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hey, good morning, everybody. we have not one but two big reunion, the ka and her family and then i love this one, the brother and sister who hasn't seen each other since they were little kids, look at this, 65 years ago, the last time they saw one another how a tech-savvy 7-year-old made it happen. >> he brought her flowers. a hollywood boycott. tonight is the golden globes. the killing of osama bin laden. find out why some big name actors are telling academy members not to vote for "zero dark thirty." >> and news this morning on one of the most investigated crimes in american history, now comes word for the first timerobert kennedy did not believe the lone gunman theory behind the assassination of his older brother jfk. much more on that coming up. we'll start with a look at the overnight headlines and
mr. ron claiborne for that. >> good morning, we'll begin with the frightening scene in a movie theater in san diego. another shooting just six months after the tragedy in colorado but this time it was the police doing the shooting. a heard two shots and i went to the floor. >> the audience at this san diego movie theater were there to see "les mis" but instead an intense real-life standoff played out before their eyes. >> we all got on the floor and then started heading for the exits. >> reporter: the dramatic ordeal began at 2:10 at a near marie c callender's restaurant. a man attempted to abduct his girlfriend then the hunt began. >> he was armed with a handgun. >> reporter: 20 minutes later half a mile away a matinee for "les mis" was set to begin and the gunman managed to slip into the audience hiding among
unknown filmgoers but with the entire shopping complex on lockdown, the lights came on and at 3:50 p.m. police entered theater number nine. >> they checked the back door, and it was locked but they didn't talk to us. i knew that wasn't a good sign. >> reporter: they zeroed in on the suspect. >> begins to show his hand a second time. this time he's armed with a handgun. >> reporter: then chaos. >> the shots started and when we all hit the floor and then ran for the exits is. >> reporter: police shot and wounded the suspect and detained him. remarkably no one else was injured. and a 20-year-old suspect has been hospitalized with gunshot wounds to the arm and chest. families in newtown, connecticut about discuss the fate of sandy hook elementary school, the first of two community discussions scheduled for the town to share their ideas about what to do with the school much the shooting there left 26 dead. it was one month ago tomorrow.
tomorrow marks one year since the grounding of the "costa concordia" ship off italy. survivors of those who were killed are there commemorating the anniversary. salvage crews probably won't be able to remove it until september, they say. finally, there she is. ♪ your new miss america is miss new york. >> how about that? 23-year-old mallory hagen, miss new york defeated miss south carolina and miss oklahoma to be crowned miss america. she won over the nudges by tap dancing to james brown, much like dan does and with her answer to a question about gun control. one of those judges was our own sam champion. >> what are you looking for? >> he asked for that question. >> yes. >> that's why she won. >> that was sam. >> i think she won because she
stole my tap-dance. >> that too, that too. thank you, ron. to the upside down weather going on from coast to coast. weather springlike weather in the east and arctic blast in the west. >> didn't even need a jacket so what's going on? our meteorologist and birthday girl, i can say that on air, happy birthday ginger. >> thank you very much. >> tracking it all. >> yes, i'm tracking it. straight to that. forget about the birthday for now, new york and washington, d.c. are going to be warmer today than los angeles and phoenix. things are flip-flopped and in the middle misery. temperatures transposed. record heat in the east, yes, that's tennis in wisconsin in january. >> it is really heavy. >> reporter: and in southern california, heavy snow plus wind so strong it slammed this tree right on to this guy's car. >> what can i say? mother nature took over. >> reporter: and in the heartland there was sleet from oklahoma to st. louis. in louisiana and kentucky tra
dra the make leftovers from a day of severe weather chaos. >> our patio is in the neighbor's yard. >> reporter: that used to be a church in western kentucky. un conficonfirmed micro blast l it. >> they need to get shelter. this is an example to make them understand it. >> reporter: too much rain. more than a dozen states are either inundated or bracing for floods. one of those in nashville. you can see the heart will fall from louisville to nashville, the 2 plus but locally 3 in some areas and that cold front spreads behind it. it is not just arctic, it is gosh cold. these are actual morning temperatures so windchills will be even colder. phoenix this morning, right at that freezing mark then all the heat, yesterday, atlanta broke a
123-year-old record hitting 76. a lot at 55. washington, d.c. at 62. we'll do that, as well. we have fog to talk about coming up in the nation's weather but for now back to dan and bianna. >> ginger, thank you. once again happy birthday. the latest on the deadly flu epidemic. those who haven't received their flu shot could get shut out. the vaccine is in low supply and the outbreak to so bad people are now going to great lengths to avoid getting sick. john schriffen is here. good morning, john. >> reporter: bianna, good morning. waiting inside an emergency room is probably one of the last places where people would like to spend their weekend. that's why many in the country are taking extra precautions to avoid the flu especially before heading out into a popular public place. ♪ this morning, churchgoers across the country may have one extra pit stop on their way to the pulpit. many churches like this one in upstate new york hope to ward off the flu epidemic by
installing hand sanitizers cleaning the nurseries sen wiping doors between each service. >> normally be door handles and those type of things might be cleaned once a week. they are now being cleaned daily. >> reporter: this just one of many precautions people are keeping in mind today as they head out to other public spaces. >> i kept a lot of hand sanitizer around. >> make sure to wash my hands a lot. >> stay away if people sick. >> wiping down the phones with wipes. >> keeping my hands off my face. >> reporter: some are trying to stay ahead of the game. people waiting in long lines not for the latest blockbuster but to get the flu vaccine. many pharmacies are experiencing shortages of the flu shot. in new york the governor declared a public health emergency which allows pharmacists to administer flu vaccination to those between 6 months and 18 years old. is there enough to go around? we reached out to a popular pharmacy chain. >> currently we only have the
flu shots for the ones that are 65 and up. >> reporter: cvs dealing with the same shortages at their stores. >> we should get in 30 dieses at this location but that could be gone in 20 minutes. >> reporter: and walgreens say while sol of their select stores around the country may experience shortages they are working as quickly as possible to restock every store. in fact, our own dr. jennifer ashton when her office ran out of the flu vaccine she got a new shipment within just a matter of days. dan? >> important to emphasize it is not too late to get the shot, john, thanks for your report this morning. now to allegations of hypocrisy and absurdity as the recovery from super storm becomes a political football. they'll vote on relief money but politicians from the northeast are outraged that republicans want to give them much less than they're asking for. abc's david kerley is at the
white house this morning. >> reporter: not so fast is what some republicans are saying so for the third time we'll hear heated words from northeast lawmakers when this comes up in the house of representatives. >> so bad. >> reporter: 2 1/2 months and the victims of sandy and their representatives have had enough. >> they have suffered long enough. they need to hear from their government. >> reporter: they are helping, but in chunks. congress passed more than $9 billion if aid a week ago. but the states and the president have asked for another $50 billion. instead the house plan calls for just $17 billion for what it calls emergency aid. >> absurd. absolutely absurd. we demand nothing less than we have given the rest of the country. >> reporter: and surprisingly some republicans who have opp e opposed sandy aid are from hurricane regions. one from mississippi called for more help for katrina relief but
opposed sandy relief making him a target for securing. >> many of my constituents are still dealing with the effects of hurricane katrina. >> let's pretend instead of yours it's someone else's in new york and instead of seven months later it's two years later. >> reporter: we sent them there to do the work for us, not to sit down there and play with each other. >> reporter: but republicans want specifics. we asked christie's office three times to explain their request. nearly $5 billion for housing. is that temporary housing, rebuilding homes or loans? and $700 million for individual assistance. is that food, rent, actual payments or loans? christie's office has not answered any of those questions. still haven't heard from him either. the house is back tomorrow night. this bill will be debated on tuesday and, dan and delegate, we expect the vote to happen wednesday. >> keep pushing for answers. thank you, david.
sandy relief, just one of many big fights brewing in congress. the looming and unpleasant sequel to the fiscal cliff. here the forecast, the host of abc's "this week," george stephanopoulos who knows everything and can see the future too. the vice president will submit his proposal for post-newtown gun control on tuesday we believe. it seems to be coalescing around cracking down on high-capacity magazines and beefing up background checks on gun buyers. can the administration muscle those two things through. >> the white house says they will continue to push the weapons assault ban but know they won't get it through. they do believe they can create a consensus particularly around this idea of background checks, universal background checks and nra not backing down which is white house the will look at executive orders this he can act on on their own. more data sharing for where sales are coming from and see people like senator chuck schumer and call for voluntary,
big retailers to voluntary suspend any sales of assault weapons while this is being debated. but, dan, you look since newtown and the two months since then there's been a huge spike in the sale of assault weapons over the debate of whether or not to ban them. >> the debt ceiling and paul krugman has been advocates an n obscure proposal to mint a trillion dollar coin. the president is looking not to negotiate own the debt ceiling. >> the only option is for the congress to pass. no substitute for congressional action and see the republicans in the house are saying we're only going to increase the debt limit if indecembering the debt ceiling is met dollar or dollar for cuts. there doesn't appear to be away around it and there's more stalemate. >> george stephanopoulos, thanks
for your reporting. two powerhouse roundtables, "this week" coming up later right here on abc. george, thanks again. the golden globes are tonight and awards have been considered a good indicator for the oscars but a controversy is brewing over one of the top contenders, "zero dark thirty," the director was snubbed and legendary actors are telling members not to cast ballots for it because of graphic scenes involving torture. abc's john muller is here with more. >> good morning, bllg. there is no doubt "zero dark thirty" is the most controversial film of award season. now, opponents say glorifies the torture of terror suspects and some sources are claiming that got major celebrity backup. >> when was the last time you saw bin laden? >> reporter: it seems like this one depicting the role of enhanced interrogation techniques that have martin sheen and ed asner reportedly joining the backlash against
best picture nominee "zero dark thirty." >> i am bad news. i'm going to break you. >> reporter: sheen, asner and others are asking fellow academy members to send "zero dark thirty" with zero oscars. >> you can't separate artistry and morality and i hope my fell le members of the academy will will consider the morality of each nominee. >> the more people like martin sheen or recognize names that have become a part of it the more it is on people's minds as they get ready to vote. >> reporter: on friday, the studio sony pictures jumped to the film's defense releasing this statement ""zero dark thirty" does not advocate torture. to not include that part of history would have been irresponsible and inaccurate." >> there are people who are very upset about it and there are people who can't understand why anyone is upset about it at all. we generally expect different things. >> reporter: it was directed by kathryn bigelow and it's long
been plagued by controversy. during it congressional members did not like how much information was given to filmmakers. >> to my knowledge i never received any. >> reporter: throughout the opening weekend fans and stars alike were greeted by orange jumpsuited protesters. they're hoping they won't wipe them out come oscar night. >> it's causing people to take sides, media critics even the acting director of the cia weighing in. it's not hurting sales at the box office of t. it is on track to make $25 million this weekend. >> a lot of headlines. all right, time for a check of the weather and back over to ginger zee. hey, ginger. >> good morning, on the east coast not only will record warmth be the story but fog creates problems less than a half night at missile. traveling by road or by arrid's check ahead. from the carolinas up to maine we have fog advisories, pci's
live shot. you can hardly see anything. almost nothing, this runway behind there. i would imagine some of the airports are going to have issues on the east coast, the cold, back in parts of the south and west will begin moderating toward the midweek. phoenix will see a high today of 48, 50s into tuesday. salt lake city will moderate from 10 today to 26 on tuesday. i'll fly you across the nation, a little ice and storms in the center here from tennessee through parts of alabama but other than that it's all that warmth in the east. that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home.
so again we'll be following some of that severe weather potential. there's not a huge part, but right there in pars of tennessee and alabama, watch your local abc stations today. >> she keeps trying to change the subject from her birthday to the weather. >> embarrassing here. now to the cat with the astonishing internal gps. her name is holly and she got separated from her family while on vacation. 200 miles away from home. what happened next was an extraordinary journey and amazing reunion and here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: the amazing story of a cat on a crusade. >> miss holly here snuck out between our legs and decided to see the world. >> reporter: back in november jacob and bonnie richter brought holly along on a road trip to daytona speedway. scared by fireworks she ran away. >> we started looking for her right away. >> reporter: but daytona wasn't
holly's scene so she apparently started walking headed south, of course, she could have taken a side trip to vero beam or maybe a quick detour to disney world. instead she kept tracking then a knew days ago she showed up in barbara missoula's yard within a whisker of her life. >> she was so skinny, so thin, bones and weak. >> reporter: missoula took it to a vet who scanned her microchip and soon a reunion. >> we opened up the cage and holly climbed out and went into his arms and just cuddled with him. >> reporter: in her two-month journey she clocked 190 miles. >> really unusual for cats to find their way loam over long distances though i think it's somewhat of a miracle. >> reporter: how many lives of her nine did she use? holly isn't talking. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> great story. moving on now, sad news for
nerds. the white house formally announcing the u.s. government will not be building a death star. >> true story by its own rule, the courthouse responds to petitions garnering 25,000 names so when 35 to thousand signed one to build a death star yes, like the one in "star wars," the white house responded and ron is back with this. >> despite the apparent enthusiasm for a death star like the galactic planet used, the white house shot it down. it would add nearly a quintillion cigars to the budget. not that long ago in a hotel ballroom, not that far away -- >> we're watching we the people to allow americans to directly petition the white house. >> reporter: noble concept, kind
of thing obi-wan or obama wa nchn ki kenobi would have thought of. if that 25,000 agreed, the administration would sponz. but they began to petition for strange things from recognizing ping-pong as a school sport to deporting perceiers morgan for views on guns but the most popular idea of all. a petition to, quote, secure resources and funding and begin construction of a death star by 2016. the reason, to quote spur job creation and strengthen our national defense. nearly 35,000 people went online and agreed and the white house true to its word responded saying interga lactic domination probably isn't the best idea in the universe, first the price
tag, a budget gusting 850 quadrillion dollars and the administration does not support blowing up planets and the best, why would we spend countless taxpayer dollars on a death star with a fundamental flaw that can be expolited by a one-man starship? all politics aside, they do have a point. and the white house response came from paul shawcross, the science and space branch. he said despite the white house's position, we do have floating assistance on the space station and in his words a president who knows his way around a light sabre and advance marshmallow ka none, who knew. >> safe a subject he may not discuss in his roundtable. >> i waited my entire career for ron to say alderon.
i can retire now. the conspiracy theory and learning robert kennedy did not believe a lone gunman was responsible for the assassination in dallas. who did he blame? a brother and sister separated as children 65 years ago. how a tech-savvy 7-year-old got them back together again. one of the cutest things you will see. the pupally going down the stairs. who comes to his aid. it's "fixation" coming up. ♪ i get by with a little help from my friends ♪ ♪ you signed up weeks ago ♪ sunlight says get up and go ♪ mountain-grown aroma coming through ♪ ♪ a new challenge waits for you ♪ ♪ ♪ jumpin' into something new ♪ you really see all you can do ♪ ♪ ♪ the best part of wakin' up ♪ is folgers in your cup
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assassination of john f. kennedy. the official word that lee harvey oswald acted alone but now hearing that aren't kennedy, the attorney general at this time, did not agree with that and alex mar jarrett is on the story. >> remarkable revelation, a murder that's been studied more than any other in history, conspiracy theorists saying his assassination by lee harvey oswald was part of a bigger plot and the stunning assertion that robert kennedy also believed it. >> this is the foundation of the warren commission's claim of a lone assassin. >> reporter: the 1991 blockbuster film "jfk" highlighted and fueled the conspiracy theory surrounding one of the darkest days in american history. >> second rifleman and by definition, there had to be a conspiracy. >> reporter: for the first time ever we're learning jfk's own
brother and his attorney general robert kennedy was "fairly convinced that lee harvey as wald did not act alone." >> the greatest strength to him to know that there were thousands of people all over the united states who are together with him. >> reporter: though rfk publicly supported the warren commission according to his son robert f. kennedy, jr., he thought it was "a shoddy piece of craftsmanship." my father thought that somebody was involved. kennedy injury revealed to a dallas audience. the evidence at this point i think is very, very convincing that it was not a lone gunman" then who. when it was suggested it was the mob or cubans kennedy jr. added or rogue cia agents. he also revealed his father put his own investigators on the case in search for the truth. >> i don't find them credible. it's been investigated, reinvestigated, investigated again and again and again and no
one has ever come up with entirely credible evidence. >> reporter: a new revelation about jacqueline kennedy. that image of her so iconic, kennedy jr. told the audience that after jfk's assassination, his aunt spent the next half of the decade mainly out of the country because she feared how dangerous it was becoming. as for why robert kennedy never voiced these suspicions in public his son said with the civil rights debate sweeping the country at the time raising them would have been a distraction. dan? >> interesting to hear about jackie kennedy. so fascinated with the family. thanks soap. time for a check of the other headlines and for that back to ron. >> hi again dan and bianna, alex, good morning, everyone. in the news new york state declared a flu emergency, latest response to the epidemic and many churches are taking steps to protect members installing hand sanitizers. former president george h.w.
bush is back to his old self and doing fine, he was hospital sized since thanksgiving abronchitis and a lingering cough. a thrilling night in the football playoff, the ravens stunned the broncos tying it with a 70-yard touchdown. 30 seconds left in the fourth then the ravens won it with a field goal in the second overtime. the 49 remembers beat the green pay backers, 41-31. next round, the niners quarterback kaepernick had a record number of yards for a quarterback. over to ginger zee. happy birthday to you. >> oh, keep singing, ron. we have congratulations in order too for folks in seattle. they broke a record. 6,000 tickets were sold and the biggest snowball fight in the world.
they defeated people in korea. look at this. that's what you have to do to break a record around here, tow 160,000 pounds of snow and do that. thatting looks like fun of they had a little snow earlier. places not seeing snow but heavy rain and severe storm, not strong storm, alabama, northern georgia, eastern tennessee and western carolinas. you know, all that warm air, you knew it wasn't going to last forever, new york city tumbles to 43 after mid-50s, upper 50s tomorrow. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> this weather report without to you by at&t. dan and bianna. >> a brother and sister reunited after more than six decades
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♪ let's shine the sun -- >> the brother and sister reunion 65 years in the making separated as little kids and yesterday they saw each other for the first time. >> seen those black and white photos and have a 7-year-old neighbor with impressive internet skis to thank for their reunion and tanya rivero is here with that. >> it took a child to bring together two people separated as children and this story of in r
intergenerational friendship and lasting family ties that will tug at your heart strings and make you believe in the power of social media. >> real anxious. >> reporter: clutching roses meant for a sister not seen in 65 years. clifford boasson nearly collapses. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: when he finally lays eyes on betty biladou. the brother and sister separated as children. >> you're about the same height as mine was. >> reporter: they and their three siblings scattered among foster homes. >> i was 5 years old, so i don't think i knew how to count at that time so i don't know how old he was, like 3 years old. >> reporter: betty and clifford spend decades trying to track each other down but it took this 7-year-old boy to finally bring them together. >> nobody would help meme until i came and met eddie. >> he is the son of clifford's landlord and said he just wanted to help his lonely neighbor. >> families are important.
>> reporter: so he put his online sleuthing skills to work. >> i went on facebook and i typed in this and there were a whole bunch of pictures that showed up and one of them kind of looked like her and i zoomed in on it and started there and showed it to my mom and dad. >> reporter: found on facebook live flag missouri. one thing led to another, culminating in the tearful reunion in iowa on saturday. >> one thing he said, he has someone now to send a christmas card to. >> reporter: now eddie has one final hope for his good friend clifford. >> he's never been on vacation and i want them to go on vacation to disney world with me. >> reporter: clifford's next stop is a visit to betty's family in st. louis to make up for all those missing year. >> that's just half of them. >> after all those years on his
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our weekly hunt for exotic. a video of a puppy and her first experience with stairs. this is a puppy named daisy. she's never gone down the stairs before and the big dog simon appears to help her. here it goes. nope. she's estimate reluctant but simon does not give up. look at that. look at that and it works. it works. simon coaxes her all the way down the stairs. it's incredible. by way of contrast, how cats do this. this is a cat trying to go down the stair answer another cat. watch this. this is very compassionate. watch this, wait for it. >> all right. >> it's effective. >> major study. >> all right -- >> guess what animal i like better? from the animal kingdom to the ukraine, natural transition. ho do you say train stunt in russian?
>> i don't know. >> well, anyway, check this out. this is a train stunt translated into english somewhere in the ukraine. apparently this is a popular pastime or whatever you want to call it, sport -- >> something stupid. >> how do you say crazy. >> around the world. >> the guy got on a crane and hangs with his arms and walking along with it and he doesn't fall. >> doesn't look easy. >> tonight try it. ginger, you are a not doing that. >> no, i will check it no. i want to introduce you to dexter the monkey. take a look at what dexter does when he sees his reflection in the mirror. bait for it. wait for it. his mirrors point to it. oh! who's that. he does that every time he goes to the bathroom mirror >> that's how i feel at 4:00 in the morning. who is that? >> so i'm fixated on girl scout cookies. they've got a new flavor. we have girl scouts. come on in, jordan sold more
than a thousand boxes, impressive and victoria and dana and you are here to tell us about the new flavor. what is it. >> mango cream. >> in unison. i like it. what do you think? everyone will taste it. what do you think of the flavor. >> very tropical. >> very tropical. mixed reviews online but it adds to the typical flavors we have, right? >> i like it. >> i like it too. >> people are saying they don't like this, huh? i like it. it's very good. >> there are others that i like more. >> thin mints probably. >> do you like it? >> i do. >> how is it selling? >> we don't know yet. our cookie season has just started. >> national girl scout cookie day is february 8th when we can really -- >> you'll sell 2,000, respect you? is that your mission now? >> yeah. >> why are you setting the bar so low? 2,000? well, ron double dips on the cookies, a quick break with more
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>> good morning, everyone, thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with meet lease average. >> hello, everyone. temperatures have been below freezing for several hours right now. there's a freeze warning in effect for our interior valleys and a frost advisory for the bay shoreline until 8:00. temperatures have dropped into the mid-20s around the bay. it is really cold out there. if you have to get out, you will have to give yourself some time to scrape the frost off the windshield. it looks likes we are in store for another couple of cold, cold nights before our air mass against to modify. this morning 23 to 43 across the bay with the warmer numbers right here, downtown san francisco this afternoon. and another col
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