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news and increasingly ominous tones coming out of north korea. this morning in fact we're getting fresh indications about when the strange and secretive regime there might conduct an expected missile launch that could ratchet up the tension in this crisis even further. bob woodward is in seoul, south korea. >> reporter: the reporting out of seoul is that the south korean military is now speculating that if there is a missile launch, it could be happening sometime around april 15th or before because that day is the 101st birthday of the founder of north korea kim ill so song. parades, marches and military action are connected to important dates. the last nuclear test happened within a few days of the birthday of kim jong-il. this rocket last april launched but failed took place a couple days before the 100th birthday
of his grandfather kim il-sung. that's why they're watching the movements toward the coast trying to predict what will happen if a missile is launched how south korea, japan or the u.s. should react. >> we think we have the capable to knock it down but have never tested against it so until you actually do it for real, there's no knowing that we have absolutely 100% certainty of knocking this down. so there's obviously going to be some tension within the u.s., as well. can we actually engage this missile. >> reporter: in a frightening warning the north korean government is encouraging foreign embassies including britain and russia to leave before april 10th because they cannot guarantee their security anymore. but this morning, here in seoul, life appears to be pretty normal. in the rain, the streets are filled because they have lived through such propaganda so many times they are fairly confident
this is just another spectacle. "our government should have a sword in one hand and hold out their other" this father told us. the kim jong-un regime will collapse. these canadian high school students tell us they have little fear. >> my mom is probably kind of nervous. nothing here seems like anything is wrong. if i didn't know anything was up you would have never guessed. it just seems scary for wheel are on the outside i guess. >> reporter: president obama is reaching out to china to tie to get them to convince north korea to back away from their possible threats and as you know, dan and bianna, china is the most influential country in asia. >> china a key player in the region. reassuring to see scenes pretty normal and reports out of north korea that things are the same there. >> i guess the big concern is we know so little about kim jong-un and his intentions. >> exactly. let's check in with linsey davis in for ron claiborne.
how are you. >> good morning, dan and bianna. good to see you guys. good morning, everyone. we begin with the former head of the cia getting a visit from the fbi. federal agents interviewed david petraeus, part of the ongoing investigation into whether paula broadwell received classified information. petraeus told investigators he did not share top secret documents with broadwell. he resigned from the cia last year after it was revealed. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff arrived in afghanistan for talks about u.s. troop levels. general martin dempsey is meeting with allied commanders as well as afghan officials. as many as 10,000 troops are expected to stay when combat operations end next year. that's down from the current 66,000. the parents of trayvon martin have settled a wrongful death claim against the florida subdivision where he was fatally shot last year. the amount of the deal between
the two will, however, remain confidential. neighborhood watch volunteer george zimmerman who claims he acted in self-defense goes on trial for the murder in june. and more fallout from that scandal at rutgers university. the school's athletic director has now resigned after that video showed former head coach mike rice assaulting players at practice. in his resignation, tim pernetti said, he wanted to fire rice right on the spot but claims other school officials were against it. and new evidence this morning that using cell phones while driving, laws against it are not working. the new survey finds at any given time, listen to this number, about 660,000 drivers are texting, talking or in some way using their cell phones while behind the wheel and we know that is risky business. and finally this morning, a sign of the times. the company that operated thousands of portrait studios at scores including sears and walmart went out of business
friday with little warning. the company was done in apparently by the popularity of digital cameras which everyone seems to have, of course, these days, but so many of us have those fond memories of going into the store to take our pictures. let's take a look back in memory lane if we can. throwback. first up, bianna, there you go. >> my parents with half their faces. >> yes. >> her parents are in there. >> yes, they are somewhere. >> right. >> oh, handsome. >> wow. >> yes, training to be an investment banker. >> where is that suit? >> it still fits. >> it's in rotation. >> moving on, ginger zee. >> oh. >> ginger. >> what's so funny about this picture i said mom for my birthday this is what i want and i thought with my braces and i that i was going to, you know,
supermodel it up right there. >> are those colored braces? >> you've got it. >> you're a supermodel to us. >> they want that little beret back. >> that explains it all in "blossom." big influences. >> oh. >> the good old upside down glasses. >> there are moments where you ask your mom what did i ever do to you? what did i do to deserve this? >> you look adorable though. >> no more of those pictures anymore is the bottom line. >> pretty sad, linsey, thank you. we'll turn now to former secretary of state hillary clinton who stepped back into the spotlight this week with a rousing speech in new york that had everyone watching for hints about her future and another possible run for the white house. abc's reena ninan is in washington with more. good morning, reena. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. oh, the tea leaves. she is soaring in national polling working on a book about her time as secretary of state but perhaps the biggest indication hillary clinton is running for president is simply
that she hasn't said no. >> probably a good idea to just find out how tired i am. >> reporter: will she or won't she? >> i am not thinking about anything like that right now. >> reporter: 2016 watchers already looking for clues. >> what's next? >> reporter: friday at the women in the world summit hillary clinton offered this. >> so many of the countries that threaten regional and global peace are the very places where women are deprived of dignity and opportunity. >> reporter: highlighting the need to empower women across the world. no specific mention of the need to getting a woman in here. >> whoo! >> reporter: but the pressure has begun. >> i think it's really important that we see strong women leaders showing us what we can do. >> reporter: there's already a super pac ready for hillary but could she redeem 2008's devastating loss in iowa.
hard to forget. >> i congratulate senator obama. >> reporter: even if she does win the primary clinton would face an opponent ready for battle. >> we'll have a republican party out of power for eight years. >> reporter: the former secretary of state is taking her time and if she chooses not to run, there still maybe hope for a female commander in chief in 2016. >> in the elections that we saw last november was a call by the american voters for more women's leadership. it elected a historic number of women into the senate, into the house. >> reporter: but for now the spotlight remains on hillary clinton. she'll speak in texas later this month. until she says yes or no, the hillary fever continues. dan and bianna. >> it does. as you pointed out she has not said no. that is the big thing. reena, thank you for your reporting. moving on to health news. this morning families across america are absorbing some big health news. a judge has ruled that girls under 17 should be able to buy the so-called morning after pill
without a prescription as easy as buying aspirin. >> a rare move. the judges overruling an age limit set by the obama administration calling it arbitrary and political. abc's dr. richard besser is here with the medical reality check for us. there's a lot of confusion about this. doctor, is this the same as the abortion pill. >> there's so much confusion about that. it is a different drug. rd 486 has to be given under a doctor's prescription. this is a hormone. in many birth control pills given at a higher dose and prevents pregnancy in the first place. >> here's why it is so controversial. some believe making this so commonly available will encourage young people to have sex. is this your view? >> i'm a parent of teenagers and i'm a pediatrician and one thing i know is far more teens are having sex than parents know or believe. some of it is unwanted, incest, abuse, but some are just young children making a decision to
have sex. the goal here is to the to foster earlier sex but it's to help prevent some of those unwanted pregnancies. 40% of pregnancies are unplanned and unwanted. by making this available over the counter the goal is that when that happens there is a choice between having a pregnancy or future abortion and not getting pregnant in the first place. >> is it safe. >> it's very safe. you know, there may be some breast tenderness, may be some irregular periods but it is an extremely safe drug. if someone uses it they still need to see their doctor afterwards for std testing but very safe. >> it is controversial. >> it is. >> great to see you. thank you very much. now to a look at where jobs are in this country. we just had a fresh report saying american employers did not add many new jobs last month. it was disappointing. wall street did not like it but there are some industries that are hiring and abc's linzie janis has been looking into that. good morning to you. >> good morning, guys. very lousy report but economists say it isn't time to panic just
yet. the housing market is still improving giving consumers a boost that there's one industry powering ahead. it's the symphony of sounds the economy is happy to hear. while it might be off pitch, the construction industry is still tuned up. >> now that the business is picking back up, the subcontractors that i use are trying to draw back in the people that had to leave the industry because there was no work. >> reporter: the construction sector added 18,000 jobs in march according to careerbuilder.com most of the jobs filled since 2010 were high tech like software developers, mechanical and industrial engineers. american companies hired just 88,000 workers last month. a far cry from the 236,000 new jobs added in february. businesses got cold feet worrying about the impact of $85 billion this automatic spending cuts that went into effect march 1st.
another eerie discovery the sheer number of people giving up the search. >> 500,000 americans quit looking for jobs in march. that means they just gave up and so that's how you get the unemployment rate to look lower because you shrink the pool. >> reporter: but among the 12 million still searching record numbers of job seekers are turning to trade and vocational schools across the country hoping specialized skills will help them land a job. >> contract work and all these will be able to be easily utilized. >> enrollment at trade schools is at a record high. job experts say tweaking your skills or retraining altogether is a good idea. that means adding more technical know-how to your resume. >> the stock market ended up higher. a lot thinking that meanings the fed will continue to pump money into the economy after the jobs report. >> exactly. >> great to see you, linzie. this is, of course, the biggest weekend for college basketball fans. we're just hours away from the two final four games.
and this year one game pits a small school cinderella story against a basketball powerhouse running on passion for an injured teammate. abc's john schriffen has the story. >> reporter: this morning the four best teams in college basketball are waking up in atlanta eager to bring home the championship. will it be michigan, syracuse, louisville or wichita state? yes, the shockers from wichita state in kansas have crashed the party. don't feel bad if you've ever heard of them. their star player hasn't either. >> i knew nothing about wichita state. i had to google it and see how big the city was. >> reporter: any other year the shockers would be america's favorite underdogs to pull off another upset but that was before the country met louisville's kevin ware who captured the country when he broke his leg in last week's regional final then vowed to play again. >> that is a gruesome-looking injury to kevin ware. >> reporter: to do something special for ware his team will hit the floor tonight sporting
shirts like this one with his number 5 on the front and their new slogan on the back. #winforware. >> because he's a big part of the team i'm glad the attention on him. i'm sorry for whoever has to fill his shoes. >> reporter: the nation two is cardinals with ware getting a call from first lady michelle obama. support from lebron james and when louisville faces wichita state tonight the shockers will be greeted by 1,000 fans wearing a mask of kevin ware paid for by the new york knicks amar'e stoudemire. his high school coaches say the community can't wait to see their hometown superstar even if he can't take the court. >> all of atlanta is rooting for louisville. >> i'm not going to say all of atlanta but the atlanta i know, they are. ♪ >> reporter: for "good morning america," john schriffen, abc news, atlanta. >> all right, bianna and i will take a quick break and google wichita. meanwhile, ginger zee is here with the forecast. >> i smell a storm chase this week. monday into tuesday i will likely be in the plains looking
for severe weather because it's going to happen. here's what's happening. you get the warmth of spring springing from here, 86 midland, 87 laredo, oklahoma city in the mid-70s too. pair that warmth with storms hitting and i say storms because it is plural hitting the west coast. some of the mountainous areas getting into some snow even into denver some snow but all of that energy starts to really circulate and bring up enough moisture and energy to create severe weather. again, tomorrow there's a little pocket in far western kansas and eastern colorado but i think it's monday into tuesday when we really see some severe weather outbreaks happening from dallas up to kansas city and then again on wednesday this thing progresses east and you can look for it from st. louis to little rock. updating you as we. >> through the week but, of course, spring hasn't sprung fully or at least what we think of it in a lot of places. duluth, minnesota, no, but that's spring for them. this looks like april in duluth. boy, did they get ita.
anywhere from 3 to 6 inches. chicago, 65 before the cold front whips through there. i'll leave you with a look across the nation. >> i'll start the twitter photos out in arkansas where we see a big bank of clouds, that low-lying cloud called fog. a beautiful shot from the road. drive safe, of course. indiana sunrise for you. just looking over the lake, beautiful. thank you for sending them in at
ginger, underscore, zee. >> can you put the hat back on that you were wearing in the picture. >> i didn't save either of those. >> the rubber bands. >> they worked. rainbow rubber bands. >> we'll call ginger and get that hat back. here it is, by the way, the face that provoked a presidential apology after he called kamala harris the nation's best looking attorney gener general. was this sexist or being blown out of proportion. gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: good morning, dan, good morning, bianna. this has sparked quite the debate across the country but as you're about to see the president seems to like complimenting people on their looks. he's done it many times before. this morning the four best teams in college basketball are waking up in atlanta. fund-raiser thursday where president obama praised california's attorney general kamala harris. she is brilliant and she is dedicated and she is tough, he said.
but that shoutout turned into a controversy when he added this "she also happens to be by far the best-looking attorney general in the country." now that's being called "sexist." >> if you have a powerful man is it okay for him to say to a less powerful woman in front of a group of women you look really great today? >> the great state of california. >> reporter: the president called harris to apologize thursday night. >> you know, he believes and fully recognizes the challenge women continue to face in the workplace and that they should not be judged based on appearance. >> reporter: it's the not the first time the president has called a powerful person good looking. in fact he does it a lot. the hud secretary. >> there he is, the good looking guy in the front here. >> reporter: the secretary of the navy. >> there he is right there, the good-looking guy there. >> reporter: the sons of israel's prime minister. >> they are very good-looking young men. >> reporter: and, of course, the first lady. >> how good looking is my wife? >> reporter: but this time some
people were offended and the president did what presidents rarely do. he said, i'm sorry. >> this president basically said today he's going to be sensitive enough to apologize even for saying something that was not truly that terrible. >> reporter: and the attorney general's office says the president and harris are good friends and she still supports him. but her spokesman said -- didn't say if harris accepts his apology. >> huh. >> and meanwhile, a rare misstep verbally by the first lady as well. >> it happened during a local tv interview on thursday. take a look. >> as a busy single mother or i shouldn't say single as a busy mother, sometimes, you know, when you have the husband who's president, it can feel a little single. >> do you think that was in response to him calling ms. harris a good-looking -- >> talk about revenge, right? i don't think so. >> anything can happen on live tv. we know that well. >> that's true.
>> the good-looking gio benitez, thank you for your reporting. >> the apology is coming later. >> i'll be putting out a statement later. coming up here on "gma," celebrity swatting much the prank that involves calling 911 on a-list stars. four of them in this past week alone so what is the lapd doing about this? also ahead, a tv legend turns 50. we celebrate "general hospital's" 50th anniversary with a look at some of the big stars who got their start on the famous soap. james bond and his favorite bond girl daniel craig and rachel weisz getting together for a new mission. what is it? we're back in just a moment. i have what science calls the nightly stuffy nose thing. i can't breathe, so i can't sleep. and the next day i pay for it.
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foul? >> that was really bad. >> we'll tell you -- >> not good. >> what's in those greasy buckets. >> i want to start with an apology for bianna golodryga's bad puns. it was in the teleprompter. this whole kentucky fried chicken thing is interesting, it's a generational shift. some of the young kids have grown up with chicken tenders and don't want to eat off the bone anymore. the colonel would not be happy with this. good morning, i'm dan harris, saturday april 6th. "general hospital" celebrating its 50th anniversary. we have combed through the archives and found a cavalcade of stars who appeared on this show. there's one right there. prepare to be surprised with what we show you coming up later this morning. >> dame taylor. also, big news for halle berry. why her next project won't be in the theaters. that's all coming up next but we do begin with a hollywood prank getting out of hand. celebrity swatting, bogus 911
calls that send the los angeles police swarming to the home of big stars. police are now saying the joke is over. ty hernandez is here with the story. >> hey. good morning. the dangerous pranks called swatting appear to be getting more popular and shaken up some of hollywood's biggest celebrities but after four stars were hit in less than a week l.a. police are saying enough is enough. this morning, justin timberlake joins the long list of stars hit by the swatting prank. this video taken from a passing tour bus outside the singer's home shows the result of this dangerous trend. here a tour guide explains to his passengers why a s.w.a.t. team has stormed timberlake's estate. >> there was a call, four men entered the home and there was a call of someone being shot inside the home. >> wow. >> it's very, very popular in los angeles. >> reporter: just hours later police respond to selena gomez's mansion. drawn by claims of gunfire.
>> we are responding with the mind-set of possibly encountering a suspect or suspects with weapons or multiple weapons. >> reporter: gomez and timberlake joined rihanna and p. diddy as the newest celebs targeted by the prank which relies on dramatic fake 911 calls like this one that sent s.w.a.t. teams to miley cyrus' home back in august. >> shot my wife -- >> you just shot your wife? >> i'm going to shoot someone else soon. >> there is a trend across the country and s.w.a.t.'ing is typically done through spoofing and spoofing is where you change the telephone number. >> reporter: the calls may be fake but the response is real. several of ashton kutcher's staff were rounded up at gunpoint until they determined the call about a home invasion was a hoax. a 12-year-old boy was charged with making that bogus 911 call but the culprits are often very
hard to trace. they sometimes hack into phone lines to place the calls or use computers to access 911 telex services for the hearing impaired. well, it's the hollywood a list nobody wants to be on but the list goes on and on, justin bieber, clint eastwood, not just celebrities but 400 incidents of s.w.a.t.'ing across the country and cost police an average of $10,000 each time. >> nasty trend. all right, ty, thank you. a lot of other news and for that we'll get it over to linsey davis in for ron claiborne this morning. >> good morning again, dan and bianna. good morning, everyone. in the news, new concern this morning that if north korea launches a missile it could be around april 15th. that's the birthday of the nation's founder. president obama is now reaching out to china for help in convincing the north to back off its threats. the faa is delaying the closing of 149 air traffic control towers until mid-june to review safety measures and resolve legal challenges to the
plan. the agency initially planned to close towers at small airports beginning tomorrow. boeing 787 dreamliner could be back in service as early as next month. the company conducted its final test flight friday with a new battery system and now it's up to federal regulators to sign off on the fix. the planes were grounded after the batteries caused a fire on a plane. and finally, a record price for the most coveted baseball card of all time. this honus wagner card sold for $2.1 million in an online auction this morning beating the previous record by half a million dollars. fewer than 200 of the cards were ever produced and why, oh, why didn't i ever start that baseball card collection. right now to the weather and ginger zee. >> i was so focused on his top button being buttoned. he's so hipster before hipster. >> the original hipster. >> let's go right to the nation's capital and that's where we've got cherry blossoms. it's happening, you guys,
spring, by tomorrow we'll be close to 70 in d.c. but let's talk about seeing those beautiful cherry blossoms. a beautiful shot here and of course if you're going to check it out the warmth doesn't stop tomorrow. it just keeps growing through the week. we'll see d.c.'s temperature go into the mid-70s by monday and tuesday. close to 80 by the midweek. so you know it's warm in d.c. that means it's going to be warm elsewhere, right? we'll be flirting with that warm/cold line through the weekend. cooler, 54. 62 by sunday. boston gets up to near 60 by the time we end the weekend. philadelphia in the mid-60s and a nice one. you start to dry out, 75 in jackson, mississippi, 71 for atlanta. that's a look at the big picture.
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an incredible streak. 50 years, "general hospital" has been appointment viewing for millions of americans. >> countless famous faces have appeared on the show, names including kristin davis, rick springfield. >> rick springfield. >> john stamos and even abc's katie couric. to celebrate the anniversary katie took a look back at some of the other big names that appeared on the show. >> really found him fascinating. >> reporter: in 1982 a 19-year-old got her big break on "general hospital." >> sister? >> yeah, have you ever seen her? >> reporter: demi moore beat out a thousand other actresses for the role of jackie temple ton. >> she was yelling for help. >> you didn't do anything to help her? >> she was a lot of fun. she was a little wacky, very
free-spirited and i think it was one of her first jobs. >> reporter: demi's biggest role before "gh," the lead in the horror film "parasite." >> and she's not the only famous face who's passed through the hospital doors. morgan fairchild. >> i have to vacuum the limo. >> reporter: roseanne barr. >> and you owe me, big guy. >> reporter: tyne daly. leonard theme moi before "star trek." george takei after "star trek." >> just like we are. >> get the gun. >> reporter: luke skywalker himself, mark hamill, even tv legend milton berle. >> myself, i can't make it through the day without a martini. >> reporter: all checked in here and recently oscar nominee james franco played a serial killer with psychotic glee. >> can you hear me now?
>> he came in and we threw a lot of materiality him because we only had him for a limited amount of time, so he would shoot episode after episode in one day. >> hey, mom. >> so we gave him quite a workout and he did a great job of playing one of the most bizarre characters we've ever had on the show. >> reporter: but the biggest star "gh" cameo came at the height of the luke and laura wedding phenomenon. >> i wanted to see what kind of man you were. what kind of man that almost fooled my husband. >> reporter: elizabeth taylor was a self-proclaimed super fan who asked the show for a guest stint. her five episode appearance as the millionaire widow helena cassadine culminated with her casting of curse on luke and laura during their wedding. >> i curse on you, laura and luke.
i curse on the both of you. >> reporter: did you guys become close? you alluded at one point, tony, to sort of a fling, if you will or some kind of relationship? >> i would call it more tan a fling. it lasted two years. >> reporter: really? >> yeah. >> wow. >> we spent a lot of time doing crazy things, regular stuff for people who would say, really, you played pinball with elizabeth taylor? yeah, and she was terrible. but she had a wonderful time doing it. >> wow, demi moore can really flow a punch. >> don't let me get cursed by liz taylor. >> oh, those eyes. you can see more with the cast of "general hospital," "the real soap dish" with katie couric tonight at 9:00, 8:00 central on abc. coming up, what would the colonel say after more than 60 years kfc unveiling one of the biggest changes to its menu
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♪ all right, it's time for "pop news." rachel smith and bianna golodryga both rocking the sea foam dresses this morning. >> we got the memo. >> learned something over the commercial break. linsey is wearing burnt sienna. >> remember that color. >> yes. >> i think halle berry could be sporting blue. her and her fiance are expanding their family. the couple is expecting a baby in the fall. this will be the first child for the pair who have been together more than two years. the oscar winning actress is âá precious lie nala her 5-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. congrats to the couple and allegedly it's a boy.
the hint of blue. on to another hollywood working on a movie. daniel craig and rachel weisz. they're teaming up against this time on broadway. the two will star as well husband and wife in the revival of "betrayal." about the fallout from an extramarital affair. and we have more from the reunion of the legendary "mary tyler
moore show" cast. mary, betts, valerie harper, cloris leachman and georgia engel are together for an episode of "hot in cleveland" and supporting valerie while she battling cancer. katie couric asked if they're till in touch with their male co-stars. >> do you guys ever talk to gavin or to ed, murray -- >> yes. >> do you all stay in touch? >> yes. >> i saw him on broadway in "grace" and he did such a wonderful job with paul ruud and
michael -- >> ed, he's great and gavin i talked to last week. >> they're precious. i love lou and murray but catch more of the reunion on monday. "hot in cleveland" returns with a live episode in june and "the mary tyler moore show" reunion episode all on tv land. finally the big breaker in "pop news." fried chicken. you guys better -- fried chicken lovers beware because kfc
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i've got crumbs all over the ground here. >> pretty good. >> good old original recipe. thank you for watching abc news. we're also online on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! watch "world news" with david muir later. great to have linsey here. >> i know. >> want more childhood photos, as well. >> tomorrow. >> have a great day.