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good morning, america. and breaking this morning, big news for the u.s. economy. brand-new jobs report. signs that hiring is on an upswing and america is spending again. are we headed for a jobs boom this year? caught on tape, the highway patrol officer caught on camera, allegedly arresting dozens on false charges. even tasering one. the trooper of the year facing a class-action lawsuit. were her superiors covering up her lies. mcdreamy takes on starbucks and wins. he saves lives on "grey's anato anatomy." now, he is saving jobs.
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keeping a coffee chain from collapsing. why he made this personal house call. and take a look at this intriguing, new photo of princess diana, going viral overnight. the most famous woman in the world at 19, with a mysterious man. the photo marked, not to be published. taken just months before diana becomes a princess. now, the world looks for answers on the story behind the picture. good morning, america. happy friday to robin at home. sam is happily on his honeymoon. welcome back to elizabeth and ginger zee. everyone's here. a big backlash growing on capitol hill, that some may have heart, about "zero dark thirty." getting oscar buzz for director kathryn bigelow. now, senators want to know if the cia turned over classified
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information about torture to the filmmakers. it's causing a controversy there. could cause trouble for the incoming cia director. >> not just whether they turned over classified information. but whether or not they tried to mislead filmmakers that torture was involved. and details in the high-stakes trial we've been covering, the one of the woman accused of killing her boyfriend after he broke up with her. the strange call she made to a detective the day after the body was found. it was played in court yesterday. we have the latest on that case coming up. we have an astonishing medical mystery this morning. the high school basketball star who cannot celebrate victories with his team because he has to rush to the tanning bed on doctor's orders. >> you can see it there. we're going to get to that. let's get to josh and today's top headlines. >> good morning to all of you. we're doing to begin on the first major report on how the u.s. economy is doing, specifically when it comes to creating jobs. and there's some encouraging
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news. weekend "gma" rancor bianna golodryga here with details. >> a big report this morning. the monthly jobs report due later this morning, is an important gauge of where the economy stands. and there is some new optimism. a survey released thursday, found hiring beat expectations in december, with 215,000 jobs created, the most in 10 months. the other encouraging sign, the number of people filing for unemployment benefits is at its lowest rate in four years. and americans continue to spend on retail goods, electronics to cars. auto companies saw their best sales in five years last month. but the big question is, was the growth just because it was the holiday season? or is this sustainable? this morning's jobs report will help answer that question. >> a real bellwether. we'll have our eyes on that. a major legal victory for google this morning, after it was accused of unfair bias in its search results. regulators have cleared the company of those claims, saying
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google is not guilty of antitrust violations. it will be allowed to rank search results in ways that highlight its own services. some 70% of web searches in the u.s. go through google. and nearly two years to the day after being wounded by a gunman herself, former congresswoman gabby giffords travels to connecticut today to comfort the families of the newtown school shooting victims. earlier this week, giffords met with new york city mayor, michael bloomberg. you see a picture of it here. to discuss gun control. the children who survived the attack at sandy hook elementary, returned to class thursday without incident. on the same day, connecticut's governor ordered a review of state gun laws there. and a massive settlement from the 2010 oil spill. drilling giant, transocean, the owner of the rig that exploded, has agreed to pay a $1.4 billion fine to settle the government's claims against the company. the money will be used to fund recovery projects all along the
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gulf coast. and take a look at this dramatic rescue about 200 miles off of new orleans there in the gulf. a coast guard crew plucking a sick man and his wife from their sailboat. they were heading to houston when their 64-foot boat got caught up in rough weather. and the man suffered an apparent heart attack. after being airlifted to the hospital, he is now reported to be in stable condition. this morning we're getting a very rare glimpse at the preroyal life of princess diana. photo, about to go up for auction. believed to be from a swiss ski trip in 1980. this is before diana met prince charles. it shows a 19-year-old diana lounging on a bed with a mystery young man. a bottle of whiskey within their reach. a british newspaper held on to this -- >> a full bottle of whiskey. >> a full bottle. at least it was when the picture was snapped. a british newspaper held on to
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it for decades. it had the words not to be published scrawled on it. >> if they found it before the engagement was announced. nothing is known. i think it's intriguing. you can read into it whatever you want. it can be perfectly innocent. >> it's a 19-year-old on a ski trip. >> that was a fun trip. >> right. exactly. >> you know what? >> elizabeth and i are like, ponies in a field. slow-motion, with music playing. >> come on. we're going to turn to washington now and a close call for house speaker john boehner. he got re-elected yesterday. but not before some warning shots from his own party. after the close vote, boehner was emotional. >> you've come here to see your name up in the lights or to pass off a political victory as some accomplishment, you've come to the wrong place. the door's right behind you. >> and with that, let's bring in abc's jonathan karl. jon, there was unusual tension on the house floor when they were counting those votes. >> reporter: there really was, george. i was in the chamber.
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i can tell you, even as they started casting ballots, boehner's own team did not know if they had the votes to win an outright majority. in the end, he lost 12 republicans. that may not sound like a lot. but it would take just 17 to keep him from getting re-elected speaker. so, he emerges as a weakened speaker. less able to make compromises with the president. as one republican put it, he was like a cemetery superintendent. he has a lot of people under him. but nobody listening. >> that's going to be tough for him as he faces the debt limit confrontation with the president at the end of february. and the president learning yesterday he's going to face that without his treasury secretary, tim geithner. we knew he was going to leave. but now, he's saying he's going to leave right after the inaugural and not be around for that confrontation. >> reporter: that's right. not a surprise he's going. but he was going to follow through the fiscal cliff debate. that's only part-over. the debt limit fight's a big one. he'll have a new treasury secretary. it will almost certainly be jack lew, his current chief of staff. a shuffling of chairs.
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but this is the last of the economic team left in the white house, geithner. >> jon karl, thank you very much. looking forward to you joining our powerhouse roundtable on "this week" this sunday. senate republican leader, mitch mcconnell. now, to the growing backlash over the movie "zero dark thirty." the movie chronicles the hunt for osama bin laden. three senators, including the chair of the senate intelligence committee are now putting pressure on the cia to reveal just how much information it gave to filmmakers. and whether or not the agency deliberately tried to mislead them into thinking torture led to the finding of osama bin laden. abc's martha raddatz joins us, now, with the very latest on this story. martha? >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. this morning, the cia is looking at new investigations into information shared with the filmmakers. all of this may be good for box office sales. but right now, it has a few very powerful people on the hill outraged.
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the makers of "zero dark thirty" certainly want oscar buzz. but now, the powerful film is getting more unwanted attention from lawmakers. >> when was the last time you saw bin laden? >> reporter: the similar suggests that so-called enhanced interrogation techniques on cia detainees were successful in leading them to bin laden's hideout. john mccain told cnn, the film's portrayal is misleading. >> you believe when you watch this movie that waterboarding and torture leads to information that leads them to elimination of osama bin laden. that's not the case. >> reporter: before this latest controversy, i asked the film's director about the scenes depicting waterboarding. >> i felt it was important to be accurate and be authentic. you know, granted, you know, it's not an easy subject. but it's also pretty irrefutable that that was part of this
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ten-year-long hunt. >> reporter: documents already released through freedom of information requests, show cooperation with the filmmakers by the cia and pentagon. now, investigators are looking at records of those interactions to determine whether the filmmakers had any inappropriate access to sensitive information. >> i never asked for classified material. to my knowledge, i never received any. >> reporter: in a december statement to cia personnel, acting director michael morell, called the film a dramatization. saying the enhanced interrogation techniques were the key to finding bin laden. that impression was false. but he said some of the information leading to the capture came from those interrogation techniques. the filmmakers stress this is not a documentary. it's a movie. it's based on actual events. but some of them are dramatized. we're going to turn to an
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alarming report about americans asleep at the wheel. the new research shows it's happening a lot more than you might think. to 1 in 24 adults. and the true numbers are likely higher because some people don't realize they're nodding off. abc's ron claiborne is here with the debates. and wake-up call really applies here. >> reporter: it does, george. it's happened to all of us at some point. we're convinced we can outrun our own fatigue and make it to our destination in our cars. but according to a new report by the cdc, many of us are fooling ourselves and dozing off on the road. look at this astonishing video. a woman asleep at the wheel. her car drifts from lane-to-lane. eventually, she woke up and stopped. but what happened to that woman happens to a lot of us. the new cdc report found that 4.2% of more than 147,000 people interviewed, acknowledged they had fallen asleep while driving in the previous month.
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every year, drowsy driving is blamed for more than 60,000 accidents. >> sleep is such a powerful drive that if you really need it, the brain is going to say, aha, sleep. and that can be incredibly dangerous situation. >> reporter: researchers say tired drivers are especially susceptible to something called microsleep, where they fall asleep for just a few seconds. >> it can happen in the blink of an eye. >> reporter: to test the effects of driving without enough rest, last fall i stayed up 32 hours straight. and then, drove a minivan at a sleep research van closed track in massachusetts, while attached to a brain monitor. just 20 minutes into the experiment, i had fallen asleep and driven off the road. but the truly shocking part came later, when i was shown the results of the brian monitor. i had fallen asleep 18 times and only remembered 2 of them. the cdc report says that's not unusual. that's why the incidents of drivers falling asleep behind
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the wheel is probably much higher than what they found. and the cdc says that motorists need to recognize the symptoms of drowsiness. for example, frequent blinking or yawning or drifting out of your lane. if that happens, pull over and rest. you're probably wondering, caffeine, it staves off the tiredness. but only for a while. >> don't get close to that line. now, to the highway patrol officer caught on camera, allegedly arresting people on bogus charges, including drunk driving. so many people she pulled over actually passed the breathalyzer tests. but were arrested anyway. the officer is facing a major lawsuit. and abc's john schriffen has the story. >> reporter: this dash cam video is providing ammo for attorneys this morning, firing back at a former utah highway patrol officer who they say was up to no good. >> license and insurance, please. >> reporter: at first glance, this video from 2011, appears to be a routine dui stop.
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>> stand right there and face me. >> reporter: but take a closer look. >> any alcohol for you tonight? >> oh, no. >> reporter: utah highway patrol officer, has the driver perform a series of sobriety tests. >> three, four. >> down to your side. >> reporter: the lawyer says she passed all with flying colors. and yet, she was still arrested for a dui. charges later dropped after blood tests found no alcohol in her system. >> do we have a culture of corruption that occurs here? the stories are rampant. >> reporter: the officer has pulled over and arrested at least 40 others on bogus dui or other charges. this man says it happened to him, when the officer claims he was speeding. >> she said she clocked me at 73. the fastest i was going was 62. >> reporter: like the others, he was arrested for dui. and his wife in the passenger seat was forced to find her own way home. >> they dropped her off at a
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burger king. >> reporter: when it was shown he was not drunk, the charge was reduced to having an open container of alcohol. he is part of a class-action lawsuit saying they knew she had lied in the past. she pulled over this man, who she tasered while still in her car. >> her award for trooper of the year should be taken away from her. >> reporter: that officer is no longer on the job. currently being investigated on unrelated issues. utah highway patrol refused to comment on this because it is pending legislation. still waiting to hear back from them. >> that's amazing footage. john, thank you. we're going to turn to a rescue story also caught on camera. two arizona teens stranded on cracking ice for hours, until they were saved by a quick-thinking friend and fast-working first responders. abc's cecilia vega has the story. >> reporter: the frozen lake was cracking by the minute.
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all the two stranded boys could cling to but a dying tree and short branches. and that's where they waited to be rescued for more than four hours. >> we weren't sure what was going to happen. if we were going to fall all the way and have hyperthermia and maybe die. >> reporter: it started off as a fun walk across the lake near their arizona home. >> it looked pretty frozen. >> reporter: but when 14-year-old christian van aller and alex orton stepped on the ice, they heard cracking and rushed to the tree. >> it started really cracking maybe 20 feet back. and so, we were trying to hurry and get across. that's when it really sunk in and broke. >> reporter: each had a shoe stuck in the ice. they had to cover their freezing feet with their hats to stay warm. on shore, alex's brother called for help. but the first call wasn't to 911. it was to mom. >> i knew i was going to be in trouble when i got home. that was the main thing that was in my head. >> reporter: as rescuers raced to bring the boys to safety, temperatures dropped as night
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fell. >> if they were in a different location and ice that thin, the outcome wouldn't have been so good. >> reporter: they say they learned their lesson. >> we're not going to take away the cell phone. that's the only reason they got rescued. >> x-boxes maybe. >> reporter: while they may be home safely, these boys are not quite out of the woods just yet. for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> x-box is gone. >> say good-bye. say good night. now, switching gears to patrick dempsey, known for saving lives on "grey's anatomy." but a new role is brewing when he went up against starbucks to rescue a local coffee chain about to collapse. take a look. >> i'm not going out with you. >> reporter: on "grey's anatomy" patrick dempsey's character is used to winning hearts. ♪ >> reporter: he's also familiar
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with saving lives in the operating room. >> i need to save lives. a spinal fracture. >> reporter: but dempsey's latest role is investor. trying to save the seattle-based tully's coffee chain. and going up against starbucks to do it. >> great people here. with the success of the show, there's a fondness in this community. >> reporter: it seemed like a classic david versus goliath. and it looks like the little guys may have won again. last night, dempsey tweeting, we met the green monster, looked her in the eye and she blinked. we got it. dempsey's goal, saving tully's 500 workers from unemployment. >> i think some of the players involved in this deal want to take those jobs away. and you're looking at an economy that's really rough. and you're looking at jobs. we stopped by one of the stores yesterday, and the employees are deeply concerned. >> reporter: after that house call to a tully's coffee house, he tweeted out this photo and made one barista's day. >> so involved in trying to buy the company, as well. he wants to be involved with his
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employees, as well, too. >> reporter: hear hear, patrick dempsey. tully's is delicious coffee. >> and now, we all get to try it. let's go to ginger zee. she's in for sam. >> it snowed in west texas, guys. el paso, three inches. and look at midland. all of the roads became a huge mess. i-10 had big-time problems. and people in texas say, i don't like to go out. at least folks told us that. a lot of cold air behind it. 30 for a high. dallas will be just north on that fringe of cold rain. and a little snow mixed in. your local forecast in just 30 seconds.
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>> good morning everyone. 33 degrees is our temperature. what a pretty start. the skies are clear this morning. have cooled down in its use but. 18 in manassas. forecast for today, mostly sunny skies. our ties between 38 and 42 degrees. it will be beautiful for saturday. 47 degrees. a and coming up on "gma," dramatic, new details in the trial of the woman accused of killing her boyfriend after he broke up with her. the strange call she made to detectives after the body was found. dan and nancy here to weigh in live. and the high school basketball star forced to rush from the game right to a tanning
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>> live and in hd, this is an updateews >> good morning. it is 7:26. simpson with a local news update. take longer to get
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this weekend. trains will not run between louisiana east -- k on the blue, wor yellow, or green line. told you on "good morning washington," redskins fans are getting pumped up. tickets for sunday's game are hottest in town. you cannot find them on line -- find an online but do not expected to be cheap. we will have much more coming up in a live in that report coming in just a few minutes. now look a traffic. >> doubled very much. metro is running on schedule. if you are worried about the earlier tractor-trailer beltway, that has been cleared. maryland, i want to give you the clear coming out of new
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hampshire ave. all sides of the earlier crash gone. we need to take a look at our weakened forecast. >> our temperatures are going to be warming up. a beautiful sunrise here. 33 degrees is our temperature. the wind chill will be picking up this afternoon. 18 in manassas. we will warm it up into the thirties and low were 40 today. mostly sunny skies. it's here is how we can forecast. a high 47 on sunday afternoon. double so much.
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this morning, we have the strange phone call she made to the detective the day after the body was found. >> many layers there. she thrilled us on the dance floor for years. julianne hough opening up about a personal struggle she has never before revealed. also, a couple of fun ones for you. it's friday, after all. to that end, the "downton abbey" cast here this morning. revealing secrets of season three now upon us. and the brand-new trend for men. or not. >> they look so good on you, josh. josh is wearing them now. >> yep. meggings, leggings for men. it says here -- >> does that mean you're not going to be breaking them out this weekend, george? >> there's a pretty safe bet. >> we're looking forward to that
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segment. we're going to go to the trial, the dramatic trial weaver been covering of the woman charged with the brutal murder of her ex-boyfriend, after he broke up with her. a shocking phone call she made the day after his body was found was revealed in court yesterday. we'll talk to dan and nancy live in a moment about the case. but first, here's abc's ryan owens with the story. >> this is detective steve flores. >> reporter: most accused killers do not reach out to the police. >> i wanted to offerny assistance that i might have. >> reporter: but jodi arias is not most accused killers. >> we dated for, like, five months. and we broke up and we continued to actually see each other. >> reporter: you're listening to a conversation between jodi and the lead detective trying to solve the murder of her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. the conversation happened the day after his body was found in the shower of his mesa, arizona, bedroom, in june 2008. >> that was the last time you
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saw him. >> right? you haven't been back in town since then? >> not at all. >> reporter: jodi admits, that was a lie. not only was she in his house that night. she killed him. she said in self-defense. ♪ o holy night >> reporter: the soft spoken woman who won the jailhouse christmas caroling competition, wiped away tears as the prosecution showed the jury photos of his body. they say she stabbed him 27 times, slit his throat and shot him in the head. the defense says that travis was a sexual deviant that controlled her. >> you remember seeing an e-mail from mr. alexander to miss arias, where he provides her a picture of the french maid outfit he would like her to don when she cleans his apartment. >> reporter: the jury got a look inside travis' washing machine, where detectives found a digital camera. on the memory card, pictures of
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travis seconds before he was killed. and after the camera was dropped, a shot of jodi arias dragging his bloody body. >> a friend of ours was bed in his bedroom. >> reporter: police released 911 tape from the day travis' friends discovered his body. they already had a suspect in mind. >> he has an ex-girlfriend that's been bothering him. following him. and slashing tifrs and things like that. >> and do you know the ex-girlfriend's name? >> her name's jodi. >> reporter: for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, phoenix. let's get more on this from our "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. and nancy grace. nancy will be covering the trial tonight on hln. let's begin, it's hard, knowing what we know now, more damaging evidence than that phone call that jodi made. >> you're right. we are going to have more devastating evidence. the state left off with a fingerprint expert on the stand.
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and what she really is a crime scene tech, to boil it down. she's going to lay out all of the physical evidence, that she is protecting the chain of custody. and she's going to give an overview of all the fingerprints they found. and when i hear that the defense is trying to bring up, he asked her to wear a french maid outfit. please. if that was a crime, about 50% of american men would be behind bars right now. so, you get the french maid outfit. and you get the crime scene photos. you know, it is laughable. i agree with you. but i've got to tell you, i've prosecuted a lot of homicides, including mass murder. and when i look at these crime scene photos, it actually made me sick to my stomach because this guy has a mother somewhere. and she is seeing pictures of her little boy, now grown, dead, slumped over in a shower. and it's disgusting. >> you see the photos. and you hear her voice calmly
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lying. >> you have her on audiotape, right, first saying she wasn't there, at all. talking to the detective, trying to be helpful, supposedly. then, shortly thereafter, you have her on videotape lying in a different story. this time, saying, well, okay. i was there. but there were intruders. it's not just notes of a detective saying, here's what she said the first time. you have her on audiotape the first time, telling one story. you have her on videotape telling a different story. now, you have her lawyer in court arguing something completely different. self-defense. >> and that point that nancy brings up. her lawyer in court laying out a lot of accusations against the victim. >> they are trying to effectively put the victim on trial here. to suggest that he wrote racy e-mails, that he wrote things about her in e-mails, that means he was controlling her, and therefore, it was self-defense. that's the problem they have. so, you have these e-mails. where's the connection to self-defense?
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this is, as i said from the beginning, an effort to get a lesser conviction in this case. i think the defense attorneys know she's going to get convicted. the question is, what is she going to get convicted of? >> the accused sort of playing to the jury. she's gotten quite emotional at times, as well. >> oh, please. yeah, i know. i know. this is the thing. as dan was saying, he's correct to this point. she's on audio. she's on video. that was "inside edition" or "48 hours." she comes up with a crazy story that travis alexander was attacked by people all dressed in black. that's her second story. she never cried during any of that. miss sob sister turns it on when the jury is there. i'll tell you what is getting me upset other than what this victim lives through. is that the self-defense theory and battered women zone.
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i have worked with battered women. and the reality is, she is claiming that he is verbally abusive. the old adage, sticks and stones. the first time we hear physical abuse is the incident where she slashes him. a smiley face slash, from ear to ear, ironically leaving a smile as his throat is cut open. sticks and stones. it's not going to work on this jury. i'm telling you right now. >> and you said before, dan, her attorneys probably don't want her to stake the stand. but nancy has said she probably wants to, anyway. >> it depends on how serious they are about self-defense. if this is a real self-defense case. >> it better be. >> i think this is an effort to get a lesser conviction. i don't think they think there's a shot they're going to get an acquittal. this to me is to get a second-degree murder conviction. if that's the case, maybe you don't have her take the stand. >> dan abrams, nancy grace,
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thanks very much. let's get the weather, now. ginger zee in for sam. >> good morning, everyone. we have something to make you feel small this morning. this is a superimposed picture of the earth, next to a solar eruption, a minor solar eruption, 20-times the diameter. it makes you feel small. maybe it makes you feel warmer. you'll need to. today in the northeast, the temperatures are in the 30s. it will likely feel like the 20s for new york city. buffalo, pittsburgh, at 34. your winds, the high around 29. and this weekend, a little wet out in the west. san francisco will pick up about a half-inch. a and cooler a >> 33 degrees right now. y start.hill sunshine. is forecast for today y during a little breez the afternoon. between 38 and 42.
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we're back at 7:43, with the medical mystery we've been talking about. a high school basketball star with a disease, so require that doctors don't know what causes it or how to cure it. but they know what helps, going to the tanning salon off that basketball court. linsey davis is here with more. >> reporter: josh borrelli is the golden child. the senior with the deep tan in the midst of winter. he sports a tan that is prescribed. the ultraviolet rays are so protective, he can't miss a day without tanning. without it, the disease with life-threatening complications could resurface. 19 seconds left in the game. shawnee is down by one. that's when they give it to josh borrelli. the guy on the team with the most experience at overcoming adversity. borrelli has a rare auto immune disease called mucha hagerman.
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>> i had red lesions all over my body. i went to the doctor. it was the first or second case he had seen in his 40-year practice. >> reporter: after eighth grade, the disease went into remission. until just weeks before the start of his senior season. the lesions came back. and the doctor described medication and daily visits to the tanning salon. >> my dad went with me the first couple times because i was nervous. >> reporter: at the time, he wasn't just believed to be the only person in the state of new jersey with the disease, but the country. a disease with no known cause or cure. >> this disease is so rare, that most dermatologists don't see it in their entire practice. >> reporter: many people confuse it with chickenpox and think it's contagious. but it's not. >> it's very challenging for him. but i've seen him rise to the occasion. >> reporter: eight minutes a day in a tanning salon helps to keep the disease at bay. so, the only thing that looks
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different about his skin right now is his copper tone complex. other than that, everything about his look is smooth. including his jump shot. moves like that will play to fans, fear the tan t-shirt. >> if anything, it's helped it. there's people out there worse off than i am. i know i'm really lucky. >> reporter: borrelli averages 20 points a game. he's 2 points shy of 1,000 points in his career. right now, all is well. but the doctor says the disease could resurface. it can come and go for years at a time. so peculiar, lara. >> i love this kid. what a great guy. >> great kid. >> wishing him all the best. good luck, josh. and thank you, linsey. coming up, julianne hough, opening up for the first time about a very personal struggle that she has never before revealed. also, what did this guy right here about to do? take a look. just stop it. >> what? >> there you go.
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new york, for some reason -- >> what? >> yeah. he's a -- >> what is that? >> he's an older fella, that likes to dance to the commodores. doing a move he calls the funky tangerine. it might also be the name of the dance -- >> that he's doing. >> of the inflatable orange suit. >> oh. i like that one. >> that one disturbs me. >> is it filled up with air? >> keep them coming, elizabeth. i can use all the follow-ups you got. it's friday. and sometimes we just want to show you people in big, orange, inflatable suits. and guess what. i have for you, america, take a look. >> oh, yeah. >> oh, my gosh. >> just in case, america, you were wondering. this is the same fella that was riding the broken mechanical bull yesterday. there he is. get down with your bad self.
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abc 7 news update >> good morning. a former fbi agent is convicted deadly drug in drive crash. -- d. you like. police say he was drunk when he killed and 18 year-old.
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funeral services will be held countyrince william in theofficer who died line of duty. chris young died when his motorcycle hit a minivan. we will have an in-depth report this coming up in just a few minutes. and now a look at traffic. the roads are a little better than normal. the 95 delays have cleared out. we have a brief delay coming off of the beltway. it goes to a crash before the fabulous. silverys here three springs. and now to the forecast. agreed look at forecast. start thisly morning. have a couple of thirties on the map. a wide range of temperatures. should warm up to the upper low 40's this plenty ofwith
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sunshine. that intoe more of your saturday. it warms up early into next week. the clouds will move in the hour temperatures are staying pretty e at 47 for our high. >>, so much. and double for joining us. -- thank you for joining us.
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[ cheers and applause ] a lot of people celebrating out in times square. it is freezing. but not inside. d.j. reach is in the control room right now. and he is spinning everyone into friday. >> no wonder we can't get anything done. >> that's so true. it's all part of jumpstarting our january. we're going to do it all month long. and now, we have trampoliners, i'm told. but i don't see them right now.
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robin at home, recovering. sam on his honeymoon. >> they're on their way. and we have two astonishing weight loss stories coming up. we've been doing them all week. and these are assistants to famous people. and each dropped about half their body weight. they're actually very funny stories. one of them is kathy griffin's assistant. who is part of her show. and she saw herself on television and said, i have to lose some weight. and did, dramatically. we're going to talk to the assistants and their bosses about how they dropped the weight. it's really great. that also means that it's jumpstart january, that our trainers are here. so, hit it, fellas. chris powell is with us. our transformation specialist. that's what we're calling him. >> the intro has gotten more elaborate. >> i know. thank goodness it's friday. we love you so much on "extreme
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makeover: weight loss edition." you've written a book on this. and you have our tip of the day. >> tip of the day, get more sleep. >> amen. >> i know how it is. eight hours of sleep is what we need. but of course, the typical average working american, gets six to seven hours. but when we sleep, our body releases fat-burning hormones. also, if you don't get enough sleep, it's been proven it increases sugar and carb craves later in the date. >> if i can't take a nap, i'll have two pieces of pizza. >> exactly. the more sleep you get, you're going to stay younger. you're going to lose more weight. and it helps curb some cravings. >> is this for airplanes? or do i need to walk around the office with this? >> all day, elizabeth. we are hearing a brooklyn-based band. on my workout playlist.
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also ahead, she's a rising hollywood star. she's julianne hough, opening up for the first time about a very personal struggle. also ahead for you, a hot, new fashion trend. leggings for men. >> oh, wow. >> they're called meggings. wow. the shortest draw known to humanity, with john. we're trying them on. and by we, i mean not george and not myself. >> good morning. >> oh, man. the stars of "downton abbey" here. we'll start with the news from josh. >> we're going to begin with the news about jobs. the most important indicator of how the economy is, in fact, doing. analysts expect between 150,000 and 200,000 jobs were created last month. a solid increase. but not enough to lower the
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unemployment rate, which stands at 7.7%. economists are encouraged by recent growth in the private sector. congress gets down to work. and first up, $9 billion in aid for hurranes of victims of hurricane sandy. house speaker john boehner was narrowly re-elected as speaker yesterday. and more health officials across the country are spreading the word. it is not too late to get your flu shot. some doctors offices and clinics are quickly running out. the worst flu season in a decade is upon us. 31 states are facing an outbreak. the good news, thus far, the vaccine does seem to be a good match for this year's flu strain. and the navy is out with a new warning today, hoping to combat the synthetic drug epidemic. a new public service video shows a sailor snorting bath salts before going on a rampage.
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attacking his girlfriend, as you see here. and viewing his roommates as demons before winding up in the e.r. the video ends with a warning that bath salts cause erratic and angry behavior. and police in south florida are looking for the public's help here, as they hunt for the three men you see here. they held up a radio shack. after chasing customers and workers at gun point into a storage room, they helped themes to iphones and other gadgets and fled in a waiting car. if you see them, please contact authorities. and naomi campbell is recovering from a leg injury after she was attacked and mugged on a street in paris. she reportedly suffered a torn ligament and is now using a wheelchair. sources say she was knocked to the ground while trying to hail a cab. finally, a moment every parent can relate to. we told you the new congress was just sworn in. new york senator kirsten gillibrand's son thought that
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would be the best time to play with mommy's hair, just as she was taking the oath. that's terrific. who among us doesn't know that, at the least opportune time? >> the vice president loved every minute of it. >> he did. let's do it. happy friday, everybody. good morning to you. and we begin this morning with catherine zeta-jones. she is hollywood royalty. but she is so beloved in her homeland of wales, not only for her talent. but also for her efforts to save a legendary landmark. the welsh actress has donated a substantial amount of money where it's believed the lost palace of llewellyn the great and his family ruled years ago. the site has a date on it that dates back to 1624. but archaeological digs say that the palace was there before. it the group wants to guarantee preservation for years to come. >> that's really great.
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also in "pop news," it started with dr. know. but audiences are saying yes to 007. because of that, the 85th academy awards will include a tribute to james bond an his 50th birthday. a toast, of course, as the longest-running movie franchise in history. no word on how many leading men would appear. it would be great to see as many as possible sharing the stage. we'll find out when the academy awards airs here, sunday, february 24th, on abc. >> that's cool. >> yeah. also, in "pop news." it's a big day. hillary clinton, we're happy she's out of the hospital. hopefully out of the woods. and now, getting major hollywood buzz. one of the hottest screen plays reportedly making the rounds is about the secretary of state. and it has nothing to do with a possible run for the white house. it's a love story, everybody. it's currently being called rodham. and it follows a 20-something hillary rodham, as she decides
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between her career and her boyfriend. you know that guy? >> bill -- something. >> the movie is based on dozens of books written about the clintons. it's about them meeting and the challenges of love, and balancing it all. >> does this movie have her blessing? >> we'll find out, elizabeth. follow-up-free friday, elizabeth. finally, everybody, a little gift for you on this friday morning, from our friend who goes by the same time. his brand-new video out. which means little gift in chinese. thank you very much. the 22-week-old panda cub at the san diego zoo is getting a workout. he's not ones by play yet. you can watch him on the 24/7 panda cam. and we thought it was a nice little eye candy for you on this friday morning. that is "pop news," everybody. but -- >> pandas.
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>> pandas. hair touching. it's feel-good friday on jumpstart january. it's all good. we'll get back to you on that one. finally, everybody, the pop quiz. which set of a popular tv show may be haunted? we'll have the answer after weather. think about it. let's get the weather from ginger. >> all right. we've got people from louisiana. people from michigan. and from houston. what's your name? >> elizabeth. >> isabella is sending kisses to houston. did you know it snowed in texas? >> it did. it did. not in houston. let's talk about where it did snow. that was parts of el paso. midland. look at some of the pictures. there's snow there. it doesn't look right. but they got three inches in el paso. watch this as milder air moves up. and behind that same storm. atlanta will get close to 60 on sunday. new york city will reach the 40s by the end of the weekend. and on monday, be 40 degrees. for florida, it stays showery.
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jacksonville, 60 today. tampa, right below 70 degrees. a little below in ft. myers. and 82 for >> is a beautiful start with plenty of sunshine. our temperature is 33 degrees. 30 at dulles. only 18 in manassas. 23 in quantico. it is a little bit breezy. our heights between 38 and 42 degrees. at our seven-look forecast, saturday and cloudswe will get a few moving in. degrees and a >> got a lot of folks braving the cold out here. let's get back in to lara. >> welcome them all. now, here's a look at what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." rising hollywood star, julianne hough, opening up for the first
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and it's hot in the control room. >> d.j. reach. >> d.j. reach keeping it going. we have your answer to our pop quiz. what set of a popular tv show may be haunted? and the answer is "downton abbey." according, according, according to shirley maclaine, as we know, she would know. yeah. it's a really interesting article. she told "the daily news" that the castle set is haunted. and that pictures came off the walls. we're going to talk to the cast, coming up, about the new season. she says it has something to do with -- that castle, of course, is real. at one point had king tut's remains in it. and she believes that has something to do with it. >> all kinds of follow-ups, there. >> was it haunted or crowded? julianne hough right now.
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she got fans on "dancing with the stars." and she plays in "safe haven." julianne is opening up about her struggles with abuse as a child. paula faris has the story. >> reporter: she's the bubbly, blonde, triple threat that america fell in love with on "dancing with the stars." ♪ and ryan seacrest's leading lady. now, in shocking, new interviews with "entertainment tonight" and "cosmo" magazine, actress julianne hough revealed how child abuse scarred her past. >> it sucked the life out of me. and the light about me was gone. >> reporter: the world-class dancer tells the magazine, it all unraveled far from home, during her years at a prestigious british dance academy. while i was in london, i was abused, mentally, physically, everything, she said. i was 10 years old, looking like i was 28, being are a very
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sensual dancer. hough alluded to it last year. >> in utah, you said you were encouraged to dance. but some of the outfits for mormon country was a little much. >> i have to say, 7 years old, dancing the way i was dancing, it was pretty sexy. >> reporter: the star tells "cosmo" the abuse got worse when she got older. >> this is the first time she's been able to share this. and i think a lot of it had to do with the role that she's working on. >> reporter: that role, a starring spot alongside josh duhamel in "safe haven." hough plays a woman running from an abusive past. >> reporter: t >> the director had her improvise and talking about her own experiences in character. and she says it's one of the most therapeutic moments she had. >> reporter: now, the rising star says she hopes her story
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can motivate others. >> thanks to paula faris for that. let's go to elizabeth. >> thank you so much. now, to, yes, meggings. >> why am i here? >> because you're going to be modeling some. the hot, new fashion for men has some people cringing, like josh. and others raving, like aaron, you're about to meet, how comfortable they are. tanya rivero is here. she did some deep investigation. >> reporter: hard-hitting journalism. our studio crew looking so comfortable in meggings, right now, following the trend-setting footsteps of people like justin bieber. why are so many men onboard with these leggings? >> i have no idea. >> reporter: take a look. men in tights brings to mind, ballet dancers, shakespeare, and robin hood. ♪ we're men we're men in tights ♪ >> reporter: now, meggings, or leggings for men, are hitting the streets and the runways as one of the hottest, new fashion
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trends. adopted by celebrities like justin bieber, russell brand and lenny kravitz. but are guys really ready to squeeze in? we met up with men at h&m to try out the look. here's the before and after. i have to say, i feel like you're missing your pants. what's the underwear situation like? >> oh, no underwear. >> reporter: there is none. you don't seem to be speaking much. >> that's probably why i'm not speaking very much. it makes me nervous. >> reporter: i want to know if you will walk out on the streets in only the meggings? >> no. >> reporter: and you? >> yes. >> reporter: thumbs up. aaron has long been a fan and owns ten pair. >> i think it was a slippery slope with skinny jeans. i kept buying skinnier and skinnier pants. and then, here we are. >> reporter: what do you need to pull off the look? >> i think tall. and skinny. >> reporter: we brought in an expert from "gq" to weigh in.
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when it comes to coverage, men like mid-thigh. >> there's some basic anatomical practicalities. american men were wearing everything too baggy. as part of that adjustment, extreme outliar situations. the meggings, just do it. >> reporter: but designers are banking many men will do it. high-end brands and chains, like urban outfitters and american apparel, are offering the look. >> i love them. they feel so good. >> reporter: phillip salem owns manhattan boutique, owen nyc. >> the meggings have been selling out like crazy. >> reporter: he carries meggings by top designers. >> people are saying, where did you get these pants? they're actually meggings. >> reporter: only time will tell if this trend has legs. >> there's more jokes being told about meggings than men in meggings. >> hang on.
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george, get over here. i don't want you to miss this. >> we have a pair for george. >> great perspective, right here. >> we do have -- you mock the meggings. a few fashion-forward young men in the studio to model the meggings. aaron owns ten pair. >> why ten pair? >> there's serious fashion dos and don'ts. aaron has been wearing them for a while. he can rock them. he knows the rules. we have alex and dillon here. they need a little help. we're going to go through this. you want to look for meggings that have a texture or a pattern. you have that here. you don't want it to look like long underwear. that's what's going on over here. >> oh, my goodness. >> and aaron has a long shirt. alex needs a longer shirt. >> please. >> the most important piece of advice, own it, wear it with confidence. >> can you judge these guys?
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can we get a shot of the control room? >> aaron became our model there. >> oh, yeah. >> when did "gma live!" start? >> it's a good look. you guys look great. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> confidence is key. >> thank you so much. >> thank you so much. so much. you know, your meggings will look better if you jumpstart your january. we have some for josh. we've been setting fitness goals all week, with incredible stories from "people" magazine's half my size issue. we met people from across the country who have collectively lost more than 1,000 pounds. today, we head to hollywood, where abc's nick watt has the story of two people inspired by their celeb bosses. take a look. >> reporter: kathy griffin is 54 years of age and loves nothing more than a skimpy two-piece.
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>> i'm a bikini model, nick. i don't know what you call your job. but i'm a professional bikini model who does some comedy on the side. >> reporter: no, i mean, the pictures are great. >> reporter: now, meet tiffany. kathy's long-suffering assistant. you've never worn a bikini? >> i've been heavy my whole life. when working for her, along came a reality show. when the show started airing and i was watching it, i'm like, wow, i'm fat. and i need to do something about it. >> reporter: this is tiffany before and after. you lost almost kathy's entire body weight. >> i lost about 80 pounds there. >> reporter: she dropped nearly 90 pounds. tiffany lost it slow and gradual, becoming a story line on griffin's reality show and her talk show. >> i think you can have anything, as long as the portions -- >> reporter: i think that's a problem with this country.
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>> yeah. portion size. >> reporter: too generous. >> everything gets dipped in 150-calorie per dip. >> reporter: that's john lloyd taylor. guitarist with the jonas brothers. here he is, performing with them, on "good morning america." ♪ i'm hot >> reporter: but at his peak, john tipped the scales at a whopping 360 pounds. >> we made a 3d movie at one point. it's 3d. and i'm this huge, 3d guy. and i'm thinking to myself, i'm going to look like a monster in this. i'm going to be scary. kids are going to cry in the movie theater when they see me. >> reporter: john just lost nearly half his body weight with the help and inspiration of his buff buddy, joe jonas. joe gently encouraged john to workout, eat right and just get healthy. >> joe's always doing push-ups. encouraging everybody else to do it, too.
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>> reporter: you and joe doing push-ups. >> before we go on stage. >> reporter: that's not very rock 'n' roll. >> not at all. but feeling good and looking good on stage is. >> all right. joining us now on more with how you can meet your new year's goal to lose weight, get fit and strange your life, is the host of "extreme makeover: weight loss edition," and author of "choose to lose," chris powell. both of these stories had a celeb pal. how important is it to have a support network, whether or not it's a celebrity? >> a support system is key. we need people for motivation, for accountability. for that emotional support. support systems are incredible. if i could have any other incredible tip to give, reach out to people online. there's fitness communities that are just waiting to bring us in. walking groups. yoga groups. tennis clubs. it's out there, waiting for us. >> really quick. i want to get to the question of
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the day. this is from devon in kentucky, who just had a baby. what are some ways i can start losing the baby weight? it has to be something she can do at home with the baby. >> first and foremost, congratulations. this is so cool. start walking. that's the best place to actually begin. start walking. it's cold outside. you can walk indoors. walk in place while you're watching your favorite sitcom. that's 30 minutes of exercise. >> we're going to start right now. >> that's excite. speaking of jumpstarting, should we talk about the movement of the day. >> move of the day? you can see more on "20/20." i'm going to keep walking because i'm jumpstarting my january. "20/20" has incredible stories. you want to check that out tonight. 10:00, 9:00 central. ten seconds. >> we call it the skier combo. downhill skiing. and cross country skiing.
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abc 7 news update >> good morning. prince george's county police to add nearly 60 red light cameras throughout the county. leads --orge's county state in traffic accidents. funeral services for a police killed in the line of duty. officer chris young was killed on monday. be held at will 10:00 this morning. memoriale at hope chapel. we will have an in-depth report
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in just a few minutes. >> if the most much. -- thank you so much. germantown to the beltway and thefrederick beltway is enjoying a nice trip. we had the earlier crash on new hampshire ave. that has been clear. a quick note in virginia, everything is clear. and now for the forecast. >> clear in the traffic and clear in the skies. t of sunshine expected. a beautiful start this morning. 33 degrees is air temperature. up from the west southwest. will be breeze here this afternoon. -- breezier. mainly in the 30's, some
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twenties. tomorrow is a little warmer. sunday with aon clouds rolling in. >> thank you so much for watching. another ne
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helping you to get into your best shape ever. there they are. if that wasn't big enough, d.j. reach in the house, warming us up. he's playing "eye of the tiger" by survivor. that's on my gym playlist. we have the eye of the tiger here at "gma." and everybody wants to keep the resolutions. check us out at goodmorningamerica.com. >> those are great songs here. chris powell still doing his move of the day. hasn't taken a break yet. which of the combos -- just how -- >> these are fantastic because they're all lower body movement. once again, we have the upper body muscles moving. and, if the impact is too much here, we can always reduce the impact on the joints, using the trampoline. once again, big muscles and motions. a lot of calories burned, which equals a lot of weight lost. >> do you have to go that fast, chris? >> we can always slow it down. have a little bit of fun.
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>> that's me skiing. >> you never hear him out of breath. just do that for a little bit and you'll jumpstart it. and once we're jumpstarted and we've burned calories, let's put them right back on. emeril lagasse here in the kitchen. >> have some pork chops. >> with our january jumpstarted, we're going to hibernate. and emrelate's going to help us do it. fans are counting down to when "downton abbey" returns on masterpiece theater. the most-watched show in masterpiece history. sam champion sat down with some of the cast. and he has this. >> it is exciting for me as a superfan to be here. i feel the pressure to ask the right questions. let's introduce the characters. hugh bonneville plays robert,
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the earl of grantham. elizabeth mcgovern plays his wife. jim carter plays their butler. joanne plays anna. and rob james-come jer, plays thomas barrow, the evil one. and plays daisy, the cook assistant, who you've watched grow up on the show. this has become a complete phenomenon. the most masterpiece series watched on record. did you have any idea when you were first shooting season one, that you had a hit on your hands? >> my first day i had on set was at the castle. we drove into the grounds. it's this amazing building in front of me. i kind of thought, i think this is going to be really good. yeah.
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>> it had dame maggie acatttach to it. and julian fellowes was directing it. maybe had a chance. >> season three is shown on some places on the globe. but not in america yet. is season three as exciting as the first two? >> it's fabulous. and the response in england has been tremendous. hysteri hysterical. we don't do hysteria here. we're slighted by that. >> let's get into the nitty-gritty and the story. hugh, you play robert, the earl of the estate. without giving anything away. but this season three is supposed to be the toughest one yet, maybe for you and maybe the character of the house. >> definitely. the season opens with the discovery that robert discovers that a financial investment he made with my darling wife's
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money, has gone catastrophically wrong. are you really telling me that all the money is gone? >> it makes the bernie madoff thing like a walk in the park. downton is up for sale. that kicks the whole season off. >> no. now, i want to see the whole thing. let's get to maggie smith, who is such an incredible character for the family. do you all have favorite lines of her. >> the famous one. >> that's a hard one. >> in the day. and of course, i'll have the weekend. >> what is the weekend? >> shirley maclaine plays your mother. and robert can't seem to stand up to his mother. i mean, she seems to kind of run the roost sometimes. but do you -- what's your relationship? what relationship will we see? >> i think that i'm very
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protective of my mother. i know she's coming into this english family. and i know how they operate. when you see shirley as she enters the house, you see that she is a different kettle of fish. >> oh, dear. i'm afraid the war has made old women of us both. >> oh, i wouldn't say that. then, i always keep out of the sun. >> someone here had a crush on shirley maclaine? is that true? >> all of us did. but mainly me. i love shirley. oh, my gosh. she was my babe, yeah. she was great. she's a scallywag. >> joanne, anna is the stand by your man woman. >> she is. >> there's times you're watching the show and you want to yell through the screen and tell you not to be such a good person. but in this series, do you ever
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question whether or not the man that you love could be capable of killing someone? >> she never -- i think that's what's so sweet about anna and bates. they have a complete faith in each other. and she never questions her faith in him. >> sophie, with daisy, what's ahead for you this year? >> well, daisy's changed a lot. she's all grown up. and she turns a bit nasty. >> what? >> in season three. >> only a bit. >> she gives thomas a run for his money. she struck him out of the kitchen. storming out of rooms. >> and leave us with one of your favorite moments so far of season three. one of your favorite moments? >> there's a moment when shirley, at her own request, sings a song. it wasn't in the script. it was her idea. she sings a song and slowly turns around to look at maggie. and maggie is feigning sleep. and the look of horror on
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maggie's face when she realizes that this american woman is singing at her is fabulous. >> you are our favorite upstairs family and downstairs family in america. and we cannot wait to see season three. >> and "downton abbey" season three begins this sunday on masterpiece theater on pbs. time to check in for a final check of the weather with ginger zee, in for sam champion out on the trampolines. >> these are jump sport trampolines. helping us jumpstart our january. i'm trying to do something i've never done. weather on a trampoline. first, let's give you an update on our burlington coat factory warm hearts, warm coats coat drive. we've collected 113,915 coats for those in need. and we have a picture of jennifer donating at burlington coat factory. she wants to donate because she knows it will go to someone who
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deserves it. when you donate, we want to see your picture. send it to us on twitter, #warmcoats. let's start in the west, where we have about an inch of rain possible north of california. west of seattle, about two inches. and a look at the chilly nation. temperatures, these are windchills. it feels like 17 in oklahoma. 7, rapid city. here's a fly-by, >> we are standing still here. start this morning. 33 degrees is a temperature. we will warm up to the upper .hirties this afternoon >> all right, elizabeth. you have to try this. we'll head back into you. >> i would like to try it. but that's the first time someone's done the weather on the trampoline. coming up, emeril lagasse is
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here whipping up wonderful dishes.
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[ cheers and applause ] glad to welcome emeril back for his first visit of 2013. comfort food, you're going to give it to us today. you have to tell us about your new show on sunday, "emeril's florida." >> it's a show from the panhandle to the keys. it's not only cooking.
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it's about all the great spots in florida. it's about fun eating. it's about chefs. >> all on the cking channel. and you take us to the ravenous pig. >> great place. now that we exercised, george, we can get back to this. basically, we have beautiful pork chops. we're going to season them. i use a combination of salt. there or in the bowl. it doesn't matter. cayenne, salt and chili powder. we're going to whisk that. that's the spice for the pork chops. on both sides, we're going to season that. >> before you put it in the flour. >> and then, we're going to dredge it in the flour, which is where we are now. once the pork chops, we're going to not worry about these and put them in a slow cooker. we take the pork chops after we sear them. and we're going to take onions. you can use fennel. we're going to use apples with
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this. a little salt and pepper in here. we're going to caramelize this. and basically, what we're going to do, is once the onions come out, we're going to add a little flour to that. and slowly, start making this little sauce, with chicken broth. so, we make a rue, with the onion leftover. and then, basically, what we're going to do is we're going to take this now, and add this right to the slow cooker. yeah? >> that's the onions, caramelized. >> after the onions get caramelized, we're going to add the onions to this. and we're going to add bay leaves, salt and pepper. and i use fennel seed, as well. >> how long does that stay in there? >> we do it on a slow cook for four hours. >> just leave it. >> about 45 minutes and it's done. 45 minutes after that, then, we add apples to this. i used some granny smith apples.
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this is sort of what the dish looks like after that. now -- >> oh, my gosh. >> yeah. now, the slow cooker works great. we take it out of the slow cooker. look at that. it's falling right off the bone. >> wow. >> i'll take that. >> you take that. >> i'll take that one. >> and here you go. >> thank you. you have some chicken and dumplings, too. >> we have a lucky audience member. how is the soup? >> it's delicious. it's amazing. >> is it good? >> it's really good. the dumplings are in the soup? >> we make the dumpling mixture. basically flour. and what we do is cut them. >> yeah. >> we have to try this here. >> i will. >> after you cook the chicken, yeah. after you cook the chicken, then, we have the broth. and we shred the chicken. then, peas, carrots, celery, onions. >> and that's the favorite part.
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>> it's almost like you want to be sick so it will cure it. >> what do you think? >> "emeril's florida" premieres sunday on the cooking channel. you can get all of today's recipes, on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and when we come back, miguel is live.
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this man standing next to me, on the verge of becoming a household name. he is miguel. and his r&b singing and song writing is nominated for five
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grammys. "rolling stone" says miguel might be new on the block. but he comes on like a master. and he and his rotating stage join us, now. miguel, it is great to be here. thank you, my friend. a local kid out of san pedro. "kaleidoscope dream." it speaks to not just the album but you, as well. >> absolutely. i believe everyone has their own kaleidoscope dream that's made of your conscious decisions, your sensibilities, your subconscious thought patterns. all those things contribute to what you're experiencing in the future. this album was my way of painting my kaleidoscope dream. giving the soundtrack to my lifestyle. >> you also gave us a hit. a monster hit. it is "adorn." holding records, the longest song on billboard's r&b chart
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for 2012. miguel, won't you sing, "adorn"? ♪ ♪ baby, these lips can't wait to taste your skin ♪ ♪ baby, no, no and these eyes, yeah ♪ ♪ can't wait to see your grin ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, baby just let me love ♪ ♪ just let my love adorn you yeah, baby ♪ ♪ you gotta know know that i adore you ♪
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♪ yeah, baby ♪ baby, these fists will always protect you, baby ♪ ♪ and this mind, yeah will never neglect you ♪ ♪ yeah, baby and this thing ♪ ♪ trying to break us down don't let that affect us ♪ ♪ no, baby let my love ♪ ♪ let my love let my love adorn you ♪ ♪ and you have to let me girl, you got to ♪ ♪ let me adorn you, baby
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ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ oh, girl let my love adorn you, baby ♪ ♪ don't you let them don't let nobody tell you ♪ ♪ different, baby i'll always adorn you ♪ ♪ you have to know you have to know, baby ♪ ♪ oh, yeah at times i can be ♪ ♪ misguided look at you ♪ ♪ and you send my whole world up so high ♪ ♪ yeah, it does let me ♪ ♪ give my love, baby yeah, girl ♪ ♪ you have to know, baby
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thank you to miguel, right there. our thanks to d.j. reach in the control room. and thanks to chris powell for jumpstarting our january. have a great weekend, everyone. >> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update
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>> good morning. it is 8:56. a one day suspension will not be on -- a student was suspended for his fingers were a gun. the family's lawyer tells as the fromnsion will be removed the permanent record. the presidential inaugural has launched an online store. the retail store is opening later this month. those stores offer official memorabilia including mugs, t- shirts, and blankets. and now here is a look at traffic. it has been a pleasant friday part.g to the most earlier we had a tractor trailer in the 95 in virginia.
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that has been cleared. absolutely the lay-free. 395, no delays. on the 66 there are two separate accidents. both cleared. around the beltway maryland, check this out. no delays. and now jacqui jeras. a cold start this morning to read we are already pushing into 30's in many areas. dc.n we have 32 in frederick. even culpeper is warming up. mostly sunny skies today. between 38 and 42. some clouds on sunday. some clouds on thursday. comfortable temperatures will warm up. >> double so much. we will be back at noon.
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