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good morning, america. breaking overnight, that standoff in oregon turns deadly. a shoot-out erupts between the fbi and anti-government protesters. one of the leaders of the group killed. his supporters say the rancher was murdered with his hands in the air. our team on the scene right now. he's out, donald trump now saying he won't show up to thursday's debate taking on fox and megyn kelly. >> this is a lightweight. this is not a reporter. this to me is just a lightweight. megyn kelly shouldn't be in the debate. >> ted cruz challenging him to a personal show down. >> i would like to invite donald right now to engage in a one-on-one debate with me any time between now and the iowa caucuses. >> the trump campaign speaking out to "gma" this morning. that dangerous zika virus is
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white house, president obama in the situation room. the number of cases growing in the u.s. at least 20 thousand reported as airlines offer refunds to worried travelers. an abc news exclusive. >> i have lost my mind. >> the young doctor caught on camera violently confronting an uber driver speaking out for the first time, now suspended from the hospital facing threats online. what she really wants people to know about that night. she's joining us live only on ." and good morning, america. busy wednesday morning. robin on assign many. great to have lara back. michael is here. amy, everybody is here. never a dull moment, donald trump. >> no. >> he's pulled out of tomorrow's debate and see him unleashing on megyn kelly. did it again last night taking
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and his campaign manager will moment. >> a lot to talk about. first to the breaking news in oregon. the weeks' long standoff between government protesters and law enforcement turning deadly. the leader and several members of the group now under arrest. abc's neal karlinsky has the late in burns, oregon, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a dramatic and sudden turn of events here out here overnight with no warning. as a result all of the group's leadership has been taken into custody with the except of one armed rancher killed by law enforcement here overnight. this morning, a shoot-out between the armed occupiers of the federal wildlife refuge in rural oregon and police including the fbi has left one occupier dead and another wounded. group leader ammon bundy and his brother were arrested in the shoot-out and could be seen handcuffed face down on the road. the armed militia seized control of this national wildlife refuge
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occupied it ever since. group's spokesman lavoy finicum was killed in the shoot-out during a traffic stop outside the compound. he spoke with george earlier this month. >> we have no intent of pointing a gun at anybody. we must be clear, who's pointing guns at me and ammon, they have. who said we will shoot you, we never have. they have. >> reporter: ranch supporters claim he was murdered in cold blood. his daughter is saying the father of 11 had his hands in the air when he was shot. >> they just unloaded on him and just shot him like a whole bunch of times and they killed him. >> reporter: as a local hospital in the nearby town of burns went on lockdown while treating one suspect, authorities said at least eight were arrested including an online blogger who supported the group. >> women and children need to
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>> reporter: and john ritzheimer postings. >> nobody here will fire the first shot. >> reporter: it was in its 24th day and had been mostly peaceful but townspeople and oregon's governor had expressed frustration, the occupation had been allowed to continue so long. the big question no is what refuge. there are still people holed up in there but police have roadblocks. also a concern that lavoy finicum will be made a martyr. there was a lot of anger over his death at the hands of law enforcement. a lot of people writing in on the group's facebook page very, very angry. area. a dicey situation we'll continue george and amy. >> all right, neal carlin city, thank you. donald trump. five days from the iowa caucuses he's shaking up the race again. this time by pulling out of tomorrow's final debate before the first votes. we're going to talk to his campaign manager in just a moment.
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the latest from des moines, good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. the gop front-runner once again playing by his own rules, trump broke that news during a 30-minute news conference that was incredible to watch. he was absolutely livid. he went after fox news, megyn kelly, roger ailes and ted cruz vowing to take them all on he's out. donald trump says he will not participate in thursday's news. >> i won't be doing the debate. i'm going to have something else in iowa. we'll do something where we raise money for the veterans and the wounded warriors. we'll do something simultaneously with the debate. >> reporter: trump furious at fox news, on tuesday he posted this message to social media, attacking megyn kelly, one of the debate moderators. >> megyn kelly's really biased against me. she knows that. i know that. everybody knows that. do you really think she can be fair at a debate?
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with a press release mocking trump reading in part "we learned from a secret back channel that the ayatollah and putin both intend to treat donald trump unfairly" and "trump has his own secret plan to replace the cabinet with his twitter followers." >> they can't toy with me like they toy with everybody else. so let them have their debate and let's see how they do with the ratings. >> reporter: as for megyn kelly -- this >> this is a lightweight. megyn kelly shouldn't be in the >> reporter: the fox news anchor saying overnight her question to trump is the first debate about his treatment of women was fair game. >> i maintain it was a tough but fair question and we agreed to disagree. >> reporter: i asked trump if his rivals will now use this to their advantage. do you think by skipping the debate they'll attack your temperament. >> no, i think my temperament is great. i built a great corporation. i built a great company but i think when fox sends out their little like written by a child
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cetera, then i say let them have their debate. >> reporter: but overnight senator ted cruz insinuating trump is scared of megyn kelly. >> if he's unwilling to stand on the debate stage with the other candidates then i would like to invite donald right now to engage in a one-on-one debate with me any time between now and the iowa caucuses. >> reporter: now trump has a new fight brewing over his religion. jeb bush questioning if trump is even a christian at all. >> you don't think he's a christian. >> no, i don't know what he is. >> reporter: and this morning ted cruz hammering that attack about donald trump skipping the debate. he's actually launched a website called duckingdonald.com where he attacks had imfor missing the debate. as for fox news they released a statement overnight that reads in part "we can't give in to
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of employees." >> let's talk to his campaign manager. you heard it right there, cory. mr. trump is still welcome at the debate. any chance he'll show? >> well, george, it's great -- thanks for having me on. the short answer, i don't think so. look, here's where we are, megyn kelly is totally obsessed with mr. trump. she's done multiple shows on why he shouldn't be even involved in the race on television. she's completely obsessed with him. it's impossible to have a fair and honest debate. >> you know -- >> hold on, donald trump is the best debater on that stage. he's participated in six debates. he's won every single one by every poll. he's not afraid to debate anybody. he does more television and radio interviews than all other candidates combined and answered your questions including yours multiple times. the issue is one of fairness. >> let me press you on that, corey. >> mocking a front-runner, that's not appropriate to have someone like that on the debate stage. >> that's a separate issue from megyn kelly because, you know, you say that megyn kelly appears
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trump. right now it appears that he seems to be obsessed with her. jut put out a tweet saying i refuse call megyn kelly a bimbo because that would not be politically correct. instead i will only call her a lightweight reporter. why not go up on the stage and take the question. >> look, he's not afraid to take the question. been on six debate stages and won every single one and every poll said that and answers every question from every reporter including yours. he's happy to sit dunn and do interviews and answer the questions that the american people want to hear about. what fox wants to do is they want to have 24 million people tune in to watch donald trump so that their anchors can have the story about them. this is what happened in the first fox debate. no one was talking about the answers that the candidates gave, they were all talking about the moderator's questions, the exact same thing that happened with cnbc and the rnc removed them from future debates --
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about how about ted cruz's challenge, a one-on-one debate with donald trump before the iowa caucuses? >> look, ted cruz, if he's the last man standing and it comes down to a two-person race donald him. ted cruz talked about how gait his campaign is and has the greatest ground game in the history of iowa. what we see is his position on ethanol has flipped and flopped and governor bransome has said he should not be elected in the state of iowa, a remarkable feat for a sitting governor. we see that number of people have come out and basically said mr. trump is the best person in this race for the state of iowa and moving forward including -- >> corey -- >> including jerry falwell jr. it's up to the people of iowa to decide who ultimately on monday will be the caucus winner but i can tell you donald trump is in the state of iowa competing every dhar for votes. pro. aren't you worried about that possibility of an empty podium at tomorrow night's debate? >> look, you know what it is, when donald trump goes tomorrow
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we start raising money forounded warriors have multiples of millions of dollars raised for them and the american people tune in because they want to support that and fox goes back and say theyave had 24 million watching their debate instead of 1 million it's a disservice to the american people. you and i both know the only reason their ratings are as high the first debate is because donald trump was on the stage. highest rated cable television show in the history of tv andd trump was on the stage. people who bought advertising time thinking donald trump will ould disappointed when nobody decides to watch it because politicians are all talk, no action.
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>> our latest poll showing bernie sanders leading in iowa. catching up to hillary clinton nationally and while the race is really close here in iowa, sanders clearly has momentum. on hillary clinton in iowa, bernie sanders confidently minnesota. >> what a turnout.ernight 15,000 people turned out in st. paul after 6,000 flocked to see bernie sanders in duluth. >> as we're seeing that has the energy that has the enthusiasm, that has the momentum to take us all the way to the white house. [ cheers and applause ] today sanders visits the white house for a private meeting with president obama who just this week rejected comparisons between his historic 2008 campaign and is doing now. >> our children's future is
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their parents and the policies of theorter: in a new tv ad clinton's campaign touts her decades of experience which she told a crowd of 500 supporters to bernie sanders. >> that i'm not just shouting slogan, i'm not just engaging in rhetoric. i've thought this through. i have and when a supporter in iowa suggested clinton should appoint obama to the supreme court she seemed genuinely in has ever suggested that to me. wow. i love that. wow.ore good news for bernie sanders in iowa this morning. check out this new poll from quinnipiac university of iowa democrats, it putsnders with 49%, hillary clinton with 45%, going into this last week, another poll, george, showing bernie sanders pulling ahead in iowa. >> does there. we'll bring in matthew dowd, as well.
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trump and that big decision. let me begin with you, you just heard corey and trump won't show tomorrow night. does this hurt him or help him. >> we've gone from uncharted compass. i have no idea what this is going to do. i think it all turns on whether the voters in iowa think that it's a sign of strength that he's not doing it or a sign ofe don't know right now what the perception will be and that's where i think it will turn whether it's an asset or liability over the in ex-five day. >> what has worked for now he always appears to be strong and always to be unafraid to say whatever is on his mind. you've been reporting. his opponents saying he'aking tough questions. >> oh, and this is an incredibly high risk move, george, at a really bizarre time. everything seemed to bep's way. he was moving ahead, his largest margin nationally, moving ahead in iowa and then he does this
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corey about of having ant center stage, already his opponents are saying this is a sign that donald trump is just afraid to come out, at a fight and that is high risk. >> so going back to your analysis, matthew, is this seen as strength or weakness, what's your gut on where that goes? >> the short term reaction i think his voters, donald trump's voters will see it as a sign of strength. i think that's what the immediate reaction will be. on his capacity to grow because others see it as a sign of weakness but for the short term up to iowa i think they'll see it as a sign of >> thanks very much. a clarification from yesterday's interview with donald trump. i incorrectly identified a republican strategist in one of my questions, it was henry barber, not haley barbour. i apologize. a 23-year-old american
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planning a massacre at a masonicle in milwaukee pierre thomas has the latest. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the fbi claims it stopped a potential mass shooting on a scale bigger than charging a terror suspect out to spark a religious war allegedly. in jail this morning accused of plotting a killing spree targeting this milwaukee masonic temple. >> scary to say the least. you never know what's going to happen orter: the alleged plot laid out in chilling specificity, the plan to lock the doors of the temple and 30 people. using machine guns, equipped with silencers. according to the fbi, hamzeh sought to launch itr radicals touring it last week after practicing at a local firing range. agents say the 23-year-old american citizen was caught on surveillance tape describing incold-blooded mission.
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everyone. if this hit is executed, it will be known all over the world.tions will increase in america. the people will be scared. our abc news affiliate wsin learned hamzeh was recently fired from hi where he worked as a trainer for just three weeks. let go after he was allegedly aggressive what clients and disparaging to america. >> that shot up a huge red flag he was all out about how terrible the government we have yet he lives in america. >> reporter: but it was all a sting. the two other radicals were undercover working with the fbi.on launched in september of last year after the fbi learned of hamzeh's alleged radical thinking from an informant. the fbi says hamzeh wanted towo defend islam. he was arrested this week after allegedly buying machine guns and placing them in his car. amy, george. >> all right, pierre thomas with the latest thank you.
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leaving fast too. >> we lost half of thehe last three days. i want to show you a comparison of where i'm standing now, what it looked like during the blizzard on saturday, just almost aople walking through times square with no traffic and snow covered streets here around the 42nd street area and today obviously a whole diffeh even just the snowbanks down to about ankle level. the warmth is going to init. temperatures well above freezing but then a cold front comes through tonight, orning and stay cold
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. now time for a look at the forecast. on the radar, we're seeing dry ohio. earlier this morning we have in and no accumulation there. a light dusting and that has since moved on and out. it's t only that, pretty cold. 27 degrees right now in medina; 28 in akron. and good morning, menner. 29 degrees for you, starting off at 25 in cowe head throughout the day, we're expecting highs to be around 33 degrees and cloudy. have a great day. >> they are shedding layers out here, amy and george. come out and enjoy at now before it gets colder. >> coming up on "gma" that abc news exclusive, the doctor caught on camera attacking an uber driver, she joins us livef the story for the first time. then new concerns about the
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. we're following breaking news. a deadly explosion rocks the small town in tuscaroras county. >> and we ral gas my have caused it. what have you learned? >> the crews have been out here
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and they said the gas e explosion but they're investigating to find out what led up to that and police say happened after nine, and followed by the massive blaze. people say a man lived alone in the home and debris scattered in all the home next door is having major damage and across the street into the school yard. as a result -- as a result, closed today and we'll keep you updated. >> and we're struggling a little bit. and however, house and to the geauga line, and morning flurries there. affect snow is moving in and out. we're quiet throughout much of the morning and.
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in fremont, 24; 25 and it's cold out there. you factor in the wind and it feels cooler. and we're 20 degrees >> and we could see slick spots on bridges and overpasses. overall, no affect on the morning commute. and for you. 77 northbound 71 and 94 and 90. a disabled vehicle, this is in the right shoulder of 71 the road at e-90 and you could have some issues there. and let's look outside and show what you it's looking like right now. this is because of the
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welcome back to "gma." this video of a doctor attacking an uber driver making a lot of headlines and getting millions of views online. now she is joining usr side of the story in an abc news exclusive that is just moments away. also right now, donald trump making a lot of news again about tomorrow's gop it happens, says he's not going to do it and he's been challenged by ted cruz to a one-on-one debate this morning.ager said he would gladly debate cruz if it came down to a two-man race. new booking photos of the anti-government pging after that deadly shooting overnight and one protester killed. another wounded in the shoot-out.
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are remembering actor abe g his legacy and michael is going to have more on that coming up in a bit. >> he was one of the first viral stars before most of usat going viral was and played a role in "the godfather." >> "barnie miller" too. looking forward to thafrjts we begin with that young doctor at the center of that violentn uber driver. anjali ramkissoon is here to talk about what happened for the first time since that video went viral viewed more than 5 million times and we'll get tor this from abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: it's the video that spread like wildfire. >> i have lost myter: anjali ramkissoon is a fourth year neurology resident at one of miami's most ess teens hospitals but she was belligerent last week. >> i'm a five foot girl that weighs 100 pounds. i'm getting really reporter: caught on camera with an uber driver.
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downtown miami. >> call 911 please. >> reporter: rs her driver. it isn't. else. but still she demands he drive her after things get physical and she's pushed to the grnto the car and does this. many of you chiming in right away online via letter should not be practicing medicine. another saying, i wouldn't go anywhere near the facility for medical care if she continues to work there. and another be arrested and charged with assault. but the driver speaking to local charges. >> she was like screaming, cursing, you know, calling me names. >> reporter: ramkissoon now on administrative leave from the hospital while it conducts anon and uber has suspended her. for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> dr. anjali ramkissoon joins us now.a." thanks for coming on this
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that video is so hard for all of us to watch. i can't imagine what it's like for you. when you look at it what do you see a person that is not me, that's -- i'm ashamed. i still can't watch the entire every time someone brings it up or tries to ask me what was happening at this point, i can't. >> so what was happening? >> i was really -- a lot had day actually. the events leading up to that point, my father had been placed in the hospital and just minutes prior to that the uber driver, my boyfriend and i of two years had just broken up so he went home, i was there by myself. >> you guys have beenes, and i knew that i had had a few drinks so i decided -- actually i had driven to that place that night. but i did not want to drive my left my car there and that was why i was trying to get the uber to get home.
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pretty bad but you know it's no excuse, right?olutely no excuse for my actions. i am ashamed. i am so sorry. i have hurt so many people with this., my friends, my job. the uber driver, no one deserves to be treated that way and that is -- that's not me. >> did you >> i did. so we actually settled while we were out there -- i paid for the damages and i apologized to him apology and i'm so thankful that he did not press charges, that he did not have me arrested. i'm ing like this happened before? you did seem to snap there. >> i did. i was extremely stressed out that day. it was probably one of the worst days of my life and my lowest moment and nothing like this has ever happened. it was completely out of character. anyone that knows me, they and they say that's
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it's not me. >> any part of yourself see yourself doing this and get a handle on it and say, wait, here? >> you know what, hindsight is 20/20. every time i look back at it i say could have, should have and in the moment i was just so angry, i wasn't really thinking and if i could take it back, i invested a lot in your career. >> i have. >> as a doctor. now suspended. >> yes. >> you saw some of the comments in gio's piece person should not be a doctor. what do you say to them? >> i had a bad night. i made a huge mistake. the biggest mistake of my person is not me and, yes, i'm on administrative leave from my job right now, but at the same time, this is not just affected my career it's also my family, it's affected my personal life. i get it.
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horrible and i'm extremely sorry for it. but i receiving horrible messages on cyberspace, the cyberbullying, my family was targeted. their address was leaked. i received me i should kill myself. that i should have been raped that night. i don't -- i think it's ridiculous and i amup to what i did. i'm taking responsibility for it and i'm asking foro you make it good and get your job back? >> i think the best thing at this point is to just take responsibility for what i've done. i did it. and i'm ashamed of what i his would never happen again and i think at the same time i should also speak out that, you know, to send a message out to people and the careful and use my story as a message as a lesson
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e back now with the latest on the mosquito-borne zika virus. the number of cases here in the u.s. growing. so far, 20 cases in 9 states and another 19 in now a number of airlines including american and jetblue are offered worried travelers waivers and refunds for trips they booked to the affected areas.is has all the latest. >> reporter: growing concern about the spread of the dangerous zika virus. president obama even convening a meeting on the issue tuesdaye need to develop a vaccine to fight the virus.
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between the virus and abnormal brain development in developing babies,an cause them to be born with abnormally small heads. >> it's a lifelong problem. >> reporter: this on top of a travel advisory for pregnant women to avoid these 24he disease has been detected including el salvador where officials are asking women to not have babies until 2018. only one in five who aree ill with symptoms like fever, rash, joint pain or red eyes. the cdc is exploring the possible link between zika and barre that can cause reversible paralysis. in brazil the health minister says they're sending 20 battle the mosquito blamed for spreading the virus. meanwhile, at home, dr. jennifer wu in new york city has been getting many calls from worried traveling. >> we're getting calls every day, unfortunately, any patients
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action into their own hands. samantha buck 14 weeks pregnant and canceling their babymoon to the caribbean. >> it's absolutely not worth the risk to us to harm's way. >> for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> joining us now is besser. dr. besser, people are canceling vacations to the caribbean, to south america, what areas are we talking about specifically? >> well, here's the thing,ifferent places that they found the virus so far but the mosquito is in every country in the western hemisphere apart from canada and chile s people saying i don't want to wait until they've detected it there. i may cancel now. >> is mexico okay? what aisles in the caribbean. >> the whole region is a >> all right, let's take a look at the map. we now have 20 confirmed cases here in the united states. >> that's right. >> we're obviouslynot in
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what's the level of concern it could spread. >> this is the distribution of the mosquito we know that a limited number of states. but let's look at this other map. this is a map showing another mosquito that we think can do it. this summer when active we need to be very vigilant in taking them seriously. >> hundreds of thousands of people are traveling to brazil this summer for thelready have a pandemic on our hands. what could happen? >> the big concern with global events people come in and the fear is they'll go home with more than is already a pandemic spreading rapidly. the olympics could spread it further. >> it impacts not just everybody who contracts the virus? they can spread it to others. >> dr. besser, we appreciate it. thank you. questions throughout the morning. you can tweet him sser or go to "gma's" facebook page and see
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back now with the latest on abe a great character actor tuesday and word of his death, a top of trend on facebook and ourmorning. he is best remembered for his role as a mobster in "the godfather." let's take a look at his work. >> tom, can you get me off the hook, for old >> millions of tv viewers know him as a curmudgeonly detective fish in here he is on that show. >> in an emergency you would be the first one i would call. >> you should call me first. i need time to put my teeth in. >> now, not only was hescreen but had a great sense of humor off screen too.ng his long life there were died and one of the first rumors >> back in 1984 i believe was
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>> it went viral and he had a great sense of humor about it where he went on "david letterman" just totill alive. abe vigoda was 94 years >> good for him. what a life. >> i remember watching "barney miller" with my dad. that's a great memory. he had such a dry delivery. >> he will be missed. all right. coming up next, we have much more. pam anderson speaking out about her health battle. t her health battle. l anderson speaking out about her health battle.
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welcome back to "gma." let's talk more snow this time in west texas. ft. stockton, 8 at one point shutting down one lane of i-10. further east rain across the panhandle. heavy rain in south florida. some of thosed produce tornadoes.
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good morning, 10:56. i'm terrence lee. >> i'm jackie fernandez. more than three years after a deadly police chief and shooting, 13 of the officers involved are now being and one is retiring, six face suspension, and six fired, including michael brillo. grievances will be filed on behalf of s process could last up to two years and cost taxpayers up to $1 million as well. according to the attorney who union, newschannel 5 investigation found six of the seven officers fired between 2010 and 2049 got -- 2014, got their jobs back duprocess. and schools are reopening in sebring. they were closed after high levels of lead were found in the water. the new test results from the ow examples from mckinley jr. high school and are above the
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and now, let's get a check of the ur might see the snowflake on the weather app. let me tell what you that means. lake affect snow moves through this morning and cuyahoga county and geauga county as well and we're not worried about precipitation today. 28 degrees and starting in 26 in ashland; 25 in coshockton and we are so much cooler than we were this time yesterday and look at this. fifty degrees in elyria; 19 degrees cooler than we were y. and we were in the 40s. i don't know if you remember that. and it's a cold day, a cold start. this is what is happening through the remainder of the the chance of some flurries today. we will see a trace or two inches tomorrow. the be around average. this is the norm and check out sunday. 52 degrees and are you digging it? >> can't wait for that. and we have an on the maps here. east 107th and chester. also, major backups and delays
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and 90 as will allow for plenty of extra time and avoid the the roots. farther south, we have an accident to tell you about, affecting 77 at arlington road the left lane is blocked and drive time is rough now. twenty minutes, 77 northbound, rock side to downtown and 2190 eastbound crocker to the inner belt and this is a live you 71 and south of clark avenue. heavy volume there and we'll
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. oprah dropping 26 pounds and every step of the way. >> i don't deny myself bread. >> she says weight watchers has changed her life for good and we talk to dr. ashtono this morning, pamela anderson speaking out about her health battle with hepatitis c and her 12-week medical miracle cure. >> i'm just reallyel like i got 20 years back of my life super saver secrets. put a thousand dollars innow. the apps you can put to work to make money in your closet. how all your junk can add up to
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go go big or go home> going broke to stay buff. >> it's an investment in myself. >> the people addicted to working out and willing to pay just about anything to do it. why so many are dropping cash tots even when they can't afford it. all that and from working out to eating cake it's national chocolate cake day as we sayrning, america. and there is rocco dispirito. lara just summed up the magic of "gma." we work out so we cancake. that's what we'll be doing here this morning. got a lot of chocolate cake. >> oh, yeah. rocco is joining us alonggma" viewers. so many sent in recipes across the country. we picked three of the best chocolate cakes with a twist and
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well so we have a big going on. >> i love this job. >> oh, yeah. file that one under having your cake and eating it too. that big headline is about oprahut her weight watchers weight loss and how she enjoyed not cake but bread the entire time. we've got her secret coming up. >> i can't wait also this morning, another star is making headlines, "modern family's" sofia vergara is caught in a legal battle with beauty companies and we'll tells suing them for millions. >> a lot on the line. now to amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning, guys. the big story, that malicious standoff in oregon overnight. members of the armed group occupying a federal wildlife refuge on their way to a community meeting when auring a traffic stop. lavoy finicum who had been acting as the group's spokesman was shot and killed. eight others arrested including the leader new fireworks on the campaign trail with donald trump saying he will boycott tomorrow
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trump is furious with fox andyn kelly calling them biassed. this morning he tweeted i refuse to call megyn kelly a bimbo because that would not be politically correct. instead i will only call her a reporter. rival ted cruz is slamming trump's decision saying iowa voters deserve better so he is challenging trump to a one-on-one debate before es. and federal offices in washington will re-open today for the first time since the blizzard. washington's public schools are open but not those in northern virginiaand take a look at this image, the only people at the capitol yesterday to convene, the senate were women. may speak to the heartiness of women to get to work in all that snow. and a health alert this morning.am says all adults should be screened for depression especially pregnant women and those who have just given birth, studies show one in eight such women and possibly
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other mental health issues. the founder of popular bikram yoga will have to pay a massive penalty in a sexualit. a los angeles jury hit him with nearly $7.5 million in damages to his former legal adviser. however, the testified he is nearly bankrupt now. finally a photographer is getting a lotg he. kevin usually gets half a million dollars for someone famous like malala yousafzai or even yoko ono but theoto is of a potato. an organic potato but still just a vegetable. here's the big headline. this photo sold for more than $1n and that makes it if i might say a sweet potato. >> oh. you did it .
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a million dollars. i don't know. >> you just said it's a good-looking potato. >> it is. >>spud. >> we're going to move on. we have new details about the drug ha may have saved pamela e made headlines by revealing she's free of hepatitis c after more than a decade learning more about the treatment that cured her. jim avila has the reporter: for pamela anderson who saved lives on tvs it seemed like a real death y told me that i would die in ten years. >> reporter: diagnosed with hepatitis c. >> i just think looking back that i maybe was a little moreld have been. i think it's kind of a hanging over your head. >> reporter: but then three months ago the incurable suddenly cured in a 12-weeke. >> 12 weeks and gone. yes. >> reporter: anderson had taken
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promoting vegan shoes and a new shoes and had good health insurance covering the near six-figure price tag. not everyone is so lucky which is why i'm staking out this man. fred rom michigan who over the last five years has blocked every bill proposed in congress to change the law that prevents medicare ng the price of prescription drugs. >> the government isn't getting the best prices for their drugs because the government can't negotiate.ou against that? >> we'll talk later. >> reporter: we've tried to talk for two months. he says $300,000 in donations he received from drug companies in othing to do with it and he's working on a bill of his own to fix the problem. >> look to the right. the wealthy and well insured often have access to expensive miracle cures. >> i was really r: for "good morning america," jim avila, abc news, detroit.
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now to michael with the ayron monroe. >> thank you, george. here's a look at what's coming up on the oprah revealing you can have your bread and eat it too. the secret behind the star's big weight loss and there are hundreds of dollars that could be hiding in your pps that will help you cash in big on your old stuff. plus, my favorite day of the year, it's national chocolate cake day.re celebrating with chef rocco dispirito and we have a big tasteoff of three "gma" viewers' cakes coming up live on "gma" here in t what's up? >> i don't want to shake your hand. i want to eat cake.u" is brought to you by new centrum vitamints, a multivitamin you enjoy like a mint. like your style hooked it just a little bit (window breaks, car alarm sounds)
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now to the weight loss inspiring millions and making millions for oprah winfrey, two different like takes on the word bread. i was just thinking that. weight and big company investor revealing she lost a whopping 26 pounds on the diet sending stocks soaring and the way she did it whilead every day which she talks about in commercials is making dieters cheer and abbie boudreau has her diet details. >> my favoritese i love bread. >> reporter: and her love for bread not slowing down her diet. oprah now announcing her 26-pound weight loss while neverrself of her favorite thing. >> i don't deny myself bread. i have bread every day. >> reporter: no denying oprah's longtime struggle with her weight trying for years to stay >> it is amazing to me that i
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carry it around every day. >> reporter: now turning to weight watchers and its caloriem to finally lose the weight and keep it off. and she says it's working. tweeting this week to her 30 million followers, eat bread, . #comejoinme. but eating bread every single day? >> the grainiest, nuttyiest >> reporter: maya fellers says it's possible to lose weight while eating bread with you warns not to get carried away. >> don't be afraids. just know what you're eating. when you pay attention to portion size you can continue to lose weight. >> reporter: she says read the label, anything with the word whole grain or whole wheat ist loss. the queen of talk now hoping her new weight loss message will inspire others. >> if not now, that way and i know millions of other people feel that way. >> reporter: for "good morning
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news, lot of people talking about this so we're joined by abc news senior medical contributor dr. jen ashton. what do you think, 26 pound,very day. how did oprah do it. >> when did bread become like crack? i mean, it's not -- >> for some people it is a beloved treat. >> let's go back to the first of all, to lose weight, you need what we call a negative energy balance and data has shown you need to cut between 500 to 750 calories per back to in versus out. >> simple math. >> what you consume as long as you're under that caloric of course, there can be bread there so to me this is not shocking. >> okay, so it's not shocking but how do our viewers take thist in their own lives. >> well, listen, i mean you know i'm getting a masters in nutrition so i have literally
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>> so i've analyzed basically ref single diet and i willt every diet that restricts portions and reduces calories will work dramatically in the short term. the key is that two yearsets fail. so it's about moderation and finding what works for you and it's about keeping that off. in general healthwise the diet is probably the most well rounded. kind of the gold standard but anything can work. >> you and dr. b. always say that. so all breads are not created listen, if you want to eat bread in moderation, you want to try to go for something that's a whole grain sprouted bread, when you and look at the ingredient, that's what you should look for. white bread doesn't come this way in nature so i would say no but you want to enjoy what you eat and a french baguette maybe dipped in morning coffee. >> really?
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>> you lost me with the coffee. >> smothered in butter, garlic so much we can cheer. >> cheers. >> we can have our bread and eat it too. jen will take your questions throughout the morning, tweet "gma's" facebook page. i couldn't resist. >> we're kind of up set because we don't have bread. >> we did have our cake. >> yes, we did and now from oneer who's making headlines. "modern family's" sofia vergara is taking a major legal action to protect her image follow filing a $15 against a beauty brand for using one of her selfies to promote their product. abc's deborah roberts is here with the latest. good morning, deborah. >> good m addicts, beware, like so many celebrities, many of them -- like so many of us celebrities often take to social media to express themselves to highlight a restaurant, an ce they like but given sofia vergara's experience
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think twice about thashare. with her smoeld determining beauty. >> moving in slow omedic timing and business savvy, sofia vergara is one of hollywood's most powerful women. this morning the actress is taking steps to protect that multimillion dollar lawsuit filed against venus concept and a number of its alleged affiliates she claims have been cashing in on her image promoting theirithout her permission or endorsement. >> you talk to me. >> reporter: according to the statute it started in 2014 with this instagram selfie of vergara legacy massage. a treatment she claims she ultimately did not like finding it was a waste of time and ot use it again and certainly would not endorse it. >> now we're very vrieling her super skin but it made its way
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alleges that photos appeared on facebook page. the lavoro laser and the spa. >> a tweet with a picture is a pr person's dream. but it's an property nightmare. >> there's nothing like -- >> reporter: had she agreed to the promotion she argues it would have cost the company big bucks. the lawsuit says shemewhere around $15 million for an endorsement. her lawsuit accuses the companies of brand and profiting through improper and inappropriate use of her image. we contacted the companies involved in the lawsuit and they declined rgara's lawyers though insist in the lawsuit that this all could have been prevented. they ask the companies they say to stop the ads multiple times but they never did so, of the big question is will this go before a jury or will there be a settlement.
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>> $15 million in>> she pockets a lot so she has a lot at risk. be careful about those shares. >> thank you, deborah. we move on to day three of our over. we got rebecca jarvis here. she's back with some surprising ways to score big on your old stuff. i can't believe this, a thousand dollars hiding in your in there, george. the idea here this morning, minimum effort, maximum benefit and showing you how to turn that old closet full of electronics, whatever you got in there you're no longer using into cold, hard cash. throwing away money might have worked for leo's character in "the wolf of fun coupons. >> reporter: but for the rest of us making a few extra dollars sounds a lot more enticing. >> hot potato. tobel. show mom eliza danielson how to spot a thousand bucks right inside her closet. first up, turn your old clothes
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alexaecret on how to get the most from tradesy. >> bundling them worked welles so price them together. get a little bit more money and get rid of more stuff. >> reporter: pairing these makes an outfit and a quick $100. next, makeal. >> winter coats, peak time is going to be right in the fall. >> reporter: what else you dot for us? cash in on electronics with gazelle and ew iphone or ipod, sell the old one immediately. old ipods, $20 on ebay. ipad, $70 on >> reporter: be sure to clear your personal info. >> you have calendar invites on this. >> reporter: don't count owl that outdated tech with >> a dollar per dvd. about $40 worth.
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california with this next storm coming up. thanks, rob. all right, your power-of-5 forecast in northeast ohio, we start cold and we have had a few flakes flying, nothing showing up on manslaughterfield; 29, ashtabula. , 28, akron; 27, elyria and some winds, though, we have windchills into the teens and we want the layers temperatures are going out of clouds, a little sun and a real warm-up into the weekend. i will detail the power-of-5 ing up. stay tuned. >> all right. for the record one of the four times is also in vegas. you got to do it once in vegas. back to you get in here. it's "pop news" time and we begin with a little football news. if you have any interest or the resources to go to super bowl 5-0 you may want to secure yourquickly. before panthers owner jerry richardson pounces on a lot of them.
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announced he is every single parent employee to go to the game in santa clara. even the interns are invited. >> wow. >> let's hope cam newton and the way to glory because there's going to be a whole lot of panther pride in that stadium. >> boss of the time he did it. panthers have only been one other time to the super bowl. he did it that time as well and just believes it takes a village to get there and that everybodyheer on -- >> maybe that time is a charm. >> who will win. >> today i'm picking carolinaon. >> that was nice. >> i practiced. >> i hate to put pressure on you on that. >> thanks. i could change my mind next week. >> always. if you've got the need, the need for speed brace yourselves,un 2 " is coming. this tweet was just posted. tom cruise. he captioned from a weekend in new orleans to
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discuss a little "top gun 2." the project confirmed last year right here in we know tom is officially returning to the danger zone. the screenplay is currently being written and the team has revealed this installment willing world for fighter pilots including advanced drone technology. >> "top gun 2." sounds good. >> it's going to be great. jerry bruckheimer was sostic about this screenplay, he says, quote, it's brilliant. >> oh. >> so many great quotes in the first movie. >> you did say it's still beingt you? >> yes. so it has time to become brilliant. ever dreamed of sleeping in a cheese factory in south dakota? raise your hand. >> yes. >> don't en00 think about it. it's against the law. a new "the daily mail" put together the 50 contactiest laws from 50 states and while it would be a crime if we didn't share our
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state of ohio, it is illegal, george, to get a fish drunk. >> okay, i get ive myself up. >> resisted so sorry to all you partying porpoises. for amy's college days in georgia i hope you never catche in your back pocket. not on a sunday. illegal. >> all right. >> then jesse, back in yourge days, how did you get to class? i hope not this way. because if you leave an elephant tied to a parking meter in the sunshine state, the feet get paid like a car would. >> i think it's a good law. that makes sense. somebody's liable to make that payment. >> these are real. it's a real whopper when we see you in a minute. tt0w!tw((i! el (.yd tt0w!tw((i! ed (([
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x-b+h tt0w!tw((i% n-x-7bd . it's 8:27 and we continue to follow breaking news county. >> and they're saying gas caused the explosion, but they're still involving what and this is a scene last night. police have confirmed a large bang rocked the village and followed by a huge blaze. the home next door jor damage. the debris flew across the street to a neighboring school and that is why newcomers town schools are close today. >> and they saw crews pull a body out of the debris there seeing -- saying an elderly man lived in the home alone. and let's get a check of
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>> and nothing is showing up on radar at this tremely light. today we'll go mostly cloudy into a high of 33 degrees, and not exactly warm but not too problematic as far as . and snow big. we're down 26 inches for the season and we'll be having about eight inches and this is st siders picking up 29 inches in a few days and you know you had a different winter and we're below average in many, many areas. and snow chances tomorrow, the r and friday and dry and peter temperaturewise over the weekend. >> and 71 northbound, still heavy volume on 90 and 77 northbound and an accident here on the east side and 107th and chester avenue and going into the akron area and an earlier accident that has ng major delays because of that and drive times, about 15 minute ride for you 77 northbound and rock side to downtown, the average speeds
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and this is a live look outside from the odot c 77 at 490. terrence and jackie. remember, you can get updates on the news net 5 app.
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mylesj. middle school and charles j. hudson school >> got toine on jimmy kimmel having fun with the snow. what a voice, as well. he's here live. we'll talk to him. >> i watched the movie he's in. it's i'm like still nervous. really exciting. yeah, nice voice, chris. >> all right, you know what's also exciting, the fact that it's national day. >> i live moved on to my second. >> i need a nap after -- >> taste testers trying out cakes and deciding which onesake coming up in our great taste-off.
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>> this is good. >> that cake, sounds great but right now, a lot of people also fitness and it can be pricey. gym membership class, workout clothes, all that stuff adds up and some are breaking the bank to break a sweat. has the latest on the trend. >> hey, good morning to. >> good morning. >> you're a fitness buff. you know, those membershiping cost a small g hundreds and hundreds each month but many say what they get out of it, well are that's priceless. spinning, crossfit, acroyoga and so much more spending an average of $828 a year in 2014, a jump of $108 from s it really worth going broke to get buff? >> up over your head. >> reporter: emily voorhees couldn't imagine her life spending $250 a month at her favorite studio, the bar method.
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me, that makes me step out into the bit of a spring in my step. >> even if it puts a whole in my wallet. >> reporter: whilearily unemployed she puts exercise on the top of her priority list. >> i immediately canceled my cable. i don't go out to eat as much. those things reel hi add >> i can shower there. it's a wonderful community. >> saving on water. >> saving on water. saving on shampoo. >> reporter: and then there's jeremy lindseyy who has a gymip and loves to frequent barry's boot camp paying almost $500 a month to get in shape. >> when i spend my money on fitness it helps with helps me look fitter and makes me feel better. >> reporter: jeremy says the feeling he gets of a good workout is priceless. ever. >> i was quiet and it broke me out of my shell. >> reporter: so why are so many
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>> if they get great results and have a good experience and have a sense of community they will pay for it. >> reporter: while the there, their muscles are stronger than ever. emily said this is a lot healthier than the other bar where she could be drinking her money away. >> i understand that all the chocolate cake we had here i think i need to go to the gym. >> you're in perfect shape but tell men in america you do >> i do pi lat yost, yoga. i got to start again with yoga and work out five, six days a week. >> it is worth it. >> your health is worthou can spend. now over to you, george and choking on the cake. >> michael, here natalie portman. now she's traded in her ballet shoes for a gun belt in "jane got a gun." take a look. >> where?
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oh. youll got a pair of bullets and a question that i ain't going to ask again. >> and natalie portman joins us. you look so sweet now. >> youss me. >> tell us about jane hammond. >> well, jane is a woman who has gone out west, trekked out west so hardened obviously and put in a situation where she has to sort of stand up and defend her home and it's very y wanted this movie to happen. you're a producer as well as starring. it's a different kind of what drew you to it. >> i loved the idea of a love story in the wild west because love seems like that kind of lawless and this story of this woman
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deepest fears in this really challenging environment waso sort of the experience of making films. >> i'll bet. kind of brings out her ferocity, as well. great cast, joel edgerton. > your "star wars" co-star ewan mcgregor. >> and joel was also in "star wars" so the three of us had -- >> i had forgotten that. >> he had a small role but role in the second and third of the trilogy that i was part of so we -- it was nice we all had that sort oftart off with. >> so what's it like to have "star wars" back? you're in the prequels. have you seen "the force awakens." >> i haven't been able to see it yet but i've heardand so nice it's sort of this continuing part of everyone's cultural shared cultural knowledge. >> yeah, i love showing it to myause of course they didn't grow up with the first ones. you know, you're really branching out in so many ways.
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you're working on playing iconic women, jackie o., bader ginsburg. >> well, she's i think a hero to so many of us. that we haven't started yet, hopefully we'll start soon butn the middle of right now which has been really, really amazing. she's a fascinating -- >> what is it like when you callme court justice. >> it's extremely inspiring and intimidating because she's such an incredible woman and she has done so much in such anronment that is certainly not -- was not encouraging to women when she was coming through the ranks as a lawyer and then as a professor and then as a civil rights and rights activist. it's pretty amazing to see what she was able to accomplish without ever getting angry about the t plowing through. and you're living in paris right now. does it feel like home?
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feel like home to me, but it'sxperience to get to live in paris. it's obviously a dream city for so many americans, i think, especially we hold paris as in our minds. >> it is. glad you could come back to new york today. welcome back to "gma." "jane got a gun" opens this friday. now back outside to rob. >> all right, george, an group out here. this young man from -- where again? >> georgia, augusta. >> augusta, georgia. there's a golf course downn you get me on any do you have connections. >> no, but i can say that i've been to panama. >> how aboutn you get me on the island of kits? >> sure. >> sounds great right now. across the great lakes, we got some snow falling across upstate new york and fronts and troughs coming through. including michigan will get some needed lake-effect snow and rain coming into the pacific northwest
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forecast for you here in a little bit of light snow falling out there this morning as the temperatures are in the 20s. it's cold and factor in the winds -- winds, feels like me sunshine in and out of the forecast. highs today, lower 30s and a clipper system for tomorrow and warm weekend, too. weather report brought to you by nationwide insurance. she's screaming because they gotime in the last 20 minutes. amy, back over to you. >> thank you. look, i am with y james winning over the big and small screens in "cinderella" and "downton abbey" and nowd zombies." the army of the undead. jane austen, and zombies, two of my favorite things. did this immediately pop out at you want to do it.
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i love jane austen, i'mt's like a birthright. i read it and loved it and somehow works and does quite wonderful things to the story and to the love story. >> yes, you play elizabeth bennett but you've got some seriouskis in this movie because you're kicking zombies' you know what. that. >> it was really intense. all the girls are the ones that are fighting. we're the the men so we wanted to really kick -- >> i saw in the trailer that the man who plays y daughters aren't trained for the kitchen. they're trained to kill. they're trained to fight. it's quite an interesting twist there. >> yes. >> also i heard that you are returning to the big finale. >> i am. yes. i am. >> you're just going to say, yep, i am. >> i can't really say anything else so i just sort of smile and say, yes, i am. been like for you? this has been a tremendous year. you were fantastic in "cinderella."s next.
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>> just a small little project. >> epic tale which i love so ming in russia and i've been spending my time just all over the world making amazing projects. i'll been so happy. >> we have been so happy watching youghtly on the small and big screens. thank you very much for joining us. lily james and "pride and prejudice and zombies." if you're interested, i know i am,de on february 5th. you're going to stick around, right? >> join us for the chocolate
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the sweet and salty factor so it's the pretzel crust along with a peanut butter for the best cake. >> you get crunch, as well. rocco, what do you think? >> it's a perfect storm. pretzels, peanut ate. what else? only marshmallows are missing. sprinkles and you've got it all. >> gina, a fantastic job. samantha from middletown, delaware. i love the name, high carb low fat vegan chocolate cake. so delicious and healthy. what iss your secret? >> right off, right. >> my secret is using an applesauce and a vegetable puree and that eliminates the fat, upstional value and it also makes it super moist. >> you feel better eating this cake. >> exactly. >> it looks beautiful and, rocco, this sounds like something right down your alley. what do you hi. >> vegan then noess cholesterol and high carb means
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great without the guilt of eating cholesterol and i'm sure it tastes good. i've had let's see. it looks delicious. >> make sure you get the icing. >> it's really o good. >> like a mounds bar thing going on. >> this will be tough. finally sherry from morgantown,. >> a gallon of brandy. >> this is maybe -- best name of a cake.ake with hazelnut ganache and fancy chocolate curls. >> indeed. >> so walk us through this delicious -- >> it's made with no flour. gluten free, high qualityolate and infuse hazelnutly your into my ganache. >> wow, rocco. >> the minute you say ganache you've -- you had me at ganache. >> i'm with you. >> getting rid of the flouretting rid of the gluten and lots of unnecessary calories
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>> brandy or no brandy. >> delicious. >> there you guys have all given -- >> it really is brandy. >> it actually is. i got to get through the segment standing up here. we've got all of ourthe tasting table. you guys will now deliberate. >> oh, wait. >> you're not -- >> do we s very, very soon. while you deliberate give us a quick hint. your best key to making aolate cake. >> for me delicious chocolate cake has to have a lot of chocolate and compliment fry flavor. i combine almonds with the perfect pairing and i think it's here somewhere. >> who takes the cake? >> have you -- >> we cannot -- >> oh, rocco. >> you don't have a unanimous decision. >> all right. tell me -- >> well, that's her favorite
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>> we all -- no way -- >> everybody is going to win. you are know what, everybody gets to share the trophy. >> you got a winner. >> all right. >> we do not i think it's going to be be -- yes, it is, the na. >> you're taking home the congrats. a copy of rocco's autographed cookbook "the negative calorie out now. get these delicious recipes online goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and take it away.
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'm sure for you, as well. hi, everybody. back with chris pine starring in the new disney action thriller, "the finest hours" as captain bernie weber the real-lifeo took on a vicious nor'easter
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most daring rescues in coast guard history. take a look.ed. >> i got it. i go the it. >> you got about five seconds, boys. >> so, i want to hear all bernie because this movie was very -- very intense. >> yeah. >> to watch. i can only imagine what it was like playing the real-life character. >> well, i mean certainly room for complaining when you're spending 12 hours a day and getting water thrown on you and wind machines and fake snow and you're in a sardine can of a in quincy, massachusetts, where they built us this tank on which to perform.
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1952, four men went off in a 36-foot boat. >> yeah, tiny little boat in in the 70-foot waves with no compass in ald. zero visible, 70-foot wave, rain, sleet, snow, frigid temperatures. they saved 32 men off four-story tanker that split in halft that was only supposeded to carry 12 people and got them all back inside. only suffered one fatality. that night, what those men went through is so tremendous, so profound that any kind of bs actorly complaining i the day was quickly silenced. >> is that what drew you to the role, the fact that this was so hard to believe that it was true and that this guy was such a stoiceal hero. >> yeah, i mean, i was -- what appealed to me exactly right was this simple, beautiful, unbelievable facts of thelso that our film is something that i don't think
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reminded me of like a '50s studio picture.r our heart on our sleeve, no irony, no self-referencing or self-awareness. >> no wink-wink at all. >> it is what it is.od, regular joes doing good things. they're scared but they try to do their best. play bernie weber who is in love with a beautiful woman named by holliday grainger. >> these fantastic, by the way. >> and they -- he wants to get home to his lady so he can go home and get married and makend have a wonderful life. i love the simplicity of a tale told well. >> which i love as a perfect dichotomy to an you have. you are in the new "wonder woman" film. >> it couldn't get any more different. you play the love interest. >> i do. i do. i play wonder woman's i'm having a great time, patty
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we got chuck producing who hass. wonder woman is beyond being a stunning woman physically as and i think brings to the role a great amount of love and compassion, a real kind of childlike wonder that this character needsans will fall in love with. >> i can't wait. big wonder woman fan as a child. i always wondered would i want the invisible plane or cuffs,ut how great it is. >> tricks up our sleeves. >> chris pine, always great to see you, "the finest hours" is fine. it is fantastic and it hitsfriday. always great to see you. >> thank you very much.
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"good morning america" is brought to you by brookdale. bringing new life to senior living. >> can i be honest? i'm really national chocolate cake only comes one day a year. we love you, rocco. >> rocco, thanks a lot. that was great. >> yeah. >> thanks for sharing your recipes, everyone.
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. good morning, it's 8:56. i'm terrence lee. >> i'm jackie fernandez. and more than three years after disciplined. >> one is being fired, six suspension and -- . >> the appeals could last up to two years and taxpayers up to $2 million, according to the attorney who represents the police union. we found six of the ired between 2010 and 2049 got their -- 2014 got their jobs back through the arbitration process. and schools were sewring after high levels of lead were found in the water. samples from mckinley junior/senior high school have above the federal . as a result, they will be shut off. and let's get a check on the forecast with tera blake. >> and 57 now.
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you will see sunshine into that noon hour. excuse me. my cold gets me down and it's really at this point ing, the coldest point and we have types for the feels- like temperature and your daytime high gets better soon ipper system, anywhere for a trace to two inches and warmer over the weekend. and all right, corrina. >> and we have u. 77 northbound and 21 and we have a couple of accidents to talk about here and this is affecting i-90 eastbound and says because of that and into the akron area, we're dealing with a couple of slowdowns. we have an accident wanted route 18 at ohio, 59. as for drive times, things are and this is a live look outside to show you what it's looking
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