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24 hours after forcing out the homeland security secretary. and now news that even more heads may roll at a department so crucial to our nation's safety. rescues overnight from dangerous flooding out west. a possible cyclone brewing, about to pummel the central u.s., and the states facing blizzard warnings this morning. terror suspect takedown. a 28-year-old inspired by isis accused of plotting a mass terror attack with a stolen u-haul. how officials caught him just in time. wendy williams setting the record straight about recent headlines, and this photo. what she's now saying about substance abuse and life inside that sober house. felicity huffman breaking her silence. now pleading guilty in that college admissions cheating scandal. her apology as the prosecutor tells the judge "the desperate housewives" star needs to go to jail. what a game, what a story for uva, complete redemption. >> what a difference a year
makes. last year, the first and only number one seed to get knocked out in the first round of the tournament, this year the champs. take a look at the celebrations in charlottesville. >> they're celebrating the thrilling game and it went into overtime when virginia overpowered texas tech, pulling away at the end with a solid win, and t.j. holmes was there for it all. he joins us now from minneapolis. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning to you guys from the virginia team hotel. not sure how much sleep they got here at the hotel last night. who needs to sleep, guys, when your dreams come true before you even get into bed? the headline this morning is that virginia won the first championship in school history in an overtime classic, but that only scratches the surface of this story. we just witnessed last night one of the most unbelievable and an all-time sports comeback story. >> and virginia with the all-time turnaround title. >> reporter: the virginia cavaliers have pulled off a
redemption story for the ages, winning the national championship in an overtime thriller. just one year after the humiliation of being the first one seed to ever lose in the first round to a 16 seed, the cavaliers had to outlast a determined texas tech to claim the title. >> you need to go through what you went through last year to get here? >> yeah, absolutely. we said it all year, if you use adversity right, it will buy you a ticket to a place you couldn't have gone any other way. >> reporter: the game was a nail-biter. >> texas tech. >> reporter: going into overtime. but virginia eventually sealed an 85-77 victory to become which champions for the first time in school history. >> it goes from stunned in charlotte to redeemed in minneapolis. >> reporter: the team was stunned by last year's loss. players even received death
threats. kyle guy named most outstanding player, has spoken publicly the past year about his mental health struggles. you guys got death threats. you have been open about going through anxiety. you're standing here as a champion and the most outstanding player of this tournament. >> i'm so joyous and happy right now. at this moment in time, i'm anxiety free, and i'm so ecstatic right now. >> reporter: last year's loss served as motivation. >> it makes it so much more worth it. >> reporter: and overnight, the city of charlottesville erupted to celebrate their cavaliers. >> we just stayed disciplined. we do the little things and, you know, we're built for this. we knew the will to win wasn't enough. we had to do everything possible to win. we left it all out on the court. >> reporter: and remember that loss in the tournament last year is no doubt considered one of the most embarrassing upsets in college basketball history. to go through the year they have gone through, having to hear all that ridicule and to be back in the spot and win it all is truly unbelievable, and on the other side, of course, texas tech, not a lot of people picked them to
be in the game, and guys in tears, he said, i told them i love them. i told them i want to be in their lives when their kids are born, when they have their weddings and also want to be there to tell them not to go into coaching because of the stress of how this feels. >> great advice, but uva made up for last year's big loss. >> they sure did. >> they sure did. >> thank you, t.j. we move onto washington now, and the new shakeup at the white house. less than 24 hours after forcing out the secretary of home land security, president trump has pushed out the head of secret services, and jon karl is tracking it all. >> reporter: good morning, george. it looks like an all-out purge of the leadership ranks of the department of homeland security with the secretary gone, the director of the secret service gone, and possibly more on the way out. there is so much uncertainty at the department of the homeland security right now that ousted secretary kirstjen nielsen who said she was quitting immediately on sunday now said she will stick around for a few more days, but she made that
announcement at home. >> i share the president's goal of securing the border. other than that i'm going to do what i can in the next few days. >> reporter: nielsen heading out, the president also pushed aside the secret service director, randolph alles, with no reason given. the move came as a surprise. alles hastily writing a letter to agency employees claiming he wasn't fired, but was, quote, told weeks ago by the administration that transition in leadership should be expected across the department of homeland security. and there are still more firings expected. at least two more senior officials at the department of homeland security expected to go in the coming days. this after the departure of fema director brock long in february. the president's surprise announcement friday that he wanted his choice to head the immigration and customs enforcement agency to step aside. >> we want to go in a tougher direction.
>> reporter: the president is looking to go in a tougher direction, a federal judge in california has now blocked one of his tougher policies saying, a ruling that the united states can no longer force asylum seekers to wait on the mexican side of the border while their cases are being heard in the u.s. jon, when you look across the administration now, the number of officials serving without confirmation is stunning. >> reporter: it is stunning, george. take a look at this graphic, george. i count at least ten major positions within the trump administration that now do not have permanent leadership with temporary or acting leaders, and there does not seem to be much of a rush to put in permanent replacements. in fact, the president himself has said that he likes having acting heads of agencies. he appears to believe it gives him more flexibility. >> jon, thanks. as jon mentioned, the department of homeland security hit hardest by the latest moves. take a look at this. ten of the top positions at the department including the head of disaster assistance, immigration
and the border all vacant right now drawing sharp reaction. i want to bring in our senior congressional correspondent mary bruce. even the president's allies are speaking out on this. >> reporter: republicans are clearly alarmed by this chaos at dhs, and we are hearing from even some of the president's top allies. they are warning the president to not fire more top officials and saying the white house needs to be clear in what it wants to do on immigration. senator chuck grassley, the senior senate republican is making this personal plea, warning the white house not to fire the director of citizenship and immigration, and there is clearly no love lost from chairman grassley when it comes to steven miller, the white house adviser who is thought to be pushing many of these changes. grassley saying i think it would be hard for miller to demonstrate he has accomplished anything for the president. >> you are on capitol hill where william barr is expected to testify today. he's going to get tough questions today on the mueller report. >> reporter: the attorney
general facing questions about the mueller report. the chair woman addressing this issue accusing the attorney general of cherry picking the mueller report to draw conclusions favorable to the president. she said the four-page summary is more suspicious than impressive. democrats have questions about how the attorney general came to his conclusions. they want to ask about the report that the mueller team is frustrated with the attorney general for reportedly miss characterizing their george? >> mary bruce. thank you very much. >> robin? there are new developments in the security scare at mar-a-lago. the woman lying her way past two security checkpoints on monday. victor oquendo is there with the latest, and there were startling discoveries in her hotel room.
>> reporter: good morning. those details laid out in court are alarming. yujing zhang, when prosecutors searched her hotel room, they found a device used to detect hidden cameras, nine thumb drives, five simm cards and u.s. currency. she was arrested after telling security officials at the private club she was there to go to the swimming pool. investigators charged her with lying to secret service and entering a restricted space and claimed they found a thumb drive with malware. a secret service agent testified that when he plugged that device into his computer, it tried to install files. zhang's attorney says she made no direct misrepresentation at the club, and she's due back in court next week. robin? >> so many questions. thank you. michael? now to that wild spring weather. severe storms hit the southeast overnight, and now that new storm is taking shape in the
west and could turn into a spring blizzard. ginger tracking it all this morning. >> that's right. >> good morning, ginger. >> april and blizzard. those words are coming together for us this week, but we begin with the look at alabama. this was ef-1 tornado damage they had from yesterday morning. that blew through, and now we have more severe storms possible today during the day. florence, south carolina, fayetteville, north carolina, wilmington, down to augusta, georgia all in the severe form forecast area. let me bring you to the west coast though because this is the storm we're tracking now that has been flooding much of oregon. they're letting water out of the dams in some of the regions, faster than they did in 1996 which was a historic flood event for them, and the storm will make its way through the rockies, wrap up quickly, and people are talking about bomb cyclone. that means 24 drop in 24 hours. even if it doesn't make that level, we're talking 6 to 18 inches of snow. george, that comes with 30 to 55
mile per hour winds. >> thank you very much. to the alarming measles outbreak. 78 new cases just last week. the cdc has tracked 465 cases in 19 states so far this year. that's nearly a record. doctors warn that people with the virus can sparead it before they know they're in fepfectein. most of those sickened have not been vaccinated. health officials here in new york threatening to fine or close schools if they allow unvaccinated students to attend class. experts say the mmr vaccine is 99% effective. now to the takedown. a 28-year-old accused of plotting a mass murder outside of washington, and he was caught just in time. he's making his first court appearance today. chief justice correspondent pierre thomas is in washington with those details for us. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: robin, good morning. he's been charged with interstate transport of a stolen vehicle, but authorities say he has admitted to so much more of having chilling murderous intentions. my sources say it was the closest of calls where a van was
the weapon of choice. the deadly plan according to federal prosecutors, to use this stolen u haul van top commit mass murder. the target, the national harbor in maryland. the tourist area with restaurants and a ferris wheel, a place where families go. authorities catching the would-be terrorist in the nick of time. hours perhaps even minutes before he was set to plow his vehicle through a crowd full of people. >> this was not simply a person in a stolen vehicle, but posed a greater threat. >> reporter: according to the criminal complaint, 28-year-old rondell henry from maryland was inspired by isis, and apparently modelled his would-be suicide mission after the nice, france massacre in which an attacker used a cargo truck slaughtering 86 people and injuring hundreds more. i was just going to keep driving and driving and driving, henry allegedly told investigators. i wasn't going to stop. henry fueled he told authorities, by hatred for disbelievers.
police caught up with henry on the grounds of the national harbor the morning after he allegedly scouted the location. the fbi said he had hidden in a nearby boat overnight after parking the stolen van. apparently waiting for more people. henry is due in court this afternoon for a detention hearing where authorities will argue that he's an urgent threat and cannot be released. henry, authorities say, had no escape plan, intending to die while killing others for his cause. george? >> thank goodness they caught him. thank you very much. overseas, we're learning more about the deadly roadside bombing in afghanistan that killed four americans. this morning, mike pompeo condemning the attack. james longman has the latest. good morning, james. >> reporter: actually george we're now learning that three u.s. service members died. that makes it the deadliest attack on american forces in afghanistan this year. we understand a suicide bomber detonated a vehicle packed with explosives. it hit their convoy on a road
near bagram air base which is near kabul. three more u.s. service personnel were evacuated for treatment, and the taliban is claiming responsibility even as they continue talks with the u.s. on a peace deal. secretary of state mike pompeo overnight was tweeting, no cowardly act of terror will impede our efforts to achieve peace. this means seven service members have been killed in afghanistan this year. the administration is keen to bring home as many of the 14,000 or so u.s. troops that are stationed there as soon as possible, but ensuring a political future for a country ravaged by 17 years of war, that takes time. michael? >> oir our thoughts are with those families who are suffering right now. and now the race to find those kidnappers who held that american woman and her tour guide hostage in uganda as she prepares to finally head home. there are questions this morning about whether the kidnappers were paid the ransom, and who paid it. ian pannell is in uganda with the latest. good morning, ian. >> reporter: good morning. that's right, michael.
there is now an intense hunt now tabing place on both sides of this border now making progress, with you arrests now made. this morning ugandan police telling abc news they arrested eight suspects last night for the kidnapping of american tourist kimberly sue endicott and her guide now spreading across two countries. kimberly sue expected to head home after five days in the jungle. she and her driver abducted at gun point on a safari in uganda. >> the victim who had been held captive together with her guide, jean-paul mirenge, were released because first of all of the implicit threat of the use of force. >> reporter: president trump now weighing in, urging uganda to find the kidnappers of the american tourist and guide before people will feel safe in
going there. bring them to justice openly and quickly. she is a small business owner in california. one of her friends praying for her safe release for the last week, and when she heard the news she was free -- >> oh, god, i burst into tears. i'm still a little bit emotional about it because, you know, you just don't know -- when you hear kidnapping and you hear foreign country, you automatically go to that dark place. you think the worst. >> reporter: questions now about the ransom that was paid to get them out. uganda and american policy is don't encourage kidnappers. it's not just president trump tweeting. the president of uganda going online to encourage tourists that uganda is safe. that's why these arrests are so important, to bring tourists back to the country. guys? >> okay, ian. thanks very much. also this morning, prosecutors now calling for jail
time for felicity huffman as she pleads guilty in that college admission scandal. all the details ahead. and tv host wendy williams is trying to set the record straight after recent headlines over this photo. and the doctor at the center of that viral video on a united flight. he's speaking out for the first time. now to ginger who will remind us of anything but spring. >> yesterday, nearly 80 degrees in new york city. don't know if you noticed that, but just about 380 miles north of us, this was happening. new hampshire, that is snow flying for them. we have to look at what eventually could become a historic storm. the national weather service in minneapolis saying that in minnesota, parts of north dakota, we're talking about a foot, even up to two feet of april snow coming. it's coming mid week through the end of the week. yep, it's happening. your local weather in 30 seconds. first though, the tuesday trivia sponsored by amazon echo.
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>> that's a good video. that is ahead. first, the top headlines we're following right now. the virginia cavaliers waking up national champions after an incredible showdown last night beating texas tech in overtime redeeming themselves after losing in the first round last year. congrats again to them. and attorney general william barr will be on capitol hill appearing before law makers for the first time since robert mueller filed his russia report. barr has faced criticism of his four-page summary of the nearly 400-page document. and the auburn gymnast war eagle. the terrible accident on the mat we can't even show you that ended her career. samantha cerio posting on instagram, i couldn't be prouder of the person gymnastics has made it. it may not have ended the way i had planned, but nothing goes as planned. she also thanked her team for, quote, letting me be a part of something bigger than myself. >> showing a lot of spirit right there. we'll turn now to the latest on the college admissions
cheating scandal. felicity huffman has apologized and taken responsibility as she and 13 others appeared in court. will the parents get prison time? linsey davis here with that. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning. prison time is definitely on the table. the charge carries a maximum 20-year prison sentence, but that being said in huffman's plea agreement, the prosecutor said they will recommend the low end of the sentencing guideline range which is four to ten months, and huffman says she's ready to accept the consequences of her actions. "desperate housewives" star felicity huffman one of the 14 defendants on monday who agreed to plead guilty to using bribery and mail fraud to get their children admitted into selective schools. in statement, the 56-year-old broke her silence about the ordeal saying, i want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into college and to their parents who make tremendous sacrifices to support their children and do so honestly. i'm in full acceptance of my
guilt and with deep regret and shame over what i have done, i accept full responsibility for my actions and will accept the consequences that stem from those actions. her husband, actor william h. macy who has not been charged seen here in los angeles monday. >> how's felicity doing? >> thanks for asking, but i can't tell you about that. >> i notice that she plead guilty today. how is she holding up? >> reporter: huffman has been mostly reclusive throughout the scandal. only recently photographed out with her younger daughter, georgia. it's older daughter sofia huffman admits she betrayed, paying $15,000 to have an s.a.t. proctor correct the answers on her exam giving her a 400-point increase on the exam. >> a generous amount will make sure our kids beat her out. >> how generous? >> $15,000. >> reporter: she writes, my daughter knew absolutely nothing about my actions. this transgression to her and
the public i will carry for the rest of my life. my desire to help my daughter is no excuse to break the law or engage in dishonesty. last wednesday, huffman appeared before a federal judge in boston along with actress lori loughlin whose name is noticeably absent from the list of 13 parents and one coach who admitted their guilt on monday. loughlin and her husband are accused of shelling out $500,000 in bribes to help get their daughters into usc. they have yet to enter a plea. for those who have not yet entered a plea, april 11th looms large. that's the deadline for the grand jury to hand out additional charges. we're told those who enter guilty prior to that date will not face additional charges. george? >> linsey, thanks very much. let's bring in dan abrams on this. it's clear the plea deal is the path to least resistance. >> right, but the facts are different for each case. you're going to have people who were involved in $500,000 up to
$6 million who may say, look. the potential prison time is really significant here. >> it's a sliding scale depending on what you pay. >> exactly. people forget the amount of money is critical here. the reason felicity huffman is in much less trouble than lori loughlin is because it was $500,000 versus $15,000. felicity huffman will be able to argue that she should get no jail time. now whether she succeeds in that, we'll see. prosecutors will ask for time. the key argument, and it's interesting, will be, is it more or less than $15,000? under the federal sentencing guidelines, if it's $15,000 to $4,000, the guidelines would indicate based on the facts that it is four to ten months. if it's less than $15,000, zero to six. >> some people say wrong is wrong. why does it matter the amount? >> that's what fraud is, right? when you are talking about the crime of fraud in assessing -- there's no question she's guilty. she's going to get some sort of punishment. whether that punishment involves time behind bars is assessed as in every other case, when you
are talking about fraud by the amount of the fraud. >> could that indicate why lori loughlin has not pled guilty? $500,000 is a lot of prison time. maybe she feels she has to fight. >> i think that may be right. i mean, look. we'll see what happens with her and her husband, but when you are talking about that amount of money, the game is totally different. >> wow. >> that's why i'm not surprised to see felicity huffman in court now, and the prosecutor in the agreement leaving open her ability to argue that she should be considered below that $15,000 point and therefore argue she should get no time. >> if there is no time, does that lend itself to the argument of privilege which is what this is about in the first place? >> there would certainly be that argument. i would respond by saying i'm talking about the federal sentencing guidelines which apply to anybody based on these amounts and that prosecutors in a typical case of wire fraud would say if it's under $15,000
probably no prison time. >> especially a first. >> you don't want to be one of these defendants in this case. there is definitely a message that people want to send. >> mm-hmm. >> dan, thanks very much. we'll move on now to wendy williams returning to her talk show after taking the week off and responding to reports saying, she's frail, blaming what she calls a stigma around substance abuse. paula faris is here with that. good morning, paula. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. wendy williams says one of the great things about having your own talk show is being able to defend yourself from rumors. on monday, she did just that slamming reports calling her frail and thin. [ applause ] wendy williams is firing back after this photo made rounds online showing her at a walmart riding a motorized scooter alongside headlines using words like frail and lonely. >> the headline was poor, lonely wendy needs a hug. then it said, she looked frail. you know i have the graves disease. there's pressure behind my eyes. i have a disease.
>> reporter: the 54-year-old says the photo was taken while she was spending the weekend with friends who she met through her time living in a sober house. they were camping near a small town in new york. >> at 4:00 in the morning, i'm sitting on the scooter. there were a lot of scooters and the staff let me and my girls use the scooters because there was nobody there. it was 4:00 in the morning. do you want me to wear a ball gown? >> reporter: she then offered up some different photos. >> this is the rest of my trip. show the first one. the next one i mean. yep. then i stepped out of my comfort zone and had this picture taken right here. show the last one. thank you blogs. do i look frail to you? >> reporter: remember it was just last month that wendy opened up about her struggles with substance abuse. she says the people she's living with in the sober house have prestigious careers and degrees and they want to check themselves, and get on with their 12-step program. she's claiming she's spending a lot of time with her husband and
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we're back now with that abc news exclusive. the doctor at the center of that shocking airplane incident now speaking out about it for the first time. he sat down with amy and he says that changed his life? >> it certainly did. dr. david dao who is from vietnam had no idea that video went viral at first and he said he doesn't remember being taken off the plane, only waking up in the hospital with no idea he had become a national headline. >> reporter: it was the horrifying viral moment seen around the world. >> oh my god. >> reporter: two years ago, dr. david dao, forcibly removed from an oversold united airlines flight after refusing to give up his seat to make room for united employees. today, dao speaking publicly about the incident for the first time.
>> have you watched the video? >> later on. >> what's that like to watch? >> i just cried. >> you can hear you screaming in pain. >> i don't know. i just cried. >> reporter: dao suffered a concussion, broken nose and two missing teeth. he says he was heading home to open a free clinic for veterans when the aviation security officers first approached him. do you remember how quickly things escalated? >> i think very fast. i think very quick. >> were you expecting it to get physical at any point? >> no. no. not at all. >> i know your daughter spoke out at a press conference. >> what happened to my dad should have never happened to any human being regardless of the circumstance. >> what was that like as a father to see her standing up for you and talking about what happened? >> i just cry. >> yeah. >> later on, i watch tv and i just cry. >> reporter: united ceo, oscar munoz sparking further uproar when he called dao disruptive
and belligerent to employees. he appeared on "gma" to apologize. >> this kind of behavior will never happen again on a united airlines flight. >> reporter: three weeks later dao reached an undisclosed settlement with the airline. he had become the source of national headlines. his personal life under a microscope including a once temporarily suspended medical license. how did you handle that attention? >> you get to the point where you have to hide. >> could you go to work or leave the house? >> no. i stay for months. months in house. >> reporter: now retired, dao says his faith and charity work helped him through all the unwanted attention and today he can see the good that came from the experience. >> well, the most important thing is the accident turned out the positive way. now the business is willing to change policy. >> you forgive them? >> yeah. >> what would you say to the men
who pulled you off the plane if they were sitting here? >> i'm not angry with them. they had a job to do, and they do it. if they don't, they may lose their job. i'm not angry with them. that's their job. >> reporter: now we reached out to united. the airline sent us a statement saying, in part, flight 3411 was a defining moment for united airlines. it's our responsibility to make sure we as a company continue to learn from that experience. i asked dr. dao if he would do it all over again or change things, and he said, things happened the way they were supposed to happen and the change that occurred was worth it. although it was a traumatic experience, he wouldn't change anything. >> now he's devoted his life to charity work? >> he has. he has. helping veterans. he said veterans plucked him out of the sea from vietnam, and it's his duty to give back. >> great cause. thank you, amy. coming up, we have our "play of the day."
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soccer superstar abby wambach for women to embrace their inner courage, call out each other's wins, and the road to vary every day of your life. it's almost time f fofor for "endgame." we're sitting down with the superheroes. the six core avengers revealing to the cameras. what's been the best part about being apart of the marvel yuf s universe, how they stay together, and how chris hemsworth pranked his cast mates. winter is almost here. what would your favorite stars on "game of thrones" tell their first season characters from brawn to bran, sansa to arya, all ahead as they say -- >> good morning, america. and good morning, eamerica. hope you're well this tuesday
morning. >> and there is a lot of excitement about the "avengers." chris hemsworth giving a whole new look to the movie poster, saying he's giving them a new, fresh look. >> need a little mustache help. first, news to get to. we'll get to the thrilling overtime win for virginia overpowering texas tech in an unforgettable showdown taking home their first ever championship, and we'll go back to t.j. holmes in minneapolis who is there for it all. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning from the virginia team hotel where the headline certainly is the virginia cavaliers won the first championship in school history in an overtime classic. that only scratches the surface of this story. we just witnessed one of the most unbelievable and all-time sports comeback stories in history. >> and virginia with the all-time turnaround title. >> reporter: the virginia cavaliers have pulled off a redemption story for the ages, winning the national
championship in an overtime thriller. just one year after the humiliation of being the first one seed to ever lose in the first round to a 16th seed, the cavaliers had to outlast a determined texas tech to claim the title. >> ydid you need to go through what you went through last year to get here? >> we say if you buse adversity right, it will buy you a ticket to a place you couldn't get any other way. >> reporter: they sealed an 85-77 victory to become championshi champions for the first time in school history, and overnight, the city of charlottesville erupted to celebrate their cavaliers. now you have to keep in mind here that that loss last year in the first round is considered one of the most embarrassing upset in the history of college basketball. so these kids have had to deal with the ridicule and the jokes. they had to hear all year, and the questions and to come back
the very next year and win it all, we just really witnessed something special, guys. >> says a lot about their character. >> thanks to t.j. for that. more now on the alarming measles spike. 78 new cases just diagnosed last week. it was wiped almost 20 years ago, and now the outbreak is growing. erielle reshef with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you guys. the numbers are staggering. the cdc tracking 465 cases in 19 states so far this year. that's nearly a record. that surge in cases, part of a series of outbreaks from coast to coast. the cdc says the anti-vaccination movement is sharpening the increase. most people sickened have not been vaccinated. doctors warn the measles is so contagious people can spread it before they even know they're infected. it can be transmitted up to four days before and four days after that classic rash appears. you may not even know it. the mmr vaccine is 97% effective
and takes roughly two weeks to start working. the outbreak so troubling that health officials are worried certain schools could be closed or face fines if they allow students who are unvaccinated to attend. >> so dangerous. thank you very much. you had a big family celebration over the weekend. >> we gathered to celebrate sally ann who was inducted into the louisiana mississippi ap broadcasters and media editors hall of fame. she was the face new orleans woke up to for more than 40 years. she reported on some of the area's toughest times like hurricane katrina which destroyed her home as well. she was the best in finding good news. the president of wwltv said, when you hear the name sally ann, it represents all that is good about mornings in new orleans and southeast louisiana. we are all so proud of her. when my dear mother and father were still living because my sisters, they could watch her and they could watch me.
the remote got a workout on morning tv like that, but she is just -- just her gratitude and her humbleness and she of course, ended her speech in song as she always does. >> lovely. >> fantastic. >> congratulations. louisiana and mississippi. >> can't contain her. coming up, dr. ashton is here with the new guidelines for breast cancer screenings. and sobber player abby wambach is here live. why she wants you to help you find your wolfpack and help you succeed. and lara is upstairs. dr. ian smith is with us today. he's got a great new book. simple and healthy plan to drop weight and get fit in 30 days. it's all about clean eating, and getting lean. looking forward to that, and by the way, great audience. [ cheers and applause ] happy tuesday. we'll be right back on "gma." we can go down this waterfall, honey. what do you think? ♪
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i love it. the show has been around 25. i have only been there 12, and i'm in the hall of fame. i'll take it. it was great. spending a lot of time with the guys. good excuse for us to get together, but for a great reason, and the guys really deserve it. terry, howie and jimmy have been there from the beginning and they have the guys that put this show together when there was nothing but an empty stude grow and they had so many months to put a show out, and it was a fantastic show to be apart of. >> teamwork markes the dream work. [ applause ] go team. let's do it. so we're going to begin with the guy we love. ryan reynolds, exploring some new territory. the "deadpool" actor trying his hand at producing a game show for abc, everybody. so happy to hear that. it's called "don't," described
as a comedic game show for families. they have to work together on mental and physical tasks with one rule. don't do something. don't laugh, don't slip, don't scream. you get the gist. ryan saying in a press release, all my life, the word don't has tortured me. from don't curse to don't play ball in the house. i cannot wait for my personal trauma to become the next great abc family show. [ applause ] very excited to see that. from the guy who pla plays "deadpool," to chris hemsworth, throwing his hat in the ring to play james bond. what do you think? i like that idea. announcing he would not do another bond movie after this next one, daniel craig, and rumors swirled over the franchise, and we talked about
it quite a bit here. all the actors' names that have been mentioned have shot it down except chris hemsworth. he makes no bones about it, and he said he would love to do it. it was suggested to him after he played a suave race car driver in the 2013 movie," rush." producers haven't said who will replace daniel craig at oo 7, but chris hemsworth wouldn't be the first australian. >> who? >> who? >> george lazenby. he quit after just one movie. >> okay. >> you learn something new every day. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. and eddie murphy fans can't wait for this sequel to come to america which will team eddie back up with james earl jones. >> yes. [ applause ] >> 30 years after the original and this morning, we can confirm pre-production has officially
begun. you never know, but there you go. oscar-winning costume designer ruthie carter saying, good morning, my neighbors. "coming to america" with prince akeem, semmi and oscar. i was, like, who plays oscar? it was the oscar -- she of course, took home the academy award for her work on "black panther." "coming to america" is hitting theaters on august 7, 2020. and finally welcome to the jungle should be playing right now because that's what this new york city subway car looked like a couple of days ago right here in new york city. a woman posting this video, barely able to believe what she was seeing. that man you see there loaded not one, not two, but five full-sized trees -- yeah. there's more there waiting.
i don't know how he got the conductor to hold the train. >> the turnstile? >> carried them downstairs. we live in new york. you have to go down underground. the passengers seemed amused, but the subway authorities not so much. they saw the post, the video and they commented, simply, this is not allowed. >> it happens. it happens. >> not encouraged by us, but thank you for the video. that's "pop news." >> thank you, lara. [ applause ] now to our "gma" cover story. we have two major medical headlines following for you this morning. we'll bring in dr. jen ashton here, one about a possible lymphoma vaccine showing promise, and breast cancer screening guidelines. let's start with that first one right there because of the base about how often. >> controversy continues. this one isn't about what age to start, but as you said, how often, and these guidelines come
from the college of physicians. they are for average risk women. that is the important word, a. -- they state that starting at age 50, you could be screened every other year. how does this differ from other organizations? others say every year or every other year. american cancer society says every year starting at age 45. again, this is just going to muddy the waters. women are going to be talking about this at my office today and other respective offices. >> so confusing. you will talk about it when you see your patients. what's the key here? >> the key is the word average. 80% of women diagnosed with breast cancer were considered at average risk before they were diagnosed. so that is a problem. the other thing is that mammograms since 1990 have shown they reduce the risk of breast cancer by 40%. it's the best we have right now. so what are the risks?
cost to the health care system, false positives. you know this well. it might show something that's not cancer that then might generate biopsies, but again, there is just -- there is not even consensus and agreement amongst organizations. this should be patient/physician centered decision-making and it should be individual. >> what do you say to people what's the harm in having a test? >> there are always harms, and risk versus benefit. there is cost and pain, potential risks involved there. begin, you have to weigh pros and cons. >> yes, you do. the other big headline. very vaccine for lymphoma? >> this is generating a lot of buzz in the world of oncology. this is experimental, but a one-two punch for a vaccine, not to prevent cancer, but prime the immune system and launches it on a seek and destroy mission
against that tumor. it is also the before and after. it it's pretty impressive, and it's in trials also for breast, head and neck cancer as well. keeping an eye on it. >> very promising. dr. jen ashton will be answering your questions on facebook live. go over there. over to ginger. your "gma" moment now. let's go to indiana, and i want you all to grab tissues now because this little girl is meeting her little brother for the first time. >> oh, no. precious. >> congratulations. >> that makes me want to cry. >> okay. i'll be back. >> she is so overwhelmed with joy. that is brody from ft. wayne and seeing her little brother, alistair for the first time. such an emotional moment, but she's just old enough to really get it i think, and it really hit her. thank you so much for sharing that with us. we love a
it's going to be a little breezy today and cooler than yesterday. i'm going an entire week without forecasting rain. temperatures in the mid to upper 60s today and tonight will be back into the 40s for lows, even a 39 at lakeport. temperatures a l l l l l l l l l [ applause ] we are just five days away from the big "game of thrones" premiere, and our resident expert superfan, amy, got a chance to sit down with the stars and you asked them, what about their younger characters? >> it wasn't a chance, but an opportunity. instead of "game of thrones," you could call this the game of throwbacks. i asked the cast what they would say as michael just said, to
their first season characters, and some of their answers will definitely entertain you ♪ tell me what you would say to your first season character. >> oh, she's so adorable. >> to the character? >> that was, like, ten pounds ago. >> baby fat on your face. >> maybe. 35, still a baby. >> ten years younger you. what would you say to your -- >> wow. >> you stay strong. be a good little girl. mommy loves you. mommy loves you. >> oh. >> you little bran. >> you shouldn't have. >> what would you say to your character, your season one character? >> yeah. don't try and kiss her. >> oh, god. what was that? >> it was a compliment. for a change. >> this is brienne?
>> yeah. you don't need to drink all those protein shakes. muscle can be built just with food. >> wow. i peaked at 14. >> you say that every time. >> you can't really tell. >> that's acting. >> sorry about that. >> try it some time. enjoy it while it lasts. >> there you go. >> enjoy the hand while you have it, right? >> you're going to make it, buddy. >> not everybody does. >> what would you say to her? >> oh, don't be afraid of the horsey. it's okay. >> you think right at this moment you're about to get fired. >> just killed on the show. >> just fired. >> like, this horse is going to jump off that cliff and i have to present that i'm all wise, but i was -- myself. things are going to get all tough for you. >> stop looking at the world through rose-tinted colors.
strive to be yourself throughout all of this. [ applause ] >> i have to say, you know -- >> that's fun. >> you know when you love a show and you're hoping the cast is as awesome as you think they are, this cast exceeded my expectations. they were so fun, so down to earth, so self-dep rating. i lo of the show even more if that's possible. >> when does it come on again? >> maybe it comes on sunday. check your local listings. we have all got a countdown clock on it. >> i know you do. lara. from one great cast to another. after 21 movies, paula faris is back with more of her interview with the cast, and this is a tight knit group. >> imagine going to work every day with your best friends. like we do here, right? they can finish one another's sentences and they often do as robert downey jr. told me.
they sought each other out when there was no call sheet. >> there were no surprises, but i was hoping to pull off one last one. >> reporter: it's the trailer that nearly broke the internet. >> i keep telling everybody they should move on. some do, but not us. >> reporter: "avengers: endgame" becoming the most anticipated film of all-time. >> we owe this to everyone who is not in this room. >> reporter: we sat down with the core six avengers and learned they are as close off screen as on. is it true that y'all have "avengers: endgame" tattoos? >> wow. >> except for yahoo over here. >> he doesn't get tattoos. >> not even a henna tattoo. >> i have a problem with needles, okay? >> you guys are -- you can honestly see that you genuinely love one another. >> good acting. >> it's good acting. >> what's up, guys?
fooled them all. >> it's this cast right here. that's been birthed from the marvel universe is my friendship with these jokers. beautiful. >> it's been this kind of i would say, some sort of landmark in our lives for the past decade, give or take, but that it's just -- i don't know. it's that comforting thing you know is kind of always there that you can lean back on. >> it's kind of what you measure other films against. >> you're comparing everything to this film. >> the second the movie ends to the second we see each other for press. >> do you have a name for the thread? >> we haven't named it. >> i would call it h.r. nightmare. [ applause ] >> oh, i love them. so it might be the endgame, but it is not the end of the superheroes of course. just the end of phase three. they're beginning phase four, and the movie is out friday, april 26th. i may or may want be taking my kids out of school for it. >> i don't blame you. >> it's an experience.
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good morning, north bay. good morning, it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui for abc 7 mornings. eric swalwell is running for the democratic nomination. last night he was in a town hall meeting. he said ending gun violence is a top priority. he will return for a rally on sunday at dublin high school. the backup we see every day now, so westbound 580 on the approach to the toll plaza, about a 30-minute delay. all of that due to that
watch out for the bridges. it gets rather stiff in the late morning hours. temperatures will stay in the 50s, [ cheers and applause ] good job. back here on "gma," you know our next guest as a world cup and olympic champion, activisactivist, "new york times" best-selling author, and she has written a new book called "wolfpack." it's about encouraging women to unleash their power. please welcome abby wambach. [ cheers and applause ] >> good to see you. >> look at this. >> ain't no little red.
>> ain't no little red. henry, did you get her kicks? those will hurt you. >> i know. >> nicely done there. >> thank you. >> so good to see you. this all started. it's a brilliant, beautiful, powerful little book. it started with your commencement address last year, and it went wildly viral and i want to play a little bit of it. here it is. >> demand seats for women, people of color and marginalized people. call out each other's wins. claim the success of one woman as the collective success for all women. >> thank you. [ applause ] thank you for that. thank you for that. were you surprised by the reaction? >> i mean, look. i feel like especially last may, we live in a political climate with a lot of issues, a climate with actual issues, you know, we
have to start creating solutions to these problems, and this was, like, my attempt, and the beautiful thing is, like, that speech got turned into, like, this beautiful book that i'm so proud of, and, you know, my team and my publishers, i just -- i'm so excited the world gets to see it now. >> i am too. it's eight basic rules and the central theme here is for women not to be little red riding hood, but to be the wolf. >> yes. >> tell us what you mean by that. >> flipping the fairy tale on its head. little girls and boys are given messages when we're young and growing up of what it means to be a girl and a boy, and little red riding hood is one of those very common fairy tales we all hear, and for me, the most success that i have ever gotten is only when i venture off the path and took risks. so for me if i could tell my younger self anything, it would be, abby, you were never little
riding hood. you were always the wolf. [ applause ] >> i have to be honest with you. there was one that i was, like, huh, and i want you to explain this. you said, gratefulness can hold back women. >> yeah. >> what do you mean by that? >> i found myself on stage with kobe bryant and peyton manning. it was a beautiful moment and they were giving us this icon award and i felt this overwhelming sense of gratitude, and when we turned to walk off stage, i realized we were walking into very different retirements and anger started to bubble up towards the top because the only emotion that women oftentimes are allowed to feel is this idea of gratitude. so i try to tell women, you know, you can be grateful. both things can be true at the same time. you can be grateful and also demand what you want. so for me, that moment kind of led me down the path of figuring out what it was i wanted to do for the rest of my life. it's fight for equality, and not just in my sport, but for women
everywhere in every industry. >> this book is not just -- [ applause ] it's not just for women, this book. men as well. >> yeah. i make a point at the beginning of the book -- it's the note to the reader. it's one of the most important parts of this book and it's an invitation for men to be apart of this process and to be apart of this book. women for centuries have had to find themselves inside the work that has been written by men, and what better way to teach your daughters, to teach your sons about what it means to be a woman, than by reading content that's been created for women by women and also this is an invitation for men to step into understanding what women have been going through for time memori memorial. got a fan club here. >> you have a cheering section back there or what? >> my wife is back there, and her -- my team. [ applause ]
>> they are cheering you on back there. but talk about -- talk about -- for women who say, you know, we were blessed to be apart of a sports team, and the wonderful attributes that we learned, but you don't necessarily have to be on a sports team to understand the wolfpack meantality. how do you teach that? >> i was able to learn it because of the women's national team and this beautiful ecosystem. they were still learned skills. they were things that i witnessed and i saw other people do and try to impart that into my life. in creating your own wolfpack, i mean, listen. i have to work out by myself now, and, you know, it's harder when you are alone, to go out and also, like, i hate running. every single step. i do, but i have to do it. it's part of the process, and for me, like, it made me realize, like, i have to create my own -- my own wolfpack to make those kind of things that are essential in life, to feel less like suffering, right? that's why i wrote this book, so
that women everywhere have a place to go, something to look at, a playbook to carry with them throughout their day, and to give them the invitation to create the wolfpack, that i know i needed to be successful. >> you can do it in your church. you can do it in the pta. >> yes. >> there are several ways of doing it. >> it's not just the soccer players or just the athletes. >> soccer players, suing for gender equality. [ applause ] thought they were just -- discrimination. what do you say to your team members? >> here's the deal. the big argument that i hear about the women's national team lawsuit is that the men's team brings in more women -- more money. more money than the women's team, and at the end of the day, that's why the men's team should make more money. the truth is in 2015, the women's team brought in $6.6 million, and the men's team brought in only $2 million. so enough there. [ applause ] and that's just evidence that it's just a discrimination case,
and i want to back my teammates. i want to be able to say the things that i can say for them because i know it's different when you are inside it and you're a little bit worried about making the team and getting to the world cup. i'm proud of them, and they're pushing the game forward and they're pushing women and the experience of women everywhere. >> victory can be a victory for all of us. all right, abby. >> yes. yes. [ applause ] >> "wolfpack," it is a beautiful -- i'm so incredibly proud of. "wolfpack" is out now, and you can read an excerpt on our can read an excerpt on our we california phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones, - (phone ringing) - big button, and volume-enhanced phones. get details on this state program. call or visit
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welcome back to "gma," and you know our next guest from "stranger things" and now he's ruling the underworld in hellboy. please welcome david harbour. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what's up, david? good to see you, man. >> i'm good. how are you, man? >> i'm good. >> that was fun. >> that was intimidating. >> i have never gotten to do that before. you have gotten to do that. you have never gotten to break through a banner of your face?
>> just through the teeth. right out there. you're playing hellboy. >> yes. >> he's really the good guy. he's kind of the -- how do you say it? is he more fun to play than the average run of the mill superhero? he is from hell. >> yeah, and he's meant -- i mean, his genetic destiny is to bring about the end of the universe, you know what i mean? but he wants to be a good guy. so i kind of love that -- that paradox, right? it's like i'm built to do the worst thing in the world, but i'm just going to try daily to, you know, be a good guy. >> to fight against that. >> fight against that, and fight against my nature in a weird way. it's an interesting contest. >> but you see the makeup process -- i heard it takes, like, three hours, and not only that, but i heard you get a nice little nap in with some snoring when it's all going on. >> really? snoring happening? somebody's revealing that? >> yeah. >> it's three hours in the morning, right?
so you go to work at, like, 6:30 a.m., and we start maybe call time. so that means i'm in the chair at 3:00 a.m. which means you're getting out of bed at 2:30 which is not a reasonable hour for a human being to be waking up. >> i agree. >> yeah, and so when i start your day at 3:00 a.m., and you'll wrap at, you know, whatever, 8:00 or 9:00 or something, and you get a solid five hours of sleep, it's going to wear on you after awhile. >> the snoring is coming. >> the snoring is coming. i would put on headphones and lay back and they do this thing where the mask takes the most time and they would have about four or five team just like little ants all over my face. >> put you to sleep. >> it's, like, a beautiful, you know, beautiful little facial. you wake up with the worst skin tone ever though. the worst chemical peel ever. >> i tell you what. we have a beautiful clip. >> oh, nice. >> of you in the movie. here's mr. harbour.
>> i'll bury him 16 feet under the earth. just to make it proper. >> you have become unholy, a creature of darkness. >> a creature of darkness beyond salvation. >> you're different. you always have been. >> if my face could talk, it would disagree with you. [ applause ] >> and you star opposite mila djokovic. does she help you stay in character? >> yes. she's lovely. i mean, she's a lovely human being, but she has just been doing this so long, and she's really smart. so i get a little nutty. i mean, i'm a half demon, so, you know, you have to go to a place of a little crazy, and so i would have these days where i would just, you know, you're hanging out with people on the set and i would just sort of drift into my crazy place, and we had a real nice connection where she would sort of see me go there and just kind of gather
everybody up and go, david needs a little alone time and she would just take everyone away. >> oh, nice. >> it's a nice little, like, connection. she's very, like, motherly if you are, like, a demon, you know? >> i tell you what. we cannot wait to see you in "hellboy," and "stranger things" also coming back. excited about that, and you can see david in "hellboy." it's in theaters this friday. make sure you go out and check him out. over to you now, ginger. all right, michael. thank you. i hope you got your selfie because in california where the bloom was super, it's over. this one is just popping in lancaster, california. by the way, yesterday in the 80s, temperature in phoenix, 97. that was their warmest since last september, and yes it's good morning, i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. a little cooler this afternoon but no threat of rain. total sunshine. a little breezy
all right, george. >> the newest candidate for the white house. overnight, eric swalwell just 38 became the 18th democrat to enter the race, and when we spoke earlier this morning, i began by asking him what sets him apart from this big pack. >> you know what? i'm someone who grew up seeing parents live paycheck to payche paycheck. my dad was a cop and my mom raised four boys. they believed -- i worked hard enough and i could be the first in the family to go to college. that paid off, and with two kids, i'm paying off just under $100,000 in student loan debt. i know why people work hard. i have experience, and i have been on the intelligence committee. i know who our threats are from the outside, and i know what the threats to the rule of law are the inside need. that promise of america will help you work hard, dream bigger
for your kids and reach for all americans. >> you want a mandatory buyback of all automatic weapons. what issue should americans care about the most, and americans put guns at the bottom. >> the number one death of black children in america is gun violence. we saw it rise to the top, and after parkland, americans are saying, i don't want my kids to have to live in fear because washington does nothing, and it's not going to change until we make that a top priority. >> you consider the buyback will create backlash in states like pennsylvania, michigan, states the democrats need to win. >> i'm telling folks, keep your rifles, shotguns, pistols and we want the most dangerous weapons out of the hands of the most dangerous people and most gun owners believe that. >> you are known for speaking out about president trump and russia and you have suggested he's a russian agent saying he has betrayed our country. any concern you took that too far? >> he acts on russia's behalf too often, and puts their priorities ahead of ours.
just because he wasn't criminally indicted doesn't mean he met the standard of conduct for a candidate for president. >> what do you think we'll see from robert mueller? >> you'll see his family, his team did not say no any time they were offered information by the russians and eagerly asked the russians to keep bringing more and when they came into power, took actions to help the russians, reduced sanctions, pulled us out of syria, trashes a nato any chance he gets. that's what the russians wanted. >> robert mueller did not reach the conclusion that rose to the level of conspiracy. >> that's a different standard than what we would want for a president of the united states, and the russians are going to do this again in the 2020 election, and if we want to know how they did it, who they worked with, what we need to do as a government to protect against it, we need to see the full report. >> your parents -- both republicans? >> both of my brothers. >> they have the trump/pence
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we are back now with dr. ian smith. he's a best-selling author with a brand-new book called "clean and lean." it's 30 days, 30 foods. show us how to get beach ready for the summer. doc, welcome to the show. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. >> we have all these foods in front of us, but before we get to this. i want to know what you mean by clean food. >> "clean and lean" is where clean eating meets intermittent fasting. nothing synthetic and more organic, and fasting is taking time during the day where you will eat and fast. this is probably one of the mosts maing things i have written. up to 30 pounds in 30 days.
>> we're going to do something. dr. ian's dos and don'ts. i' i'll put what i feel is a do and don't. 20 seconds on the clock. ready? >> go. >> that's a don't. that's a don't. that's a don't. that's a don't. don't. don't. that's a don't, and don't. and a don't. and that's a do. a do, a do. do, do, do, do, do. ah! there we go. how did i do, doc? >> you did okay. you did okay. >> just okay? >> these are definitely don'ts. this is instant. it has processed ingredients in it, and even though it says oats. it's cracking a lot of sugar. >> i was just thinking about the crackling part. >> i know. trail mix, be careful. a lot of addedsugars. this is a don't. the dried fruit, you have to make sure there is no sugar added. be careful with that.
this is all good. now over here. very nice here, but guess what? on the "clean and lean" because the program is open, you can have turkey bacon, and you can have cheese. dairy is good on "clean and lea lean". 30 foods for 30 days and all these foods, a lot of flexible foods and adjustments you can make. >> i'll be honest with you. i'll give up the crackling stuff for the bacon and the cheese. >> there you go. >> you have exercises too. you say you can do these in just 30 minutes to help you get in shape. can you demonstrate? >> in the book, you decide what ever level you are, beginner, intermediate and advanced. she's doing jog pumplgs and working on her upper body, and this is a full body exercise. in the middle here, we have what are called plank jacks. >> yeah. those are tough. >> they are tough. jumping jacks on the floor, and then we have tough jumps. they work on your lower extremity and your core. all these exercises are in the book, as well as on my app dr. ian's world. in the app, you can follow along
with these guys and do the videos with them. >> the app helps you stay on track. a little bit easier. >> that's right. and let me tell you something else. our facebook group, cleaner, get leaner, people are doing this, and having a big challenge. join that on facebook and you can follow the plan. >> it always helps to have a partner. >> that's right. >> all right, doc. thank you so much. "clean and lean," it is out today, and everyone in our audience, you're all going home with a
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