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donald trump holding a massive rally in bernie sanders' backyard. thousands lining up for hours to see the front-runner. protesters interrupted the fiery billionaire. >> get him out of here. don't give him his coat. keep his coat. >> as trump launches a new attack on hillary and bill clinton. double punch of arctic air. that storm in the west dumping 30 inches of snow. now temperatures set to plunge across the country. windchills 30 below zero and the nfl bracing for one of its coldest games ever. and powerball mania taking over the country. people waiting for hours to buy tickets. >> right there, right there. there's a winner. there's a winner. >> hoping to beat the odds and win the biggest jackpot ever. this morning, what you need to know before you jump into that office pool. we hit the jackpot because amy is back. >> yay. >> incredible trip.
lifetime. i encourage everyone to see iceland at one point in your life. it is worldly. you don't feel like you're on this planet. >> it was really spectacular. great job. >> thank you very much. >> we are glad you're back. >> i know you were concerned. we all were. >> don't go any closer. >> you know, the good news is you can still hit that jackpot, yeah, we have powerball fever. we've got our own lottery machine here this morning and important tips to protect you from your co-workers in your office pool in case you do strike it rich. that's ahead. >> that's one aspect of the story. we begin with that breaking news overnight. united airlines flight diverted after that passenger got completely out of control forcing the plane to land in detroit where she was carried off by police. kerley has all the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. anxious moments.
board this jetliner which was leading to the emerge divorcedy diversion to detroit. >> [ bleep ] you. [ bleep ]. >> reporter: an unruly female passenger, hog-tied escorted off a united airlines flight after attacking a flight attendant leading to an emergency landing. >> do you need any other assistance besides just police at the gate? >> reporter: it had 69 passengers and 4 crew members and took off from new york just after 7:00 p.m. headed for chicago but 30 minutes into the flight the female passenger asks if she could get off the plane. when a flight attendant says no. passengers say the woman erupted. >> she attacked the flight attendant and some guy used his neck tie to tie her wrists or her ankles. >> she scratched my face. >> reporter: the woman attacked another passenger. that's when three others jump into action able to subdue her as the pilots divert to detroit where they're met by police. >> went right to the back of the plane. put her in handcuffs and picked her up and pulled her off. >> passengers seemed relieved to have it all over.
was still in custody in detroit. there are reports that onboard during the incident she screechinged she was by polar. the rest of the passengers kofnted on to chick. robin. >> hope she gets the help she needs. all right, david, thank you. now to major terror arrests overnight. federal authorities taking two refugees into custody on terror charges. one in texas, the other in california. texas lieutenant governor dan patrick claiming the arrest may have prevented a catastrophic terror related event. and save countless lives. abc senior justice correspondent pierre thomas has the latest and joins us from washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: overnight the fbi making two more isis-related arrests with suspects taken down in sacramento and houston. while there's no evidence yet the men were plotting an attack inside the u.s., authorities are deeply concerned about their association with isis and the potential for future threats. both suspects are iraqi refugees and political leaders in texas immediately raised concerns about the administration's efforts to bring in more
from syria. the men are among at least seven suspects here at home accused of ties to isis in less than a month including a maryland man who was allegedly given more than $8,000 from an overseas operative for a u.s.-based attack. the terror concern is so high the senior administration officials including the fbi director are expected to meet with tech leaders in silicon valley today to discuss encryption, the isis use of social media to recruit right here at home. robin. >> very important meeting today, all right, pierre. >> top national secure threat. the race for president right now and one of the biggest crowds yet for donald trump in a pretty surprising place, the liberal hometown of bernie sanders. look at those lines in burlington, vermont, to see trump's latest attacks on the clintons and a lot more. abc's jon karl there for all the action. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. burlington is one of the most liberal cities in america. this is the place that first
socialist mayor three decades ago but for a little while last night it almost looked like trump territory. >> wow. what a beautiful group of people. >> reporter: rallying the faithful in vermont last night he tried out a new call. in response to one of his favorite lines. >> who's going to pay for the wall. >> all: mexico. >> who's going to pay for the wall? >> all: mexico. >> i've never done that before. >> reporter: but in bernie sanders' backyard -- >> get him out. take him out. >> reporter: he was repeatedly interrupted by protesters who infiltrated the rally. >> get them out of here. don't give him his coat. keep his coat. >> reporter: while protesters aimed their fire at trump he targeted the democratic front-runner. >> i have my mind set on hillary. i do have my mind set. >> reporter: trump indeed has had his mind on hillary and her husband, former president bill clinton. >> our human rights. >> reporter: new trump campaign video entitled hillary and her friends shows clinton with
weiner and bill cosby and bill clinton with monica lewinsky. on the campaign trail in iowa, bill clinton ignored the attack. >> if he wins the republican nomination we'll have plenty of time to talk about it if hillary wins. >> reporter: back in vermont the trump spectacle was in full force hundreds lining up for hours to see the gop front-runner. it doesn't start for another four hours but there's already a line of people here as far as the eye can see. many here were die-hard supporters coming to see trump for the first time, others were still on the fence. >> i've never actually heard much of him other than you're fired. >> reporter: a new controversy brewing in maine where the state's governor paul lepage, a chris christie supporter said this about drug traffickers in his state. >> these are guys by the name d-money, smoothy, shifty. >> then added this. >> half the time they impregnate a young white girl before they leave. >> reporter: governor lepage's comments sparked a firestorm of
among those weighing in was hillary clinton who said quote, lepage's racist rants sadly distract from efforts to address one of our nation's most pressing problems. george. >> let's bring in matthew dowd right now. matthew, you see donald trump up in burlington, vermont. what is going on here? it's actually a pretty shrewd move. >> i think it's a really shrewd move. for a couple of reasons. bernie sanders and donald trump both are fishing from a similar pond which is independent voters who are working class whites. that's very similar set of voters. i think the fascinating thing the two anti-establishment outsider candidates the most are drawing the biggest crowds in this race. it's almost as if the visiting team which is the outsiders are drawing more fans than the home team which is the establishment in this nomination process. but i think fundamentally, george, what we have to figure out with the phenomenon of donald trump and bernie sanders is can they translate rallies into results? >> we first have the first votes in about three weeks.
linking him to bill cosby, anthony weiner, clinton not responding but could that blunt the democrats's hope to make this war on women an issue in the general election? >> well, i think it does two things. first i think it helps donald trump in the republican primary because the republicans don't like bill clinton or hillary clinton so i think it helps him there. but i think the second thing it does more than a scandal it reinforces that these are the candidates of the past. that hillary clinton is the candidate of the past and as you know, george, in any election people want to vote future and not the past and if they can do that, the republicans can do that to the clintons then they're going to be a leg up in the general election next year. >> matthew dowd, thanks very much. a lot more on "this week" including our guest marco rubio. >> we'll be watching. the candidates keeping their eye on wall street after the worst start to the year ever. that trouble in china fueling worldwide fears. linsey davis is at the new york stock exchange with the latest. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning,
what a day a day makes. the dow opening up about 100 points after a rough one on wall street yesterday where we saw drops of 400 points during the day and closing down more than 2% and the dow was actually down more than 5% since the beginning of the year, largely due to china. global unrest and falling oil prices are causing a ripple effect in u.s. markets, but some good news from china this morning after a 7% drop yesterday that halted chinese markets after just 14 minutes of trading, chinese markets closed up today and perhaps that'll give some calm to jittery robin. here now more on this is liz claman, anchor of "countdown to the closing bell" on fox. you wanted to address china. circuit breakers that actually helped. >> you know, it's so fascinating to see that china is going through very sharp growing pains trying to be a communist nation but at the same time trying to be a capitalist nation with their markets.
circuit breakers put into place and would trigger and shut down the markets if there was a precipitous fall. twice this week the circuit breakers shut everything down to give a pause but guess what, it worked in the complete opposite it incited panic and the markets started to fall so this is -- this is a bizarre behavior and too much heavy-handed intervention on behalf of the chinese. >> a little bit of panic here, especially when it comes to american 401(k)s. the average american 401(k) has dropped $4500. what's your advice? >> well, the advice is don't open your envelopes for this month. it's been an ugly first opening as you just heard. it's the worst opening for the dow for the year that we've ever seen. so, what you want to do is just sit tight for the moment and not worry. now, why should people think that what happens in china affects us? it's not like vegas, what stays in vegas, it's now affecting us as a global market. any companies that have a u.s. standing but global footprint
kentucky fried chicken in china, big chinese exposure and you may very well own those stocks, so these are still good companies going through a slight blip in a tough time. >> fox business network has the next republican debate coming up on thursday. you think the focus will shift from terrorism to the economy. >> absolutely believe it does. how could it not? people vote their wallets in the end. >> great to see you, liz. >> good to see you. >> you can see the fox business network, the next republican debate coming up on thursday. george. >> thanks, robin. we turn to tonya couch, the mother of the affluenza teen back in texas this morning in court to face charges that she helped her son skip probation and hide out in mexico. abc's matt gutman has been on the case from the start and joins us now with the latest. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. that's right, tonya couch will be arraigned this morning charged with helping her son flee to mexico, becoming america's most wanted mom. now, texas authorities taking a special interest in her setting bond at a million dollars, the sheriff even escorting her to jail himself.
years. this morning, tonya couch is in this texas jail flown from los angeles to texas aboard this boeing 787 dreamliner and escorted like a celebrity suspect on a special staircase off the plane and into a sheriff's van waiting right on the tarmac. the suburban mom with a red ringlets wearing a jacket over her handcuffs. >> she was very quiet, very reserved. she was respectful. >> reporter: brought to the jail by the sheriff himself. >> her attitude was cooperative. surprisingly she was very appreciative. >> expected to be arraigned this morning on the charge of hindering the apprehension of her son, ethan couch known as the affluenza teen who needed guilty in 2013 to killing four people in a drunk driving crash. the pair took off from texas in early december in tonya's truck bound for mexico. staying at this resort and partying at this strip joint
ethan racked up a $1,000 tab one night he couldn't pay. authorities finally catching up with him on this street on december 28th. but this morning, ethan is still in mexico fighting deportation back to texas. he's wanted for violating his probation. now, tonya's lawyer insists her client violated no laws and tells me there's no way tonya can make that million dollar bails. she calls it excessive and will fight to get it lowered. now that she's divorced from ethan's father, the affluenza mom isn't so affluent. >> matt gutman, thanks very much. amy is back with the other top stories. an attack on a police officer in philadelphia. >> the police commissioner is calling it one of the scariest things he's seen. a police officer ambushed at a busy intersection. police say the man walked right up to officer jesse hartnett's patrol car and fired 13 shots hitting him three times. the commissioner says it is amazing the officer survived. he managed to shoot back and
president obama is defending his executive actions on gun control during a town hall meeting in virginia. he denied any suggestion of a conspiracy against gun owners' rights and said he's willing to meet with the nra. >> i've said this repeatedly, i'm happy to meet with them and talk to them but the conversation has to be based on facts and truth and what we're proposing, not some, you know, imaginary fiction in which obama is trying to take away your guns. >> the president said he will not support any congressional candidate who opposes gun reform. one of america's most powerful air to ground weapons has ended up in cuba by mistake. "the wall street journal" reports an inactive hellfire missile was shipped to europe for training purposes then disappeared until showing up in cuba raising concerns that the cubans may have shared that technology with russia or north korea. and finally, when is the
why am i asking? for this guy it's been a while. take a look. he did not realize his own strength and he took down, whoo, the ceiling panels. his friends laugh as we are having and i hope you are having at home, as well. yeah, that redefines gutter ball. is that a ceiling ball? that would be a ceiling ball. >> that guy is awful. slippery fingers. >> never seen anything like that. >> did he get a strike? >> thank you, amy. good to have you back. now to powerball mania. gripping the nation. people lining up for hours to buy tickets for a chance to win that $700 million jackpot and it could go even higher before tomorrow night's drawing. now, abc's t.j. holmes, he stopped buying tickets long enough to join us here in the studio. >> i got to get back. this right here, guys, is what dreams are made of. now, this isn't the actual powerball machine they're going to use for the drawing. it's down in florida and keep a
thing and who even is in the same room with it and they might want to add some more security because a $1 billion jackpot is right around the corner. >> get ready, everybody. >> reporter: the biggest jackpot ever. now at $700 million and counting. >> right there. right there. there's a winner. >> reporter: no, probably not a winner. still, these people aren't deterred by the odds. waiting over two hours in crazy long lines in prim, nevada. >> a lot of people. just everybody's got a dream and hopes. >> well worth the wait if we win. >> next. >> reporter: we've now gone 18 drawings since someone hit a jackpot ensuring that the numbers will be historymaking. >> we're in uncharted territory. this is a world record jackpot. we're at levels we've never seen before and we're going to be carefully monitoring sales tomorrow to see just how people react. >> reporter: and why such a long well, because the game has
let me explain. you still have to match five white balls and one red ball to win the jackpot but in october the number of white balls in the drum went up from 59 to 69 but the number of red balls went down from 35 to 26. get it? well, all you really need to know changes resulted in your jackpot chances from 1 in 175 million to 1 in 292 million. guys, before the drawing on wednesday they were selling tickets at a rate of 500,000 every single hour. so we got this big jackpot, 700 million. it could get to a billion certainly by next week but probably go up by saturday. >> a lot of people have office pools and you'll give us the dos and don'ts. >> this "gma" family could break up real fast if we win the lottery. some stuff you need to know. >> that's okay. you won't be coming back. thanks, t.j. rob and, boy, this bitter blast across the midwest. watch out for the football game in minnesota.
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it's 7:26. we've been covering breaking news out of teglia's paradaise park in reno all morning-- where a 19-year-old man fell into an icy pond. kolo 8 news now's rebecca kitchen joins us live with more on what happened. the reno fire department conducted a water rescue at teglia's paradise park in reno. kolo 8 news now spoke with officer smith from the reno police
a 19 year old man fell through a frozen lake at the park just before 3:30 a.m. on january 8th. our crew on scene says the man was pulled from the lake and was transported to a hospital. man was under water and here's lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. quiet weather expected today before another weak pacific storm moves through late tonight into saturday with accumulating snowfall expected across the sierra and light snow possible across western nevada. a couple more weak storms are possible next week with temperatures remaining below normal. current ir satellite imagery showing a widespread area of low stratus across much of western nevada. some of the decks have lowered to the surface across carson city and through the carson valley this morning with visibility at the minden airport having already dipped near 1/4 mile. some clearing is evident across lassen county through the tahoe basin which may
in "pop news." >> thank you, robin. >> there's not a lot to tell. but the little bit, everyone will be happy. >> it's yours. >> it is yours. >> thanks, robin. >> looking forward to that. right now donald trump attacking hillary and bill clinton at a massive rally in vermont overnight. thousands of supporters showing up. many waiting hours to get in. a lot of protesters, as well. donald trump reached out to them or at least spoke out about them last night. also this morning, white house responding to that petition from fans of netflix hit "making a murderer." more than 130,000 people demanding a presidential pardon. the white house says the president can't do it. says the two men are state prisoners. he has no jurisdiction. we love when t.j. hangs out with us standing by with a lot more on that powerball jackpot. what you need to know before getting in that office pool. >> that is coming up. we begin with new details in the case of that north carolina woman and her ex-fbi agent father charged with murdering her husband. this morning we're hearing the 911 call for the first time learning more about what officers found at the scene. abc's linzie janis here with the
good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. the dramatic 911 recording was released by authorities overnight and in it we hear the former fbi agent for the first time explain why he killed his son-in-law with a baseball bat. >> my daughter's husband, my son-in-law got in a fight with my daughter. i intervened and i think he's in bad shape. >> reporter: calm and collected. that's former fbi agent tom martens telling a 911 dispatcher he may have beaten his son-in-law to death. >> what do you mean he's in bad shape. >> he's bleeding all over and i may have killed him. >> reporter: in this newly released 911 call for the first time we hear martens' direct account of what happened to 39-year-old jason corbett on the night of august 2nd. >> what happened? >> i hit him in the head with a baseball bat. he was choking my daughter. he said i'm going to kill her. >> reporter: when officers arrived on the scene martens told them he was woken up by an
31-year-old daughter molly martens corbett. >> okay. >> you can hear her sobbing in the background. then following the dispatcher's request to try cpr on her husband. >> i'm certified. i just can't think. one, two, three, four. >> reporter: corbett was pronounced dead at the scene. the father and daughter now charged with second degree murder and voluntary manslaughter say it was self-defense. but in a search warrant just obtained by abc news the officer writes that the struggle described by tom martens was not consistent with the evidence at the scene. while the criminal case is just beginning, martens corbett is contesting a judge's decision to award custody of her husband's two children of a previous marriage to relatives in ireland. those relatives telling a court they believe molly had a violent temper and had been physical with the kids even. her family denied those
>> molly was a wonderful mother. that wasn't any part of her character. >> molly martens corbett says she deserves custody of those children because she raised them for the last eight years. they call her mother. her and her father plan to plead not guilty. >> thanks very much. george now to a deadly love triangle and the woman caught in the middle of it all speaking out and ryan smith is here with her story. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: the murder of dr. joseph sonnier stunned everyone including his girlfriend richelle shetina. authorities found he was an innocent victim of a disturbing scheme in a case of jealousy and obsession spinning out of control. >> i was in shock. i was devastated. >> reporter: she was an unwitting part of a bizarre love triangle. >> evil followed me straight to joseph's door. >> reporter: and this morning richelle shetina girlfriend of
dr. joseph sonnier found stabbed and shot to death in his upscale lubbock home is speaking exclusively to abc. about the man convicted in his killing. her ex-boyfriend. dr. michael dixon. >> there was an ugliness from him to me. >> reporter: it's a tale of jealousy, obsession and revenge. dixon prosecutors say was in love with shetina, desperate to split up her relationship and hired his friend ex-con dave shepard to kill sonnier. it's a claim dixon's lawyers vigorously deny. >> mike dixon never wanted that >> reporter: days afterwards shepard confesses. >> i check his pulse in his neck. he's dead. >> reporter: implicating his buddy. >> he wanted him hurt and then it gradually developed into having him killed. >> reporter: shepard saying dixon paid him three bars of silver and a box of cubans for the hit.
is arrested charged with capital murder. shetina says she'll never forget that phone call. >> my knees literally collapsed and i just kind of sank to the floor. and i cried and i screamed. >> reporter: last november dixon is found guilty on two counts of capital murder. his attorneys still maintain his innocence. but shetina says this case provides an important lesson. >> there are real sociopaths and psychopaths that walk amongst us. >> reporter: now dixon's lawyers and his son tell us that shepard acted alone. their client never ordered the hit. his lawyers are appealing this verdict and as for his buddy shepard he is in prison for life. for the first time his daughters are also speaking out exclusively to us not only do they fully support the victim's family but they actually tell us how they had to apologize for what their father did and some of them are teenagers. >> there's so much to the story, ryan.
>> full hour on this -- we really talk to the children. see what happens to the victims of crime and the families all involved. >> all right. thank you so much. ryan. you will see that tonight on "20/20." coming up, ikea under fire facing a lawsuit after deadly accidents involving their furniture. a reporter with the latest. are they doing enough to make sure their products are safe. mysterious cause of natalie cole's death has been revealed. we'll have what her family is saying about it now. saying about it now. when you're on vacation, it's time to play. so at hilton we say play hooky from your regular monday. and while you're at it, play hooky from the ordinary. the uninspired. the routine. but mostly, just play. when you plan a vacation at any one of hilton's 12 distinct brands, you always get the lowest price. only when you book direct
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homes. furniture tipping and falling on children. in two wrongful death lawsuits one filed days ago and another in may of last year, the family of camden ellis and curren collas both 2 say they were crushed by falling ikea dressers. the lawsuits claim ikea knew the furniture lacked counterbalancing weight causing the dresser to be top heavy and front heavy something ikea denies. the federal government says it's not just ikea, falling furniture and tvs send a child to the hospital every 24 minutes and every two weeks one is killed. >> i went to wake him from his nap at dinnertime and found him under his dresser. >> last summer the cpsc and ikea announced 27 million chest and dressers were potentially unsafe if unsecured. instead of a recall they launched their secure it program giving away free anchor kits.
are the brackets they say you must use in order to anchor it to the wall but it's voluntary and if you don't do it, this is what can happen. ikea says it won't comment on the pending litigation but that they are committed to product safety and educating our customers about the need to properly secure chests of drawers to the wall. >> the anchor kits are not enough. the first thing they need to do is design in safety. >> the two families hoping to keep furniture built as modern and inexpensive from being deadly. clayton sandell,
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>> yeah, it will. there is a record powerball jackpot we're talking about. certainly no one will complain if they win $700 million, right. it could cause problems especially if -- notice we didn't talk about an office pool here. t.j. is back to tell us what we need to know if we're part of one. what is that, t.j.? >> i love you guys, you, george, lara, robach, rob. you've embraced me like family but let me introduce you to the family breaker-upper. if we had to split $700 million, all bets are off. there's not a good chance you will win your office pool but you better be ready just in case. the lottery office pool seems like good, clean fun until you actually win. and the fighting begins. this group of california co-workers barely had time to celebrate their $315 million prize when they were sued by four co-workers who claimed they had oral agreements to be part of the office pool. then this construction worker in new jersey, he was in charge of
his work pool but without telling anyone claimed a $38 million jackpot as his alone. he was sued and lost. confusion, lack of clarity, miscommunication and greed can come into play when hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake. i went to the office of home polish where 15 of the interior designers are in the powerball pool. or is it 16? are you in the pool? >> i thought i was in the pool. >> you don't know if the boss is in the pool? >> we don't know. we have it written down. >> reporter: this is the most unprepared pool i've ever seen. the group has just gone in together on 77 powerball tickets with no plan of what they'd do if they actually won. >> we'll work it out. >> but it's not all bad. this real estate office in florida hit it big and even though the new girl had no money for a ticket, they still cut her in. >> the fact that we got to share in an experience most never have in a lifetime winning a
>> reporter: now they're all really good, really rich friends and ready to get even richer. >> i feel 100% confident that in this group of lottery tickets we will hit the 700 million. >> reporter: all right. let me give you an example how quickly this could go sideways. there are six of us here. if i say i'm going to pool our tickets, everybody gives me cash but, robach who is a friend, i don't have any cash. >> can you spot me? >> we win. what do we do with her now? >> cut her out. >> oh! >> spotting her, it's cool but you'll be in court saying, judge, she didn't give us the cash. that's what happened. >> then the lawyers -- >> you had an oral contract. you said you could spot her. >> you say you do but -- >> a deal is a deal. >> if we split the jackpot six ways it's one thing, if we split it five ways we get 15 million more if she's out. >> we love you so much. >> tips. lottery lawyer said get a copy of the ticket to everyone in the group.
it, e-mail it around. an easy way to do it. if you win sign the back of the ticket and keep a copy of it. >> everybody has to sign it. >> everybody needs to sign it but keep quiet. you want to tell everybody -- >> i love how we're treating it like it's real. >> it could work. >> a minute to win it. >> this has been my whole week, george. don't kill it for me. >> this is your new beat. >> i'll stick with scratch-offs. in our next hour, we have thanks, t.j. >> a showdown. >> a showdown. thanks, t.j.ess joint pain. and clearer skin. this is my body of proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis with humira. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further joint damage and clear skin in many adults. doctors have been prescribing
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am i wrong breast-feeding battle. alyssa milano and wendy williams clashing on camera about whether you should do it in public. >> i don't need to see that. >> why? >> because i just don't want to. >> so many divided right now. we'll weigh in. and the mysterious cause of natalie cole's death revealed. what her family is saying now about the superstar's last days. and live in times square, "the lion king" versus "aladdin." arabian nights their sing-off at an airport went viral. now they're going head-to-head live with an epic twist. it's a whole new world of "hakuna matata." get ready for the song showdown here as we say --
>> i got to tell you, folks, it has been a wonderful morning. we've heard music through the halls. it's the musical stars from "the lion king" and "aladdin." more joining us live for a musical and magical, magical morning. >> it is going to be magical and, remember, a lot of you probably did see this summer that moment we just showed. there it was at the airport. two casts going head-to-head right there at the airport. a little bit of a sing-off and they're going to do it here live in times square in just a little bit. >> "west side story." i mean, everybody wins including us because both shows have such great music singing all morning. then we'll switch gears. many of you are weighing in on a breast-feeding battle that is booming between alyssa milano and wendy williams. we want to know what you think. go to our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and weigh in. please. we'll have that story coming up. >> it was really when they -- they went at it pretty good.
>> both very strong opinions on either side. i would imagine that a lot of you do, as well. >> a lot of people do, right.
so let's get over there. we also have this morning superstar tyler perry. he's going to be joining us. he has done it all. he's a father too now. he's going to be joining us live. we cannot wait to talk with mr. tyler perry. >> looking forward to that. now, let's get the morning rundown from amy. >> good morning, everyone. the big story this morning, the two men with suspected
ties to isis have been arrested in california and texas. a 23-year-old iraqi man in custody in sacramento came to the u.s. as a refugee and is accused of traveling back to syria to fight with terrorist organizations and then lying about it to immigration officials and then a suspect arrested in houston is accused of supporting isis even getting trained on machine guns and then lying about it during his interview for american citizenship. well, those arrests come as some of the top members of president obama's national security team meet with ceos in silicon valley today. they will meet with executives at apple, facebook, twitter and others to discuss how to stop terrorists from recruiting online with encrypted messages.
the paris terror attacks. prosecutors in belgium now say an apartment in brussels likely served as the attacker's bomb factory. police found bombmaking equipment and a fingerprint they say belongs to the fugitive ringleader of the plot. important economic news to digest this morning. 292,000 jobs were created last month, far more than expected but the unemployment rate remains at 5%. also today encouraging news from asia where stocks rebounded after thursday's losses. and this morning, natalie cole's family confirming the singer died of heart failure brought on by a rare lung disease. cole was diagnosed with the condition shortly after a kidney transplant back in 2009. her funeral is monday in los angeles. and police across the country are trying to crack down on the growing black market for baby formula. they say formula has become a prime target for thieves like this man who took it from store shelves, repackaged it and then resold it to unsuspecting parents.
confiscated more than 400 cans of stolen formula, a value between $8,000 and $10,000. and finally, if you win the lottery on saturday, do you think that you could keep it a secret from your spouse for three weeks? well, that is exactly what a guy in missouri did. robert bowlen won $2 million in the state lottery back on december 3rd. he kept it a secret from his wife, from everyone so he could surprise her on christmas morning. the happy couple have three kids and two grandkids. no word on how they plan on spending all that money. he did collect it on december 29th, so i'm sure they have some -- good gifts come in small boxes or in envelopes. either way. >> either way. at least he didn't keep it from her forever. >> i was going to say. >> at first we're like, whoa, where is this going? >> i started reading that story. it's so amazing. >> ali would like the surprise. she might be a little annoyed at me too. >> you didn't tell me. >> thank you, amy. now to a headline grabbing a
a 54-year-old woman who gave birth to her granddaughter acting as a surrogate for her daughter who struggled for years to have a baby. abc's kayna whitworth has that story for us. >> reporter: three generations of women, brought together by the ultimate labor of love. >> she gave us the best gift ever. >> reporter: after years of infertility and miscarriages kelley mckissack was desperate to become a mother. that's when she says her own mom stepped in volunteering as a surrogate. >> this opportunity came up. it was something that god presented to us and we took it and we ran. >> reporter: at 54 with two children of her own all grown up, tracey thompson says this pregnancy was no easy feat. >> it was difficult. i wasn't 20 years old and pregnant. the therapy that i had to go through wasn't a piece of cake. >> reporter: but following many heartaches for kelley, finally a miracle. doctors at the medical center of plano performing a c-section tuesday afternoon. >> something i will never
it was amazing. >> reporter: baby kelcey entering the world. the little bundle of joy named after two women who carried her in their heart for so long. for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, new york. >> i love seeing amy's face. she's just beaming like many of us are. let's bring in abc's chief women's health correspondent dr. jennifer ashton. >> i'm almost crying. >> not the first time this happened but very, very happy for them. from a medical standpoint, jen, what does it take, 54 years old having gone through menopause to be able to carry a child. >> think of it really as not too different from a younger woman who goes through the ivf cycle. obviously a woman of this age needs hormone therapy. she needs estrogen and progesterone in advance to prepare for the embryo transfer. she needs a donor egg, so in this case she used her daughter's egg and she needs to be in good health. no medical issues and last night i spoke to the chief of infertility at usc. for women 55 and under, as long as there's no medical problems they do pretty well.
how difficult could it be at this point? >> well, look, pregnancy is as i say often an athletic event so for the mom they really do need to be in good shape. it is a high risk pregnancy. there is no question. the mom does face increased risk of pre-eclampsia, diabetes in pregnancy, c-section and from the limited data that we have, the babies tend to do pretty well. and, robin, this is just an example of how the specialty of ob/gyn can be such a happy field. it's a great story. >> you were saying there probably was not a dry eye in the operating room. >> i guarantee you. >> it has been a very busy week for you. >> yes, it has. here we go. >> she's going to be back on twitter for you throughout the morning. you can tweet her @drjashton or you can go to "gma's" facebook page, as well. let's see what's next with lara. >> thank you, robin. >> here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." two superstars clashing over breast-feeding in public. who is right, who is wrong? we want you to weigh in, as well. and tyler perry, the superstar actor, writer,
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we w we welcome you back to "gma." and it's a topic that's dividing a lot of people this morning, breast-feeding in public. actress alyssa milano and wendy williams clashing over it on wendy's show. abc's juju chang is here with all of that. good morning, juju. >> good morning, robin. well, let's face it, wendy williams is known for being highly opinionated and her legions of fans love her precisely because she's not afraid to share those opinions, especially if she goes toe to toe on a hot button issue like breast-feeding in public. >> i don't need to see that. >> why? >> because i just don't want to. >> reporter: is it okay to breast-feed in public? talk show host wendy williams doesn't think so. williams suddenly at odds this week with her own guest, alyssa milano, on her own program "the wendy williams show."
months and son milo 4 is a devoted breast-feeder frequently posting lactating photos on >> what i would do is go to the >> you would go feed your baby >> yes. >> reporter: for four minutes the two tangled over the issue a long simmering flash point among men and women. >> pictures of my breast-feeding journey since she was a baby and some you see more than that one. >> no, i have a stack stack in my office. >> reporter: even though 49 states have passed laws allowing breast-feeding in public, wendy's opinion that it's not proper to do so in public is not uncommon, even among moms. but milano doesn't let it end there. she asks why is it okay to show miley cyrus wearing this but it's not okay to see a woman nursing? >> i don't know why i feel this way. i just feel like, you know -- i'm a mom also but, you know, breast-feeding is only a particular amount of time. the rest of your life your breasts are sexual things and i just --
i mean biologically they're not made for sexual things. that's what we've done to them. you're lucky the baby is not here. i'd whip them out right here and feed them on your show. >> she felt that breasts are a sexual thing. they are but they're also a nurturing kind of thing. can't they be both? >> alyssa milano getting right to it. you know, our midwife expert says there's often a generation divide often whose sensibilities might be offended by breast-feeding in public. meanwhile, alyssa milano and wendy williams tweeted back and forth their love for each other after their heated conversation. wendy saying, i loved our conversation. >> it's okay to disagree. >> yeah. >> i mean -- >> it's so personal. >> rob. >> i'm taking your cue, george. >> there's no winning. >> i would love to hear from you. i would love to hear what men think on this. i think we women were sort of talking about it but what do men think? do they feel embarrassed or shy when they see it or do they think it's part of nature? >> i take the cue from the person who's breast-feeding. >> yeah. well done. >> we have no idea what it's
impossible for us to be in your shoes and so do what you need to do. >> and this is why we love you two. thank you. >> you're a great moderator, lara. love how you set the table. not only are we asking you guys, we asked you at home is it okay to breast-feed in public. 62% of you said yes and 38% of you said no. >> there you have it. >> there you have it. >> thank you, juju. amy back, welcome back from iceland. we loved watching. we loved learning so much about what is happening up there. but you had a lot of different things to talk about. you had to stay warm. >> yep. >> you had to stay safe. you couldn't fall into that sinkhole. >> that was the most important thing, george. >> yeah. and you had to learn how to pronounce the names of those glaciers. >> yes, it was a little tough. that's an understatement. i actually had a lot of help from some of our icelandic friends before i went ahead with those very -- i mean, there are so many consonants. i got help. take a look. >> all right. arnie, give me that pronouncer one more time.
>> yes. >> breioamerkurjokull. >> breioamerkurjokull. >> breioamerkurjokull. >> oh, my god, i'm never going to get it. >> breio. >> breio. >> amerkur. >> amerkur. >> jokull. >> jokull. can't i just say it softly. no one will know i'm not saying it perfectly right. >> breioamerkurjokull. >> easy. >> that was right before he climbed down that massive ice tunnel. he was such a good sport. breioamerkurjokull. >> you got it. >> you did it. >> i mean eventually i figured it out. i said it about a million times before i went on air. by the way, that drone footage. like how incredible was that to see the perspective? >> amazing. >> we want to thank dgi because their expertise flying the drones brought it home to everybody watching and also something i wanted to share with you on our way to these massive beautiful glaciers, we got a treat. look at this. icelandic horses, i called
ponies and was quickly correctly by arnie saying, they aren't ponies. they're horses and so sweet and so friendly. and majestic, right. they just came right up to us. yes. well, there are farms all throughout iceland with these beautiful horses. and they're just such a sight to take in. >> they are gorgeous. >> by the way, you see how it looks like it's sunset. it's sunset for five hours straight. the skies are sweeping and beautiful. >> that's what i remember, the sun was always -- it was always light out, right? >> dark and so it's -- >> i knew it was something. there was a lot of vodka involved. >> what do you got? >> those images, incredible to illustrate global warming. you did a great job up there. pronounce just kind of mumble i got that one, ventura. huge waves. we still have big surf that will hours. another storm coming in, not today, thankfully a bit of a break but tomorrow significant rain from san francisco back to san diego. some snow this morning in denver and salt lake city and severe weather across parts of the
so >> all right. let's get it over to robin in the social square. >> oh, i'm having a good time because i'm with my good friend, tyler perry. he's pretty much owning -- get that -- owning cable tv with two hit shows on the oprah winfrey network. his comedy "love thy neighbor" and "the haves and have-nots" and a sneak peek at a new episode. >> david, sometimes we have to punish the people we love simply because we love them. believe me, if i punish her, there will be no love involved
>> i don't need to hear that. >> i need to hear you promise me that she will punished for this. >> i will not argue this with you. >> i'm telling you, welcome, tyler perry here. >> thank you. >> good to have you back here. >> you look great. >> thank you. >> you look fantastic. >> you're looking good. we'll talk about that. you don't have a dad bod. >> come on. i'm holding dad bod in right now. >> congratulations, tyler. >> thank you. >> i know how hard you work on these programs and to see how well received they are. why do you think they speak -- they resonate with so many people? >> i've got the best audience in the world. mine is a lot like country music audiences, so faithful. they've been right there and premiered last tuesday to over 3 million viewers on a network that's only four years old, almost four years old. it's pretty incredible. it's pretty incredible. >> but you also in "new york" magazine there was backlash and you addressed that and said you were kind of surprised that some people take offense to some of the characters especially in your films. >> yeah.
is that i think everybody has a right to tell their story no matter who you are, no matter where you come from and there's this section of our culture that decides who should speak and who shouldn't speak and who should have the right to tell their story and who shouldn't, and i think everybody in this country should have the right to tell their story and be seen and be represented in television fairly so that's my point of view. i write about the people that i know. i write about the people i've seen growing up and these are real human beings. most of them don't have ph.d.s but their stories are still valuable and important. >> and i think that's what touches with people because when you watch your work it's like you all -- everybody can see a little bit -- yes, exactly like that. and it just hits home like that. and you do your own writing, directing, all of that. i mean, how are you able to do all of that? >> i compartmentalize. when i sit down to write like this season i'm going to write 91 episodes myself. >> 91? >> 91. i have no writer's room. i sit and do it all myself and compartmentalize for a few weeks to write and direct for a few
so it works well throughout the year. >> busy because, you know, you have a beautiful 1-year-old son. i just saw the pictures. oh, you should see his hair and all that. how has fatherhood changed you? >> in every way. every cliche is true, everything they say is real, and this kid is my healer because i look at myself in his eyes and everything that i'm finding about growing up and the things that went wrong in my life, i get an opportunity to do them right for him, so he's my healer. like that. you're looking good. i know you've been posting some pictures. you said you're 18 pounds away. holidays. >> i'm 24 pounds away now. there. >> but i love how oprah is saying this should be the year of our best bodies. different things for different people. >> i didn't get that way -- why are you doing this, but talking to her about it, i get it. the passion of just who she is and where she's come from and all that she's been through, she
that every person that joins her is going to really go on that journey and get there. and i'm going to tell you right now, she's doing awesome. awesome. yeah, and if i can't get these 23 pounds -- >> you'll hear. >> hey, what do i need to get on this weight watchers with you. >> last thing i want to talk to you about, this project that i'm very excited about, "passion," which is a live tv event that will be palm sunday in your hometown of new orleans, the last hours of jesus christ. can you tell people more about what this will be about? >> i'm so tremendously excited about it and even for fox doing it because i saw clips of one done in europe. it was unreal to see people of faith walking down the street holding this cross and speaking the message of what the life of christ was about and it is about love and compassion for everyone. so to be a part of that and then finding out it was in my hometown of new orleans, i had to be a part of it. >> there's some iconic spots as madea would say hallelujah. >> hallelujah. praise the lord. praise the lordt with a "t."
>> the lordt. continued blessings and success in all you do. "the haves and have-nots" airs tuesday nights. >> on ownt with a "t." >> and "love thy neighbors" premieres tonight on on ownt. now time for "pop news" with lara. >> tyler, congratulations on the baby. congrats. always love having him. and love getting into a little "pop news" and last night's season premiere of "lip sync battle" was good or a queen, queen bey. channing tatum took on his wife with an epic performance lip-syncing beyonce's "run the world" and if the dance moves and the costume wasn't enough, he a secret weapon. "magic mike" had a secret weapon. beyonce showed up. surprising the crowd, that's not fair to do to your own wife. i mean, channing, that is not right. needless to say, channing
and took home the gold. >> pretty great. >> we want to say that beyonce is a very busy girl. you heard us tease it earlier, and robin kind enough to let me share it with you in "pop news." pepsi confirmed last night beyonce will be performing at the super bowl again. she never lets us down. she'll join coldplay on stage for the halftime show on february 7th. and there's a connection there. you may remember, beyonce recently collaborated with her dear friend chris martin and coldplay on their album, "a head full of dreams" which just came out. >> that is going to be a show. >> yeah. there's still those little buzzi rumors about bruno mars. that would be a threesome. yes, no kidding. so, anyway, we'll take just those two and be fantastic. a little funny for you on this friday. a cat with excellent feline reflexes but not so great eyesight. see that thing dangling. >> ah. >> there seems to be a little problem with depth perception. >> here comes a friend. >> yeah, he's trying to tell him, dude, you're nowhere close
>> he's shadow boxing. >> he's shadow boxing. he's getting ready -- >> he's directing it to come down. >> look at him. >> ain't happening, little fella. anyway, i just wanted to share that with you. and then also i just wanted to say i'm heading off to l.a. to the golden globes, we'll have our usual great coverage we always get a fabulous spot. kelly hagan, our producer extraordinaire gets us a great spot. we'll have every star all the fashion, more coming up on "gma." >> glam it up. fashion, more coming up on "gma." >> glam it up. >> glam it up. good morning. i'm amanda sanchez. i'm dave lawrence.
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would do all kind of locksmith stuff. i would hit the thing with the other thing till i made a different thing if i were a jolly blacksmith >> this is way too difficult. >> maybe try something easier. >> something super easy. if i were a "gma" anchor i would sit right here i could sit around like robin does and end here i would blah blah blah then i'd blah blah blah some more if i could just be like lara or amy i'd do that for sure >> oh. bravo. bravo. >> thank you. we blah, blah, blah all day long. >> they made me say those words. >> you didn't feel that yourself. >> timothy, king richard on "galavant" performing that original "if i were a "gma" anchor." karen david places isabella on "galavant," as well.
two just premiered. you got picked up for the next season. >> thank you very much. we are overjoyed we get to do this again. >> what can we expect? >> well, for richard personally he's now a king without a kingdom. he's lost his crown which we will find out this sunday when you watch and so for him it's all about this crisis of what's a king without subjects. >> sad songs we can expect. >> sad songs. >> karen, you play isabella, princess of valencia. i hear in this week's episode an evil wedding planner poisons you. >> yes. yeah. he puts a spell on the tiara and it gets on my head and all of a sudden you see a very different isabella for season two. the feisty princess is still there but she's very heartbroken because of that medieval amulet skype connection. it happens during those times. >> tell me about it. >> she got the wrong message and thinks ss galavant has dumped her? when i watch at home i'm laughing hysterically.
without cracking up? o or do you? >> no, we don't. >> i mess up takes. >> especially with this one. my shoulders are going up and down and i'm paralyzed because i'm trying to hold it in. >> if you ever don't know sing blah, blah, blah, and it sounds funny. timothy omundson and karen, thank you so much. two more episodes of "galavant" air at 8 p.m., 7:00 central on abc sunday. >> they are ready to go, "the lion king" and "aladdin." now we've shown you that sing-off that happened at the airport last summer. they're ready to do it live. first i want to talk to adam jacobs from "aladdin." not only from "aladdin" but lion liebel. the only one that played both roles. >> i played simba a few years ago and starring with "aladdin" on broadway. >> tell us about the sing-off.
>> we were on the way to perform at this conference and stuck at the airport for six hours delayed. to pass the time we just started doing what we love to do and the audience got into it and, you know, it's been fantastic. but i should tell you, you know, it looks like we're having this battle but the truth is there is no competition between us. we got nothing but love for each other here. you know, although -- ? i'm not sure. >> color coordination. i should tell you, though, we really enjoy being with each other and given the opportunity we would love to sing the songs from each other's show if ever given that chance. >> well, you guys have the show. whenever you want it. >> we would love to sing a song from the show. >> oh, yeah. >> yes, genie.
40 thieves had a thousand tales well master you're in luck because up your leave you got it that's the power in your -- some heavy ammunition in your past you got some punch, pizza saar all you got to do is rub that lamp and i'll say mister aladdin sir have a wish or two or three i'm on the job you ain't never had a friend like me i can show you the world shining shimmering splendid tell me princess now when did you last let your heart decide
hiding but what i can't decide won't he be the king i know he is the king i see inside a whole new world view no one to tell a soul or where to go or say we're always dreaming can you feel the love tonight a whole new world a dazzling place i never knew but when i'm way up here it's crystal clear certainty i'm in a whole new world with
on the path unwinding in the circle the circle of life [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, guy, so much. that was so fantastic. "aladdin," "lion king" on stage right now. "aladdin" at the new amsterdam theatre. "lion king" at the menskoff theater. >> oh. it would be and in my dreams i still can taste it i wouldn't change a single thing it was an awful kiss kind of a
clumsy and forced way too much teeth messy and wet >> get in there, right? it was a kiss i won't forget >> so, it was good? >> no. [ cheers and applause ] karen, thank you, i think. let's take a look at some of the broadway themed towns we have forecast for you. across the country, broadway, virginia, 41 degrees, dance bay, north carolina, 58. kinger, maryland, 42 and, of course, new york, new york where broadway lives. hey, speaking of entertainment the golden enen globes in l.a. temperatures, 61 degrees. should be dry.
that's a quick check. >> this weathercast brought to you by uncle ben's rice. some lucky folks getting in from the cold. lara, back over to you. >> thank you very much. rob, and what a great musical morning. now to another exciting event on the road to the super bowl, espn has revealed their pick for the 2015 nfl kid correspondent and our aditi roy has details. >> reporter: she's a superstar in the making. >> she's into the end zone. >> reporter: and a die-hard 49ers football fan at just 11 years old marlo mostly is already making major plays both on and off the field. >> i love football. >> reporter: now she's hoping to inspire other kids to stay just as active. >> it doesn't have to be a sport. it can be hula hooping, dancing or even jumping rope. >> reporter: she's among thousands of young football fans
bowl contest pledging to be active for 60 minutes every day hoping to score an adventure at the super bowl. she think she's one of three finalists but doesn't know she's about to win big. >> thank you. >> reporter: we tag along with her and her family to the 49ers levi's stadium in style. >> i can't believe i'm here. >> reporter: we have a surprise for marlo, an unexpected visitor. super bowl legend roger craig. >> what the heck. what! >> yes, i am. you're the winner. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: named nfl kid correspondent getting 9 rolling of a lifetime as "gma's" special super bowl correspondent ready for her big debut. >> reporting from the home of super bowl 50 i'm marla moseley. good morning, america. >> she's a natural. great choice, espn. the big nfl wild card game
as fast talking lawyer billy flynn in "chicago," we'll talk to him in just a moment but first abc's lz granderson is taking us behind the scenes. can't wait to talk to you. >> eddie george. >> he's gone from hard-hitting moves on the football field. >> touchdown. >> reporter: to dancing light on his feet. former nfl icon eddie george is gearing up for his debut as billy flynn in "chicago" joining usher, billy ray cyrus and patrick swayze. >> i need to go through your resume. >> appreciate it. thank you. >> we know that you just got done teaching your first class at your alma mater ohio state university. >> uh-huh. >> then i walk over to talk to you for this interview and there's a billboard of you, you don't have your cleats on. >> right, right. >> you're on freakin' broadway. how does that happen. >> honestly i'm blown away. it was definitely ten years in the making. it was through the arts that i
after playing the game of football. i don't care about expensive things >> reporter: the former heisman trophy winner says his time on the turf has prepared him for this totally different spotlight. >> trusting your team. trusting everybody around you that they're going to be in the right place at the right time and that they're going to support you. >> reporter: he even tried to teach me some moves. >> five, six, seven. give them the old razzle-dazzle oh oh >> but those high notes. oh >> i think your job is safe. >> reporter: for "good morning america," lz granderson, abc news, new york. >> you're doing all right, lz. hey, eddie, it is so -- i'm so happy for you. >> thank you so much. thank you. >> explain how this happened. >> when i left the game of football ten years ago in 2005, i was, you know, in a transition where i wanted to find my next
that and find peace within -- within the arts. got with my acting coaches in nashville, tennessee and maria, hello, watching probably right now and i got a role, kept doing other plays, i did "top dog underdog." i did "othello." "julius caesar" and said if i'm going to do broadway i'd love to do "chicago" and auditioned for it so here we are. six-story billboard in times square just outside the window. >> exactly. >> it's amazing when you put something that you want to do out there in the universe to see how it will support you and manifest itself. >> very proud of you because we were just talking about how difficult it is period to make the transition from professional athlete to anything in the world. >> you know, i had a conversation last night actually about this very thing because you spend so much of your life focused on being a football player and really honing that
what's next? you really have to start from the beginning of a profession whether it's as an investment adviser or broker or entrepreneur or actor and really understand the roots of it. that's why i got into acting. i really started with reading scripts and, you know, bedtime stories to my children, i mean, that's how you start and just kind of grew from there and i've really enjoyed it. >> didn't you do some opera? >> no, no, no, no. no, my wife is the singer in the family. >> oh, okay. >> but i've learned by osmosis through her. that's why i kind of embraced the whole singing bit but i did "othello" in nashville, tennessee. >> shakespeare. >> shakespeare piece so that was pretty exciting and i said my next gig i would love to do something on broadway and here i am. it's been an amazing journey to jump on this train because it's the longest running american
these people, they -- it's highly professional, yeah. >> with the names as we see that have been a part of it and now eddie george is a part of it. thank you, deadly shootinguyou, eddie. you can see him at the ambassador theater starting this monday, january 11th. about seven weeks you'll be there. >> seven weeks. check it out? see my face in the audience. our winner of our ultimate tailgating challenge. stick around.
we're back now with our ultimate tailgate challenge. we're just moments away reveal revealing -- we're a little competitive over here. >> i see. >> the competition was fierce and you can see the scoreboard. we had a three-way tie and we're doing a little rewriting. i liked your dish, amy. >> even though i had no
idea how to prepare it, thank you. >> rob, yours, as well. nachos. >> yes.
and we know that michael had his texas chili, that's a little different. no beans in that and then, george, you brought it all home. you brought it on home. okay, so eddie george, can you help me? here. >> here
you go. >> so you at home, you at home have voted and the winner is -- [ drum roll ] >> -- michael. >> i never. >> michael couldn't be here on the set. but you know, you were a strong runner-up. >> thank you. michael, great job. it was delicious. george, i loved yours too. >> i liked mine too but -- >> i know. >> delicious. >> have the winning -- >> you'll love this. >> let's do this. >> it was chuck -- >> chuck, it's chunky, it is -- >> yeah. also no beans
>> and we know the reason for that. yes, but, lara, you were the runner-up. >> thank you, robin. >> we're shipping -- michael is a little busy so we'll ship the trophy to him so he'll have a great weekend. have a great day. winning dish at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and alma mater, alabama/clemson. see it monday on espn.
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more than 20 live venomous snakes along with dozens of imaginative and interactive displays. the exhibit opens tomorrow and will run until april 10th. admission is just 9- dollars for adults and 8-dollars for seniors and children. joining me now is lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. quiet weather expected today before another weak pacific storm moves through late tonight into saturday with accumulating snowfall expected across the sierra and light snow possible across western nevada. a couple more weak storms are possible next week with temperatures remaining below normal. current ir satellite imagery showing a widespread area of low stratus across much of