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up early iire revived his campaign. >> and while the reality tv star still doing well, it looks like you all have reset the race. >> reporter: and senator marco rubio making a promise never to stumble like he did in that last debate. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you. it's on me. it's on me. i did not -- i did not do well on saturday night so listen to this, that will never happen again. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: governor chris christie who roughed up rubio in that debate not finishing well and acknowledging the end is near. >> mary pat and i spoke tonight and we decided we'll go home to new jersey tomorrow and we're going to take a deep breath, see what the final results are tonight because that matters. >> reporter: now, governor chris christie has not officially dropped out of the race. he's just suspending campaigning for the time being but, robin, this morning we have no
believe that chris christie will compete competitively in south carolina. robin. >> we'll wait to hear what he has to say. the democratic race bernie sanders walking away with a huge double-digit win over hillary clinton and now all eyes on south carolina and ahead to nevada. let's go back to abc's cecilia vega also in manchester for us this morning. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. bernie sanders is certainly celebrating this morning while hillary clinton is waking up to that embarrassing upset. her team knew she would lose her, they were hoping it would not be this bad. >> thank you, new hampshire. >> reporter: overnight bernie sanders celebrating a victory that was, well, huge. >> because of a huge voter turnout and i say huge. we won. >> reporter: but before coming on stage sanders celebrating on the basketball court playing
he is optimistic about the fight ahead. >> we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington washington, the government of our great country belongs to all of the people. and not just a handful of wealthy campaign contributors and their super pacs. >> reporter: hillary clinton conceding defeat. >> i want to begin by lag senator sanders. >> reporter: with bill and chelsea standing on stage remaining deninth about the future. >> it's not whether you get knocked down that matter, it's whether you get back up. i know i have some work to do, particularly with young people. and here's what we're going to
the entire country. we are going to fight for every vote in every state. >> reporter: and clinton concedes bernie sanders managed to tap into a real sense of anger among voters but her camp is telling us this morning they are shifting their focus now to those upcoming states south carolina and nevada, robin, where they hope she can tap into her support among latino and african voters. >> cecilia, what are we hearing about these reports of a possible shake-up within the clinton campaign? >> reporter: well, for now, robin, there is adamant denial inside the clinton team saying that's not going to happen but we know they are moving staffers around to upcoming states. certainly this morning there is some serious soul searching happening inside team clinton. they know they've got to get this base in south carolina and nevada active and supporting her if they want this nomination to happen. they've got to do something differently. >> as she also said tap into those young voters, as well. all right, cecilia, thank you very much. george.
second place in new hampshire last night. he's already in south carolina, charleston, south carolina, this morning. congratulations. 106 town meetings in new hampshire. is that what made the difference? >> george, i think that helped and it was a great grassroots organization and then onto of it was the message which is, you know, we're americans before we're republicans and democrats. and we need to grow our economy which i've been able to do both in washington and in ohio and when we do that, we make sure we leave no one behind and the mentally ill, the drug addicted, working poor, everybody has a right to rise in america and reore the spirit of this country. that's really what it's all about, george, and, you know, it's really funny, as you and i talked yesterday, the light really did overcome the darkness. i had so many millions of ads run against me and yet we come out of there with a strong second and it's remarkable and feels great. >> our pollsters are going through the results calling you
you were the candidate of experience. he's the outsider. you had that hopeful message. he's taking a hard line. can you bring those together and when you look at the polls he beat you by 20 points. question be stopped? >> yeah, but, george, i beat him in dixville notch, it was 3-2. >> i think it was 2-1 but go ahead. >> but, george, here's the thing, look, it's a long race, right. we're here in south carolina. we'll be here. we'll go through south carolina ultimately to the midwest and you know what it's like in illinois and in michigan, ohio, pennsylvania. and in the south, george, i've got to tell you, you know, mississippi, you know trent lott, the guy doesn't lose many. we are very strong there. got the governor of alabama. we're building a team in tennessee. this is a long, long race and, you know, everybody always understatements me, but it seems to always kind of work out. so we're just going to put one foot in front of the other. >> jeb bush not getting out of
an onslaught from him aides say you have little or no chance in south carolina, quote, kasich has consistently supported gutting the military and has no viable path in the palmetto state. your response? >> well, look, you got the bush campaign, i think they spent about $120 million and they've got like four delegates, i mean, they've got blown out of iowa and did poorly in new hampshire so they are spending all their money going negative and when you pound me i'm going to have to defend myself but i think it's sad. i think it's a sad situation when you've got to rely on negative to move voters which they haven't been able to do as opposed to articulating a positive vision. why don't they do that and somebody ask them, well, what are you for and if what you're for isn't selling you got to ask yourself why you're running. at least if that was the case
i won't get diverted by it. i'm a rye formerie >> can you imagine bringing two wings of the party together with donald trump? >> well, i don't know what that means. i mean, i'm running for president and, you know, we had a good night and we're just going to keep working. i absolutely do believe that i cannot only unify the party, but i also believe i can bring back that reagan blue collar democrat who they were for reagan and, george, here's the thing about it, most of these conative democrats when they see a socialist winning they're like, what's happened to my party? i mean i'm a democrat but i'm certainly not a socialist. i think those are people we can attract. >> you're a democrat? >> no, i said we can attract the democrats, george, because -- well, look, my father was a democrat and i'm a strong
somehow it seems to resonate with them. up in new hampshire i had so many of the people in the democratic party say, hope you do well. hope you win. i said, well, if i do i hope i get your vote in the fall. you got to switch over and vote republican. >> thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> let's talk to matt dowd, jon karl and cecilia vega up in new hampshire. cannot underestimate the aftershocks of last night. >> no, as we talked about it it is an earthquake on a massive scale knocking down the foundations of both political parties and at the size of a basketball team now on the republican side where there's five candidates and the interesting thing about this rice that lines up for donald trump in the course of this, instead of being weaker, one-on-four he's stronger one-on-four and weaker marijuana and lines up and it's going to be very difficult to stop donald trump going into south carolina. >> and, jon, picking up on that there is no incentive for any other republican candidates to
>> this is the perfect result for donald trump, not just his 19-point win but the fact that there is such a muddle below him and second place finisher john kasich is absolutely nowhere in south carolina. he's at the bottom of the polls and then jeb bush, he sees a reason to go on andthree-way tie for third place. >> he admitted that debate performance did hurt him. you talked about self da and south carolina upcoming for the clinton campaign, they had been hoping for big wins there but now facing a real fight especially in nevada. >> reporter: they certainly are, george. this is that fire wall that hillary clinton's team has been talking about banking on her support in circus especially among african-american voters but looking ahead, bernie sanders is already running spanish language ads there and has a bunch of door knockers to go. certainly i tell you, that mood
that party, no victory party for them. nervous about what comes next. >> how much will she have to retool? >> a lot. she lost badly among young voters, among women and has a huge trust problem. she has to retool that campaign to a great degree. >> thank you all very much. bernie sanders will be live on "the view" for his first interview since the primary. 11 owe 11:00 a.m. an abc. the supreme court put brakes on president obama's plan to fight climate change and limit greenhouse gases at power plants but the justices temporarily blocked it into going into effect. a new warning from top intelligence officials. they expect isis will attempt a direct attack on the u.s. this year. intel chief james clapper called this year's report on security threats a, quote, litany of doom citing concern about north
as the threat posed by homegrown terrorists. two months after the attack in san bernardino, the fbi still has not been able to unlock one of the shooter's cell phones. the fbi direct are says it's one example of how encryption is interfering with investigations. there is a major recall by general motors. 500,000 are being called because their brake pedals could fail. silverados being one affected. the rest on our website. where does a pig run? his local polling place, of course. maybe he was protesting pork barrel spending but no political mudslinging here. a local farmer was told his pig was hamming it up at the local precinct, so he eventually came down, you know what i'm going to say here and he brought home. >> nicely done. >> what's your count, four, five? >> that was up there. >> pretty easy. >> that was.
new concerns about the zika virus as athletes prepare for the olympics in brazil. hope solo is speaking out saying she is so concerned that if she had to make a choice right now, she wouldn't go to rio. abc's linzie janis has that story. >> reporter: this morning, the zika virus crisis now striking fear in some of our nation's top athletes. u.s. soccer star hope solo saying if she had to choose whether to go to the summer games in brazil now she wouldn't go. solo who is about to start playing qualifying rounds with the u.s. soccer team tells "sports illustrated" i would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. i don't know when that day will come for my husband and me butter butterally reserve my right to have a healthy baby. solo who helped her team to world cup vtory in 2015 saying no athlete competing in rio should be faced with this dilemma. >> hope solo is the first. she won't be the last and many
their whole future to look forward to and youennd when you look it includes family and children. >> reporter: the olympic committee tells abc news they are closely monstering the situation through the cdc an passing on recommendations to its athletes. zika which is spread by mosquitoes and is believed to be behind a growing number of cases of microcephaly, a rare birth defect. stays in the system for about a week and once it's left the body they do not believe it affects future pregnancies. still, with so many questions left unanswered, more athletes may decide the risks are too high. for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> and christine brennan said she's the first, hope solo, probably not the last. >> to rob right now. we got the latest on that massive arctic blast. >> snow all the way down into the south. check this out, excuse me, canton, georgia, seeing
a couple of inches falling. mostly sticking on the grassy surfaces. more winter weather advisories out for northern tennessee and lake-effect snow happening as that cold air pours across those relative warm wears of the great lakes. 9 degrees the temperature morning in chicago, minus 3 and look at these numbers over the weekend, actual temperatures, windchills much colder, 2 in new york city. coldest air we've seen since since '94.
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we welme you back to "gma." dodonald trump, t the b big winner last night in new hampshire and he celebrated big time with his family thanking his daughr ivanka who made seven stops. seven stops in one day at the polls. now all eyes of course on south carolina and t trump will join us in a few minutes. >> he seemed pretty happy. alaska airlines flight from boston had to be diverted to denver because of an unruly passenger. witnesses say he was drunk and made threats that everyone would die. he was removed and the plane flew on to san diego. also this morning, eye-e-popping news about gas prices. analysts predict they could drop below a dollar a gallon in the midwest thanks to falling oil pric. >> wow. >> below a a dollar? >> never seen that. >> no, not -- >> huh-uh.
also this morning, is this the worst game show fail ever, the family at the center of a major -- >> the funniest. >> "family feud" fumble. joining us live, michael, you got more on that. >> this is the patters faly, you know, "family feud" is about being gether, everybody being onhe same page. but sometimes being on the same page may not be a good thing when you're playing "family feud." you'll see that when we come back. now, over to you, george. >> look at their smiles right there. they're not the only ones smiling. donald trump is smiling. lolook at the se of his victory, almost 20 points over john kasich. i spoke with him moments ago. mr. trump, congratulations on e big victory last night. you did even better than the final polls so did that surprise you? >> well, we were getting jus great signals about every rally and many would show up. many more than we anticipated so getting a lot of signals. it's a great place, n new hampshire. i love the people and they were
>> what is the one thing you think is the key to your victory? >> well, i talk about trade and it started out with trade and military and pro-/-tect the vets. then after paris it was a whole different thing. it became security, george. people wanted security and because i'm by far the strongest on the border and i'm not just talking about the wall but the border, it morphed into the secuty of our country and, you know, the military and isis and we're going to knock the hell out of isis and that's where it all is right now butut i really did. it started off with trade and how we're losing so much to so many including china, japan, et cetera, mexico. but is very much now about that but also about the military and protection. >> the divided opposition and a
are you ready for them to come after you. >> i am ready but it's a little bit of a misnomer. as peopl drop out i'll get some of those numbers. i saw one group, not you b they added up like five oppoponents a said if you add up the results of these five people they're evenr even above mr. trump and i said to myself, wait a minute, i'm going to get some of those votes also, a lot of them so i think, you know, there's littlee bit of faulty thinking. i'd be vy happy if they'd get stay in. right now itooks like i have a quite a few in. >> who is your chiefef opponent right now. >> i think they' all good. theyey're all talented people they've been governors, senators. theyey are rig now in some cases golfers, senatorss and it's a talented lot. but i think we have a message that's reall better than their message. >> as you go forward i into the rest of the country in a bigger stage, any adjustments to your message? >> well, i guess y you hone it a little bit. people said i've become better time goes by.
m not sure, perhaps you would. perhaps you wouldn't but i think you do. you knknow, with experience, i've never been a politician before, george. i never did ts before. i've created jobs. i'll be a great job -- last night i said i'll be the greatest jobs producer that god ever created and i willll. i knknow where the jobs are and we'll bring them back from china, from mexico, from all over and, you know, that's what i do and, frankly, i've become a politician. seven months ago i became a politician but i've become very comforortable with it. i think the debat is very important. the debating is very important. i didn't realize h important, i guess, until this last debatete. >> and the next one is saturday nit. congratulations on the victory, mr. trump. see you on the trail. >> thank you very much, george. >> he's got a real head of steam. >> he does and he's right about the debates going forward. now to the latest on that royal caribbean cruise ship swepept up in hurricane-force winds making its way back to new jersey right now as the captain
the storm caught the whole crew off guard. abc's linsey davis is on the scene in bayonn new jejersey. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, to you, robin. manyeteorologists are saying there is no way that storm should have caught anyone b surprise. the captain of "anthem of the seas" has more than 20 years' experience but said he never s saw anything like it. after battling destructive 30-foot waves and hurricane-force winds, the captain of the "anthem of the seas" is speaking out defending his actions to set sail saying he didn't realize the magnitude. >> the whole thing was not bier than this and was up here and just exploded. >> reporter: in a video broadcast internally to all 4500 passengers' ste roomsms captain claus anderson who ordered everyone too stay in their rooms for eight hours during sunday's storm says he's never experienced anything like it. >> honestly, i have not see low
anything near what we actually experienced. >> reporter: joseph alrom says his action to set out to sea were appropriate. >> once you get out to sea things hpen and you have to let the wind come and survive it and ride it out. >> reporter: the ship originally headed to the bahamas is now slowlyaking its way up the east coast, royal caribbean tells abc news, weather isn't great so he's slowed down his speed to smooth it out. >> we're on the eighth floor or theighth deck and the waves felt like they were almost ashing into our room. >> reporter: charlotte litman's father asher treated her to the crui for her tenth birthday. not at all the caribbean vacation they hadad in mind t one she'll be telling her friends about for a l long tim >> i guess i'm going to say, oh, cool. it was a giant storm and we basically survived it. >> reporter: royal caribbean has
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>> this is a prepaid call from -- >> adnan syed. >> reporter: adnan syed's story has captivated millions since the 2014 launch of the podcast "serial" turning listeners into armchair detectives. it recounts a thenn 17-year-old syed's arrest and conviction for the 19 murder of his high school ex-girlfriend hae min lee. syed was sentenced to life behind bars but has always and maintained his innocence. his initial attempts to appeal the verdict unsuccessful. >> it is what it is. if someone believes me or not, i have no control over it. >> reporter:he now 34-year-old is getting another chance. this week in a post-conviction reef hearing sy's attorney argues his lawyer at the time of the conviction had been ineffective arguing she made so many mistakes that his conviction should be overturne >> to not ever contact asia mcclain, to never find out if her story helps or hurts your case, that makes no sense whatsoever. that is not a strategy.
alleged mistakes highlighted by "serial" host sara koenig failing to contact a potentially key alibi witness, asia mcclain. >> if there was nom technicality that then would prove his innocence, great, you know. >> but i think, i think asia, you might be that technicality. >> reporter: after hearing her in the podcast syed's defense team called mcclain to testify during the n hearing. mcclain maintaining she was with syed at the time prosecutors contend he killed lee. >> i was sitting in the library boreto tear ss and someone walked in that i knew. i asked him about hisis breakup with haee she was dating someone else. he justanted her to be happy. he didn't seem to be disturbed or angry with her. >> reporter: this morning, she is speaking out exclusion lively to abc news. >> the biggest thing was setting a good examp for our children,
>> reporter: but prosecutors say justice was served 16 years ago. mcclain admits she does not have all the answers. >> do i think adnanan killed hae? honestly i couldn't tell you. i hope i wasble to provide enough information to the judge for him to be able to make a rational decision. whatever that might be is in his hands. >> as for syed, after spending nearly half ace life in prisison, he is thankful for his day in court. >> reporter: the judge did not rule on the five-day hearing and no timetable on when he will but knowow that millions are waiting to see what happens and if you guys haven't listed to this podcast it is truly fascinating. i whipped through it in a few days. >> pretty gripping right there. >> absolutely. it's fascinating. thank you so much, amy. coming up next that "family feud" fumble going viral. what really happened?
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the patterson family was askeded to ge nicknames for mother and one of em couldn't stop repeatingg the same answer so let's take a look. >> cecilia, name another w people say mother. >> how about nana. >> folks, we've got two strike sheila. tell me another way people say moth. >> what about steve, nana. >> didn' you say nana. >> i did say that, steve, yes. >> stop clapping. are you trying to say it in spanish or something? >> steve. >> it'ss t same word. >> it's the same word. >> cecilia can't go changing it with infection and than thann can't be your answer. shsheila, tl me another way people say mother. >> whatbout mommy. >> you want mommy. >> not mommy. >>right.
something. y'all crazy? taking all these words that's the same and just say them different because you want to? >> what about mommy? mommy. >> y'all stop laughing at this. tell m me another way people say mother. >> okay, steve. nana. [ lalaughter ] >> [ bleep ]. >> the whole thing. he needed 20 minutes. >> hilarious. >> steve, his reactions are great and we'll have them live coming up in the second half. be. >> momly and nana. y, mommy.
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donald trump just off his huge victory speaking with george. >> we were getting just great signals with every rally and many, many people would show up. many more than we i love the people. >> reporter: and while john kasich finished in second place, he is now considered to the be top contender in what's being called the establishment lane. >> i absolutely do believe that i cannot only unify the party, but i also believe i can bring back that reagan blue collar democrat who they were for reagan. >> reporter: and this morning that fight moves on to south carolina and hillary clinton is not backing down. >> now we take this campaign to the entire country. we are going to fight for every vote in every state. >> reporter: and winning in south carolina, nevada also will be critical for hillary clinton now, this huge loss here, a very narrow win in iowa, george, not where this once presumed
be at this stage of the race, george. >> started out 50 points up. okay, cecilia, thanks very much. amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning. some of the presidential candidates are actually taking a break from the campaign today to cast a key vote in the senate. they're expected to impose new sanctions to punish north korea for its nuclear program and rocket launches. intelligence officials say north korea has now resumed efforts to produce weapons grade nuclear material. well, pope francis is stepping into the highly charged debate over u.s. immigration and arrives in mexico friday and plans to travel to the u.s. border to stand with mike grants in a symbolic move to so solidarity with those trying to cross the border. a study in brazil founds babies born with the zika virus may also have serious eye problems in addition to brain damage. here at home at least 66 zika cases are reported in 19 states as far north as pennsylvania and ohio. a health alert about
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the baffled baby couldn't figure out which one was dad. he kept saying dada. each time he thought he got it right and confusion set in. fyi dad is in the gray sweater. reed's mother also has an identical twin and tried the same trick with her and it didn't work. he knew who his mom was. >> of course, he did. >> isn't that funny? >> that is adorable. >> how well for us dads. let's go over to michael now. >> all right, thank you, george. here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." the latest on lena dunham's medical battle that millions suffer from. an torn heart-to-heart everyone should have with their parents about their health. i did it with my dad. we'll tell you how to do the same with yours. chef gail simmons is here live in times square. let's see what she's cooking up
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fall for strawberries this valentine's day... try our lindor strawberries and cream truffle from the lindt master chocolatiers. we welcome you back to "gma" and now to that big headline about "girls" star lena dunham. the actress is opening up about a health challenge she's facing that's forcing her to call off
hit show and rest. abc's deborah roberts, always great to see you. >> lena is revealing her battle against endometriosis. an often painful condition that affects millions of women and can lead to fertility issues for some. a topic many would prefer to keep to themselves but the outspoken lena dunham may change that. lena dunham is one of the busiest women in hollywood directing, writing, starring in her hit hbo hit "girls." >> i worked very, very hard to overcome the challenges of my non nontraditional body type. >> reporter: but two weeks before the season five premiere she made a surprise announcement saying she won't be able to promote it due to a chronic health problem called endometriosis writing on facebook i am currently going through a rough patch with the illness. it's time to rest. >> she didn't have to announce it but people love her because she speaks her mind and shares her truth.
media came quickly for the actress with one woman sharing her own endometriosis experience writing "i'm level 4. thank you for being so honest and open about this." another "thank you for your bravery. you could have easily kept this private". >> she doesn't just say this is what's going on with me but goes a step further. >> reporter: she first shared on her blog called the sickest girl. posting these photos after a surgery possley diagnosed her with the disease. >> she's learned a lot from that experience and now she's like saying, you know what, guy, i'm going to take some time off. when somebody says that and they're fully honest about i you can't do anything but respect their decision. >> in fact, honesty is her mantra. dunham goes on to shine light on her dark moments saying she's no longer afraid of her body but listens to it. in her classic style she opened
she couldn't leave the room to direct show. clearly determined, robin, to give a voice to others suffering in silence. >> hey, deb, thank you very much and so glad she's listening to her body. dr. jennifer ashton is here with more. we have heard about it, been around forever but don't know that much about it. >> you could arguably say this is the most painful and least discussed gyn issue affecting so many women, so we do need to explain it. i want you to take a look. you can look right there. what endometriosis is the lining of the uterus, the endomeet triial flandzs instead of coming out of the body go all over the abdominal and pelvic cavity and plant little seeds or lesions or im implants all over the body and they are hormonally responsive so as the uterus contracts every month so do those lesions and can cause excruciating pain.
it but know it can be debilitate debilitating debilitating. >> i have heard from so many friends how painful this is. how are you able to diagnose it. >> the thing is truly endometriosis has to be diagnosed surge iicallysurgically. either with a camera and taking a biopsy. you can't diagnose it with ultrasound. we can get clues with the symptoms a woman is having but important to make the diagnosis. >> deb was telling us about lena and how sometimes she was just not able to work. many consequences. >> it's a spectrum of severity. women can have endometriosis and have no symptoms or very mild symptoms and then it can progress along this spectrum and miss school or work and usually that's if it's inadequately treated. in this day and age that's really a failure of modern medicine if they need to miss things like thavenl the scarring can go on to cause fertility issues and can be associated with an increased risk of ovarian cancer which gets back
make the diagnosis. a spectrum. this can range from no treatment to hormonal, suppression so they're not hormonally responsive and do it birth control pills or injection. surgery and in some rare cases full hysterectomy, removing the ovaries so there's no more hormonal stimulation. the key is working with a gynecologist to manage these so that it doesn't really affect your lifestyle. >> again, good for lena for getting out there and discussing it. >> 100%. so important. >> thank you, jen. dr. ashton is taking your questions. you can tweetary @drjashton. february is american heart month and it's something i care about for a personal reason. my dad gene faced a health scare with his heart and we teamed up to make a video showing you how you can have a heart-to-heart with your parent about their health.
>> what's the most important talk you remember having with me? >> i was like you got to do something. you got to lose some weight. you got to take care of yourself better. >> but i cut down. >> i just saw you eating a cookie. >> you can't get quit it all. >> when you had a heart scare, though, did it make you more aware about your health overall about taking care of yourself? >> it keeps me thinking young. i don't want to go around here with great big stomach and, you know, all that kind of stuff. >> so it keeps you from the dad bod. >> yeah. what inspired you to talk to me about my heart condition? >> i know that you would do the same for me. you give me advice. >> definitely. >> and sometimes i think the hardest thing to do is to talk to your dad or your hero because you admire them. who doesn't want their father or the person who was most influential in their life to be
>> and joining me now is abc news chief medical and health director dr. richard besser. hard conversation sometimes to have with your parents because you're reversing the role and you become the caretaker. you had an issue with your father, as well. >> yeah, it was a few years ago. i got a call from my dad. he had a mild heart attack and my dad is a doctor and there were so many things that he was doing wrong and i had to have the same conversation you had with your dad. here's some changes and it's not easy to kind of reverse those roles. >> now, when it comes to heart health, what do older folk, what do they need to know. >> you know, a lot of it isn't so much from aging. it's the progression of heart disease. if you keep that in control you'll be in better shape. some things you'll see from aging, blood vessels will get thicker and stiff and your heart may get larger, you won't be able to exercise as much as you used to and that's hard for people to come to grips with.
>> yeah, as you get older you want to make sure you're checking your blood pressure and cholesterol more. more than tests make sure they're staying on track with a heart healthy diet and stopping smoking and having them understand the changes you make as you get older can still make a difference. you can be in your 70s and 80s and make changes that affect your life. >> it was tough for me. do you have any tips for someone out there that needs to have this conversation. how do you even approach this. >> yeah, first, it's not one conversation, it's a series of conversations so you want to talk early, often and progress with that. you want to approach it the way you did, with sensitivity and respect so that you're not coming in saying, mom, dad, here's things you have to do immediately. you want to include your brothers and sisters if you have them in the conversation so it's not like michael is the one that's doing this and then you want to hold off. if you start the conversation and it's not going well, punt
there are other opportunities. >> your dad is a doctor. he must have known better but couldn't face it. >> doctors are often the worst when it comes to this. when he had his heart attack, he didn't take his aspirin, he drove himself to the hospital. he did all these things and he had signals that he hadn't been paying attention to and, you know, all of us do it and we can often see it in others, in our parents, but looking to your parent who has always told you what to do for your health and i kind of need to suggest something to them you have to be sensitive. >> it can be uncomfortable for you and dad put down those cookies, okay. dr. besser is going to be taking your questions throughout the morning. thank you, doc. tweet him @drrichardbesser or go to "gma's" facebook page of now outside to rob to tell us about the weather. >> snowing a little out here. a great crowd. look at this. we got christmas and kind of valentine's day together. santa sent me to new york city from pennsylvania because we
that a caterpillar with heart antennas? >> yes. >> i love it, kenly. we want to talk about what's going on in pasadena. running in shorts and tanktos. record heat across parts of l.a. take care of your pets. serious stuff, a bit of a fire danger as well. 80s in los angeles and near 90 yesterday so probably some records falling. dry in denver and dallas.
>> her best friend trey iss here. you're fro detroit. >> right. >> just to get on tv. well done. good strategy. back in to you. >> thank you so much. rob. come on in. it is cold out there and hot in here because it's "pop news" time. we'll begin with oscar news getting ready for the big show and iff you think what the best oscar speech in our time was jennifer lawrence was one and halle berry you're seeing there, robin williams if you can remember back to 1998 and what do those kind of speeches have in common? they're more than just a list of pele to thank, right? so, great idea, academy. ththis year the academy hoping to get more of those funny heartfelt moments before having to play that infams you're out of time music which i hear in my head every day during this segment so the plan, they're offering nominees the cnce to fill out whathey're calling a scroll card that will roll at the bottom of the screen while they're doing their speech of
thank so that they can free up an talk about the emotion of the moment, the experience of making the movie. >> take the pressure off. >> take the pressure off. >> will they do that for you, lara. >> i didn't get to thank my mom, my dad. all the people who made this moment possible. get thee hook. all right. wrap it up, funny, fuy, control room. now i'm out of time. also in "pop news" this morning, van gogh once said, i'm not an adventurer by choice but by fate. did you know that he said that? >> i had no idea. >> now you do the art instute of chicago is now launching an interactive experience that allows you to live out your own artistic adventure just like the famous painter with the help of r pbn. b. i'm not looking for a sponsorshi just happens to be -- this was the news this morning. you can stay in an exact replica of his famous yellow house for $10 a night.
to celebrate the exhibition of his bedroom seriess whi runs through may 10th which i want to see. by the way,y, the actual yellow house in france, the room in this situation is in the beautiful chicago neighborhood d of north river. $10 a day. just a room. >> you don't get a bathroom. >> 10 bucks. >> hey. i was curious. >> i think that's a fair question. there is a follow-up investigation happening. don't you dare play that music, people. also in "pop news" this morning, near, far wherever you are. >> oh. >> would you go on a fully functioning replica of "the titanic"? >> no. >> a real question. it's happeningpreparing to set sasail in 2018, the updated vessel named "titanic 2" will be neaearly identical to the 1912 cruise ship with the exception of some very important modern safety modifications, thank you.
first, second and third class tickets just like the original with cabins to aommodate 2400 passengers, 900 crew and another big difference, the maiden voyage, not across the icy atlant, instead you can be king of the world in a cruise from china to dubai. >> more than 10 bucks. >> a little more than $10 but i poise the question, would you? >> i don't know. >> no. >> why not. >> no icebergs is a b plus. >> celine dion may be the on board entertainment. >> i feel like something feels a little fishy. >> i'm waiting. >> oh. >> see, they just come to me. >> they just come to you. >> not scripted. >> you proromised me a special -- >> hold my hand. >> you ask and i deliver. >> thank you. >> roll it, people. remember the walrus who rin loved so much. and encouraged so many to get out there and exercise. >> i remember this so, so well. >> we love you, walrus. robin, that one is for you.
everybody.clark interpretive center. fifty veterans ose stories and photographs made up the the sioux city journal's three- month exhibit "vietnam: service with honor" are being recognized as part of the centers hank you for your service" program. even thought the exhibit closed in january, veterans say they're still experiencing a flood of emotions.... "it was very nice of the sioux city journal to ask us veterans to tell our story. it let's us relieve alot of pressure, it let's us tell about were we wher what we did and how we got back home and what we're doing now." says vietnam veteran michael monroe of spencer. those service men were presented with photograph portraits of themselves and the book "vietnam: service with honor" lukas let's check in with for the weather. matt: good morning siouxland. we have some light snow pushing through the area from northwest to southeast. visibilities are low to the north where
what about mommy? >> mommy? >> mommy. >> not mommy. >> right. >> okay, now, let me ask y'alall something. y'all crazy? [ laughter ] >> that is the video we've been showing you. it's sve harvey and the patterson family of chesterfield, missouri, and the "family feud" clip that has everybodody talking. e whole tea is joining us right now. samuel, trisha, yolanda and cecilia. who among you is a mommy? hi, guys. raise ur hand if you are a mommy. >> hi. >> i guess we have a slight dedelay. so there should be great fun. so i want to ask you guys, what was going through your mind, sheila, when steve hvey kept
mom. >> well, what h happened was i had a moment there and i really think my nerves got the best of me. it just really got the best of . >> so, one of you guys -- >> there was a couple -- >> go ead. i'i'm sorry. >> there was a couple of questions -- answers that i already prepared, but those answers was already given so basically my nerves just got the best of me trying to come up with something else. >> that's human. we're playi alongng with you. and, sam, i knono you were next sam. did you have the right answer already? were you just waiting to get through? >> i tell you, i was thinking the wle time, i was saying, n, i hope this question doesn't come to me because i dn't have another answer. t i have thought about t
like it' never get to me anyway, but i was hoping it didn't come to me. >> so you guys have had some time to think about it. have you figured out what those final two answers are.e. >> or they can't tell us. >> maybe they will. [ laughter ] >> you will find out february 23rd. >> i have to admit, sheila, i was with you. i couldn't think as i was watching the clip. amy and i both said what about ma but i agree with you. it's not an easy question. so we -- we all felt youour pain but is there a world where you've ever actually used any of those iterations of the word mom or were you just really -- >> buying time? >> i really felt i was stressed in time. i really -- i have to put it on
>> maybe. >> and the cun culture, mammy. >> mamacita. >> patterson family, also we got a chance to hear you all sing. na na nah nah nah nah hey hey good-bye >> that was a moment for you guys. were you guys surprised at steve harvey and how much time he gave you? >> we were very surprised. actually we were so sururised we were enjoying it the same time. at the same time we werelike, oh, my god, what are you doing, steve harvey. he made it so fun and we were just having a great time so we really enjoyed it. >> really great that the audience was enjoying it as well. so we just went with the flow. >> yeah, you put on a show. you put on a show. we appreciate that. >> i know.
we love your energy. we cannot wait to find out not only the real answers but also how y'allll did. so, i believe the episode is airing "family feud" on february 23rd. correct? >> we'll be watching. >> thanks, guys. >> bye. >> thanks, patterson family. best of luck to you. >> . >> na, na, na, na. >> n over to michael. >> time for our $5 dinner challenge where celebrity chefs get $5 to create a well-balanced meal for two and thisorning food and wine magazine special project director is here to take on the challenge, celebrity chef gail simmons. come on out, gail. hello, hello, hello. how are you doing? >> i'm doing great. >> it's a tough challenge.
when you're budgeng for a family what should you do when you're going too a supermarket and budgeting? >> this is the hardesthing. whenou're thinking about w what to buy, buy in quantities of versile ingredients t that you know you can use in different ways. >> what do you have in the bag? >> my single favorite iredient in t kitchen of alltime, eggs. see what - -- >> e eggs is breakfast. what makes them a good dinner -- it. they work in so many ways. can you use them for baking, you can use them for cooking, breakfast but also are a great meal any time and using only $1.56. >> okay. >> what else you have? >> next, spinach. >> ah. calcium. i'm also only using half and can use the other@ half for salad later in the week, $1.25.
>> i'm going to make a fritata. >>cheese, everyone loves cheese. iuy cheese in a blockck instead of shredded and only using two ounces. >> what's the price of this? >> 75 cents. >> okay. now, what's the one last item you have in the egg. >> potatoes. only two of them. 50 cents. potassium p packed potatoes. >> now, final price is -- let's $4.06. okay. two for two. >> l's move over here and put it a together. >> i'mlso going to use basic pantry ems. can you grab me dried basil, dried oregano and start with a simple marinara sauce. >> this isn't cheating because people central have these. >> i'm going to use a little of
garlic with olive oil want to pour that in? >> that's just a can of p potatoe i squished up together and a some tomato paste and let that cook down, season it with salt and pepper and reduce it then you have a beautiful sauce that's going to go with my fritata and use i all week long and make pasta with it t next day. i have a job for you. >> you want me torate some cheese? i used to love doing thihiss a kid. >> it's great to do with youour kids. grating is a great job. be careful of the fingertips. >> wouldn't be a gd accident to have on live tv. >> i havav done it before, my friend, don't even joke. beating up six eggs for two pele and beat them up right here and steamed my poe tate toys and season my eggs with salt and pepper. steam my potatoes and sauteed onions. when my eggs are scrambled up i'll put them into myy sauteed
an into that i'll add a ltle spinach and then i'm going to let it sit. you don't want to touch it too much. it'll start to set. cooked down but stay fresh. i add some cheese to it. >> goes into that. >> exactly. you'll let it cook. let it set. put it in the oven, 400 degrees. comes out. >> thiss what we come out for, ready for the plate. >> put it down here. >> this is the moment. >> how do you do it? >> just like that. >> all right, there we go. you know what, gail, this is amazing. if you can get these recipes on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and mario batali is taking the $5 challenge tomorrow. gail, i'm goi to have breakfast. >> well done. >> such great ideas every day. ou made the first one. >> i made the recipe for the
loved it from ming tas achlt schlta tsai. >> now to rob. >> little snow. kind of wet. some umbrellas are out here. you're from the uk. >> yes. >> live in australia. >> here on a three-month visa and "gma" is o of your first stops. how is our audience in australia? >> good, good. >> which means in inc.english that transfers to realllly big. snow showers that will continue across parts of the east coast. but the lake effect will crank. still lakes are unfrozen, unusual for this time of year. locally over a foot i is possible then we'll wind things down. dry from denver and warm in dallas and chilly down across
our favorite whodunit returns. the last episode left us big cliffhanger. now alfred enoch who plays wes is here. he's got an exclusive sneak peek at the midseason premiere and then we'll talk to him. take a look. >> wes, no. no. >> what the hel is wrong with you? oh, my god. >> you shot her? >> i had to. >> ooh, let's give it up for alfred, plse. can't live without him. what's this here? >> trying to give myself a little air of refinement. >> you do that so well. >> i'm n sure. >> let us talk. after seeing that little clip like that i can only imagine that the table read en all the
reading your lines to know that you shohot annalise, wes? >> yeah, that's a big responsibility, isn't it? i was a little bit concerned about that. she's so great on the show. no one is going to like me anymore. better not kill her off. >> looks like you wanted to. >> i mean i understand it. the poor guy, the stuff she's put him through and she's a fficult woman. i understand his frustrations. i don't judge him. >> no, christoph, are we going to learn more about the back story. >> one of the f fun things about the second half of the season. we delve into that more andind out about the back story not just of wes but a lot of the other characters and how they've been meshed together and thehere's more than there first appears to have have been >> some are tuning in and saying he has a britishaccent. wes has a british accent. many -- we hear actors in character. yo say y you stay in accent.
i p put it. you know what, it's because i've never worked in this accent before. not in accent. neve done annamerican accent for a job. any kind of american accentnd all of a sudden this came along and thought this is so exciting but i don't want to let eveone down. people are what's with the weird accent. >> you nail it. >> that's what i do. stay with it during the whole time of shooting. >> i'm suret helps if you stay with it and has to help viola davis, first of all, the entire cast, the producers, everyonone i spectacular. i had the pleasure the first season of going outut and meeti so many people. a word you said to describe viola is powerful. >> what's it like beinground her and learning from her. >> it's fantastic. always nice as an actor when you ge to work with people who act differently and bring different things to the table and change the way a sne works and can take it in an unexpected direction and she brings so much.
it opens you up and you find things you might not have expected. which is one of the reall fun things about the job. >>ou can see the continued growth from everyone. >> well, that's great. >> being there and the other thing i love about you, you are not on social media. how can you not be on social media. >> i don't tst myself. >> no? >> i don't trust myself. i can't go outp and say things i'm thinking so everybody can see. it would be a disaster. >> when you come back from the pub. >> exactly. >> this is what i'm going to be doing when i get home and me with a twitter feed. >> nothing to do with your technology -- you're technically challenged -- >> i am technically challenged i'm not concise pson so 140 characters is -- i would be the person like tweeting, you know, an essay over like 50 tweets and everybody would be bored. >> you have so much to share. so much to stay, alfred. you are a delight. we are so excited to have you with us. thank you for that. i know you've been very busy and
for this one. if you like -- >> we aren the final stretch of our "10 dates in 10 states" cross country adventure. our producer erica scott almost home but first looking for love in new orleans. geget all the scoop on valentine's da gift giving. >> so, i'm here in new orleans and it's fat tuesday. >> so i'm closing in on the home stretch. my eighth date in eht days. >> daniel? >> erica, hi. >> i met daniel on tinder and he suggested we go to pat brien's which is right in the thick of it on bourbon street. >> this inanti- >aving a date on fat tuesday
have a local to show you how to do it right. oh, my god. yay! my ladies. knot i ruinedt. what is your idea of like an ideal valentine's day date? >> just something small. intimate i think that's probably one of ththe best canan do. >> let's throw more beads. >> in the countdown subscribers increase from christmas to valentine's day. this is your first tinder date? >> yes. >> this is my second tinder date. >> looking for a last-minute valentine. first you have to start your conversation with either lol suggests hinge orr haha. it's nice to compliment your prospective date's name and don't the conversation with sorry because 56% of the time you're less likely to get a first date. estimated americans will spend almost $20 billion on valentine's day this year.
about $150 on flowers, jewelry and cay. >> erica is fantbstic. has a lot of energy. we'reust experiencing the night. it's been a lot of fun so far. >> i don't know wt valentine's day has in store for me but bourbon street was a blast. >> all right, joining us now from bourbon street in new orleans ax producer erica scott and, erica, you just mentioned valentine's day. it's just around the corner. you have two dates left. are you feeling the pressure? sgl>> a little bit. well, right nowow i'm on bourbon stre where the cleanup is haening. the termath is pretty gross but actually there's a new survey from "usa today" that 25% of womomen expect dappointment on valentine's day so i don't think i'll be one of them. >> you've got ten guys to choose from and youe already have eight othe dates. do any stand out yet for you as
>> so, i haven't chosen any favorites quite yet. and i still -- i don't even know who my date is in connecticut but i do think going into a first date with no expectations may be even just finding a best friend is definitely what i'm taking away so far. >> soo i'm trying to concentrate. it's pretty fununny to see trash being scooped up behind you on bourbo street. >> it is after mardi gras. >> i understand your next date will be super cheesy. >> it's amazing. yes, im very excid. it is going to be a fromage romance making moarella. >> got to do a lot of cool stuff. >> truly get to see the world. follow erica's journey. >> right. >> more time than that on bourbon streetet. >> i'm trying to -- >> mardi gras in new orleans. >> i know.
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for corn and soybeawere low.... but removed those practices when prices were up, sically wiping out any conservation gains made. one of the co- authors of the study tell us that iowa spent more than 200 million dollars of tax dollars in 20-15 alone with nothing to show for it. " how many more billions can we spend, without seeing any real progress without changing the approach? and voluntary, that doesn't seem to be working, sot we think it's time for some basic standards to be adopted." the idea of mandatory regulation doesn't sit well th agricultural leaders. iowa secretary of state bill northey said the study is too narrow and doesn't consider all the other conservation practices farmers use. northey also says iowa's ag industry is much larger than most states. lukas let's check in with for the weather. ma: good morningng siouxland. we have some light snow pushinthrough the area from northwest to southeast.