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good morning, america. spring on hold. a snowstorm and freezing temperatures targeting millions in the northeast after record-breaking heat as more violent storms slam the south. two reported tornadoes touching down and blinding hail putting drivers in danger. donald trump under attack. hackers reveal his personal information in an attempt to take down the gop front-runner. >> we are serious about stopping any proposed forthright fascist donald trump. >> new attack ads. >> the woman who found the world's most wanted man. how mexican actress kate del
lord authorities hunted for years now speaking out in an abc news exclusive about what drove her to find el chapo. >> i love adrenaline. i like to dare. >> march mayhem. millions of brackets busted after a night of stunning upsets in the n caa tournament. yale just one of the stunners in a day of surprises. we do say, good morning, america. i don't know about y'all. i was up late. oh, some great games last night. great night of upsets, the big dance went wild. only -- are you ready for this -- 0.1% of those 13 million brackets are still unbroken. >> you got it. >> no, i'm one of the -- i'm not one of the 0.13.
can breathe some relief, as well. hopefully sean miller brought a backup shirt. a little tense out there and virginia coach tony bennett, he actually passed out on the sidelines but he did make it back to the court and even better, his team won the game. >> a scare there. >> the pressure is mounting. >> it is. >> we'll have all the highlights coming up. we begin with extreme weather. violent storms in the south and spring snow about to pound the northeast, say it ain't so, ginger. >> oh, i'm so sorry. it is so. on a beautiful morning, almost 50 degrees and by the time spring officially starts on sunday we will be talking about rain, snow and wind. i'll get to that in a moment. more than 120 severe storm reports including this, hail that was happening there just jumping in the pool in texas and arlington throughout the day yesterday, so many of those severe weather reports along that stationary front. now we got a low that will energize and happen from san antonio to new orleans and then we'll look for that same low
coast. this is the one you'll want to pay attention to because saturday night into sunday morning, look at the rain change to snow in philadelphia. it depends on how close this low gets to us as to how much snow will fall and that's something we'll fine-tune. your rob marciano will be here tracking it all for you, of course. and, of course, i'll be here giving you an idea how cold it is as we start spring sunday. >> we heard it. all right, ginger, thank you. donald trump is now being targeted by the cyberattacker anonymous. they've declared, quote, total war on the billionaire and now claim to have hacked him and released some of his private information. >> now is the time to unite to fight fascism to show we are very serious about stopping any fascist donald trump. we have attached a gift of sorts, trump's social security number, cell phone number and other details that might be able to assist you all in independently investigating this
>> for pore on this we bring in abc news justice correspondent pierre thomas in washington this morning. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, robin. donald trump appears to have a new adversary, not political but a potentially formidable one anonymous phone for its aggressive hacking. they claim they have secured some of his personal and private information and is blasting it over the internet. something it hopes will make mr. trump's life miserable. overnight the trump campaign released a statement acknowledging the attempt saying authorities are seeking the arrest of the people responsible for attempting to illegally hack mr. trump's accounts and telephone information. so, this is being treated seriously, robin. >> pierre, what are we hearing from the government, the response from the government? what could they do? >> we confirm federal agents are pursuing this hacking but investigations like this are notoriously complicated and typically take a long time to resolve and anonymous is good at covering its trail. mr. trump has a strong suber security dome to protect himself
this to be an ongoing battle. >> donald trump also the target of republican insiders. holding a series of meetings to see if there is a way to stop him from getting the nomination facing a barrage of new attack ads like this one. jon karl joins us with the latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: donald trump is riding high after his big primary wins this week. but he now faces forces within his own party, more determined than ever to stop him. this morning, donald trump is facing some new roadblocks on nomination. washington, a group of grassroots conservatives met privately thursday to plot how to take trump down. issuing a statement saying, "we are committed to ensuring a real elected." >> they're also willing to fight donald trump and a donald trump establish many because he doesn't share our values. >> reporter: trump has rekicked riots if he doesn't get the nomination.
i'm representing a tremendous, many, many millions of people. >> reporter: in an interview with abc news rival john kasich accused trump of inciting chaos. >> to even imply that there could be violence if he doesn't get his way, you know, he's not running for the presidency of the wwe, he's running for president of the united states and this kind of language is an outrage. >> reporter: and now trump is facing more heat on the airwaves as republican groups target him with a new wave of negative ads. >> ask donald trump why he sides with hillary clinton and why he wants more government health care. >> reporter: anti-trump spending is increased 900% since iowa. this week alone, some 65% of all republican spending was aimed at toppling trump. >> and, jesse palmer, you have contests in utah and arizona on tuesday. what's the best hope for these anti-trump forces to slow trump down tuesday? >> reporter: they better hope to
that's a winner take all state, george. 58 delegates at stake but also a state where donald trump may be at his strongest. where republicans are especially especiallily anti-immigration and has the support of the former governor jan brewer but arizona really looks like a must win for anti-trump forces. >> the democratic side, some indications that president obama signaling that he wants this primary fight to end. >> reporter: that's right. there's a report in "the new york times" that he actually told a group of democratic donors that it's time to unite behind hillary clinton. now, the white house denies that the president has said who to unite behind but clearly soon it will be time to unite and it's no secret that most of the president's top advisers who are on record are supporting hillary clinton, not bernie sanders. much. to that american captured by kurdish forces. this morning he's saying he regrets his decision to go to iraq to join isis. the 26-year-old from virginia saying it was a, quote, bad decision.
washington with much more on this story. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the u.s. government is reaching out to foreign counterparts to try to get this young american back to the u.s., he could face charges, but he could also provide u.s. law enforcement with a wealth of information. 26-year-old mohamad khweis was picked up by kurdish forces by sinjar, iraq, carrying a virginia license where he was born, raised and went to college but for at least the last month, khweis has been in isis-controlled mosul, all because of a girl he met. he told kurdish tv in an exclusive interview. >> i wasn't thinking straight and on the way there, i regret it. >> reporter: he gives remarkable detail about his journey, the first time information like this given so willingly by an american linked to isis. >> we got to another house, a lot of foreigners were there,
their i.d.s and passports. >> reporter: he said there were no other americans but the group transferred houses frequently learning about sharia law. >> i didn't really support their ideology and that's when i decided i needed to escape. >> reporter: back in virginia, khweis' father lashed out at the media earlier this week. >> don't take a picture. >> reporter: insisting his son had nothing to do with isis. khweis' parents moved to america almost 30 years ago. the son studied criminal justice at northern virginia community college. his mother told abc, he was a good boy and would stop to give money to the homeless. a high school friend telling abc that khweis couldn't have been more normal. >> he wasn't violent. he wasn't religious. trouble. >> reporter: khweis left home
said he first went to london then amsterdam and turkey and while he did give a lot of detail about his journey to iraq in that interview american law enforcement will have many, many more questions, george. >> i'll bet they will. okay, martha, thanks very much. we turn to scary moments on an american airlines flight on its way to new york. it was truck by lightning and abc's david kerley has the story. >> we got knocked around real good here. >> reporter: a scare for passengers on board an american airlines flight. >> like out of nowhere. >> 4233 just got hit by lightning. >> reporter: the flight from raleigh headed to laguardia on thursday hit by turbulence and then struck by lightning. the small jet with 55 on board reroutes to nearby jfk and its longer runway. these photos obtained by wabc showing the burn marks where the lightning hit the wings, tail and body. >> everything okay? >> yeah, don't send us through there again. it's pretty bad. let's go ahead and divert to jfk. >> reporter: for passengers on
>> i didn't know what happened. it's the first time for me. >> it was a flash of light and big explosion. the plane dipped about 100 feet. >> reporter: but experts say there's nothing to fear. lik striking a plane is relatively common as these videos show they're designed to sustain lightning strikes so that the electricity never penetrates the interior. in this lab they showed me how they make lightning to test the durability of an aircraft when it's struck. whoa. it's safe, the experts say but that doesn't mean it can't be frightening. >> pretty terrifying. i'm not going to lie. >> reporter: he's not going to lie. the plane did land safely. nobody was injured but, robin, as we said it's surprising and these planes are designed 0 shed that lightning. it doesn't peen it isn't scary, though. >> terrifying, all right, david, thank you. now to new trouble for that prep school grad convicted of sexually assaulting an under age student. owen labrie is appealing that ruling and has been free ever
last year but now he's facing possible jail time after violating his curfew. abc's gio benitez is at the courthouse in concord, new hampshire. good morning, gio. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. as you know this was a case that sparked so many conversations about sexual assault in schools. now prosecutors want to make sure owen labrie is back behind bars. this morning, owen labrie heads back to court, the former prep student at st. paul's school accused of violating bail after being convicted of sexually assaulting an underaged schoolmate. prosecutors alleging he violated his curfew at least eight times since his conviction. one of those types sitting next to a vice reporter who tweeted they were on the same train early one morning while labrie was supposed to be home. labrie allegedly telling her he was going to see his girlfriend. >> this is not a petty offense. when you violate the conditions of your bail and you are on bail
something extremely serious. >> reporter: labrie's attorneys say they will argue in court this afternoon that labrie now 20 years old violated the curfew only to meet with his lawyers and to pursue education. prosecutors now demanding labrie's bail be revoked and that he should go to jail. >> i don't think that his bail will be revoked but who knows? perhaps they will send a message not only to this defendant but to other convicted defendants. >> reporter: labrie had been acquitted last year of the most serious felony rape charges, but was found guilty of sex assault misdemeanors. >> guilty. >> reporter: and a felony of luring a child by computer. he's appealing that but for now he is registered as a sex offender for the rest of his life. and labrie will face a judge this afternoon. if his bail is revoked he could go right back to jail today. rob and george. >> thank you. lara. >> an update on a story that
chicago white sox player adam laroche abruptly announcing his retirement after he was asked not to bring his son to the park every day. laroche walked away from $13 million to spend more time with his teen and abc's matt gutman has all the latest for us. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, lara. so far the 36-year-old slugger seems to be standing behind his decision to hang up his glove. but it has triggered a reaction from both sides of the locker room. many supporting it as courageous others wondering if a 14-year-old should be in the locker room in the first place. outrage from adam laroche's white sox teammates this morning, players reportedly considered boycotting a spring training game after team management told number 25 to, quote, dial back his 14-year-old son's access to the locker room and clubhouse. he's been a fixture there this spring training and even has his own locker and chris sale, a
allegedly screamed and hurled profanity at team exec kenny williams for the decision demanding he stay out of the clubhouse for the rest of the year. williams who told laroche he could still bring his son around occasionally just not every day acknowledged that in trying to mitigate a small distraction the team created a larger one. >> sometimes you got to make some unpopular decisions in order to have an answer for the next person that comes along. >> reporter: but even in a game known for fathers and sons playing catch, laroche's decision has raised eyebrows. >> it's actually led to conversations in other front offices about making sure that they place hard limits on how much time kids can spend in clubhouses. >> reporter: drake even got an invite from another legendary chicago team, bears linebacker kyle long tweeting, adam laroche, if you and your boy ever want to come hang out with the chicago bears, let me know. i grew up in locker rooms. you wonder how he would walk away from $13 million.
laroche's back injury might have sidelined him anyway, plus over his successful career he's hauled in about $70 million and as a tv show and a business on the side. guys. >> matt, thank you. we were talking with michael strahan about this yesterday. it's just the amount of time he's spending there. that's great. ken griffey jr. saying he grew up in a locker room. that's great but every single day, that may be just -- >> now if everybody did it. >> that's what some of the team members have said. if everybody brought their kids then we would have to police it ourselves but we would speak up. management says he's a great kid. >> hard to see how it blew up so much when they said dial it back. >> they didn't say he can't be in there. there is another water crisis. >> reporting on the one in flint, michigan. now there is concern in another city. testing has revealed more than two dozen schools in newark, new jersey, have elevated levels of lead in their water.
levels have been high for years age angering parents. students are undergoing voluntary blood tests. a hearing into the water crisis in flint turned into a partisan showdown with democrats blaming michigan's governor who dismissed calls for him to resign and republicans blamed the head of the epa. another move by north korea. its launched two ballistic missiles into the sea of japan once again defying a u.n. ban. it could complicate diplomatic efforts to free an american student sentenced to hard labor for stealing a political banner from a north korean hotel. back here in this country, in florida, a pep rally at this high school took a horrifying turn. look at that, when a professional fire breather accident accidentally set himself on fire. the flames quickly spreading to the gym floor. he is now recovering from burns and the school district says fire and pyrotechnics are now banned at that school and they are investigating what exactly happened.
wreaking havoc on march madness brackets. the biggest upset so far, yale beating baylor. yale's first ever win in the tournament also the university of arkansas little rock stunned their fans, josh hagan launching a 30-foot shot. look at that to send the game into overtime. they're saying he stuff curry curry'd it and now because of all the upsets only 0.1% of the 13 million brackets filled out on espn's website are still perfect. you know, i love this factoid. yale produced five u.s. presidents but this is their first victory. >> everybody is talking about that. >> i'm surprised there's 0.1% of brackets still -- finish. >> gosh. that's what march madness is all about. >> your favorite time of year? it is. >> what do you got? >> cold, i promised you the cold. now i get to show iyou. the cold fronts made it into the northern plains, north platte,
coming up on "gma" on this exclusive. the actress who captured the heart of the world's most wanted drug lord. what she tells diane sawyer, what really happened and what she has to say about sean penn. i am. we also have blake shelton's legal battle against the tabloid drinking allegations. then we asked some older people when they actually did start saving. this gap between when we should start saving and when we actually do is one of the reasons why too many of us aren't prepared for retirement. just start as early as you can. it's going to pay off in the future. if we all start saving a little more today, we'll all be better prepared tomorrow. prudential. bring your challenges. my girl cindy bought this fridge from lowe's
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but you're also uncle harry to two little ones running around. >> you have to fun in life. i hope i'm a fun uncle. >> something tells me. >> yeah, i bet he is. >> a fun uncle. yes, he has revealed so much about himself. we talked to him yesterday about the invictus games, and he has really been shaped by his memories of his mother. you said it best yesterday when we were watching the piece and many said the same thing, that watching him is like watching his mother and how compassionate and so we're going to talk more about that coming up. >> also right now cyberhackers anonymous are releasing donald
federal authorities investigating and right now closing arguments expected today lawsuit. hogan is suing the website gawker for $100 million for posting that tape and, lara, you have a great story. >> yeah, you know i love dogs. this story is amazing. a great follow-up to the story of luna, the german shepherd lost for weeks and fell overboard, miraculously found alive on an island this morning she is back with her owner and we have their emotional reunion. robin, we'll get over to you with diane sawyer. >> an abc news exclusive with the woman who tracked down and met with the world's most wanted criminal. kate del castillo is breaking her silence in her first tv interview with our diane sawyer opening up about the mexican drug lord known as el chapo and the journey she and sean penn went to meet him deep in the mountains of mexico. diane, of course, good enough to join her old friends here.
you know me well enough to know when i say this is one of the wildest stories i have ever covered -- >> everybody is looking for this guy and she is the one. >> as you said he is the biggest drug lord in the world. supplying drugs to america and as far away as china and in comes sean penn, the american actor, sean penn and kate del castillo who plays, by the way, she's a supernova in mexico and plays a drug lord on tv. >> so, what is the moment this whole strange saga begins? in a sense, it begins with a woman who shays she's kind of addicted to risk. >> it's ready to go. that's good. i love adrenaline. i just like risk. i like to dare. >> motorcycles. race cars. >> dell castillo picks up a position. >> tequila. >> can it be the world's most wanted drug lord will throw caution to the wind for a chance
and did he fall for kate del castillo or the fictional drug lord she plays on tv. >> again, i don't think it was necessarily me, kate del castillo, he was probably had a crush on teresa mendoza. >> had a crush? >> we'll ask to ask him. it looks like -- >> wait a minute. >> maybe. i don't know. i think -- maybe admirer. i don't know. okay, maybe yes. i don't know. we'll have to ask him. >> you heard her. she had to admit. yes. you did mention the other big player, sean penn. >> you have a drug lord, mexican actress and sean penn. what could go wrong? could anything go wrong. what i'll say is that she says one of the things she's learned from all of this and it becomes wilder and weiler is she feels a little foolish because she was
her get her movie about el chapo made. >> aren't you angry at him. >> yes, a little bit, i am. i think he was never interested in the movie. >> you look hurt still. >> yes, i am, of course, i am. i'm hurt because i -- but, again, i'm angry at myself because i believe in people and i didn't foe sean penn. >> and i want to be clear that he has a very different story of what was happening. it's part of the intrigue of all this. but here we are on a story as we know, really serious story that causes so much suffering, the drug trade in the world. and yet at the same time they are involved in it and it is this tale that just keeps astounding you. >> i'm glad you said that. el chapo was very dangerous man and kate spent some one-on-one time with him. was she fearful of that. >> well, she tells you about a moment when her heart is pounding, her knees are knocking.
on the mountain and she decides there's something she's just going to get her courage up and say. >> my heart started pounding. i actually got guts to tell him, i said, this is now or never and if i don't say it right now i might not have another opportunity and if i say it, this might be my last words. so i ask him, i said, we were walking, amigo, just don't forget what i said on my tweet originally. you're a powerful man. you can do something good. >> reporter: including she maintains telling him she wanted a way to acknowledge victims of organized crime. >> i was literally dying inside. and i thought, if he gets mad, if he -- i don't know what i'm going to do. you know i thought i was going to faint. >> and she comes back, of course, and when this is all over he gets captured three months after this meeting and
surrounding this woman so you have to hear. >> there's a little bit of >> yes. diane. thank you. we'll be watching tonight, the diane sawyer special edition of "20/20 with kate will air tonight at 10:00, 9:00 central on abc. >> what a wild story. we turn to the case of a christian website ordered to return millions to more than 150,000 people. people who were victims of a pay to pray scam. story. >> reporter: this morning authorities say this man, benjamin rogovy, preyed upon more than 100,000 unsuspecting victims during a time of need by ripping them off through his website, christian prayer center. the site is sort of online church complete with digital collection plate. every prayer came with a price tag of between $9 and 35. so pay to pray. >> fog about it was real. >> reporter: washington state's
a scam. innocent victims lured into pray with religious figures like pastor john carlson. >> people are really upset and angry at pastor john carlson and i'm pastor john carlson. >> reporter: the real pastor carlson is outraged saying his name was used to promote this site without his permission. >> people are thinking that their problems are going to be solved. >> reporter: in fact, investigators say the site used all kinds of fake religious leaders and testimonials to entice people to the tune of $7 million worth of paid prayers between 2011 and 2015. >> in the work i do as attorney general i really see the lowest of the low when it comes to scams. this one ranks right up there. >> reporter: rogovy couldn't be reached for comment but has now agreed to pay back as much as $7.75 million to thousands of customers across the country and this morning, the website says it's closed.
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now back to blake shelton fighting back against "in touch weekly" alleging that the country star was a binge drinker and hinting the reason he broke up with his former wife, miranda lambert, abc's linsey davis has more details. the more i drink >> reporter: he's top charts for more than a decade with songs like "the more i drink" and "sangria." your lips taste like sangria >> reporter: now blake shelton is fighting back against allegations by "in touch" magazine that he has a drinking problem and that it destroyed his marriage to miranda lambert. in a sworn declaration filed
for libel, shelton says the september 2015 cover story titled "rehab for blake" is totally false saying he has never been to rehab or hit rock bottom as the article's headlines describe. "in touch" claims his drinking and womanizing are what helped torpedo his four-year marriage to miranda. detailing an alleged affair with several women in their tennessee home. shelton denies the accusation saying my ex-wife miranda lambert did not catch me with a bunch of naked women. according to the magazine, shelton even drinks while taping "the voice." >> what? >> reporter: but he says in this sworn declaration he is enough drunk on the show but he has staked his reputation on heavy drinking citing his many tweets where he jokes about it like going out to dinner, drunk. and just spent two days filming
shelton writes in the sworn declaration that drinking or comments about drinking is part of my shtick with pie fan, part of my act, part of my performance but in no way indicates that i have an actual problem with alcohol. >> so the publishing company is arguing we couldn't possibly be damaging your reputation because you've built a reputation on being drunk. >> reporter: "in touch" wouldn't comment on the lawsuit but in court documents obtained by abc news lawyers for the publication say it exercised its free speech rights concerning a matter of public interest and that the editors spoke to sources who confirmed friends were urging shelton to seek help. shellen's reps say the story was categorically false and that blake said enough is enough and decided to fight back and reached out for representatives for miranda lambert as well but did not hear back. the dangerous thing here he does have all these texts saying he is so drunk repeatedly. we'll see what -- >> hard to win a suit like that. >> thank you.
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yes, lara, yes. >> so inquisitive about my weekend. >> completely caught off guard. >> we have the latest on that incredible survival story that you'll see here, luna the german shepherd lost at sea after falling off a boat in the pacific somehow found alive weeks later. now luna is back with her owner and we were there for their reunion. nick watt has the story. >> luna. >> reporter: one man and his best friend reunited on a california shore. >> i never thought i'd see her again to be honest. >> reporter: luna is back. she vanished five weeks ago out at sea while nick was fishing. next gone. he combed the pacific for days and the safe joining the hunt by land, sea and air, not a sign, nick lost hope. posting on facebook, rest in peace, luna, you will be missed.
where i was just so sad about losing my dog. i presumed she was dead. >> reporter: now we know she swam nearly two miles to san clemente island. lucky luna found by navy personnel chilling on a roadside. >> probably the happiest i've ever been in my entire life to have my best friend back. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abc news, los angeles. >> hey. >> lucky, lucky luna. >> i know, happening ending. we love hearing that. coming up in our next hour more of our exclusive interview with prince harry. he talks about his mother, princess diana and also being an uncle so that and more and talking more about the invictus games, as well, which is coming up in may in orlando in disney world. >> vintage photos. >> come on back. coming up "gma's" winter concert series presented by hilton.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. royal exclusive, prince harry talking about his beloved inspiration, his mother. how he hopes to make princess diana proud and his secret to living. >> you got to have fun in life. otherwise, wow, imagine life without fun. 17,000 people rally behind this south carolina teacher who lost her job when a student stole her phone. new details on the nude photo scandal this morning. >> ultimate tech tips. you'll never guess what's really draining your battery life. the top companies reveal the
there goes your heart five of the hottest looks with one little black dress. how everyone can pull them out without breaking the bank. your friday's fast ficks as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. and a happy friday crowd out here in times. everybody getting ready for the weekend. >> it's a wild crowd out there, people. was out there during the commercial break. a lot of athletic trainers are here for a conference and all around the country. just wonderful to have them here and "good housekeeping's" lori bergamotto with the five models to show how to transform one affordable -- got to have a little black dress. you don't, george, but we all have a little black dress and how to make it totally difference and tips for everyone she'll share. >> why i chose not to read that.
robin is bringing us more of her incredible conversation with the one and only prince harry. harry as we've never seen him before. >> really opening up. very comfortable, of course, he's passionate about the invictus games which we talked about and we will talk about more today but his greatest inspiration his mom because many when they saw the piece yesterday said, wow, he reminds me so much of his mother. how passionate he is about helping others and so he is living in the childhood home, kensington palace where we did his mom. >> looking forward to that. >> good morning. we begin with a developing story here in new york. police responding after donald trump's son received a suspicious letter. a source tells abc news that letter came with a white powder that did not appear to be hazardous and threatened to harm trump if he doesn't drop out of the presidential race. the letter was postmarked in meanwhile, a federal investigation is under way into
anonymous which says it hacked into trump's private accounts and released his personal information online including his social security number. the other big story this morning, the extreme weather moving across the country. in texas and mississippi, baseball-sized hail in some areas damaged homes and cars breaking windows and causing traffic jams. look at that the hail also killed several exotic birds at the zoo in ft. worth, unfortunately. and here in new york an american airlines flight was struck by lightning and forced to make an emergency landing. passengers say it sounded like an explosion. well, there are new details about the sex trafficking backpage.com. the website which competes with craigslist in posting classified ads is now being held in contempt of congress. the company has refused to answer questions from senators citing the first amendment, senators have called the site the most important player in the commercial sex advertising market claiming backpage makes
in south florida customers at this pizza shop, look at that, ran for their lives when a woman crashed her suv through the window. two people just barely avoided getting hit. injured. with spring approaching, you may think that flu season is over, but you'd be wrong. in fact, the cdc says the season is actually peaking right now with new cases reported in at least 37 states and doctors say it is not too late to get that flu shot. the late flu season is due in part to a milder than normal winter in much of the country. and finally today is friday, but it's also a special day if you enjoy slurpees. it's the annual bring your own cup day at 7-eleven. you can bring any kind of container and fill it up with a slurpee for $1.50. as you can see there's been creative cups like this kiddie pool. or how about a popcorn bucket. better yet bring the pots and pans from your kitchen and fill them up. >> wow?
was something someone brought to fill a slurpee. containers can't be more than 9 inches wide and 11 inches tall but clearly they are not enforcing that rule if those photos -- >> byoc. bring your own cup. >> i hope my kids are already in school. thanks, amy. we have new developments now in the case of that south carolina teacher who was fired after a student stole her phone posted a racy pictures. she is fighting back in court and eva pilgrim has the story. >> reporter: leann arthur is now planning to sue the south carolina school district which she says asked for her resignation of a student stole and leaked marketly nude photos of her. >> i feel raw, violated. it really is something that i'm basis. >> reporter: the unidentified 16-year-old student has since been charged with computer crimes and aggravated voyeurism for allegedly copying the risque photos from arthur's phone.
i did not knowingly leave my phone sitting on my desk. didn't think that a student would do that. >> reporter: union county superintendent david eubanks says arthur is deflecting responsibility for leaving her phone unprotected and her classroom unsupervised. >> teachers have a very strong responsibility to supervise students at all times. our information indicates that she was not where she should have been at the time this took place. >> reporter: arthur sharing with abc news a copy of the lawsuit she says she intends to file. the lawsuit would seek damages for defamation and breach of contract. >> i want to be able to hold my head up and say, you know, i did all that i can do to make sure that i'm getting my dignity back. >> some parents in the community are rallying to arthur's defense. as of this morning an online petition demanding her reinstatement has grown to over 17,000 signatures. for "good morning america," eva
>> this one isn't going away. to lara with the "morning menu." >> thanks so much. here's what's coming up. prince william sharing precious memories of his mother princess diana. what he says she would want for his future. he tells robin all about it. and is your battery a bust? we'll tell you the secrets of keeping your phone charge going strong. lori bergamotto is also with us with the tricks to making that classic lbd, little black dress, thank you, fonzie, make it work. any time. make it work better than me putting on a coat. hi, lori. she's going to help you and all those coming up on "gma" and awesome crowd today in times. hey, buddy. "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by new centrum vitamints, a multivitamin you enjoy like a mint. and clean and real and looking good
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trugreen. live life outside. we welcome you back to "gma" and yesterday when we talked with prince harry about the invictus games which will be held, disney world in may, many of you commented that his infectious spirit and passion for helping others reminded you of his mother princess diana. well, prince harry is hard working, he is devoted and serves his country with dignity all while raising awareness about the challenges of our heroes, what they face when they return home. >> when you look past the amp pew tees and past the burns they're still the same people and to be able to call them all my comrade, friend, whatever, because we all share something. we share that uniform. we share the training, we share in some cases afghanistan. it's very special.
going to have to get to the stage where i was always going to be prince harry and despite the fact that i always wanted to be captain wales treated the same in the same uniform as everybody else i think there was that acceptance, the power that the name has. >> reporter: like their mother prince harry and prince william have used that name to bring attention to their charitable work. prince harry formed sentibali which means forget me not in honor of his mother to aid the vulnerable children of lesotho. many of whom are struggling with aids, earlier this year he visited the hospital where diana famously destigmatized aids. he remains an integral part of the halo trust, her land mine charity. >> we all do everything we can to make sure she's never forgotten and carry on all of
she had and portrayed while she was alive. i hope that a lot of my mother's talents are shown in a lot of the work that i do. weirdly actually she wouldn't be my first time to florida, to disney world, i ended up going there with her. it's one of my very, very happy memories. i went on space mountain 14 times. that's the best thing ever. so, you know, there's all sorts of places over the world where we were very lucky to have those moments with our mother and very, very happy memories. >> this room. this is the home where you grew up. >> this used to be our mum's sitting room so she had a study through there with her desk and where she used to listen to all sort of her crazy music. it took a little bit of getting used to. not that we ever forget. we think about her every day. >> the family that you and your brother, sister-in-law have built, what do you think how your mother would feel about this family.
you know, with tears in her eyes being incredibly proud of what we've, you know, i guess established i suppose. i guess she's waiting for me to have kids so see can be a grandmother again. i hope once again that everything we do privately and officially that it makes her proud. i think losing your mother at such a young age does end up shaping your life massively, of course, it does and now i find myself trying to be there and give advice to others in similar positions. >> and the other formid able able woman in their live, the queen who will turn 90 in april. >> because of my time in the service the utmost of respect, that i have not just for her as a grandmother, you know, she was my boss for ten years and i viewed her very much like that. now it's really nice because i can go to her for advice and bend her ear with all the experiences she's had over the years. >> you're also uncle harry to
>> you got to have fun in life, imagine life without fun. you've got to be taken seriously but i hope i'm a fun uncle. >> and having them and the way you talk about children, is it something that you think about and in the near future. >> i can't wait for the day, so you know it will be fantastic. >> in addition to the passion that i see and others see that you have for the invictus games and for the wounded warriors it's also what we see when you're around children, around the world. >> uh-huh. >> who are going through some extremely challenging times and you gravitate toward them. >> i got a kid inside of me. i want to keep that. i adore kids. i enjoy everything that they bring to the party. they just say what they think. everyone needs a hug every thousand and then and it so happens i've been told i'm good with giving hugs, fantastic. >> bittersweet. >> the prince's role, you've got to shake hands. >> hi.
>> we've watched you grow up with a lot of spirit. >> all right, ladies, prince harry is here. don't act like you don't notice. come on. >> mrs. obama, she's already talked a little smack about the game. >> i should also apologize to him in advance for all the gold medals that america will win in orlando. [ applause ] >> about the competition. >> fantastic. >> are you guys going to bring it. >> we're going to bring it. we're definitely going to bring it. >> basketball. >> and they definitely are going to bring it. there are 15 nations, 500 competitors and they want that kind of talk because they're taking this very seriously and mrs. obama and dr. jill biden are very much involved with the invictus games and i can attest he is a good hugger. >> just when i thought i couldn't love prince harry more.
>> you've managed to make fall in love again. >> i still think the queen is his boss. >> i think she is. >> boss of ten years but it's the way he embraces life and others and he is a shining example. >> i was just going to say that. he's a very inspiring -- makes me want to be a little bit better. >> very close to his father, everybody in his family so i really thank him for sharing that and the invictus games, orlando, 2016 begins may 8th and air exclusively on espn. you can find out how to get tickets on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and it will be great to bring kids there to see these wonderful competitors? we will be watching. robin, it was terrific. okay, now switching gears in a major way but something that matters to everybody. we're talking tech. we've all faced the dead cell phone battery situation when you need it most. you may think that closing all the apps will save some juice. is it true, though? there's one woman who that can
becky worley with the fact check. >> reporter: if you value battery life on your phone and who doesn't, swiping up to close all those background apps is crucial, right? nope. what? in response to a user e-mail the head of apple's mobile team is stunning the life hacking community with this little bit of info closing apps has no impact on battery life. >> this has to make a difference. sorry, it turns out background apps drain hardly any power. it's like they're cryogenically frozen and all we see a picture of the last thing they did. they're not denying the content. over at android headquarters, aka google the story is pretty much the same. >> there is a big myth on phones we have to swipe away applications to save battery and this is just completely not true. >> reporter: both app the and google have optimized their mobile operating systems to neutralize power hungry apps, in fact --
you possibly more battery than save you battery life. >> reporter: there are a few exceptions, gps that's actively popping up turn by turn directions and in some cases music, but you heard it here first, stop the swipe and find new ways to extend your battery life. okay. >> becky worley in the house right now. so closing apps, does or doesn't help. >> you heard it from google and apple. these charged to 100%, this one running 25 different apps and this one isn't and battery life is the same. >> what is doing it. >> it's your screen. so, look, let me show you. if you go into the settings you'll see that what we've got here is display and brightness. this is a huge light bulb that sucks power. turn auto brightness on or turn this all the way -- you know below half, at least. auto brightness. >> can i turn yours down a little.
>> i want to save you some battery. >> so then auto-lock. you don't need your phone to be on for two minutes after you check facebook so turn that down to 30 seconds. then notifications, every time they pop up, then they light up your screen so turn that off. >> this is all in my settings, go to notification, brightness, time lock thing. >> i've got so many tips. it's all on the website >> on abcnews.com. >> yep. >> okay, great article by becky worley and one last thing, it's not necessarily how fast it's draining, it's how you're charging it. >> some of the new devices ten minutes. nexus, ten minutes plugged in, four hours battery life. that's your next phone. >> so get -- so you're now a pitchman. okay. >> yes, charging. extra fast. >> check out the article. ten great tips on how to save your battery. becky worley, our tech genius,
changed the screen with her notion. i've never seen that before because she gloves on. good tip. >> so did it save battery? >> yeah. >> i thought she was turning down brightness with her nose, wow. now, that's a talent. "pop news" time and i think we can agree a slow loading web page can get your wheels turning but that can cause, right, real physical problems. a report from the tech company ericsson found that web loading delays result in a 38% increase in heart rate, waiting for a video to buffer generally raises stress levels by 34%. >> come on. >> that's the equivalent of the anxiety you feel when watching a horror movie. that is according to this study so if you feel like going psycho the next time your netflix binge-watch is interrupted, you're not being totally dramatic, screaming and streaming go hand in hand. >> that's good. i like those percentages. very specific.
yeah, i worked on those all night. also in "pop news" this morning, no telling what you're going to see when you get on that subway, right? mariachi band, opera singer, sad elmo with the wonky eye. you can go right out here to see that. everyone is welcome on the subway except for manspreaders. do you know what a manspreader is? >> what is that? >> that's right. we can't deem straight. it's men who spread so that no one sits next to them. it's not dirty, robin. >> i wasn't going there. >> just really about trying to create more personal space. now, though, a new law proposed in san francisco, they're starting it there, manspreaders could be stopped with a fine. i love saying the word. slapped with a fine of $500, it's aimed at riders who hog up more than one seat. if the rule is passed the director of the bay area rapid transit says space offenders would be hit with an initial fine of $100, $200 for second
>> what? >> the law comes on the heels of new york's own campaign which is lovingly called stop the spread. >> are you being serious? >> yes. >> really? >> this is real. >> it makes me really mad when you see all those people standing. >> have i given you any news you can use? >> is it equal opportunity. if a woman takes up two seats? with our purse and our bag. >> yes, yes. >> it is, it is, it is. >> yes. >> stop the spread. stop the spread. >> amy is a real subway rider. >> i ride it every day. i'm very passionate about it. >> watch out, manspreaders. i'll write the ticket. >> then finally, everybody, well, over 2 million people were right here in new york city watching our st. patrick's day parade yesterday one midwest town celebrated the holiday in a smaller scale. it does not mean they're not having fun. conklin, michigan, proudest to have the shortest st. paddy's
our meredith tahar from wzzm brought details. >> it got started on the north end of main street. a stop sign and traveled all of 150 yards and took an abrupt right, right into the conklin bar. >> and you just saw that gentleman. he was walking the wrong way on the parade route. more people march in the parade, turns out than live in conklin. all of them end up at that bar. if you want to march be on time. kicks off every year at 10:55. over in about two minutes, but the party has just begun. and that is "pop news" on this gorgeous friday. >> thank you. >> happy friday, everybody. >> more coming up on "good morning america." >> we'll be back. tt2watu#@m4 bt`n,:$
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welcome back to "gma." hearing all about ginger's preparations. >> getting so nervous for ginger right now. >> it's my nerves coming out. >> we'll take them. >> over to robin with special guests in we do have special guests. i hope you remember a couple of years ago we had thank you america. the neal family, everybody fell in love with you, jason, jessica, your son dayton, your son emanuel that we didn't have at the time who you recently adopted so you had two kids. then you decided to adopt seven more. you fostered 92. emanuel is the latest one to join your family and how has
you in minnesota a couple of years ago? jessica. >> oh, wow, it's been really amazing. we went to liberia in october and got emanuel and it was a great smooth process and we brought him home. >> he loves to give hugs. >> he does. >> doing well. >> he's doing really well. he's doing absolutely great. they're hope ing that he'll be able to walk in a year. >> all these brothers and sisters that your mom and dad have brought home. >> yeah. yeah. >> but you guys, you and keira, your sister, you're right in -- >> we love foster kid. we love adopting kids, it's fun all of it. >> given them a permanent home and i remember we sent you to disney world. we surprised you and then you renewed your vows and you were there and this is your first visit here, jason, to new york city. >> first time here, yep. >> well, lovely. >> it's great. people have been asking about you. events there. >> it was awesome. thank you. very, very fun. our kids loved it. >> are you going to give me another hug?
>> oh, a lot of people are adopting now and also being foster parents, right? >> we've had a lot of people contact us and ask us about how to adopt from -- through foster care. how to adopt internationally. it's been really great to see people adopt. >> you guys, the neal family, you're really great and thanks for coming by to see us. >> what a beautiful family. thank you so much, robin. let's now get some fast fashion fixes, so many women have a favorite little black dress in their closet. we're show you how to reinvent that wardrobe staple. lori bergamotto from "good housekeeping" took us through a day in the life of the little black dress. take a look. it's the tried and true fashion staple women count on, the little black dress. >> it really does look good on every body type and can appeal to all different kinds of budgets.
to bottom in the per elect lbd? >> we love this black dress from the gap. under $70 you maximize the wearability. >> for look one lori went with a professional and polished look by pairing a polka dot blouse with a colorful blazer. >> anywhere you want to be more sophisticated. >> look two, cutting edge casual. by pairing a black and white turtleneck with black skinny jeans and black stacked heels if a leather jacket over my shoulders and we're done. >> for look three, lori went for a parisian pretty vibe adding teeks tur to the look, a lace blouse with bell sleeves. >> wanted it to be really soft, pretty, feminine, really channeling that romantic vibe. >> and look four, the after-work edgy look, take a vintage t-shirt and add to that a denim jacket. >> i found a vintage t-shirt, xanadu using the dress more than a skirt than anything else.
pair a black colored mid-leapt tutu skirt over the bottom of the dress. >> we wanted something that upped the elegance factor. >> a day in the life of a little black dress. and lori bergamotto joins us now. we all know the little black dress is a staple. is there another must have this spring? >> so, according to polyvoir all about a short strapless neoprene little black dress, the most searched right now. >> that is cute and flirty. >> it is but i don't know. amy, we may give it a run for its money with our black dress. >> we have five different looks, models sporting each of these looks and the first one and this is all the same black dress. >> yee. piece. and professional. >> indeed it is. the key to wear a tailored blouse underneath the shirt and a bright colored blazer so we picked green. you could do powder blue or a jewel tone.
the collar up to the top adding a little flash with a cuff and a belt so you have that metallic feel to it. just elevates the look. >> i love it. >> and layering always makes you look like you know what you're doing. cutting edge casual. >> this was a big hit in the "good housekeeping" offices. sort of european inspired and put a black and white turtleneck. if you want to grab the back of that leather jack and threw it over the shoulders like the cool girls are doing and gave her a cropped skinny jean which not a lot of people would think to do under a black dress. >> i wouldn't have. >> and funky boots. you have to own this look. it's more fashion forward but i think it works on her. >> she looks cool, basically, yeah. looks great. >> all right, this is parisian pretty. >> we love this one. on selena so what we did is added a textured blouse underneath the dress, that big
little pointy toe granny booty. >> granny booty. because it's laced up. >> exactly. look at you. >> just trying to guess. got it right. thank goodness. >> so the dress itself which is under 70 bucks is a cotton linen blend so you don't really want to wear anything that's too similar fabricwise if you are going to try to pull it off but add texture and depth, lace, satin, silk, anything that adds that contrast of fabric. >> beautiful. after work edgy we have here. >> love this in my xanadu t-shirt. a vintage tee and denim jacket with bold accessories. >> the pop of pink, very hip. i told you, this reminds me of sarah jessica parker. >> yes, we love this one too and a lot of people are like, you're hiding a black dress, we're not but put the mesh overlay tutu. >> where do you find one. >> that's from kohl's so very affordable. this will be a very big trend is
shopping? it looks great on a little black dress and reinvented it. >> beautiful, ladies. lori bergamotto, thank you so much. and the latest issue of "good housekeeping" on newsstands now. ginger, do you have a tutu? >> we were just saying we want that tutu. londonderry, new hampshire. good morning, new hampshire. we have that storm we're watching. through the weekend it'll start as rain near the coast, look at washington, d.c. at 8 a.m. it's rain then it changes to snow as you go inland and moves up to the northeast from there. much snow.
to you by true green. george. >> thank you, ginger. >> they're excited today. >> whoo. we all remember nora ephron. the driving force behind some of our favorite romantic comedies like "when harry met sally," "sleepless in seattle" and now a new documentary reveals her private side by her son. here's abc's chris connelly. >> on her way to becoming one of the most respected and admired writers of her time, nora ephron was never short on opinions. just ask her son. >> we are going to langer's for what my mother believed was the greatest pastrami sandwich in the world. >> reporter: show could make a rom-com rise like a souffle. >> yes, ah. >> i'll have what she's having. >> reporter: as a director of such films as "sleepless in seattle" she smashed hollywood's glass ceiling. >> it's you. >> it's me. >> reporter: so much of what made nora ephron unforgettable. >> sometimes i wish my husband
>> reporter: now in the splendid hbo documentary "everything is copy." >> i wanted to make her laugh. it was like winning an oscar. >> reporter: written by son jacob burnstein. where does that come from. >> my grandmother would say everything is copy and the meaning of the phrase is this aggravating sad thing that happened to you today is going to be a funny story later on and so that became sort of my mother's mantra. >> reporter: the 1979 demise of her marriage to watergate journalist karl bernstein, jacob's father was a media sensation but ephron turned lemons in lemonade with "heartburn." >> look at these flowers that you bought for her and you occasionally brought me home wilted zinnias. >> reporter: few knew she had leukemia four years before her death. >> it was unthinkable to her. >> reporter: what do you miss about her. >> the trenching observations about the wore. i'm sad she wasn't here for the
i think she wobble would have boycotted the oscars if if she was here at langer's? >> she would be ordering a pastrami sandwich. >> abc news, los angeles. >> your mother was right. >> i've had the pleasure of meeting jacob. he is a fine young man and great example of his mother. >> monday on hbo. holly hunter coming up, what went on behind the scenes of
holly hunter stars in the highly anticipated movie "batman v superman: dawn of justice." these two were making me laugh. she plays a senator squaring off with superman. take a look and let us gather ourselves. >> this is how a democracy works. we talk to each other. we act by the concept of the governed, sir. i have sat here before to say that shadow interventions will not be tolerated by this committee. neither will lie s s because today is a day for truth. >> holly hunter joins us now.
holly hunter in an action movie. did you jump at the part? >> yeah, of course, i totally wanted to be part of this. nothing but fun. >> yep, exactly. and you're one of toast actresses who does her homework play. what went into creating or finch? >> well, it was interesting to be in a movie that had so much testosterone. all these incredibly powerful guys and i thought that, you know, as a senator, she brought her femaleness to the job and how she listened and her curiosity in her ability to evaluate felt very female to me. >> it's so funny you mentioned there was a lot of testosterone on the set. that was literally my next question. there was a lot of testosterone on that set. what was it like working with
>> henry is utterly adorable. i didn't get the fun of working with ben, but henry is just a lovely guy. he is. utterly lovely. >> what doesn't he have going for him? >> nothing. >> next year marks the 30th anniversary of two of your most well-known roles. "broadcast news" and "raising arizona." i remember it and "broadcast news," what an incredible role. i think we have a clip. it's the clip we all probably love the best. let's take a look. >> must be nice to always believe you know better. to always think you're the smartest person in the room. >> no, it's awful. >> it's still really funny even though i've seen that probably 30 times. at the time did you realize that movie was going to become the cult classic that it is? >> well, you know, everybody felt that we were working on something that was going to
some power. >> it's awesome but so is the pose current movie. "batman v superman." holly hunter, thanks so much for joining us. >> thank you. >> and "batman v superman: dawn of justice" opens on march 25th. the girl power right here. >> yeah. >> coming up we've got hot country duo dan + shay performing live.
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and we'll build this love from the ground up for worse or for better and i will be all you need beside you i'll stand through the good and the bad we'll give all that we have and we'll build this love from the ground up [ cheers and applause ] "gma's" winter concert series is presented by hilton. ready and waiting for you in
just dance why we playing this? before we go georging is waltzing off to do "dancing with the stars." we love the promos. >> thank you. i hope i'm even better than that. that was a little rough. >> and -- >> thank you. >> here's a little something for you. a little something-something. play it. you. i think you've done incredible already and i just can't wait to show the world what you're up. i can't wait to see you back in l.a. so we can get back to practice and, yeah, show the hard on. >> whoo. that's the first big compliment because he holds them off. >> he did say rest up. you got a big weekend ahead. >> we're on team zee.
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>> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, it's the man of steel himself, star of "batman v superman," henry cavill. and from the new comedy, "crowded," actress miranda cosgrove. plus, another edition of "live"'s "flashback friday." all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are your emmy-award winning co-hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan!