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good morning, america. the first votes being cast in the nation's first primary right now. donald trump riling up the crowds taking on his opponents. >> she said he's a [ bleep ]. that's terrible. >> candidates battling even begging for every vote. >> i want this job because i love this country. >> hillary clinton behind here hoping for a comeback. >> i don't think a little snow is going to stop anybody, do you? >> as bernie sanders holds on to his lead by coming to the rescue of a supporter. >> the voters still undecided. our whole team on the trail. rubio and john kasich join us this morning. the double punch of winter weather socking the northeast as snow causes major problems on
a bus full of passengers overturned. 19 states caught in the crosshairs. that massive cruise ship close to disaster. hurricane-force winds and board. how terrifying was it and calls investigate. teresa guidice speaks out for the first time since her release from federal prison. >> it was nothing like being on let me tell you. >> what she's revealing about her toughest moments behind bars. amy. she's here live this morning. and we do say good morning, america. and what a big day it is. we are live all across the state of new hampshire and this is a
and george is in manchester for all the latest in the race for the white house. good morning to you, george. >> right here on the scene. hey, robin, good morning to you. a little snow out here. flurries but that's not going to stop the voters expecting a record turnout here in new hampshire today and they've already started voting in new hampshire. they started at midnight, dixville notch, the first town to vote at midnight. you see it there. three towns have voted already. already counted the votes and we have some results right now. on the democratic side, bernie sanders leading hillary clinton, 17-9 among the first votes actually counted and on the republican side a three-way tie, you got donald trump, john kasich and ted cruz all with nine votes each actually counted votes right now. so we got a long day to go. >> very, very early there, george. we have team coverage and take a look at this. we are live all across the state with the campaigns as we count down to tonight, george.
are going to join us in just a moment but begin with tom llamas in londonderry, new hampshire, one of the biggest polling stations in the state. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. as you mentioned they're expecting record turnout in new hampshire at this location, up to 12,000 voters and hope just 12,000 because that's how many ballots they have. moments ago they opened this polling station. all these voters coming out grabbing ballots going to those ballot boxes and filling them out. right there as we speak, the votes are being counted right now. for some it's a decision that only takes ten seconds but will have a lasting impact. >> she just said a terrible thing. >> reporter: overnight, donald trump giving an "r" rated campaign speech repeating a vulgar word that a woman used to describe ted cruz.
that's terrible, terrible. >> reporter: trump's comments come as he's leading in every new hampshire poll hoping voters here give him something iowa could not, victory. >> i'm not asking for your money. i'm asking for your vote. >> reporter: and trump going on a campaign blitz. >> a total stiff, jeb bush. i don't think jeb has a chance. >> reporter: furious after bush and his 90-year-old mother took shots at him. jeb tweeting donald trump, you aren't just a loser, you are a liar and a whiner. >> donald trump organizes his campaign around disparaging people. >> reporter: but jeb's real fight may be between the other governors running. polls show ohio's john kasich catching fire while new jersey's chris christie showing he'll do anything to win in new hampshire. even getting down on one knee but christie's biggest legacy in the granite state may be he sacked senator marco rubio's chances with that devastating blow during abc's debate where he called rubio out for
>> this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing is just not -- >> there it is. there it is, the memorized 25-second speech. >> reporter: overnight rubio seeming to repeat another phrase. >> raising our four children in the 21st century and we know how hard it's become to instill our values in our kids instead of the values to try to ram down our throats. in the 21st century it's become harder than ever to instill in your children the values they teach in our hopes and church instead of the values they try to ram our throats and movies and music and -- >> reporter: now the voting fast and furious here in londonderry. as for senator ted cruz he won the iowa caucuses, polling somewhere that that four-way tie for second place but lowering expectations saying none of the first four states in the primary cycle this time around are must win states. we'll see what happens, george. >> thank you, tom. joined now by governor john kasich. he's here with us in manchester right now.
notch, 2-1. nine voters total. >> we came out strong. >> is it true you called every single voter in that town. >> i did. >> 2-1 you won. >> it was great. >> a lot of the polls showing you got momentum in these final days. drawing the attention of governor jeb bush. putting out a web video ad calling it no comparison hitting your record for supporting obamacare, budget issues. how do you respond? >> i don't respond to that. i think, unfortunately, i hate to say it but jeb has taken the very low road to the highest office in the land and, george, i've been positive. we've had 106 town hall meetings, people come, they laugh. they cry. they talk about the things that matter to them. we've been positive, our ground game, gordon humphrey, the former senator says it's the best ground game he's seen in 40 years. last night we were out there in a driving snowstorm probably 300, 400 people standing out there cheering. it was like a movie set. i wish i could take it -- i
>> you seem excited. >> you could be the star. you could play me. >> where are you going to finish? >> we're going to finish very strong. i'm not like muhammad ali, i can't predict exactly what round or whatever but, look, i sent my bus, the magic bus down to south carolina last night. and we're heading there. >> that's my question. even if you do well here your opponents, rivals say you're out of money, not organized in other states. >> i love when my rivals say stuff like that. people have counted me all of my career and said i wouldn't get in the race, i couldn't raise the money, wouldn't get to new hampshire, wouldn't make the debate stage. i hope they keep underestimating me. there was another guy they under underestimated all the time, reagan. leave no one behind, grow the economy where americans were before and republicans and democrats and people respond to that. >> getting attention from democrats. a lot of independents here in new hampshire can vote in either
jon karl is in derry, new hampshire, with a couple that are choosing between you and hillary clinton. jon. >> reporter: hey, george, it's incredible with the folks here at marion's, how many people still now planning to vote after breakfast are not quite sure who they're going to vote for. right here fred daniels from nashua and as george just said, you are actually trying to decide between john kasich and hillary clinton but what's your question, you have a chance now, governor kasich, what do you want to know. >> governor kasich, i really appreciate you talking to us right now and i have had a chance to actually see you live. the question i have for you and all the candidates is, how are you going to get congress to listen to you and to understand what you want to accomplish? it's so divisive. it's so dysfunctional. how are you going to get these people together to make your things happen? >> you know, i've done it all my career. in fact, as chairman of the
with people like george stephanopoulos to get the budget balanced because we brought people together and we started putting the country first and didn't worry about the ideology so much or the party. i mean, it was a conservative program that got us the balance. we did it by working together and i've done it in ohio. you know what you do, you just -- you're fair with people. you don't have to cave in on your principles. if there's anything i can do it's the ability to get people to work together and realize our legacy will be determined by what we achieve. i've always said, sir, one of the things i'll do is get the birthdays of all the mothers and fathers of congress and call them on their birthdays so they'll call their sons and daughters and say don't mess with the president. he's really a good guy. we want your votes, sir. please. >> thanks for coming in. >> robin. >> that was refreshing. all right, george, now to the
we got to take a look hillary clinton at a polling station. this happened just moments ago there in new hampshire. she's taking aim at bernie sanders in new hampshire where the latest polls shows he still has a solid lead. abc's cecilia vega is tracking it all live in manchester for us, good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, robin. good morning to you. as you said hillary clinton just showed up to this polling station right outside greeting supporters. she said she plans to work today until every last work is cast. overnight, bernie sanders before a massive crowd making his final pitch. >> it is imperative that you and your friends do get involved in the political process. >> reporter: now just hours to go before the ballots are counted, the candidates rushing between stops and sanders rushing to help one supporter who fainted at one of his final rallies. >> oh.
>> can we have some water. >> she walked away. i think she's okay. >> reporter: hillary clinton overnight in the fight of her life and still making her case. >> you don't want to overpromise. the last thing we need is promises that can't be met. >> reporter: hoping big names help bring big numbers to the polls. her husband going on that rapid-fire attack accusing some sanders supporters of making offensive comments to hillary backers. >> to vicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane often not to mention sexist to repeat. >> reporter: i asked about those charges. do you think the sanders campaign is playing dirty? after a long pause finally an answer. >> no, i believe we ought to have the same rules for everybody. >> reporter: and the voting is already under way here at this polling station but now
michael bloomberg giving his first comments about jumping in. he is still considering it and calls the level of discourse in this race an outrage and insult to voters. george. rubio. election day right now and, boy, since that debate on saturday night, all your opponents are piling on. jeb bush piling on, chris christie, john kasich, donald trump, all questioning whether you're ready to be president. they smell blood. >> yeah, but that's what campaigns do. great to be targeted. that means you're doing something right. people don't waste time or money on people who aren't doing well. today is election day in new hampshire and we feel good about our team and i think voters realize i give the republican party the best chance to win. i'm as conservative as anyone in the field and so today's the day and i'm excited. >> have they gotten in your head even that glitch last night repeating yourself again. >> no, i'm doing it -- i'm not
we believe -- my whole campaign is built on this idea that the country's headed in the wrong direction as a result of deliberate effort on the part of this president to put in place policies that change the relationship of government to our economy and america's role in the world so i'm going -- that is the core of our campaign. we look forward to continuing to say that. >> can you still come in second. >> i don't know where we'll finish in terms of second, third our fourth. i know trump is a clear front-runner. and some people haven't campaigned anywhere else but here so it's a pretty unusual setup today but we feel really good and looking to finish strong and head on to south carolina. that campaign really begins a 13-day sprint that begins wednesday but we'll finish strong here. we have a great team here and obviously everyone needs to vote today. >> one in five voters make up
>> right. >> for those watching. if the debate gave them pause, what's your pitch to them? >> look, first of all, i don't think it gave many pause. if you look at a biometric we looked at from fund-raising to interest on the web to google debate. the media is fixated on the first ten minutes especially in a place like new hampshire. i have more national security experience and foreign policy experience than anyone else on the republican side. by far. and beyond that i would say i give our party the best chance to do three things, to unify, to grow and to win. just yesterday poll comes out and says if i'm the nominee i beat hillary in new hampshire so i think voters understand i'm as qualified and as conservative as anyone in this race but i give us the best chance -- time. >> we'll go to polling places starting right now and look forward to flipping a few mean the difference.
>> thanks, i appreciate it. >> and you're looking live at chris christie's campaign headquarters in bedford, new hampshire. all the campaign will be working all through this day. the polls close -- most close at 7:00 p.m. some open until:00. owe 8:00. to amy for the rest of the headlines. >> hey, george, good morning. at least eight people have been killed and 150 others injured after two passenger trains collided head-on today in a rural area of southern germany. rescue helicopters had to lift people on a rope across the river to ambulances on the other side. the cause of this crash is under investigation. and there are new steps this morning to curb the spread of the zika virus. the cdc has elevated its emergency operation center to the highest alert level with staff working around the clock. president obama asking congress for nearly $2 billion to battle the virus and the state of emergency in florida has been expanded now to seven counties. well, an army deserter from
osama bin laden a beautiful man is now in federal custody. daniel freeney faces gun charges. agents say he supported isis calling for the killing of u.s. troops. in los angeles, the wind may have played a role in this gas station canopy crashing down. two workers were on it when it gave way. one was injured and the drivers of those car, thankfully, are okay. and some wild video. a man attacking people in a store with a three-foot sword as customers were screaming. remarkably nobody was seriously injured. the suspect is now in custody. police say he was under the influence of drugs. and finally one man didn't just lend a hand to police, he leapt a foot. watch as officers in england chase a drug suspect. the guy on the sidewalk, boink trips him. police are trying to track him down to thank him for doing all the legwork.
>> ah! >> we look forward to that every morning. what you'll come up with. >> you're so good. >> thank you. >> thank you there, amy. people still talking about the super bowl and some things that happened after the game. >> the super bowl is over but the postgame controversy, that seems to be far from over. people are calling cam newton a sore loser over this moment when he walked out of a media session after three minutes but now we may know why. take a look and listen. >> the loo the box, force y'all to throw the ball. can you throw the football. that was the game plan. >> that voice in the background is chris harris jr. talking about the broncos strategy and people say cam overheard those comments and it could have pushed him over the edge. here's what harris jr. himself said about the incident. >> i would have been mad too if i was cam being able to just -- to be able to hear your opponent
i get it. you're upset and emotional but you're the mvp of the league and had a bad game and he's just saying what the game plan was. you. it's not personal. >> it wasn't trash talking. >> it was about strategy. you have to take it. >> sportsmanship. >> i've had to do it. >> you got to take the bad with >> all right. thank you there, michael. how about the snow, rob. >> causing a lot of problems on the roadways. want to show you this video out of madison, connecticut, horrifying depth on i hief -95. shot up the road on i-95. jackknifed tractor trailer there. a lot of snow yesterday. about 9, 10 inches in spots and pore coming in. eastern third of the country, the system will see some random accumulations, west of philly, 6
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good morning, america. i voted for donald trump. >> good morning, america. and i voted for john kasich. >> good morning, america. i voted for bernie sanders. >> those are just some of the voters here in new hampshire voting in the nation's first primary. you see the polling place right there in nashua, new hampshire. the voting has already begun. it begins at midnight for the new hampshire primary. some votes actually counted. they'll be voting all through the day. abc's jon karl is with some of them in derry, new hampshire. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. as you know independent voters just dominated here in new hampshire and they are famous
their mind. we had a poll just yesterday, george, that showed 44% of likely republican voters in this state saying they still haven't made up their minds going into today. one of them right here, jonathan, now, as i understand you voted for barack obama in in '08 and 2012 and now you're undecided between who? >> kasich and christie. >> so, you went from obama to kasich or christie? >> correct. >> that's one of the amazing things.
we have a lot of undecides and independents here in marion's diner. they can vote. these independents, either the republican or democratic primary and so many of them still now getting ready to leave the vote, still haven't firmly made up their mind. >> they love their independents in new hampshire. that's why the moderate state is live free or die. thanks, jon karl. back up to rob. you see a bunch of people behind me too. lawn signs everywhere here in new hampshire. >> looks that way. all right, george, thank you.
race for the white house all morning long. right now the father of that young teen murdered in virginia is now speaking out saying he and his wife tried to do everything they could to protect their daughter. abc's eva pilgrim is here with that story. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning. this case sounding alarm bells on social media for parents. nicole lovell's father talks about his daughter this morning. the father of nicole lovell speaking out for the first time since learning the details of his daughter's death. >> i know she fought like a wildcat. i mean, she's my d. >> reporter: two virginia tech students, 18-year-old david eisenhauer
and 19-year-old natalie keepers are behind bars accused of allegedly plotting to murder the 13-year-old for weeks. authorities say eisenhauer had an inappropriate relationship with her, communicating with her on social media. lovell's father telling dr. phil her family tried to step in after finding out she was
>> my daughter in ohio had dug around in nicole's instagram accounts and kik and so on and screen shotted me a few of those. >> reporter: abc news finding this screen shot of her kik account showing that around thanksgiving she was chatting with a guy named david. >> they had actually had some very vigorous and on point discussions about her social media activity in november and december leading up to this. they had taken her phone away from her because they felt like she was having some inappropriate conversations. >> reporter: one of lovell's friends telling abc news she referred to eisenhauer as hr boyfriend. authorities say eisenhauer told them he saw her the night she disappeared giving her a hug before going home. four days later police finding the girl's body 80 miles from her home, about two miles from eisenhauer's grandparents' home. >> i'd like to be locked up in
i'm pretty sure i could get answers out of him. he took my little girl. >> reporter: both students are still behind bars, neither interred inter have entered a plea. this has shaken the student, still in shock at these charges. >> they're still children doing this. that they're going on social media. >> still on social media. sometimes they don't realize the repercussions of what though post post. >> the stories are so critical. >> more of the father's interview with dr. phil tomorrow. thank you, eva. changing gears now to the latest on that royal caribbean cruise heading back to new jersey this morning after getting caught in hurricane-force wins and a map showing its last known position and linsey davis is in bayonne, new jersey, with the latest. good morning to you, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, lara. that ship is expected to return
wouldn't have to endure yet another storm. some of the firsthand accounts from passengers are really quite terrifying. among those on board the editor of "the detroit free press." the ship tilting so far he said he was scared and told his wife he loved her. rough seas causing the cruise ship to turn around. it's on its way back to new jersey in morning after hurricane-force winds and 30 to 40-not waves prevented it from making it to its final destination of the bahamas. >> cabinets slamming open. >> reporter: passengers used cell phones to capture scenes that looked like they were right out of the "titanic." massive waves slammed it as it ran into a rough storm off the carolina coast not long after
the captain ordering the 4500 passengers and 1600 crew members hours. >> the amount that things were shifting around our room was a little frightening. >> reporter: four passengers suffered minor injuries, now some on board blame the captain. >> i'm really concerned about the captain's judgment in this situation. i really resent the fact that he put 6,000 people's lives at risk taking us into a storm that was predicted. >> reporter: royal caribbean apologized to passengers in a statement monday adding "while the weather was unpleasant, the ship remained seaworthy at all times. we thank the captain and crew for guiding the ship safely back to better weather." the cruise line is promising a full refund to all passengers and a 50% discount for a future cruise. one senator is calling for an ntsb investigation into why the cruise ship left the port in the first place when a storm was in the forecast for days. lara. >> that is a very good question. thank you so much, linsey. coming up on "good morning
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sage test text1 underline test text1 italics test text1 plai we are back now with an abc news exclusive. reality star teresa guidice opening up go her life in prison in her new memoir, "turning the tables," after spending 11 1/2 months behind bars. we sat down with her just a few weeks after her release. while she is working to get her life back to normal, the teresa family still has a tremendous amount of challenges ahead. >> for what? what am i apologizing for? oh, my god. >> reporter: with her no nonsense attitude -- >> we're here to discuss -- we're not here to play games. >> reporter: and explosive personality. teresa guidice shot to stardom as a real housewife of new jersey but beneath it all authorities say there was a
a federal investigation into the teresas s guidices were partially funded by ill-gotten gains. her and her husband were charged for obtaining more than $5 million fraudulently. >> over the better part of a decade they were engaged in a scheme to defraud financial institutions and the irs and pled guilty including conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud. did you know you were breaking the law? did you know you were committing a crime? >> definitely not. i didn't know i was committing a crime. the government saw it differently. i got sentenced. i got served time. >> reporter: and she began that sentence on january 5th last year turning herself into a federal prison to serve 11 1/2 months behind bars. you went from teresa guidice, the reality star, the wife, the mother to an inmate number.
>> it broke my heart because, you know, i was always growing up the good girl. always did everything right. >> do you remember your inmate number. >> yes, 65703-050. >> reporter: and her life as an inmate was a far cry from the one we see on tv. your life was stripped down to the bare minimum. no makeup. no purses, fancy clothes. what was left when you were there in prison with all of that removed? >> it was teresa guidice, you know, the person that i am. everything that you just said, i don't need any of it. i was fine just being just who i am. >> some would says you had it easy. you went to danbury. it's like being sent to the country club of jails. how would you describe -- >> it was no country club. trust me at all. i mean, there was mold in the
water constantly. the shousers were freezing cold. it was -- it was hell. it was like, you know, it was definitely living in hell. >> what was the worst part about the experience? >> just being away from my daughters and joe. that's the worst part. >> and to get through the days she says sticking to a routine helped. >> i had a job in the kitchen. i wiped tables. three days a week, wednesday, thursday, friday. that was my job and got paid 12 cents an hour. i spent at the commissary. my first paycheck was $1.60. the only thing they give you is toilet paper and maxi pads. the girls were amazing there. anybody anybody needed help we helped each other. >> was there ever a moment where you feared for your life. >> i wasn't scared. it's not like i was terrified.
hold my own but i mean there was fights that went on. so i mean believe me, they were trying to start drama with me but i just -- i walked away. >> you're used to drama. >> yeah, it was nothing like being on "the real housewives of new jersey." let me tell you. and i thought "real housewives of new jersey" was drama. let me tell you, when you go to prison it's a whole different -- there's a lot of drama. >> now she's taking all she's learned from her incarceration and writing about turning a new leaf in her memoir, "turning the tables." you write about some of the bad experiences with the paparazzi, with the media being unfairly targeted. but then why continue with the real housewives series and write a book and stay in the spotlight? >> good question. it's my life now. it's what i know and i live in new jersey. i don't live in hollywood. so the paparazzi isn't always staked out at my house. during the legal situation that's where the paparazzi came around a lot more.
months in prison. there is the possibility he could be deported. would you move to italy with the girls if that ended up becoming reality? >> we're just taking one day at a time. i'm just, you know, happy to be home. we're just enjoying every moment like living in the moment. we really are. >> and you can see more of my interview with teresa tomorrow on "nightline" and in our next hour we will talk to teresa live. she is there in studio with us. coming up next, though, first on "good morning america," the college gymnast setting the internet on fire. ooh. go-girl. >> she is so good. pmedicare part d prescriptions, walgreens says, carpe med diem. pseize the day to get more out of life and medicare part d. pjust switch to walgreens for savings pthat'll be the highlight of your day. now preview the cost of your copay before you fill. you can even get one-dollar
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is that what your:30 says. >> they always do, baby. >> so, i want everybody to have a festive and safe fat tuesday. happy mardi gras to everyone. amy, you had a chance to sit down with teresa guidice at her home but she'll be here live. >> she's here for her first live interview on "good morning america" and will talk about what's next for her daughters as her husband joe gets ready to serve his own sentence. she'll answer your questions. a lot to talk about. george is in new hampshire where those first votes in the primary are being cast. george. >> that's right, robin. look at donna brazile. we'll talk to her. she's ready for mardi gras, as well. but the votes are beginning already here in new hampshire. first votes at midnight will go through the whole day here and i want to go straight to new
restaurant. >> just how high the stakes here, no republican has gone on to win the republican primary without coming in first or second in new hampshire over the past 64 years. >> thank you. >> reporter: after his loss in iowa this morning, front-runner donald trump has something to prove. then you'll win here in new hampshire. >> if we don't win here and elsewhere then we're not going to win as a country. >> reporter: he holes a double digit lead headed into the first primary of 2016. >> this is sort of our final love fest, all right. >> reporter: but new hampshire voters are famously fickle. >> don't underestimate new hampshire independent voters. >> reporter: so many undecided at the 11th hour candidates
are putting on the hard sell. >> i think voters realize i give the republican party the best chance to win. i'm as conservative as anyone in this field. >> if there's anything that i can do it's the ability to get people to work together. >> 4 hours to go. >> i know, i know.
>> reporter: how does it feel? >> i think we're going to do really will. >> reporter: on the democratic side it's bernie sanders with a big lead. >> the people of new hampshire will have the opportunity to say that enough is enough. >> reporter: hillary clinton is fighting hard for new hampshire votes right to the end. >> you don't want to overpromise. the last thing we need is promises that can't be met. >> reporter: and, george, here at maryann's diner in new hampshire. we have still have a lot who are about to vote. who either hasn't made up their mind or could change their mind? we got -- that's about 40% of the audience
here which is where it stands in new hampshire. these people still on their way to their polls could still change the mind -- their minds. >>ing o. i'm getting a little skeptical with that, jon, but thanks very much. it is getting late. i'm here with donna brazile and matthew dowd.
the republican side, you know, you would have thought a week ago after new hampshire it would be a three-person race. ted cruz, donald trump, marco rubio. but now a real scramble. you could have five or six come out of here. >> three have a rest surveying on the ship coming out. but there's one or two more that will book one. john kasich looks like he'll go on to south carolina and then somebody else. i think you'll have some that will stay in the race but this now looks like it'll go into south carolina a five-person race instead of a four or three-person race. >> it could go on for months. >> into april and may for sure. side. hillary clinton coming into the sanders. she was behind barack obama i think by about eight points eight years ago. managed to win. that's unlikely this time. >> last time around, george, she was able to make up the difference with unmarried women in the closing days of the campaign. this time her campaign is really
can reconnect with those women and try to close the generation gap. if she's able to do that she'll end up losing but gracefully. >> meantime, there is some talk about a campaign shake-up on the clinton side. >> i talked to a lot of people last night. let me tell you, george, it's very demoralizing to put that statement out before the big day but john podesta pushed back and said there's no changes but you always -- when you lose something you have to recalibrate. they'll probably recalibrate before super tuesday. >> donna brazile, matthew dowd, thank you very much. we'll be on this all day long. "world news" will be live from manchester tonight and i'll be standing by with our whole team to bring you results as they come in. back to new york. >> time for some news this morning. we begin with the high fire risk in the west today. record heat in los angeles is combining with high winds wrapping up the fire danger in the plains, heat and wind gusts are up to 50 miles and they are fueling wildfires in oklahoma that blinded drivers and forced
more in rob's forecast coming up. a deadly train collision. two passenger trains collided head on in this rural area killing at least nine people. 150 others injured and no word yet on why those trains were on the same track. well, the developer who built an apartment building toppled during saturday's earthquake in taiwan now arrested. he could be charged with negligent homicide for using materials like tin cans bill the high-rise. about 100 are still believed to be buried in that rubble. new research on the dangers of concussions. a new study finding suffering just one concussion could triple your long-term risk of committing suicide. doctors say the research shows the lasting effects that even a mild head injury can have on mood and behavior. and in florida, an army skydiver got his parachute tangled up in power lines when his training exercise went off course. firefighters brought in their ladders to get him down. he is thankfully okay this
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welcome back to "gma." go right over to amy who is sitting down with teresa guidice for her first live tv interview since leaving prison. amy. >> all right, thank you, guys. well, teresa yooud is one of the stars of "the real housewives of new jersey" but for the past year she was also known as inmate 65703050. guidice spent 11 1/2 months in prison for tax fraud and writes about it all in her memoir, "turning the tables" and in our last hour we showed you our conversation back at home in new jersey, now teresa is here for her first live tv interview since her release, welcome. >> thank you. >> it's a big deal today because you get to leave your home. you were under house arrest even though you returned back in december. this is the first time you're getting out. how does it feel getting out. >> it feels great to be home with my daughters, with my husband. and i mean, even though i was on house arrest, i was able to do things but i just had to, you know, i had to let my probation officer where -- what i was doing.
>> now i don't -- there's no questioned. i could take my kids to all their activities because that was my biggest thing like i just wanted to drive them to all their activities. >> you want to be back to being full time mom. >> last night i didn't get home till past 8:00 driving them all over. call me miss taxi. >> part of your sentence was to pay back the more than $400,000 you owed in restitution. in addition your house was in foreclosure. what's your financial situation right now. >> restitution is paid off. my house is not in foreclosure anymore, thank god and everything is good. >> in your book you write about how difficult it was to leave your four daughters at home. we asked our viewers to send us questions for you and ngata atalie asked what lesson will you teach them about your experience? >> before you sign something, make sure you completely understand it and read everything. >> i know that before you left for danbury, you told your younger girls you were going
you didn't explain to them you were going to prison. what will you tell them about their dad leaving, joe is going to spend the next 3 1/2 years behind bars. he leaves next month. will you tell them that their father is going to jail? >> no, we said, you know, mommy is going to go to work first and i told them mommy was going to write a book and i had to live at camp, which i call prison. you know, which is prison, obviously and had to go through the experience and that's what mommy was writing about then we say when mommy comes home daddy will go to work. >> joe is your childhood sweetheart. how did this experience impact your marriage. don't read first. do you in any way blame joe for what happened to you? >> no, i don't. no, there was -- you know, there was legal people around us also which signed those papers and, you know, something that happened and i'm not going to
i'm just going to move forward and look at the future. >> what impact has this all had on your marriage? >> if anything -- i mean really it made it stronger. it really has. i mean, you know, and we've been married 16 years and it's going strong. >> so you've been home for a little over a month now. after you got home and hugged your family and did what was important, i want to know what was the first luxury you treated yourself to that you had been denied when you were in prison? >> just spending time with my daughters. that's it. that's all i wanted to do and spend time with joe. >> that makes a lot of sense. what were the things that you other than your daughters dreaded most about prison, what you would have to live without? >> being there? >> yeah. >> just my daughters and joe. i didn't care about the food. i didn't care about anything. i didn't care. i didn't care about clothes. you know, i was fine. not wearing makeup every day, i just missed my daughters. they're my life. i mean, i live for them.
after you give birth like it's like, you know, you can't live without them. >> and yet you had to for 11 1/2 how did you pass the time? we heard in our piece when we sat down you talked about you had a job in the kitchen but you also had a lot of other free time on your hand. what did you do? day. i did yoga. yoga changed my life. i'm going to get certified in yoga. i just went to my first class. i did a lot of pilates, did a lot of running. so we had a great track, thank god for that. you know, we were able to go outside. >> and you actually -- a lot of this will be detailed in the seventh season of "real housewives" so what will we see you? how much will you show the cameras about your experience the last 11 months. >> i'm an open book. so, i'm going to -- i'm going to share my whole life and when you read my book you'll see that i -- you know, everyone will get
to -- in my 20s to when i got married to when i gave birth and how it was when i was away, and being on "the real housewives of new jersey." >> i know something you can clear up right now. a lot of controversy about how to pronounce your last name so we're all supposed to call you teresa guidice, not guidice. >> that's the italian way. you know how to say it but you know what, joe and i are fine with saying guidice. >> it's teresa and joe guidice. >> yes. >> "turning the tables" is available now and let's go outside to rob. >> hey, amy, out with mardi gras people. joe from baton rouge. we're celebrating mardi gras all over the country. some of the cities where they do it best, new orleans, 52. mobile, 52. gulfport, mississippi, 52. chili ly with a windchill in the
parts across florida. >> good morning. i am cindy fitzgibbon. a lot of clouds. there could be some icy spots out there. some ocean effect snow bands going out here. even down toward the cape >> laissez bon temp roulet. >> thank you, rob. now to the growing concern about the zika virus. with at least 50 confirmed cases in the united states, the white house has announced it's asking congress for nearly $2 billion to combat its spread. how can you protect yourself? "consumer reports" is reissuing its exclusive list of the most
details. >> reporter: this morning, concerns surrounding the zika virus at an all-time high. the cdc raising their zika response to the highest level of activation, assigning staff to work 24/7 on the response. and while the world continues to spray pesticides to try to kill off the mosquitoes, what can you do to keep from being bitten? >> deet is safe and effective. >> reporter: "consumer reports" re-releasing ratings from mosquito repellents, high highlighting their results regarding the '80s ee mosquito. these three the most ee ffective. picaridin, natrapel and deep woods. >> the zika virus was the one that contained neither 25% deet or 20% picaridin.
>> reporter: those infected with zika can get fever, rash, joint pain or red eyes and when pregnant women become infected, it's been linked to a severe birth defect called microcephaly. while the cdc says it's safe to use insect repellent while pregnant or nursing they say pay close attention to the directions on the label. for good morning good morning, linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> all right, thank you. joining us now from his lab at the university of maryland and college part, an expert in mosquitoes and professor of entity molg is michael ross. good to see you again. we heard in "consumer reports" -- the specific rules on how to apply it. >> number one, these products go on exposed skin and clothing, never underneath clothing. the other thing is you hold these about a foot away. on. just a couple little squirt,
and if you're going to do your face and your neck and you should apply it to your hands first, rub it on your hands then gently put it on your face, not in the eyes, around the nose, around the neck and same thing goes for your kids. don't let kids put these on by yourself. >> you have a demo for us right now to show us? >> i sure do. fear. i've got 350 blood thirsty mosquitoes. i tested them out earlier. they were hungry, was really getting bitten. let's see how well our pi care /- picardin works. we're going in, robin. you don't have -- you don't have to worry. these ones do not have zika. all right, these have been raised in isolation. look at this. nobody is biting. this is where the protection
this is going to help us be safe from zika and especially pregnant women and women that plan to get pregnant, they need to put on this protection before they go to the caribbean, south america, central america, so do this, you'll be safe. >> so no bites? they were just landing but no bites. >> just landing, no biting. these things really, really work well. i've used them in the rain forest really well and these are the products i use when going into the rain forest. >> michael raupp, good to know. ooh. i thought he was going to get bit. lara. >> thank you, robin. let's begin "pop news" with a little amy schumer news. her girl squad keeps getter ing better. goldie hawn is in talks to play her on-screen mom. the as yet untitled movie is said to be a comedy about a family vacation gone write by
also "the ghostbusters" reboot. the first movie goldie has been in since 2002. we haven't seen her since "the banger sisters" in a film. a new movie with the reigning queen of comedy would be a welcome return. bring it on. this is a hollywood match made in heaven. >> one of my all-time favorites. >> so excited for that. also in "pop news" this morning, when beyonce comes to town she better have lodgings fit for a queen, right? where did the super bowl superstar stay this past weekend? how about an airbn. b. it was a $10,000 airbnb but gives major cache to the brand. it was in lost altos and has five bedrooms. 8 half baths. infinity pool and pictures she shared. she posted this on facebook and said, it was a super weekend, airbnb.
gwyneth paltrow shared pictures of her puerto vallarta villa rented by airbnb. with their furniture you can get deals on. >> we were out -- we didn't stay in those -- >> i didn't have that view out my window. >> no infinity pool. >> but wouldn't you think they might stay in a very high-end hotel. this is sort of a trend and you can get -- >> staying in a high-end home. >> beyonce is probably scrolling through the internet deciding which to pick. >> beyonce slept here. >> which makes it better for next time. >> i'm just going to have to save the third one for you. we'll have to wait till tomorrow because we ran out of time. >> is it a walrus? >> it's part of it. you read that, didn't you? >> a mammal.
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i love this tune. when you wish upon a star, jesse, you might just win the super bowl and a trip to the happiest place on earth, there's super bowl champ peyton manning celebrating at disneyland with all the stars. his adorable twins. >> he didn't waste any time. >> not at all and the parade in denver is today. that's full on. sea of orange. congratulations, peyton. >> also, take a look at this photo. here is your oscars class of 2016. every nominee all together. we're taking you behind the scenes with them all ahead on the biggest night in hollywood
marcus samuelsson. he is teaming up with robin, taking on our $5 dinner challenge. question pull it off? i think he can. >> i love -- >> smells delicious. >> he is so good. >> uptown chicken on the cheek. >> i like that. >> bruno. >> singing that. >> uptown chicken on the cheap. less than three weeks to go till oscar sunday. who has their dress? >> not yet. >> i got mine. >> rob does. rob raised his hands. >> all sequinned up. all the nominees are celebrating together gathering for the exclusive nominees luncheon in beverly hills. chris connelly was also there. check it out. >> i need to hold my husband. >> reporter: in "the danish girl" swedish born alicia vikander's character brims with tenderness and understanding. >> you know what i got to say. >> reporter: in "the hateful eight." jennifer jason lee is no gentle
each nominated for the first time as supporting actor and at the luncheon in beverly hills each shared how the academy awards' lure has been part of their lives since childhood. >> i used to watch the oscars but that was like watching cinderella on tv. it was very, very distant, a dream far, far away. >> all the pageantry and beautiful clothes and acceptance speeches and tears and all of that, you get so swept up in it as a kid, so to even be doing this interview is kind of surreal for me. >> brie larsonen. >> reporter: for brie larson from "room" acclaim coming after 20 years of showbiz struggle that began in youth full determination. >> i had a dream last night that i was hanging out with my 7-year-old self and i said it's going to take 20 years before you get any sort of recognition for it and i saw my 7-year-old self go. >> reporter: nominated for "spotlight."
set of ensemble acting set by tom mccarthy. >> that's rare when actors kind of sub blip mate their own egos to serve, it's super rare. i think that's part of why i think the movie is exciting to see this group of people playing at that level but in a way that is just purely to serve the storytelling. >> reporter: and while no one knows if leonardo dicaprio will win best actor for "the revenant" he has a guaranteed treat in store, that according to nominee sam smith. i've been near >> reporter: will sing live his song from "spectre" "writing's on the wall." >> looking at ten rows of the best-known actors -- >> i'm going to sing directly to lee joe. only leo and before i'm doing this for you, babe. >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> it's going to be a good one
28th right here on abc and we do have your post awards after-party on "gma." the morning after which is still the night to us. jesse. >> i love after parties. time to check in on our "10 dates in 10 states" adventure. abc producer erica scott is in the home stretch. two-stepping her way across the country and learning about love and the chemistry behind it. take a look. >> i'm now more than halfway through this incredible coast-to-coast journey and had my seventh date in the lone star state of texas. hi, nice to meet you. how are you? >> i stopped in austin and met up with amir and we went horse. >> i haven't two-stepped since just follow me. all right. >> that i can do. >> so far i've had all these dates set up online or by a friend or colleague.
ceo of fumble set me up. their headquarters in austin so i stopped over there to get an idea of what makes their app so different. how is bumble changing the dating game. >> only women make the first move. oftentimes women won't make the first move because they're concerned about the perception on the other end. >> how can you know if you have chemistry by spending five seconds looking at their profile. this doctor shays a woman is looking to are a couple things. >> biologically she's looking for the healthy specimen saying this is good genetic material. it's going to last. >> all dates have been fun but made me think about chemistry and what's going on chemically in your brain when you're on the dates. >> you have an increase of dopamine, the hormone of reward so you're psyched and addicted like gambling. you have the hormone of oxytocin which is bonding so you feel knuckly and cuddly and have a decrease in the hormone of
you can't stop thinking about that other person. >> i'm still trying to figure out what exactly it is i'm looking for but i am having a lot of fun along the way. >> and joining us live from austin, texas, abc producer erica scott and, erica, i hope there. it's been a whirlwind tour and heard you say when you fall in addiction. so when you have a breakup, a withdrawal? >> yes, so, according to our experts you actually can become chemically dependent on your partner so when you go through a breakup you experience the same loss of dopamine like you would like withdrawal from a drug so the same brain areas that process body pain light up when you experience a big social rejection. so personally i think it's totally justified to finish a pint of ice cream when going through a breakup. >> what about chemistry. people are looking for that right off the bat. if you don't have it right away
>> yeah, so chemistry develops the more you attach with someone by sharing inter mat mate secrets, any kind of time spent with somebody so maybe share that ice cream. >> we all need to know, erica, how do you pack for ten dates in ten different states? >> so, norm amelie i'm really a light packer. but actually obviously i had to be very well equipped. i have everything from my ski parka to the wet shirt from hawaii and a ton of equipment. all my shoes obviously, but camera stuff and i had to get a few postcards which i've not had any time to mail yet. sorry, mom and dad and my diary because i got to keep it all to myself sometimes. >> well, obviously, erica, you're doing such a great job. >> i'm sensing some chemistry between erica and jesse. >> i was just going to say that. >> guys, my dopamine levels are
>> i was -- robin, i was just thinking that. that we might have an 11th date. >> save room in that -- in your suitcase there, erica. thank you very much for joining us. >> blushing. >> i got to go to the tag. you can follow her on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! #teninten. we got to go outside to rob. >> you're so red. >> speaking of states, one from texas. this young lady has been watching us for 35 years, miss virginia harper. where are you from in texas? >> dallas. >> why did it take so long to visit us. >> i've been working a lot. i'm here now. >> are you retired now? >> yes. >> congratulations. we're so happy you came to see us on this chilly day. look at this in scituate, massachusetts. gusting over 45 miles an hour.
windchills dropping not only across the great lakes but down to the south minus one sunday morning in raleigh. >> good morning. i am cindy fitzgibbon. today, mainly cloudy. we will go up to the upper 20' s lower 30' s. more widespread snow showers tomorrow, may pr >> this weathercast is brought to you by liberty mutual. what's in that coffee cup? you're hiding it. >> chai tea. >> something that couples rarely talk about, merging their finances. we spoke to a financial expert to get her take on how you can plan your financial future together and abc's rebecca jarvis has that story.
met 2 and a half years ago. >> somebody who loves dogs, how can you not fall in love with. >> reporter: plan to get married this summer. talking about merging finances has been a challenge. >> for me talking about money is very uncomfortable. >> reporter: according to a "newsweek" poll, 40% of couples say they did not talkabout financial issues prior to getting married. >> you're not just talking about money. you're talking about choices. >> reporter: so we brought in this woman, author of "financial intimacy" to help this couple plan their financial future together. >> please come in. welcome. >> reporter: her number one tip. >> sit down and map out what are your goals, what are my goals and what are our goals? >> her advice, be open about finances. list each person's assets, debts and expenses. have a transition plan. decide if you want to merge bank accounts, who will play what financial roles like paying bills and managing investments. and keep the conversation going after you're married.
what i call money dates. >> she says planning your wedding is a starting point. >> that's a perfect entree into some of the more awkward pieces of the conversation about money. >> reporter: beginning a life together on the right financial footing. for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> hey, one way to save money is have a $5 dinner so coming up we have our $5 dinner challenge. chef marcus samuelsson is teaming up with robin and revealing his dish all coming up next. "gma's" real money brought changing the way you think of
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the chef was terrific yesterday and back with our $5 dinner challenge giving celebrity chefs a $5 budget to create a well-balanced meal for two using just that and whatever is in the pantry. this morning, we have a food network star and owner of red rooster in harlem. here is celebrity chef marcus samuelsson. come on out. hello, marcus. whoo! >> how are you? >> mwah. $5. that's it. what's in the bag? >> we got this. i don't know what ming did yesterday. he was at $4 something -- listen, this is -- we got
>> drumsticks for 2.20 $2.20. should you buy the whole chicken -- >> on a budget drumsticks are great and it'll get you there. you know, if you want -- would like to get a whole bird, yeah, you can do that but it'll cost you more. >> $2.19 for these. >> what else you have. >> couscous. this could be a great supplement and it's only about 79 cents >> that's it. so that's -- >> we can be healthy and trendy and good at the same time. >> kale. >> it's kale. you know what, 64 cents. this is going to be just $3.60. kale. it spoils before i can use it all. any suggestions. >> i'm having a little pickle ing >> wonderful. i got to try that. these are the three. what is the total? >> 3.62. i don't know what gayle is going
>> now you got to put it together. >> i'll go to the pantry. we can use items out of here. it's not cheating. what do you need? >> affordable doesn't mean it's not going to taste wonderful. cayenne. affordable doesn't mean it's not going to taste good so i got -- actually made a marinade. a little soy and ginger. >> can never go wrong with ginger. >> healthy and a little bit of this spice rub, paprika and cayenne. marinate it for two hours then we put in a little bit of flour in can you smell it already? >> right, we're just going to put that in there. all right, we're going to move straight in and put it in the pan. boom. >> right in the pan. >> you like like a little bird. >> i love. >> and to make the kale taste good i got peanuts and garlic. i love kale. welcome, guys. >> smelling so good. >> saute that. >> thank you.
>> i know. i knew some chicken would help out. getting bullied on national television. >> i saw that. >> are we -- >> when does the couscous come in? >> right here. >> ah. >> taste that. come on, robin, taste that. >> i would love to. >> take that little bit of couscous. we got a whole plate for you there. cooking for $5 does not mean it's not going to taste good. we did not have to compromise. we have 3.60. gives you $1.40 to spend. what do you want to spend it on? >> exactly. >> a lot think if you want to eat healthy or well you have to spend a lot of money and that's not the case. >> just learn how to cook. you will take care of leftovers and cook on a budget and you can taste delicious. even lara is eating this. are you eating this? are you enjoying it. >> the kale is fantastic. >> i love the gospel brunch. i used to love to go to that. where are you on the tally
look at that. >> wow. >> see what ming did. >> you are in the lead. >> by
a lot. >> all i know is we're going to eat well this week. >> with mario coming, gayle is coming. >> all of them. marcus, as always, you can get all these recipes at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! we'll be right back. >> no.
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giving fans a new perspective on family life while getting a lot of laughs. chris connelly sat down with the stars. >> reporter: hudson yang may justin 12 but few tv characters represent for old school music quite like his eddie huang on "fresh off the boat." >> represent like --
emory and ian chen 9 got up to speed on the culture of the 1990s when it's set. >> i had to learn a lot because i didn't know about a lot of stuff. >> yeah, yeah. >> i probably had to learn like a lot too like about the rap music, about the culture. >> reporter: lessons learned as a trip to the wardrobe trailer proves. >> this is a s a is a boyz ii men outfit from "end of the road." >> we re-enacted the actual video. end of the road >> reporter: along with the laughs, "fresh off the boat" looks to put across the rhythms and realities within the home of an asian-american family. >> yeah, that's incredibly rewarding and very meaningful to me. >> reporter: its significance is no secret to stars randall park and constance wu. >> with our chinese new year's episode i don't know if that topic has ever been explored in a family sitcom. >> having a chinese's new year's party but nobody cares enough to get it right. y'all ready for this who's ready for a dragon dance.
episode showcases the interplays between these-high achieve ing chasing the dream parents and their sons. >> our version of romance is doing taxes together. >> a quiet night alone gives us a chance to focus and not miss any crucial deductions. it's completely natural. >> reporter: for the wangs it works out in the end. sometimes it just takes some sweet moves. >> you know what i should do, the body rope. >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> it is a funny show. "fresh off the boat" airs at
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eye opener update. >> it is 8:56. city of boston. radar around the berkshires. there could be ocean effects but much of the day will be dry. we are 22 in boston, temperatures creep up near the chilly one. better chance of
snow showers tomorrow. >> how are the rose looking? >> minor delays on the rns line right now. and route 2 eastbound by route to a. -- route 2 a. right now, crews are on the scene of a truck crash. and oil truck slid on ice, hit a