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toast. i'm not wearing those. sorry. i agree with you. you're a person of class good morning, america. breaking news from that high stakes summit with north korea, no deal. the president walks away from that nuclear summit. talks collapsing early this morning. >> sometimes you have to walk, and this was just one of those times. >> the two leaving with no agreement. the fallout right now. all this as the president fires back this morning at his former attorney and fixer, michael cohen, over that explosive testimony. >> he is a racist, he is a con man, and he is a cheat. >> the president calls cohen's testimony shameful. democrats call for more investigations, and what are prosecutors still pursuing about trump? under water. record rain causing major floodi oviyarddr
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the desperate rescues, and now new concerns about another storm moving in. the never-before-seen video, the confession on this tape. what this teen admitted about his friend who was killed for her inheritance. major warning for parents. that tiktok app so many kids and celebrities are using now faces a massive fine and crackdown. how they may have compromised the privacy of millions of young children. ♪ to the surface where it can't hurt us ♪ and lady gaga going deep on that steamy "shallow" performance. what she just revealed overnight about her and bradley cooper. ♪ in the shallow and good morning, america. we want to get right to that breaking news. just hours ago, president trump pulls the plug on his summit with kim jong-un. no deal on north korea's nukes so the president cut the summit short.
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there you see him leaving vietnam early this morning after the talks collapsed. >> but the president not leaving before weighing in, of course, on that other history-making moment, his former lawyer and fixer, michael cohen's testimony on capitol hill. the president blasting cohen but sharing kind words about kim jong-un. >> this even though they could not reach an agreement. our chief white house correspondent jonathan karl is there in hanoi with the latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the headline here, no deal. the president continues to call kim jong-un a friend. but he told reporters just a short while ago sometimes you have to walk. there were handshakes and smiles but the summit came to an abrupt end without any agreement, not even a joint statement. >> i think actually it was a very productive two days, but sometimes you have to walk and this was just one of those times. >> reporter: there was a fundamental disagreement. kim jong-un wants the crushing sanctions on his country lifted before dismantling his nuclear program.
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>> basically they wanted the sanctions lifted in their entirety, and we couldn't do that. they were willing to denuke a large portion of the areas that we wanted but we couldn't give up all of the sanctions for that. >> reporter: no agreement, but the president continued to talk warmly of the north korean dictator. >> we spent pretty much all day with kim jong-un, who is -- he's quite a guy and quite a character and i think our relationship is very strong. >> reporter: if kim is quite a ruler of perhaps the most repressive regimes on the planet, one blamed for the death of american college student otto warmbier, who spent more than two years in a north korean prison and died shortly after he was released with brain damage and in a coma in 2017. >> i don't believe that he would have allowed that to happen. he felt very badly. he knew the case very well but he knew it later.
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you know, you got a lot of people. big country. a lot of people. and in those prisons and those camps you have a lot people and some really bad things happened to otto. some really, really bad things, but he tells me, he tells me that he didn't know about it and i will take him at his word. >> reporter: earlier kim, for the first time, took questions from the western press responding through a translator. >> chairman kim, are you ready to denuclearize? >> translator: if i'm not willing to do that, i won't be here right now. >> good answer. wow. that might be the best answer you've ever heard. >> reporter: the questions kept coming. a member of the north korean delegation motioned for the press to leave and kim seemed uncomfortable to be put on the spot. >> chairman kim, are you ready to allow the united states to have an office in pyongyang? are you ready for that step? >> translator: is it better to leave -- let the -- >> yeah, i think we will. i think we will. that's actually an interesting question. i would like to actually hear that answer because it's not a bad idea.
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>> translator: well, i think that is something which is welcome-able. >> reporter: the president said he still hopes to strike a deal with kim jong-un that rid north korea of its nuclear weapons, but there is not even a date for another summit meeting. in fact, the president was asked if he had committed to meeting again with kim jong-un, and he said, no, no such commitment. at least not now. robin. >> all right, jon, thanks very much. >> stand by there, jon. i want to bring in martha raddatz as well also in hanoi with you and, martha, of course, a lot of disappointment there was no deal struck on the nuclear weapons but there has to be some relief among the president's team that he didn't make too many concessions to get a win. >> reporter: exactly, george. there were concerns that president trump wanted to deal so badly that he may have backed off some of the u.s. demands that clearly did not happen, but at the same time this abrupt ending today showed just how far apart the u.s. and north korea
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are in their understanding of what happened at the first summit in june. the administration then saying kim was willing to denuclearize before sanctions relief. now we know that kim either saw the deal differently or has now changed the conditions for the deal. >> in fact, the president said then that the nuclear threat from north korea was over. jon, it seems like this personal relationship with the president -- between the president and kim is kind of evolving, still warm in some ways but pushing in others. >> reporter: yeah, extraordinary moment we saw. first of all, kim jong-un, as far as we know, has never taken a question from the western press, at least not before today. he was asked a question about opening a -- several questions but one of them was about opening a u.s. office in north korea. he clearly didn't want to answer it. the north korean minders were starting to push the press out and the president said, wait, i'd like to hear the answer to this. really an interesting moment.
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perhaps some unfamiliarity, the president liking to put kim jong-un on the spot. >> martha, the terror of the kim regime so well known, so well documented, but the president still not willing to push there. >> reporter: he really isn't, and a year ago, of course, he was talking a lot about how terrible kim jong-un is and the regime there. now, he just avoids those questions, although that answer to the otto warmbier question was just truly remarkable, george. >> martha raddatz, jon karl, thanks very much. >> yeah, he called the prison camps rough places. i don't think that's going to go over well with a lot of people. but one historic moment playing out while another was under way on capitol hill. it was a remarkable split screen that president trump says he found time to watch while there in vietnam and what he heard, his former lawyer and fixer speaking directly to him and painting a bruof life inside the trump orbit, calling the president a racist, crimes. our senior congressional correspondent mary bruce is
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right there for it all. and mary, the president is now firing back at cohen but he also praised him for one thing, for saying there was no collusion with russia. >> reporter: yes, cecilia, the president says cohen did get that right and cohen did say that he has seen no evidence of collusion but he also added that he has his suspicions. and you're right, there's no question, this testimony was brutal. the president's former fixer leveling one searing accusation after another and suggesting that there is even more still to come. overnight, michael cohen cheered on at his hotel after his blistering takedown of the president. while half a world away in vietnam, trump was watching too. our jon karl pressing the president. >> he called you a liar, a con man, a racist. what's your response to michael cohen? >> i wasn't able to watch too much because i've been a little bit busy. >> reporter: he called cohen's testimony shameful and fake but says cohen backed him up on one key sticking point. >> he didn't lie about one thing, he said no collusion with the russian hoax and i said i
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wonder why he didn't just lie about that too like he did about everything else. >> reporter: in seven hours of testimony, cohen who was once trusted to keep the president's secrets, pulled back the curtain. >> he is a racist. he is a con man. and he is a cheat. >> reporter: accusing the president of criminal activity while in office, cohen said trump directed him to make those hush money payments to porn star stormy daniels. the president initially denied those payments but cohen brought documentation, a check he says shows trump repaid him for the money. >> you don't have to take my word for it. i don't want you to. i want you to look at the documents. >> reporter: and he said trump told him to lie about the whole thing. >> what did the president ask or suggest that you say about the payments or reimbursements? >> he wasn't knowledgeable about the reimbursements and he wasn't knowledgeable of my actions. >> he asked you to say that? >> yes, ma'am. >> reporter: another allegation -- >> wikileaks, i love wikileaks. >> reporter: cohen claim trump knew ahead of time that
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wikileaks was going to release hacked dnc e-mails that were damaging to hillary clinton. and he said trump wanted him to lie to congress about a trump tower project in moscow, a deal cohen now admits was negotiated with russia well into the campaign. cohen says it was all typical in the world of donald trump. >> how many times did mr. trump ask you to threaten an individual or entity on his behalf? >> quite a few times. >> 50 times? >> more. >> 100 times? >> more. >> 200 times? >> more. >> 500 times? >> probably. >> reporter: republicans came out swinging against cohen who's pleaded guilty to lying to congress before. >> michael cohen, fraudster, cheat, convicted felon and in two months a federal inmate. >> liar, liar, pants on fire. no one should ever listen to cen noted that they were not quick to defend the president's actions. >> i just find it interesting, sir, that between yourself and your colleagues that not one question so far since i'm here has been asked about president
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trump. >> reporter: and he hinted that there are more potentially even bigger bombshells still to come. >> is there any other wrongdoing or illegal act that you are aware of regarding donald trump that we haven't yet discussed today? >> yes, and, again, those are part of the investigation that is currently being looked at by the southern district of new york. >> reporter: and cohen will be back here on the hill again this morning. this time testifying behind closed doors with the house intelligence committee and that chairman says they are going to question him on a range of things digging deep into these various allegations and questioning him about the possibility of collusion with russia. george. >> okay, mary bruce, thanks very much. let's bring in our legal team now. senior correspondent pierre thomas, and dan abrams, and pierre, let me begin with you. mary ended with really the biggest news of the hearing yesterday, that notion that michael cohen is still cooperating with the southern district of new york. they're still hard at work. >> reporter: good morning,
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george. cohen said since he's been sentenced to prison, he's been in, quote, constant communication with the federal prosecutors in new york. cohen said prosecutors had questions regarding whether trump or a surrogate contacted him after the fbi raided his properties and there are possibly other questions surrounding his inauguration and the trump organization. one person who may be key in answering some of these questions, his chief financial officer, allen weisselberg, who's been a cooperating witness. cohen raised his name repeatedly yesterday as someone who could provide those answers, george. >> and raised other trump organization executives as well, and, dan, in some ways this has to be the biggest concern for the trump team, reaching into the trump organization by prosecutors? >> absolutely, and it's which prosecutors that are doing it as well. if this was the special counsel, some people would be saying, well, you know, they're going to be done pretty soon. they have a limited mandate. the southern district of new york isn't going anywhere and they don't have a limited mandate, so, if they're looking into this sort of issue with the cooperation of michael cohen, that is definitely something the president needs to be worried about.
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>> also, yesterday, michael cohen had some supportive statements for president trump which in some ways bolstered his credibility but also helped the president. >> right, as a legal matter, saying he didn't know of any collusion with the russians. he said he maybe suspected it but didn't know of any. on the campaign finance issue he said one of the reasons the president was concerned about the check that was being written to stormy daniels was he didn't want melania to find out. not a crime to pay someone off to protect from your wife finding out. only a crime if it's to influence the election. now, he did say it was both to influence the election and to protect him from melania but the more ambiguity the better. and then finally he said that he wasn't directed by the president to lie to congress. >> doing his bidding but not directed. >> right, he said there was a code that was understood but, again, as a legal matter, code is much harder to prosecute than would be if he claimed that there was some sort of directive. >> but one clear thing, this is not over in congress. big thing the democrats did yesterday was lay the groundwork for more investigations. >> that's right.
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they're going to have to be very careful, though, because as the federal investigation moves forward in the southern district of new york, congress doesn't want to step on that and that's the last thing the prosecutors would want. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. robin. >> we're going to move on now from politics to that record rain out west. more mandatory evacuations overnight as rivers flood forcing thousands from their homes. chief national correspondent matt gutman is in northern california with the latest. good morning, matt. >> reporter: robin, good morning. parts of nearly two dozen towns look like this this morning and the sheriff here said the town of guerneville is officially an island. the only way in or out is by boat and officials believe up to 4,000 homes and structures are submerged. this morning, thousands remain stranded as record rain triggered the worst flooding in decades along the russian river. >> i have never seen the river this high. >> reporter: from the air you can see that sea of brown swallowing homes, cars bobbing helplessly. >> the water keeps coming up. we may or may not have lost everything.
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>> reporter: overnight, parts cresting over 45 feet, 13 feet above flood stage, the most flooding this area has seen since 1995. from where i'm walking normally you wouldn't even be able to see the russian river. it's only about 20 feet wide but right now it's 2,000 feet wide. first responders making dozens of rescues. carrying residents and their pets to safety. >> we had plenty of supplies in the house but once our water went out we felt like it was time to leave. >> reporter: people using paddle boards and rowboats to navigate the flooded streets. this fuel tanker barreling through, those waves knocking around that abandoned car. this morning, more than two dozens along the river's edge remain under mandatory evacuation orders. >> just a mess everywhere. >> reporter: now, we've seen water subside this morning. we're told folks in stranded will remain stranded and another
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storm is forecast for this weekend. >> all right, matt. that's right, the worst is not over out west. as a new storm moves in, some areas are getting major snow. ginger tracking it all for us. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, robin. interstate 80 closed for more than a day in some places right at the california/nevada state line and they finally got it re-opened. they've been working 24/7 and look at this, donner summit, california, an area with seven feet of snow in three days. that is a peak of a roof in case you didn't get that out there. just to give you an idea what's happening, today is dry. tomorrow is not. a new winter storm watch is up not just in the sierra but up into the rockies because of this storm that comes in really tomorrow afternoon and early evening. could see several feet of snow, cecilia, in the monterey bay area a couple of inches of rain. >> you're going to be busy, my friend. thank you. now to new video showing that amazon cargo plane nose-diving seconds before its fatal crash. authorities are still searching for those critical black boxes. our senior transportation correspondent david kerley has the very latest and, david, this new video could offer inveorsom. >> reporter: it will, indeed,
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and it is our first look, cecilia, at some of the final seconds of that flight of the amazon 767 cargo jet. take a look. you can see this big wide-body jet nose down going very fast as it kills all three disintegrating into a bay. take another look. the video caught by a school security camera. the jet was at just 6,000 feet when this sudden steep high-speed dive starts, ending up in the bay. now, there's another piece of video from a county jail camera. all this is helpful to investigators but really it is about the black boxes. they are believed to be in the mud of that marsh of trinity bay and, robin, once we find those boxes, a lot of clues about why this 767 fell out of the sky. >> people want to know. all right, david, thank you. now to a new job for the dog that stole the nation's heart. sully, president george h.w. bush's former service dog, was sworn into the navy at walter reed medical center on wednesday. his job will be to help comfort wounded vets. something he'll certainly be good at. he was seen as a symbol of
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comfort. remember this photo, comforting, guarding president bush's coffin. sully was at his side, the former president's side, the last six months of his life. >> comforting just to look at him. >> it is comforting. there is a new alert about the popular app tiktok that so many kids and celebrities use. did it expose young children's personal information, even their locations, coming up. also this morning, never before seen video from that murder case where a teen was killed for her inheritance. that's all coming up. but first back to ginger. >> it's my job. i have to show you these numbers. monday morning, the windchill feeling like 32 below in north dakota, 33 below in minneapolis, and eventually gets east but it only feels like 2 below in detroit. you're welcome.
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deal. the president saying, quote, sometimes you just have to walk attorney and fixer, michael cohen, is facing a third and final day of testimony on capitol hill after calling the president a cheat and a con man on wednesday. this time, he will meet behind closed doors with the house intelligence committee. maybe you're wondering why #onelastdance is trending. well z, take a look at this. boom. an unbelievable buzzer beater by dwyane wade who is retiring this season. he had a three-pointer leading the miami heat to victory over my steph curry and the warriors. it's amazing, the reaction. after the win wade said he told steph curry, quote, i needed this one on my way out. and you know what, he deserves it. >> yes, good moment. >> good to see the joy on that one. now parents, pay attention to this story. an extremely popular video app called now called
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tiktok has agreed to pay millions in fines for illegally collecting person ago information from children and t.j. holmes has that story. >> reporter: good morning to you, george, and the headline, yes, one of them is that record fine for this app. the headline for parents is that the fine is for possibly collecting your child's personal information and then making it public including your child's location. now, the app says they corrected the problem this morning but, parents, this does not mean you can now rest easy. one of the hottest video apps in the world. ♪ that boasts users like camilla cabello and selena gomez, now hit with one of the largest fines ever for illegally collecting and exposing young kids' personal information. ♪ welcome to my house >> reporter: now known as tiktok is accused of violating users' privacy. the app lets users create and share their own karaoke-style videos and was downloaded more than 200 millions times with superstars like ariana grande, jason derulo and justin bieber jumping on the bandwagon.
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♪ never let me down >> reporter: but it's wildly popular mainly among kids. the federal trade commission handed app operators a record fine of $5.7 million, claiming the app violated the children's online privacy protection act. kids under 13 provided their names, e-mail addresses and profile pictures without their parents' consent. the ftc saying in a statement this record penalty should be a reminder to all online services and websites that target children, we will not tolerate companies that flagrantly ignore the law. so, how have they corrected the problem? they do ask for age verification. you're supposed to be 13 to use it. they have now said they will take down all videos made by kids before that were under the age of 13. here's the -- go ahead, robin. >> age verification. all you have to do is say that you're -- >> you cannot correct and verify that part. instagram, facebook, all have age limits. kids certainly use those.
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so, what are you supposed to do? you're supposed to be a good parent. you cannot depend on the ftc or some app. you have to be engaged in what your child is doing on that phone because all a kid has to lie and they'll get right on it. i downloaded it today, put in a fake age, i went right through, no problem. so, parents, this is on you. they're doing what they're supposed to do elie but this is a parenting issue. >> that lie so easy on the apps. put it right in -- >> this has been a public service announcement. >> thank you, t.j. moving on now to that never-before-seen video revealing new details about the murder of sarah stern, the new jersey teen killed by a friend for her inheritance. that friend was convicted on tuesday and now, in this new video, another young man shows what happened after the murder. amy is here with more. good morning, amy. >> good morning, cecilia. this is all so chilling. the second man, preston taylor, was stern's junior prom date. he admitted to robbing her and helping the killer, liam mcatasney, cover up that murder. in this new video obtained by abc news, he describes his role
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in the grisly crime. this morning, never-before-seen video revealing new details about the murder of 19-year-old high school student sarah stern. >> the two of us hopped the fence right here again and we made our way up to the house. >> reporter: preston taylor pleading guilty to helping liam mcatasney dispose of stern's body. >> i carried her over here. >> reporter: the then-19-year-old seen here with investigators reenacting the grisly events of that evening. >> these are the bushes that you placed sarah in? >> uh-huh, right under these bushes here. we pulled her out and he picked her up to start dragging her. i grabbed her legs and we got her over to the fence. >> reporter: taylor claiming the murder was motivated by greed as the two were after sarah's safe which they believed was stuffed with cash. >> liam dragged her over to the
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car and sat her in the passenger seat while i was putting the safe in my car. >> okay, and did you see him dragging her? >> yeah. >> okay, if somebody were driving down the road and looking into that car, what would they see? >> they would have seen liam driving a car and sarah, assuming that she was asleep, asleep in the passenger seat. >> reporter: taylor saying he was in his own vehicle. >> okay, and you traveled to which bridge? >> the 35 bridge to belmar going southbound. >> reporter: that bridge is where taylor told authorities he and mcatasney threw stern's body into the water below. when questioned hours after the murder, prosecutors saying mcatasney lied to investigators about what he knew. >> do you know why we're standing here talking to you? do you have any idea where sarah is? >> i just know she's been trying to get away. she's been telling me she's moving to canada. >> reporter: those claims refuted after mcatasney caught on a hidden camera admitting to the crime. >> and it took me a half an hour
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to kill her. >> reporter: taylor pleaded guilty to robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery among other charges. he's expected to be sentenced in july. mcatasney was convicted of first degree murder and now faces life in prison without the possibility of parole. his sentencing is happening in just a few, months, in may. >> those tapes are so chilling. >> they're hard to watch, but it's important for people to see what people are capable of and certainly there was justice at least for sarah in this case for her family. >> and you sat down with her father? >> i did and justice was important but he lives with this. he said he relives this every day of his life. >> i'm sure he does. >> thank you, amy. you'll have much more in a two-hour edition of "20/20" tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. eastern. switching gears, coming up, what lady gaga is now revealing about that "shallow" performance and bradley cooper. switching gears, coming up what lady gaga is now revealing about that "shallow" performance and bradley cooper. ♪ i'm off the deep end y. the only fda-approved 3-in-1 copd treatment. ♪ trelegy. the power of 1-2-3
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bradley cooper's on-screen chemistry and on "kimmel" she put the gossip to rest. their eyes met and the internet nearly exploded. as bradley cooper and lady gaga sang their hearts out on stage at the oscars. ♪ in the shallow as cooper's girlfriend watched from the audience. millions around the world online searching for whether lady gaga and bradley cooper's on-screen romance had become true reality, asking were the two dating, posting images like these on social media, pizza is the only thing i've ever looked at with this much passion. and the oscar for convincing me they're having a real-life affair goes to -- >> lady gaga! >> reporter: but overnight, lady gaga speaking out about that performance for the first time, telling jimmy kimmel all the gossip is nonsense. >> caused this big controversy because it was such an emotional -- you had such a connection with bradley that instantly -- and i guess this is
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a compliment -- people started saying, like, oh, they must be in love. >> yes, okay, first of all like, like social media, quite frankly, is the toilet of the internet. >> yes, it is. >> it's just like -- and what it has done to pop culture is like abysmal and, yes, people saw love and guess what, that's what we wanted you to see. i've had my arms wrapped around tony bennett for three years touring the world. when you're singing love songs that's what you want people to feel. >> are you having an affair with tony bennett? be honest. [ applause ] >> no. no. i'm an artist. and i guess we did a good job and fooled ya. >> really, really good job and jimmy and lady gaga poking fun at the whole situation with their faces nestled close to each other to prove that performers really do know how to make it look like the real
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thing. so much love. i mean, come on. irina shayk's, bradley cooper's girlfriend and mom of his baby, who is almost 2 years old now, was the first to hug both of them after they came off the stage. >> they were sitting next to each other during the whole show. >> we were happy for bradley cooper and lady gaga and happy for everybody. we just all love love, okay. >> way to edit there, adrienne. >> perfect. coming up, paula is right here and she will show us ways to help us sleep better. >> daylight saving time next weekend, which means we're about to lose an hour of rest, everybody. could the key to sleep be on your phone? stick around. it's next. i can't see anything now. everybody. could the key to sleep be on your phone? stick around. it's next. i can't see anything now. wonderful. sensitivity, strengthens teeth... it kills germs through my whole mouth.. i like your confidence. thanks mr. lee! now there's no such thing as too close.
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♪ breaking news here on "gma." prince harry here in times square. >> he looks just like prince harry. >> he doesn't know what we're saying. it's all good. >> royal wave. royal wave. >> they get it. >> but we are going to move on now with our -- paula, are you ready to do this? >> no. i have to compose myself. >> take it away. our series "real smart." you're going to tell us how to get better sleep. >> prince harry will need sleep. he has a baby coming. take a listen. okay, so the cdc recommends that we all get seven hours of sleep every night. raise your hand if you want to get better sleep and you want to get more sleep. i dream -- all the hands up.
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okay, so, i'm going to show you a couple of apps that are top rated apps that are free. the first one to start with is calm. i love this app. it is so versatile, but they have these bedtime stories, okay. if you have a hard time going to sleep or your child has a hard time going to sleep they have bedtime stories, so let's take a listen to matthew mcconaughey. >> well, hello there. i'm matthew mcconaughey and tonight i'll be reading the special sleep story called "wonder." >> no. >> before we begin -- >> you can legitimately say you're going to sleep with matthew mcconaughey, okay. but what i love about this, this isn't just a bedtime story. these are based on cognitive behavioral therapy. it will lull you to sleep. you're already getting sleepy. >> i can see that, yeah. >> okay, so, not only does it have these bedtime stories, it also has meditation, offers meditation, guided and nonguided. i know you all love meditation and you can choose between those, but this is cool too. breathing exercises. breathe in. hold. and breathe out.
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we're getting our zen on this morning, aren't they? and meditation has been proven to help you sleep better. you know the benefits. and our very good friend and colleague dan harris has a great app, 10% happier, if you download that. one thing that's important you wake up at the right time. all right? where that's where -- >> not 3:15? >> no, you got to wake up at the right time. i know that's early and brings us to sleep cycle. george, what time do you wake up? >> 2:30. >> what? george wakes up at 2:30. okay, so, george, i'm going to go -- i don't know what just happened to this app but, okay, what you want to do is you're going to set it. you go to -- you want to wake up at 2:30. that's what it will do. it gives you a 30-minute increment and wakes you up during that light sleep so, george, you might wake up at 2:17 but that is going to be more beneficial to your body than waking up at 2:30. what you do is you take the phone and put it face down on the nightstand and the microphone in the phone will
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listen to your breathing and it will track your movement and it'll help you get a better night sleep. how about that? are you guys lulled to sleep? >> i don't know. i don't know that i want an app recording me sleeping. >> it's just recording the microphone. >> she made me think, my daughter -- she says she listens to my audio book at night because it's so boring it puts her to sleep. >> whatever works. >> whatever works for you. thank you, paula. >> happy sleeping. >> appreciate that very much. coming up, could your personality affect your dog? the brand-new research that is out this morning. come on back. come on back. i'm a dancer. i live in new york city. casting directors will send me a video of choreography and say, "if you can be here in a couple hours, the job is yours." and then, i need my phone to work while i'm on the subway or streaming the video they sent me while i learn the choreography as best i can. the key is to hold the bar up top and not the pole, so that you have full range of motion. it's a little kooky. there for you when it matters most. unlimited on the best network now comes with apple music on us.
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thursday morning. robin, you always call it thankful thursday. thank you to mark for coming in and being our prince harry stand-in. you were a very good sport. >> you said you got that a lot especially around the wedding time. >> yeah, definitely. all the time. >> got a royal wave for us. >> even the texture of the hair. thank you very much. we appreciate that. we also say thankful thursday because we are excited to have india.arie. she's going to be performing live. very special artist. we co-wrote that song. we collaborated on that song, the "gma" theme song. >> play it every morning. >> yes, royalties, thank you. and she wrote an original song that all goes to charity and wrote something for my podcast. she is incredibly talented and she's hereo ac history month. she has brand-new music out and the song is called "what if." you have to really listen to the lyrics, and that's going to be in our last half-hour. >> excited to hear that. also ahead tory has big
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character and i think our relationship is very strong. >> reporter: if kim is quite a guy, he is also the absolute ruler of perhaps the most repressive regime on the plane,. one blamed for the death of american college student otto warmbier, who spent more than two years in a north korean prison and died shortly after he was released with brain damage and in a coma in 2017. >> you know, you got a lot of people. big country, a lot of people. and in those prisons and those camp, you have a lot of people and some really bad things happened to otto. some really, really bad things. but he tells me, he tells me that he didn't know about it and i will take him at his word. >> reporter: the president said he still hopes to strike a deal with kim jong-un that would rid north korea of its nuclear weapons, but at this point, he hasn't even agreed to hold another meeting. robin. >> all right, jon, thank you so much. wishing him safe travels back home. >> those talks collapsed right after michael cohen's blistering
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testimony on capitol hill implicating the president of possible crimes. the president fired right back. want to go back to our senior kong constitutional correspondent mary bruce for the latest. good morning, mary. >> reporter: even while he was in vietnam the president was keeping a close eye on the drama on the hill and this morning he's blasting michael cohen saying his former fixer's testimony was shameful and fake. but trump says there is one thing he liked when cohen said that he has seen no direct evidence of collusion, though, he did add that he has his suspicions. there's no question, though, this searing testimony was brutal. cohen leveling one accusation after another. but it might be what cohen did not say in his testimony here that is the most damaging, cohen said he could not discuss his most recent communications with the president because of an ongoing investigation by the southern district of new york and when asked if he knows of any additional illegal activity or wrongdoing by the president, cohen said, yes, but, again, that the southern district of new york is looking into it. so cohen clearly still cooperating with those prosecutors and suggesting that there might be possibly even
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bigger bombshells still to come. and, george, cohen will be back on the hill short think testifying behind closed doors this time. lawmakers still have plenty of questions. >> several hours ahead. mary, thanks very much. coming up, weight watchers in trouble. is the popular keto diet the reason why? new research about how your personality can affect your dogs. plus, "captain marvel" star annette bening is here live. and can you say free shipping? tory johnson has amazing "deals & steals." everything is half off or more. an amazing audience upstairs. we'll be right back. back. on. like if i become allergic to yellow? sure. or my turtle hates it? okay. what if i become a professional power walker? seems like a strange reason to return a car, but you can. what if the glove box doesn't fit my gloves? well you could try that before you buy it. what if the car and i just don't get along? whatever the reason, carmax will give you a full refund. that is good to know because reggie is very opinionated. i'm sure he is.
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back to "gma," and this audience is feeling it on thursday morning. [ cheers and applause ] right back at you. happy friday eve. tomorrow, "modern family's" sarah hyland will be here to talk about the show and her health. that's tomorrow. now it's time with "pop news" and adrienne bankert. >> thank you so much, robin. good morning. we begin with movie news from "bohemian rhapsody" to bond villain, hot off his oscar win for his portrayal of freddie mercury rami malek is reportedly being tapped to play the next bond villain. >> oooh. >> he is in final negotiations to play opposite daniel craig in the next installment of the bond franchise, bond 25. sources claim the actor had been eyed for the part for awhile but his shooting schedule on the final season of "mr. robot" prevented him from making a commitment. he has a lot of work now that he
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is an academy award winner. again, reports are saying that it's not a done deal. not a done deal but we are hoping our fingers are crossed bond 25 is set to start shooting in april so we will look forward to that. [ applause ] >> yeah, you know, he won't have to sleep on anybody's couch ever again. the dream is alive. "pop news" exclusive. we have a first look at idris elba's new show "turn up charlie." it's about a struggling deejay and eternal bachelor who becomes a manny to his friend's problem child. >> what? >> let's take a look. >> calling about that job. >> yes! a nanny. you want me to be a nanny. >> are you going to come back? >> yes. >> yeah. >> you're my nanny. >> it was wicked seeing you. i'll see you again. >> okay. nice cameo by craig david. the show is co-created by elba and features original music he produced.
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don't forget he's a deejay in real life. yeah. [ applause ] the eight-part series premieres on netflix march 15th. i just received word we are going to have him here at "good morning america" in march as well. so idris elba. [ applause ] get ready, one of our favorites. >> absolutely. >> everybody is our favorite but, idris, you got a special place in our hearts. finally, we can't get enough of the good news we have for you right now. selena gomez back with a new song just released as part of a mega collaboration. they're all together for the song here "i can't get enough." let's take a listen. ♪ i can't, i'm crazy c defitelo a little thursday thankfulness. selena's kept a relatively low
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profile the last few months, and told she's in the studio working on new material and saying congratulations to her and thankful and thriving thursday to all of you. [ applause ] >> thank you. love it. now to our "gma" cover story. weight watchers in trouble. the company's stock dropping, its ceo believes the popular keto diet may be one of the reasons why. kayna whitworth in l.a. with that story for us. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: hey, robin, good morning. it seems it's like how people identify themselves now, right, saying i'm keto and that food tribe mentality has more and more people swearing off carbs and leaving behind oprah's weight watchers. >> i love bread. >> reporter: this morning, weight watchers losing big but not in inches. shares of the popular diet program plummeting more than 30%. one of the biggest losers, weight watchers spokesperson herself oprah who owns almost 10% of the company. >> since i started weight watchers i've lost over 40 pounds. >> reporter: so what's behind the plunge? the ceo herself pointing the es
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fats. right now we have a keto surge. it's a meme. it's not like a company. people have keto doughnuts, adding, we have been through this before and we know we are the program that works. >> i think many of these diet trends like keto, paleo, what they're doing for people is offering that promise and it's a trend and it's something that they can follow specifically and i think that's exactly what people are looking for. they're looking for a specific plan to follow with that promise, and i think there's always going to be a trend. if it's -- today it's going to be a keto. tomorrow it's going to be something else. >> reporter: though there has been a decline, "u.s. news & world report" still ranks weight watchers number one as the best commercial diet plan and best weight loss diet. while the keto diet is among the lowest ranked diets overall, the
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publication calling it fundamentally at odds with everything we know about long-term health. as for weight watchers, the ceo back down from its core mission, we are not going to change our dna. we lived through this for 57 years and we are not going to play a game. we never have. we are going to be science-informed and we are sustainable for the long term. >> i believe weight watchers is going to bounce back from this decline because people really love what weight watchers is about. they're about community. they're about sharing. they're -- they've been there forever. >> reporter: so weight watchers uses a point system based on calories, sugar, fats and protein and allows users to focus on portion control and eat whatever they want including bread as long as they stay within their point allotment and participants also attend these weekly meetings as part of their support system. you guys, i wasn't able to find any information on the pregnancy peanut butter and jelly diet which i seem to enjoy. >> bless your heart. how are you do i feel so great.
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robin. thank you so much. >> and i'm all for the peanut butter and jelly diet. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> there's nothing wrong with that. i'm like oprah, i need bread. >> bread. >> i have lots of friends on keto. rock on. >> we will see somebody on keto. >> amy is here and she will bring us new research about what your personality means for your dog. turns out an owner's temperament can play a big part in determining their dog's temperament. amy, tell us about this. >> brody, have anything to say? no? he's not like me at all. he doesn't talk. all right. the study from michigan state university found that a dog's personality will often mimic their humans. extroverted people tend to raise excitable dogs while pessimistic owners raise pups who are more anxious and fearful. ♪ we've seen dogs who look like their owners and even dogs who dress like their owners.
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and now according to a new study, your dog may actually ago like you too. take "gma" producer rennie and her 6-month-old pup walter. they seem to be a match made in doggie heaven. >> get up there. >> i saw his face and he looked like a grumpy old man and i said, that's -- i feel like that's me in a way. >> that should have been my dog. >> yeah. >> reporter: celebrity dog trainer and author, brandon mcmillan, met with walter and rennie. >> it's rare to find a dog this young that's this calm and that opens up when they need to, like to go hiking and go running. that is very rare. >> reporter: the journal of research in personality found dogs have their own personalities and just like people, their personality can change over time. and that dogs can also mirror their owner's personality. so, for example, if you're agreeable and open-minded your dog is probably more active, less anxious and less aggressive. but if you're more negative, your dog could be more fearful. brandon says the dog's personality is also shaped by
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their environment. >> you can have a shy dog living in a house with a bunch of active, outgoing people and guess what, i guarantee in a few years that dog won't be as shy anymore. >> reporter: but as for looking like your dog, well, let you be the judge of that. >> i have a chihuahua. do i look like a chihuahua? >> all right. the author of the study says that the sweet spot for teaching a dog obedience is around the age of 6 when it outgrows its excitable puppy stage but before it's too set in its ways so in this way dogs and humans are similar. and brody here is always game for a run or a hike but is a very chill dog too when we need him to be except for now he's going to start getting active. >> he is super chill. >> he's a sweet one. i think he has more of the personality of andrew, right? >> now he's ready. >> he's like, i want to run now. look at all these people. >> look at ginger. >> i love that and let's keep brody around every day. how about we do a "gma" moment too? i don't know about you but there
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are certain foods or just when i eat in general i get a dance on. so does landon. she's 3 years old and this is actually called her ice cream dance. oh, my gosh. it works. and go. going for the next bite. so sweet. thank you for sending us little 3-year-old landon. please take a moment to go to my facebook good morning. i'm "abc7 news" metrologist mike nicco. rain over. clouds and sun the rest of today. next chance of rain arrives tomorrow evening and stays around through sunday. 55 to 59 this afternoon. cooler than average but kind of comfortable. 30s in the north bay valleys. watch out for some fog also. we [ applause ]
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will start at $72.50 for your prescription kit for kids. >> hungry? >> omaha steaks. >> they're not just steaks. >> not just steaks. we have steaks online but here we have skillet meals, crock pot meals, everything from freezer to oven to table. every single meal, ranges from like 8 to 16 servings. so you're going to get a lot. these start at $100, not today. they're going to start at 50 bucks for the entire thing and free shipping. >> don't they smell good? smells really good. this is fun. >> it's fun. >> thank you. everyone is going home with some products from go smile. we partnered with all these companies and the great deals are on our website. also coming up, the great annette bening is here live. [ applause ]
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good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. i'm jessica castro from "abc7 mornings." a flooding disaster in sonoma county and a live look now with sky7. 2000 homes and businesses in the county are under water after the russian river reached its highest level in 25 years. the national guard is there and a local state of emergency has been declared. alexis? >> taking a look at the roads this morning. we still have the bay bridge metering lights on, it's thinning out a little bit on the left-hand side. no issues southbound 101 santa rosa, westbound 580, you're in the yellow and northbound 101,
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now your accuweather forecast with mike nicco. >> here's the latest on the russian river. it continues to recede, major flooding through at least noon today, but twelve hours after that, it should be below flood stage. we have some creeks flooding in sonoma county and that will continue through at least 1:45. some light rain, friday, to
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moderate rain saturday morning, a stronger storm next week. >> we'll have another "abc7 ♪ back here on "gma," you know our next fabulous guest from films like the american president and the kids are all right and now her new blockbuster is more than all right. she's starring in "captain marvel." please welcome annette bening. [ applause ] >> hi, george. hi. what a pleasure. hi. hey, how are you? lovely. [ applause ] >> wonderful having you here. >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> enjoyed watching you in so many films, iconic films.
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first time that we're seeing you in this type of role and it's shrouded in such secrecy. how has that been for you. >> well, kind of fun to have to say, well, it's -- i can't reveal what's going on. i've never had that experience before so, no, it's a lot of fun and it was great fun to do it. >> because normally when a film like this, they will only show you your role, but you strike me as somebody that you need to see it all before you sign on. >> yeah, they showed me the whole story and i got to read the whole script and, yeah, i felt like, ooh. >> you know all the secrets. >> i do. which was really fun to, yeah, to read the whole thing and to see where i fit in. >> even your character was a really big secret until fairly recently, right? you're playing -- the word is out now, supreme intelligence but there's still a lot of speculation out there. fans are wondering if you might also be captain marvel's mom, dare we ask? might we get a little hint here?
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>> are you going to answer that question? >> i will say that there is more than what we have revealed but i am playing the supreme intelligence, i am a god-like entity who -- yeah, of course. as one is. >> no stretch at all. [ applause ] >> thank you. and i did consult with my kids so they could kind of explain sort of what the history of that is because there's a specific history to the character and i, you know, sort of have the entire intellect of the entire crea people over the last million years in my head. [ applause ] >> that's something. >> thank you. >> so it's a burden i had to bear. >> we have a little bit of a sneak peek. are you ready for it? [ applause ]
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>> intelligence. >> your commander insists that you're fit to serve. >> i am. >> you struggle with your emotions. with your past which fuels them. [ applause ] >> i guess we know. your supreme intelligence. jude law is also in the movie and says he picked up a mother/daughter vibe with you and brie. >> yeah, that's fair. the warriors have to go into this secret chamber to sort of prepare for battle so that's the scene you're seeing there, so, yeah, there's that. >> that much you can reveal. >> i can reveal that much. >> you can reveal it's set in 1995 and that was a very
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memorable decade for you, as well. you married your wonderful husband, warren beatty. [ applause ] i know. >> four terrific children. i cannot believe you guys are empty nesters. >> i know. >> how are you handling that now. >> well, it's a mixed feeling. it's bittersweet. it's also quite liberating. so -- yeah, pie parents were very good at that. i'm the youngest of four. >> i am too. >> so they were very good about saying, well, this is what happens. bye. you know. >> yes. >> but there is a bittersweet feeling but you know what, they're around so we're around our kids a lot still. >> so we'll stay in the '890s because we love that era so the '90s, we did our research. first your first academy award nomination. hinting at three of your four children born in the '90s but a quiz for you. ready. can you name all of your movies
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from 1990 to 1999? there were 12. 20 seconds on the clock. we're not giving you a time for this. no pressure. ready. set, go. >> the grifters, guilty by suspicion, postcards from the edge, the american president, richard iii, bugsy. love affair. mars attacks. oh, my god. >> that was the most unfair question you were given. >> that was brutal. >> not bad. >> 8 out of 12. >> that's not very good. >> you've got a great movie coming up.yo play senator fein getting a lot of good reviews. did you talk to her about it? >> you know, i did not. the movie is call the "the
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report" and it's about the cia's clandestine terror tour program. she was head of the intelligence committee that ended up doing a very extensive investigation of this clandestine program. so it's really about them first finding out that the program existed, which, of course, broke in "the new york times" because what happened was they had taped these interrogations. the tapes had been destroyed and that's when the story broke. so that's when the intelligence committee got involved. that report never came out but then they did the report on the whole program, which took many, many years and then it was a battle to get it out. >> huge battle. >> which is what the movie is really about. but the good news is is that our system of justice in this caseworked. the checks and balances worked. eventually there was a bipartisan vote. yeah. there was a bipartisan vote to release the report and it did happen so that's what our movie
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is about and -- >> sounds like an inspiring story. cannot wait to see it. >> we cannot wait to see "captain marvel." thank you so much. >> thank you. >> "captain marvel" hits theaters on friday, march 8th. coming up, the huge "grey's anatomy" milestone. the big moments. we'll share that with you next. thank you. mrs. mrls how does lisa get dressed without turning into a human alarm clock? her organized ikea wardrobe and its soft-closing doors help her suit up like a ninja. (squeak sound) (baby sound) i got her. be the morning person you're not.
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[ applause ] all right. we are back now with "grey's anatomy" about to make tv history tonight. "nightline's" juju chang has a guide to the hit show by the numbers. how are you doing? let's start with 15 as in seasons of "grey's anatomy" and by the show's own count they've enthralled us with 100 hookups, 20 weddings and 400 seriouses. >> today, you are the doctors. >> reporter: four, that's the number of original cast members still on "grey's anatomy" 15 seasons and counting. >> i don't know. i'm only an intern. >> reporter: but did you know alex karev wasn't even in the original pilot? his scenes added after it was shot. dr. miranda bailey was supposed to be blonde. when you go back to the original audition, did you think you nailed it? was it good? >> oh, no, it wasn't for me at all. they were looking for a short white blonde female that they call the nazi. >> reporter: over 40. that's how many new doctors have
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scrubbed in since season one like jesse williams who beame dr. jackson avery after a big career change. >> you should see me without a shirt on, it's kind of ridiculous. >> i just started acting from being a public schoolteacher. >> reporter: 29, the number of female directors who have stepped behind the camera on the show which is also run by women. >> it is a friendly place for women's empowerment because finally, you have all of these women who are sitting in places of power who are in charge and so we are reaching out to one another. >> you're married to a strong woman. you work with strong women. your character is surrounded by strong female energy. what's that like being the man in the middle of all that? >> oh, it's a lot of fun. oh, man, that's great. i think every man would like to do that. have such strong women around them. it keeps you vibrant and it keeps you on your toes and they'ramg
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serly? seriously. >> seriously. >> reporter: 2005, the year the show premiered and began to break barriers with diverse characters. something cast members themselves take pride in. and credit shonda rhimes. >> it's not sort of a given that the cast of "grey's anatomy" is so inclusive but 15 years ago, shonda planted a flag and set a bar that was quite high and yet hollywood still has a ways to go. >> yes, she absolutely changed the game. i don't care what anybody says. she changed the game. i remember being kind of gobsmacked by when it first came on and i thought, wait, so the asian lady and the black dude and the other black dude and black lady -- they're all like kind of equals in this world? >> reporter: 16, the number of major stars who have left fans shattered by saying good-bye to grey sloan memorial. >> there's so many people we've
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seen come and go and invest and it's so much to do with the success of our show. i would bring all of them back for a second. >> all of them. ♪ >> reporter: when you lose your person and there's the final dance-off. >> yeah. >> give us your thoughts, your memories especially looking back now on that scene. >> well, obviously, the loss of sandra oh was one of the most devastating for me personally. she's the finest actor i've ever worked with. >> but he's not the one. you are. >> reporter: and finally, 332. the episode that will air tonight making "grey's anatomy" tv's longest running medical drama ever. here's a sneak peek. >> i am doing the responsible thing and letting you know that andrew deluca and i are dating. well. >> are you telling me this, as the chief or as your friend? >> i don't know, both. why? >> because i want to know if i need to explain hospital rules or just laugh at you. >> here's another number for you, millions, that's the number of people binging every month on netflix.
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it's a whole new generation of fans. >> how many hookups? >> a lot, 100, i think. countless. >> thanks. see the record-setting episode at 8:00, 7:00 central. i wa good morning. you can put the umbrellas away for a while. we got a mixture of clouds and sunshine and temperatures below average in the mid to upper 50s. today. rain >> this weather report has been sponsored by eucrisa. george. >> thank you, ginger. we have a sneak peek at a brand-new book "dr. seuss' horse museum." chris connelly has the story of the treasure hunt that brought this new book to light. >> do you like green eggs and ham? >> reporter: the extraordinary artwork of dr. seuss, the joyous fantastical drawings. in his books for children that for decades have lifted hearts and sparked young imaginations.
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>> tell that cat in the hat you do not want to play. >> ladies and gentlemen. >> reporter: ever wonder where it all came from? now, 27 years after his death, a new kind of dr. seuss book is coming out this september. "dr. seuss's horse museum," featuring theodore geisel's own words on a topic that always fascinated him, what is art? >> it's all about the creative process, how artists look at things, how they think about things and how they show us what they see. >> reporter: the manuscript and very rough sketches discovered after his 1991 passing in the same box of papers that held what became "what pet should i get." >> outrageous. >> the manuscript for this book was about 80% complete. we had no finished art whatsoever so there was no possibility that this could be a book that we would publish with ted's own art. >> reporter: so, with the collaboration of australian illustrator andrew joiner, "dr. seuss' horse museum" seeks to delight young and old in a new way coming off the page with
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the same visual zest and exuberance. >> i think what's nice about it is, it has its origins in seuss, but it is not seuss wanna-be. he's inspired by the sketches, but he isn't hemmed in by them. >> reporter: while seuss' insight beckons riders inside the mind of artists throughout the centuries visually interpreting the horse each in their own way. >> i hope that we're really sending a message about creativity and introduce children who have never actually even heard of a museum let alone gone to one. i think that would be wonderful. >> hooray! >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, new york. >> and i'll bet it's going to happen, "dr. seuss' horse museum" will be available in september for kids of all ages. we'll be r
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back with one of our favorite singers hpis celebrate black history month, she's a four time grammy winner with a brand-new album out
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called "worthy" and she is. please welcome india.arie. love having you here. i love the song that you are about to sing. it's really in honor of dr. martin luther king, rosa parks. what is the importance? >> the importance is a lot of different things and before we came out we always pray and i said may all the ancestors we sing about be pleased because also i think it's important to remember that we all have an effect on someone. we all have like a favorite teacher. in fact, i always wanted to call out my favorite music teacher, teresa dodge in denver, colorado. i haven't seen her in a long time but she probably has no idea how much i was affected by her but we all have an influence and that's what the song is about. >> and it's beautiful and our ancestors are on their heavenly balcony listening to you right now. from her new album "worthy" and as i said, she is, here is india.arie with "what if."
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"what if." [ applause ] ♪ what if martin didn't stand up what if rosa didn't sit down ♪ ♪ what if malcolm didn't man up where would we be now ♪ ♪ where would he be now ♪ what if marley didn't get up, stand up what if the boys didn't come to advance us ♪ ♪ and mandela didn't come to teach us where would we be now ♪ ♪ we are the ones we've been waiting for ♪ ♪ we can change the world we can change the world ♪ ♪ with our love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love ♪ ♪ 'cause it is up to us
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we are the ones we've been waiting for ♪ ♪ we can change the world our love can change the world ♪ ♪ we can change the world with our love, love, love, love ♪ ♪ love, love, love, love our love can change the world ♪ ♪ what if maya didn't speak out what if langston hughes didn't write it down ♪ ♪ what if josephine baker didn't dance it out ♪ ♪ no ♪ tell me where would we be now ♪ ♪ where would we be now ♪ what if sojourner never told the truth ♪ ♪ ida b. wells never printed the news ♪ ♪ harriet never went underground where would we be now ♪ ♪ we are the ones we've been waiting for ♪ ♪ we can change the world
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we can change the world ♪ ♪ with our love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love ♪ ♪ 'cause it is up to us we are the ones we've been waiting for ♪ ♪ we can change the world our love can change the world ♪ ♪ we can change the world with our love, love, love, love ♪ ♪ love, love, love, love our love can change the world ♪ ♪ it's got to be all of us to stand up speak out with all of our love ♪ ♪ love, love, love, love love, love ♪ ♪ our love can change the world
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♪ ♪ oprah, kamala, ava, tarana and lena ♪ ♪ serena, viola, opal, patrice and alicia ♪ ♪ you and me are the chosen right now this is our moment ♪ ♪ we are a people of motion our love's gonna change the world ♪ [ applause ]
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"good morning america" is sponsored by prudential insurance. >> it is truly thankful thursday with india.arie here. she's going to perform another song on our website. okay. stick around for that. [ applause ]
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let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. i'm jessica castro with "abc7 mornings" and metrologist mike nicco has our forecast. >> let's go up to the russian river. it's still at major flood stage until noon today. it should drop by midnight tonight. we have some creeks flooding. here's a look at my accuweather seven-day forecast. a lot of clouds, a little bit of sunshine, mid to upper 50s today, light rain friday night. moderate on tuesday. >> taking a look at the bay bridge commute. it looks like a little heavy. we don't have any incidents to report and the drive times are looking decent. about a 14 minute drive across the bay bridge and southbound 101, san francisco to sfo,
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stop-and-go at 14 minutes. >> time for "live with kelly and ryan." we'll be >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan." today, film and broadway star annette bening. and from the series, "fam," nina dobrev! and performance from the duo, flora cash! all next on "live!" ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪ >> ryan: all right! how are you? what's up, brother? hello. hi, there.
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