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heart healthy california walnuts. great tasting, heart healthy california walnuts. so simple. get the recipes at walnuts.org. you, 7 him a.m., -- 7:00 a.m., saturday, february 27. awakened by a carbon monoxide detecter, now a philadelphia mother and her churn were taken to the hospital after fumes filled their homes. a teenager is the victim of a stabbing in south philadelphia. police are looking for his attacker. plus, new jersey governor chris christie surprises everyone by announcing he is
supporting donald trump. those stories, but first chris sowers is outside with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. i can see the smoke, it's chilly out there. >> reporter: mother nature is reminding us it's still winter. although it's not been a bad winter season, temperatures this morning would suggest otherwise. we're in the low to mid 20s. 22 in fleetwood. same number for martins creek. warrington, 23. levittown, 25. even across south jersey, it's chilly, hammonton, 22. 22 for bridgeton. 23234 vineland, cinnaminson, 27. satellite and radar, it's clear, up and down the eastern seaboard. i can feel the sun shining on my face right now it feels good. the angle of the sun is higher than a couple of months ago, even when the temperatures are chilly for what we're
forecasting it will feel already. 9:00 a.m., 38. 1:00 p.m., 42. we're camping out between 44 and 46 degrees. breezy and somewhat chilly. that will be the call from accuweather for today. looking ahead into next week. the weekend overall is quiet. we have several rain chances in the seven-day forecast. first one monday afternoon a hit or miss shower that's not a big deal. wednesday there's a system that could bring thunderstorms to the area. friday, that could mix with snow as old man winter tries to hold on for dear life as spring moves in. i'll have the details in just a few minutes. gray. 7:02 your time. carbon monoxide leak sent a mother and her young children to the hospital. a faulty heating system is responsible for the fumes.
the mother, 2, 4, and 7-year-old live in the apartment in germantown. the children's grandmother is thankful that a carbon monoxide detecter went off. thank god. this would would have been unbelievable. the grandmom tells us the family just moved into that unit. the mom and kids moved in earlier in the week. they are being treated at einstein medical center. the 15-year-old boy is suspected of being stabbed multiple times in south philadelphia. police got a report of altercation between teenagers. the victim was taken to jefferson university hospital to be treated. right now philadelphia police are looking for a group of teens who have allegedly beat you mean and robbed at least two students at roman catholic high school. chad perdelli has more on the investigation. jimmy falon's eye is swollen and bloodied.
he was a concussion after a group of teens jumped him in front of the mooch -- make munil services building at jfk and broad. it makes you scared because ten minutes before i'm telling him i love him and i get a phone call and tell him that he was beaten up and crying. >> reporter: he was walking to the train station when he was attacked. they rolled me over and they kept kicking me, they took my phone. >> reporter: the phone was tracked to west philadelphia, but at this point police have to suspects. tuesday the philadelphia school district, police septa and others met to find ways to curb the problem of students converging on center city after school and committing crimes.
it's heart wrenching, it's the fourth occurrence with roman kids this year. you want him to be safe and stuff, i don't know, like my husband said, i don't know what the answer is. it seems like in my opinion, the catholic school kids, the private kids get picked on because people think they have money. >> reporter: while officials are working on a plan to deal with the problem, police say there's one thing parents can do in the meantime, make sure your child goes home right after school. in center city, chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." good morning, police want to know who sexually assaulted a teenage girl along a trail in berks county. officers say this is the man they are looking for. take a good look. he is wanted in the attack of 15-year-old girl along two trails. this happened monday morning near the foot bridge in first avenue. the man said the teen came up
behind her and physically and sexually assaulted here. if you recognize the man in the sketch call police immediately. 18-year-old has been charged in the stabbing of a kutztown student last weekend. he has been charged with attempted murder. the 23-year-old victim is in serious condition. it is just after 7:00, the polls are open in the palmetto state. south carolina is holding its presidential primary. hillary clinton has a huge advantage over bernie sanders among likely black voters. other southern states with large black populations will vote on super tuesday. chris christie shocked the political world with his choice for the republican nomination, he has endorsed donald trump. the two made it official in texas. one of the states voting on
super tuesday. the alliance was sealed at the trump towers 24 hours earlier. it is hoped his moderate message could win voters still uncertain about trump. flu is howard young prison institution. transportation from inmates to and from the prison on hiatuses. the philadelphia fire department is replacing water mains one being overhauled on frankford avenue is 167 years old. the project was moved up after the repture of the raging or orderly mains. the water department replaces a main once every 125 years. we increased it to make it every one hundred years cycle. we're replaces 20 miles per -- e
replaced 20 miles of mains per year, now we've moorveldz -- move it up to 28 miles of main per year. crews were busy filling potholes. city wants the public to report any potholes to the public works call center. we have details ahead on patient treatment for the orderly -- older generation. plus a pilot makes a landing overseas without the front wheels. >> reporter: gray, we have warmup on the way with the temperatures arriving starting
on saturday morning, 7:10. a suicide bomber has killed ten people in eastern afghanistan. the attacker rode in on a motorcycle. a tribal leader opposed to the taliban was the target. the tribal leader is dead. no group claimed responsibility for the bombing. a russian brokered temporary cease-fire in syria. syrian rebels see all others as isis. isis and al qaeda remain a threat to the cease-fire and potential peace talks. a pilot landed without nose gear in guam. three people were on board at the time of this. the nose gear failed to deploy
during the emergency landing. the pilot used the rear wheels to bring down the jet. everybody is okay. old man winter is putting up a fight, but losing. >> reporter: he is losing, rather quickly. let's go outside and show you what's going on. he is winning this morning, controversial he is losing. we show you the view in chester county. this is overlooking the commodor barry bridge. what a lovely shot. you can see the sunshine and bright blue sky. today is a nice looking day, highs topped out in the mid 40s, with the winds feels like the upper 30s and low 40s, feels like a nice day. double scan live, philadelphia, chilly 28 degrees, dewpoint, 13. the air is pretty dry. the winds is out of the of the west at 7 miles per hour. that's giving us a feels like temperature of 21. what a week it was, temperature-wise all over the
place, monday, 53 degrees it is high temperature, the normal is 47. tuesday we were below average, 43. hello, wednesday, 65 degrees. wednesday night we had the rounds of severe weather. this is a midnight high for thursday. we started cooling down by afternoon. yesterday was chilly. only 41. yesterday we were in the 30s, with the winds felt like the 20s and 30s. right now we're seeing 20s, old man winter holding on by a thread. philadelphia, 28. a pair of 2s for millville. trenton, 24. feels like 17 degrees this morning. so maybe you're up early you want to go for an early morning jog or stroll. bundle up in layers. reading feels like 18. lancaster, 17. allentown, 18 degrees, feels like 22 in millville. satellite and radar, you're probably going to need a heavier coat later this afternoon, as well. because the wind is still blowing out of the southwest at 15 to 25 miles per hour. good news we're clear up and
down the eastern seaboard, cloud cover stays to the west, that's where we are expecting the warmup to begin first. places like omaha, nebraska, 70 degrees, front range in the 60s and 70s. the patterns become zonal or west to east. it bottles all the cold stuff up in can -- canada near the hudson bay. omaha it will be warmer, 70 degrees, that will his the coast on -- hit the coast on sunday. monday and tuesday, will be beautiful. 43 in lancaster, allentown, 45. millville, 43. sun and clouds, breezy. cape may topping out around 42 degrees. overnights tonight, the temperatures will dip back down, but not always cold as this morning. low to mid 30s philadelphia,
cape may, 36 degrees. 46 today. 62 tomorrow. monday, 62, could be a morning shower in spots, most of us stay dry. tuesday, partly sunny, mild, high of 60 degrees. first storm arrives wednesday. this will be similar to what we saw this past wednesday. minus the severe weather, winds, periods of rain, mild, temperatures in the 50s, 53. the next storm system that arrives thursday into friday, this is 0 colder storm temperatures in the 30s, could be a mixture of rain and snow, could be more towards the snow. we have to watch the track closely. once that comes and goes, winter is done. i knew you were going to say snow one more time before the winter is out. >> reporter: that's the last one, might not be much.
thank you so much. it is now, 7:15. many healthcare systems are doing more to shorten hospital stays and prevent readmissions for patients once they get out. tamala edwards has art of aging. >> reporter: it's a troubling fact that the millions of seniors hospitalized every year. 20% of all medicare patients get readmitted to the hospital in 30 days. >> reporter: the reasons vary, perhaps the praisht was not ready -- patient was not ready to go or there were complications or drug reactions that didn't show up in the hospital. often the causes are preventible not enough support at home to help the patient's recovery. healthcare systems are under orders to reduce readmissions or face cuts in medicare reerm --
reimbursements. so it has made the hospital more pro active. i provide the bridge between the in-patient hospital stay and out-patient. >> reporter: most patients likely to come back are those with diabetes, heart failure or copd. she works with doctors and nurses. what got them there in the first place and what they need to get well, where are they heading after their stay. one stud shows expensivists can cut hospital stays by half. when you leave the hospital you have a discharge summery and patient instructions. it has a to be written in your language that you can understand. >> reporter: go over it thorough with the family member and follow it. i decreases all the pain
and suffering of having to go back into the hospital. >> reporter: tamala edwards channel 6 "action news." grandma is so happy to be here for your very first christmas. i hear you're quite the expert at waking people up in the morning. let me show you how grandma does it. your daddy made this when he was a little boy. this is your dad at my house, where he had his first christmas. thanks for making the coffee. well look who's up. i'm really glad you're here mom. me too. look who's here!
waking you mean with us on saturday morning -- waking up with us on saturday morning. don't be fooled by the sunshine. it is chilly, 33 degrees, so bundle up as you head out. here's a look at what's happening in and around the lehigh valley. rev your engine at the atlantic city classic car show and cause of action. it is the east coast's largest show gets into gear this weekend. this will be 750 cars for sale, 500 up for auction and 250 more for you to gaze at. tens of thousands of car
enthusiasts and car collectors are expected to show up at the event. it happens today from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and tomorrow 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. sesame street characterize will take in the march of dimes walk in language honoring, bucks county. --ghone bucks county. there outside readings tel mark, bloom philly pop up pin nick, this will happens today from noon until 4:00 p.m. we'll see you after the break. your daughter wants to stay organic.
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, another nice day around the delaware valley. breezy, chilly, highs in the mid 40s, you'll see sunshine out there. the feels like temperature will hover afternoon 39 to 42 somewhere in that vicinity. not a bad day. the pattern turns active next week. we're watching a couple of storm signals, north of the line is cold, south of the line is warm. there's philadelphia right there. this will track like this up west of philadelphia. this is a south wind all mild, pretty much rain. there could thunderstorms, you'll see an afternoon with winds gusting 40 to 45 miles per hour maybe stronger. right now it doesn't look like there will be much in the way of severe weather. that could change, but that's the way it looks right now. the second system we're watching for friday, that could track
farther to the south, we have colder air in place, that would suggest a mixture of rain and snow. the question mark is where does it track, does it come down here which is a complete miss or farther to the north which would favor rain. that's the perfect track for snow lovers. wednesday will be rain and friday of next week there will be a mixture of rain and snow. we'll be watching friday. in sports, the flyers lose another flare and the eagles and phillies look to their future. the sixers slide goes on. >> reporter: good morning, the sixers entered the night last night on a six-game losing streak, i don't mean to bury you with numbers, but they have been buried with their defense. they have give up an average of 124 points per game. the sixers lead cut down to 4.
4th sixers trailer. sixers trail 97-92678 out worked on the boards. sixers fall 119-94. their 50th loss of the season. flyers can't get good news without getting bad news, claude giroux is closer to return. now we learn that jake borachek will miss the game against arizona with a lower body injury. diswra -- giroux skated with the team yesterday he missed three state games. doug peter eagles coach checked out the heisman winners yesterday. the offensive line is more of a pressing concern for the eagles these days. we're looking at our current situation, are there
holes, there are holes. we'll evaluate not only the guys on our roster, but here on this week, free agency is coming up. there's opportunities there to help improve that talent level. speaking of holes, the phillies have some, they have plenty of players willing to step up to fill them, including a local product. andrew bailey is a reliever hoping to be the closer. he attended paul vi high school in haddonfield. he grew up a huge phillies fan. i grew up in haddon highlights and watched the early 90s phillies, definitely my family and friends are looking forward toilet, hopefully it all works out. how good is it to see baseball back. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers, you have yourself a terrific weekend! speaking of baseball, baseball has ball boys and ball
girls, but there's a twist at tennis matches in brazil. dogs are being used instead. it's part of a promotion for a shelter for dogs and cats. the publicity might help them find new homes. we hope they get the homes they deserve. we have much more coming up on this edition of "action news" saturday morning, stay with us, we're back after the break.
new overnight arc philadelphia police officer is hurt while responding to a call we'll have the details. i am proud to be here to endorse donald trump for president of the united states. in a surprise announcement, new jersey governor, chris christie throws his support behind republican frontrunner, donald trump. get ready for a huge warmup, we're in store for more spring-like weather. good news indeed. chris sowers is outside, chris there's a fight between between the warmth and old man winter. the warmth is winning. >> reporter: the warmth is winning. even with the sun blasting down on me, it feels great. 21 degrees in philadelphia. teens north an west, 11 in the poconos, 22 in millville. obviously you have to bundle up this morning, but you get the idea here there's not much in
the way of clouds out there, so we'll stay mostly sunny later this afternoon with a few high, thin clouds from time to time. mostly sunny day is what is on tap for the delaware valley. that will keep things fairly mild. the day planner looks like, 9:00 a.m., 33 degrees, the numbers are climbing by the late morning hours, 11:00 a.m., 40. 1:00 p.m., 42. 3 and 5:00 p.m., we're sitting at 44 and 467. mostly sunny skies and a few high, thin clouds are possible from time to time. there will be a cooler breeze blowing from time to time, as well. that will gust 15 to 20-mile an hour. even though you see the temperatures in the 40s, you fashion in the winds it will feel like the upper 30s and low 40s. with all the sunshine it should not feel that bad. temperatures in the west, wichita, 34. omaha, 31. each and every number add 7 degrees for the purpose of the highs.
that's charges east and guess what? it arrives first thing toamg that will -- tomorrow, that will bring a beautiful stretch of warm weather to the delaware valley, 60 degrees or high. when we look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll see how how long the temperatures last. philadelphia police officer with the 19th district is recovering after being hurt on the job in an early morning crash. the seashells' cruiser slammed into a pole while he was on his way to help another officer. it happened in wynnfield. the officer is being treated at penn presbyterian hospital. his injuries are not life threatening. new this morning, a fire forces a woman from her north philadelphia apartment. she lives on the first floor of the 2700 block of west lehigh avenue in strawberry mansion. neighbors called 911 around
1:00 ho. the woman made it out on her own. she'll be okay, the cause is under investigation. it is safe to say no one saw this coming, new jersey governor, chris christie said else endorsing donald trump for president. the announcement came before a big recall in in fort worth, texas. it is the first from a sitting governor and former rival. this was an endorsement that meant a lot. chris is an outstanding man with an outstanding family. he has done a great job. in texas trump and christie jetted off to oklahoma city. one of the 11 states to hold a primary on super tuesday. christy explained while he is throwing his support behind trump. america needs a strong leader who is going to restore american strengthen around the world and donald trump is that man. the million dollar question
what is in this for the governor? some say christie could be gunning for vice president. marco rubio believes he can low down the billionaire mogul's momentum before super tuesday, he larbledz out at -- lashed out a rally. cruz believes trump could get big wins. south carolina opens for their presidential primary today. all signs point to hillary clinton which could catapult her to hall in delegates organ super tuesday. bernie sanders spent friday in south carolina and went off to texas and minnesota. philadelphia police
arrested an alleged church burglary, police caught the man inside the church, "action news" reporter, jeff chirico with the details. >> reporter: while many come to pray in it, many say william sides was preying on our lady of calvary. it is believed he struck the church two times before. the officers tackled him to the ground. the thefts from the poor boxes that began weeks earlier sadden the parishners. whatever they get to give to the poor people. i plan on being there every night until we got him. >> reporter: after an unsuccessful night police returned for a second one. they were sitting in the dark in this front pew when the suspect came in the fronts doors. we ducked down behind the
organ and heard the keys rattling, we waited until we observed him prying open the poor box and we swooped in. >> reporter: the officers both catholics, credit divine intervention. before we left, we lit a candle and put money in the poor box and said a prayer that we would get this gentleman. >> reporter: sad lie sides could have avoided this and gotten help if he knocked on the rectory door first. he has a history of drug arrests and police believe he was stealing to support his habit. police are investigating how he got a key to the church and whether he is responsible for any other thefts. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." a ukrainian man who posed as a teenager to go to high school in harrisburg is facing sex assault charges, police
charged him with statutory sexual assault and corruption of minors. he was in jail on identity theft and other offenses. investigators say he was involved in a relationship with a 15-year-old student in 2014 while enrolled at harrisburg high. he enrolled under the name of asher potts after his work visa expired. investigators say it may take time before they know what caused a popular restaurants to go up in flames. fire destroyed the chinese japanese house of jin restaurant in germantown. the flames flairld back -- flard back up last night but were quick live put out. there's a video showing an unsuccessful take off at philadelphia international airport. federal investigators believe pilot error was the cause of the
mishap. the u.s. airways flight was off ground when the pilot aborted takeoff, the plane hit the ground and bounced into the air and down to the ground again. the nose gear collapsed and the plane skidded to a stop him we're told two people were hurt. from our new jersey newsroom this morning, the trump taj mahal casino in atlantic city is no longer bankrupt, carl ican took over the casino. ican has been keeping the casino afloat since it filed for bankruptcy in september of 2014. if you're just waking up, 7:38. 6 flags adventure is hosting their spring job fair. they are looking for 4,000 workers for their 2016 season that starts in 3 weeks.
they are looking for retail security and safari park. job fair runs home 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 6 flags employment center. excitement is in the air, hollywood is gearing up for the big close up. the 88th annual academy awards happen tomorrow night. the final touches are on on the dolby theater. wolfgang puck is happening 50 addition for 1600 guests and chris rock is busy with last minute rehearsals before lights, camera and action. join us for the live broadcast of the 88th academy way wards. we have the front row seat to all the action. you don't want to miss it. coverage begins apt 7:00 p.m. on 6abc. as you watch the show we are
enhancing your oscar experience at 6abc.com. the "action news" facebook page will have live streaming video from the red carpet and big moments from the show, enjoy the chats with alicia vitarelli whole chatting with you throughout the entire show tomorrow night. the zika virus advances in america. details on pregnant women becoming infected. an unexpected ghost, a deer crashes through a wood at a school startle -- a window at a school startling the kids inside. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast "action news" on saturday morning returns after the break.
his all right, glad you stayed with us, students at a north jersey middle school were saying oh, deer. the ceer got into the school through a window. it damaged a wall getting out of the school. the deer is okay, students are too. look at the facial expression, oh, busted. >> reporter: imagine you walk in and that's the first thing you see. let's get you outside, i need another cup of coffee. there's the view in penns
landing. you can see the flags blowing in the winds. it will make it feel chilly today. temperatures are milder today, yesterday we were 40, 41. today we're 46. we get milder sunday, monday and tuesday. it will feel like spring starting tomorrow. 46 degrees is where we'll top out later on. the 47 is the normal. the average is 30 degrees. february has not been that bad minus the polar vortex week. week one, nice and warm. week two, here comes the vortex. windchills below zero. this was a nasty week. the good news we didn't see much snow with it. from that point on, the cold stuff retreated north up into canada. most of the time the temperatures have been above average. it has not been that bad of a month. january was colder, everyone remembers decembers, december was a blow torch around here,
10 1/2 degrees above average which is a record for that month. saint david, 24. bridgeton, 25. hammonton, 26. ewing 26 degrees. all these temperatures subtract a good three or four degrees with the winds and that's what it feels like out there. the good news we'll have wall-to-wall sunshine from start to finish up and down the entire eastern steashed. you easternd. you have to go to the pittsburgh and to the west to get the cloudiness. winds are blowing west to east, there's nothing going on. west to east winds locks the cold stuff up here across the hudson bay. temperatures are in the 30s and 40s, everybody in the west climbs into the 60s and 70s.
that charges east and hits the eastern seaboard by tomorrow. future tracker 6 mostly sunny skies, a few high, thin clouds, tomorrow, the same thing. monday this front could bring a quick-hitting shower north and west of philadelphia. first thing monday morning, most of us stay dry, even if you pick up the shower it's not going to amount to all that much. outside that the next chance would be wednesday. that's a stronger storm that would be this one right here, it would cut west of philadelphia. it's a warmer storm and it could bring rain and thunderstorm to the area. it's friday's system that's making it more interesting. there's two storms developing across the high plains. the first track is wednesday, again, that travels to the west during the afternoon. that means winds will be out of the south. it's a warm storm, rain, thunderstorms. the second one develops friday this track brings it farther to the south that will bring the cold air in from the north. this could be a mixture of rain
and snow, maybe more than that, depending on how far to the south that travels. if that runs off the coast the carolinas or the virginia cames it could be accumulating snow for us. those are the storms we have to watch next week. for today, sunshine, clouds, breezy, 46 degrees. overnights tonight it's quiet out there, temperatures in the low 30s, partly cloudy, we'll call it seasonable. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 46 degrees today get on out and enjoy the sunshine we'll have a repeat tomorrow at least in terms of sun, look at the temperature, 62, very spring-degrees, same thing for monday. tuesday, partly sunny, 60. wednesday, rain, 63. wednesday a shower 53 and thursday, 45 and saturday, 39. don't forget you can get the seven-day forecast at
6abc.com/weather. 7:47 is your time. tonight an all new fyi gets you ready for the spring season, plus mouth watering tasty treats, here's melissa magee and karen rogers with a preview. >> reporter: here's what's coming up on "fyi philly." we're bringing the outdoors inside. erin balances on water in winter. see how a south philly warm is growing. alicia takes us out of the town in medicine folder. we in medford. we have a beach party brewing for shopaholics in philly.
34 degrees outside. seems to have warmed up a bit. in "healthcheck," zika virus virus has affect pregnant women in the u.s. one of the women gave birth to a baby with a rare birth defect. cdc officials yesterday issued a caution to those who plan to attend the olympics in rio this summer. meantime this year's flu vaccine is one of the most effective for this year. the vaccine reduces the chances of getting the flu by 60%. by comparison last season's vaccine only reduced the risk by 20%. it's still not too late to get a flu shot if you have not been vaccinated. this morning there's a warning for parents who have a
tommy tippy sippy cup in the cabinet. there could mold growing inside the leakve. other parents their kids might be getting sick or are sick from the mold that's horrible. it's disgust, i mean i probably wouldn't have bought them if i knew they had the problem. tommy tippy responded on facebook any mold is the result of the cup being incorrectly cleaned. they apologized and telling customers they will send replacement parts and redesign the product. chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we hope you stay with us, we'll see you after the break.
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us, a final check. forecast, meteorologist chris sowers, you're doing something right. >> reporter: it's going to be quiet this weekend. you'll see a ton of sunshine out there. it's chilly this morning, but look at the temperatures by tomorrow afternoon. 46 today. 62 in philadelphia. south and east, somewhere between 62 and 64. tomorrow is an outstanding day, get out and enjoy it. if you don't have a chance to get out and enjoy it, we'll give you another one monday of course 60 degrees monday, tuesday, 60. wednesday, periods of rain and
53 degrees, thursday, cloudy, 45 degrees, friday we could have a rain/snow eventful weekend we'll have to watch. it's 7:56. we're minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a." it's another big day in american politics, chris christie's bombshell endorsement reverberating through the republican establishment,. we have a warning to anyone heading to the olympics in brazil. a disturbing new report on american women who contracted the virus. jennifer garner breaking her silence in an extraordinary and candid interview setting it straight on her split with
benefit of a -- ben affleck. a woman and three children are recovering after a carbon monoxide leak in their home. we'll have the latest at 9:00. meet the two drexel grads who educated their very own demand delivery app. now for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall, make it are a great day.
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good morning, america. playing the trump card. the presidential candidate's bombshell endorsement, a former foe signing on. >> there is no better fighter than donald trump. >> now double-teaming marco rubio. >> he was putting on makeup with a trowel. >> rubio, meanwhile, taking his own swipes. >> he was having a meltdown. >> the latest twists and turns and the predictions for today's democratic primary in south carolina as we head into a crucial super tuesday. zika alert. the cdc's startling report. the american pregnant women who visited countries with zika outbreaks. what happened? plus, the new travel advice from health officials. our dr. besser tells you what you need to know. opening up, the superstar jennifer garner talking for the first time about her breakup with ben affleck.