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morning, wow. the new england patriots shocking the atlanta falcons in overtime, pulling off the greatest comeback in super bowl history. that is the moment right there. tom brady winning his fifth record championship. fighting back. the white house is appealing after a court refuses to reinstate president trump's travel ban. the president is lashing out. his restrictions are now on hold. the fierce battle on a collision course with the supreme court. winter storm warning. the west coast hit hard again. states from california to colorado on alert for heavy rain and snow, as a new system forms over the middle of the country and it's moving east. and going gaga. the pop icon with a
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show-stopping halftime performance. a true drop-the-mic moment seen around the world. and we do say good morning on this monday, everybody. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm linsey davis in for diane. we begin, with of course, the most incredible super bowl ever as the new england patriots beat the atlanta falcons 34-28 in overtime. as soon as the game ended, fans took to the streets in boston. >> hard to see them there, but you can know what they were doing. waving patriots flags, chanting quarterback tom brady's name. the celebrations going well into the early morning hours. the pats going to cap off all of that celebration with a parade tomorrow in boston. but oh, what a night. and it did start with a moment that brought this country a rare moment of political unity you might say. former president george h.w. bush fresh out of the hospital getting a standing ovation. well deserved as he presided
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over the coin flip. from that moment, who knew the game would be one for the ages. >> he's in! patriots win the super bowl! >> reporter: the unbelievable ending to arguably the greatest super bowl of all time. the patriots pulling off an incredible comeback in the first super bowl to ever go into overtime, capping off what was an epic night in houston. game time, at least the falcons were ready. the atlanta defense getting to tom brady early and often, sacking the quarterback twice in the first quarter. a scoreless game going into the second when this fumble proved costly for the pats. matt ryan showing why he's the league mvp. he's good. that set up the game's first score and this touchdown run by devonta freeman. >> touchdown atlanta! >> reporter: same quarter, same patriots, another turnover. this one stings. robert alfred returning the interception 82 yards. the game now a blowout, 21-0. atlanta confident in the lead.
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team owner, arthur blank, dancing in the sky box. the second half, all patriots and one for the history books. this incredible catch by julian edelman from brady and the patriots with their first touchdown. and then another in the fourth. gisele is happy, yay. the game within reach for the pats and then with about a minute left, brady and the pats with another unbelievable touchdown. >> touchdown, james white! >> reporter: a two-point conversion tying the game at 28 apiece, forcing the overtime and in o.t. the patriots unstoppable, driving down the field to complete the spectacular comeback, returning from a 25-point deficit. amazing. >> patriots win the super bowl! >> the commissioner booed during the awkward trophy presentation, and brady, suspended four games this season because of deflate-gate -- >> we're bringing this sucker home!
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>> reporter: -- exacting revenge and soaking up victory. >> so excited at 39 years old bringing that sucker home, absolutely quote of the night. we've got much more from houston coming up including lady gaga's incredible halftime performance which was about the time that many patriots fans were giving up watching the game and seeing their team get crushed. they were actually not alone. >> president trump also left his super bowl party during the third quarter, although we have a sneaking suspicion he likely tuned back in. afterward he tweeted his congratulations on the amazing comeback. we'll get to more of that later but we want to get to that immigration battle between the president and the federal court system. >> the president is firing back at a federal judge in seattle for putting his temporary travel ban on hold. it comes as families from those targeted countries rush to the u.s. to see their loved ones before the window of opportunity closes. abc's stephanie ramos has the latest from washington. good morning, stephanie. >> linsey and kendis, good morning. it's another busy week for president trump. his cabinet nominees will go
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through confirmation hearings, but the big fight ahead is with this travel ban. >> reporter: emotional embraces across the country. tears of joy and perseverance. >> thank you guys. >> reporter: over the weekend, scenes like this played out at u.s. airports. this family of five, the father who worked alongside the u.s. military in iraq, now on american soil after several attempts to enter the country from iraq with approved visas in hand. >> this is my wife and this is my little daughter. i was denied the boarding flight to jfk. >> reporter: that was more than a week ago. they were stuck in iraq but now they're about to start a new life in america. after a federal judge seattle halts president trump's immigration order nationwide, trump releasing a flurry of tweets against the judge, posting, just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril. if something happens blame him and court system. people pouring in. bad.
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democrats pushing back. >> the president is not a dictator. the framers of our constitution wanted a strong congress for the very reason that most of these kinds of things should be done within the scope of lawmaking. >> reporter: trump's executive order which bans visitors from seven predominantly muslim countries is now in the hands of the ninth court of circuit appeals. the appeals court rejected the administration's plea for an emergency ruling that would have reinstated the executive order. but a three-judge panel is set to review the issue today. for now immigration agents are not enforcing the president's executive order on immigration, and no matter what, the ninth circuit court of appeals decides, the next step, the next stop could be the u.s. supreme court where a ninth seat is still empty. kendis, linsey, back to you. >> they have until 8:00 p.m. tonight to file their appeal. thank you. president trump is also
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drawing fire for his positive comments about vladimir putin. in a fox interview, the u.s. president says he respects the russian president and wants to work with him. >> i respect a lot of people, but that doesn't mean i'm going to get along with them. he's a leader of his country. i say it's better to get along with russia than not. and if russia helps us in the fight against isis which is a major fight and islamic terrorism all over the world, major fight, that's a good thing. will i get along with him, i have no idea. >> he's a killer though. putin's a killer. >> a lot of killers. got a lot of killers. you think our country's so innocent? >> even republicans are taking issue with that. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell calls putin, quote, a thug, and says there's no comparison between how russia and the u.s. conduct themselves. the president is weighing into the controversy about voter fraud, yet again standing by those false claims that 3 to 5 million illegal voters --
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illegal votes were cast last year. mr. trump says vice-president mike pence will lead the investigation heading a special commission. here at home the west coast is bracing for what's being called a high impact event. a major system is bringing as much as several feet of snow from the cascades and the sierras into the rockies with heavy rain from san francisco to los angeles. it's behind another storm system packing gusty winds across the plains and the midwest with the possibility of tornados. coming up right here, the unintended consequences from google's super bowl ad. plus budweiser is under fire for its commercial. why some are now calling for a boycott of the beer. we're going to tell you about the diehard patriots fan who left the stadium before that epic comeback. mom was diagnosed with alzheimer's at 58 years old. for me, it was heart-wrenching. bea: it takes a toll on everyone. i mean, it's a depressing disease to watch unfold before your eyes. you just don't see -- the person's soul is, like, gone. lisa: this disease just ravages a family.
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a second scare in just a week for this cheesecake factory in pasadena. a car crashed into the front windows after two vehicles collided in front of the building. no one was injured, but this of course comes after someone threw an explosive device into the same restaurant. again, no one was hurt in that incident. the suspect in the case on the loose. budweiser is facing a firestorm over its super bowl ad. the commercial shows the story of the beer's founder and his struggles as an immigrant from germany in the 1800s. this comes right in the middle of the heated debate over president trump's travel ban. many online are calling for a boycott, while others are defending the brand. google's super bowl commercial was maybe a little more effective than the company anticipated. the ad for its virtual home assistant known as google home often had someone saying -- the device saying, okay, google. apparently the commercial activated plenty of google devices across the country
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because it heard okay, google. at least we know the device actually works. and a close call, we should point out, for a family in iowa. a train went off the tracks and almost into their front yard. family members were sound asleep sunday morning when they heard a loud noise and then the whole house shook. no one was injured in that derailment. and then there was this scene in a texas town. a steer somehow managed to escape the butcher and led officers on a chase for two hours. finally, two cowboys on horses were able to rope the animal. the steer is getting a temporary reprieve. the butcher says the cow was too stressed which apparently makes the meat a little tough and bitter. >> literally made a run for the border at that taco bell on the left there. >> i don't blame him. when we come back, abreak in the story that made headlines across the country. a young jogger murdered. how police tracked down the suspect. and the young woman in a high school basketball team teaching us all a lesson. the incredible act of kindness inspiring so many this morning. of kindness
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some incredible video showing the moment the colima volcano in western mexico erupted. the time lapse video shows the volcano spewing smoke and ash almost two and a half miles into the air. and now for a look at your morning road conditions here at home, heavy snows in the intermountain zone in the northwest. roads will also see potential flooding in much of the south and midwest and up into the ohio valley. if you're flying, delays are possible in san francisco, los angeles and also memphis. to california now and in the mountains near los angeles five hikers suffered a treacherous fall, killing one of them and seriously injuring three others. >> the four men and one woman were hiking at a 7,000-foot elevation when they lost their footing and plinged 300 feet down the ice of this steep slope, down into an icy ravine. rescuers had to lower themselves
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from a helicopter. >> authorities say the hikers did not have the proper equipment for the icy conditions. dna has led to an arrest of a high profile murder of a new york city jogger. karina vetrano's body was found in a park not far from her home in queens. now authorities say a 20-year-old man has confessed. with more, here's mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: a long awaited break in the case of murdered new york city jogger just days after the six-month anniversary of her death. 20-year-old chanel lewis arrested and arraigned on second degree murder. >> the demon must get his justice and we will see to it. >> reporter: police saying lewis admitted he attacked the 30-year-old fitness enthusiast, punching her on the face and head before he allegedly sexually assaulted and strangled the victim around the neck. >> it appears to be a chance encounter. >> reporter: she disappeared shortly after 5:00 p.m. last august. surveillance video obtained from
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crime watch daily captured her jogging in a queens park just moments before the brutal attack. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. across the pond, authorities in northern england managed to catch a burglar in the act after he got himself stuck inside a window. police in manchester found him suspended 15 feet above the ground with his head stuck inside a second story bathroom window. it took crews 20 minutes to get him out. he was sentenced to two and a half years in prison. ouch. so most people are going to be talking about just one thing today. the incredible super bowl. >> here are our guys at espn with more highlights. >> good morning, america. john buccigross and john anderson. only one thing to talk about this monday morning, what happened sunday evening. >> america's game. super bowl li. patriots/falcons. atlanta jumped out to a cozy little 28-3 lead. that's right, they led by 25. and then here comes tom.
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gets them within 8. a 21-possession game and how do we get possession of that. julian edelman between three birds. that ball is tipped, kicked, almost dropped and we got our hands under it. the patriots going to put up 19 points in the fourth quarter to tie it. james white, handoff in for the touchdown. patriots would go to overtime. patriots win the toss and then we got a little toss to white and the patriots win the game. tom brady, bill belichick, fifth super bowl championship. white, three touchdowns, the two-point conversion, he scored 20. patriots win it 34-28 in the first ever overtime game in super bowl history. there's tommy, the greatest living american with the lombardi trophy. >> his fifth ring. your buy bart starr also had five championships. >> he did. >> bean pot? >> bean pot monday, college hockey. good morning. >> and this next one is my
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favorite story of the day. a joyous moment in an oklahoma gym friday night for a special needs student. lainy frederickson was called into the game at the last second and made the winning basket. the crowd erupts in celebration. >> the crowd goes crazy. even players and fans on the other team joined in on the appreciation. of course that video has gone viral. her reaction is priceless. >> look at that. up next in the pulse, the super fan who left the big game before seeing that epic comeback by his beloved patriots. >> i'm sure you know who he is. and alec baldwin making his return to "saturday night live" as president trump. why his performance is being overshadowed this morning. g. adowed this morning. the story on mountain coffee and fair trade, told in the time it takes to brew your cup. let's take a trip to la plata, colombia. this is boris calvo. that's pepe. boris doesn't just grow good coffee, boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm to grow even better coffee and invest in his community, which makes his neighbor, gustavo, happy.
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talk about lady gaga, blowing the roof off this nrg stadium there in houston. >> it was a giant, glittering, diverse dance party as she repelled from high above nrg stadium before launching into her seven-song set. ♪ i don't want to talk anymore ♪ stop telephoning me >> so during that halftime hour, there were more than 5 million tweets about lady gaga's performance. a lot of people talking about her repelling from the roof. that was pre-taped, that part. among them though tweeting, hillary clinton, i'm one of 100 million super bowl fans that just went gaga for the lady and her message to all of us. >> that was your jam apparently, too. i saw you there.
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"hidden figures" star taraji p. henson tweeted, that is how you make an entrance. lady gaga gives me life. we told you earlier that president trump left his super bowl party during the third quarter when it appeared atlanta would blow out the patriots. he wasn't the only patriots fan to bail out. >> actor mark wahlberg, huge pats fan, was at the stadium and there he is leaving before the patriots turned it around. the boston area native was there with his wife and sons. later he sent a message on instagram saying his youngest son wasn't feeling well and they had to leave, but he did leave early. >> there are reasons. >> there are reasons. the other big thing from this weekend, you may have noticed melissa mccarthy making an appearance during the super bowl in a commercial for kia. >> she also made a surprise appearance on "saturday night live" this weekend stealing the show as a combative white house press secretary. >> i know that myself and the press have gotten off to a rocky start. all right, all right, all right, all right.
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>> announcer: good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> were you up for the game? it is 4:30 on a monday, february 6th. here to get you through it. i'm natasha zouves. >> if you were up for the game and you're up with us now, we're all feeling the same thing. good morning. i'm reggie aqui. mike nicco, jessica castro and alexis smith probably went to sleep in the third quarter. >> yeah, i'm fresh. >> a little under the weather? >> a little bit. >> sorry to hear that. >> yeah, so put a barrier. >> we still love you. >> i'll back away from you guys. in all seriousness, good morning. here's a look at live doppler 7. you can see scattered showers out there. that's what it'll be for the better part of today. as we look at the roof camera, you can see, not too breezy, but
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we will be breezy with random showers, hit and miss, whatever you want to call it, throughout the 4:00 hour. 7:00, we'll be steadier. heavy rain tonight. here's alexis. taking a look at the roads, we have one current blocking issue in the santa cruz mountains. northbound 17 past the summit, a little collision blocking the left lane. not too much of a backup yet. we have wet pavement out there, though not much rain falling at the moment. we had a high wind advisory that lifted at 1:00 this morning. we'll look at the bay bridge commute in less than ten. the battle over president trump's travel and immigration ban is unfolding in san francisco. >> the 9th circuit court of appeals set to consider the moratorium. amy hollyfield is live outside of court this morning. >> good morning, reggie. three-judge panel in this courthouse at 7th and mission
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many san francisco is expected to hear arguments in this case. as of right now, the executive order placing a travel ban has been lifted. families were reunited over the weekend as a federal judge in seattle brought an end to the executive order that banned refugees and people from seven muslim majority countries. president trump expressed his displeasure in tweets over the weekend, calling him a so-called judge and saying if something bad happens, you'll need to blame the judge. california senator feinstein was vocal on the issue. >> the president is not a dictator. the framers of our constitution wanted a strong congress for the very reason that most of these kinds of things should be done within the scope of law making. >> as of now, immigration agents are not enforcing the ban. the justice department though has appealed that decision. that's what brings us here to san francisco, whe


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