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ends presidents day at sleep train. good morning, america. bitter blast. record-breaking cold this valentine's day weekend. wind chills as low as 30 below. the threat of frostbite and hypothermia. 65 million people being warned to stay inside. fighting back. hillary clinton and bernie sanders going toe to toe overnight. >> that's a promise that cannot be kept. >> clinton trying to get back on track. but sanders not giving any ground. >> madame secretary, that is a low blow. >> and donald trump goes positive, already talking re-election. >> maybe i get an extra four years. maybe i don't. >> as his opponents try to derail his surging campaign. jeb bush joins us live. her son was a mass murderer. now, 17 years later, in an abc news exclusive, dylan klebold's
mother is speaking out for the first time. >> could you have prevented what happened to columbine? >> a mother's reckoning. >> it is very hard to live with the fact that someone you loved and raised has brutally killed people in such a horrific way. >> and why she says she's talking now. and kanye west's nationwide party for his new album. the surprise guest and a new feud brewing this morning because of what he's singing about taylor swift. are they about to have more "bad blood"? and we do say good morning, america. good to have lara back from l.a. baby, it is cold outside. take a look at buffalo, where snow is piling up on the ground. it's 15 degrees. the wind chill, just 5. two days until valentine's day. it's going to get colder and colder. >> build a fire. get cozy. you guys are dressed for spring. >> we're willing it. willing it.
>> it's in your mind, and so it shall be. meanwhile, the polar plunge taking aim at a lot of the country. subzero temperatures expected from north dakota to new england. >> it's a little more than mind over matter. you can see my breath. temperatures in the teens. wind chills near zero. it will get colder through the next couple of days. the cold air filtering over the great lakes. tremendous amounts of snow. across upstate new york. over three feet in some spots here in oswego, near fulton, east of ontario and lake erie is where the snow zone is. the bitter cold will continue. especially across lake michigan. these are the wind chills we expect sunday morning. this is what it will feel like against your skin. this is dangerous stuff. if you're going out, you have to cover up everything if you can. tomorrow morning, 2 degrees the actual temperature in chicago. and, similar numbers on sunday morning. so, not only have to take care of yourself but your pets, neighbors, your pipes. any vulnerable spots in your home, you need to take care of
that. in some cases, robin and george, this will be the coldest night sunday morning in decades. back to you. >> all right there, rob. in decades. now to the race for the white house. "your voice, your vote." the democratic candidates, bernie sanders and hillary clinton, getting heated. at last night's debate. trading sharp words ahead of the next vote. cecilia vega joins us in the studio. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning to you. both sides feeling the pressure. last night, bernie sanders, to keep the momentum going. hillary clinton to tap into the momentum. it was the formula for a heated rematch. facing off for the first time since the new hampshire landslide, bernie sanders feeling confident. >> let's not insult the intelligence of the american people. people aren't dumb. >> reporter: the battle lines drawn overnight on this debate stage. from health care. >> but i think the american people deserve to know specifically how this would work.
the numbers don't add up and, many people will actually be worse off than they are right now. >> that is absolutely inaccurate. >> reporter: to ties to president obama. >> he's called him weak, a disappointment. >> madame secretary, that is a low blow. one of us ran against barack obama. i was not that candidate. >> reporter: the contest now heading into south carolina and nevada. and the race to appeal to black and latino voters at fever pitch. >> we're going to change policing practices. we're going to change incarceration practices. >> race relations would be better under a sanders presidency than they've been? >> absolutely. >> reporter: hillary clinton hoping to recover from the embarrassing defeat, trying to show her dominance. >> i'm not asking people to support me because i'm a woman. i'm asking people to support me because i think i'm the most qualified, experienced, and ready person to be the president and the commander in chief. >> reporter: offstage, hoping to
raise cash. a fund-raising letter saying i'm not kidding, maddi. i'm asking you to give one dollar right this second. spawning the hashtag i'm not kidding, maddi. meems like hillary at the mcdonald's menu. i'm not kidding. just a dollar right this second. all going viral. certainly going viral. both sides claiming victory. no surprise there. what you did see is a shift in tone from hillary clinton last night. she didn't come out swinging as she has in past debates. her goal is to paint herself as someone who can get the job done, to show sanders' policies as unrealistic. it will be a theme for the next few weeks. definitely heading into south carolina and nevada. >> thank you. we move to the republicans right now. it's all about south carolina. with most of the candidates trading blows ahead of their debate perform tomorrow, donald trump is trying a kinder, gentler approach. look at this. he even signs a baby.
jon karl is tracking it. >> reporter: good morning, jon. >> reporter: ahead of tomorrow's debate in greenville the republican race has been an all-out brawl. although donald trump says he's going to try something different. he says he's going to go positive. donald trump is so confident now, at a rally in louisiana overnight, he was already looking ahead. to his re-election campaign. >> i'm going to be there. i'm going to do a great job. hopefully, maybe i get an extra four years. maybe i don't. >> reporter: in another sign of confidence, he's pulling negative ads from the air in south carolina and going positive. >> he wants to make america great. that's what i want, too. >> reporter: the other candidates are not turning the other cheek. marco rubio rubio pulling no punches after his stumble in new hampshire. >> donald trump has zero foreign policy experience. negotiating a hotel deal in another country is not foreign policy experience. jeb bush has no foreign policy experience. period. >> reporter: presidential politics can be rough and tumble. in south carolina.
trump is accusing cruz of making robocalls. a charge cruz denies. >> somebody else is doing them, it's not us. >> reporter: check out this new ad slamming trump on eminent domain. >> a pattern of sleaze stretching back decades. worse, trump still supports eminent domain today. >> reporter: jeb bush also going after trump. we caught up with him. are you going to be able to stop donald trump here? >> i hope so. >> reporter: why does he keep hitting you? >> he must be worried. >> reporter: inside, bush went on the attack. >> do you want an entertainer in chief? someone who will say whatever he wants, to make it all about him? insult people? divide people? >> reporter: bush was fired up. back outside, he took motherly advice from a supporter. >> how tall are you? >> 6'4". >> you need to stand up straighter. >> yes, ma'am. >> reporter: jeb bush is banking on family help to help revive his campaign here in south carolina. his brother, former president
george w. bush, will head up a rally for him. on monday in charleston. the former president -- in fact the bush family remains popular among republicans here in south carolina. george. >> it sure is. let's bring in jeb bush. governor, thank you for joining us this morning. as jon just alluded to, your brother very popular in south carolina. he got his way to the nomination by defeating john mccain there in 2000. i know you hope history repeats itself. donald trump saying bringing your brother is a sign of desperation. why not call on him earlier? what do you hope he can do for you now? >> well, look, he's been supportive for a long while. this was the appropriate place for him to start his campaigning. this is the beginning of the campaign. what donald trump says about my brother has no relevance to this. he's popular because he kept us safe. people here are pro-military. pro-veterans. my brother served as commander in chief and people respect that.
and now, we're in a commander in chief primary. commander in chief election. we're living in dangerous times. i think for my brother to speak on my behalf about the skills i have to lead this country will be helpful. >> the commander in chief primaries. donald trump prepared to be commander in chief? >> he hasn't shown it. he's not shown seriousness as it relates to the threat of our time. isis, for example, he's gone from saying we don't have a dog in the fight to let isis take out assad. let russia take out isis and his latest policy i guess is bomb the profanity out of isis. that's not a serious plan. we need to lead the world to rid ourselves of a threat. it's real. he's not being serious about that. i don't think he's a serious candidate in that regard. look, he's preying on people's angst and fears. he does it in a marvelous, fantastic way. huge crowds. lots of energy. but the simple fact is as it gets to specifics on economic security and national security,
he doesn't have one. >> no candidate has been tougher on mr. trump than you have. you even said we'll be worse often than we are now if trump is elected president. how can you pledge to support him if he's the nominee if you believe that? >> i said in terms of divisiveness, we'll be worse off. we can't be worse off as it relates to the national security of this country with hillary clinton as president or on economic issues, as well. in terms of dividing our country, that's the skill set of donald trump. that's bad. and it's wrong. you can't disparage women, hispanics, the disabled. people who are war heroes and expect we'll live in a country where we have a unity of purpose. the president of the united states has to use words carefully. profanity and divisive language isn't going to help us to allow people to get a pay raise for the first time in a decade. >> meantime, other candidates swinging hard at you. marco rubio saying you have no foreign policy experience.
john kasich is saying -- that's laughable? >> yeah, absolutely it is. when you compare marco rubio's experience of going to committee hearings once in awhile. that's not foreign policy experience. look, i was the governor of the state of florida. i led the national guard. i had trade missions. i've lived overseas. i have invested overseas. i have vast experience as it relates to the world. and i'm pretty fluent on foreign policy issues. i look forward to debating marco on these issues. we share a common belief that the united states needs to be engaged in the world. to suggest he has foreign policy experience and i don't is ludicrous. >> came in fourth place in new hampshire. is south carolina a must win? >> no, no, look, we're in it for the long haul. we're on to nevada after south carolina. i'm looking forward to the ten days of hard campaigning. we're making good progress. the crowd sizes are great. people want to know. who has the steady hand? who can make the tough decisions?
who can have the back of the military? restore the devastating military cuts? who will take care of the veterans when they come home? that seems to be resonating here. i'm focused on that and not worrying about the pundits. >> governor bush, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thanks, george. we move on from politics to breaking news overnight. a terrifying attack at a restaurant in columbus, ohio. a man with a machete targeting diners before police killed the suspect. pierre thomas is in washington with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. robin. it truly was a nightmare. now the fbi is trying to figure out if it was terrorism. at 6:20 p.m., the man carrying machete burst into the nazareth restaurant launching his attack. shocking customers. >> no rhyme or reason as to who he was going after. as soon as he walked in, according to some of the witnesses, he went to the male and female just inside the door in a booth. at that point he started the
attack. >> reporter: two men ran out to call 911. while those inside took matters into their own hands. >> some of the patrons started throwing chairs at him, trying to get him out of there. one of the employees was able to grab something from behind the register and came out. >> reporter: the suspect fled the restaurant. jumping into a car. witnesses describing the vehicle to police. even taking video for evidence. police caught up with the suspect a few miles from the restaurant. the man inside allegedly lunging at them with a knife. they tasered him. as the suspect lurched forward, officers shot him dead. some witnesses say he came in a half-hour before the attack asking for the manager. four victims going to local hospitals with one in critical condition. an intensive investigation under way to determine who the suspect is and whether he was inspired by terrorists. we're going to turn to frightening moments now for passengers aboard an american airlines flight.
smoke filled the cabin. forced the plane to make an emergency landing in los angeles. david kerley has the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. emergency crews were ready. and wait until you see the scene when they got the passengers off the jetliner. this morning, passengers are recovering after their american airlines jet partially fills with smoke. and ground crews are alerted. >> we have an emergency inbound, give me about two minutes. >> reporter: the flight took off just before 10:00 in the morning. not long, smoke engulfing the cockpit. >> he was on the oxygen mask. the masks had dropped in the cabin. that made concern to us. that we probably need to deploy more resources out to lax at that time. >> reporter: with their masks on, the pilots divert to los angeles for an emergency landing. >> there should never be smoke emanating from any part of the plane. it's a pilot's worst nightmare. to have to deal with either fire or smoke in an airplane. >> reporter: those emergency crews were ready. fire trucks surrounding the aircraft.
the 125 passengers evacuated. the boarding area becoming an emergency triage with eight passengers complaining of breathing difficulty. >> a lot of pandemonium here. people are scattered. getting oxygen. a pretty, pretty scary day at l.a.x. >> reporter: where did the smoke come from? the possibility of a hydraulic leak is being investigated. american airlines saying our maintenance team is evaluating the aircraft. we apologize to our customers for the inconvenience. many passengers don't realize the air you breathe inside the cabin comes to the engines first. so if there's smoke in the engine there's a possibility it's going to end up in the cabin or cockpit as well. >> i did not know that. thank you, david. let's go to amy for today's other top stories. an arrest in the cyberattack against the cia director. >> that's right. british police arrested a teenager, they believe is behind a series of hacks aimed at national security officials. claimed to belong to a group
compromised the personal accounts of the top officials at the cia, fbi, and white house were compromised. officials have not released the suspect's name but say he is under age. it's being called a significant step toward a peace deal in syria. secretary of state john kerry and his russian counterpart agreed overnight to a temporary halt in fighting by next week. there's serious doubt whether the syrian government will go along. dozens of prison guards in georgia are in custody, busted in a sting. the undercover investigation uncovered staggering corruption involving 46 current and former officers, accused of taking bribes and smuggling drugs. as well as other contraband. it could take a week to fully extinguish this fire in new jersey. the smoke visible for miles shut down a major roadway. no injuries reported. and uber has agreed to pay $28 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over safety claims.
the suit accused uber of making false statements about driver background checks. riders will be notified if they're eligible for a refund. look at this bizarre sight at boston's fenway park. a giant ramp was installed for the winter sports event last night. athletes launching off that 140-foot jump. the 2018 olympics will be the first to include big air snowboarding. as an event. a new york man is getting more desperate as valentine's day approaches. it's not he needs a date. he needs to find his wife's clothes. take a look at the sign. he's trying to find $1,000 worth of his wife's clothing after he accidentally put the dry cleaning in a recycling bag which his son then tossed out with the trash. the sign says, please contact dead husband walking. >> he's right about that. >> i was going to say what would ali do? >> i would just write the check.
>> you're a smart man. a smart man. >> a new wardrobe for ali. >> thank you, amy. rob, we brought you in from the cold. that cold is stretching all the way to florida. >> check this out. frost in melbourne on the windshield and rear window. we're not done with the cold. we're going to increase it. winter storm warnings for parts of north carolina. one to three inches and up to a foot through parts of maine with the next clipper coming through. your weekend getaway brought you to by macy's.
>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. we have fog this morning. cooler highs this afternoon. and tomorrow afternoon. warmer on sunday and monday and tuesday and records are possible and the next storm wednesday will bring us wet weather and cooler conditions. mid-to-upper 60s along the coast, and the bay shore, and upper 60s to low 70s inland. my seven-day forecast shows tuesday, low-to-upper 70s and our storm coming in on wednesday, it will be light at .25" to .5". >> 50 degrees in denver. 88 in phoenix. that sounds toasty. with the valentine's day chill, i'm getting interesting comments on the twitter feed. >> i saw that, too. >> nine months from now, you never know what's going to happen. >> interesting. >> it is cold outside. coming up here on "gma," thank you, rob. her son a mass murderer. now, for the first time, the mother of one of the columbine killers opens up to diane sawyer. >> part of the shock of this was
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welcome back to "gma." and look at buffalo, new york, right now. a big blast of snow right now. dangerous cold temperature. we all know it will be a very cold valentine's day weekend for 65 million people. ready? >> not really. but -- what choice do we have? >> a good opportunity for the fire. >> exactly right. also right now, six republican candidates ready to make tomorrow night their first face-off. after trump's big win in new hampshire, john kasich's surprising second place finish. and the department of homeland security trying to fight the zika virus. they may point people to the cdc. as the world health organization announces vac sooens are more than a year away. could there be more bad blood for kanye west and taylor swift? the superstars making headlines again. what kanye is saying about taylor in a new song getting
quite a lot of backlash. >> her brother weighing in. >> and kanye made a big splash last night, so did lamar odom. surprise return from him. to robin and a special guest. now to an abc news exclusive with the mother of one of the columbine killers. 17 years ago, dylan klebold and his friend, eric harris, killed 13 people. and now she's speaking out and sharing her story with our diane who sat down with her for her first ever tv interview airing tonight in a "20/20" special. >> 17 years ago? >> 17 years. >> for some, just like yesterday. >> we have got to try to learn something. got to try to learn something both for our own lives and our own children but also to protect against the next school shooting. >> mm-hmm. and so we're going to see how it's still very raw for her to
step forward and speak out. >> thinking all the time about all of the families, as we did. we reached out to the families beforehand. we're going to reach out to them afterwards. she says not a day goes by that she doesn't think of what happened and that -- what they're living with every day. >> i just remember sitting there, and reading about them. all these kids. and the teacher. and i keep thinking, constantly thought, how i would feel if it were the other way around and one of their children had shot mine? i would feel exactly the way they did. i know i would. i know i would. >> so she says she went back over her life with a magnifying glass to look for anything she missed. the questions she didn't ask.
the things she made assumptions about that she shouldn't have. but it was 17 years ago, before columbine. she was trying to come up with clues for everybody at home. >> does she feel she missed signs with her son? >> big ones. big ones. a progression of things. she goes back along the path. some will relate to all families. we'll be asking ourselves, is adolescent behavior just adolescent behavior? or is it something else? the other thing that happens with her. she's trapped in a contradiction. and the little boy and all she believed she could be and the murderer he became. and she's still a mother thinking about that little boy and what might have been different. >> there is never a day that goes by where i don't think of
the people that dylan harmed. and i -- >> you use the word harmed. >> i think it's easier for me to say harmed than killed. it's still hard for me after all this time. >> is that about a certain need to deny what happened or -- >> i don't know. perhaps. perhaps. um -- it is very hard to live with the fact that someone you loved and raised has brutally killed people in such a horrific way. i think we like to believe that our love and our understanding is protective. and that if anything were wrong with my kids, i would know. but i didn't know. and -- it's very hard to live with that. >> she says she now knows her mistake. not considering that an adolescent phase can signal something else. >> i felt that i was a good mom. that he could talk to me about
anything. part of the shock of this was that learning that what i believed and how i lived and how i parented was -- um -- an invention in my own mind. that it was a completely different world that he was living in. >> it seems like she blames herself in part. >> that's right. we have experts on the show. a lot of people coming on. because we calculated there are about 77 or 79 thwarted shootings. thwarted plots since columbine. we wanted to know everything we could about who thwarted them. how did they thwart them? that's part of what you're going to see tonight. how we can prevent this. >> i know you so well and one of the main reasons why you wanted to sit down with her is because of the lessons learned. it's not just going over what happened. but the signs. and so parents that are watching tonight can perhaps --
>> yes, you know that i spent a lot of time with children and violence and gun safety. all of these issues. but if there is something we can learn to prevent, we have got to try to learn it. >> always a pleasure to see you here, diane. >> good to see you. >> tune in to "silence broken, a mother's reckoning." a diane sawyer special edition of "20/20" tonight. >> it just hit three parents here pretty hard. that is really something. coming up next, "gma investigates." the motor oil that could damage your car. what our cameras found that may surprise you and what you should look out for. may surprise you and what you should look out for. intimidating. doing something simple... meant enduring a lot of pain. if ra is changing your view of everyday things orencia may help. orencia works differently by targeting a source
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the api, the organization that sets petroleum industry standards, calls this oil obsolete, meaning it's considered out of date. >> i don't think any consumer who saw this product next to other oils on the shelf would have an idea that this was an obsolete oil. >> unless you're driving an old delorean, we don't know why they would market that oil. >> reporter: this other oil has the same warning on the back. one clerk says she doesn't know a lot about cars but thinks it's just like the name brand oils. >> the only thing is is that that's more cheaper than the brand. >> reporter: actually, that's not true. the name brands next to it are meant for modern cars. these are not. and this oil, sae 30, our expert says is meant for some small engines, like lawn mowers. here it is on the auto shelf. it's warning? not suitable for engines built after 1930.
tom glenn worries someone who picks it up by mistake could damage their car. >> call it a compressor oil. something else. so it's not so confusing to consumers. >> reporter: there are 16 lawsuits against dollar general. claiming dg is misleading consumers by selling obsolete oils on the same shelves as oils meant for newer cars without giving warning. joe wood says he never thought to read the back of the bottle. and that his engine died after he used the oil. >> i didn't think anything different than any of the brands. >> the regular consumer doesn't know that the oils can damage the cars. >> reporter: it's not just dollar general selling obsolete oils. we go undercover to other stores in new york and new jersey. to see if they sell them. out of eight other retailers, half were selling oils that glenn considered obsolete. as for dollar general, they say they meet standards for quality
and value and labeling requirements. the labeling contains unambiguous language. regarding the product's appropriate use. the company takes issue with the term obsolete. saying these oils can be used in the millions of cars on the road built before 1988. when you're buying oil, you have to make sure you get the right kind of oil. find that in the owner's manual. we have a graphic to show you what a bottle should look like. look for the name and look for that starburst symbol on the bottle. that means it's a current bottle. look for more details on our website. good morning america.com on yahoo. it's not just the oil you buy. make sure that what your mechanic is using is the good oil. >> good point. coming up, the big surprise and a new feud at kanye west's huge event at the garden. come on back. kanye west's huge event at the garden. come on back.
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reena ninan has more. >> reporter: kanye's megalistening party to promote his fashion line and new album started out as a star-studded family affair. the first glimpse of yeezy's brother-in-law, lamar odom, out for the first time since his near drug overdose. khloe kardashian by his side including caitlyn jenner. one person not impressed with the proceedings. taylor swift, who took issue with the lyrics in one of west's new songs, entitled "famous" where he admits he may have a future with swift. ending the line with ♪ i made that [ bleep ] famous >> reporter: fans wondering -- >> yo, taylor. i'm really happy for you. i'm going to let you finish. but beyonce had one of the best videos of all time. >> reporter: -- can't leave her alone.
her spokesman said, kanye did not call for approval but asked her to release his single on her twitter account. she declined and cautioned him about releasing a song. with such a strong message. and even one of taylor's bestie's tweeted that just because she was there doesn't mean she agrees with the lyrics. kanye seemed unphased. he announces his next life goal, creative director. >> how is he going to have time to run for president? >> good news for george. his collection is now discounted. what are you wearing super tuesday? >> i'll have to take a look. >> taylor's brother stepped in. said doing a little spring cleaning and showed him throwing out kanye's -- >> how could he send to it her? that's ridiculous. >> i agree. the swimsuit models breaking barriers. coming up. e send to it her? the swim suit models breaking barriers.
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it is 7:56. good morning, i'm reggie aqui. we're going to start with a quick look at your friday forecast. hi, mike. >> let's check out the fog from the east bay hills camera. not going to be around a couple more hours but looks impressive, doesn't it. specific numbers for cities. through the coast and shoreline and lower 60s and 70s inland. warm for valentine's day but rain returns on wednesday. the bay bridge disappears. metering lighting and the traffic is stacked up beyond the mcarthur maze from golden gate field. here is your traffic slow spots with the orange and the north bay being fog for your drive. >> that fog has changed over the last 30 minutes. a stunning model in a bikini
♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. new overnight, lamar odom, his first public appearance since his near brush with death. kanye west right by his side. as they shake up the fashion world with an unprecedented event. a major mashup of music and fashion that had people tuning in. insider details on how kanye pulled off the blockbuster event. flawless and fabulous. the models breaking barriers in the biggest swimsuit magazine of the year. redefining what it means to be body proud and flaunting a bikini. this morning, all three ground-breaking models are here live. why they say they've never felt better. ♪ i've never been in love before ♪ and it's almost valentine's day. this morning, our huge "10 dates in 10 states" finale. from hawaii to new york.
the smartest advice from across the country to help you find love. and you'll see who is getting a second date, live. ♪ bang bang into the room all that and chris harrison here with a sneak peek at the biggest "bachelor" reunion ever, as we say -- >> good morning, america. we love you, too. good morning, everyone. happy friday. look at chris harrison right there. handing out roses. ahead of valentine's day. right here in times square. he has a big new project coming up. can't wait to talk about that. >> sharing a little love. getting ready for valentine's. also this morning, we just told you about kanye's huge night. and the moment that has taylor swift fans in an uproar. the evening made a lot of other headlines. including and it was wonderful to see lamar odom making his first public appearance since his recovery, looking so good. we'll have more from the big event coming up.
and the three ladies shattering stereotypes in the modeling world are here. there they are. how they're changing the face of "sports illustrated's" swimsuit edition. >> there's ashley. all three of them. this is a big deal. >> this is. that's all coming up. let's go to amy with the morning rundown. >> the big story this morning, the democrats facing off in debate number six. hillary clinton took on bernie sanders for the first time last night since her bruising defeat in new hampshire. she called his policies on health care and college tuition unrealistic. sanders criticized clinton's ties to wall street. they both tried to appeal to minority voters and to women. >> i have spent my entire adult life working toward making sure that women are empowered to make their own choices. even if that choice is not to vote for me. >> we're fighting for every vote that we can get.
from women from men, straight, gay, african-americans, latinos, asian-americans. >> the candidates sparred over president obama's legacy. on the republican side, candidates are gunning for front-runner donald trump in south carolina. he's pulled his negative ad against ted cruz saying he'll stay positive. and jeb bush is bringing in his brother, former president george w. bush, to campaign for him. the fbi is investigating whether terrorism was behind a horrifying machete attack. a man burst into a restaurant in columbus, ohio, popular with middle easterners. started stabbing diners injuring four people. he was later shot by police. pope francis is on the way to cuba where he'll make history. he's meeting with the head of the russian orthodox church. hoping to heal a thousand-year rift between their branches of christianity. he then heads to mexico. he already has his sombrero. former olympic champion
picabo street is claiming self-defense. in a violent incident with her father. street says she's not interested in any plea deal. clayton sandell has the details. >> reporter: she's used to fighting for first place on the slopes. this morning, downhill darling picabo street is preparing for a fight in court, charged with assault and domestic violence. accused of throwing her 76-year-old father down the stairs of her utah home and locking him in a basement. >> my father just started attacking me in my own house in front of my children. >> reporter: the former olympian claiming self-defense. overnight, her lawyer telling abc news she takes care of both her elderly parents. and that her father becomes combative. at times. >> he got his hands on me and i put him down the stairs. >> so did he fall down the stairs? >> reporter: police say street admits she pushed her father after he pulled her hair in a fight after he accidentally bumped his car into her house. >> he attacked. oh, my god are you kidding me? he scratched me on my face. >> reporter: prosecutors say the
44-year-old mother of three was the primary aggressor. during the december disturbance. her attorney says she's a loving and caring mother, adding that she deserves our respect and admiration for taking care of her elderly parents even when it's not been easy to do so. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> our thanks to clayton for that. people are searching for valentine's gifts and romantic ideas online. but this one has me scratching my head a little bit. look at this map on google trends. showing what people are searching for more than anywhere else. south carolina is searching for matching outfits. they're trying to keep warm in washington state. apparently the most googled search for a valentine's gift, bearskin rugs. >> really? >> in mississippi, romantic mix tapes. what is it, the 1980s? >> hey, i'm from mississippi. easy, easy. >> when is the last time you made a mix tape, robin? >> are we allowed to ask followups? >> massachusetts is looking for
cooking classes. >> i think it was idaho or montana. move out west again. adam and eve not romantic? >> yeah, not biblical. >> yeah, what was that about. >> i don't know. there's a lot of head-scratchers. montana was searching for lobster tails. >> i'm sticking with the mix tapes. when you made somebody a mix tape, that was love, baby. that was love. >> oh, yes, it was. >> it was. thank you, amy. to lara with a look ahead. >> thank you, robin. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." lamar odom back in action. kanye west rocking the fashion world. all the details from the huge event last night. our big "10 dates in 10 states" finale. one of these guys is getting a big date. which one will it be? and speaking of dates, get over here. chris harrison is here from "the bachelor." thank you so much. man number two, please come in. chef michael symon is here. >> i got five bucks. >> and then, man number three, come on in. tim tebow is also with us live.
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kanye west. the big splash he made last night. unprecedented event at fashion week. was packed with celebrities. also his brother-in-law, lamar odom was there, first time out since being hospitalized for a drug overdose. t.j. holmes is here with that. >> reporter: we talked about how much was going on last night. it's hard to stand out in a room that includes -- kanye, caitlyn, kris, kendall, kylie, khloe, kourtney, and kim. lamar, the fact he was even alive. you have to remember guys, lamar odom was knocking on heaven's door a few months ago. >> if you like all the songs, feel free to dance. >> reporter: in front of a packed madison square garden, kanye west debuted his new album. "the life of pablo." ♪ and simultaneously unveiled his yeezy season 3 collection. in front of a star-studded crowd.
one of the loudest cheers of the night went to lamar odom. his first public appearance since his brush with death last october in a nevada brothel. >> lamar odom walked out with kanye. nobody expected or heard that he was going to show up. so, that was kind of a big deal. >> reporter: on thursday, odom was bobbing his head to kanye's music alongside khloe kardashian. the pair flew the new york together on a private jet, renewing rumors of a reunion for the separated couple. for the pair, along with the rest of the kardashian clan in attendance, focused on supporting kanye. caitlyn posted this. khloe posted this with the whole crew. kourtney's snapshot with lamar right in the middle. ♪ hey, you heard about the good news ♪ >> reporter: fans across the world got watch this mashup of hip hop and fashion. the show streamed live to 700 movie theaters in other countries. shelling out $25 to hear kanye's new music. over 15 million people joined the party at home using tidal's streaming service.
and see supermodel icons like naomi campbell and veronica webb show off the notoriously self-assured star's latest looks. other models, motionlessly displaying the new collection. >> to have a genuinely happy person, such as kanye west, emceeing the whole thing, and having thousands of his fans, some of whom had flown from across the country, it lent an energy that somehow filled up msg, which is not an easy thing to do. i have never felt anything like that before. >> reporter: in terms of lamar, at least, good to see him out. we remember how bad off he was. this is a big sign even that he's able to fly across the country is a big deal. we saw this was a big fashion show. you saw the models standing there. the kanye models. looks simple enough. all you gotta do is stand there. but there was a list of rules for how to just stand there. 38 rules to follow. now, i need a model right here. one of you. i need a model. stand up. >> you have three over there. >> all right. i need a model. this is what you have to do.
no smiling, no eye contact. no fast movements, no slow movements. show pride, alternate between attention and ease. no sexy posing. do not act cool. behave as if no one is in the room. that's just a few of them. okay. >> i just lost the job. >> wow. >> you might have failed the audition. these are 38 things they had to to just a matter of standing there. >> that's what he wants. >> i gotta study. >> you look mighty dapper. i like that look on you. >> i didn't shave this morning. >> you should be modeling. >> it was a rough night last night, robin. >> always good to have you here, t.j. >> good to see you. now another unprecedented event. "sports illustrated" changing the game. with this year's swimsuit issue. breaking barriers when it comes to body type and age. we're speaking with the women at the center of it in just a moment. first, linsey davis has the details. ♪ >> reporter: flirty.
flawless. and 56. nicola griffin is making headlines this morning. the middle-aged beauty working with plus-sized swimsuit retailer swimsuits for all. this ad flaunting the glimmering gold bikini. the spread soon to be released in "sports illustrated" coveted swimsuit edition. >> this is a big step for "sports illustrated." because we all have a certain understanding of what the swimsuit issue looks like. it's changing the face of the look in a positive direction. >> how do you swim sexy? >> reporter: plus-sized model ashley graham got her start that way in last year's issue. this year, she's crossing over to the editorial side. on instagram, "sports illustrated" announcing her as one of the rookies of the year. to be featured in the actual issue. >> when i first found out i was going to be in "sports illustrated," i was just so shocked. >> reporter: also breaking barriers, precious lee. an african-american plus-sized model set to be featured in lane bryant's ad in this magazine as part of their "this body
campaign." aiming to dispel negative body stereotypes. >> i know what it means for so many women that are so underrepresented. it's pretty special. >> inclusivity matters. representation matters. and we can't get away with pretending like it doesn't anymore. >> reporter: these three women splashing stereotypes perhaps once and for all. >> what's your body made for? mm! >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> i love that. what's your body made for, mm! joining us now, the three fabulous women. ashley graham, precious lee, nicola griffin. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. it's about time. bout time. >> isn't it? >> it is, ash. let's start with you. i'm 55. you're 56. you're proving you do not lose sex appeal as we mature, right? >> certainly not. no. >> what was it like to be a part of it? >> it's amazing. i'm so proud to be part of swimsuits for all. it's fantastic. i'm very, very proud. >> you started at 53.
tell us about this. empty nest syndrome? >> the children left home the same time i got a job to do my shampoo advert. and then, i got really busy. and the children had gone off to university. it all came together really well. >> and your accent is sexy, too. >> thank you, thank you. >> got the whole package. the whole package. ash. >> hey. >> you brought it again. you're all over that. >> uh, uh, uh. yeah. >> if she could just come out of her shell a little bit. i love what you posted. i do follow you on instagram. love everything. but the swimsuit issue, the photo session, that was great. that had to be a moment for you. >> it was. it's incredible. i'm still so speechless about it all. the craziness hasn't begun yet. we're about to get into the cover reveal on tnt and what's going on next? i'm so excited to be amongst so many great names and faces. >> and you're excited about the lane bryant ad. >> yes, this body. >> this body. you're very passionate about this.
>> so much. this is my third ad with them. honestly, this body is showing women that they're capable to do anything they want no matter their size, their age, their race. i think it's an amazing campaign that, again, lane bryant has come and set their foot in and said, wee are here. >> this body is made for. how do you complete that sentence, precious? >> this body is made for proving them wrong. making history. this body is made for loving every inch. >> hey. >> this body is made for a lot of things. >> yeah, starting a revolution. >> yes, absolutely. >> and, what if somebody is tuning in? have you always been comfortable? and if somebody is tuning in and they don't feel the same way? that you all do? >> i was fortunate enough to be raised in a nourishing environment. where i have always had this innate sense of self-awareness and confidence. like, cant in my household was like saying a curse word. i have built on that through the years.
i get that question all the time. what do you tell someone that isn't as confident? it's something that's consistent. it takes practice. every single day. just as you can go from being insecure to confident, you can go from confident to insecure. it's something that you have to work on and build on every day. i would say first, stop the defeated talk. it's something that you -- just things that you cannot do. you can't say it out loud. and you can't say those defeated things. reversing it. making sure your work on it every day. no magic pill. >> you always have power. >> when all people pick up "s.i." next week, you know -- >> and they see us, hello? >> you're beautiful. you're beautiful. you have been so outspoken, ashley. >> i have had to. nobody has been listening to us. i've been doing this for 15 years. and finally, "sports illustrated" has come out. lane bryant. swimsuits for all. brands saying, we're going to be the pioneers.
the ones that say it doesn't matter what size you are. it doesn't matter if you have cellulite. doesn't matter if things jiggle. it's still beautiful. >> it is. ashley, wonderful to see you. precious, good to meet you. nicola, yeah, girl. right here. >> thank you, thank you. >> yes! you can see all of these beautiful women in the lane bryant and swimsuits for all. the issue hits news stands next week. let's go outside to rob. hey, robin. the roses that chris handed out earlier, they're doing well in the chilly weather. kelly, you turned 18 on tuesday. are you ready to be a "bachelorette"? >> oh, yeah. >> what do you say about that, mom? >> uh, no, she's not ready. >> good call. it's chilly. wind chill advisories from minnesota to maine. temperatures sunday morning going to feel like 20, 25 below zero. dangerous stuff if you're going to head out, cover up. look at the rebound, 14 on sunday to 48 on tuesday in boston with rain. that's a quick check of the nati
>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. we have fog this morning. cooler highs this afternoon. and tomorrow afternoon. warmer on sunday and monday and tuesday and records are possible and the next storm wednesday will bring us wet weather and cooler conditions. mid-to-upper 60s along the coast, and the bay shore, and upper 60s to low 70s inland. my seven-day forecast shows tuesday, low-to-upper 70s and our storm coming in on wednesday, it will be light at .25" to .5". >> i think these roses are frozen solid. a big contingent from all sorts of places in georgia. lara, back inside to you. >> thank you so much, rob. get in here, it's cold out there. and, baby we were born to run to the bookstore. literary news from the boss. bruce springsteen set to publish his autobiography. turns out he's not been dancing in the dark. he's been writing privately. penning his life story for the past seven years.
he first picked up the pen in 2009 after his performance at the super bowl. the tell-all will bring glory days to fans according to jonathan carp, the publisher of simon & schuster. who says -- this is the book we were hoping for. readers will see their own lives in bruce springsteen's extraordinary story just as we recognize ourselves in his music. "born to run" on sale september 27th. angie, stage manager, i know what i'm getting you for your birthday. >> i know. >> happy. >> you want an advanced copy? bruce, that is your number one fan. >> how many times have you seen him? approximately? 60? oh! >> 60 times angie has seen him. hopefully, bruce is dedicating the book to angie. valentine's day, as you may have noticed, is closing in. time to start practicing the romantic lines to woo your sweetheart. we're here to help. with some of the most romantic lines ever from movies, literature, and tv.
channel your inner hugh grant from "sense and sensibility." >> 9:00, 8:00 central. 9:00, 8:00 central. >> always will be. yours. >> i didn't know that 9:00, 8:00 central. >> do me a favor, george, don't say to ali, 9:00, 8:00 central. that will not do it, people. turns out that that line that you didn't hear, austen didn't write it. it was actually by emma thompson. she won an oscar for it, like i might for this performance. the second most romantic line. >> 8:00, 7:00 central. >> how would you feel if your honey said, 8:00, 7:00 central? or looked into your eyes and said this -- >> i'm scared of everything. i'm scared of what i saw. i'm scared of what i did. of who i am. and most of all, i'm scared of walking out of this room and
never feeling the rest of my whole life the way i feel when i'm with you. >> oh! >> nobody puts baby in the corner! >> my personal favorite was number five. 6:00. 5:00 central. no, it was from "notting hill." julia roberts telling hugh grant shot she's quote, just a girl standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her. >> that's ali's favorite. >> that's a good one. >> what are you going say to ali sunday? >> 5:00, 4:00 central. >> how about winter's coming, let's get under the covers. >> oh, yeah. >> baby, it's cold outside. >> "game of thrones." i'm back from a whirlwind trip to shondaland. wonderful to be with the cast and crew of "scandal" on their set in l.a. if you watched yesterday morning, you remember a clip that we showed from last night's winter premier. i asked kerry washington what was she hiding behind that door in the clip that you're not seeing. but listen up. you have something.
either it's man or a something. >> mm-hmm. 9:00, 8:00 central. 9:00, 8:00 central. >> really? that's how it's going to be? so what was behind the door in last night's new, explosive episode? listen. if you don't want to know, turn it down right now. girl was getting it on with jake! it is back on with those two. but the president doesn't seem like he's having any issues with that. that was one of the major secrets in last night's big episode. aired at 9:00, 8:00 central. episode. aired at 9:00, 8:00 central.
good morning. i'm abc 7 news morning anchor natasha zouves. let's get right to sky hd. over the half moon bay where the contest is under way. as mike nicco predicted, we do have clouds on there. but some of the best surfers are competing as we speak. this is so dangerous that you could not watch this contest in person. we're streaming all of the finals action at abc7news.com at 1:30. you could watch it live on our abc 7 news app. how is it going, sue? >> it is fine. we have a couple of hot spots. good morning. welcome to friday. a road closure in santa cruz. and the purple is showing the slow traffic. there is a detour in place for paving work. northbound 85 at fremont, an
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app and abc7news.com. join me, mike, sue and reggie mond morning from 4:30 to >> all: hello, america. >> we heard about your "10 dates in 10 states" and we salute you. >> there's lots of great dating advice in our new movie, "how to be single." rule number one, guys buy the drinks. >> most importantly, have fun. and be yourself. >> good luck and have a blast. >> hi. >> a special message from the cast of "how to be single" for our producer erica scott. she's back after her cross-country "10 dates in 10 states" adventure. this morning, she's revealing who is getting a second date on valentine's day. and coming up, dakota johnson. more with her as well. first, lara and chef michael symon for the $5 dinner challenge. >> we're giving celebrity chefs $5 to make dinner for two.
today is the finale. yesterday, was mario batali's turn. today, michael symon, get on out here. hi, my friend. >> how are you? >> i'm wonderful. show us what is in the brown bag. >> i have ground beef. about a -- $2.50 worth of ground beef. >> and that's enough for two people. >> for two people, no problem. >> and, anything else? >> anything else? i have buns. we're only going to use two of the buns, so this is going to be $1 per person for two buns. you want a nice, soft roll. >> so far, well under the mark. >> i like to win. >> i believe we're making sloppy joes. if i guess correctly, right? >> no, i'm going to surprise you. the last thing is provolone cheese. we're going to use a couple of slices. it comes in at $1.32. >> on the board we add it up. where is it? there it is.
total is -- $4.82 for a meal. you have the cheese in there. so you're making -- sloppy joes? >> we are making -- this is called a loose meat sandwich. popular in iowa. also called a tavern burger or a tavern sandwich. i know it scares you. it's a sloppy joe without tomato. we're going to add a little bit of stock. >> like a hamburger not compact. >> it's hamburger not compacted, yes. absolutely. >> you're allowed to go into the pantry and add a couple of ingredients. >> can i send you? paprika and mustard. i have oil. >> this is taking sloppy joes/hamburgers to a new level. >> a new level. we put in ground beef with a pinch of salt and onion and pepper. we let this kind of brown up. and that's, you know, step number one. you can see it over there. >> this looks like you're going to make a bolognese or something.
>> this is a midwestern kind of thing. it was made because it was inexpensive. and if you're looking to stretch the money even more, what you can do with this, if turkey is cheaper, you could do it. or extend it with grains, like brown rice, quinoa. >> you're adding the cheese right into the skillet? >> yes. you're almost making like a fondue in the skillet. that brings it together. as opposed to the tomato sauce. >> so it's not so loose. >> so it's not so loose, yeah. we want the keep it together, you know what i'm saying? >> so what was the sauce? >> a little bit of beef stock. a little bit of cheese. you stir it vigorously. melt it almost like a fondue. and that just kind of brings the whole thing together. >> how is it? is it really good? >> yeah. >> whatever the softest roll you can find. you could save money. i like a potato roll. sometimes they're more expensive.
you could use two slices of bread. that's great, too. >> and you know what else is very reasonable? pickles. >> they give a little bit of pop. a little bit of acidity. don't lose your bun. >> i mean, between the loose meat and the buns, it's a situation. >> it is valentine's day weekend. we're going to put a little bit of mustard on there and you're good to go. >> total cost for your, what's the other term, the tavern burger. let's go with that. do you talk about this on your new show? >> yes. on "burgers, brew, and 'que." we go all over the country. we find the best burgers, bash cow and beer we could find. if we would go to iowa we would grab a sandwich like this for the burger. it's on every friday night at food network, 10:30 eastern, 9:30 central. i get to eat and drink my favorite three food groups. >> you might as well be doing something that you love. like making these tavern burgers.
this was a great deal. under $5. we have completed the mission. all five of our incredible chefs have done it. you can get our $5 challenge recipes at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. they were all really, really good. watch this guy, and our winner, mario on "the chew" 1:00 p.m. eastern, not 9:00, 8:00 central. right here on abc. back out to rob. let's go for the valentine forecast. remember, these valentine towns across the country. the balloons as well. valentine, nebraska, 47. loveland, colorado, 52. heart lake, pennsylvania, 7. show me the romance in missouri. that's a quick check on the
>> this weather report is brought to you by voya financial. we're joined now by our friend tim tebow. welcome, tim. >> thank you so much. >> a night to shine. an unforgettable prom night experience for people with special needs. it's sponsored by your foundation. the tim tebow foundation. just hearing about this is phenomenal. started out with just under 50 churches last year. now you have 200 across 48 states. you have red carpet, paparazzi for this, making these kids feel special. what was your inspiration? >> when i was 15. i was at a school in a remote village in the philippines. a boy from the village was shunned from the event because his feet were on backwards. we want to fight for people that can't fight for themselves. this event is all about that. people with special needs. giving them a voice. celebrating them. loving them. letting them know that their lives matter and giving them the time of their life. and they are special. >> you kicked it off last night
in haiti. >> it was so much fun. it was awesome. it was special to see the haitians gather together to celebrate the kids with special needs. the amazing thing is that so many people in haiti, they believe that if you have special needs, you're cursed. we're changing the narrative. that they're not cursed. they're special. they should be loved. they should be celebrated. they have the time of their life last night. it was so special. >> oh, there's robin. robin, as you know. >> you are a special man. i know how passionate you are about this. you travel around the world, coming in from haiti as you did last night. just had to come over and say thank you. you live your truth. >> your first prom was just last year. because he was home-schooled. >> it was awesome. the best nights of my life. >> do we have pictures? i can't imagine you were an awkward kid like we were. that's terrific. we appreciate it. night to shine. a second year.
>> late nights. traveling in. >> it was, 4:00 in the morning. get in from haiti. >> you're a good man. nice to see you. to lara. >> thank you, rob. any plans for valentine's day? >> sitting in front of the fire. >> we have a perfect come-day. a fancy way of saying comedy. dakota johnson stars as a single woman with a lot to learn. i got to talk to her about the movie. the dating struggles. she tries to strike up a conversation. >> hey, what's up, y'all? i don't know why i said y'all. you all would have taken just as much time. i'm not even from the south. i'm from portland. which is southern from canada. are y'all canadian? i just did it again. i said it again. oh, my god, okay, bye. >> we have all been there. watching that, i was like, stop talking. >> that's like me, every day. >> can you relate to that?
awkward? not knowing what to say? >> a lot of the time. yes. >> i find that hard to believe. >> really? >> yeah. >> i guess, see, it's happening right now. >> that's all right. among friends. among friends. i love the movie. i liked it because the title sort of "how to be single" i was assuming romantic comedy. it was more than that. what is the message? >> i think it's about taking the time to just be yourself. and especially for young women to figure out who you are and what you like and go and do whatever you want all the time. >> there is a lot of scenes that i think women will relate to. on a very personal level. so many scenes that are so funny. how you was it working with rebel wilson? >> she is great. she's ridiculous. >> is she improvising? >> yeah. >> a lot of it was like, you look, oh, my god.
>> there was a lot of improvising. she she would go on runs and rants. i would just be like giggling crying off camera. >> a great date movie. be prepared to laugh and giggle. >> really, i'm proud of it. >> and "how to be single" hits theaters today. coming up, speaking of dates, our big "10 dates in 10 states" finale. someone is getting a second date. we'll find out who, next.
♪ if you like and it's the finale now for our "10 dates in 10 states" adventure. abc producer erica scott back to reveal her choice. there are the ten guys. there are the ten dates. let's look back at what she's learned about dating today. ♪ >> this has been an awesome but exhausting series of first dates. in just ten days, i've taken 11 flights, been in the air for 31 hours. and almost covered 12,000 miles. you look like a fish out of water. it started in new york. ice skating with josh. show us -- ah. >> i'm glad i did it. maybe fell a couple of times. but it was part of the fun.
>> i'm here to meet erica. yeah. ♪ >> then hawaii for snorkeling and paddle-boarding with doug. date number three, was on the santa monica pier in l.a. for old school fun with ashton. hey, are you cash? how's it going? off to the nevada desert for dune buggy riding with cash. the warm weather didn't last long. adventures by disney hosted tom and i for dog-sledding in jackson hole. you to do any water supports? along the way i talked to experts in the field of dating. like the ceos of tinder and bumble. next stop, colorado, i met up with john to cheer on the denver broncos in the super bowl. >> that was great meeting erica. had great time watching the game today.
>> hi, nice to meet you. then i two-stepped in austin with amir. >> i haven't two-stepped since middle school. >> oh, my god! yeah! celebrated mardi gras in new orleans with daniel! >> just experienced the night. it's been a lot of fun. >> things got cheesy this chicago with marcus. hi, marcus. how are you? >> welcome home. >> we made, you guessed it, homemade cheese. so i'm on my very last date at a favorite spot of mine, frank pepe's pizza. let's go find my date. hi, how's it going? and finally, almost home, i stopped in connecticut for a traditional pizza date with mike. >> i'm more of a pen and paper guy. i want to meet you in person. but this is my first blind date.
>> nice is the recipe for love. >> and this crazy journey coming to a close. last stop, home. i'm home! >> come on out, erica scott. she's back here in new york. >> welcome home, erica. >> hi, guys. how are you? >> still smiling. you're so game all the way. looked like you had a lot of fun with all those guys. what did you leave on the cutting room floor? there must have been awkward moments. >> of course. i was awkward. they were all great. austin, the monday after super bowl sunday. 8:00. not many people on the dance floor. amir was such a gentleman. he was like we can do it. i was completely mortified. we made it happen. >> yes, you did. you looked good. >> thanks. editing did things great. >> you mastered digital dating. friends and family setting you up. what advice would you give? >> if you're single, find somebody, there's no reason you shouldn't be doing both. put yourself out. cast a wide net.
you're just looking for one person. it really gave me a perspective that there are a lot of nice guys. >> let's see who is the one person getting the second date on valentine's day in new york city. the suspense. whop is it? >> i think i have a new best friend with tom from wyoming. i'm going to fly him in. my mutual friend heather with him, we're looking to hang out. >> i see a big smile, tom. what are you thinking? >> how you doing? >> but thanks to all the other guys. i feel badly. >> he's shaking his head. >> and connecticut checked out. he's like, i'm out of here. >> oh, my gosh. >> i'm gone. >> so -- what was -- >> there he is. there's mike. >> mike is back. what was your first impression of erica, tom? >> just upbeat personality. had a great time with her. just kept it light, kept it fun. it was a great time. >> wonderful. well, for all. >> now they all disappeared.
>> it's going to be a long-distance connection here. and that's something that's very common. we see the high statistics about the number of couples who try to make it work long distance. >> it's difficult. i've had one. i don't recommend it. but, it's fun. >> okay. all right. you did really well. >> thank you. thank you for tagging along with me. it was a lot of fun. >> we have someone who knows even more than you when it comes to finding that one, chris harrison. come on out here, chris! you have been here with us this morning. >> oh, there he is. >> there you are. >> nice to see you again. >> thank you. >> here's the thing. doug lives in hawaii. geographically desirable. but apparently, we have chose tom. i thought i was the 11th date in the 11th state. >> no, you're out. sorry, pal.
>> they all went well. they were all great guys. >> what set him apart? >> well, i think the fact that he and i had a best friend that was a mutual connection. i automatically felt comfortable. and i think we, you know, we had spent so much time dog-sledding. you really get to talk. it was a lot of fun. >> what would you like to do on your second date? are should this go? >> i don't know. >> i like chris. >> i guess anything else that's a fun activity. i'm not a sit around the fireside person. >> keep it simple. but a little adventure. >> yeah. >> you're good at this. >> there's a reason. 20 years of "the bachelor" we want to thank adventure by disney arranging the dog sledding and paddle boarding. go to adventures by disney.com. coming up, more with that guy, chris harrison. talking "bachelor," 20 years.
back now with chris harrison. we have a sneak spepeek of a special he's doing. "the bachelor 20" a celebration of love. this is a sampling. >> how far along. you seem pregnant? >> we're about seven months. >> that was the summer. >> i'm 29 weeks. >> not too long after paradise. this happened fast. >> yeah, this happened real fast. >> oh. >> okay, so i'm doing the math in my head. weren't we in mexico doing paradise about then? >> apparently, she was this paradise. >> it was in paradise or on the plane home. >> oh, no, chris. this is a sampling of the shockers, 20 seasons. >> that is the metsz that has been my life for 15 years, right there. >> can you believe it? >> no. an amazing run. an amazing celebration you'll see sunday night, valentine's
day night. >> does everybody come back? >> everybody is back. this big, happy, dysfunctional family. it all culminates in a wedding. i officiate. >> are there more shocking moments? >> she's not the only one that's pregnant. i think everybody at the wedding is pregnant. >> something is working on the show. this sounds like a perfect way to spend your valentine's day. chris harrison, we love having you. >> why do they put us together on television. >> i love you so much. the show is great. 20 seasons. we thank you. >> it's an honor to be around for 15 years. >> hurry. >> sunday, valentine's
good morning. i'm abc 7 news morning anchor natasha zouves. let's get a quick check of your friday forecast. >> high surf advisory for all of us not in mavericks. until 8:00. i'm been watching the feed. phenomenal. you should try it. upper 60s to low 70s. mid 60 as long the coast of san francisco. rain on wednesday, sue. >> let's take a look at our maps out there. we still have a couple of problem areas. first we go to oakland. actually we'll go to the santa cruz mountains. northbound 85 at fremont -- that is sunnyvale. a new accident in oakland. westbound 580. natasha. >> thank you, sue. it is now time for live with kelly and michael and we'll be back for abc 7 midday. our reporting continues now on
our news app and abc7news.com. join me, mike, sue and reggie week michael: it's friday, february 12, 2016, and it is a very special day around here as you can tell from the set. today marks 15 years of kelly ripa hosting "live." [applause] yes. [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] now, she's backstage and she has no idea. she has no idea we decorated the set. she has no idea we're dressed up in our finest. and she has no idea that we have a lot of big stars and a lot of surprises in store for her today. so hit the music. we're celebrating kelly's sweet 15 anniversary special. , kelly ing out the host ripa! [cheers and applause] ♪