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thousands ordered to take cover in their cabins. overnight, bill clinton lashes out against bernie sanders and his supporters. >> vicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane, often not to mention sexist, to repeat. >> and all bets are off for the republicans after fallout from the big debate. just one day till the country's first primary. say my name you know who i am >> and the other showdown at the super bowl. bruno mars and beyonce facing off during an incredible halftime performance. uptown funk you up uptown funk you up >> sharing the stage with coldplay and turning back the clock on some of the greatest halftime performances ever. this morning we're going behind the scenes to show you how they
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good morning, america. broncos, super bowl champs! good morning, america. happy monday, everyone. up for the super bowl last so much excitement there. sealed the win for the broncos right there. there you go, c.j. anderson powers his way into the end zone. >> they jumped out early and never looked back. the night started on a high note, lady gaga wowing the crowd with the national anthem. >> it was beautiful. actress marlee matlin signing right beside her. >> they did such an amazing job. how about that halftime show. coldplay, bruno mars and what a fierce beyonce and her brand-new song. there she is. we'll go behind the scenes in just a little bit for that spectacular performance. >> were you watching? even the outfits were making a
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the secret message coming up. coming up peyton manning is going to talk to us a little bit later this morning. will he or will he not retire? we'll ask him. right now, jesse palmer in santa clara with the latest. good morning, jesse. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this game had all of the ingredients for a classic super bowl. we had a close game. a phenomenal halftime show. tons of celebs. but the big question on everybody's mind this morning after leading his team to a 24-10 victory, would broncos quarterback peyton manning hang it up after winning his second super bowl? >> against pressure. the ball is out! >> cam newton and his high-flying panthers ran smack into a defensive buzzsaw. led by von miller. denver rode their defense to a third super bowl championship. >> the denver broncos have taken super bowl 50. >> reporter: 39-year-old quarterback peyton manning, now
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win a super bowl. his mother telling espn.com after the game she hopes her ever for a quarterback, will retire after the game. manning has not commented on whether this was his swan song. but he did need to score a touchdown to win the game. the broncos charging out of the gate, with a defensive touchdown and a field goal. they scored ten points in the first ten minutes of the game. leading and never looking back. >> reporter: as the halftime show brought down the house with coldplay. beyonce.
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>> reporter: the break didn't seem to help carolina. in the third quarter, down 13-7 they had a chance to stay in the game by the time c.j. anderson scored this touchdown the game was over. denver winning 24-10. >> i don't know what you want me to say. >> reporter: in the postgame press conference cam newton, sacked six times during the game, could not hide his frustration. >> we lost. >> reporter: meanwhile, everyone wondering if the other quarterback peyton manning will attempt to win super bowl li. >> i'll take some time to reflect, i got a couple of priorities first. i want to kiss my wife and my kids. i'm going to drink a lot of budweiser tonight. peyton manning the only quarterback in nfl history to win a super bowl with two different teams. the other team being the colts and the celebration under way in denver. this is the front page of the denver post. simply says champs.
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show, robin. >> all right, jesse, thank you very much. joining us now, demarcus ware, who was on the defense there with, let me say this right, super bowl champions denver broncos. demarcus, great to see you, congratulations. it's your first super bowl appearance. it's a memorable one for you. how were you able -- your defense able to do what other teams weren't able to do shut down cam newton and the carolina panthers. >> a lot of teams that went in and been intimidated and we weren't that way. we had two weeks to prepare. it felt good, our preparation, on those trick plays and everything they did, they really helped out that week. >> your team has had its ups and downs this season. challenges like everyone. but you were able to bring it together, what makes this team and this coaching staff so special, demarcus?
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to get where we are today. the pinnacle of the word is teamwork and everybody pitching in and doing what they needed to do. >> it was a total team effort throughout the entire season. we saw that last night on display. you and peyton, the word on the street, you gave some emotional speeches to your teammates prior to the game. apparently, it worked. what exactly did you say, demarcus, to them? >> just talking to the guys and i think the main thing is how hard it is to get here to the super bowl and, you know, peyton spoke before me and just talking about the years that he played and this is the shortcoming of this type of game and i said the same thing, i mean, what do you guys play for? what is your destiny? i said this is an opportunity of a lifetime. this is the reason why we're here. winning february the 7th. i told them about, you know,
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bible. i told them, ask and you shall receive. we did that at the beginning of the season and god granted us the opportunity. it's february the 7th and it's 7:7 on matthews, when you go to the casino, what does that mean? we hit the jackpot. now we just got to go and receive our winnings. >> and you did, tenfold last night. we're anxiously waiting peyton manning, if this was his last game or not. he's going to spend some time thinking about that. but what has it meant playing with a future hall of famer like peyton manning? >> you know, you see -- you know, from a -- changes from one team to the next the adversity that he goes through all of his critics, and no matter what, you know, he's one of those guys
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new tricks when you have been consistent through all those things. he's the leader of our team. we call him the sheriff and that's what he does. it's just great to be part of this part of history in my career. my team, i just love them for that. >> well earned. well deserved, demarcus, enjoy the moment. you take care. thank you for joining us you know i will. thank you so much. >> all right. >> they all will. von miller, his defensive teammate, mvp. peyton manning will talk to us in a little bit. and d-ware will be on jimmy kimmel later tonight. we move on now to the white house, "your voice, your vote." all eyes on new hampshire. we begin with the democrats. bill clinton taking aim at bernie sanders for the first time. bernie sanders up double digits. abc's cecilia vega has the latest. >> reporter: overnight, bill clinton taking on a new role in his wife's bid for the white
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campaign attack dog. >> for her this isn't about grand theories of revolution. this is about whether we can improve people's lives. >> reporter: the former president unleashing on his wife's rival, accusing some bernie sanders' supporters making offensive comments online to female clinton backers. >> this is trolling and attacks that are literally too profane, not to mention sexist. to repeat. >> reporter: bernie sanders denouncing the nastiness saying it has nothing to do with his campaign. >> look, we don't want that crap, and we'll do everything we can and i think we have tried. >> reporter: with hillary clinton trailing in the polls here. the uphill battle to win this state now tougher than ever. >> i think if i can persuade granite staters to give me another look. i'll do better. i'll keep fighting until the last vote is cast. >> reporter: the face-off is just a day away.
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kind of face-off on "snl." >> i'm so sick of 1% getting this preferential treatment. >> reporter: bernie sanders coming face to face with his doppelganger larry david. >> sounds like socialism to me. >> democratic socialism. >> what's the difference? >> huge difference. >> reporter: in the midst of this heated race out here in new hampshire, hillary clinton left the state, went to flint, michigan, where they're dealing with that water crisis. she's back here with a pack schedule today. bernie sanders has a packed schedule. bill and chelsea out here as well. we'll see if he continues with those attacks today. >> all right, cecilia, thank you. now to the republicans flooding new hampshire today after saturday's feistiest debate. donald trump still with the lead. ted cruz and marco rubio neck and neck.
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>> reporter: this morning, marco rubio is facing fallout over that debate he'd like to forget. >> what do you think happened to rubio. >> i don't understand, george. i really don't understand what happened. >> reporter: on the eve of the new hampshire primary, rubio is being ridiculed for repeating himself repeatedly. >> he knows what he is doing. >> reporter: this video from democrats and by republican rivals. >> he knows exactly what he's doing. >> the anointed one last night didn't look like he was ready for the game. >> reporter: rubio said it's one of the best debates he's had. >> i'm being criticized by saying obama is trying to dismantle the american dream and redefine america. i'm going to keep saying that throughout the game over and over again. >> reporter: with trump leading in the polls the race for second is dead heat and trio of governors including jeb bush is surging in the final days, taking heat from donald trump.
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mommy, please come, help. >> reporter: governor john kasich of ohio, seems to be having the most fun you joked you should be running in the democratic primary. i know that was a joke. >> look, the independents, the democrats, an ability to get them. >> reporter: the traffic jam started the abc debate that's generating the real buzz. ben carson and then donald trump didn't come out when their names were called. rubio walked past them. just look at their faces as jeb bush passes them by. donald trump has led every poll here in new hampshire for months. if you believe the polls today, he appears on the verge of winning the new hampshire, but trump is taking nothing for granted. in fact, he has four events today, two rallies and two town hall meetings. george. >> that would be huge. let's bring in governor chris christie, got great raves for that debate on saturday. you saw that poll this morning,
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place. are you worried that you hurt marco rubio and not help yourself? >> absolutely not, george. this race is now wide open. no one knows what's going on in this race at all. we sense real momentum on the ground for us. we're looking to run right through the tape on tuesday. and really do very, very well. >> you hit him so hard on saturday night, called him the anointed one yesterday. made the clear case he's not ready to be president. can you say the same thing about front-runner donald trump? >> listen, my focus on saturday night is marco rubio, the senator's first-term united states senator, the fact is, he's never accomplished anything of any note in the united states senate. one that he noted he wasn't even there to vote for. this is not about me or him. it's about the american people. we elected seven years ago a president who, you know, a first-term united states senator. never ran anything in his life. we watched our country go
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we don't need to repeat the same mistake. my experience being tested in my state by hurricane sandy, by a democratic legislature, best prepares me to be the next president of the united states. >> you know, you have invested so much time and money in new hampshire, though, still in sixth place, if you can't win there, where can you win? >> george, you know, i know, that as a former operative you're obsessed with the polls. i know you are. i also know when you working for bill clinton in 1992, everybody told him the night before new hampshire primary, he was going to be in single digits and was finished. he came in second place and his campaign went on to win the nomination. so, let's remember a little history that you were a part of, this is not about the polls this morning. it's about the performance on saturday night and the performance of the candidates. we showed people we're ready to be president. but more importantly we're ready to take on hillary clinton.
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have to remember, who would they want to have on that debate stage against hillary clinton, marco rubio or me? >> almost half could change their minds. what's your message to them? >> we cannot afford to lose to hillary clinton. you need someone who's tested enough to make sure we can beat hillary clinton. and get to the white house to change the direction of our country. this is not about going for anything else other than the person who can best serve as president. i think when people watched saturday night, one person who was watching who wants nothing to do with me in september and that's secretary clinton. we're ready to have the fight. let's win up here in new hampshire and let's move on from there to get the nomination. and take on secretary clinton. >> governor christie, thank you. "good morning america" and "world news tonight" will be live from new hampshire tomorrow. and we'll have the results as they come in right here on abc. amy's here with the other
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arrested seven people accused of plotting terror attacks in moscow and st. petersburg on behalf of isis. police say they found a bomb-making lab and the suspects were led by a terrorist from turkey. we have new details about the explosion that tore a hole in a plane over somalia. surveillance video showed two men handed a laptop rigged with explosives to another man before the flight. and there was word this morning that the bomber was supposed to be on a turkish airlines flight to istanbul but was rebooked. 48 hours after a deadly earthquake in taiwan a woman was pulled alive from the rubble of an apartment building today. the government is investigating the building's construction after tin cans were found in the walls apparently being used as fillers. shocking scene in london, a bus was blown up, this was for a jackie chan movei, a lot of people didn't know that, they hadn't learned of the filming. people nearby were freaked out. understandably.
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this was the real contest on sunday. the battle to set a world record for the number one of people gathered in one place, dressed up as smurfs. 2100 in germany. they were outsmurfed. they fell 361 short of the record. i think it's fair to say they were all a little blue. >> aw. >> how could you resist? >> it was right there in front of me. >> i loved how you paused for effect and then brought it on home. happy birthday. you had a birthday -- no. you amy. >> oh. >> it looked like you had fun. >> i forgot about it. >> thank you, robin. two blizzards happening now. this video out of minnesota and northern parts of iowa. one that's now off the shores of the carolinas. this is throwing snow into parts of boston. here are your advisories and the
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this was the grand finale we can't get enough of the halftime show at the super bowl. coldplay, beyonce, bruno mars, teaming up. so much fun. we're taking you behind the scenes coming up. and we're also going to talk with peyton manning in just a moment as well. >> looking forward to that. big questions for him to answer. right now, one day away from the new hampshire primary, republicans and democrats crisscrossing the state launching new attacks.
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sanders overnight. and "star wars" has officially joined the $2 billion club. third film in history to hit that number and joins "avatar" and "titanic." also talking about cruise ships here, one that you don't want to talk about in this regard. two big storms catching 25 states in their crosshairs. thousands of passengers onboard a ship in its path and i know you'll have more on that. >> that's right. scary night for thousands at sea. cruise ship caught in extreme conditions. and giant waves. thousands ordered to stay in their rooms and abc's linzie janis is here with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, george. the royal caribbean's "anthem of the seas" is its newest ship, but it's being put to the test. on what should have been a routine cruise from the northeast to the caribbean. overturned furniture, ceilings giving way. anything that's not nailed down falling to the ground.
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itself in 30-plus-feet waves. these are the first images tweeted from passengers aboard royal caribbean's anthem of the seas. currently caught in hurricane-forced winds off the carolina coast. the roughly 4,000 people aboard ordered to stay in their cabins. >> walk around our room. kind of just all sideways like we were in a funhouse. >> reporter: the ship took off from new jersey saturday, for a seven-day cruise to the bahamas. but due to the weather's intensity it will be docking in cape canavarel, florida. some passengers reporting the ship listing at 45 degrees. leana tweeting, we're trapped in our rooms. greg is aboard the ship right now. >> amount things were shifting around our room was a little frightening. we eventually took anything loose and duck it away where it wouldn't move. we had bottles of water sliding off of tables.
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when we looked out the window, we would see waves that looked like the height of our balcony. we were on the seventh deck. i don't know how much that was the height of the waves and how much us tipping over but it was probably a combination of the two. >> questions remain about how the ship ended up in the middle of this scary storm. right now, based on what we're hearing from passengers, the worst of the weather may be behind them. royal caribbean says the ship's seaworthiness hasn't been affected. and there have been no serious injuries. >> all right, linzie, thank you. now to a story making headlines at cornell. the president of one of the school's fraternities accused of assaulting a woman inside a fraternity house. gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: he was studying hotel administrations. he came from a wealthy family. appeared to have it all going for him. but now he's stands accused of a violent sexual act. the scandal rocking a premier university. the president of an elite fraternity at an ivy league university. >> i'm a first generation
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>> reporter: his father, owner of one of new york city's concert halls. but this morning wolfgang ballinger is in jail. accused of sexually assaulting a woman inside this cornell university frat house. investigators said it happened last sunday at psi upsilon. according to the complaint, the woman alleged that ballinger locked the door and forced himself on to her after she protested several times. he pleaded not guilty to first degree attempted rape, first degree criminal sexual act and first degree sexual abuse. his lawyer telling abc news, ballinger's innocence will be established at the proper time and in the proper place. >> the speed with which they took this case from the university and brought it into the criminal setting suggest that the prosecution believe they have a strong case. >> reporter: the university placing psi upsilon on suspension. their president saying sexual violence has no place at cornell
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saying sexual assault and any form of sexual harassment is against our policy and in opposition of the values of psi upsilon. ballinger is set to appear tomorrow to face a judge. and these are tough cases. usually only two people know what happened, ballinger and the woman. coming up -- michael jackson's daughter revealing personal struggles. and how she's battling the pressures of fame. and behind last night's show stopping halftime show, what was behind beyonce's outfit? there was a message there. we come on back. we come on back. coming up, the postgame party. coming up, the postgame party. brought to you b bavocados from mexico. fresh all year long. party.f rubik. this simple puzzle was actually considered unsolvable by the humans. did they not have brains? um... simple ones.
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beyonce. stealing the show with an act for the ages. they even got fans in on it. holding up cards that spelled out believe in love. abc's ryan smith is in santa clara. he was there for it all. he got some of those colorful cards, i hear. hi, ryan. good morning. these green cards were sitting on our seats when we arrived. we had no idea what they meant or what they spelled. when you used them you could still see the game at the same time. we didn't get a chance to use them because we were on the field for the halftime show and felt the roar of the crowd when beyonce took the stage and almost got hit by the dancers and their umbrellas. but it was all worth it to see such a remarkable show right there on the field. for 12 minutes on super bowl sunday, some of music's biggest stars brought down the house. uptown funk you up >> reporter: coldplay kicking things off. chris martin running to the
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stadium getting into the act. fireworks exploding behind them. used to rule the world >> reporter: then halftime's past stars hit the gridiron. beyonce and bruno mars intercepting the show. bruno mars getting into the game, uptown funking the crowd with an array of dance moves. and queen bey saving the best for last. electrifying the crowd with her brand-new song "formation." amid balls of fire. after secretly dropping her video saturday. with her daughter blue ivy scoring a cameo. her appearance blowing up on more than 147,000 tweets per minute. besting coldplay and bruno mars about 111,000. just when you thought it
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dance-off between the star-studded pair. one more thing left. how do you make this more memorable or different than other super bowls? >> celebrate those other years. >> reporter: and celebrate they did. in a moment that will go down in super bowl history. is there anybody alive out there >> reporter: before finishing their epic concert in a blaze of glory.
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what did it mean? take a look at this. beyonce from yesterday and michael jackson from super bowl xxvi. almost all the way down to the shoes. coldplay talked about paying homage to acts of the past and it looks like beyonce found a way to do it. >> she sure did, ryan. thank you. you just forgot all of the great musical acts over the yours. james brown and the boss. >> so great to see them. >> who had chills? >> you know who else gave us chills, peyton manning the super bowl quarterback is going to join us live with his big super bowl win. going to talk about that and a whole lot more with peyton, come on back. with peyton, come on back.ill still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement,
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i'm on top of the world i'll tell you who's on top of the world. man of the morning, super bowl quarterback peyton manning scoring his second super bowl win. 200th career victory last night. becoming the oldest starting quarterback in super bowl history, now he joins us from santa clara, california, fresh off the big win. it's great to see you, peyton. come on, you're running a little late. we heard you last night, you
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wife and kids and have some cold ones. celebrating all night long, well deserved. >> i checked all those things off, robin. i got all those things a few times and it's a -- it's definitely a special night. i have been fortunate to be in the super bowl team before and i remember how special that was, almost ten years ago. it was just as special tonight. and it's -- it's just -- even better when you can celebrate with your family and friends. i have been doing that tonight. >> any sleep yet? >> no. i'm not tired. there's definitely a lot of adrenaline after winning a game like that. it's been such a unique season and it's just been a great to be a part of this journey with great teammates. to cap it off with a victory against a really great football
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it's easy to stay up and not be tired. >> we talked to one of your teammates, d-wear, demarcus, he said both of you and he spoke before the team beforehand. he said you went first. whatever you all said really worked. what did you tell your teammates prior to the game? >> well, i never believed that a pregame speech has ever won a game. i think the game is won with your preparation during the course of the season and during the course of these past two weeks. and going out and executing. demarcus has been a great teammate to be a co-captain with on this team. he's been playing a long time. i'm happy for him getting his first super bowl. we kind of reflected last night on some of the things that have occurred this season, both some serious things, some humorous things and also, just -- just thanked all of our staff and support staff and players for allowing us to be a part of the journey, because it has been
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great way to finish it tonight. >> it's been quite a journey for you, peyton manning. you have been asked this question over and over since heading to the super bowl, i know you haven't made your decision on whether or not this is going to be your final game, but who's helping you in that decisionmaking process if this is it? >> well, i'll certainly talk to ashley quite a bit about it. i'll certainly pray a lot about it. i got some good advice from my old coach tony dungy, really special went into the hall of fame yesterday. announced he's going to be in the hall of fame. he told me to take some time after this game and you know, not make an emotional decision. there's been a lot of emotions these past two weeks and certainly, in the super bowl, so to take some time and to get away and kind of reflect on what's happening this season and maybe a few other things, robin,
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. super bowl showstoppers. beyonce. bruno. and coldplay. all fall in formation. we got what you didn't see at the big game. we're taking you behind the scenes of the big moments. from the million-dollar winner behind the doggone great ad. >> you find everything okay, sir? >> to the surprise no one saw coming when steve harvey finally got it right. >> i'm back and this time, i'm going to get it right.
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watching the game from the superstars from our kid correspondent marlo. inside the super bowl like you have never seen it. also ahead, paris jackson's secret battle. the king of pop's daughter fighting back against the pressure of fame, revealing she's going to aa and lashing out what she calls ridiculous expectations. how she's refusing to follow in her father's footsteps. wake me up when it's all over new overnight. duchess kate on a mission, speaking out about her number one priority and powerful new message and reveals her son george's brand-new obsession as we say -- >> good morning, america. welcome back on this monday morning. we're celebrating the biggest game of the year. you see our "gma" stadium. we're still packed.
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>> and we also have the big winners of the ad game. we went behind the scenes with steve harvey as he shot this one. >> funny. >> one of the most talked commercials of the night. getting lots of reaction online. nice to see he's at the point where he can laugh. >> one of my favorites. >> somebody at our gathering said, wow, talking about turning lemons into lemonade. he handled it just right. also on the show this morning, we're kicking off our "$5 dinner challenge." celebrity chefs will be competing all week long to create dinner for two for less than $5? and this morning, chef ming tsai is teaming up with george, all for 5 bucks. >> already smells good. >> look forward to that. let's get the morning rundown from amy. the scramble for votes ahead of tomorrow's new hampshire primary. donald trump holding onto a big lead in the polls. but he and several republicans vying for second place are
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saturday. when he repeated the same line about president obama four times. jeb bush appears to be gaining some momentum getting a boost from his brother, saying jeb will keep the country safe. then on the democratic side, former president bill clinton is criticizing bernie sanders and his supporters for what he calls vicious and sexist attacks on his wife. sanders said those attacks on hillary clinton have nothing to do with his campaign. well, overnight, police in denver reportedly had to use pepper spray to break up crowds celebrating the broncos' super bowl win. fans were mostly peaceful. just 12 arrests reported so far. the obama administration is requesting $2 billion in emergency funding to fight the zika virus. the olympic committee is saying they should skip the summer olympics if they're worried about their health due to the
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new information about a man arrested in austria. lauren mann from colorado was found dead in her apartment. the autopsy found she was suffocated. authorities say a man from the african nation of gambia has been arrested and they have not released his name. to a powerful message from kate middleton. speaking from the heart about children and their mental health highlights the importance of emotional support to help kids cope. abc's lama hasan has the details. >> do you talk to your friends about your feelings? >> reporter: kate on a mission. this morning, speaking out in a new psa to raise awareness during mental health awareness week. the duchess of cambridge making mental health for children her number one priority. much like princess diana did with aids and her charitable endeavors. >> every child is given the emotional support they need,
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for the happy, healthy future they deserve. >> reporter: kate juggling mother hood with prince george and princess charlotte but committed to using her voice to benefit those without one. >> william and i feel that every child deserves to be supported through difficult times in their lives. >> reporter: kate revealing at her first engagement on sunday, like father, like son. prince george is obsessed with airplanes and wants to fly like his dad. the duchess taking the last month off to focus on prince george and princess charlotte is back with a busy spring ahead. >> she's taking on a more high-profile role within the royal family. she's going to be representing the queen on her visit to india with prince william. >> reporter: for "good morning america," lama hasan. abc news, london. finally, it's monday, so, a lot of people are crabby, but
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a guy on vacation came upon this giant coconut crab, they are the largest species of arthropods in the world. they look like they're from perhaps another planet. we're told these guys are actually gentle giants. >> hmm. >> i don't want to be near that claw. >> no, no. it can crush a coconut. that's why they're called coke nut crabs. i love the headline online, holy crab! i had to get it -- let's go over to lara. >> here's what's coming up -- the king of pop's daughter, paris jackson, revealing her personal struggle fighting back against the pressures of fame. and we're celebrating the super bowl, behind the scenes of one of the night's most surprising ads with steve harvey. and then come out here, we have our super bowl kid correspondent's biggest role. the party is just getting
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very personal struggle with alcohol and the pressures she's feeling from fame. abc's linsey davis is here with that. good morning, linsey. >> good morning, robin. being a teenager is hard enough. but add to that, celebrity and the constant critique of social media and it can seem insufferable. now paris jackson is lashing out. posting messages on instagram that she's had enough of the negativity. she's the king of pop's only daughter. and this morning, paris jackson is fighting back against the pressures of fame. in a now-deleted rant on instagram, the late michael jackson's 17-year-old daughter tells her more than 173,000 followers she's being attacked online. saying that she feels ridiculous expectations to respond to countless people she doesn't even know. >> reporter: while her father aired his frustrations with bold headlines in his 1987 hit "leave
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social media, saying she faces similar pressures. saying he was ripped to shreds daily. i will not let that happen to me. >> paris jackson happens to be the daughter of possibly the most famous pop star that's ever lived. she's got more pressures than other celebrity kids. >> reporter: while it's unclear just what prompted her post, the teenager also hints that she's recently had some struggles with alcoholism. i'm expected to literally sit all day responding to comments people leave me, positive or negative. i have aa meetings to attend. since her father's death, she's spent time at a boarding school in utah, recovered from an attempted suicide in 2013, something her grandmother katherine jackson discussed with "60 minutes australia." >> i guess she was suffering and we didn't know it. >> reporter: paris now seems to liken that time in her life to the weight of stardom, writing, when i was 14, people were sending so much hate to the point where i was suicidal
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only person in the public eye she knows that responds to comments online, apparently that's not enough. in a post this week, paris said, people have been ramming me since the second i unchecked the privacy button. now she says she plans to stop responding altogether. many of the messages posted on instagram from other people encourage her to ignore the haters. be strong and be yourself. and i would also add, go back to privacy. just forget it. >> what other people think of you is none of your business. it's hard -- >> being 17 -- >> being 17 and the daughter of michael jackson lot of pressure. super bowl ads making headlines. >> and the one we have been talking about all morning long, steve harvey. we all remember at what happened at the miss universe pageant. well, he showed a way to come back from it last night. abc's reena ninan has more. >> reporter: leave it to steve harvey. >> listen, folks, i have to apologize.
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>> i have to apologize. miss universe 2015 is philippines! >> reporter: into big laughs. >> verizon got it wrong. >> reporter: t-mobile's super bowl ad poking fun at his december hosting mishap when he announced the wrong winner at the miss universe pageant. >> it was a tough thing that happened but after a while you got to start smiling about this. i like t-mobile. i thought it would be a great idea and i love the concept. nice little dig at myself. >> reporter: and we were right there, going behind the scenes with the comedian as he shot his big ad for the big game. >> and t-mobile -- >> whoa, whoa, listen, folks, i have to apologize -- those were last year's numbers. it says it right here on the card. i'm not taking responsibility on this one. verizon got it wrong. yes, not me! >> reporter: after all the controversy harvey now says he's
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>> when something really major happens that's kind of negative in your life, you just got to ride the storm out. you never know how it's going to be. whoever thought that this mishap with miss universe would turn into a super bowl commercial. >> yes, not me! >> reporter: for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> new definition of laughing all of the way to the bank. >> that's right. >> good for him right there. we'll talk about the ads with michelle collins and kate coyne, and "usa today" does its ranking every year. number one, hyundai starring kevin hart. first date. kate, what did you think? >> it was a great ad. robin and i were saying, was a little surprised that kevin hart would have a daughter that age. but it was a lot of fun and hyundai was the maker of my personal favorite ad which was the ryanville, the ryan reynolds ad, in which you see ryan again and again. a town i would happily move to
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sign me up. i look at real estate listings right now. >> the message was so cute, he was so distracting that the car helped you out. you weren't paying attention to the road. >> sexier being john malkovich. i also felt it very much. >> the favorite in our house was not sexy but it was number two in the "usa today's" poll as well, that weiner stampede for heinz. >> so many weiners, so much fun. those dogs stole the show for me. first of all, they moved lightning fast. look how cute that was. i immediately went and bought ketchup, mustard and a hyundai. i went straight to the dealership. these dogs stole the show. lot of cute animal ads. the singing sheep. >> the little marmot. >> that's right. >> that you can go camping. >> did you guys notice there were a lot of commercials
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i thought that was kind of nice. budweiser did the one with helen mirren about drinking responsibly and a few others about distracted driving. and they were all done by companies that got a plug but they also had a message, a psa message. >> helen mirren, another message is just like, stop eating, she looks so great, she looks so young. helen mirren has never looked better. she's a real inspiration in so many ways. i also want to comment how many intestinal ads there were. >> i did notice that one. >> people are eating. a lot of doritos. right? >> oh, yeah, the doritos -- >> yeah. >> did you guys like that the ultrasound one? at my gathering people were like, what? >> they actually got in a lot of hot water for it already. i mean, downer, there are 400,000 premature births a year. >> i like doritos in the womb, out of the womb.
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>> overall, they were uplifting this year, because last year there were some -- >> tragedy ones last year. at least you could laugh this year for most of them, you know, i would say. >> thank you, guys. you'll have some laughs on "the view" today. 11:00 eastern/10:00 central. >> yes. thanks, guys. to continue, another great winner, doritos ad, a different one, made by fan jacob chase, he found out during the game that he won the "crash the super bowl" contest. he won $1 million for his ad. he created, it was called doritos dogs. it charmed audiences around the globe, including me. take a look. >> hey. out, out. get, get, get! >> did you find everything okay, sir? what?
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>> so, the winner, the guy who created that ad, jacob chase flew all night to be with us. jacob, get out here. dheerp cheaper [ cheers and applause ] >> congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> tell us about the moment that you found out that you were going to win a $1 million and a chance to work with a major hollywood director. >> it was absolutely mind-blowing. to see it aired on tv was incredible alone and be presented with this giant check. i haven't slept, but i'm so grateful to be a part of this experience. >> have you given any thought of what you'll do with the money? >> yeah, i mean, i'll probably be responsible at first, pay off my students loans, and i'd like to continue to make dreams come true and put that toward making a movie. >> really, what do you have in mind? >> you know, i got a couple of ideas with my business partner on this travis brown, actually,
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together. >> can't give away the ideas. >> i love it, don't want to give it away. >> so many people watching. >> that's right. >> something that i loved, all of the dogs were rescue dogs. >> correct. >> and that this came from a place you understand this, you and girlfriend have tried to bring your dogs places and have no luck, so, that's where this idea was borne. >> exactly. my dog, the white dog in the commercial. she was a big inspiration for this. we rescued her three years ago. she's been incredible to us. the idea of seeing her in a super bowl commercial in front of 100 million people is a dream come true. >> $1,000 was all it cost to make that commercial. he shot it in a local grocery store outside of l.a. how long did it take to shoot the commercial? >> 12-hour shoot day, but it
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it turned out so funny. i'm so proud of it. >> a good day's work. >> yeah, yeah, right. $1,000 to $1 million, what are the odds? >> listen, we couldn't -- so happy for you. >> thank you so much. >> thanks for joining us. >> thank you for having me. this is awesome. >> more ads should be as fun and just adorable -- >> and creative. >> thank you so much. >> best of luck, keep us posted on the movie. >> all right, will do. >> jacob, everybody! we'll go outside to rob now with a look at the weather. >> folks from california, you look a little cold. >> yeah, it's really cold. >> huntington beach is not a bad place to be. be there tomorrow. check out what's happened in camarillo, california. this is a fire that burned about three acres quickly contained thankfully. high wind warnings up today. potential for fires. look at these temperatures. 85 degrees in los angeles with winds up 65 miles per hour.
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national outlook. announcer: "you're watching kolo 8 news now good morning reno." >> all right, joni and kathy, hi, bud. hi, mike. lara, back to you inside. "pop news" time, everybody. to continue our super bowl theme, there was the game. there were the commercials. and then there were also the trailers, did anybody notice how many movie trailers there were? a lot of trailers. a blockbuster blitz, if you will.
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independence day, captain america, civil war. and ryan reynolds's new movie called "deadpool." and on the other end of the spectrum, the secret life of patz. that looks funny. that was spot on. my house got quiet when the first look of "the jungle book" came on screen. that looks fantastic. also for kids there was a teaser for teenage mute tant ninja turtles. the leader of the pack, according to "the hollywood reporter," the best movie trailer, right now, matt damon returning as jason bourn, that hits theaters july 29th. they were pushing movies, some of the movies they were pushing for months and months and months out. strategy that will pay off? we'll find out. but, good job. because we're talking about it. >> there's only one audience
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>> anybody else have a favorite? >> jason bourne is back. >> i got chills when i saw that. >> you did? also in "pop news" this morning, oprah winfrey loves bread. this morning, she needed some. she has something to celebrate. by bread i meant money. the queen of talk has purchased a horse farm in montecito, california. $28 million. the rambling estate features main house with five fireplaces, a pool, a pond filled with koi fish. the koi fish came with the pond. she also has stables, barns, orchids. i don't know, does she ride? we'll have to find out. that would be a fun piece. >> that would be a fun piece. >> then this property, bringing her total of 65 glorious acres in the celebrity-filled neighborhood shared by the likes of ellen degeneres and drew
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>> good neighborhood. >> my mom always said you're known by the company you keep. that's good company. and finally, this is just a quickie, we know yesterday was a long day of celebrating, yelling at the tv, running back and forth to the kitchen. we understand that you might be tired this morning. so, this is psa, please make sure you're well rested before you get behind the wheel when you drive to work. there's only one instance when it's okay to sleep while operating a vehicle. the only case in which i will say it's acceptable to do that. >> adorable. >> that's why trains are great. you can sleep on the way to work. >> she's still operating. >> precious. >> and that is "pop news" on this glorious monday. >> thank you, lara.
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good morning. i'm amanda sanchez. i'm dave lawrence. it's 8:27. governor sandoval has signed an emergency regulation to address the teacher shortage in nevada. the governor's "statement of emergency" allows out of state teachers to get temporary teaching licenses. after that... they'll have a year to finish meeting all the requirements. right now there are 40 vacant teaching positions in washoe county and 7-hundred in clark county.
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solar power. the nevada public utilities commission will hold a hearing today on a proposal from n-v energy to "grandfather" some rooftop solar customers. the proposal includes allowing the lower rates for existing solar customers... if they installed or applied for their system by september 10th of last year. another option would have the higher rates take effect over the course of 4 years. joining me now is lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. high pressure will bring generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week. the main short term weather issue is the gusty east ridge level
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alpin there she is, our special super bowl kid correspondent, marlo mosley standing by. she had a huge night on the sidelines. we're going to talk to her about that. did you see her at the game? it was great. i had the pleasure of meeting her and her mom friday when i was in town. she's just as adorable in person. >> as you can see, she's all bubbly this morning. can't wait to see her. also this morning, we have this little challenge. we're making dinner for $5 or less. there's chef ming tsai, he's got some secret ingredients in that
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today. but first, our kid correspondent marlo mosley as you can see, standing by, 11-year-old superfan, got up nfl's first female coach. even passed off the game ball. on the field last night. jesse has more on her day, her week. >> reporter: it's been a super week bringing super bowl coverage to viewers across the nation. "gma's" honnary correspondent receiving the ultimate honor handing off the game ball to officials during last night's super bowl 50. >> this is the greatest thing that's ever happened to me. >> reporter: an epic moment after an epic week. marlo rubbing elbows with some of the nfl's greatest players, from robert gray, to meeting drew brees and j.j. watt. even getting some pro tips from gronk himself.
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dance move. >> dance move. >> and then go, bam. >> reporter: and scoring a live hit with michael on "gma." >> good morning, marlo. >> good morning, michael. >> reporter: the 11-year-old football fanatic tackling some hard-hitting questions at media day. asking peyton manning if he plans on retiring. >> what do you mean by the last rodeo? >> no, no, no, you totally missed the point. i'm going to go participate in rodeos. >> reporter: and getting to the point with nfl commissioner roger goodell. >> do you think i'm good enough i can play in the nfl some day? >> the answer is yes, if you're good enough you can play in the nfl. >> the nfl's first female coach embracing the aspiring football coach. >> nice meeting you. i have heard such great things about you. >> that was awesome. >> reporter: but the highlight of the week, getting ready for her big moment. as millions watched the superfan hand off at the super bowl. my heart was beating.
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home in san jose. have you calmed down at all? because we were all watching. high-stepping out on the field. what was going through your mind at that time, marlo? >> my heart was pumping when i was doing that. when i was running out, all these 75,000 fans watching me and billions at home it was awesome. >> so, you want to be a coach, break down what happened last night in the game. give us your expert opinion on the game last night. >> so, last night, i was rooting for the panthers, but, you know, they had a lot of turnovers, they had some little things to fix. but overall the game was really good. peyton manning did really well. the defense did awesome, that resulted in them winning the super bowl. >> what do you think happened with cam, was it nerves? >> well, cam, i think he just
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he threw too many turnovers, interceptions, but, you know, it's basically him on the defense, he got sacked a lot. he was under pressure with the blitzes. so, i don't think he couldn't handle it and the first time being in the super bowl was another key. >> i love your expert opinion like that. that was spot-on, marlo. so, out all the things that happened, this past week, what are you going to remember the most? >> well, especially being this year's "good morning america" correspondent was awesome. just doing this throughout the super bowl week, that gave me more opportunities throughout the whole week to meet different people, like gronk and drew brees and j.j. watt themselves. also, the nfl honors, that gave me a lot of stuff, too, that led me in to meeting other players the whole week, that was a lot of fun just meeting them and seeing their experiences for super bowl 50.
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person that you met, marlo? >> i don't know. it's kind of like all of the football players kind of raised up there. they were all very nice. but, yeah, no one in particular. >> when do you have to go back to school, when are you going back to school? >> today. >> today. >> today. >> what are you going to tell your classmates about the experience? >> that i had the time of my life last week. it was so awesome. >> all right. you have a job here any time, marlo. you ask great questions. >> thank you, robin. >> she sure does. >> thank you. >> great energy. >> great job. >> thank you so much. >> now, get to school. >> she has hours before school out there. >> thank you, marlo. let's get out to rob right now. welcome to the "good morning america" postgame party. what's up, guys? we got a lot of leftover foam
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a lot of peyton manning fans in the house. we got a lot of snow fans across the northeast. look at these advisories. we've got denver bronco fans skiing in steamboat yesterday, we show you this video as we congratulate peyton manning and the broncos on the win. blizzard conditions on the cape. storm number two comes on the midatlantic tomorrow. accumulations could see several inches in between these areas. over a foot potentially in eastern massachusetts. that's a quick check of what's going on nationally. it's warming up out west. here now is yo >> this weather report is brought to you by kay jewelers. cue the drum line. what's a postparty without the drum line? that's what i'm talking about, amy.
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our 10 dates in 10 states cross-country adventure. abc producer erica scott was busy this super bowl weekend, tackling three dates in three different places. this time she took a break from the digital world and she went old school letting her friends set her up. did the old-fashioned way work? let's take a look. from sand to snow to super bowl, this weekend was full of some pretty wild and whacky first dates. viva las vegas. on my way to date number four, i made a pit stop at the little white wedding chapel where thousands of couples have been married. including frank sinatra, elvis presley, even britney spears. >> as a minister, how did your folks meet? meeting online and more and more you're finding those numbers increasing.
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by friends and colleagues. hey, are you kash? >> i'm a small business owner. i own a yogurtland here. definitely the place to be. >> we had by far the dustiest date so far. dune bugging. >> that was the best first date ever. >> right? >> but saturday's date was a picturesque postcard. we're at the halfway mark. it's date number five. i'm going on date with tom petty. >> okay, not that tom petty. but my best friend's best friend. >> dog sledding has definitely been my favorite date so far. i'm really glad it was with tom. we have a mutual best friend. i went into trusting him more because my best friend trusts him.
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for the broncos. dr. gail saltz weighed in on digital dating versus the old school setup of having a friend introduce you. >> in a better world we would meet in person as we used to and therefore be exposed to their body language, the way they converse with you before you would invest in that as a potential relationship. >> we met at a bar, got some dinner, watched some football and bonded over our mutual love of food. >> it was great meeting erica. we had a great time watching the game together. who knows, hopefully, get a second date. >> all right, producer erica scott joins us now from denver, colorado, erica, we were all -- we were all set up by friends. how did it compare to the digital dates? >> i have had the best of both worlds. i've had the digital dates. i've had setups from friends and colleagues. i think you go into a little bit more comfortable knowing that you
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might be a smaller pool. i don't know how many friend of friends you have to date from. 40 million americans online, a crowded marketplace, or you can say it's ripe for a digital date. it depends on your preference. >> there are so many different outlets on online. you're going to austin. you're going to be talking to ceo of bumble. what makes that site different from the others? >> sure, bumble is unique in the sense that once a match is made, the girl has to initiate the conversation. the ceo is also a woman. i want to ask her if she thinks having the women initiate the conversation if that possibly makes for a better match. >> like the sadie hawkins of online dating. you have done pretty cool things on these first dates. you're doing something that might scare you the most, texas two-stepping. >> i'm excited to get my dancing shoes on and going to austin. we're going to be two-stepping. hopefully, i don't miss my
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i'm at the airport again. >> do we know who you're meeting in austin? >> i guess that's a no. >> she's being extra secretive. >> we have to wait until tomorrow to find out. >> i'm dying to know if there's been a love connection. we have to wait until the end? >> we have to wait until the end. can't have a spoiler there. we want to thank adventures by disney for the incredible dog sledding date. follow erica's journey on our website. coming up, we have our $5 dinner challenge. can chef ming pull it off? that's next. >> "gma's" post game party
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does fro and it's time now the kick off our $5 challenge. we're going to give celebrity chefs $5 budget to make a well-balanced meal if two. that's it. our first challenger is ming tsai. he's here with a special dish for the chinese new year. come on out, chef ming. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, george. >> how it's going? >> how are you? >> good. >> good to see you. >> 5 bucks. what are we starting out with. >> turkey, buy turkey in bulk.
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we don't need 12 ounces of it. pound. that's cheap. $1.96 then, two instant ramen, right, we all went to college we all ate ramen noodles. they're awesome. .67 cents. for two portions. and they cook super fast, in two minutes. bok choy. it's still very good for you. so cheap, under $1 for the bok choy. it's like 91 cents. then half a bunch of scallions and ginger. flavor, good for you. antioxidants. all good. >> what do we add up here? >> we're way under 5. >> what's the total? >> there it is. oh, plenty of room. >> there you go. >> what should i get from the pantry? >> everybody's pantry should
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so grab those two. excellent. so, what we're going to do -- this is 12 ounces of turkey meat. that's what we have. saute that. >> plenty for two people. >> exactly, saute the garlic. add a little touch of soy sauce. in here, we have the noodles, do it per the instructions. but the one trick, every ramen packet has a seasoning packet. i actually mix the seasoning packet into the turkey. that gives us some seasoning. so, then, you just boil this for two minutes. what you can then do is take this brown turkey, add it to the ramen noodles like that. then, the bok choy, if you cut it up nice and thin like this, it cooks really quickly. and then we add just a touch -- hello, hi, everyone. >> hi. >> a little touch of soy sauce.
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beijing, they always put vinegar in noodles. it's a very beijing thing to do. all right, mix this up. nice and hot. >> really good. >> i mean, it's good for you. it's easy. you can do this with a hot pot at home. all right, a little bit of that. >> excellent. >> very comforting. >> love the seasoning. >> i mean, it's cold. i was at the super bowl yesterday, it was hot. >> you flew all night? >> oh, yeah, but it was awesome to do. it was a fun defensive game, i tell ya. >> do we need a wok to make this dish? >> no, but if you buy a ming tsai wok my kids go to college. just saying. just saying. >> you're good. >> tell us about this. >> this is a peking duck. chinese new year, you get red envelope. whole fruit, preserved fruit is
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this is called a peking duck. you got a whole duck stuffed with a whole chicken. stuffed with a whole squab. look at that. i actually did this down in new orleans. we made that. it's one of the most delicious -- >> we got some new orleans people here. >> try it. >> tell me what it tastes like. >> it's a duck, chicken and a squab. >> wow. >> it's cajun, asian, peking duck. >> excellent. thank you. fantastic. you did pretty well with the challenge. get the recipes on goodmorningamerica on yahoo.com. >> i'm going to make this.
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the super bowl next. welcome back to "good morning america" postgame party. now to the winner of a once-in-a-lifetime trip to super bowl 50. thanks to our sponsor marriott rewards. bill craigle and his friends got an all-expenses paid trip to watch the big game at levi's stadium. imagine going to the super bowl. >> we're going to super bowl. >> reporter: now imagine going with 50 of your family and friends. >> marriott rewards is also sending you to a super bowl with them. >> reporter: bill craigle and his family from upstate new york got to put the super in their super bowl weekend. winning the sweepstakes. breaking news to their guests with football great brian urlacher. about their once in a lifetime to super bowl 50. watching the game from a luxury stadium suite.
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>> reporter: but the win winning meaning so much more for bill and his family. bill's son will having beaten brain cancer able to invite those who helped him through. >> it means a lot. >> reporter: won a supersized super bowl weekend. rubbing shoulders with tony romo. >> we just had a family picture with rich eisen, tony romo and steve young. >> reporter: cruising with tim tebow, even bringing some of the doctors that helped will beat cancer on their whirlwind trip. >> it's been awesome to be able to give to everyone who was able to help us. >> it's been a dream come true to be able to go to the super bowl and share it with our family and friends. >> oh, yeah, congratulations to
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we'll be right back. uptown funk you up uptown funk you up >> before we go, a little uptown funk for your monday morning. >> and an exciting moment for peyton manning, where he's going? >> disneyland. >> he's going to disneyland. >> after the super bowl. >> enjoy it. have a great monday, happy
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>> this is good.it's 8:57. people buying burning man tickets later this month will also pay a "live entertainment" tax for the first time. organizers were notified by the nevada department of taxation last week that the event qualified for the charge. the state says tax registration is required before the 15-thousand tickets can go on sale. the organization previously argued for exemption- claiming... attendees.. not the organization... provided entertainment. ## the reno police department's "run with a recruiter" series kicked off at reno high school this weekend. about a dozen people showed up to work out alongside officers.. ask questions.. and see if they're physically ready to take the test to become a police officer. the department plans to add 16 to 18 positions this year. these informal training sessions are held once a month. the department will start accepting applications at the end of april. joining me now is
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look at the forecast. high pressure will bring generally light winds and unseasonably mild daytime temperatures this week. strong valley inversions will continue today, then weaken during the next few days as weak low pressure slowly approaches the west coast. precipitation chances remain slim for the upcoming week. the main short term weather issue is the gusty east ridge level winds along the sierra
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