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good morning, america. fired at fox. bill o'reilly out after 20 years. >> it is the end of an era here at the fox news channel. >> "the factor" aired overnight, but o'reilly's name removed from the title after the fallout from that scandal. we'll have o'reilly's response this morning. what will losing its biggest star mean for the cable news giant fox? the new showdown. the judge he targeted on the campaign trail. >> there's a hostility towards me by the judge. i believe he happens to be spanish which is fine. >> now back in the spotlight. a sign to that headline making case by that young man deported. plus why the supreme court could be heading for another major shakeup. passenger versus pilot. the angry fight caught on camera. a man shoving this american airlines pilot just moments after landing even following him out to his car.
what sparked the flight fight? ♪ i need some good news baby and, oh, baby. serena williams serving up some major news with this photo announcing she's pregnant. the secret she kept while winning a record-breaking grand slam. what will this mean for the superstar's future on the court? good morning, america. a lot of excitement for serena williams right there. >> a lot of excitement for her and she posted this photo on snapchat saying, 20 weeks. i think we all figured out what that was. >> she's engaged to the co-founder of reddit. so much to celebrate for serena williams and she was celebrating as we mentioned that historic grand slam when she was eight weeks pregnant and no one knew. >> that is just incredible. great day for them. not so much bill o'reilly. fired by fox news after a string of sexual harassment accusations
o'reilly got the news just after he met pope francis at the vatican that ended a more than 20-year run with the begin of fox news in 1996. "the o'reilly factor" has been a cash cow for fox news for 16 years but advertisers abandoned the show after reported settlements were paid to five women accusing him of inappropriate behavior. rebecca jarvis at fox news headquarters with all the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. executives here at fox you ins spent all day wednesday in back to back meetings deciding the fate of bill o'reilly, the network's top star. after a deep review and consultations with attorneys fox news deciding to terminate their biggest star. >> again, thanks for watching us tonight. >> reporter: overnight the show known for 20 years as "the o'reilly factor" hit the air with a new title, just "the factor." >> it is the end of an era here at the fox news channel. as we mentioned earlier bill o'reilly is leaving this chair
and this network after more than 20 years. >> reporter: just hours earlier 21st century fox announcing nearly three weeks after growing allegations surfaced about the star regarding sexual harassment and mistreatment that it is severing ties with o'reilly saying "after a thorough and careful review of the allegations, the company and bill o'reilly have agreed that bill o'reilly will not be returning to the fox news channel." >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> reporter: the murdoch family which runs fox news adding in an internal memo obtained by abc news, "this decision follows an extensive review done in collaboration with outside counsel." o'reilly who just hours before the announcement was photographed on vacation shaking hands with the pope releasing his own statement saying, "it is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims." civil war in congress, that is
the subject of this evening's talking points memo. >> reporter: for 16 years o'reilly's show was the number one program on cable news. bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars annually. but in the last few weeks at least 83 ad buyers dropped out. network executives reportedly worried that more accusers might come forward if o'reilly stayed on the air, making him a liability. >> they want their audience to know nothing's changing. bill has left the building, but nothing else is going to change. >> reporter: and for now, fox news has revamped its primetime lineup. tucker carson will take over o'rile easily's time slot and until then guest hosts will fill in. what we don't know is what bill o'reil o'reilly's severance might be. some speculating it could be in line with what roger ailes left with last summer in a similar case. that amount was $40 million.
george. >> a lot of payouts from fox. rebecca, thanks very much. we'll talk about it with our chief legal analyst dan abrams. reports that rupert murdoch was resisting this but in the end had no choice. >> remember, this isn't about those "the new york times" reports. this is about what came forward after that. i think they were in a spot where with the number of allegations with paul weiss investigating and with them handing this to 21st century fox and saying, here's what we've amassed, that they may have felt that they had no choice. now, remember, this isn't in a vacuum. >> they were losing business. >> but i don't believe it was about the advertisers. i really don't. do i think that was relevant? yes. do i think that was the ultimate reason this happened? no. i think that they had promised a changed culture in the wake of roger ailes. roger ailes was an even more seismic event in my view than bill o'reilly. he created fox news. he led fox news. he led the culture at fox news.
when roger ailes was ousted, it changed everything there. and i think that that ultimately led to what we've seen here and so you can't view bill o'reilly and just say, what happened to bill o'reilly? you have to view it in the what happened to bill o'reilly after roger ailes? >> getting rid of bill o'reilly doesn't end their legal vulnerability necessarily. >> remember, for sexual harassment claims, you have a three-year statute of limitations. anyone who believes he or she was harassed has to bring a lawsuit within three years. so i think that the vulnerability is going to be what limited there in terms of the time frame. but i think that this is more a pr issue. when i say pr it's also internal. you've got all the employees there. it's not just the people on the outside. it's not just the fans of the show. it's not just the activists. it is also the employees. >> real test for fox to see if they can survive without their star, their prime time lineup entirely changed. >> one thing fox has prided itself on, is not depending on one personality. it's the fox brand.
that we can lose someone. we can lose another person. we still got fox. well, now this is the ultimate test because bill o'reilly was fox news to a lot of people. and when you lose bill o'reilly, now you're going to test it but look, they have a new team in there and i think -- i think people who say fox is done, don't understand fox. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. all right, there are some other important stories we're following this morning. a potential bombshell in the supreme court. there is speculation justice anthony kennedy may be preparing to retire and that would mean another appointee for president trump. the trump administration is announcing they will review the iran nuclear deal. secretary of state rex tillerson talking tough, calling it a failure despite iran's compliance. and president trump is ready to host the italian prime minister all ahead of his first trip overseas as president. much more on that. first, let's get to the new twist in the immigration case making headlines. a 23-year-old d.r.e.a.m.er
deported and now we know the judge set to hear that case is the same one trump attacked on the campaign trail questioning his impartiality. because of his mexican heritage. our senior white house correspondent, cecilia vega, has that story. good morning, cecilia vega. >> reporter: good morning. you remember this was a major controversy from the campaign that found then-candidate trump under fire from even his own allies. the judge that trump said shouldn't preside over one of his cases because of his heritage is now presiding over another case involving the trump administration and immigration. this morning, the judge at the center of one of president trump's most controversial campaign moments is back in the spotlight. by complete coincidence judge gonzalo curiel will now preside over a controversy case involving the trump administration. a federal lawsuit brought by a d.r.e.a.m.er who was deported to mexico. then-candidate trump famously attacked the indiana born judge who presided over a trump
university suit calling him unfit to oversee the case because of his mexican heritage. >> this is a hostility toward me by the judge. tremendous hostility. beyond belief. i believe he happens to be spanish which is fine. he's hispanic which is fine. >> reporter: before curiel now a case involving juan manuel montez, a 23-year-old who illegally immigrated with his parents as a young child, a so-called d.r.e.a.m.er who under president obama received protected status from deportation. and president trump said under his new immigration rules d.r.e.a.m.ers would also be protected. >> they shouldn't be very worried. i do have a big heart. we'll take care of everybody. >> reporter: immigration officials pushing back saying montez had left the country making him eligible for deportation. now it's judge curiel who is in the middle. so, how did this case end up before this judge? well, in this southern california district court judges
are selected based on a rotating schedule. experts tell us this is basically a case, george, of legal roulette, a complete coincidence. >> okay. cecilia vega, thanks very much. we move onto secretary of state rex tillerson and his tough talk on iran. at a press conference he called the iran nuclear deal a failure. >> this deal represents the same failed approach of the past that brought us to the current imminent threat we face from north korea. >> our chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is here. this came hours after they certified iran was complying. >> exactly. tough talk, but they are not getting rid of the iran deal clearly, and this was the campaign that wanted to rip it up. wanted to start over, saying it's a terrible, terrible deal, and i think he'll see that in the coming months. they keep saying that, and try to see if iran is complying but i don't think it's going anywhere. >> the sanctions will remain lifted. meanwhile, the secretary of state's former ceo of exxonmobil looking for relief after
sanctions which were imposed after the invasion of ukraine. >> they want to start drilling in the black sea. rex tillerson recused himself from anything involving exxon but on the hill a little outrage. john mccain saying are they crazy? >> meantime, we have russian bombers again off the coast of alaska being intercepted by u.s. fighters. >> yeah, just back and forth and back and forth. first we thought this isn't a big deal. they haven't done it a couple of years but in this identification zone, and air defense identification zone, and they should identify their aircraft, but they didn't. they had to be intercepted by two f-22s on monday and then again awacs aircraft saying you have to identify yourself so a little provocation everywhere in the world. >> why would they do that? >> i think it's just to say, hey, we're here. we're still strong. we can come off the coast of alaska. >> martha raddatz, thanks very much. now to the report of that supreme court justice, anthony kennedy, may step down after 30 years on the bench. 80 years old, appointed by
ronald reagan, considered the court's pivotal swing vote and part of his legacy is the newest justice neil gorsuch one of his clerks and jonathan karl has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. predicting a supreme court vacancy is tricky business. justices tend to be extremely secretive about their plans until they announce them but we noticed quite a hint in a small iowa newspaper, "the muscatine journal." interviewed senator chuck grassley of iowa who said, i would expect a resignation by this summer. why is that significant? chuck grassley's committee would hold the hearings on the next nominee. if there is anybody that would know about such things it is chuck grassley and more than that, amy, this is consistent with what i have been hearing in conservative legal circles for weeks. that justice kennedy has been telling friends and colleagues
that he intends to retire this year. possibly after the current term of the supreme court is up on june 30th. >> all right, so let's talk about that potential confirmation process. the president considered gorsuch to be a shoo-in but they ended up with republicans resorting to the nuclear option, changing the rules to get him confirmed. how does that affect how another vacancy could be filled? >> reporter: the nuclear option has been exercised and the rules are changed so the next justice would require only 51 votes. they have 52 republicans. they have the votes to do it but replacing justice scalia with gorsuch didn't alter the balance. of power on the court. there are now four conservative, four liberals and right in the middle as the swing vote in many, many cases is justice kennedy. so that means replacing him with a solid conservative could significantly decisively alter the balance of power on the supreme court. i expect that the next confirmation battle will be a
much bigger more high-profile fight even with that nuclear option exercised. >> all right, jonathan karl, we appreciate it, thank you. michael. now to the investigation into former patriots star, aaron hernandez's death. his family is questioning reports from officials that hernandez killed himself in his cell. abc's eva pilgrim is outside the prison in shirley, mass. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, michael. this was a surprise to those who knew him. hernandez was in general population inside this prison in a cell by himself. authorities say there were no signs he would take his own life telling us, he was not on suicide watch. this morning, questions surround the death of former nfl superstar aaron hernandez. >> hernandez is back. >> something's not right. something doesn't add up. >> reporter: corrections officers finding the 27-year-old in his cell just after 3:00 wednesday morning, hanging from a bed sheet, tied to a window. the bible verse john 3:16 written across his forehead of the door barricaded from the inside.
prison officials calling his death a suicide but this morning some of those close to him aren't convinced including his cousin. >> he was in really good spirits so for this to happen, we were shocked. >> reporter: hernandez's former agent brian murphy releasing a statement saying, absolutely no chance he took his own life. chico was not a saint but my family and i loved him and he would never take his own life. >> the patriots are an incredible organization. >> reporter: his death happening the same day his former team visited the white house to mark their recent super bowl victory. but it was just last week hernandez was acquitted for the 2012 murder of two men. >> not guilty. >> reporter: emotional wiping away tears hearing the verdict blowing kisses to his daughter in court. hernandez, a star tight end who once had a $40 million contract, was serving a life sentence for the 2013 murder of his friend odin lloyd. >> guilty of murder in the first degree. >> reporter: a verdict he was in
the process of appealing. his lawyer calling for an investigation and saying, aaron was looking forward to an opportunity for a second chance to prove his innocence. now, authorities who are now investigating the circumstances of hernandez's death are looking at his recent time here in prison, any fights and any possible gang-related disputes he may have had. michael. >> all right, thank you, eva. just tragic all the way around. >> certainly is. we move on to an airport confrontation all caught on tape. a passenger, look at this, getting physical with an american airlines pilot after they de-planed, and abc's david kerley has more on the story and what exactly happened there. good morning, david. >> reporter: amy, another sign of the tension between some passengers and flight crews. this one as you mentioned after a flight, a physical altercation. walking through the kansas city airport, watch as a passenger shoves a pilot. it happened last week after a flight from dallas. you can see the passenger trying to get past the pilot holding a phone then the shove.
the pilot tripping backwards over his bag then heading outside where his wife was waiting and police intervened. the passenger identified as edward foster told police this started when the pilot apparently traveling in the cabin was, quote, taking up too much room on the aircraft and being disrespectful causing foster to follow him outside the secure area in an attempt to take a photo of the pilot's badge with the cell phone. the police report says foster's phone was knocked out of his hand when this happened. this just days after that video of a united airlines passenger being dragged from an aircraft to make room for a crew member on a flight leaving chicago. in the kansas city incident although the pilot walked away from the altercation police say he, quote, suffered lacerations to both legs and bruising to his forearm. now, the suspect was charged with intentionally inflicting injury and will be in court next month. facing the possibility of a fine
and up to six months in jail, guys. >> all right, david kerley, thanks so much. lots of tense moments in airports. people trying to get around. another tense moment that was caught on tape in southern california on the freeway. a man's car got wedged into the back of this truck and the driver, truck driver apparently had no idea and drove for four miles like this even with other drivers trying to get his attention. when he finally realized it, he pulled over and the driver of the car waving there, saying, please stop. >> oh, my god. >> appeared a little dazed. >> calm considering. >> pretty calm considering. good reminder, do not tailgate. >> yes. >> that is a very visual reminder. >> yes, absolutely. let's go to rob with severe weather moving into the midwest. >> we had hail across parts of kansas. 60-mile-an-hour winds from there all the way to michigan today. we'll get detroit back through texas and oklahoma by this evening, a bigger system coming in for tomorrow that would include dallas and oklahoma city for severe weather. for now your warm cities brought to you by carmax.
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from fox news and what it mean for the network under fire. mr. a dozen women have come forward with allegations against o'reilly, and former fox news chief, roger ailes, who stepped down amid controversy. since then the company has been promising change. abc's linsey davis is here with more on that, good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, amy. while change typically doesn't happen overnight the network which touts itself as being fair and balanced is sending a message that is loud and clear but now many are asking if there is a sexist culture at fox as many of the accusers allege. how deep will the cuts go to eliminate it? one by one they stood up against a media giant. women from in front of the camera like well-known anchors megyn kelly and gretchen carlson to guests on the show to women who work behind the scenes in production and payroll. >> it's time to come out of the shadows and let our voices be heard. >> reporter: together they are shaking up one of the most powerful networks in the world describing it as rife with sexual harassment and racial
discrimination. >> we are calling today for an independent investigation into the culture of sexual harassment at fox news. >> reporter: these accusers say it's a culture that comes from the top down. allegedly from former ceo roger ailes -- >> he tried to kiss me three times. so, i rejected that and when i rejected that he asked me when my contract was up. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. >> reporter: to its newly fallen top star, bill o'reilly, to female employees like former head of accounting, judith slater, all forced out under the weight of the allegations against them. despite o'reilly and ailes blanket denials of wrongdoing. the question now will this be enough to change the troubled culture at fox? >> we need a massive investigation, probably by an outside agency. no one believed they could come forward and use this so-called anonymous process to make a claim. so, they've got to start there. >> reporter: parent company 21st century fox has literally paid a
steep price for these allegations paying $20 million to settle carlson's suit against ailes. another $40 million to ailes himself after his ouster and a portion of the $13 million paid to settle five claims against bill o'reilly over the last 15 years. now, the justice department is investigating whether the network failed to inform shareholders about settlements made over sexual harassment allegations against ailes. >> he told me early in the dinner he thought i was a very beautiful woman. >> reporter: as for the woman whose case seemingly became the proverbial straw that broke the back of o'reilly's career at fox, she said, it was never about money, but came forward in the hopes of bringing about systemic change. >> i think it will have a positive effect at fox news. i'm sure we will see many people come forward and i hope that maybe i played a part in that. >> reporter: the lawyer who represented several accusers including gretchen carlson says she will continue to fight. she says that until fox gets rid of the executives who enabled
the harassment, the workplace will not be safe for women and now new reports this morning that more women are coming forward and joining the racial discrimination lawsuit against fox. amy. >> all right, linsey, thank you very much. attorney lisa bloom who represents several women accusing bill o'reilly of misconduct is here with us now. lisa, you're not surprised by what happened yesterday, the removing of bill o'reilly. >> no, i told wendy walsh months ago, if i come forward, i will stand with you. we will have a legal strategy. we will have a media strategy and we will take him down. because it's time. he's driven out too many women, not only out of fox news but out of the television industry entirely. simply because they opposed him on sexual harassment. >> bill o'reilly released a statement in part, saying, it is tremendously disheartening we part ways due to completely unfounded claims and completely deny the accusations and now reports he may be getting as big a payout of roger ailes upwards of $40 million. aren't those conflicting messages to women and men anywhere? >> he says they are unfounded,
but fox news did an investigation, and we participated behind the scenes and had every economic motivation to keep him yet they found the claims were good and well founded. >> all right. and then roger ailes, obviously, let go last year as we mentioned. fox news said they were working to maintain an atmosphere of culture and respect. are they making good on that promise? >> well, this is a very important first step. it's 13 years in the making since the first sexual harassment claim against o'reilly, but at least they are doing it now, and let's give them the credit for that. there's a lot more to be done, there are the enablers. there are the lieutenants of roger ailes and bill o'reilly, the people who covered up and silenced women for years. that all needs to go. they need to clean house and show us that they really do respect women. >> what do you make of these massive payouts? >> well, i think every woman gets to choose for herself what the right path is. i do a lot of sexual harassment cases. doing them for 30 years. some women want to take a confidential settlement and move on with their careers. i respect that. some women want to file a lawsuit, and some women like the
one i came out two days ago wants to file an anonymous internal complaint so it's up to each woman to decide what's best for them. my job is to empower women and help them decide what's best. i don't judge anyone. everybody who speaks out against sexual harassment is helping all the other women. >> do you expect to see more allegations come out in the next days and weeks against bill o'reilly and fox news in general. >> yes, my phone has been ringing off the hook the last couple of weeks. i represented all of the o'reilly accusers for free. none of the ones who i represented asked for a penny. >> do you think that made a big difference. >> yes, we've received a tidal wave of love online. i mean it's really been amazing, the support that we have received. yes. >> all right, lisa bloom, we appreciate your time this morning. thank you so much. lisa will be on "the view" later with one of her clients. bill o'reilly's latest sexual harassment accuser speaking publicly for the very first time again on "the view" later today. michael. all right, amy, coming up in two minutes serena williams, there's some baby news. we'll find out how she won the
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we are back now with that exciting baby news for serena williams. the tennis superstar revealing she's pregnant, posting this photo, but now there are big questions about what's next for one of the world's greatest athletes. t.j. holmes is here with more. hey, t.j. >> stra, stay with me. being pregnant, winning a grand slam title. now, i've never done either but i hear both can be challenging. apparently serena williams did them both at the same time earlier this year. that's right. she was about eight weeks pregnant when she won the australian open. >> reporter: game, set, baby for serena williams. the world's best tennis player posted this photo of herself on snapchat wednesday appearing to show off a baby bump with the caption, 20 weeks. but then just as the
congratulations starting pouring in from fans, fellow players and celebs she deleted the pic. her rep now confirms the pregnancy and says serena is expecting a baby in the fall. which means that back in january when she beat her sister venus to win the australian open and set the grand slam titles record she was approximately eight weeks pregnant. >> we've always said that serena williams is superwoman. that she literally is a superstar. and if this doesn't prove it, nothing does. >> reporter: the 35-year-old tennis superstar has been engaged to reddit co-founder alexis ohanian and posted this video of the two just last week. serena's rep says she'll definitely not return to tennis in 2017 but look forward to be back in 2018. >> she always bounces back. and she is going to come back in 2018 and the world tennis fans, people will be riveted to see how she can play and what she does next. >> get this, guys, because of
the way the rankings work she's number two in the world right now. she'll go back to number one on monday without ever picking up a racket so that's more good news, guys, because people are hearing how amazing it was she won the grand slam while pregnant a lot of comment online. someone said, every man should shut up about everything ever at this point now that she pulled this off. >> good universal advice. >> you got a better shot of winning that tennis title than the other one. i just want you to know that. joined by dr. jennifer ashton. we were talking about this. it just seems so amazing she's 20 weeks pregnant now. she won the australian open at 8 weeks pregnant but what was her body going through? >> first of all, as you remember at eight weeks of pregnancy, the fetus is about the size of a large raspberry. the uterus is eight weeks in size, eight centimeters. like you playing a football with a broken finger. she is an elite athlete. her body can do amazing things, say it with me, pregnancy is not a disease.
and if i hear one more story of people saying, a pregnant woman, she's so fragile. if pregnant women were that fragile the human race would have ceased to exist hundreds of years ago. >> good point. i will say this at eight weeks that's right when i started to feel my pregnancy, and started to get nauseated, and i felt pregnant. that was the line for me. but you mentioned she is an elite athlete. are there any unique concerns when you put your body through so much? >> no question. could she have been more fatigued, absolutely. could she have been a little nauseated, absolutely. we don't have a lot of great literature in obstetrics about elite athletes and their training during pregnancy, but what we do know is they can continue to behave and perform pretty much at their level pre-pregnant during most of their pregnancy, sport-specific of course. we don't want to see people skydiving or do things at high speed and general recommendations during pregnancy for both the elite athlete and
average woman are be active for an elite athlete, train to maintain. you won't train to build any more. she knows her body more than anyone. >> i'll be honest. i cried like a baby when i broke my finger. next year's australian open, she will be four months had a baby. four months later. will she have enough time to recover and play in a tournament? >> i think that's -- remains to be seen. it's an individual thing for most women and, you know, we have to remember we're talking about one of the most elite athletes in the world but every single day average women do incredible things at eight weeks, eight months and four months post partum, and that doesn't make national news so a shoutout to those women. >> thank you. george, i've never felt so small. cower over here like this. >> i'm with you. dr. ashton, okay. coming up on our big board, could your headphones be spying on you? we have a new parenting alert. the things to think about when kids are crossing the street. we're back in two minutes. nes be spying
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we are back with our big board and t.j. holmes. first up are you being spied on through your headphones? that's the charge in a new lawsuit against bose. becky worley here to explain and, becky, the claim is bose is tracking playlists and sharing data without asking? >> that's right, george. we're talking about bose wireless headphones like these. the ones that connect via bluetooth. if you have a pair of these and have also installed their bose connect app the legal complaint alleges everything you listen to is transmitted back to bose and could be sold to marketers. >> well, you know what, becky, some people wonder does it really matter if they know what you're listening to on your smartphone? >> well, i don't know. i think your playlist is you. the lawyer in this proposed class action lawsuit says podcasts can be used to identify people by their political leanings, sexuality, whether they're suffering from medical
that parenting alert about kids crossing the street. an important new study by researchers at the university of iowa are using virtual reality, whoo, to explain why kids are significantly more vulnerable to accidents while navigating traffic and, t.j., that's why you're here, man. what did this study show about crossing streets. >> if you have a child under the age of 14. not until 14 they start crossing the street like an adult would. let me give you results. 6-year-olds in the simulation were hit by cars 8% of the time. 8-year-olds were struck 6%. 12-year-olds were struck by cars 2% of the time. those seem like small numbers but huge and alarming to researchers. why does this happen? it found that the kids these ages can actually find the gaps, they know that it's time to go but they're delayed -- they'll delay crossing the street. the other thing is a matter of motor skills. play catch with a kid and throw the ball and it hits them in their chest and they close their hands.
the timing is off and puts them at risk. >> every time i cross my daughter does do that hesitation. how does that simulator work? >> this virtual reality technology that's everywhere, they didn't put the kids out in the street. the kid timing it out trying to figure it out and a lot race across the street and so this is what they did to them in this simulation. when we put adults in the simulation and, of course, adults know how to cross the street but kids were hesitant getting across there in we are all parents that fall into the 12 and under kid range. a little scary. what do parents out there need to know to keep them safe. >> find a safe route. walking anywhere to school, if it's longer, fine, there needs to be a safe route. don't have them cross any street anywhere cars don't stop. has to be a stop light or stop sign. don't have them crossing in continuous traffic. you might need to call your local representative. you might need to touch base with folks in your community to
ask them to say, hey, we need to set it up and have safe zones and have parents on duty. do not, the key, ever have them cross where there is continuous traffic? we talked about headphones. don't let them wear those when walking -- >> and looking at your phone. >> be careful out there, kids and, parent, look out for them. coming up, richard simmons is breaking his silence. plus, great "deals & steals" for $20 or less. you don't want to miss that. you don't want to miss that. you totaled your brand new car. nobody's hurt, but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. bill o'reilly fired by fox news after 20 years. the show airs with a new title "the factor" after the growing fallout from that sexual harassment scandal. his response this morning. new vacancy on the supreme court? is another justice about to step down? why there could soon be a rush to fill an empty seat. ♪ i need some good news breaking his silence. richard simmons speaking directly to his fans after three years of mystery. why he's saying now that when you need help, you can't be afraid to reach out and ask. his message for everyone. ♪ it's the final countdown and you'll flip for this. the most creative names in food facing off farmer's market style. one secret ingredient. two delicious dishes for dinner tonight.
and they're here to say. >> all: good morning, america. [ applause ] and good morning, america. happy thursday. very excited crowd here this morning. >> we have a big challenge ahead this morning. we are all participating to help you go home with two great dishes for dinner tonight. >> yes, and it's based on a new show from lara spencer. yes. and the show -- you know, i love "flea market flip." we binge that by the way. this is called "farmer's market flip" for the cooking channel and it's a little challenge. >> it is a little channel and chef jeff, jeff mahn is here with tayo and nisha. they're going to team up with jesse and michael and those two teams will have to scour our mini farmer's market for all that they can find to create a
delicious dish and there's a catch. they have to use a secret ingredient in that dish and chef jeff will reveal the secret ingredient right now. >> your flavor is bodacious corn. start shopping right now. >> later we'll have to ask what makes corn bodacious. that will be a secret quiz. >> they're already hard at work. here we go. the countdown is on. it's going to be going on all morning long. >> all right. the crowd is so excited. you got to bring it down because paula faris has the news. although i am excited to hear what bodacious corn is, looking forward to that. good morning, everybody. and there could soon be another shake-up at the supreme court. senator chuck grassley chairman of the senate judiciary committee has revealed that he expects one of the justices to retire as early as this summer. now, he did not mention any names, but speculation has been
building that 80-year-old justice anthony kennedy is preparing to step down. and the trump administration is taking aim at iran accusing the country of, quote, alarming provocations in the middle east. secretary of state rex tillerson says the administration is now reviewing the iran nuclear deal. he calls the deal a failed approach and says the iranians could pose the same threat as north korea. now, this morning iran's former president mahmoud ahmadinejad who is running for another term lashed out at president trump saying, trump has chosen the path of war in syria. meantime, new concern about chemical weapons in syria. israeli defense officials are claiming that bashar al assad has up to three tons of chemical weapons remaining in his stockpile. and there are new questions this morning about the timing of bill o'reilly's ouster from fox news. some media analysts say the growing o'reilly controversy was threatening to quash efforts by fox to take full ownership of a
european tv company, a deal regulators must approve and industry experts say advertisers who left fox news over the scandal would likely not have returned if new harassment allegations were made. as for o'reilly sources say he could walk away with up to $40 million. and "time" magazine naming the 100 most influential people, several politicians and business leaders making the list but singer john legend is gracing one of the five covers made for the special issue. the list which is not ranked also includes the likes of melinda gates, viola davis, former fox news anchor, gretchen carlson, gymnast simone biles and quarterback tom brady. the tribeca film festival getting under way in fork and jennifer hudson performing at a special concert to pay tribute to music mogul clive davis whose documentary premiered last night. and finally one team mascot going above and beyond at a college baseball game in florida.
take a look at this. the mascot named albert gator is shielding a young fan from a foul ball, take another look. he takes that hit directly in the snout. i think right between the eyes. but he did let us know that it hurt so the boy, look at this. the boy is going to spring into action performing cpr. of course, the gator had plenty of padding, everybody, in case you were concerned that albert was injured. lots of padding. he wasn't hurt, lara, maybe he just needed some bodacious corn. >> yes. >> it all comes back to the corn. >> this just in, we have breaking news, bodacious corn has very large kernels and it's extra sweet. >> good to know. [ applause ] a little extra in "pop news." >> "pop news" room. wait a minute. we have more "pop news." are you guys ready for it? [ cheers and applause ] is that how you do special reports? you always hold your hand over your ear? wait, what's that, okay, go. the white house briefing
room got a surprise visitor, the gronk dropping by to help sean spicer at the podium. take a little look. >> need some help? [ laughter ] >> i think i got this but thank you. >> are you sure? >> maybe. >> i'll let you go. >> all right, thanks, man, i'll see you in a minute. all right, that was cool. >> spicer playing it cool. that's his reactioto the unexpected assistant -- assist. well, the gronk inches away after his help was deemed unnecessary in a room full of reporters. the new england patriots tight end was at the white house with several other teammates there to celebrate their big super bowl win and obviously he got away from the group. he's a -- >> like a big kid. >> he is a big kid. >> a great guy. like a big kid. likes to have fun. >> that room needs some laughs. >> i think that room often needs laughs. >> thank you, gronk.
also in "pop news" this morning, a pyramid scheme to show just how quick some celebrities and friends of michael strahan really are or aren't. the cast for season two of "$100,000 pyramid" hosted by that guy, michael strahan. [ cheers and applause ] starts shooting this week. >> today. >> starts shooting this week. what a mix of celebs taking on the challenge. you got funny, "snl's" leslie jones and bobby moynihan and fierce with athletes, aaron rodgers, cam newton and nascar's kyle busch and you have family, your "gma" family, putting their egos on the line. jesse palmer, ali wentworth and me, lara spencer. [ cheers and applause ] only for you. no, i'm against kyle busch, so i feel i got this. just don't have any
nasc nascar-related questions. no, and i hope you've been practicing. jesse palmer told me he's been practicing. >> ali has been watching the show. >> there you go. i have to. our producer has been quizzing me daily. >> it's a lot of fun. >> none of us are competitive. that's the nice thing. but we're trying to help real people. our partners take home a massive prize. $100,000. also look for an 'nsync showdown joey fatone taking on lance bass and premieres june 11th on abc. >> excited. >> i didn't know ali was practicing. up against ali. she'd make me laugh and get distracted. then finally, if you have ever been to ikea you've likely used one of those giant blue recyclable bags to hold all the things you're buying that you don't really need. well, now you can have something else you don't need a haute couture version, the arena bag by balenciaga.
>> are you kidding me? >> all the rage. not exactly ikea prices. 99 cents they charge for that at ikea. this one is $2,100. >> ooh. >> it's getting a ton of comparisons and attention online and lots of comments as you might imagine. not the first time an everyday item has gone from real world to runway. la lens agatha's designer loves to do this and made a name for himself of a bernie sanders-inspired jacket. >> bernie sanders? >> yeah, remember that blazer jacket that was kind of purply. he did a haute couture version of that. a dhl deliveryman style shirt. he also did like a thousand dollar version of and also a very high-end version of juicy couture sweatsuit and that's just some of his -- >> he's on to something. >> or not. it's my job to let you know that's what's happening in fashion and in the world. and that's "pop news." >> great, thank you, lara. when we come back, richard
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welcome back to "gma." we are back now with fitness guru richard simmons breaking his silence saying he's not missing, he's just feeling a little under the weather and jesse palmer is here with details. good morning, jesse. >> good morning, michael. after being hospitalized for severe indigestion he took to facebook to thank fans for their concern. but the message may be raising as many questions as it is answers. >> reporter: after three years of mystery and big questions about where he is, fitness guru,
richard simmons, speaking out directly to his fans in an emotional facebook post. hello to everyone who has shown concern for me and sent their good wishes. you will never know how much it means to me. i'm not missing. just a little under the weather. i'm sure i will be feeling good and back home in a couple of days. simmons sharing this picture from 2014. >> he wanted to thank his fans to tell them that he -- their well wishes are really helping him, but he really wanted to assure people that he is doing okay. >> reporter: the 68-year-old has been out of the public eye for more than three years. on monday, he went to an undisclosed hospital in california after battling severe indigestion and discomfort while eating. his manager telling abc news we agreed it was best for him to seek treatment. he's already feeling better and expected to make a full recovery. new questions now after he shared this wednesday. when you need help you can't be afraid to reach out and ask for it. we all think we should always be able to solve our problems all by ourselves and sometimes it's just bigger than we are.
the lapd did do a welfare check back in march and all was well. "people" magazine telling us this is probably one of the first times since his 20s that richard simmons has been able to just take a break. michael. >> all right, thank you, jesse. for more we bring in media expert and former editor in chief of "people" magazine. larry hackett. [ applause ] welcome, larry. thank you, larry, for being here. and what do you make of richard simmons' facebook post? do you think this quiets down the rumors or adds to the mystery. >> i this i this adds to the mystery. people will be parsing this to figure out what it all means. is it just a message to his old fans or a hidden message of how he's doing and the fascinating thing about this all with this podcast and attention to a guy who was famous, people cannot get enough. i don't think people can get their head around the idea someone who was famous and sought attention just doesn't really want it. they can't understand that. >> he seems more popular. he signed a new marketing deal, merchandising deal so seems he must be preparing to come out. >> i think there's a combination
of people knowing him for 30 years and having a real interest in him and the tools of social media allowing him to sort of stay private and get all this attenti attention. these people have had podcasts claim to be his friends and maybe they are but making him more and more popular and the mystery will never end. >> you talk about the podcast. it opened him up to a generation who never -- who didn't know who he was. why do you think it's such a fascination? >> about the things their parents are fascinated by and i think it's always -- celebrity is the equivalent of your neighbor on the lawn. now you don't see him anymore. what is the matter with him? does his sister know what's going on? it's the equivalent like a mystery, it's like the kennedy assassination, don't get this wrong, mystery of what's going on and can we solve it, it's a mystery, let's see if we can figure out and real life one. >> and human nature to love a good mystery. >> absolutely. >> thank you, larry. >> especially one that doesn't end. >> especially one that doesn't end. stay right there, coming up next, "deals & steals" for $20 or less. the savings never end.
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join us for abc 7 mornings weekdays. [ applause ] and welcome back to "gma." what a great audience here today and look at our desk right here from "how to be a latin lover," salma hayek and eugenio derbez. you've been coaching us >> eugenio. >> we were practicing backstage. eugenio. >> it's not eugenio. it's eugenio. it sounds like you're going to throw up in the mid the of the name eugenio. [ laughter ] >> eugenio.
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adorable and very talented. >> oogl. e. . >> i'm just going to stand over here by myself. but did he surprise you and how great he was on set. >> oh, my gosh. >> he was amazing. and very smart and very professional and very, very funny. very funny. >> he was asking a lot of questions. you know, because the script says a lot of irreverent and had to explain every single -- >> like what? >> what's a virgin? >> what's a stripper. >> what's a stripper. >> i would say go to your parents. >> i said -- i told him, you know, your dad -- there's your dad. go ask him one then he told me what's a virgin?
it's an airline. >> you were not buying it. very good answer. [ applause ] >> salma, how would you describe, i don't think i did it justice. it's very clever. >> yes, the story is about this guy, maximo, who his dream is to not work. >> and be really rich. >> gigolo. >> yeah, kind of. >> what's a gigolo? [ laughter ] >> and so when he's young, he tries to look for women in advance age with a lot of money that he can just keep the money as they die and then he marries one, but she doesn't die, and 20 years later -- >> you got a lot of laughs out of that. >> 20 years later once he's relaxed into this luxury life and has a big belly and looks even worse than --
>> 80. >> she dumps him. >> we have a clip from the movie if you want to see. let's take a look. >> why haven't you ever visited just. >> i've been busy. >> doing what? you just said you didn't work. >> sarah. sarah, help. sarah. emergency. sarah. sarah. >> aaagh! >> i'm trying to go to sleep and the kid won't stop talking. >> you were talking too. >> to tell you to stop talking. >> that's still talking. >> enough! you almost gave me a heart attack. i thought we were being robbed. >> i was being robbed of my beauty sleep. [ laughter ] >> he cops to live with his sister and it's not good for my life. >> you guys are so funny that is so funny. i have a question. have you ever worked -- with your celebrity crush? i heard a little story about that. >> yes, this movie -- celebrity
crush is -- my celebrity crush was -- sorry, baby. >> it was not me. >> are you kidding me. >> my brother 30 years before we did this movie. >> so disappointed. >> i'm sorry. pierce brosnan. [ cheers and applause ] >> mine was raquel welch. here's salma's crush and mine was raquel welch and you know what was the worst thing ever? the day i met her, look at her. the day i met her i was wearing -- we were shooting the scene where i'm wearing a yellow speedo. >> not a good -- >> and i gained 20 something pounds. [ applause ] that's not the way to meet your crush, you know. >> the chest hair is more distracting than the speedo. >> i know.
and i was about to shoot and they said, raquel, no, please, let's not shoot the scene right now. i want to met her first and then we can shoot -- no, no, we are running out of time so i had to say hi, raquel. wearing that small speedo and the belly. >> no, the best part of the story after he got in the pool and didn't realize it was see through, the speedo. that was better. >> the rating went straight to r plus. [ applause ] >> you're a brave man. >> show business. >> that's what we have to do. >> but in this movie he's your brother. you let him sleep on your couch but in real life have you ever let your family come sleep on your couch? >> baby, i'm mexican. >> 20 of them. >> always 30 people in my house. you know. >> that's love. >> and that's love, exactly.
we're passionate. >> i saw rob lowe in the clip. what's his role in the movie? >> he's my best friend. he's another gigolo. and he's another gigolo trying to learn to how to be latin lover but he's so dating another old rich lady, another -- [ speaking a foreign language ] so, yeah, you should bring [ speaking a foreign language ] so they can learn how to get a young man. come on, let's give them the right of living their last days happily. >> generous. >> in other words, this is an actual movie for. [ speaking a foreign language ] not a comedy only. >> if you are a gigolo, you must have a pickup line. so i'm curious for both of you what is the best pickup line of all time you've heard? >> i have some. where so my camera?
let me tell you -- this is for you. people call me maximo. but you can call me tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's pretty good. >> well done. >> what about you, salma? >> you want the best one or the worst one? >> we want the worst. >> yes. yes. >> the worst sometimes can be the best. >> somebody screamed at me somewhere in the street. i want to be the meat of your taco -- inside your taco. it's not only -- it's not only disgusting, it's racist. >> well, we're going to wrap on that, guys. "how to be a latin lover" in select theaters april 27th nationwide. [ applause ]
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congratulations. worked out. where are you from? >> graham, north carolina. >> i love your accent too. great to have you on "gma." back up to you. >> we are here now with katherine heigl and she's -- [ applause ] >> plays an angry ex-wife in the new thriller "unforgettable" and upset her ex is getting remarried in this clip she confronts the other woman. take a look. >> this is really difficult for everyone but it doesn't have to actually be this hard. >> i'm not doing anything, julia. i am simply living my life with my family. if you're having a hard time i suggest you look in the mirror. >> no. i know exactly what it is that you are trying to do. and i am not going to let you put lilly in the middle of this anymore. >> are you threatening me? >> yes. >> ooh. >> ah. [ applause ] >> oh. that look, i saw the switch. >> yeah, yeah, yeah you. > went off the deep end in this -- >> just a smidge unhinged.
>> but you got to play somebody who was really evil in a -- was that fun for you because we've never seen you play that. >> it was fun. i know that sounds weird but there's a real freedom to someone who is not a people pleaser and not bending over backwards. all about tessa and what she wants. >> a severe look your character has and did you like that, as well. >> well, no, it's really uncomfortable. like i am right now, sit so straight when you're wearing tight dresses all the time and suck it in and hold your shoulders back and the hair was always me tickously groomed so at night it was like putting it back in a ponytail and putting my leggings on. [ laughter ] there's a big congratulations in toward. you just had a baby boy. >> i did. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> yeah. it's been a whirlwind year. >> what's been the toughest part about having a baby -- >> there's my fella.
>> nothing like a baby. i feel like i can smell him through the picture. what's the hardest thing about working and being on the road. >> right now it's spep complicated because the girls are in school so they're staying home but the baby needs me to eat, survive. so he comes with me and i feel this -- i mean i think with every mother it's this sort of perpetual mommy guilt like you're not nailing it and to mess up his schedule and travel because of me feels selfish but honestly i'm going to smack myself and get over that because i'm doing my very best so -- >>. you really are and that's all mothers can do. just do your best. [ applause ] and you have four kids at home. and your husband josh -- i heard he likes to embarrass the kids a little bit. how does he embarrass the kids. >> he plans it out. it's amazing. my niece lives with us a freshman in high school so he has to drive her -- we live in a
community community so the bus stop is a mile down the road. he has to drive her there every morning and gets up at 6:00 a.m. i have to give him so many props. he puts on my pink robe and drives her down to the bus stop and gets out of the car to wave her off in his pink robe. have a great day, maddie. she loves it. all her friends on the bus love it. >> i'm sure she's begging him to stay in the car. >> just begging him. >> we got a gift for him so he doesn't have to take your robe. we got him his own robe. >> oh, there you go. >> no idea how much he's going to love this. >> so, josh, you can have your own robe. >> i mean, had one is even cozier than mine, honey. >> congratulations on the baby and congratulations on this movie, as well. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> of course, the movie is " "unforgettable" out tomorrow. make sure you check out katherine heigl everybody. coming up we're going head-to-head with our farmer's
so excited. it's like a farmer's market in the studio all for our farmer's market flip. our own challenge. jesse and tay making a special dish with bodacious corn. that was our farmer's market challenge to hem celebrating a new show on cooking channel executive producer is me, i guess. >> you. >> i wasn't supposed to say that. i'm one of the executive purchases and it premieres tonight. here's a little sneak peek. >> $5,000 is on the line. >> whoo. >> ready? shop. >> we're on the clock? >> i don't even know what that
is but it looks awesome. >> fire in the kitchen. >> i thought you pulled the kale. >> you chef, you better finish up those dishes. two minutes. no pressure, no pressure at all. >> are you guys hungriy. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> so, basically it's -- i have a show called "flea market flip" and took the premise of that and brought it to my other favorite place, farmer's market. two creams of chef and jeff mahn is the host. and it's like being a kid in a candy store. it's inspiration. it's being a kid in a candy store running around and flavors and there's so much inspiration there. it's amazing. >> not a huge budget, not a lot of time and we really put these chefs to the test. >> oh, we threw them so much stuff. challenges from food ingredients to time limits. >> to burning bamboo steamers. >> our steamer into a smoker. >> and tasted good so we have our two bloggers that are
competing in our own farm fresh challenge. nisha is over here and tayo is over here. jesse and michael. >> i got to sample -- i got to stand right here. >> i got the champ right here. >> thank you, amy and paula taking one for the team. >> looks like they're ready. >> they'll be our judges. >> i know you have a food blog called dinner with tayo. you incorporate bodacious corn a large kerneled corn. very sweet. what was your dish from the farmer's market? >> today i made a cajun shrimp with corn salsa. spicy and sweet. >> jesse, how did you get involved. >> i'm just here to taste it because i love food. i love his idea with the bodacious corn, guys, because that sweetness will give something new to the salsa and very seasonal as well. summer is right around the corner. you got the grilled shrimp. it's going to be delicious. >> i love the quesadilla.
any particular cheese you recommend doing. kids love these in he didn't do the quesadilla. that's the losing team. >> that's the other team. >> sorry. sorry. >> you have to try out the shrimp. she has to try out the shrimp. >> eat the best thing last. that's what you always do. best last. >> what do you think before the shrimp. >> fantastic. spicy, sweet, perfection. now, nisha. quesadilla good for kids and when you add in corn. >> i made barbecue chicken quesadillas and threw in grilled corn which adds smokiness and sweetness. >> it looks like there's -- >> cheese. >> caramelized onions and -- >> sweet. >> crushed red peppers. >> mix that up right there. >> i love that. >> i want to sneak in there. >> jesse, you stand over there as eye candy. i'm elbow deep in this food. >> as soon as michael touches that food, that's bad for the
dish. >> nisha has a blog called honey, what's cooking and we know what's cooking right now. i'll head over to our taster's table right now. and you guys are going to talk. and we want to know really quickly, this is it. on the show the winning team wins $5,000. our winning team will win $250 gift certificate from williams-sonoma. and the winner is -- >> totally, absolutely. >> go, go. >> tayo and jesse. >> tayo and jesse. tayo and jesse. number one, we want to thank jeff. $250 gift certificate for them. the show premieres tonight on
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