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good morning, america. this tuesday, january 1st, and happy new year. welcome to 2013. people around the world ringing in the new year with blockbuster celebrations. new year, new trends. we've got everything you need to jump-start your january out with the old, in with the new, the hottest picks of everything you need to start 2013 right on trend from movies and tv shows you don't want to miss to the fashion that will have you looking ready to hit the runway. and meet joe liukin. he is giving away the store, no, really, the store. turning over the keys to all his employees after 40 years of running a supermarket and why he says he's going to make them the owners. maybe it's all about giving back.
that's what it looks like, 2013, welcome to it, people. good morning to each and every one of you. if you're up just now -- >> it's still new year's eve. >> move slowly. get back into bed and thank you for joining us. always welcome here as we ring in this new year. >> that's right. happy new year. we'll get you going in 2013 with top picks for your health, both physical and financial, that you'll be very happy to have. that's all coming up. in just a bit. >> soulful new year's beat. nice and easy. to start the new year with full and honest disclosure, robin, george and lara are at home and taping this so we can be at home
with our families too. a live check of all the morning's top stories. thanks, sam. good morning, everyone, happy new year. i'm linsey davis. breaking news overnight from capital hill. working into the wee hours of the morning lawmakers in the senate have reached an agreement to reverse the fiscal cliff. abc's jonathan karl reports on the details from washington. >> reporter: at long last, they finally have a deal. late last night, vice president biden went to capitol hill to convince senate democrats to pass it. >> i think we'll get a very good vote tonight, but happy new year. >> reporter: after a quick debate, the senate even passed it. >> the bill as amended is passed. >> reporter: now the big question, can it pass in the house? technically everybody's taxes have already gone up. the tax cuts have expired. but if the bill can pass in the house in the next day or two, the tax cuts can be made retroactive. the bill, if it passes, would
extend tax cuts for all workers earning under $400,000. it would prevent a big tax hike estates values at less than $5 million and it would extend unemployment benefits set to expire today for some 2 million people. even as they closed in on that deal yesterday, congressional republicans were not happy with what they heard from president obama who held a campaign-style event at the white house. >> i'm going to be president for the next four years, i think. >> reporter: effectively continuing the partisans' bickering we've long seen. >> time to stop the cheerleading and campaigning. >> i know the president enjoys heckling and having pep rallies to get congress to act instead of sitting down and negotiating. >> reporter: now the big new year's test, can it pass in the house? for "good morning america," jonathan karl, abc news, washington. president obama says the agreement reached by the senate is the, quote, right thing to do for our country and is encouraging the house to pass it
without delay. secretary of state hillary clinton is spending this new year's day in a new york hospital where she is being treated for a blood clot near her brain. doctors are using blood thinners to try to break up the clot which was found more than two weeks after clinton fainted and suffered a concussion. while the clot could have been serious, even fatal, doctors say she's expected to make a full recovery. in california, a big new year's eve fireworks show in sacramento was called off at the last minute because of a deadly shooting. two people were killed and three others injured in a gunfight outside a restaurant and police decided to call off the nearby celebration that was expected to draw 40,000 people. but here in new york city, the big apple, things were peaceful as more than a million people packed times square for the biggest new year's eve celebration of all. with party hats, 2013 glasses and a blizzard of confetti, the crowd counted down the end of
2012 as the famous crystal ball dropped at midnight but after waiting for hours the partyers seemed to be gone in just minutes leaving city workers to clean up and clear the streets of one ton of confetti. one ton of confetti. many of the scraps of paper carried hopes and wishes people had written down for the new year. dozens of same-sex couples in maryland rang in the new year by walking down the aisle. at midnight gay marriage became legal in the state after voters approved it last november. gay marriage is now the law in nine states and the district of columbia. taking a look now at your new year's day weather forecast, thunderstorms from houston to new orleans and atlanta. it's a windy day in the northeast. snow in possible in columbus, ohio and charleston, west virginia. the coldest air of the season hits chicago, denver and omaha. seattle and portland are in the upper 30s. that's the national forecast. now here's the weather where you are. ats
all night after they were towed into position last night. spectators have also been waiting all night for the parade to start. hundreds of thousands of people are expected. and finally, among those in pasadena will be our friend espn's hannah storm will be hosting abc's coverage of the rose parade. it marks a return to air after she was seriously burned at home three weeks ago. hannah was using a propane gas grill outside her home when it
exploded. you can see the parade with hannah and josh this morning at 11:00 eastern. that's the news. now back to amy. >> so what does the new year have in store for you and your wallet and where should you be investing to maximize your money in 2013? here to get you a fresh start in the new year is personal finance expert farnoosh tharabi. happy new year. >> happy new year to you. >> not necessarily for a lot facing the "d" word deeply in debt. what advice do you have. >> attack it sooner rather than later. this time last year they were still dealing with credit card hangover. hoping we'll be able to rerace this by february, march. to do it pay more than the minimum, three or four types it and if you need help get help. there's a lot of good systems out there. debt management program like the national foundation for credit counseling, they will look over
your budget. they will be your advocate to get you out of debt slowly by surely. >> also the time of year where people think about buying a home. interest rates are low but real estate prices are expected to keep climbing throughout the year. what do you think people should consider when they're looking to buy. >> okay, so you want to have all your financial ducks in a row. it's tempting to jump in because we're seeing interest rates slow and then there's the expectation that they will rise by the later part of this year. so people say we have to act fast but you really want to make sure you have a steady job, that you have a good credit score to capitalize on interest rates and when you're buying the home, it's not a knee-jerk reaction to a headline. it's that you want to stay in the home for five years or ten years so really be prudent before jumping in. >> all right, also the start of the year, millions of workers are now picking out their benefit choices for 2013. it's a very confusing time so they're deciding how much salary to put into health care flexible spending plans and what's your advice? >> so first know the rules and the new rule is your flex
spending account, these fsas which are tax-friendly accounts, put aside money to pay for out-of-pocket expenses like co-pays and deductions that will be limited to $2500 per person per year. so if you and your spouse are -- have access to fsas, both should tap into these and use the accounts. we often find people have some money left over and that money goes right back to your employer so make sure you're taking advantage of your fsas. >> what about changes in retirement accounts? >> this is a silver lining. i.r.a.s and 401(k)s, the government is increasing taxable contributions every year so for i.r.a.s, it was $5,000, now it's $5500 per year and for 401(k)s, it's jumping 3% to $17,500 per year. the advice here you want to do as much as you can. we know the story that people are not planning well enough for retirement so take advantage. it's a tax deduction. >> speaking of planning how about money-saving tips? we could use those.
>> my biggest tip for anyone trying to erase debt, save more is to stick with cash. credit cards are very convenient. but cash limits you physically and also psychologically. when you pay with cash at the restaurant or at the department store -- >> it hurts more. >> it hurts and that's a good thing if you're trying to get into that behavior of sticking to a budget and i'm getting out of debt. >> words of wisdom, farnoosh torabi, happy new year. >> you too. >> words of wisdom indeed. so many of us meanwhile, make the resolutions of this new year to get healthy. now in our january jump-start we're kicking off 2013 with tips to make this your best year and dr. jennifer ashton is here. top five or six or four ways to get and stay healthy. sit on down there. before we get to your top five -- >> happy new year. >> let's be honest. we were perhaps partaking some of us out there just waking up to the program. >> right. >> but we want to get them up and going on this january 1st. how best to battle --
>> you're talking about the hangov we're not really sure what causes those dreaded physical symptoms of a hangover but the leading contender is dehydration now, little math for us at this hour of the morning. you consume four alcoholic beverages, which we probably did just right here at this table. that can result in the elimination of up to one liter of water so the dehydration is key. if possible you want to rehydrate as you're drinking if you didn't do that last night, it's not too early now. drink that water and if you need something for the headache, reach for eye ibuprofen, not acetaminophen. >> why did hair of the dog worked. >> hair of the dog is a myth. greasy foods is also. stay with bland stuff. >> it always works. >> sorry, amy. >> the old tips don't work like having another beverage, hair of the dog, that -- >> probably not. probably not. >> well, if we're not getting hair of the dog in the mouth, though, focus -- there are certain places we should be
focusing. >> in 2013 we'll be hearing a lot about oral health. the cdc designated as a major focus for health moving forward this year and in the future, we're talking about everything from just keeping your teeth white to periodontal disease. now, recent studies show one out of every two adult americans over the age of 30 has periodontal disease, full disclosure, i have it. >> it affects your heart. >> it can affect your entire body. you want to see your dentist, not just once a years, two or three -- >> is there a -- >> the key is seeing your dentist before it becomes severe, once a year to the dentist, probably not enough. two or three times. >> all promising we're hitting the gym today or maybe tomorrow but we have one tip. looking for one tip for exercise. >> you know the number one reason people don't work out is time. you don't have to cram it all into one sitting but spread it out during the day. the best exercise walking, shoutout to my nurses, they walk around the block during their
breaks. you can burn 200 calories an hour. shoot for 10,000 steps a day. guess how many miles that is? >> i can't imagine. >> five miles. >> wow. >> really? >> i was going to -- >> hit the pavement. hit the pavement. >> she -- dr. ashton has great tips for you, common myths, how to cure hangovers, goodmorningamerica.com. one thing to make us laugh, get seven hours of sleep a night. >> right. >> three isn't enough? >> including you guys at this table. not seven all of you. >> not a week. all right. thank you so much. happy new year. >> happy new year to you. >> happy new year. >> happy new year. >> good advice and also a good story. a story that actually we couldn't get enough of, a story of resilience and rebuilding that we just had to follow up on. there was a family flooded out by superstorm sandy, even one of our abc producers helped drive them to safety. their house was flooded so badly, they could not go back home. abc's ron claiborne has this incredible story.
>> reporter: in the storm ravaged town of long beach, long island, on the day after hurricane sandy, we met barbara burns standing on the front porch of the house she called home for the past 48 years, the house had five feet of floodwater in it and, worse, 100 gallons of home heating oil stored in her garage had spilled into the water. she wanted to go to a shelter but her family had no way to go anywhere. almost every car in town had been damaged by the flood. so we gave them a ride. she, her daughter maureen, her two grandchildren and mccleary, the family dog, all squeezed in with a few possessions they could grab in a hurry. producer john s achlsantucci dr them to city hall where they caught a bus to the sheller. that's the last time we saw them until a few days ago when we met mrs. burn and maureen again at their little house on connecticut avenue. >> i really feel like you and john saved our lives that day
and we have been through so much stuff, it was really a horrible, horrible night. >> reporter: like so many others in long beach, they still cannot return home. >> this is like a studio apartment. >> reporter: all this is under water. >> yeah. >> reporter: how is it when you come back and visit the house? >> depressing. >> reporter: depressing? >> very depressing, yes. >> reporter: what is the situation with the house? is it going to be okay? >> we don't know. >> we don't know. you don't know whether you're coming or going. everything is up in the air. you're just -- you are just not thinking clearly and that's the bottom line right now. >> reporter: and they told us about that terrifying night when they huddled together in their darkened home as the wind howled and the water rose. >> i didn't know if we were going to live through it, and the water just kept rising. when the sun came up and the water had receded, i was so grateful that we were alive and that we made it through. >> reporter: this is a tough resilient family. they say 2013 will be a better
year. >> do you want to come back here? >> this is my home. i love long beach. i do want to come back. >> i think that long beach is going to shine even brighter than it was. >> reporter: in the new year, huh? >> yeah, the spirit of long beach is really what makes this town what this town is. it's not the houses, it's not the buildings, it's the spirit of the people. >> reporter: for "good morning america," ron claiborne, abc news, long beach, new york. an amazing story that reminds us even in the worst of times it's people that can actually make a difference. >> and those -- just images of people helping one another, it was obviously a horrible thing to happen in any community but to see everyone come together like that, it gives you a real sense of community. >> yeah, also, it's important to note, how many of those stories there are out there. >> i know. >> how many people lost their homes, lost everything they thought mattered and hopefully will have families such as that one to help them come back together and bring places like long beach back even stronger and here's to that idea.
all right, we'll continue now. talk about a holiday bonus. the owner of a group of grocery stores in the midwest is handing over the keys to his entire business to all 400 of his employees making all of them part owners of the business. so why is joe liukin turning over the reins instead of selling? take a look. ♪ auld lang syne >> reporter: in "it's a wonderful life," a small town businessman with the biggest heart in all of bedford falls. the bedford falls of the midwest could be bemidge ji, minnesota and their george bailey has to be joe liukin. >> finding everything. >> yes. >> reporter: joe owns a group of grocery stores in minnesota and had north dakota and has been the boss for 46 years. >> right here. >> reporter: also the hardest worker making sure that every item is in place, sharing many
laughs along the way. and while age and parkinson's have barely slowed him down at 71 joe finally decided he was ready to retire. but what to do with all his stores? joe turned to his four sons but none of them live in the area anymore. >> he looked at me and said i have a great idea, let the employees own the business. >> reporter: esop, he's handing over his business to all 400 of his employees for free. >> with no doubt i could have earned more money but the employees have it it's a win/win situation for everybody. >> reporter: it was his way of giving back to his workers. he credits them for his company's huge success over the years. >> for him to do a gift like that, i got good bumps. >> rocking awesome. >> quite a few wows. >> walking down the aisle, we've been blessed in every possible way. it's a gift to be able to share
that now. >> reporter: but early on times were tough. >> we have two babies and we were getting tired of running out of money a week before paychecks came in. >> reporter: his hard work and drive paid off and his mom and pop shop grew into a mini empire. these days joe still gets in his car before dawn to get to work by 4:00 a.m. every morning. >> there's one joe lueken in the world. i could never replicate what he has done. >> reporter: brent started as an overnight janitor. now he's about to get the keys to joe's king dom. >> we want to keep doing what joe did. >> it's up to us to make the company stronger than it was. we have big shoes to fill. >> i didn't do this. the girls did this. >> reporter: while joe takes his final b ochows as the boss, one thing is for certain, the new owners will always welcome joe back. >> i think that is the perfect legacy that my dad has built up.
>> we go from store to family to a much larger family. >> i want to emphasize, he is giving his business -- >> multimillion dollar business. >> to his employees. oh, that we could all work for a joe lueken. coming up, we're looking ahead of what will be your hot trends in pop culture. our forecasters join us. she's not just a great singer but trisha yearwood is an awesome cook apparently and shows us a tasty dish from her southern kitchen. friend of the show. >> my name is christie harris and i'm from phoenix, arizona. i would hike to say hello to my wife and two daughters and "good morning america." >> i'm roger mason. i'd like to say hi to my wife and family back in the states. good morning, america. >> on behalf of the marines in
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good morning i am charley crowson wishing you a happy 2013 with the beginning of the year, now a new chapter in maryland history. today same sex couples can legally mary here in the state. mayor stephanie rawlings-blake opened city hall at 12:30 for couples to tie the knot and performed the first ceremony.
maryland voted to legalize same sex make in november. same sex marriage is notonly thing going into effect veterans can have veterans status show up on driver's license. another aimed at protecting children fromism d theft allowing parents to freeze their child's credit any time they want. time for a check of the weather forecast out there. could be a cold wouldn't mike. >> it is a little chilly. a lot of cloud overlook the key bridge. we sit at 42 degrees in baltimore city. westerly wind at 10 and that sunset at 4:55 if you are wondering. 38 up towards elderburg and notice again temperatures about 13 degrees warmer than yesterday morning. so that's an impressive stat. so a lot of clouds on top of us right now that's the deal through the course of the afternoon. while we sit at 42 degrees. look up toward the north and west. here's the cold air we have been talking about all morning. 16 below zero at international falls. 4 below in minnesota and that's the cold air on top us by
tomorrow. so soak up warmth today. 42 above average mostly cloudy skies and killie. tonight down to 27 partly cloudy and look at this 7-day forecast. 37 by wednesday. and thursday, 34 degrees with overnight lows into the teens and low 20s. and maybe getting close to 40 by saturday. and the ravens game looks chilly with temperatures around 43. charley. >> we are out of time. now more news and weather in a half-hour. go to facebook this morning and let us know what your new year's resolution is for 2013 happy new year and now back to new york for good morning america. ♪ i -- i got it, i got it made ♪
♪ [ whistling ] >> hello. >> we're on. >> good morning to you, america, and happy 2013. we are taping this show so you too can be home with your families, i through the magic of time travel will be in los angeles, pasadena, actually, in just a couple of hours so won't you join me for the rose parade, the tournament of roses parade coming your way at 11:00 eastern, 8:00 pacific. lots to get to, as well. trends, what will they be this year, fashion, entertainment, technology, courtesy of we have an expert panel here with all of that. >> looking forward to this. also this morning, brides want everything to be perfect on their big day. even their dads. one father going as far as
getting botox for his daughter's wedding and guess what, people, this is a trend because he is not alone. >> oh, trend alert. >> not happening. in 40 years it's not happening. how easy is it to sing the song of new year's. >> i don't know. >> how easy is it to spell the song. >> a little bit of "auld lang syne quo syne." >> it's not old llang sign." it's "auld lang syne." >> you know the words. you were just doing them. >> i don't know them. >> i don't. not really anyway. we'll take a look now -- a live check at the morning's top headlines. thanks, josh. happy new year's, everyone. i'm linsey davis. a quick look at the headlines beginning with breaking news on the fiscal cliff. the senate voted overnight
approving a deal to head off tax increases on the middle class. under the agreement taxes would go up only on those making more than $400,000. the deal now goes to the house where a vote is expected today. doctors in new york are giving new details about the condition of secretary of state hillary clinton. she's in the hospital being treated for a blood clot that formed near her brain. she's expected to make a full recovery. icy conditions were a new year's eve hazard for air passengers in kansas city. planes had to be de-iced during a snowstorm at the airport. its forecast to remain cold through the week and drivers are being warned about the dangers of black ice this morning. there will be storms and flooding along the gulf coast and into the carolinas today and very cold temperatures remain in the nation's midsection. that's the national forecast. now here's the weather where you are.
>> all right now that we've put 2012 to bed. we want to find out what's going to be hot in 2013. lara actually talked to three of the biggest names in fashion, entertainment and tech to get your very first look. >> reporter: new year, new trends and they all come in threes. or so we hear. our panel of experts is here to kooep you ahead of the curve in 2013. "gma's" technology contributor becky worley in the house with the must-have gadgets and "elle's" magazine's joe z with the top trends to look for and chris connelly, "gma" contributor extraordinaire with what we need to know what's happening in movies and television >> that's the idea. >> i believe we would like to start with ladies first. >> if you don't mind. becky, let's talk about what's coming down the pike in the
world of technology. >> apple, that's what everybody kind of wants to think about. new iphone. is it going to be the most exciting thing? no. sorry, not expecting a big, new iphone release. not expecting a huge innovation in the ipad. the one rumor that won't die from apple is the full-screen apple tv like the big screen hdtv with base time baked right in, itunes, that may happen. because we're not expecting a big ipad release that creates a space for the android tablets, for the kindle fire or maybe the windows hybrid laptop tablet. >> google is doing something too, right? >> we expect them to really bring their tablets to the forefront because this is the window of opportunity for them. now, the other thing that we expect to see and this is sort of a nuts and bolts thing, is health and technology really melding more this year. >> good. >> so we'll have more gadgets that track all our steps we take
every day, our calories we burn and then it gets medical in terms of your blood pressure or glucose and that's all going to be quantified on the internet. >> that's really terrific. do you think if this apple tv happens that it's going to be worth it? we always look to you to let us know whether or not we should go for it. >> i don't think it's going to be such an innovation in the technology but the ecosystem. is it easier to use? will it help me to get my media where i want to watch it? i think apple is probably going to be a little better at that than some of the others. >> of all the gadgets anything we should save our pennies for in 2013. >> the fun stuff. i want to tell you the beatz by dre, this whole concept. what do you think, fashionable, right? >> absolutely. >> this is not going away. this is a trend -- i can take these off now, right? >> yeah. >> this is a trend for the kids nowadays, world, you're too much. i want to go into my own little space. now i also want to talk about gaming because we saw the uii u
come out. is it going to be the xbox 720 that comes out? cars, many people buy their car based on how the cup holder works, that they really like it. >> that is important, honestly. >> how does it work with my phone now? is it a tablet on the screen? will it play my music? we'll see that happening as cars evolve. >> eyes on the roads, people. chris connelly, let's talk about tv. tv, movies, you go first. you tell me what you want me to know about 2013. we saw some good ones in '12. where are we heading. >> movies first, "the lone ranger" coming out in july. we got some entertainment on the way. any time johnny depp can float his i had sin contractic self on top of a story, jerry bruckheimer knows how to rock it. he plays tonto and they should have a lot of fun. this had to happen "the heat" coming in april. this is sandra bullock as a
straight-laced fbi agent. melissa mccarthy as a boston cop. it's like "rizzoli and and islest on a whole bunch of jell-o shots from the director of "bridesmaids." >> it's funny. >> how could it not be for april. "world war z" as brad pitt takes on a zombie apocalypse, how much fun could that be? this is a somewhat fraught production, they've had to work on the end of the movie a fair amount. a lot who loved the original novel are objecting to the change but could be exciting. brad sees this as a possibly socially conscious film along with being a huge action extravaganza. >> how so? his thought? >> he feels like it's a way to look at all the problems in society. like a trojan horse, he says, to discuss everything that's wrong so big action, social conscience, brad saving his family. >> ah. >> we'll see how it all works out. >> in tv? >> a lot going. man does not live by "homeland"
alone or "woman." "downton abbey" coming up, it backed into being a series, a miniseries first. now here we already are in season three, people are jacked for that and later in the month something a little unusual. a prequel to "sex and the city" called "the carrie diaries," carrie back in high school in 1984. crazy too >> that's getting some good buzz. >> replace "gossip girl." which gets me to fashion, nice segue. "elle" magazine's joe z, you are the man i rely on what not to wear. what to wear in 2013. >> okay, these are the great trends i saw on the runway but the great thing they'll translate across the board at every price range and really to successful in every possible place. so the biggest thing we saw, we did see a lot of color blocking in previous seasons, black and white.
black and white >> we have been hearing a lot about black and white. >> back to the basics. as much as we're in a new year us fashion people love to look back and we've had the '80s and '70s, '60s was a big decade for us. >> '60s inspired. black and white. what's another look we need to have. >> again, looking to the back -- this is the 20-year itch. we wait 20 years and eventually everything comes back into style. >> why i hate to throw things away. you have to hold on to it 20 years, grunge is making a return to fashion. so but this is what we call new grunge. it's not quite as dirty. not quite kurt cobain, a bit more polished than that but it's about the courtney love redone a little bit more loose, a bit more comfortable. a flat shoe. we're seeing a flat shoe again so all of these looks are really accessible in a different way. >> you let out a huge sigh. >> happy to hear about it. >> flats are in. one more trend and i just think this is beautiful. >> this is so beautiful. lace and, you know, it's not a
wedding lace, it's not your delicate lace but it is very feminine but it's toughened up a bit. this is a great thing you can wear this under a jacket, under a cardigan or could be a pair of tights, this is an all-over lace look but can do it in so many different ways. >> i see it in your magazine and beyond worn casually and think of it as wedding day or formal events but now as you say it's broken out. >> yeah, i think like sequins, lace is one of those things you can have a lot of daytime glamour and wear it with jeans and an easy way to pick up your look. >> all right, the best of the best letting us know what we need to know about 2013. we thank you so much and joe, i thank you, you gave us two more top fashion trends. find them only on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and we'll be right back. ♪ ♪
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all right, something we're going to be seeing in 2013 apparently, brides asking their dads to take some drastic steps to look good for their walk down the aisle. abc's linsey davis has the story. ♪ >> reporter: more and more brides are adding botox injections to their long wedding to do list, a little filler for their creases, their crow's feet and for their fathers? >> i'm here because my daughters want me to look good for their wedding.
>> reporter: john charmin isn't the guy you'd imagine going to have a little work done. he is a real man's man. a truck driver who happens to have three daughters all getting married within seven months of each other. >> well, with our weddings coming up and seeing people he hasn't seen in a long time it's a perfect opportunity. >> reporter: a perfect opportunity to convince dad to have a little injection of confidence, an ego boost care of botox. >> in pictures you can see it really bad and, of course, he's going to be photographed a lot the day of the wedding. >> reporter: did you go into the bathroom and immediately start looking at yourself, boy, do i really look that old? >> i went in and i looked and i says, i don't need nothing. >> reporter: but the pressure didn't stop there. john's mom who's had three face-lifts of her own also jumped on the bandwagon. >> he was getting the laugh lines, he was getting the crow's feet. >> she always told me if you're going to be a truck driver, be the best-looking one you can be.
>> reporter: in an effort not to disappoint mom or his daughters, the big rig driver pulled up here at dr. stephen davis' office. doesn't surprise you have a truck driver in the chair. >> i think that's the going to be the guy everybody is looking at saying i don't believe he's doing that but there's more and more doing it. >> reporter: it begins with his entire face using a device called pelivay supposed to tighten the skin. >> it's to try to stimulate collagen production. >> reporter: next he attacks the crow's feet. dr. davis injects botox around his eyes which will relax the muscles and reduce wrinkles. >> not bad. easy. >> reporter: and the final treatment making these parentheses cease known as smile lines disappear. john gets filler injected into the creases of his mouth for a more youthful appearance. >> you'll notice that whole area gets fuller. >> reporter: while he's able to notice a few changes now --
>> dang, going back to 30 again. >> reporter: we come back to visit the family a few weeks later. >> there he is now. >> hey, dad. >> you look great. >> here's john before. and here he is after. notice the smile lines have diminished and the crow's feet almost gone. how do you like it? >> i love it. >> feel better? >> yeah. >> do you like it? >> i love it. >> reporter: on nicole's big day the father of the bride looked like he had gotten years back from f those smile lines, much more subtle. at the rate he's smiling now, they may come back sooner than later. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> not happening. coming up, the play of the day. go nowhere. focus on your long-term goals,d "play of the day. go nowhere. [ woman ] if you have the nerve to believe that cookie cutters should be for cookies, not your investment strategy.
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and good morning i am charley crowson happy new york. welcome to 2013. here a few top stories. look at how baltimore range in the new -- rang in the new year. thousands gathered for a wonderful fireworks show. baltimore hosted this year by the baltimore orioles which they. [audio not understandable] as world enters 2013 other areas in the town honored love ones no longer with them. 216 were murderer in baltimore city in 2012 and last. >> i a vigil honored them.
they stood together and the mayor was there as she explained even though violent crime in the city is down homicides are up. this is the 4th year victims families gathered to remember the dead. time for a check of the forecast. let's say good morning to mike masco. >> good morning. we are starting out with 42 degrees in the city. it's on the mild side. westerly wind at 10 miles per hour. so a little breeze out will. but temperatures not bad across- town. timonium 37. 36 in monkton bel air towards elkton 38, 39 degrees so you get the deal. uniformally into the 30s to around 40. we are 12 degrees milder than we were yesterday morning. that's an impressive stat. we will stay mild during the course of the afternoon. clouds out there and notice the cold air funneling into the lakes. 16 below zero in international falls due to arrive by tomorrow. 42 in town mostly cloudy and chilly. tonight 27 under part cloydy skies and it will be cold wednesday at 37, 34 on thursday
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♪ should auld acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind ♪ ♪ should auld acquaintance be forgot and auld lang syne ♪ it's that time of year, can i ask -- >> that was good. >> yeah. >> that's how it's supposed to sound. "auld lang syne." scottish phrase again harkening back to the days of yore meaning loosely translated -- >> if everybody was as good as that first group. >> actually barely anybody was. >> it's a song we hummed through last night and with that we bid you all the happiest of new year's and the best of good morning to you, america. irhope you had a fun time
bringing in 2013. lots to get to on the morning. trend watches, what's ahead in fashion, food, games, you're going to know it first and that is coming right up. all right, also coming up trisha yearwood is a talented award-winning singer but she has another passion, cooking. apple dumplings, a favorite of her husband's garth brooks. >> cannot wait for that and c m carmen with her first album coming out soon. they will own this year as well. no doubt about it. a friend of the program. carmen right here on "gma" with "broken hearted." >> cannot wait for that. >> george, lara all off. we're taping this show so amy and sam can be with their families. i'll join you on abc, tournament of roses parade coming up at 11:00, 8:00 pacific. now a look live at the
morning's top headlines. here it is. thanks, josh. good morning, everyone and happy new year. i'm linsey davis. breaking news overnight from capitol hill. senators waiting until after the fiscal cliff deadline passed at midnight before they finally approved an agreement. the deal would raise taxes only on wealthy americans and would put off any spending cuts for two months. the agreement now goes to the house where passage is not certain. secretary of state hillary clinton will be spending this holiday in a new york hospital. her third day there after doctors discovered a blood clot near her brain. abc's martha raddatz has the latest on her serious health scare. >> reporter: this morning the normally globe-trotting secretary of state remains in a hospital room. monitoring closely being given blood thinners to break up the clot in her head. family members including daughter chelsea close at her side. a statement from her doctors new
year's eve saying the scan revealed a clot in the vein that is situated in the space between the brain and the skull behind the right here ♪ the statement says the secretary did not suffer a stroke or any neurological damage but this is clearly a serious setback. >> the goal there is to try and dissolve that clot. she'll likely be on that kind of treatment for three to six months. >> reporter: it was december 7th when the secretary was last seen in public during an overseas diplomatic tour where she picked up a bad stomach virus. days later, still ill, the secretary fainted at her home and got that nasty concussion. clinton has had a blood clot in the past. in 1998, behind her right knee, after a year of heavy travel. this clot comes at the end of the most demanding period of her life as she recently told abc's barbara walters. >> are you exhausted? >> i am. to be honest, i am because when i do something i really want to
do it, i want to do it to the best of my ability. >> reporter: clinton's doctors say she will be released from the hospital once the proper medication dose is determined and while they say she is making excellent progress, there is no indication when or if she will be able to work full time at the state department. for "good morning america," martha raddatz, abc news, washington. investigators say it could take a month before they decide whether a tour bus driver will be charged in a deadly crash in oregon. nine people were killed and more than a dozen -- two dozen, that is, injured when the bus heading back to canada from las vegas hit a barrier, plowed through a guardrail then plunged 200 feet down an embankment. two people are dead and three others injured in a new year's eve shooting in sacramento, california. police decided to cancel a nearby fireworks show where 40,000 people were expected to attend. things went off however without a hitch here in new york city where 1 million people
jammed times square. plenty of body heat to help stay warm in the 35-degree weather. security was tight, but spirits were high as the crowd celebrated and got showered with a ton -- a ton of confetti as the giant ball dropped at midnight. 2,000 miles away more than 300,000 people rang in the new year along the las vegas strip and while the party was hot, temperatures actually dropped into the low 30s. police say there were only about a dozen arrests. not too bad for sin city. and things were a little hotter in florida where crowds in key west welcomed 2013 with a spectacle. they watched and counted down as a female impersonator named sushi shy dropped from a g red high heel in the moments before midneat. a key west tradition. and here's a look at the new year's day forecast. still balmy there in florida, houston, atlanta, new orleans could see heavy rains and the threat of flooding. charleston, west virginia, could pick up a few inches of snow.
los angeles could see a shower with a high in the mid-60s. very cold over the nation's midsection. and finally it looks like "gangnam style" is about to go out of style. there was psy performing on new year's eve in times square but that just might be the last time we'll see the act. psy says now the time can to
retire live gangnam gigs. now sam with pop news. >> happy new year. pop news we like to say is always forward looking but how about a look back at the best in pop news starting with, ladies and gentlemen, the ostrich pillow. music, please. don't we have that. thank you. there we go. the first time we saw this we called it the greatest thing of all time and i'm not sure we will still feel that way but if you need a power nap this may be the best way to get it, the ostrich pillow. perfect that we still haven't figured out why your arms have to go into the top of your head and find that a restful position >> that's how houdini slept. >> i don't know but the inventors of the 20-minute power nap increased production by more than 30%, 20 minute, 30% so an hour -- >> amy, amy, amy. >> can you? just take a moment. >> i don't want to mess up my hair. >> oh. oh. oh.
we warn you -- >> now hands. >> hands, take a little nap. >> shhh. >> because amy is napping quietly. they say it works. we're just going to need hair and makeup. 2012, gorgeous -- wow. ravishing. >> absolutely beautiful. >> 2012 was also the year of bargain masterpieces, ladies and gentlemen, all started last march with a $14 print bought at a thrift shop. it turned out to be an original signed picasso worth around $12,000. i personally think a signed picasso goes for more than that but that's what the copy says. a month later a man found an original andy warhol sketch on the back of a painting he bought for $5. that's estimated to be worth over $2 million. then a woman bought a painting for 10 bucks at a goodwill. this sounds like a very long story, turned out to be a masterpiece though because the woman walked into the goodwill and bought a painting. a vertical diamond. it sold for $27,000.
art in the least expected places. big in 2012, ladies and gentlemen. how about this, nothing says happy new year's like something cuddly and furry. two of the newest additions in the san diego zoo have become crowd favorites. obvious why. these adorable leopard clubs. they're from the nashville zoo and looks like they're fitting in fine. they wrestle around with each other -- >> they fall off stairs. >> both weigh less than 15 pounds. they will soon grow to weigh as much as 50 pounds and will not be quite as lovable if they're wrestling on you later in life and can climb down a tree head first thanks to the flexibility of their ankle joints. >> impressive. >> wait, what? >> a little tip you get only on pop news and year of cookies, you can take a bite of the sweetest moments and don't have to leave it alone. few of them right here. we'll start with a little -- i would love to have it "gangnam
style." lost them on the desk. the "gangnam style" cookie. that one is honey boo boo. show it to the camera. that one is "call me maybe." i can't because -- i can't because we -- >> have a bite. >> we have so much more pop news to get to. here's -- let's take a look at the morning menu, shall we? coming up on what's ahead on the "gma" "morning menu" from food to fashion we have even more of the top trends you'll love in 2013 and southern hospitality from country superstar trisha yearwood cooking up one of husband's garth brooks' favorites right here in the studio. they are a "gma" favorite, as well, the breakout band carmen performs. carmen performs live. all coming up live here on "gma." where? right here in times square. "gma's" "morning menu" brought
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>> if you're with us how about a january jump start? we'll check out what you'll be obsessed about in the year to come. lara and i talked to someone buckingham. she knows the biggest trends to watch out for in 2013. get ready, by the way, to jump-start your january. out with the ole, that would mean in with the new as the hottest trends for 2013 in everything from fashion, food including technology. >> so where do we turn when we need to know what's coming in, what we need to jump-start. the one, the only jane buckingham of trendara. we want to jump right into it. into fashion first. so what was in and out in 2012? >> let's start with the women. so for the women we had a lot of bright colors, people wanted to feel good about themselves. neon pinks, neon greens, so this year in fact we're going to be doing more subtle. black and white. >> what do you think that says. >> i think it's a couple of
things, we're realizing change isn't happening as fast as we wanted. i think people want to be a little more sophisticated and can't be out there as much so a lot of the fashion we see will be tailored, more structured and not fancy and -- >> black and white a big color combination. >> that will be the hot thing. funny to say black is the new black but i guess black and white is the new black. >> hard to keep up. >> rita is wearing a lovely ensemble. >> lovely rita. >> this can go in -- you'll see it can go from high fashion to low fashion. this makes you feel trendy and shoes are a big thing women worry about and last year we saw a lot of wedges, right? they were big on the celebrities. this year we're going again a little more low key -- >> there are those shoe booties. wearing flats. i'm wearing a shoe booty because i -- now you're telling me i'm out of my -- >> they look nice to you. >> you need to get a pair of loafers, comfortable in that.
but i think also what we're seeing with trends they don't go out as fast as they used to so you can still wear the shoe booty but to make it new. neon to black and white. >> i love a good loafer. >> what are -- what am i doing? >> what do you need to do? >> a trend i'm fairly sure you can rock. we saw it on kanye. he did it with a -- >> i can't guess what -- >> i'm begging you to wear it. >> what would it be? >> the male meggings. >>meggings. >> he's looking robin hootesque. i wouldn't wear these all together but the meggings are not easy to wear but that's the trend for now and emerald green is the color for next year and also the bucket hat. we went from the -- he is a throw-up trend. not good -- >> with the megging, how do you
prevent it from being uncomfortable in the rear view by showing -- >> don't make him turn around. >> i'm kind of like how -- >> you want to wear long shirt. i would not go for the blazer. i would go -- or you could do what kanye did and wear a skirt with it. >> did we get all the male trends? >> yes, i don't think we can do any more. >> the color, emerald, dark green because we saw robert pattinson wearing that in a suit. you were wondering can you pull that off. >> i don't know. >> green accessories. i love the megging, in fact, are you -- >> i'm wearing them right now. >> i don't even want to know. >> in makeup, what were the big trends of 2012? what are we moving to. >> 2012 was about the lip, bold lips, lip tattoos. >> i'm a huge don't. i'm wearing booties and pale lips. >> it's okay because now it's all about the eyes. so we're going to see eye tattoos. we're going to see this
beautiful idea of sort of having rhinestones on your eyes, we're even going to see colored eyebrows with like blue and neon and a lot in the nails. chanel always sets the nail trends. >> how in the world do you line up rocks on your eyelids and not poke yourself in the eye. >> sephora has these. >> eye decals. >> almost like a -- can we do that? when we come back sam will be wearing it. >> but then also this is super cool. this is supposed to look like leather. >> it does, actually. >> and alex that tweeted this. and there's a waiting list for 2800 people by nails, inc. >> we had a lot of comfort food last year, macaroni and cheese and pasta and this year it's with a twist, macaroni and cheese with like pork riblets or instead of penne -- >> someone said pork. go right ahead. >> then we have asian bolognese.
>> over tofu and rice. so it's taking your traditional and giving it a spin. everyone cares about de schl de >> we have a bacon dough thought for you. >> try the bacon doughnut. >> and popcorn. popcorn is showing up in ice cream, candy, in gourmet dishes so you could expect to see that moving forward. >> this is really good too. >> electronics. all about the ipad. >> certainly not that the ipad is going away but simply what we're seeing now is sort of an evolution where people want to take it from one screen to another. how this works this is the wii u, hot for the next year. what happens is i have a different experience on my game pad than you do there and if you want to watch tv, i can take the game off of there on to my game pad and sit there and just play
what -- >> the folks need to know your games at home will be able to transfer and travel with you. >> travel not -- i don't know if they'll go outside the house but if we want to do something, i can go in the other room. you can watch the football game. you can do what you want to do and we have very different experiences while we're playing. this is mario and it's tag. what happens is basically i don't know if sam wants to try but you have to try and find me. >> we'll have a death match wearing meggings when we come back. >> no, because i'm going to put on my meggings, grab a little popcorn and bacon doughnuts. >> and play a game. >> now you know everything, jane, thank you so much. >> trendara always on the cutting edge. now we know what we need to know for 2013 to jump start our new year. >> fantastic. time for southern hospitality. elizabeth vargas got together with country music legend, host of "trisha's shorn kitchen," trisha yearwood.
she will show us how to start the new year right with a couple delicious breakfast dishes. >> we are kicking off the new year with some southern hospitality. we're very happy to have country music legend, trisha yearwood the host of the food network's "trisha's southern kitchen" here to make great breakfast dishes. something we can have for breakfast or dessert later in the day. >> i always think apple dumplings sound hard, cinnamony and dough. there's got to be something in the middle. this is a recipe that's easy. i taught my niece ashley how to do it at college, she got her first apartment. i'll show you how to do it. >> perfect. i'm game. >> the stuff that you're going to pour over this -- heat is already on. cup of water. >> the heat is supposed to boil. >> we'll bring all this to boil. a stick of butter. step back. i won't hurt you.
>> and stir that until it melts. >> we'll stir it until it melts and comes to a boil then we'll add some sugar. about 3/4 of a cup of sugar. so it's a pretty simple mixture >> that's a lot of sugar. >> shh. then we'll add vanilla. >> apple dump lings, they're sweet. >> we bring that to a boil which we have expertly -- your "good morning america" crew brought to a boil. >> tah-dah. >> we'll show you how to put the dumplings together. the easy thing about this i is s schs biscuit -- take a biscuit -- i'll give you one, make it as flat as you can. if you have -- if you have bigger biscuits like the big fluffy ones you can pull them apart -- >> how flat do you want it to get. >> pretty flat. >> about like that. flatten it oute going to -- it's going to be real
stretchy. that's good. we'll take an apple. >> peeled and -- >> a couple apples peeled and sliced and -- >> nothing else? >> that's it. >> all you have to do is to make sure that the dough seals itself. >> wow. >> oh, wow, this is easy. >> that's your dumpling right there. put it in the pan and the -- then we'll -- >> cinnamon. >> cinnamon and sugar. >> yum. >> the more the merrier. >> wow. it smells divine. >> we pour our butter mixture. >> bold butter mixture which is now here. >> okay. >> over the top. just pour the whole thing into -- >> how many is this? like 18? >> i don't know. >> okay, folks. division and multiplication was a long time ago. >> it's about 16 apple slices if you do two apples then we'll take this sugar and cinnamon mixture and sprinkle it on top. do it with your fingers, a spoon
or eyeball it. >> my kids would love this. they would really like this. >> that is it. cook it for about 30 minutes and there you go. >> that's it. >> that's it right there. i have to try this. this looks so good. in the meantime you have something else. this major bowl is garth's breakfast bowl. your husband. >> a serving size. he doesn't eat that whole thing. >> so funny. what's a garth breakfast bowl? it is basically he went to the fridge and said, okay, what do we have in the fridge? it's all piled together. eggs, potatoes, bacon, sausage, tortellini. >> that's one thing people don't know. scrambled eggs with a little pasta in it is really good. texture and some firmness and all the basic food groups kids like. >> eat that and take a nap for two days. >> and literally throw anything on there. >> really, whatever you like. >> trisha yearwood, happy new year. >> happy new year to you. >> these apple dump lings are
phenomenal. her show is on the food network. get these recipes on abcnews abcnews @yahoo!.com. >> still to come. >> karmin. >> yeah, there you go. >> karmin. >> i'm from kabul, afghanistan and would like to say hi to my wife ali, my four kids. >> happy holidays from kabul, afghanistan. i'm from chicago, illinois. want to say merry christmas and happy new year to my children, nazeem and jabara. >> from everyone here at camp kaya, happy holidays and -- >> all: good morning, america.
good morning and happy new year i am charley croweson. here a few top story on this tuesday beginning today you will see a lot of purple around town. this as the city gets ready for the ravens wild card playoff matchup. crews will paint the logo on the grass onsety hall and federal hill. cheerleaders and the team mascot will join in on the fun providing give aways for fans. two 18-year-old terrance green and dominic wardrick are charged with beating up another man. they were arrested yesterday. they said they attacked a 33- year-old man in november e was found on the sidewalk -- he was found on the sidewalk and he is still in the hospital as we said bowing young men are 18 years old. time for a check of the forecast. let's say good morning to meteorologist mike masco. >> good morning.
we are talking about clouds. good morning. 41 degrees right now a little breeze out of the west and we are mild acrosstown. 37 at around 41. 11 degrees milder than yesterday morning. 10 in wilmington 12 in dover it's going to be a mild day today. a lot of clouds just like yesterday afternoon. and the big change is coming in the next 24 hours. notice the temperatures. plunging out over minnesota. and that's what will be in our state as we head into tomorrow. so today, mild, 42 mostly cloudy and chilly. tonight, well getting colder. 27 degrees we are down to and the 7-day forecast shows us not getting out of the 30s tomorrow. 37 with a sunshine and clouds and thursday cooler at 34 degrees and overnight lows into the teens and low 20s. and things look good for good duration of the 7-day. blend of sunshine and clouds and mostly sunny and into saturday and ravens sunday 43 with mostly sunny skies. >> more news weather and traffic coming up in a half- hour. let's go back to new york for more of good morning america
♪ i've been waiting all day for you to call me baby ♪ ♪ so let's get up let's get on it don't leave me brokenhearted tonight ♪ come on that's right ♪ >> karmin, friend of the program, joining us throughout the year now passed. there they are singing their huge hit "broken hearted" it's off their ep "hello" and we'll be hearing from them a bit later in the program. we wish you all a happy new year and a good morning, america. robin, of course, home recovering. george and lara have the day off home with their family. >> here's what we want to know. what are you vowing to change or to do better in the new year? we've made our new year's resolutions and we're revealing them just ahead. >> are we? i -- wow. >> mine was we could give each
other what we thought your new year's resolutions are. >> we know each other well enough that we probably know what each other's new year's resolutions should be. george, robin and lara are home and in full honest disclosure we are home with our families. josh is on the west coast so we're taping this show so we can do all of that this morning. >> we need a live check of what's going in the news headlines so let's get that live. thanks so much, sam. happy new year, everyone. i'm linsey davis. the senate worked into the wee hours of the morning before finally reaching an agreement on the fiscal cliff. now it's up to the house. here's abc's jonathan karl. >> reporter: at long last, they finally have a deal. late last night, vice president biden went to capitol hill to convince senate democrats to pass it. >> i think we'll get a very good vote tonight, but happy new year. >> reporter: after a quick debate, the senate even passed it. >> the bill as amended is
passed. >> reporter: now the big question, can it pass in the house? technically, everybody's taxes have already gone up. the tax cuts have expired. but if the bill can pass in the house in the next day or two, the tax cuts can be made retroactive. the bill, if it passes, would extend tax cuts for all workers earning under $400,000. it would prevent a big tax hike on estates valued at less than $5 million and it would extend unemployment benefits set to expire today for some 2 million people. even as they closed in on that deal yesterday, congressional republicans were not happy with what they heard from president obama who held a campaign-style event at the white house. >> i'm going to be president for the next four years, i think. >> reporter: effectively continuing the partisan bickering we've long seen. >> it's time to stop the cheerleading. it's time to stop the campaigning. >> i know the president enjoys heckling and having pep rallies to try to get congress to act instead of sitting down and actually negotiating.
>> reporter: now the big new year's test, can it pass in the house? for "good morning america," jonathan karl, abc news, washington. secretary of state hillary clinton is expected to make a full recovery from a blood clot that was found near her brain. clinton has been in the hospital since the clot was discovered on sunday. more than two weeks after she fainted and suffered a concussion. the new year brings a new start for the children of sandy hook elementary. officials in newtown, connecticut, have set thursday as opening day for students as their new school -- as they move forward following the massacre there. parents are invited to join their children on the first few days back. today is a day for football. six college bowl games are being played today but the big number from the nfl is seven. that's how many head coaches were fired yesterday. all but one, chicago's lovie smith, coached their teams to losing records this season. here's the forecast for the first day of 2013.
windy in the northeast with possible flurries, wet along the gulf coast. chicago has some cold air along with denver and omaha. that's a look at the national outlook. finally the floats for the tournament of roses parade are ready to go. there will be 42 of them including the first sponsored by the department of defense. it honors korean war veterans. abc's coverage of the parade starts today at 11:00 a.m. eastern. that's the news. now back to josh. and coming up, our new year's resolutions, in fact, amy is going to be giving sam and myself ours. go nowhere. >> happy holidays from afghanistan. my name is chris harris and i'm from phoenix, arizona, i would
like to say hello to my wife lisa and two daughters sofia and kaya and "good morning america." >> i'm todd joshen. i'd like to say hello to my wife back in the states. >> on behalf of the marines in afghanistan i'd like to give a shout to all ♪ [ male announcer ] every time you say no to a cigarette you celebrate a little win. nicorette gum helps calm your cravings and makes you less irritable. quit one cigarette at a time. but the acidic levels in some foods can cause acid erosion. the enamel starts to wear down, and you can't grow your enamel back.
♪ happy new year, everyone. we know karmin was one of the hottest bands of 2012. lara had the chance to talk to the duo. take a look. >> we're so happy to have amy and nick better known as the singing duo karmin in the house. and you will be performing, i'm so excited about this, platinum hit "broken hearted" off the ep "hello." >> thank you for having us. >> yes, hello. excited about the song. when we first met this summer we were talking about some news in your personal life that you were engaged. >> we are engaged, yes, we are. and we're still engaged so that's good. >> that is great news and your new year's resolution. do share with us. >> ours is to have a wedding. >> so 201 is the year. >> yeah, we had our first one set up for 2011 and then that didn't really happen. it's obviously 2012 and so we're just saying 2013 or bust. >> let's face it. you've been a little busy.
>> a little bit. >> platinum. >> thanks to your beautiful work together and you guys, as well. what a fantastic group. i also loved your partnership with coach. >> thank you. >> and your song "sleigh ride" really got the holidays coming. >> thank you very much. thank you. >> but right now i believe it's time. everybody, here they are with their platinum hit "broken hearted." karmin. ♪ come aigner yeah ♪ this is more than the typical kinda thing ♪ ♪ felt the jones in my bones when you were touching me uh-oh ♪ ♪ didn't wanna take it slow in a daze going crazy i can barely think ♪
♪ you're replaying in my brain find it hard to sleep uh-oh ♪ ♪ waiting for my phone to blow ♪ now i'm here in a sticky situation got a little trouble yep and now i'm pacing ♪ ♪ five minutes ten minutes now it's been an hour ♪ ♪ uh don't wanna think too hard but i'm sour ♪ ♪ uh-oh i can't seem to let you go ♪ ♪ see i've been waiting all day for you to call me baby ♪ society so let's get up let's get on it ♪ ♪ don't you leave me brokenhearted tonight come on that's right ♪ ♪ honest baby i'll do anything you want to ♪ ♪ so can we finish what we started don't you leave me brokenhearted tonight ♪ ♪ come on that's right cheerio
♪ what's the time such a crime not a single word ♪ ♪ sipping on a patron just to calm my nerves uh-oh ♪ ♪ popping bottles by the phone ♪ oh yeah had me up had me down turn me inside out ♪ ♪ that's enough call me up maybe i'm in doubt uh-oh ♪ ♪ i don't even think you know do you no no no no ♪ ♪ see i've been waiting all day for you to call me baby ♪ ♪ so let's get up let's get on it don't you leave me brokenhearted tonight ♪ ♪ come on that's right honest baby i'll do anything you want to ♪ ♪ so can we finish what we started don't you leave me brokenhearted tonight ♪
♪ come on that's right cheerio ♪ anything you wanda no i'll be on it too everything you say is like go with the view ♪ ♪ business on the front party in the back maybe i was wrong was the outfit really whack ♪ ♪ this kinda thing doesn't happen usually i'm on the opposite side of it truthfully ♪ ♪ i know you want it so come and get it cheerio ♪ ♪ see i've been waiting all day for you to call me baby ♪ ♪ so let's get up let's get on it ♪ ♪ don't you leave me brokenhearted tonight ooh ♪ ♪ honest baby i'll do anything you want to ♪ ♪ anything that you want ♪ so can we finish what we started don't you leave me brokenhearted tonight ♪ ♪ come on that's right cheeri, cheerio ♪ ♪ when you gonna call don't
♪ beautiful shot. happiest of new year's, by the way, everyone, one and all. this is -- we heard from karmin, their new year's resolution. a lot of people need to make a change from last year, they feel so make that declaration that things will change. do you have anything? >> i'll sing less on "good morning america." >> no. >> no, because we love that. "good morning america" live which is the show that we usually make amy sing on. >> yes, and manage to each and every time. you know what, i will say, i resolve to -- i resolve to sleep more. dr. ashton earlier today said seven hours -- i got to -- i got
to take it. >> it does make a difference. i really try to get seven hours of sleep at least a night. >> you do? >> what time do you go to bed? >> usually about:00 i'm making that move. >> that doesn't often happen. >> yeah, exactly. >> without -- >> you. >> and i don't know, you -- that was yours, really? >> really to sing less. >> no, trust me, it's a good one. >> thank you very much. i know. i'm happy to oblige. you guys could make fun of me less in the commercial breaks. >> that would not be a fun year. that would not -- that wouldn't be a fun year. >> to be honest, this is sappy but true after the serious stories we covered leading into the new year especially in connecticut i feel like going into the new year i'll get on the floor with my kids more and play more and yell less, be less frustrated as a mom and be a better parent. that's something i did take away from this year. had a huge impact on me. >> i agree, every night coming
back and seeing her, i'll hang with her more. have -- >> enjoy the kids. >> extra tea parties. >> the way this year ended with such an incredible horrible headlines in a lot of ways, just to love the people you're with more. make people a little happier. let this year be the year of chilling out and calming down a little. >> even with hurricane sandy, i think we all learned that material things are just that. and it's the people around us that make our life better and more enjoyable and it's all about love. it really is. >> could be the story today. >> indeed, they did. all right. hey, we'll be right back.
thanks for spending a bit of today with us. we do appreciate it, and we will see you in 2013. >> that's right and as we say good-bye this morning we want you to see all of the people who make "gma" possible every day. we want to thank them. >> thanks to you for spending your new year's day with us. have a great day. we will see you tomorrow. ♪ ♪ ♪
in maryland -- marry in maryland. the mayor opened the city hall for couples to tie the knot and perform the first ceremony. as the world rang in the new year some people in the area honored the loved ones no longer here. 216 people were murdered in baltimore city in 2012. last night this was a vigil honoring them all. victims families politicians and faith community members stood together outside the war memorial building. mayor was there explaining even though violent crime is down in the city, homicides are still up. time for one more check of the weather forecast with mike masco what's going on? >> what's going on? well a lot of clouds out there. and it's chilly north of the beltway. still into the 30s. 41 columbia and towardsbaltimore city 45. ten degree warmer than yesterday morning. so that's good news. but the clouds are hanging tough today. 41 in town 43 in are a lee. up towards international falls into minneapolis you are
dealing with really cold air. and that is the cold air that will come in as we head into tomorrow afternoon. so it's 42 the two degree guaranteed today. mostly cloudy and kelly and tonight partly cloudy skies. going down to 21 degrees. chilly air moves in by wednesday. 37 degrees with overnight lows into the teens and low 20s. thursday, friday a blend of sunshine and clouds and struggling to get out of the middle 30s. by sun kick it up to near 40. mostly sunny skies ravens game looks good. 43 mostly sunny skies. charley. >> all right we are out of town. the doctors is coming up next. remember join us tomorrow beginning at 4:30 for good morning maryland again have a great new year and see you tomorrow. (bell rings)