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good morning, america. weather whiplash. a wild swing in temperatures and slick roads spark major accidents. a massive pileup overnight. south destroying homes, businesses, and cars. and a new batch of bad weather just four days until the next showdown, jeb bush calling >> i've been -- misunderestimated most of my life. >> as donald trump unleashes a tirade against the bushes and ted cruz. >> i've never seen anybody that lied as much as ted cruz. and he goes around saying he's a christian. >> now threatening to take cruz to court.
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this morning. stunning revelation. the wrestling superstars now speaking out about the secret they kept for so long. why wwe star daniel bryan's wife agreed to keep quiet about her husband's concussions, the ones that eventually forced him to call it quits. everybody and the grammys rocking all night long. lionel richie saying "hello" to music's biggest night. taylor swift taking home a huge award and taking on kanye west. >> you don't let those people side-track you. we could be heroes just for one day >> and lady gaga with an out-of-this-world tribute to david bowie. this is ground control to major tom >> this morning, the secrets behind that electrifying night only on "gma." and good morning, america.
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grammys. let's take a look at the lionel richie medley, joined on stage by john legend, demi lovato, luke bryan. >> demi lovato was so good doing "hello." >> lady gaga with that david bowie medley. >> everybody wanted to hear adele perform. easily one of the most anticipated moments of the night. however beset by technical difficulties. what adele's saying about those this morning. first, to those major winter storm spawning tornadoes that tore through the south. 15 states on alert this morning, from north carolina all the way up to maine. that storm also dropping a dangerous mix of snow, ice, and rain across 1200 miles. it's blamed now for thousands of accidents. abc's mary bruce has the latest. >> reporter: overnight, slick, sleety roads leading to wreck after wreck. >> there's a lot of icy spots. >> reporter: early this morning, this massive pileup in
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scranton on i-81, semitrucks plowing into each other after hitting black ice, crushing cars in their path. rescue crews are on the scene. there are reports of multiple injuries. the ice-covered interstate remains closed. many cars unable to get traction. over 2,000 wrecks in 24 hours across 17 states. virginia alone seeing more than 500. it wasn't just miserable road conditions. tornadoes touching down in the south. on the florida/alabama border, a tornado damaging homes and dropping trees on cars. in louisiana, a reported tornado ripping the roof off this carwash and tossing it into this pizza hut. cell phone video capturing the panicked patrons moments after. >> you're all right, mom. you're all right. >> reporter: miraculously, there were only minor injuries. this morning, in mississippi, they're cleaning up after a
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there. three homes flattened and completely destroyed. here at the charlotte airport, it's a wet, slick mess. already 25 flights canceled. nearly 400 across the country and growing. amy? >> all right, mary. thanks for the latest on that. and that snow and ice is not sticking around long. rob, the temperatures have been jumping up and down the past few days. a 50-degree swing for millions. >> in some cases, a 60-degree swing. we're in the upper 40s here in manhattan. where just a few days ago, record temperatures well below zero. look at this swing. sunday, minus 1 in new york. today, well into the 50s. before that -- it will be windy, too, by the way. before that happens, we still have pockets of really cold air. it's a slick commute just outside of d.c., they just bumped up. heavy rain in baltimore, washington, d.c., back through west virginia. flood watches are posted for this rain. all snow from buffalo back through western pennsylvania and
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of south florida. there's a massive, massive storm. as you mentioned, all sorts of wild swings. a difficult commute this morning and afternoon. >> you could feel the difference when you came to work this morning. >> a big difference. we move to the race for the white house. the focus on south carolina, the gop primary just four days away, jeb bush brings in his big brother to take on donald trump. trump doubles down on his attacks against bush, ted cruz, the entire republican establishment. mr. trump will join us live after this report from tom llamas from south carolina. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. that crowd last night loved seeing president bush. voters i spoke to afterwards said it added a layer of legitimacy to jeb bush's campaign. but donald trump saying it's too late to save jeb and that his campaign is going nowhere. the bush campaign calling in the big gun -- president george w. bush, hoping south carolina voters deliver for jeb like they did for w. >> i've been misunderestimated most of my life.
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president turning on the charm. >> i've written two books, which has surprised a lot of people, particularly up east, who didn't think i could read, much less write. >> reporter: then, not calling him by name, but definitely turning up the heat on donald trump. >> in my experience, the strongest person usually is not the loudest one in the room. >> reporter: and jeb also showing he's ready to fight. ditching his glasses and saying trump's recent criticisms of 9/11 are out of line for a republican. >> i thought it was a little strange that a front-running candidate would attack the president of the united states. >> reporter: but trump defiant. >> i've heard for years, he kept the country safe after 9/11. what does that mean after? what about during 9/11? i was there. the worst attack ever in this country, it was during his presidency. >> reporter: trump, who polls have leading in south carolina, says jeb bush started this fight by attacking him with negative ads.
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i don't think it will happen. >> reporter: while trump takes on the bushes, he's also calling senator ted cruz a liar. >> i have never seen anybody that lied as much as ted cruz. and he goes around saying he's a christian? >> reporter: trump threatening to take cruz to court over the fact that he was born in canada if he doesn't stop airing what trump calls false ads and apologize. cruz could be trump's toughest competition in the palmetto state. he says trump is coming apart and he's painting him as a conservative impostor. >> if you live 50 years of your life and you have never said or done or written anything to prove you're conservative, you ain't. >> reporter: and this morning, senator ted cruz set to make a major announcement when it comes to national security. and back to trump now. and his criticisms of 9/11. last night, the bushes were not the only ones squaring off with the billionaire.
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said, when listening to donald trump, it sundays like a liberal democrat when he attacks the bush administration over 9/11. >> mr. trump joins us now. a republican candidate in a pitch battle with the previous president and vice president. >> he was telling me all sorts various other places. finally, i said, hey, look. he was saying how safe things were. well, i said, excuse me, the world trade center came down during your brother's administration. you can't bring out the brother. i have never met the brother. you can't bring out the brother, say what a wonderful job he did. it's like a baseball game. they got 20 runs in the first inning, but after that, the team played well. the world trade center came down and thousands of people, many of whom i knew, many people that i knew died in the world trade center. that happened during the bush presidency, which is, you know,
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>> are you standing by your contention that president bush lied about weapons of mass destruction? a bipartisan commission says there's no evidence to back that up. >> i don't know if he lied or not. i just know that there were no weapons of mass destruction. i know the cia and other agencies knew something bad was going to happen. they did nothing about it. they did not get along, if you look at the records. they got along horribly, the heads of the cia and the heads of various other agencies weren't speaking there. and osama bin laden, who i wrote about two years before the world trade center came down. i wrote about him in my book. he's a bad dude. he should have been taken out. and one other thing, george, had we had my immigration policies in effect, those people wouldn't have been in the country for the most part. >> let's move to ted cruz.
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from him, you want him to take his ads down. he's not doing that. he's doubling down. are you going to court today to challenge his candidacy? >> let me tell you, i have dealt with many people over my lifetime. i've been very successful. i've dealt with people tougher than him. i have never dealt with anybody that lied like him. even rubio, marco rubio, which is hard for a politician to do. he called him a liar. i said, wow, that's amazing, i have never heard that from a politician. ted cruz is a liar. he outright lies. my whole thing is obamacare, we're going to repeal it and replace it. he says, i love obamacare. i'm going to keep it. on the second amendment, there's nobody stronger on the second amendment than i am. he said, donald trump wants to get rid of the second amendment. he'll say whatever he wants to say. i actually think he's a very unstable person. i really believe that. i think he's a very unstable person. i have never had somebody take
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the exact opposite. by the way, on sunday, or saturday evening, right after the vote, he'll apologize. >> are you going to follow through on your pledge to file a suit against his candidacy? you said you'll hire a lawyer -- >> it was -- what he did to ben carson is a disgrace. he wrote a fraudulent voter paper, a voter violation paper. but he apologized immediately to ben carson after the votes were cast. frankly, that should be taken away from him. that election from iowa should be taken away from him. he was born in canada. some saying he doesn't have the right to run for president because of the fact he was born in canada, lived there for years. under that theory, winston churchill. take a look. he was born in canada. when you talk about a
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to many great lawyers, i've been looking at this strongly. >> i'll ask you again, are you going to file suit? >> i'm thinking about it very seriously, george. i don't know yet. we're thinking about it. >> mr. trump, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you very much. >> always interesting, george. also interesting, the democratic race. the nevada caucuses are also just four days away. and the battle between hillary clinton and bernie sanders is getting fierce, as hillary tries to avoid another upset. abc's cecilia vega is here. >> reporter: here's the reality. for hillary clinton. bernie sanders has the momentum on his side after the double-digit new hampshire win. and this morning, her team is growing nervous about what could come. hillary clinton in nevada making her case. >> i'm hoping to get your support. >> reporter: one handshake. >> i need your help in your caucus on saturday. >> reporter: after the next. >> voters have a choice between where i stand and my opponent. >> reporter: where she stands this morning, hoping to avoid an embarrassing nevada upset.
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up. trading in nevada for michigan and a massive rally with nearly 10,000 supporters. >> leadership is about standing up for what's right even when it is not popular. >> reporter: clinton stayed behind, skipping a campaign stop in florida, sending her husband instead. you think they're nervous in nevada right now? should they be? >> it's a caucus. anytime you have a caucus, it's more unpredictable. so it's better for her to stay there. >> reporter: bill clinton facing heat of his own, interrupted by this trump supporter. the former president firing back. >> i took his money for my foundation where i used it to -- better than he's using it now, i'll guarantee you. >> reporter: from the loud to the strange. hillary clinton focused on republicans, too. during a story about a political ad featuring a dog, she began barking. yes, barking.
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follow him around and every time they say these things, like, oh, you know, the great recession was caused by too much regulation. [ barking like a dog ] you know. >> reporter: yeah, clinton aides telling me they're bracing for a very tight race in nevada. a victory depending on turnout. today is about wooing a constituency she's been trying hard to win. >> what are we going to see next? >> reporter: i don't know. don't ask me about the barking. that's all i know. >> thank you, cecilia. >> thank you. we'll get the latest on the supreme court. funeral plans for justice antonin scalia have not been announced yet. both parties brace for an epic election-year showdown over his successor on the court. jon karl is tracking that from the white house. senate republicans now a united front against any nominee from president obama. >> reporter: they sure are. from the most conservative to moderates, they're all saying
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the one to name scalia's replacement. it should wait for the next president. meantime, the white house says that the president is deeply engaged in choosing a nominee and that senior aides are already talking to democrats on the hill, sounding out possible names. george. >> okay, jon karl, thank you very much. all right, now, to music's biggest night. what a night it was at the grammys. full of unbelievable performances. surprises. tributes. chris connelly was there for all of it. >> reporter: the 58th annual grammys, a tale of sound. i can't feel my face when i'm with you >> reporter: and fury. and signified. alexander hamilton >> reporter: take taylor swift. accepting her album of the year award with a call to female empowerment. >> i want to say to all the young women out there, there are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success.
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accomplishments or your fame. >> reporter: along the way, throwing shade at 100 miles an hour in the direction of kanye west, who declared in a new song -- i made that [ bleep ] famous >> it was you and the people who love you who put you there. hello >> reporter: no, not that hello. demi lovato. part of an all-star lionel richie medley. sing my song, everybody all night long >> reporter: on the red carpet, eager anticipation for rapper kendrick lamar. >> reporter: well, he won five of them, including best rap album. >> this boy hip hop. >> reporter: he won the hearts of his peers with this galvanizing performance. as we proceed to give you what you need >> reporter: steeped in the
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black lives matter movement. major tom >> reporter: also delivering live, lady gaga, with a tribute to david bowie that ran the gamut of his ever-transformative fame, fame, fame, fame >> reporter: and of the night he you should go and love yourself strumming and singing the songs back on track. adele seemed set to soar. remember us >> reporter: but ended her night responding to widespread social media speculation that technical issues had snarled her song, tweeting -- the piano mikes fell on to the piano strings. while much of the grammy evening
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>> reporter: the eagles, reuniting just weeks after the passing of frontman glenn frey. save me >> reporter: however, word from those gentlemen honoring their fallen colleague. well, here at staples center, nobody is still here. it's the music business. i figure someone is out there still celebrating. guys? >> you got that right. chris, thank you so much. amazing moment, that eagles moment was tremendous. we have so much more on music's big night. the highs, the lows. exclusive behind-the-scenes details that chris is still gathering. coming up. want to go back to rob on this windstorm. >> yeah, so many facets to the storm. the last one is the wind. high wind warnings for eastern parts of massachusetts. it includes new york city. winds over 40 miles an hour. in some cases, damaging. especially in eastern mass.
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good morning it's 7:19. today still a little windy in spots. highs today 64 in denver. tomorrow mid 60s. we are closer to 70 on thursday. that is where the bright spot is. beautiful. very warm spring like conditions through the end of the week. things will cool down sunday into monday. low to mid 50ssbut still you look across the board and it will be a dry >> everybody warming up on the east coast. nothing compared to socal.
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coming up here on "gma," former new york governor eliot spitzer is speaking out over the police investigation. and the wwe superstar couple now speaking out about the major health secret they kept for so long. >> and it was hard on me. but i didn't. i didn't say anything. >> the truth behind his decision to leave the ring for good, when we come back. stay with us on "good morning america." the ring for good, when we come back. stay with us on "good morning america."
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welcome back to "gma." so many eyes on the terrible weather moving in this morning. already sparking big wrecks and that huge pileup in pennsylvania overnight. and now, a new batch of bad weather is set to move in very soon. >> rain up and down the coast. also right now, democrats and republican candidates ramping up attacks. just four days until the gop primary in south carolina. donald trump telling us this morning that he's seriously considering suing ted cruz, as george w. bush joining the trail to support his brother jeb. fans of the force will be rejoicing. the next film will start
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palmer went to the dogs. >> that's right. behind the scenes at the 140th westminster dog show. taking a look at some of the new breeds you'll see. who is the favorite to take home the coveted best in show award? if you like dogs, that's heaven right there. >> that's a fun afternoon. >> i was carrying dog hair home on my jacket. i picked up so many dogs. first, this big headline about former new york governor eliot spitzer. police are investigating an encounter with a young woman at a hotel. the young woman has recanted previous allegations. abc's reena ninan is here with the latest. good morning, reena. >> reporter: this is the story plastering the front pages of new york papers this morning. police telling abc news that they're looking at surveillance cameras from the plaza hotel and the hospital as
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possible. >> reporter: this morning, former new york governor eliot spitzer under scrutiny after police say they were called to the famed plaza hotel saturday night. spitzer and a 25-year-old woman, new york papers identifying her as this woman -- svetlana travis, allegedly getting into an argument. travis calling 911, telling police at one point the former governor choked her, later recanting that statement. >> be advised, the edp is in room 1541 of the plaza hotel. she's having a nervous breakdown. >> reporter: police telling abc news that the two had been in a romantic relationship for about two years. spitzer's lawyer speaking out overnight, saying there was no criminal activity on the part of mr. spitzer. he had agreed to meet her at a room, where she threatened to harm herself. the former governor trying to keep her calm. travis later taken for evaluation at a psychiatric
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with controversy. >> but i've disappointed and failed to live up to the standard i expected of myself. thank you very much. >> reporter: in 2008, the married father of three was serving as the governor of new york, resigning after becoming involved in a sex scandal with ashley dupree. the governor now then to the investigators as client 9. spitzer is now divorced from his wife silda. now to the stunning announcement rocking the wrestling world. one of the wwe's biggest stars, suddenly calling it quits because of concussions. now, daniel bryan and his wife, a fellow wrestling star, are speaking out. with them and has the very latest from anaheim, california. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: good morning to you. daniel bryan's wife, brie bella, performed last night right behind me on monday night raw.
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people weekly. but her performance last night was emotional. fueled by her husband's retirement just a week ago. he's best known for making and taking big slams in the ring. >> fairytale is -- >> reporter: but this morning, former wrestling superstar daniel bryan and his wife, brie bella, are speaking out. after bryan announced his retirement on stage last week after a string of concussions. >> i have loved this in a way that i have never loved anything else. the more concussions you have, the more susceptible you are to them. >> reporter: some of those concussions even leading to seizures, something bryan tried to keep private. at first, not telling brie, a wwe total diva and pro wrestler herself. >> i was with him after one of his seizures after a concussion. it screamed me so bad, i just lost it. >> i just implored her, please
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if i tell them if i have a concussion, they're not going to let me do what i do anymore. >> it was hard on me. i was sitting there like, if i do say something, then it will, you know, it could -- i wouldn't know what it would do for him. he's worked so hard. but i didn't. i didn't say anything. >> reporter: i think a lot of people think pro wrestling is fake. is what you're doing in the ring real? >> it's not real and it's not fake. when you get slammed, you really get slammed. i'm helping him slam me. >> reporter: but you're getting injured? >> yes. >> reporter: last year, bryan ned after having surgery on his neck. the wwe taking him off the roster. >> the doctor said, i can't in good conscience allow you to risk yourself like that. >> athletes are like thoroughbreds. someone has to pull the rein. they'll run themselves into the ground, if given the opportunity. >> reporter: but some say that
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productsive. in 2015, wrestlers filing suit, accusing the wwe of failing to diagnose concussions and sending athletes into the ring injured. including chris benoit, who after his death, was found to have severe cte. the brain disease linked to hard hits. the wwe telling us that lawsuit has no merit and we will vigorously contest it. >> our referees are taught to look for signs. our talent themselves are made aware of signs in themselves and in each other. >> reporter: as for bryan and bella's future, they're hoping to start a family. for wwe fans, that might mean another retirement announcement. and soon. >> feeling and seeing everything he went through with his retirement, i feel it's time for me to hang up the boots. it will be hard on me, as well, but that day is very close. >> reporter: brie telling me we can expect the retirement announcement sometime this summer.
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wants to now spend his time educating young athletes about the dangers of concussions. >> he's done a lot of it. >> thank you so much. coming up, we're answering those big grammys questions. what happened with adele's performance? where was rihanna? and the secrets behind lady gaga's tribute. and a scary moment in the air. pilots racing to put masks on and get to safety. coming up. masks on diabetes, you may know what it's like to deal with high... and low blood sugar. januvia (sitagliptin) is a once-daily pill that, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar. januvia works when your blood sugar is high and works less when your blood sugar is low, because it works by enhancing your body's own ability to lower blood sugar. plus januvia, by itself, is not likely to cause weight gain or low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). januvia should not be used in patients with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. tell your doctor if you have a
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back now with the highs and the louse from last night's grammy show. we have behind the secrets. to rihanna's last minute absence. to lady gaga's epic tribute. >> reporter: from the very first notes, the viewers at home
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clang. my heart >> reporter: was it an out of sync triangle player? whatever it was, it did not fit with the littling notes of adele's "all i ask." and then, the mike went out. in the grammy's mother anticipated performance, adele looked briefly panicked by soldiered on. receiving standing ovation. but that was though consolation to her fans. vepting on twitter, the audio engineer is a lot like a football kicker. no one knows who row are you make a mistake and the world comes after you. others wondering if a performer who came after her warmed up on stage. tweeting, it was bieber's guitar ruining the performance. adele solved the mystery. the piano mikes fell on to the piano strings.
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because of it, though, i'm treating myself to an in and out. so maybe it was worth it. another big question of the night, what happened to rihanna? the pop powerhouse was scheduled to perform a song from her new album. she attended reversal during the day, where witnesses said, she killed it. shortly before her performance, she was put on a 48-hour vocal rest, following a vocal chord hemorrhage. she tweeted out #navy, so sorry i couldn't be there. meanwhile, pop a fish nad does wondering how lady gaga pulled off that tribute to david bowie. her face transforms into iconic bowie characters. abbie boudreau got an exclusive look at how she did it. teaming with intel.
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ring, tapping into the power of computers almost five times faster than regular once. turning the stage into a 4-d animated wonderland. >> we wanted to create an expression of david bowie's magic but also to show that there is magic that can be made with technology. >> reporter: for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> >> mission accomplished. well deserved. the academy president said, to adele's credit, he skilled it. fantastic job, pro that she is. i'm glad she treated herself to an inand out bugger. >> she knew right way something was wrong. >> her eye. watching it. you felt for her. >> great job fighting through it. >> absolutely. >> she still sounded amazing. coming up, behind the scenes. new breeds making a debut.
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so many talented pups parading around madison square garden last night. all hoping the charm the judges. jesse got to go backstage with the contenders. as they got ready for their closeups. hey, jesse. >> that's right. this year's field is bigger than ever. look at the seven new breeds joining the competition. i had the chance to go behind the scenes. trying to get the answer to the question we all have, who will be the best in show? i'm at the 140th westminster dog show. over 3,000 dogs here. including seven brand-new breeds. all competing for one thing and one thing only. best this show. >> it's overwhelming. it's like the world series for us. if you get here and you win, it's like nothing else in the world. >> reporter: the competition monday night wud rough. the houpds, nonsporting, and
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to go head to head with the sporting, working dogs, and terriers going head to head tonight. i couldn't leave without saying hello to my favorite, the french bulldog. don't be jealous. good morning, america. and tully gave me the silent treatment for a couple of hours. but we're good now. the wire fox terrier has won time. people in vegas like the german all. and speaking of tully, the pup that i own. the french bulldog is a long shot. >> oh, but she's won your heart. >> it's her world. i just live in it. >> that's best in your show. >> all up to one judge. >> i should take that. >> one judge makes the choice. >> you're right. it's unbelievable. incredible. it will all end tonight. these people love their dogs. it is -- it's own world.
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7:55. a sellout crowd will be at cu auditorium to see edward snowden. he is the the former government contractor who leaked classified information. he won't physically be there. he will be speaking by way of video live stream from russia since he still facing charges in the u.s.. the cu student group that invited snowden said they wanted to start a conversation. new this morning a local small business owner is asking for your help tracking down a pair of shoplifters. they said they got away with merchandise. there is a pair in there a man and woman stealing clothes. this happened saturday. this is a closer look at those two suspects. police.
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pretty start to our day. we have a few clouds. wireless camera. and it's nice. downtown right now 34. 32 at the airport. so it's a chilly start. winds are calmer right now. we are still going to be freezing in spots today but look at our temperatures by 12:00, 61. by 2:00, 64. at this point no alerts. yesterday we had a high wind warning for the foothills and mountains. denver 64. greeley we're at 55 today. high of 62. above normal. warm and dry with still some gusty winds off and on as we head into the weekend. >> and one of the latest problems will be along highway 36. traffic is able to get by it but still drawing some looks. we'll see slow traffic here and then you see that hazy sunshine. you are seeing a lot more
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. an emergency landing. >> alaska 1 we're declaring an emergency. smoke in the airplane. >> pilots battle smoke in the cockpit. racing to get their masks on and get their jetliner back on the ground. moments after takeoff from d.c. find me underrated also this morning, the stunning picture from oprah. showing off her slimmed-down figure. why she's revealing that meditation and teaming up with guru deepak chopra could be the key. we'll hear from chopra himself this morning. and it was a knockout night at the grammys.
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meghan trainor with an emotional speech. >> i'm a mess. i have to go cry. thank you to the grammys. i love you so much. >> and sofia vergara with a peekaboo popup with pit bull. all the hits and the hot looks on stage and off. all that and kate hudson, here live. how she's staying happy, healthy, and the best advice from her superstar mom, goldie hawn, as we say -- >> good morning, america. good morning, america. good morning, kate hudson right there. a new book out called "pretty happy." can't wait to hear some of her best secrets for health and happiness. amy, you're going to talk to her in a bit. >> i am. i'm very excited. we have her breakfast here. this is her go-to breakfast. oatmeal with raisins and walnuts. this is her lemon ginger detox tea. >> i'll say. >> it's got a kick.
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she stays fit and fierce coming up. >> if it works for her, cheers, my friend. >> whoo. >> it does have a kick. and music's biggest night wowed viewers. the artists got a bit of a shock with a new edition of jimmy kimmel's "mean tweets." all in honor of the grammys. this one from mumford & sons. got a lot of laughs. >> i love how music takes you like mumford & sons is playing at this restaurant, so now i'm going to another restaurant. >> that's pretty good. >> they're so funny. >> that is coming up. to amy with the morning rundown. we begin with the major travel delays because of a winter storm battering the east coast. thousands of crashes blamed on the slick roads from the carolinas to new england. federal agencies in washington are opening three hours late this morning. at the airports, hundreds of flights have been cancelled. the storm also spawning tornadoes leaving a trail of damage in the florida panhandle and mississippi.
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for passengers on a flight out of washington. smoke pouring into the cockpit, forcing the pilots to put on their oxygen masks. abc's david kerley has the details. >> reporter: emergency crews scurried around the jetliner, which was in the air for only minutes. >> alaska 1 we're declaring an emergency. smoke in the airplane. >> about five, ten minutes into the flight, i felt the engines kind of slow down a little bit. >> reporter: they had just left washington's reagan airport for seattle. the pilots of the alaska airlines 737 wanting to get back on the ground quickly. sounding like they had their masks on. >> reagan, alaska 1 emergency. >> reporter: they're asking to land at dulles airport, less than 30 miles away. >> dulles tower, alaska 1 emergency aircraft and -- for 1-9 left. we're going to need the trucks, please. >> alaska 1, the trucks should be coming out. >> reporter: emergency crews checked the jet. which then taxied to the gate. one passenger tells us she watched one of the pilots wearing an oxygen mask walk into an ambulance.
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to the hospital. none of the passengers who were rebooked to seattle. david kerley, abc news, washington. >> thank you, david. a new round of attacks from donald trump. he's threatening to sue ted cruz. over negative ads. trump calls cruz the biggest liar he's ever seen. cruz firing back saying there's no proof trump has ever been a conservative. meanwhile, george w. bush campaigned for his brother, jeb. taking a veiled swipe at trump. he said the loudest person in the room is not always the strongest. overseas, russia is rejecting accusations it committed war crimes when it bombed a hospital and three schools in syria, killing nearly 50 civilians. they say their troops were not involved. the eagles of death metal, the band performing at the time of the paris terror attacks will return to stage tonight to resume their tour. the band's frontman argues for universal access to guns saying
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>> it's great, right? we should get them here. not creepy at all. >> at all. it's not that hard to push the chair back in. >> well, you know. >> let's go to lara. >> thank you, george. here's what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." oprah is wowing with her weight loss. the meditation she says is helping her slim down. george has known about that for years. we're going to get into it for you. and the biggest grammys secrets. behind gwen stefani's live music video. and the stars who were just stunning on the red carpet. and a "bachelor" exclusive. becca speaking out about her tough journey to try to find love again. our interview with her after ben told her good-bye. all that and one of our favorites is here. >> you just spoiled "the bachelor" for me. >> oh, i'm sorry. you had it dvr'd? >> i did. >> kate will talk about her book. it's like total girlfriend heaven morning. don't go anywhere. we'll girl talk.
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good morning, america. >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. >> there's some special good morning americas. bonnie raitt. charlie puth. florence and the machine. we're going to have a lot more from the gammys rammys, the biggest night in music. first, we start out with oprah. making headlines. her stunning weight loss. 26 pounds on weight watchers. while still enjoying bread, she says. she's talking about how meditation may be helping, too. linsey davis is here with more. >> reporter: oprah was not just showcasing her man in this
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but also showing off her weight loss. role many her slimming down. the woman known for her midas touch is now singing the praises of meditation saying it will help us recognize what we're really hungry for. oprah winfrey wowing us in a red dress this weekend on instagram. her weight loss efforts showing big results. >> i lost 26 pounds. and i have eaten bread every single day. >> reporter: looking now like she may have lost more weight than her announcement more than two weeks ago. and revealing it may not just be weight watchers that's helping her shed the pounds. >> meditation is a way of progressively quieting the mind. >> reporter: oprah joining spiritual guru and author of "supergenes" deback chopra on a 21-day meditation challenge. called shedding the weight, mind, body, and spirit. >> we're also introducing the idea of shedding emotional baggage.
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weight gain. >> reporter: according to open -- according to oprah, this discovery program has helped her gain insight into her struggle with weight loss. saying i've learned that weight can affect more than just our physical being. researchers continue to study the link between meditation and weight loss. and while there is some evidence meditation can help people lose weight, it's still too early to make solid conclusions. yet, deepak chopra claims there is a connection and it works. >> meditation decreases the levels of cortisol. which is a stress hormone. when you have stress, you accumulate belly fat. >> reporter: many knew trish -- nutritionists say losing weight must include serious changes in diet. >> meditation alone does not do it. the types of food, the portion, and then cow can really, really focus on weight loss. >> reporter: still, anyone can meditate. and this, the tenth meditation
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sure to add inspiration to those trying to shed the pounds. >> let's let 2016 be the year of our best bodies. >> reporter: people will be watching for the oprah effect of how many people will try to get in the zone through meditation in the hopes of losing unwanted weight. mindfulness and meditation is something she's been talking about for years. way before it was en vogue. this may be the first time she's connecting the dots to weight loss. >> thank you. let's talk more about this with dr. jen ashton. now, meditation is not the answer. it can complement a weight loss program. >> exactly. this is an area of intense focus and research now. because, you know, you have been meditating for years. i just learned in the last two years. people have been doing it for 10, 20, 30 years. we're trying to get this all hands on deck approach to overweight and obesity and look at anything we can do to help people lose weight and manage weight. so, when we looked at the data, i just gave you one of the studies, first very limited data. the studies are not well
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it does show mindfulness has an effect on emotional eating. >> emotional baggage. >> if you do it alone, will it help effect a significant amount of weight loss? the data says, probably not. if you do it with other behavioral modifications, like >> you would tell your patients >> why not? >> any downsides at all? >> well, look, you to take a holistic approach when you're looking at weight loss. you have to say what i do want to do? assess your diet. assess your behavior. get a support system in place. we've heard it again and again. because it is really important. i also recommend people look for obesogenic medications. they're medications -- antidepressants. anti-histamines. that are making people gain weight.
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then, no question. treat obesity as a disease. if necessary, medication and surgery to help lose weight. downside, some meditation is free to learn. some there's a small fee. the only downside i can see, george, is if you're going to put all your eggs in the basket of meditation and avoid aggressive efforts to lose weight doing other things. >> all hands on deck. you have to try everything. >> 100%. and i'm a big advocate of meditation. >> thank you, jen. you'll take questions all morning. >> absolutely. now more from music's biggest night. the fwrammys certainly did not disappoint. from bold choices on the red carpet to overwhelming acceptance speeches. not to mention show-stopping performances. it was definitely a night to remember. >> our party is not over. >> reporter: leave it to entertainment's leading ladies to put on a party.
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>> reporter: this year's grammys serving up a good dose of surprises. i love you >> and the grammy goes to -- meghan trainor. >> reporter: from meghan trainor's breakdown after announced as the winner of best new artist. >> i'm a mess. [ sobbing ] sorry. >> reporter: to sofia vergara's peekaboo popup. in pit bull's action-packed performance. >> sofia vergara. >> reporter: to the first music video created on live tv, starring gwen stefani. involving seven costume changes on camera. and a crew of 250. like you >> reporter: and, stop the music. that tumble was part of the act. stefani's rep telling abc news the skater who fell was a sneaky stunt double. and over on the red carpet, plenty of head-turning stupers.
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wizard-theemed nightgown to the "beetlejuice"-inspired combo. taylor swift and selena gomez shaking off some fabric to flaunt some skin. and adele sparkling in sequins. and hold the applause. here comes lady gaga as ziggy stardust. the poker face performer givering a nod to david bowie on stage. rebel rebel >> reporter: and on the red carpet, making a grand entrance with flaming hot orange hair, an electric blue mark jacobs gown, and sky-high platform heels. i'm on the edge >> so joining us now with his take on the evening's highlights, jess cagle. editorial director of "people" and "entertainment weekly." thanks for coming in, jess. >> hi, thanks for having me. >> welcome back. >> good to be here. >> what was your honest impression of the david bowie
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>> lady gaga is a genius. but every now and then, she would sing something that was so beautiful, it made me sort of want one great david bowirk e song in her voice. it was one great thing instead of ten great things. i would have preferred that. >> the old adage less is more? perhaps? >> maybe a little less is more. >> what did you think of the night overall? >> the grammys are, just the best show. it is such a smart show. because, for one thing, they get a lot of awards out of the way in the afternoon. you get to the telecast, you have one great performance after another. >> so true. no wasted time. >> yeah, exactly. and with all those tributes, you have a chance for, you know, young artists to be doing the great classic songs. you have got justin bieber and bonnie raitt and kendrick lamar and stevie wonder. there's something for everybody. by the way, justin bieber brought his 6-year-old brother
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somebody asked justin bieber to baby-sit. terrible -- terrible idea. >> yes. >> come on, he's cleaning up his act. >> yeah. throwing guitars. they're probably still out. >> he did throw the guitar. did that bother you? when he did that at the end of his song? >> he did that great acoustic set. and i thought, oh, justin bieber. and then, you know, he started acting like an idiot again and throwing his guitar. i was very disappointed. >> he's very young. >> he's very young. it's fine. he'll grow up. >> we hope. did you like the pink tribute? >> i did. i'm excited about the -- well, i -- the white rabbit. in the trailer for -- through the looking glass. >> yes. >> brilliant. brilliant. anything that pink does is -- is okay by me. >> i agree. she pushes the envelope in a very big way. >> another great voice, too. >> one of the more emotional moments for me. i would imagine you, too. we love the eagles. i thought seeing them on stage,
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of their leaders, glenn frey, i thought it was a touching moment. >> it was a touching moment. i loved that. there were some, you know, there were complaints some people were paid -- were given tributes. and other people were not. i have to say, they really do tributes right on the grammys. again, that's part of the secret to the show's success. >> the lionel richie one was fantastic, too. >> oh, my gosh, yeah. and demi lovato. i know that was amy's favorite moment. her singing "hello." >> probably the single best moment. >> then you guys are right there. best speech of the night? >> oh, my gosh. meghan trainor was great. >> so emotional. genuine. her dad crying in the audience. >> however, no speech beat taylor swift's. >> i was hoping you would go there. >> well, put. >> that was a smackdown. a verbal smackdown. >> it was a classy smackdown. >> very classy. she didn't mention his name. she had sort of released word
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something was coming. that she was going to address this issue in a good way. and boy, she did it. >> and from your -- with all of your editorial experience, she could not have done it better? >> no. she couldn't have done it better. everybody knew what she was talking about in the industry. she made it not about herself. she made it about young women. and made it a bigger issue. because it is very, very true. >> she's a pro. a total pro. >> the jess cagle approval has been given. thank you so much. you can get all the highlights from the grammys on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. check out "people," "entertainment weekly." let's check out rob outside. >> a lot of people watched the grammy. you didn't watch. what did you watch? >> "the bachelor." >> all right. love to hear that on abc. it's still on. we're going to get to the pizza box in a minute. hey, y'all. we love you for coming out.
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upstate new york. especially from rochester to buffalo. bad road there is today. look at the temps on the east side, they warm up. strong thunderstorms from new york to boston. heavy snow, happy tuesday. it's now 8:23. first alert weather with a beautiful start to our day. still kind of chilly. out at the airport we're at 32. winds are calmer today and it will be really warm. we're looking at 64 in denver this afternoon. speeds along the front range at 15-30 miles per hour. so again not as bad as yesterday and we're not look at any high wind watches or >> nice and warm here. you're from -- >> arkansas. >> hence the y'all. nothing like southern hospitality. lara, back inside to you. >> rob, thank you so much. "pop news" time.
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benicio del toro and laura dern joining the cast. along with another newcomer, named kelly marie t ran. london, filming got under way on monday. we're hearing that benicio will play a bad guy. and that perhaps, speculation is that laura dern will play the mom of rey. see if that's correct. john boyega took to twitter. to celebrate a successful first day. as did mark hammill. with a hashtag, still no line. >> really? >> hang in there, mark. you'll get some. you'll get some. >> it's all about facial expression. >> we wait for the release december 2017. >> the clip. the end of episode vii. luke skywalker coming back. >> why you'll be watching episode eight.
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spoiler, shooting picked up right where they left off on that really cool remote island. still no lines. okay, you know the saying when pigs fly. we might want to consider changing that to dogs. after a nationwide search, 12 of england's brainiest pooches are being trained to take control of light aircraft. the finalists are all rescue dogs. >> i'll say they're rescue dogs if they're flying a plane. >> they range from spike, a jack russell mix who was found as a stray. that's spike. shadow is a 2 1/2-year-old bull terrier/collie mix. the pups will be put through their paces. several weeks of problem solving. reasoning testing with the best performers heading to flight school. controls of a plane as part of a fly." i wish it was not called might. to demonstrate dogs have distinct personalities.
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intelligence. duh, we already knew that. >> we're trying to teach our dog to walk. >> sit. >> please not mess on my rug again. that's all i ask. it's very simple. go ahead, teach them to fly. >> snoopy flew. >> that's right. the red baron. >> wow, excellent point, rob. >> i'm here for you, george. >> snoopy is real, rob. >> for sure. have you ever gone to the salon after, you know, a long weekend, you're back to work, you're so excited. you just sit back, get your hair done. the hairdresser keeps talking. that's how this gal feels. she just wants to sit back and relax. lose the chryon. she's superannoyed. and that's where we'll leave you. chryon.
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good morning it's 8:27 it's csu and football wants to offer fans -- they want tt sell 4% beer that is the beer sold at they will debate this issue at a meet tonight. time to check on the forecast. >> it's 8:27. we are in for a really nice day today. if you are heading up to the mountains or coming back from there, the roads are improving up along i-70. 30s and 40s there. llght snowfalling but we will see sunshine this afternoon. 50s and 60s cover north eastern colorado.
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we have highllnds ranch at 6237 castle rock today 61. enin evergreen some mid 50s. we are well above normal. normal today. same thing tomorrow. now on thursday even warmer. it is the warmest day on our seven-day forecast. winds will conto be a bit of an issue though off and on throughout the week. gusty again on thursday and
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there is a lot of accidents thhs morning. one on i-25 and alameda and 6th avenue. you can see the denver fire department a couple of trucks on the left side of the highway. we do have lane blocked and very slow traffic because of it unfortunately. you can also see on the maps some other areas around town including the north side of town. we have accidents on the parkway. either side of i-25. %- 120th and colorado boulevard we've had accidents there and problems on i-70. and also some very slow traffic
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from pena boulevard over to downtown denver. most of the heavy traffic here from pena getting over past colorado boulevard. still looking at a lot of stop %- and go traffic on 225. first, we dared to take you into the fire. >> oh, my gosh. you can see it. >> then, into the ice. >> i got up. >> now, amy journeys across the planet, taking you into africa's garden of eden. for the first time ever, a 360-degree virtual reality camera. putting you on the edge. with the fierce, most exotic animals on earth. and we're just one week away from that big event. amy will go on safari, for "gma." in africa. that is the great migration. takes place in the heart of
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we'll show it to you live next week. so exciting. it happens every february there. we'll show it to you this february here on "gma." >> i'm really excited for that. >> i'm really excited. my bags are getting packed as we speak. you'll be able to follow along with us the entire 360 experience from any device. we showed you those viewing boxes yesterday. we've got one right here. that you can get on our website. "gma." you don't have to have this. you can use your phone, ipad, have the same experience. you touch and can follow along with us. in fact, take a look. we have, um, something from our elephant drone. it will be -- we'll have an elephant drone cam. >> look how close that is. i can't believe the images you guys are able to capture. >> this is our advanced team. already on the ground. getting everything ready for us. but there's going to be so much more of that. what an experience to see it in a 360-degree version on your phone. >> what an adventure you're having. >> where's next?
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down seventh avenue with that. taxis flying by. >> aren't you guys really going to get into the problem of poaching and how to protect these beautiful creatures? >> yes. especially in the last few years, it's an incredible problem, especially for elephant population. the ivory trade is still flourishing. we'll discuss that. >> a lot to learn. a lot to see. you'll be safe, we know. i'm sure you'll find some fun, too. speaking of fun, everybody. the latest "bachelor" bombshell. ben making, get ready, jesse. he made not one but two stunning eliminations. >> you never did that. >> so the remaining twin, emily, sent packing. and then becca learned she, too, didn't make the cut. kate hudson is here. she hasn't seen the show. hopefully, your ear muffs are on. for the second time now, she's
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>> reporter: the two shocking exits "bachelor" fans didn't see coming. >> i just don't think i can see you being my wife. >> reporter: the connection between ben and emily finally blossoming in ben's hometown. even taking her to meet his parents. >> nervous. >> reporter: but the meeting shedding light on ben's concerns about the relationship. >> my mom's concern is emily being ready to be a wife are the same concerns i have, my dad has. >> reporter: after the date, he sends emily home. >> i don't see that next step for us. >> reporter: the other women stunned by the early exit. >> it was shocking and sad. just a reality for all of us that he's very, very serious about this now. >> reporter: meanwhile, becca, hoping to find love on her second season of "the bachelor" voicing concerns. >> i'm not getting any validation through words. at the very least, i deserve someone who like really wants me and wants to be with me. just don't blindside me. >> reporter: the group date cut short after he chooses amanda to get the rose and the rest of the
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>> ladies, i'm sorry. amanda and i have a date to continue. >> i feel like i've gotten nothing, like, nothing from him. it was more hurtful that there was nothing i could do about it. >> reporter: the rose ceremony, more stressful than ever. with hometown dates on the line. in a surprising move -- >> will you accept this rose? >> reporter: -- ben chooses lauren, jojo, and kayla. leaving becca empty-handed and heartbroken for a second time. >> it makes me feel like, why would i keep putting myself in this position? just because he's not right for me doesn't mean i won't find my love story, too. it just means it wasn't with him. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> a lot of drama. a new episode airs monday night, 8:00, 7:00 central. right here on abc. let's get over to amy. we have just ruined superstar mom kate hudson's morning. >> totally ruined it. i'm fine. it's fine. >> well, any working mom will
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time to stay in shape. but for this mother of two, it's no different than anyone else. and now, the golden globe-winning actress is sharing her secrets in her new book, "pretty happy." >> pretty happy. i'm excited. i feel like it's the first time i get to talk about this with women. it's something i'm superpassionate about. being the holistic self. and it's important. as we see with oprah and deepak talking about it as well. it's sort of not dissimilar what i'm talking about. >> i love that this book came about from people like me asking you, what's your secret? >> all the time. it's not a secret. there's no secret. it takes a lot of work. i think that's the the thing. for me, it's more about how do you motivate women to want that to be a part of their lifestyle.
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because it is a discipline. but it also has to come from life. >> it's not just one thing. it. you said it's made you a more patient parent. we could all use that. >> it helps. i'm definitely not always patient. but, it does help. it helps in a lot of ways. meditation is an incredible tool. now there's too much research around it to not have it be a part of most people's -- especially our kids' lives. i think, i think the sanity of trying to stay as grounded as possible, sort of what it does to your body and your brain is stress hormones. that's a huge part of so much issue whether it be illness, whether it be holding on to weight. and i think that's where meditation is really helpful in >> i love something that you wrote. you said, when you're kind to yourself, it's how you treat other people. how you treat yourself is how
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>> i think so. i kind of -- it's a domino effect. isn't it? i think women are hard on themselves, too. we're predisposed to be hard on ourselves. and, i would like to see that start to be alleviated. >> me, too. me, too. there's nothing to be hard on yourself about the cover of "self" magazine. you look simply fantastic. i want to show everybody. and you admit that you don't work out every day. >> yeah. >> and you don't beat yourself up when you take a break. it's hard to believe you take a break when you see pictures like >> it's hard to do it every day. it makes me happy. being active is a -- it makes me feel better. >> those endorphins, right? >> it just makes me feel good. i grew up dancing. i was very athletic. i have that tool that has been instilled in me since i was young. i think a lot of women don't necessarily have. but it is never too late to
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strong. for me, that's what it is. it's about feeling strong. >> you write about advice, a lot that your mom, goldie gave you. >> she's my teacher. isn't she? i was blessed to have -- she's a bunch of things. obviously, she's an amazing actress. but more than that, she's a really inspiring woman. and she's -- also -- a dancer. she started off as a dancer. activity, health, she was on the cutting edge of green juice before -- >> she inspired a lot of the food we'll show you how you eat. >> i don't know if she inspired this. >> she inspired healthy eating habits. she's about to become amy schumer's mom. how is that going to feel? >> yes. i can't wait. i'm so excited. she hasn't worked in 14 years on a movie. >> because she's not found the right role. >> that, and she's been working
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kids, a mind-up curriculum. should we talk about this? >> yes. the six foods. >> this is an ayurvedic approach. this is making sure you get all of the food groups. and this is sort of the ayurvedic way to do it. the sweet, the sour, the astringent and the pungent. the bitter. the salty. the greens. the bitter, a lot of the bitter. >> a lot of the bitter. >> a lot of the bitter. and then you want to add -- we don't necessarily want the -- >> i went for the salty. >> why not? >> the sweet, you get it in the fruits. >> and meat. and nuts. and oils. and then, the astringent is drying. this is important. like green tea. >> a lot of people probably leave this out. >> we don't eat enough beans and that kind of protein. >> the sour with the citrus. >> i love pink grapefruit. >> every morning. >> so great. >> and then pungent.
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i do a lot of, i talk about the ayurvedic diet a lot. >> you have a lot of questionnaires. you get to fill out a bunch of stuff. i get to see what kind of personality i have. >> i don't want people to be bored. >> "pretty happy" is available in stores and online today. thank you so much, kate. >> thank you. now let's go outside to rob. >> all right. check out the crew. we have a contingent from georgia. from arkansas. from rochester, where it's snowing. what are you drinking? >> half decaf, half regular. >> so good. it's not full decaf. and how old are you? >> 12. >> you probably get good grades, don't you? >> yeah. >> if i knew that was a secret, i would have drank coffee at your age, too. wind warnings and snow warnings coming through. finally, after el nino taking a break. it's not really an el nino storm. it will be potent in the form of rain, mountain snow. almost to los angeles by the
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near record-breaking heat. in phoenix. if they hit 90, it >> this weather report's brought to you by walgreen's. it's warm out here. i can't believe it was minus 1 two days ago. coming up next, "batman versus superman" stars. ben affleck and henry cavill. reveal the a-list advice they
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rin the middle of a time when senior povertyt is increasing. republicans and some democratsp came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodies if you cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and expand benefits for people who desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders,
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a lot of excitement here in the studio for "batman." we brought you the batmobile yesterday. today, we hear from the stars. ben affleck and henry cavill. jesse you had the chance to sit down with the stars. >> that's right.
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suiting up for a battle of the ages. which suit is more comfortable after a grueling shoot? it's matchup of epic pro portions. >> son of krypton versus bat of gotham. >> reporter: henry cavill suiting up as superman for the second time. facing off gaens brand-new batman, ben affleck. did you get to talk to people like michael keaton, val kilmer. christian bale? >> i talked to clooney. he had advice which is not repeatable. i talked to christian. he said to make sure i got a zipper in the tut. it was valuable, practical advise. >> reporter: "batman versus superman, dawn of justice." >> it's easier to say. >> reporter: while mankind grapples with the hero it really needs. >> he has the pow or the wipe
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>> reporter: why the bad blood? >> um, well, i mean, when sups turns up, he shows himself, he makes a bit of a mess. i would say bruce is one of the few people that thinks i could find a way of stopping this guy, if need be. i think it's out of -- just being careful. >> reporter: can this be a fair fight? because superman is superhuman. batman is human but has amazing gamts. how sit a far fight? >> it's not. but we have to make the story interesting. >> how do you do that? >> he takes advantage of fact gnat supererman is a good guy, basically. >> reporter: but superheroes are not bit in a day. the leading men training for a year before stepping into their suits. >> i saw the first movie he was in. it was kind of like, wow. i don't know if i can be in quite that good of shape. but he's definitely set a high bar. he has to be in the high bar
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aliens have to -- >> i figured -- >> far to reach. i'm just a man. after all. but -- >> putting on about 20 pounds of muscle. it was really hard to do. certainly at my advanced age. >> reporter: jokes aside, affleck admit there is is pressure to live up to fans' expectations. >> i really care about it. i wanted to do well. i feel like i got to work with talented people. it was really, i'm really proud of what we were able to do. >> and the guys also told me that jesse eisenberg as lex luthor makes the movie. "batman versus superman: dawn of justice kts opens soon. >> make a pch for yourself. >> to be on that movie? i'm not a superhero. i do want to drive the batmobile. i'm still jealous rob got to sit
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coming up, the teen taking on the big skreend the stock market.
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we're back now with "gma's" girl power series. we're teaming up with qu9 seven teen" magazine. rachel fox is a teen actress making it big on the screen. she's also scoring on the stock market adds well. she's sharing her financial secrets for your kids. take a look. >> you want me to have fun, buy me this. >> reporter: it was a breakout role that launched rachel fox into hollywood. >> my mom says you see that. >> reporter: when she's not on the big screen, the 19-year-old stays busy as a stock day trade person how you to go from being on sets with daniel craig, felicity huffman, to day-trading at your computer.
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>> i get interested in things and learn about them. >> reporter: if you had to choose? >> i don't. so i'm not going to. >> reporter: she laughs but her success is no joke. she's one of "time's" most influential teens. just this month -- if she has her own ted talk. >> now you're on to something. >> reporter: at the age of 15, she talk e herself. he returns beat the s&p 500. when was that moment where you wept, i just made a ton of money. andky do this. >> after a year, i kind of looked back and was like, wow. i lost stuff here. made stuff here. this is cool. over all, i have a skill now. >> reporter: how do you dee side where you put your money? >> i will definitely pay attention to what is going on in pop culture a lot. what is nobody talking about in
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companies will do well. being a young investor has huge advantages. >> reporter: now she's writing about what she's learned with fox on stocks. for a lot of teens, and especially girls, fitnesses nances and financial matters are not on top. >> let the enthusiasm take you. there's no females in the world or industry, i'm going to do it any way. >> reporter: why is it important for you to break down the stereotypes for women and finance? >> because having one industry with only one type of gender or you need diversity. a full-time job. flat platform the try to pave the way for young girls.
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>> the confidence not to ask for permission and not feel enclosed in by a stereotype. >> reporter: and in the world of finance, how do you use your girl power? >> basically being female who is still a teenager. talking about investing. and just trying pave the way for other people who want to do it, too. >> reporter: and let's hope she is. >> you want some -- >> any tips. she gets up at 5:30 every morning and works until 1:00 in the afternoon when the markets close in california.
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quick reminder. tomorrow, the westminster best live. >> cannot wait for that. bulldog.
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morning one local small business owner is asking for your help tracking down shoplifters. these guys got away with $20,000 worth of merchandise. in the video you can see the pair a man and woman stealing from clothes right off the rack. it happened on saturday. one in cherry creek, one in boulder. this is a closer look at the suspects. time now to check on the forecast with lisa. >> it's almost 9:00. we're ii the mid to upper 30s. winds around 5-10 mills per hour. you can see the cloud cover right now. that is a view from the airport. mid to upper 30s up and ddwn the front range including fort collins and boulder where it's a little breezy. not as bad as yesterday but we will see wind speeds at 15-30 miles per hour today. look at our highs though. fort collins and boulder 61. denver 64. and in greeley today a high of 55 hey. looking ahead gets even warmer. tomorrow we're in the mid to upper 60s. calmer again on wednesday.
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jason, that will put us about 25 degrees above normal. >> and not a fun drive. it feels like we will take 25 years to get to the denver tech center. we've hhd problems on i-25. look at the heavy traffic on both sides of the highway. definitely not a holiday drive. you can see the red around that accident we had right by alameda. still a look at the drive downtown at the denver tech center. it is long and slow unfort fatly 40 minutes from colfax down to c-470 and most of that time is spent between colfax and i-225. most will be spent near parker `oad and i-25 around 15-20 minutes there. heavy stop and go traffic on parts of c-470, i-70. north side of town you are looking at 15-20 minutes. 270 is pretty busy.
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