 's going to b be sunday is going to be a day that reagan never forgets. let's go back to amy in new york. >> congratulations. well deserved. thank you, guys. [ applause ] >> that's great. >> hard to followw tt up but coming upeorge clooney revealing s srets behind the
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we'll be right back. george clooney, josh brolin, channing tatum lead an all-star cast in hayley hay. a new comedy froro the coe brothers and the movie like the interview you're about to see is packed w with laughs. watch nick watt try to keep the cast in line. >> oh, wait a second. >> reporter: is an ensemble cast that only the coen brothers could create or control. >> just made the x@a@a>> everybody, eyes on me. ready? at theeart of it george clooney playing a self-centered shallow movie starar. how much of a stretch is it t to play -- >> an idiot? >> you said it.. >> literally every time think call me. he we wrote this with you in mind a and then i read it and he's an idiot again. >> i would never do that. ah. >> shut up. >> josh brolin is a studio fixer in the tale from hollywood's golden age. >> action.
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>> this goes deep and you better watch yourselff here pal. >> reporter: the movie started as a clooney practical joke. >> every time i did an interview the interviewer would say what you're doing and i would say i'm doing "hail, caesar!" with the that. we've never w wtten the film. >> we were in an airport. >right. >> we were both trying to like awkwardly brag to each other. i n't know how to say itut i -- i actually just got a call from the coeoen brothers and we e re both trying to brag but it was the same movie. >> off there. >> they start to tell me oh, yeah, can you tap-dance. nope. >> can you wear a sailor suit. >> oh, yeah t that i can do >> he was wearing a sailor st at the airport that day. >> he's reliable. le the movie. my only complaint i wanted more jonah. >> i he a really, really small part. >> ittarted out a pretty big part. >> right and the more they actually got to work with me the
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incredibly small doses. i wandered into this hotel on vacation with my family and saw there was a bunch o cameras. >> i wonder if w can edi jonah out. relative newbi ehrenreich almost steals the show. these are four big kahunas around here. >> jonah i met in thee elevator on t way down here but everybody else -- >> we went to t t same high school. >> we did. >> did you really. > no, we didn't meet -- >> you wt to high school. >> i was home-schooled. he went to the high school at my house that my parents got. some called it an abductction. >> all right, alden, bring it back to sanity. >> you hope to work with people as high of a level as you possibly can and -- >> and when you can't -- >> when you can't, you settle. >> you know. >> you take what you can get. >> for "good morning america," nick watt, abc new los angeles. >> that's a fun group, isn't it? >> wow.
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>> "hail, caesar!" opens in >> "good morning america" is >> that's right.
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miniseries starting at 8 p.m. eastern right here on abc. >> that looks go. robin joins us le from san francisco tomorrow. have a great day, everyone.we've got a quick news update for you . lukas: nebraska state patrol has identified the man who died after a rollover accident yesterday near macy. authorities say 21-year old noah parker was thrown from his vehicle after it crashed tuesday morning on highway 75 just tside of macy. parker was alone in the vehicle. authorities are still investigating the cause. lukas:
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ricketts announced his appointment to the state's supreme court. judge max kelch will btaking over as the fourth judicial district judge in the cornhusker state. lukas: braska's unicameral is giving first round approval to a measure that would alllow cars to drive without front end license plates. senators voted 25 to 3 in favor of the bill. taht would allow cars to ive legally with only a rear license plate. ifhe bill were t to pass, it would instead allow motoriris to request a decal to plalace on thr driver'side windshield. that would cost motorists 100 dollars upon registering their vehicle. lukas let's check in with for the weher. matt: good morning siouxland. blizzard warnings blanket the area until early wednesday morning. the radar displays heavy snow dropping throughout much of siouxland. we've got visibilities being rapidly reduced and the wind is getting cranked up from the north and northeast t
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hour. temperatures are in the upper 20s and lower 30s. don't travel today unless it is absolutely necessary! the stormcast hd shows the evolution n of thesystem as we'll have heavy snowfall today - especially during t mornining. then this will transition over to more of a low
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