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th. ♪ good morning, america. this m good morning, america. this morning -- dangerous deluge. a powerful storm pummelling the pacific northwest. >> it just came down. it was -- it was a deluge. >> power outages. soaked cars. even water pouring through the roof of the seattle-tacoma airport. and there's another storm on the way. off the cliff. late-night outrage on the floor of congress. >> delay obama care. >> what if democrats said we're going to shut down the government? >> is there any way to avoid a government shutdown now with time running out? no show. amanda knox defending her decision not to return to italy for her murder retrial tomorrow. what her life is like now, back at home. and alec baldwin, as you have never seen him before.
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>> thanks, honey. >> nothing. >> why is this guy, famous for run-ins with everyone, from flight attendants and photographers, now striking yoga poses? never had treatment from my husband like that when i was pregnant. >> not from alec. >> not well trained. >> exactly. >> has anyone seen alec baldwin like this before? >> no. >> never. it's amazing. ron is like i don't know who he is. >> i do, i do. he's a soap opera star, right? >> right. also coming up -- a hidden danger in your medicine cabinet. how not sticking to the recommend dose of a popular painkiller could land you in the hospital. or worse. dr. jen ashton is here to talk about that. >> 80,000 people a year to the er every year.
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a serious subject. also, across the pond, the big royal christening of the future king of england is now less than a month away. and buzz is building in the uk. how william and kate are putting their special stamp on this storied tradition. or shall we say a special coin. >> is that a hint? >> that's a hint. >> subtle hint, thanks, ron. and beneath the dirt and dust, car aficionados are finding treasures in the nebraska this weekend. hundreds of classic chevys decades old, many with only five to ten miles on the odometer. they may not look like much but they are gems. we'll show you much more coming up. but, we're going to start here with a wild night of rain and high winds in the pacific northwest. they're setting records in fact even in a part of the country famous for rain. our meteorologist ginger zee is all over this story. she's tracking the latest. there she is. ginger, good morning. >> good morning to you guys. this is not only record rain, we're talking all-time wettest september days. in both seattle and olympia with almost three inches yesterday. and this thing isn't over.
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yesterday, after the rain fell, the first round at least, you had many cars submerged around washington, oregon, too, trees down on power lines. it looked like this, but it sounded like this. record rains pouring through the roof at the seattle airport. as millions in the pacific northwest plow through one of two powerful weekend storms, more than five inches of rain falling in parts of the cascades. some getting more than a month's worth of water in just one day. >> it just came down. it was a -- it was a deluge. >> reporter: and then, the wind. >> the wind is so strong. i can't even contain myself right now. >> reporter: gusting at 70 miles an hour, the high winds tearing at power lines. this morning, thousands are waking up in the dark. more than 20,000 in portland alone. >> a bit of fall excitement here. this is crazy weather. >> reporter: and crazy gets
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crazier as a second storm sets its sights on the region yet again today. here we go. we have more rain coming. we're talking three to five inches if you're in the red area. just east of the big metro areas of seattle and portland. seattle could see the wettest september month on record if they get the number up there. couple of more inches. still, it's not just the rain, the wind could be even heftier today. flood watches and warnings and also high wind warnings. a lot of folks along the coast. the wind watches and advisories going all of the way to western montana. much more in the nation's weather coming up. back to bianna. >> a rough few days for folks in the northwest. all right, ginger, thank you. we'll see you in a few minutes. we're going to turn now to washington where, after a late-night session that ran into early this morning, congress is still divided over a new budget bill and the deadline to avert a government shutdown, midnight monday. that's getting closer every minute. among those that would be the hardest hit would be the government workers who would be
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told, don't bother heading to work. abc's jeff zeleny is on capitol hill with the very latest. good morning to you, jeff. >> reporter: good morning, bianna, it's been 17 years since the last government shutdown. but the next one is likely to come in less than two days. house republicans following the demand of the tea party activists decided in a rare overnight session to dig in their heels once again and fight. overnight, house republicans doubling down, holding firm on their demand of a one-year delay of obama care at the price of keeping the government running. >> this is program that is too expensive to afford. delay obama care. >> reporter: the house vote pushes the government even closer to the edge of its first shutdown in 17 years. >> what if democrats said we're going to shut down the government if we don't get immigration reform, gay rights or gun control? >> reporter: the biggest question in washington is no longer will the government shut down but who should be blamed if it does? in the middle of it is 27-year-old maria, one of the 800,000 federal employees who
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won't be at work or getting paid tuesday morning if there's a shutdown. she has student loans. and recently moved out of her parents' house. >> i live paycheck to paycheck. i don't save up money to pay my bills. i would have to find a way to manage to take care of my bills. >> reporter: for two years, she's worked as an information assistant at the pentagon. riding the roller coaster of budget cuts, furloughs and uncertainty. >> it's just one of those cases where, here we go again. >> reporter: the fears of a shutdown reverberating far outside washington to the air force base in biloxi, mississippi. >> it's definitely going to impact the amount of money i may make. >> reporter: joe jones fears his business will suffer if government employees can't come to work. >> if they were to lose their paychecks like everyone else, that might motivate them to probably solve some of the problems they're facing right now. >> reporter: what is the endgame? that's the question here this
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morning in washington without a clear answer. senate majority leader harry reid called what the house did pointless. i'm told by aides this morning, the senate won't consider it, they will object it, sending it back to the house, once again, speaker john boehner will have to decide what he's going to do with this bill. this is putting divided government to a whole new level. >> if this does lead to a government shutdown, you have to wonder how it's going to affect the president's scheduled trip to asia next week. a lot of questions with that. let's go to george stephanopoulos, host of "this week." we talk about the government shut down but we have to mention the debt ceiling, how do these two interact? if we do go over the edge, is the almost better to -- >> jeff was talking who's going to get blamed. the real question is, how long is this government shutdown going to last? it's all but assured that the government is going to shut down for at least a short period of time late monday night, tuesday, we'll see how long it takes to sort that out. but you're right. the debt limit, far more important october 17th. the consequences of missing that deadline catastrophic for the
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economy. so a lot of observers do believe that maybe, the house, and senate and the white house get this out of their system on the government funding bill and it will make it easier to pass the debt limit later. but, you know, we've been through this now the last several years. every single time we go to brink it seems like the sides are driven further apart. so there's no guarantee it's going to make it easier. >> let me pick up on that, and let's look at some of footage of house members leaving the capitol. past midnight last night. as we look at the footage, i would like to you to step back and give a more holistic diagnosis, dr. stephanopoulos, are we doomed to endless rounds of this brinksmanship? or, is this a bad phase we're in? >> that's why the president has taken such a hard line on the debt limit thing. he's not going to negotiate with republicans. they say, you are going to negotiate with iranians but not with us?
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he says that is a essential, you got to break this fever. you can't allow the press to every time we come up against the debt limit there's going to be a negotiation between the two parties. you just got to say, we got to get back to regular business and pass the debt limit and pay our bills. and that's why he is taking a hard line. >> there's the question, can the fever be broken? george, i know you'll be talking a lot about that later on the show this morning. thanks for coming here, appreciate it. george will have the latest on the potential government shutdown and an interview with former president bill clinton, who has lots of interesting thoughts on this. on this "this week," later this morning. george, thanks again. there was lots of news overnight. of course, as always, of course. >> dr. claiborne. >> yes. dr. claiborne. >> from dr. stephanopoulos to dr. claiborne. >> good morning, everyone. we have breaking news out of london this morning, amazing pictures coming in right now. take a look. 30 people have been rescued from a boat fire on the thames river. you can see smoke pouring from the boat. crews on hand to get everyone off. no word if there are any injuries and right now, no cause. new information on the
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yarnell wildfire in arizona that killed 19 firefighters from the granite mountain hot shots team. a report just out says that communications problems and unusual weather conditions created a deadly situation. abc's clayton sandell has more. >> reporter: this morning, a tragic mystery still unsolved. why did 19 elite firefighters leave a safe position only to get caught in the path of a raging inferno? as the yarnell hill fire chewed through the terrain, all radio contact with the granite mountain hotshot team was lost. for 30 minutes, commanders didn't know it. >> no one directed them to move from the location they were in. obviously, they made a decision based on the information that they had. >> reporter: a new report by local and federal fire experts reveals the hot shots likely lost sight of the blaze. in a canyon fuel of tinder dry fuel. that's when powerful winds suddenly turned the flames
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directly toward them. >> the wind shifted again. and this time, it shifted and increased in velocity and brought the fire up the canyon at them. >> reporter: with flames closing in, the hot shots had two short minutes to deploy fire shelters like these. >> we're talking about temperatures in excess of 2,000 degrees. >> reporter: the firestorm so extreme, investigators said no one could have survived. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. new details about that controversial nsa surveillance program. according to "new york times," since 2010, the nsa has been tapping into data to track people. they used to identify those people, including americans, they tracked their location, traveling companions and other personal information. and a big shakeup at the top ranks of the nuclear weapons program. vice admiral tim giadina has been suspended and under investigation for issues related
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to gambling. he is the number one officer at the u.s. stra treegeic command. and police are investigating a shooting inside of a church in lake charles, louisiana, the victim, the pastor, shot dead while he was preaching. witnesses say the gunman walked into the church, shot the pastor twice at close range. a suspect was arrested a short time later. no word on a motive this morning. and a wild scene at a high school football game in indiana, south bend, indiana, when a brawl broke out on the field on friday, benches clearing. coaches even getting involved. school officials said they're considering whether to file criminal charges over that incident. and, you know, it takes weeks to build a bridge but only seconds to bring one down. take a look at this. a bridge connecting two counties in western pennsylvania, well, it's no more. an enthusiastic crowd was on hand to watch it come down. problem now, there's no way to get from one side to the other. >> no, i see it, it's right
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there. >> yeah. it's a new bridge. couldn't fool you, bianna. >> she misses nothing. nothing. >> sharp eagle eye. >> i got that eye, exactly. and finally, speaking of texas, one of the greats in baseball has played his last game in texas. houston, texas, and he went out in style. andy pettitte of the new york yankees, pitching his final game of his long, illustrious career last night against the houston astros. in his hometown of houston, he pitched a complete game for the win and received a standing ovation from the crowd after the final out and in fact the houston astros players went on to the field to clap and applaud. >> that's what we do in houston. that's how we celebrate. >> it's not football. >> thanks, ron. now a "gma" health alert. new report on the popular painkiller acetaminophen. often sold under the name tylenol. but it's in hundreds of drugs. between 2001 and 2010, more than 1,500 people died from accidental acetaminophen overdoses.
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abc news senior medical contributor dr. jen ashton is here this morning. >> good morning, guys. >> yeah. we appreciate you coming in. this is not a new issue. what's going on? are people not getting the message? >> you're right, this is not a new issue. the problem is, both patients or the lay public, consumer, as well as the medical community, the message is not getting through, we're talking about preventable deaths here. so this is something that, as you said, is in hundreds of medications over the counter and prescription. people need to know the number, the maximum daily dose, which is 4,000 milligrams in a 24 hour period. if necessary, they need to get out a calculator, add up what they're taking or ask their pharmacist or their physician, because this can kill. only a small amount over that 4,000 milligrams can cause liver failure or be deadly. >> such a popular and prevalent drug. what happens if in fact you do overdose? >> well, first of all, the liver is the major metabolic organ in
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the body. initially, short term, you would have nausea, vomiting. you could have no symptoms for a while as the abnormalities kick in. it could lead to coma. this is something that needs to be taken seriously. if you are on pain medication or multiple medications, you need to look for this ingredient, acetaminophen, and do the math and add it up. i tell my patients, try to stay in the 3,000 milligram range. just to be safe. no alcohol. >> no alcohol whatsoever? >> i think you want to err on the side of caution. we're talking about 150 deaths a year that are unnecessary. >> even if you sprained your knee and you're taking tylenol. >> no drinking, better safe than sorry. >> it's also important to raid the label. >> read the label or ask pharmacists. they're a huge resource. and we're not using them enough. >> dr. ashton, thank you. thanks so much for coming in. >> appreciate it. well, we're going to turn now overseas, there's a new baby, you have heard of him, prince george. >> yeah, i think i have heard of him. >> the fanfare around him isn't over quite yet. the world's most famous baby --
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well, britain is busily preparing for the newest royal's christening. it's important in the church of england and we're learning more details this morning about the event being called an intimate affair. abc's lama hassan is in london with the details. everyone wants to get a peek of his face, lama. >> reporter: good morning to you, bianna, mark your diary, synchronize your watches, because we finally have a date for that long-awaited christening of little prince george. all the details chosen by william and kate. showing yet again how unique that are as a royal couple. the date, october 23rd. the place, the chapel royal at st. james's palace. the event, the royal christening of prince george alexander louis. third in line to the throne. william and kate break from tradition, picking a venue that hasn't hosted a royal christening for 25 years. a place where diana was last bid farewell by her family.
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before her funeral. >> i think what's really nice all of the way through his relationship with kate, he has included his mother in some way. he gave kate his mother's engagement ring. and this is a way of him including princess diana in prince george's life as well. >> reporter: but don't expect to attend this royal ceremony. this is typically a private event for close family and friends. there is one way to feel included. you're very own commemorative coin. the coins will be available in solid going, silver and a more affordable option. this is the first time new coins have ever been produced for a royal christening in britain. >> and i think that really says everything about just how big a moment this christening is for the country. >> reporter: prince george's christening will be conducted by the archbishop of canterbury. the baby will wear a replica of the christening gown made for queen victoria's eldest daughter in 1841. the queen is also expected to pose in a highly anticipated portraits including all three
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future monarchs. her son charles, prince of wales. her grandson, william, and of course, great grandson george. >> it's the first time that a picture of this kind has been taken in more than 100 years and to have four generations of the royal family and the queen and three kings in waiting is a pretty special thing. >> reporter: and as a betting nation, the bets are already on to who will take the important role of being godfather and god mother. in the lead, uncle harry and auntie pippa. members of the royal family usually get about six god parents. so there is still room for more. all of those details will be revealed closer to the christening. bianna and dan, back to you. >> the other detail, what is kate going to wear? she always looks fabulous anyway. lama, thank you. >> ron and i have been taking bets on that for weeks. ron is going with lavender. >> i'm thinking lavender. what do you think? >> polka dots, maybe. >> i don't want to reveal now.
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ginger, save me, please? >> i under, she will wear ox blood in. i don't know. it's supposed to be in. i don't know, i just read the magazines. let's talk about the weather and get to dallas, we'll go to wfaa's state fair video because it was a wet one, they got about a half inch in dallas. much-needed rain. but in some places, it same too fast. south and east, three inches. san antonio, had some water rescues. so, now that cold front moves off to the east and you'll see some drying up. dallas warming up to around 90 by the time we get to the start of the work week. let's move on, then, i want to show you a live shot, this is from washington, d.c., lot of people on the east coast had a great day on saturday. and if you're in knoxville, tennessee, you'll end up in 75. coastal new england, you have fog to deal with. once that burns off, it will be nice. little cooler, cooled by the ocean there. boston, 63 for a high today. we'll see some warming in places that had all of the snow. wyoming, look at this, they had snow and now, 76. that's fall
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you know, ron was asking me all through the break, what about the tropics, ginger? coming up in the next half hour, i'm going to hit on that, ron. don't worry about it, ron. it's going to be okay. >> he was also angry you took his ox blood red color. a point of sensitivity. thank you, ginger. this weekend, gearheads and car geeks are descending upon a tiny town in nebraska for a huge auction of old chevys. they may look a little beat up, but there is something truly unusual going on here.
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abc's rob nelson, him safl gear head, all over this story. >> i love my ford escort. good morning, everybody. for all of you car lovers out there, what you're about to see is quite literally a field of dreams. 80 acres filled with vintage american classics from the '50s, '60s and '70s. some of these cars have barely been driven and many are fetching some big bucks. don't let the dirt and dust fool you. 6 beneath all of the grime, there is buried treasure in the form of vintage american cars now up for auction. >> 5,000! >> reporter: we're a long way from the era of malt shops, drive-ins and rocking around the clock. >> they don't make them like this anymore. >> reporter: but in nebraska this weekend, nostalgia reigns as car lovers from around the world shell out big bucks for these diamonds in the rough, classic pieces of automotive history. >> a lot of these cars, i have
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owned, i have driven. >> reporter: while many of the chevie chevys may not look like much on the outside, peek your head in and you'll see some of these babies are literally like new. >> it's been sitting for 50 years, collecting dust. and it's just like it came off the assembly line in 1963. >> reporter: all of the 500 classics on the auction block this weekend are left over inventory from a closed chevy dealership. they were put in storage. >> how often do you see a car like this that is never used? >> reporter: some of the cars have been driven less than ten miles. others have seats still wrapped in the factory plastic. this blue chevy cameo pickup has just one mile on the odometer. and sold for a cool $140,000. this 1955 chevy 150 fetched more than $50,000. >> '55 chevy. needs some work. but a nice little car. >> reporter: fixer uppers and
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american classics and more that 10,000 car enthusiasts all out for a glimpse of what was and what could be. if you like what you saw in that story, you're certainly not alone. that auction drew registered bidders from all 50 states. as well as seven countries. you can't find a hotel room within at least 50 miles of that town. >> another reminder that americans love their cars. >> we do. ford escorts, included. thank you, rob. >> yeah. >> the ladies love it. >> smooth. >> fod maverick. that's a classic. >> that's it, man. >> thanks, rob. >> yeah. okay, coming up on "gma" no return. why amanda knox said that she won't be going back to italy this week to be retried for the death of her roommate. quite a stretch, new role for alec baldwin, why he is all zenned out and yogarrific. keep it here. yoga-rrific.
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alec is going to come behind me and he's going to press into my hips. >> that is alec baldwin striking an unusual pose, playing a role in a yoga video. the project that is near and dear to his heart? well, often obviously, this is before his wife gave birth to their baby daughter. could another chance at fatherhood be bringing out a softer side? they're even wearing matching tops. >> i'm impressed. slash suspicious. good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. >> and i'm dan harris. this is sunday, september 29th, and we're joined by ginger, ron and sara haines. also coming up this half-hour -- what is this thing? that thing? and how do you eat it? we're going to try to get ron claiborne to eat this thing. >> it looks like a sea urchin. >> this is the latest creation from the guy who created the
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cronut. so, get hungry. >> i think you'll like it, ron. i think you'll like it, ron. chocolate. >> amazing. >> that's coming up. >> i'm sorry. go ahead. continue with the show. >> we're trying to anchor a show here. >> are we on? but we begin this half-hour with the retrial of amanda knox, it starts tomorrow in italy, but the american student won't be there. >> two years ago, italy's highest court overturned knox's murder conviction and the 26-year-old returned home to seattle where she sat down with abc. >> a walk is really important for coming back. >> reporter: as a new trial looms, amanda knox is haunted by her 1400 nights locked in an italian prison. >> i had panic attacks. and just broke down and i couldn't breathe. >> reporter: she said panic attacks and ptsd still plague her and physical freedom hasn't freed her mind.
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so much so, that sometimes she thinks she sees fellow prisoners on the street. >> i thought that i was okay, i was home, and i wasn't. i was so angry and i was so sad. >> reporter: she said reliving her ordeal triggers her breakdowns. but tomorrow, she can't avoid her reality, her freedom is once again in the hands of a panel of italian judges and jurors. >> facts are facts. and i'm not afraid of them. >> reporter: no new evidence or witnesses are likely. what is possible, rudy guede, the only person serving a sentence for the crime, could take the stand. he admitted to police that he was at the crime scene. as court begins tomorrow, knox will stay in seattle and start her final year studying creative writing at university of washington. >> i would like to write more. i have already worked on other projects. >> reporter: she'll be waiting for updates from her italian lawyers in between classes. not exactly the college life she
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dreamed of. >> i'm really looking forward to actually getting a place to live. >> reporter: and not the same amanda knox who set off to study abroad six years ago. how have you changed? >> i know that my family was expecting the old amanda back which is the old amanda that i'm not quite as chirpy anymore. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abc news, seattle. >> you can really see how this experience changed her. >> really changed her. 1400 days in jail. >> sorry. >> abc news and "good morning america" will be covering the trial. obviously. >> it is a big trial. nervous time for her. let's switch gears now and get the forecast -- get the headlines. >> i will give you the forecast. >> dr. claiborne. >> rain in the northwest, i believe, record rain in the northwest. >> right. good morning, everyone. in the news, a spending bill passed by the house of representatives is heading to the senate this morning.
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the bill would keep the government running but would delay obama care for a year. senate democrats said they will not pass that bill. if a bill isn't passed, the government will shut down beginning this coming sunday. and relief supplies are already making their way to pakistan, in an area devastated by two earthquakes in the past week. no reports of casualties after saturday's quake. but officials say that they may be because the quake earlier in the week destroyed most of the buildings in that area. terror threats didn't stop miss world from being crowned in indonesia last night. miss philippines won the title this year. muslim hard liners had threatened to disrupt the pageant. and finally, for all of those women wondering what to do with that ugly bridesmaid dress in your closet, how about this? hundreds of women took part in the annual -- second annual of the running of the bridesmaid in boston, massachusetts, on saturday. how about that? the event raised money for the big sisters association. time now for the real weather and over to ginger zee. >> i can handle that and i have a couple of dresses to borrow
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for that run in the future. kidding, friends, i have loved all the dresses i have worn. let's check in. i know you have been broken up about the tropics and worried about them, ron. they're going to be okay, not a threat to land. we're watching a tropical depression, out far in the atlantic. tropical disturbance in the care caribbean, has a chance to turn to something more. some computer models trying to take it to florida by later in the week. but these things are far off. we're going to keep watching the tropics, that's really the headline there. the other thing i wanted to hit on, is not only the rain in the pacific northwest of course, the wind, they will gust to some 50, 70-plus, even windier than we saw. all of those arrows are showing you how gusty it's going to be. tonight into tomorrow, a lot of folks will see power lines down. something to note if you're planning on driving or traveling in the pacific northwest. and then, how about chicago? one of my favorite places in the u.s. you got a great shot there starting you off and from wls, our favorite affiliate, what's going to happen after a beautiful morning? you'll see temperatures here in
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chicago, 68 today. close to 80 by tuesday. kansas city, you're seeing some warm. minneapolis too. st. louis, right there in the 70s. >> this weather report has been brought to you by edward jones. ron? >> close to -- close to 80 in chicago by tuesday. >> there you go. he's such a good listener. >> you guys can take turns doing the weather. >> i will do headlines? coming up on "good morning america" -- check out this guy's appetite. can pine cones really taste that good? we'll experiment with ron. we'll get an answer. wait until you see the human version in all-edible pop news. >> all-edible pop news coming up. and this proof that alec
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now, alec is going to come behind me. >> we really can't get enough of this video this morning. alec baldwin is known for speaking his mind. the october actor of course takes no prisoners, famously lashing out at the paparazzi. >> it's not that we can't get enough of the video, i just can't believe it. i wait for him to scream at somebody. this is a new yoga video. the question, could time, marriage, and a new baby soften the man? abc's linzie janis is on the story. >> reporter: good morning. this is anage-old dilemma. can a marriage change a man? this new video may be evident that hilaria baldwin has pulled it off. >> thanks, honey. >> nothing. >> reporter: this is no comedy show spoof. it's alec baldwin as we have never seen him before. >> now, alec is going to come behind me and he's going to press into my hips gently. >> reporter: the actor known for his twitter tirades and bust ups with the paparazzi appears to be revealing a softer side in his wife hilaria's new yoga dvd.
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>> having a baby is a really exciting time in our lives. >> reporter: the fit mommy-to-be prenatal yoga dvd stars the then-pregnant mrs. baldwin. in vanity fair, the new mother opened up about the couple's balance of power. saying he very much did what i wanted him to do. i was the boss that day. we're both very bossy people and that day he let me the boss. >> i think he's wildly in love with his wife. she has a new project and he's there to support her as any loving husband would do. i think she's been a really good, calming influence on him. >> reporter: baldwin has credited his wife for getting him happier and healthier. as the co-founder of yoga-vita, hilaria is one of the ancient fitness's regime biggest names. even showing lara spencer and josh elliott poses in the summer of 2012. alec baldwin's latest supporting role comes years after antics as
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donning a paparazzi proof getup. his notorious runway run-in. and the latest, after a british reporter accused his wife of tweeting during james gandolfini's funeral. he tweeted, i'm going to find you, you toxic little expletive and i'm going to expletive you up. hilaria told vanity fair her philosophy. when it comes to the paparazzi, you have to let them blend in with the madness of the city. she said that yoga helps. her dvd comes out tuesday. you got to wonder, how much alec baldwin is getting beat on right now by his friends? could you get away with that? >> he's a man a love. >> all her girlfriends probably love him. >> key word, girlfriends. >> yeah. coming up on "gma," our all-edible edition of "pop
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news." sara haines is doing her vanna white thing. from front of a cornucopia of food. that's the craziest thing i have ever seen. sara haines with pop news after the break. es with pop news after the break. to give it my best shot. these days i'm living with a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. at first, i took warfarin, but i wondered, "could i up my game?" my doctor told me about eliquis. and three important reasons to take eliquis instead. one, eliquis was proven to reduce the risk of stroke better than warfarin. two, eliquis had less major bleeding than warfarin. and three... unlike warfarin, there's no routine blood testing. [ male announcer ] don't stop taking eliquis unless your doctor tells you to, as stopping increases your risk of having a stroke. eliquis can cause serious and in rare cases fatal bleeding. don't take eliquis if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. while taking eliquis, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer than usual for any bleeding to stop.
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♪ viewers will know that sara haines joined us a few weeks ago. and in her relentless campaign to get in with her co-anchors, she's brought us a ton of food this morning. >> a way to this group's hearts is definitely through their stomachs. we actually have an unusual "pop news." it's all food. let me start with coffee. today is national coffee day. in honor of the special day, many of your favorite chains are offering freebies. swing by a dunkin donuts, krispy kreme, starbucks and other
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places to cash in on a variety of offers, some free. fun facts, nearly 85% of adults drink it. it's a main staple at morning television. double fisted. >> i'm double fisted as well. >> at 8:00 a.m. is the busiest time to get your caffeine buzz. and did you know that coffee was originally eaten? african tribes mixed coffee berries with fat which formed edible energy balls. say that five times fast. edible energy balls. so, now for some of my favorite edible energy candy. a new flavor has joined the ranks of m&ms. pumpkin spice. just in time for halloween, the supersized candies will get you in the mood for some ghoulish entertaining. you have to hurry. they are new and they are only available at target for a limited time. >> i like it. >> yeah, they're good. >> i like anything chocolate, so i'm -- >> pumpkin spice. >> yeah. >> i thought it was pepper.
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>> you thought it was pepper? >> they have a peppery taste to it. >> not the marketing they want us to say. >> finally, from the inventor of the cronut, the frozen s'more, ron, you remember that. a dessert that celebrates the start of the fall season, these are edible pine cones, people, i know they look a little too good to eat. >> attack, claiborne. >> nutmeg cake filled with mousse and ginger caramel cream. this guy knows how to make a tree-t. did you get the pun? >> i got the pun. >> it's also natural popcorn month. which is why we threw some out here for you. >> what flavor? >> white cheddar. >> and bacon ranch. >> do you prefer the pine cone? >> it's delicious. we're out of time on this edible "pop news" sunday. thank you, you are excellent. >> i didn't talk at all. we'll be back with the stars of abc "lucky 7." right here in the studios, we're
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going to share pine cones with them. >> not eating mine. >> ron will share. en want to mo. i couldn't play my bassoon because of the pressure that i felt throughout my whole head. eventually i noticed that i had these little blisters up on my forehead and they started spreading. the blistering and the rash was moving down towards my eye. the doctors at the emergency room recommended that i have it checked out by an eye doctor. there was concern about my eyesight. i eventually learned that if i had chickenpox i was susceptible to getting shingles as an adult. i couldn't do the things i loved because of the pain. when i had shingles the music stopped.
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e back w we're back with two of the stars of the new abc show "lucky 7." lorraine and matt are both on this new show, the show about a group of seven workers at a convenience store who hit the lottery. and then like many in an office pool across the country have to share it. lots of interesting things happen after that. lorraine, what's the appeal of these characters to americans who fantasize about the lottery? >> it's an interesting question. i think it's pretty easy to focus on the lottery and the lottery is a certainly a part of what happens to us all, but to me, i think the main thing, we're just seven regular people, we work in a convenience store, a gas station. it's a diverse group of people. a warm group of people. i'm pretty new to america.
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as you can probably hear. >> matt, only seconds, you guys live tweet during the show. >> we sure do. we're @lucky7abc. we're live tweeting. follow us. >> we'll be watching. >> we appreciate it and thank you so much. thank you for watching "good morning america." we'll see you next weekend and the real "gma" will be back tomorrow morning. "good morning america" will be back tomorrow morning.
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good morning and welcome to "this week." breaking overnight, shutdown showdown. the house takes a hard line on obama care. all but assuring a government shutdown just one day from now. this morning, all of the breaking details and what it means for you. president clinton weighs in. >> there are times when you have to call people's bluff. plus, paul krugman and bill kristol will join the powerhouse roundtable. and a bombshell breakthrough. the president's historic phone call with iran's new leader. >> we have a unique opportunity to make progress. >> but is iran really ready to reject nuclear weapons? or is this a charmed offensive to cover a bomb? we put the tough questions to the iran's foreign minister live. all that, plus bill


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