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good morning, america. the bitter cold is back. temperatures plunging 20 degrees right now during this next freezing blast, as more than 100 fishermen are stranded by a massive whiteout three days in the middle of a lake blocked by blowing snow that wouldn't stop. breaking details on the capture of the world's most wanted drug dealer. just a week after el chapo escaped through a tunnel under his bathtub. how he was snatched in this messy hotel room, breakfast still on the stove. the new video just coming in. new details of the highway miracle caught on camera. the hero aunt who saved her baby nephew on the side of the road now reveals the whole story as we meet baby sebastian this morning. an abc news exclusive. it's over. it's earnhardt! >> and the dramatic end to the daytona 500. a rain delay of more than six
hours and chaos as cars slam into each other on the final turn. nascar's most popular driver, dale earnhardt jr., emerging from the smoke to win. as we say -- >> good morning, america. and good morning, america. hope you all had a good weekend. an exciting weekend for so many. what a farewell to the olympics last night. closing ceremonies in sochi. blockbuster show. circus performances. ballet and classical music. the olympic torch put out. >> congratulations to all. what a show they put on over the last couple of weeks. the overall medal count for team usa, 28. only russia was better. >> very fitting there. also speaking of the host country, showed a sense of humor
in the end. in the closing ceremonies, if if you remember the opening ceremonies and the ring that wasn't. this was actually part of the closing ceremonies last night acknowledging the imperfect perfection of the ceremonies. >> can you picture the guy going to putin saying, trust me, it will work. >> remember, security concerns before the games. thankfully, everything turned out. >> i was just thinking about that. knock on wood. how about the new polar nightmare? temperatures plunging right now. the bitter cold is back, ginger zee? >> nightmare is the word that the majority of us are using. the cold blast in places like the northern planes. look at some of these numbers. millions of us had a break. that springlike weather. d.c., almost 70 on friday. the 60s. look here it goes. wind chill in minneapolis, minus 14. chicago feels like 0. indianapolis 7. and this is after a long winter. that's the thing. the numbers are only 10 to 15
degrees below average when we're talking lows or highs, it still adds on to this epic and savage winter. look at the number. it sticks around for this week, too. the next four mornings, you're waking up early at 4 below in minneapolis. boston in the teens. so we'll have much more in the nation's weather, including fog in houston that could hurt your travel this morning. george? >> winter not over yet. the latest on this weekend's takedown of the world's most wanted man. the mexican drug kingpin and billionaire known as el chapo was arrested without a fight early saturday. and now the u.s. wants him extradited to face charges here. abc's chief justice corespondent pierre thomas is tracking every detail. he joins us now from washington. good morning, pierre. >> good morning, george. today, a real-life villain more like a character in an action movie is in mexico under maximum security. the mexicans have el chapo. the united states government wants him, too. there's no doubt that the u.s. will seek to extradite el chapo because he's caused so much
devastation across this country. he's the leader of a cartel responsible for 25% of all drugs flowing into the u.s. cocaine, heroin, marijuana, the country's top supplier. 80% of the drugs in chicago come from his cartel. there he's public enemy number one. >> he's sometimes called the osama bin laden of drug trafficking. >> reporter: sources tell us that el chapo is responsible for more deaths in the u.s. than bin laden himself. he faces indictment in chicago, san diego, brooklyn and texas. it all ended here in room 401 as el chapo was surrounded by mexican paramilitary. this grainy video shows how they captured him in a messy hotel room without firing a single shot. he was snatched. broken door, breakfast still on the stove. an indication of an abrupt departure. reports of a woman in the room with him, possibly a girlfriend or his wife, a legendary beauty queen. and with that, a legendary villain who escaped prison 13 years earlier in a laundry basket was back in custody.
he narrowly escaped a week earlier in a town 130 miles away from the hotel where he was captured. he slipped out of a bathroom trap door, down these stairs into the underground tunnels. as mexican authorities tried to break down a steel door. fitting for the houdini mastermind drug dealer who had been a step ahead of police for more than a decade. >> el chapo is one of the most creative and business-minded drug traffickers the world has ever seen. catapults, tunnels, airplanes, i mean, you name it he thought of it, and he tried it. >> reporter: there's a long line of u.s. prosecutors who want el chapo. the question is whether mexican officials will release a man tied to 80,000 murders in their country. robin? >> many are waiting to see. thank you. now to the fast-moving events in the ukraine just across the border from the olympics. the manhunt for the ousted president. an arrest warrant was just issued for the man supported by russian president putin. the ukrainian president now on
the run. his vast luxury retreat handed back to the people. the wealth inside, well, staggering. hamish macdonald is there at the presidential compound. >> reporter: welcome to ukraine's hottest new tourist attraction. the gates open in a few hours. there's already a few hundred people waiting here. this place only opened two days ago. already, there's a bike rental. here, security camera footage captured the moment that president yanukovych fled the capital. his empire crumbled. so guards decided to let us in early before the crowds. let's go. it's never that simple when you're in the middle of a revolution. >> i suppose that's what happens when you don't know who is in control. right? president yanukovych was known to be rich. but the wealth on display here is blowing people's minds. inside, gold-plated toilets. outside, the president's own archeological site. it even has roman ruins.
unbelievable. a zoo with pigs and peacocks and this pretty ostrich. these guys were the president's pets. a vintage car collection worth millions, including this 1963 chevy impala. on the water, a replica sailing ship sits waiting. i wasn't sure this could get any more bizarre, but it has. we're now in a cart. this retreat is vast. it's said to have cost some $500 million to build. that seems a lot to the average person here. they earn less than $15 a day. now, with the ex-president effectively a fugitive, the leaders of the revolution want to sell off the estate, auction off everything inside it and give the proceeds to the families of victims killed in the bloodshed over the last few weeks. george? >> that is some sight. hamish, thanks very much. lets get more now from martha raddatz.
u.s. officials actively engaged on all of this right now. the main goal is to keep ukraine together and keep russia out? >> exactly right, george. the u.s. has made it clear that it would be a big mistake for russia to send in troops. if the protests start up again in a significant way, or if the country seems to be out of control or yanukovych tries to stir up trouble in supporters, it's not out of the question that russia would try to take some kind of action no matter what the u.s. says. and meanwhile, a big announcement coming from the pentagon. chuck hagel about to announce his new budget. it projects the smallest united states army since world war ii. >> he will submit a recommendation as part of a budget preview today that would shrink the army to about 450,000 soldiers from a high of about 570,000. there were already scheduled cuts. this goes further than the scheduled cuts. it also is reported to stop the
use of an ailing attack jet. this is the reality of the post 9/11 era. the pentagon does not see feature wars involving massive invading armies. the focus will be on special operations and drones. nevertheless, george, you can expect a big fight on capitol hill. >> no question about that. p thank you very much. let's get the other top stories from josh. we begin in northern minnesota. dozens of ice fishermen have been stranded for three days on a lake after a massive snow drift there trapped them in their ice houses. the snow piled up to seven feet high in some places, buried as many as 100 people in their shelters until the weather finally cleared the way for rescuers to reach them thankfully everyone involved is now home safe. a medical mystery in california. doctors there are reporting more than a dozen cases of a polio- like sickness that can paralyze a child's arms or legs. one mother said her 4-year-old daughter went to reach for a toy and suddenly couldn't move her arm.
doctors have ruled out polio since the affected children have been vaccinated. they say the illness may be linked to a virus there. and crews working now around the clock to clean up an oil spill that's closed a 65-mile stretch of the mississippi river near new orleans. a barge sprang a leak after striking a tug boat. officials are not sure how much oil has spilled. and you might want to get ready to pay more to fill up the car. gas prices have increased some 12 cents a gallon in just the last two weeks, thanks in part to volatility in the global oil market. a major deal that could change the rules of the internet. netflix has agreed to pay comcast for faster streaming of movies and tv shows. this deal reportedly worth millions of dollars comes just as comcast tries to buy its rival, time warner cable. and a sports landmark is no more. 84 charges of dynamite brought
down the venerable outer ring of the minneapolis metrodome. work has halted recently after a beam collapsed there. adios to you. and finally olympic athletes heading home from sochi this morning. after a closing ceremony where performers poked fun at the rather epic fail in the opening ceremony. that fifth olympic ring that wasn't. it paused before it finally sprung open. there was, however, no epic fail for the home country. as we mentioned, they took the overall medal count, 33. the u.s. finishing with 28. russia took the only number that matters to some, the gold medal count. they led the way with 13 as well. but again, as we said, congratulations to the country for putting on a good and safe olympic games. congratulations to the american athletes who made us proud. what a fortnight it was. >> yes. [ applause ] >> yes, all the athletes.
>> you got that right, josh. thanks. now to a mass carbon monoxide poisoning at a restaurant on new york's long island. one person killed. dozens getting sick. this morning we're learning the restaurant wasn't required to have carbon monoxide detectors. mara schiavocampo. has the story. >> reporter: overnight, officials confirming what caused a deadly leak at a new york restaurant saturday evening. >> defective heating equipment in the building. specifically a flue pipe on one of the water heaters failed. >> reporter: it all started with reports that a woman has fainted at the legal sea foods restaurant in an upscale mall on long island. when first responders arrived, they started feeling sick, too. they evacuated that restaurant and two others. >> they were trying to get everybody out as fast as they could. >> reporter: 27 employees and first responders were hospitalized. 55-year-old manager steve nelson, a father of two, was pronounced dead at the hospital. >> he sort of epitomized sort of the family spirit that we have. >> reporter: it's a tragedy all
too common in winter months. >> fire, going to the falls. report of a carbon monoxide alarm. >> reporter: a day later, a similar scare on sunday at this main hotel. seven people showing symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning were evacuated and sent to the hospital. while carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless poison, it's effects are quickly felt. including headaches, nausea and dizziness. >> the treatment for people who suspect or know that they have carbon monoxide poisoning are to get themselves out of that environment. get into fresh, open air. >> reporter: despites incidents like the two this weekend, only 25 states require carbon monoxide detectors in certain residential buildings. and most states, including new york, do not require them in restaurants or malls. now as mentioned, this legal sea foods was not required to have a monitor. it didn't have one. the restaurant's owner says detectors will be placed in all
of their restaurants. now speaking of those detectors, experts say it's key they be placed outside bedrooms. it's very important they're able to provide a vital warning to anyone sleeping. robin? >> thank you so much. >> we'll switch gears now to a history-making moment in the nba. jason collins broke through a big barrier last night when he suited up for the brooklyn nets against the lakers becoming the first openly gay player in any of the four major pro leagues. abc's john muller has the story. >> reporter: he played for just ten minutes. there's no doubt jason colin's performance will go down no history. >> an historic moment at staples center as jason collins becomes the first openly gay athlete. >> reporter: the 35-year-old center hitting the floor sunday night as the first openly gay player in any of the nation's four major professional sports leagues. signing a ten-day contract with the brooklyn nets just hours before the game. >> i don't have time to think
about history right now. >> collins remains in for brooklyn. >> reporter: it was his first matchup since publicly coming out in april. at the time he spoke with george about his ground-breaking announcement. >> can you believe it hasn't happened before you? >> that's kind of mind boggling. i never set out to be the first. >> reporter: one person cheering on collins sunday, the man who could become the nfl's first openly gay player. michael sam, tweeting congratulations to my friend. excited to see you do work out there. sam now meeting with the teams that could draft him, telling reporters over the weekend he's focussed on winning, regardless of what teammates or critics might say. >> i know now handle myself. i know how to communicate with my teammates. >> reporter: it's a sentiment that collins echoed. >> the most important thing is that the team got the win. that's all that i've ever cared about. >> i think ultimately it gets back to whether or not this person can help his team. >> reporter: for "good morning america," john muller, abc news, new york. >> and he did his part, too. another big sports story, josh. >> indeed.
>> never happier to see the lakers lose than last night. congratulations to you. >> wow, that's saying a lot. >> yes, we'll turn to some other drama last night. the daytona 500, delayed for hours and hours by rain. when all the drivers got back on the track late in the eve, it was dale earnhardt jr. who emerged victorious. taking the checkers for a second time at daytona. a very emotional win. daytona's longest day ended in victory for dale earnhardt jr. it was the end of a two-year, 55-race losing streak for nascar's most beloved driver. as he crossed the finish line, he told his crew, this is better than the first one. what did it feel like yesterday to win your second? >> you know, it's -- winning the daytona 500 is the greatest feeling you can have as a nascar
driver. >> reporter: earnhardt's second daytona win, the last one coming a decade ago, capped the longest day in daytona race history. thanks to a rain delay that lasted nearly 6 1/2 hours. a tornado warning sent fans fleeing from the stands. drivers waited for the restart. playing basketball, tweeting with fans, going out for pizza. on the air, rain delay caused confusion for viewers. >> throughout the whole six-hour delay, i was totally comfortable. just waiting it out. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of people across the country thought they were watching nascar great jimmie johnson win the 500. friends and family texted johnson with messages of congratulations. the problem? he was nowhere near victory lane at the time. turns out fox was airing a replay of last year's race, which johnson did win. johnson's rep tells us he was waiting for the race to resume
and watching "the jungle book" with his daughter when he started getting congratulatory phone calls. he tweeted, i hear i won the daytona 500. ha ha. other drivers got in on the joke. nascar itself even tweeted congrats at jimmie johnson, amazing. >> i've dreamed about this since i won the first one. >> i will admit. got me too. >> robin and i were having dinner last night. i looked at the clock. i thought, oh my god, i'm going to be late. there's six laps left. i can't sleep on this. >> by the way, you were late. >> big moment to last night he wins of course a second time at daytona. this is where his father, dale earnhardt sr., lost his life 13 years ago, last night was the first time his 3 car was back on the track as well. all in all, just a remarkable night for dale. we talked to him this morning. he still can't believe it. congratulations to one of the truly great gentlemen. >> big win. >> some more weather now from
ginger. you're talking about the fog down south? >> it wasn't just stormy in daytona yesterday. all along the gulf. this morning we're dealing with fog. some places less than a quarter mile visibility. airlines may be affected. today that front sags south of orlando. that's where you'll see some of the showers and storms pop up. a little cooler behind. your local forecast coming up in just 30 seconds. good monday morning. i'm abc news meteorologist mike
nicco. this picture is showing fog around the golden gate. that won't last past 11:00. we have wet, breezy weather coming in wednesday and it's going to be unsettled all the way through sunday. today's temperature, mid to upper 60s. coast to san francisco, near 70 inland. so you have today and tomorrow to get ready for windy, breezy, wet weather wednesday, but >> all of that was confusing, too, for people. because i had been tweeting tornado warnings and they were like, no, it looks dry. >> confusing sunday. coming up on "gma," a young student vanishes in south carolina. her family's frantic search to find her and the couple linked to her mysterious disappearance. new details this morning on the miracle rescue on the highway. the hero aunt who saves baby sebastian. joins us just ahead on an abc news exclusive. kennedy on trial. the high-profile ambien court case starting this morning.
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ranch in contra costa county when it went over an embankment. he was pinned beneath the tractor. nunez worked for the berkeley fire department. we'll see how the rest of your morning commute is going with leyla gulen. >> hi there. we do have an accident in san mateo county affecting your drive along 101 in the southbound direction coming up to pauper avenue. we also have this accident involving a motorcycle. this is in the north bay, southbound 101 to long avenue. you can see all the orange there indicating where fog could be affecting your commute. so slow down your speeds and use the low beams. kristen? rain this week. we'll talk to meteorologist mike nicco about the timing when we
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and a good monday morning to you. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. up on the roof where the fog was trying to form, it is already starting to fade. be careful on 101 and lake view highway. that's the only area we are concerned with fog right now. and again, it will be out of here in another hour or so. here's your accuweather forecast, warm and dry today. in fact, the two days we can say that with total sunshine. wet wedn
♪ oh, oh, oh oh, oh my gosh ♪ ♪ whoa whoa once one goes down, that is it for those tubas. you remember that one at lake travis high school. the video has gone viral right now. millions have clicked on it. check this out. the lake travis marching band is getting another chance to do it all over, get it right, right here on "good morning america." we have very special coaching for them as well. as they get ready for their "gma" do-over. what a fantastic idea. >> if we all could have a mull began in life. >> how many do we get? actually. do we get -- >> this band gets one this morning. the high-profile kennedy trial this morning.
ambien at the center of the case. the details just ahead. new details this morning about the mere dl riracle rescue saw on the crowded florida highway last week. could not believe it. the hero aunt who saved the life of her 5-month-old nephew. and there he is. we visited the baby in the icu. we'll see him. and robin sat down with that hero, and the baby's mom. >> mom. >> got great news as well. wonderful story with great end. >> you got that right. and robin also interviewed hollywood's hottest sensation this season. it's our one on one with lupita nyong'o as we get closer to the oskars. a break in the case of a young woman who vanished in south carolina. a married couple have been arrested in connection with the
sudden disappearance op heather elvis. reena ninan has the details. >> reporter: this morning, a south carolina couple believed to be linked to the mysterious disappearance of student heather elvis has been charged with kidnaps. >> i believe they were involved. if they didn't do something to her, they know who did. >> reporter: her father checked her cell phone records. one number appeared multiple times, belonging to sidney mo moorer. >> according to coworkers, she had a relationship with this gentleman. i didn't foe anything about it. >> reporter: heather vanished. police believe she trove there willingly, but have no idea why. >> her car was parked where it shouldn't be. she was nowhere to be found. it was locked. no one was answering her phone. >> reporter: moorer and his wife were charged on sunday.
police haven't said why. >> they're parents. they have children. i think it would do them good to think about how we feel. >> reporter: the attorney said sidney has no connection to or knowledge of facts surrounding the disappearance of heather elvis. >> to the best of my knowledge, tammy does not know heather elvis at all. i don't think they have ever met. >> reporter: the new kidnapping charge is a small victory for the elvis family. they say it's not enough. >> if heather's safe, if she's unharm, i don't care what they do with them. they can turn them loose. >> reporter: for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> boy, we hope they find out where she is. >> we do. now to the miracle rescue many of us have been talking about. the woman giving cpr on the highway to her infant nephew.
we're going to talk to her, see the baby, meet the mama. first, here's their story. these are the photos that have the internet buzzing. the hero aunt, pamela ra urk seo, trying desperately to save her unconscious nephew's wife. she was stuck in traffic when she noticed 5-month-old sebastian, born premature with respiratory issues, had stopped breathing and was turning blue. she began cpr as fellow drivers raced in to help. one of them al diaz, "the miami herald" paragrapher. sflit was pretty traumatic. >> reporter: the cpr worked at first. but then the baby stopped breathing again. rauseo started cpr again. joining us now, the hero auntie,
pamela rauseo, baby sebastian and his mother. mom, how is your baby boy doing this morning? chlt he's doing good. he was sleeping before we left. >> that's a good sign. we're grateful that you're a nurse in that very hospital where your son is. have doctors been able to determine what's going on here? >> no, not yet. today, we'll start some testing that they want to perform on him. so hopefully, today, we'll have some answers. >> all right, pamela, take us back. what happened? and how did you know something wasn't right? >> we were in the car. i was driving, and when he stopped crying, i just -- i really had a strong feeling that something was off. and that's when i went back to check up on him and i saw him sleeping. but he looked peal. when i touched him, he was limp. his body, his hands.
i was so nervous. my fingers coulden dial 911. so i got out of the car, i started screaming for help, asking someone, anyone to see if they can do cpr on him. i got on my knees and i started performing cpr. luckily, after a while, he responded. >> the reason so many people know about this story, of course, the pictures. when you both saw those pictures, pam larks what was your reaction when you sea them? >> once i got to see those images, it -- it showed me how terrifying it really seemed. it is one thing to tell someone. it's another thing to actually see it. >> and for you, paola, when you saw the pictures? >> it was very scary. i get very emotional just thinking about it because -- he was purple. you know, and me knowing, like, what that means is harder. it's very hard on me.
>> oh, hon, we -- it's totally understandable. we're grateful he's doing well. i know that your sister, you have a special relationship. she's always had a special relationship with your son. talk about that. it's inspired her in some way. >> when i first found out i was pregnant, the first person i called was her. she was so excited that her kids were going have another cousin. and she started designing his room because that's what she does, and she just wanted every detail to be so perfect. and special for him. >> and, speaking of babies, uh, is there something you want to share with us? >> yes, i recently found out before i rourn ereturned back t
that sebastian will be a big brother. >> what a way to start the week. this story has really -- uplifted us all. we're continuing to think of you and give sebastian a big hug for us the. you all take care. thank you. >> thank you. >> she's three months pregnant. sebastian will be a big brother. they're hoping to get information to know what happened. she's heard from so many people. she's going to be recertified in cpr. >> made me want to go do it. >> doing cpr on a baby is different than someone else. >> to see the photos days later, it's a startling thing to see what she did. real meiracle there. i have great news. some of the places not snowy in the pacific nofrt west in the ski areas. going from 50% of the snow pack
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7:43 and we welcome you back with a kennedy on trial this morning. robert f. kennedy's daughter kerry facing drugged driving charns. she claims she accidentally took ambien when she meant to take something else. >> reporter: the 54-year-old daughter of robert kennedy is hopeful a misdemeanor charge won't harper her human rights work. her driver's license on the line after a car accident in 2012. >> i want to apologize to the driver of the truck two i apparently hit. and to all those i endangered while driving my car. >> reporter: she says that the morning of the accident, she may have mistake. ly taken ambien. >> she would have taken it the night before and had a better
defense. >> reporter: ambien, the nas nation's top selling sleeping pill was prescribed 44 million times. >> people have cognitive problems. there are more severe side effects of sleep walking, sleep eating, sleep talking. >> reporter: in an attempt to experience the effects firsthand, lisa stark took ambien and climbed into a driving simulator. 90 minutes in, she sideswipes a couple of cars and hits a semi truck. the label says it should only be taken immediately before bed and only when you can get a full night sleep. that was not case for kennedy. she's pleaded not guilty and it's high lie likely that the exwaif of new york's current governor with testify at some point in her trial. for "good morning america,"
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good morning. in an hour the golden gate bridge will reveal their recommendations for the toll hike. they have been looking at four options to deal with the $142 million deficit. one idea is for a $1 increase in april and more hikes until fast track tolls hit $7 and non-fast track tolls hit $8 in the year 2014. now let's check out the forecast with mike. today is the warmest day and dry this week with low to mid-60s along the coast. mid to upper 60s along the bay.
accuweather seven-day forecast, some wind and rain wednesday all the way through friday. >> all right. we do have a serious accident in the east bay. this is southbound approaching san leandro and 238. a car is overturned blocking at a car is overturned blocking at least one lanejennie-o w wherea where every thursday people ride 10 miles for tacos. we thought wsurprise them with a better kind of taco made with jennie-o ground turkey cooked thoroughly to 165. i feed my kids turkey tacos over regular tacos any day. i think they are light and they are just fresh tasting. yeah. when i eat well, i feel well. anncr: it's time for a better taco. the tacos tonight were pretty much perfect. make the switch. look for jennie-o ground turkey in a store near you.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and oscar week begins right here on "gma." so many surprises ahead. we'll start with hollywood sensation lupita nyong'o. and el lylen about to go onn one with robin. and the envelope please. the incredible names going center stage. back in the ballroom, two big announcements about "dancing with the stars." huge changes this season. and time for the great "gma" do over. the epic fails caught on tape
that went visral. now we raise the stakes as we help them say -- >> all: good morning, america. and check out the scene in austin, texas, this morning. sara haines learning how to play the tuba right there. somewhat the reason that sara is doing that? remember this video. let's play it again. kind of an epic fail. lake travis high school. >> oh, boy. >> one tuba goes down. everybody else follows. >> oh, no, oh, no. >> that was the moment. seven of them wept down. now we'll do it in slow motion. we'll make them feel the pain this morning. we've teamed them up with the best in the business, the ohio state university marching band. this morning, a high-stakes second chance to get this right. i'm not sure how much sara haines is helping. >> she's so funny. >> she's a hoot.
she's road kill right now. >> don't mind her. >> what a hoot. also this morning, dr. drew pinsky, is famous for helping celebrities battle addiction. now his 21-year-old daughter reveals her very personal seven-year struggle. >> an important story for sure. a new health alert about a potentially toxic chemical that is found in essentially everything yellow from clothing, to paint, to what's in your kids toys. >> pretty disturbing reading it. also, we're getting so fired up for the biggest "frozen" sing-along ever. i think it's probably the only "frozen" sing-along ever. josh has been warming up all week end. two days from now, it's our worldwide "let it go" event. idina menzel will join us.
>> everybody invited to sing with us on wednesday. now some news from josh. we begin with the dramatic move by the pentagon. defense secretary chuck hagel unveiling a plan that would take the army to preworld war ii levels. the cuts are said to be a reflection of the post 9/11 world. meantime, the obama administration is considering a plan to leave just 3,000 troops behind in afghanistan by the year's end. aan rest warrant issued for the former president of ukraine. victor yanukovych is said to be on the run. joaquin guzman was captured in a hotel room over the weekend. his cartel responsible for a
quarter of all drugs floug into the u.s. from mexico. guzman was nearly caught a week ago. he escaped through a tunnel under his bathtub. a near disaster in the air for a pilot in florida. take a look at that. a bird crashing through the windshield. the pilot suffered a bad cut to his head but kept his cool and landed the plane safely moments later. no, not a bird. no, not a plane that was spotted in the sky across northern new york in the sky last night. experts say the streak of blue-green light was likely a meteor. those of us hopeful for other things, perhaps they have finally come to join us. >> you're always hoping for that. how many times? >> fingers crossed. >> me, too. josh, me, too. >> we welcome you with open arms. the end of an era, the slogan, got milk?
has gone the way of where's the beef? and milk life can with us. finally, this is great one. if spelling was an olympic sport, we would give these kids medals. 11-year-old sophia and kush, 13-year-old. they started at 9:00 a.m. saturday competing. and it still is not over. >> oh, boy. >> head to head. for 66 rounds. >> wow. >> the judges ran out of words. appare apparently, they did not have a dictionary nearby. the standoff continues march 8th. s sophia and kush are friends. >> i would say send them both.
[ chanting ] >> all: send them both. or whatever sit you can do for them. that's an unbelievable story. >> fantastic. running out of words. "pop news" coming up. let's get some weather from ginger. >> good morning, ginger. i have the family here. all however many of them. you're on a road trip. d.c., warm. today, war yesterday, warm. today, road trip's over? >> road trip's over. >> wcvb, our favorite affiliate in boston. a blue sky. boston's high will be 35. not all that bad. new york city, 37 for a high. it feels cooler because of the wind. buffalo, 22. the taste of spring is gone.
good monday morning. i'm abc news meteorologist mike nicco. this picture is showing fog around the golden gate. that won't last past 11:00. we have wet, breezy weather coming in wednesday and it's going to be unsettled all the way through sunday. today's temperature, mid to upper 60s. coast to san francisco, near 70 inland. so you have today and tomorrow to get ready for windy, breezy, wet weather wednesd >> i do have some good news. spring starts next weekend, huh? anybody? they're like, that doesn't -- it's too cold. lara, in to you. >> i'll take it. here's a look at the "gma morning menu." a big exclusive. an oscar sunday announcement for you. also ahead, the new health alert you need to hear about. it's a potentially toxic chemical used in just about everything yellow.
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it's fair to say it's got an extra bit of the funny. >> can you tell us some of your favorite fruits and vegetables? >> is diet cola is that a vegetable? >> no. >> getting a good body and staying healthy is about dedication and consistency and eating right. >> if i eat a great diet -- >> mm-hmm. >> six days aweek, but on sunday, i eat nothing be candy is that okay? >> no. >> what? jt it could get you a little bit sick. >> so cute. >> something tell us me it won't stop. terrific stuff. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. you can get a lot of will ferrell. "pop news" time everybody. good morning to you and to you. an exclusive announcement here on "good morning america." the list of the celebrities presenting awards on oscar sunday. and it is, i dare say, robin,
epic. epic. too long the read. brad pitt, amy adam, penelope cruz, kerry washington. de niro. that is just naming a few. just a smattering, i dare say. that wall shows you everybody who will be there. everybody in hollywood. do the goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to find out all of the stores who will be announcing on oz car sunday, presenting, i should say. also later in the week, robin, very big sitdown with the one and only ellen degeneres. her first and only preoscar interview. >> we're going to catch her at rehearsal on wednesday. that list of presenters. they'll all be on the red carpet with us. >> you and ellen together, a comedy duo. in and of itself. >> no pressure at all.
>> make me laugh. dance for your supper, dance, dance, dance! hey, also in "pop news" this morning. a new mvp on the milwaukee brewers. most valuable pet. his name is hank. as in aaron, who began his storied career in milwaukee. the little stray wandered into spring training at their complex in arizona earlier this morning. the layers fell in love. took him okay. hoped to find an owner through a chip. when they did not, the team took him in. they've proceeded to spoil his rotten. doctors told the team hank is about 2. they think he may be a bichon frise mix. >> a little shih tzu. >> they think hank is brewing them up luck for the season. if the owner is not found in arizona, he's making the trip north the miller park. >> that's awesome. >> we'll have to root for him.
i think he has a facebook page and twitter accounts. and finally, just the cutest knock knock joke ever. >> knock knock. >> who's there? >> hoch. >> hoch who? >> bless you. knock knock. >> who's there? >> hoch. >> hoch who? >> bless you. >> bless you, little lady. >> can we get that one more time. it's only six seconds. a big turn now. we have this statling admission from the drawer of dr. drew pinsky. paulina has been fighting her battle with eating disorders for years. linzie janis with the details. >> reporter: his only daughter is speaking out with brutal honesty about hat she calls with her struggle turned weight of perfection and the role her family played. he's achieved fame and fortune
helping everyday people and lebts with their problems. this morning, dr. drew is facing issues closer to home. as his 21-year-old daughter, paulina pinsky opens up with what she says is her seven-year battle. speaking out for the first time while hosting the school's body positivity week. she says the disorder started as she was training as an ice skater in her teens. she said she felt pressure from others, including her mother. she needed me to be perfect. i was the pretty blonde girl who was a cheerleader and an ice skater. when paulina told he she had been throwing up since the seventh grade, she says her mother responded, well, get your teeth chaeked.
>> many parents don't realize how much weight their words have on their daughter's body image. when the parent scowls at something hay see, they reinforce the message that girls must be thin to be valuable. >> this is what you have to work on. it's not black and white. >> reporter: she says she needed help about two years ago. writing i had hit rock bottom. purging eight times in one day had finally scared me enough to take action. she says her disclosure to her mother brought them closer. she said she finally understands. it wasn't just i who had been affected by society's demands for my body. it was my mother, and her mother before her. in a statement late last night, trchlt drew said we're so proud of paulina and her outreach to help others and empower women. it sounds like the ice skating
world she grew up in was really tough. one -- a fellow mother, a mother of one of her fellow ice skarts said if you go to bed hinge are you, you'll lose weight. >> she's got good held inspect the family. now that we know. >> and going to help other people, too. now to the new health alert about the popular yellow dye found in so many of the things we use, including our clothing and paper. a new study raising serious safety questions about whether it's potentially toxic. gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: it's the goalen hue that dominates our world. the color we turn to that makes us smile. a new study has one scientist seeing red. sounding the alarm about a potentially dangerous chemical used in just about everything yellow from paint, to clothing, to toys. >> fig printed with yellow pigment or ink can have pcb-11
in it. >> reporter: pcbs were banned 35 years ago. pcb-11 is an unintentional by-product of pigment manufacturing. it's not regulated if the concentrations are not too high. in the study, all yellow clothing tested had pcb-11. almost all paper with it had it, too. >> it's from the class of compounds caused pcbs. we know they're toxic. >> reporter: pcb-11 is among the large number of pcbs being evaluated. in the meantime, what do you do to avoid those products? the researcher washes the clothes a few times in hot water before they wear it for the first time. >> yellow pigment is the worst offender.
there are pcbs in other pigments as well. >> reporter: when it comes to yellow, don't let the colorful brightness fool you. >> goodness. this has raised a lot of eyebrows. chief health and medical expert, dr. richard besser weighs in. what is going on? >> this is -- this is a scary situation. because we don't know whether there's risk here. other researchers have looked at other colors. it's not just a situation with yellow. they're finding it in many different colors of dye. >> we know this has nothing to do with food dye. >> it doesn't. these are not allowed in foods. these dyes are getting into our water supply. they get into the food supply because of that route. they're able to detect them in people's bodies because of what they eat. >> how dangerous can can it be for human ifs consumed? >> i think if there were a really big health risk, we would
have detected something. but at the doesn't mean there's not a small risk from long-term exposure. not enough studies about low-dose kem cams in our environment and long-term exposure. i'm not changing anything time doing auz of this. the researcher is. she's washing some of the clothes. that will reduce the exposure. >> it makes sense any way. >> all kinds of fabric softener in there. >> thanks. we're going to turn now to that new trend, hi, in finding, of course, that perfect dress for your walk down the aisle. shopping for a wedding gown as i well know can be stressful. a new service removes some of that anxiety and lets you do it in the comfort of your own home. abc's rachel smith has the story. >> reporter: it's a magical
moment when a bride says yes to the dress. >> i'm saying yes to this dress. >> reporter: the newest trend, borrow me, delives that to your door. kirstie kelly has created a way for brides to find the perfect dress without having to leave the house. how has the bride change over the years? >> the bride today wants to shop on her own time. she's been buying everything online her whole life. to gather her girlfriends and physically go somewhere, you know, with eight or ten people, that's a chore. >> reporter: the borrow me process is simple. for a fee of $35 per dress, a future mrs. can borrow as many dresses as she wans for 48 hours. now we're talking. she gets her own bridal stylist. >> you can skype, face time, or get on the phone with them. >> reporter: that's genius. it's a good excuse for a party.
>> it's in your own home. >> reporter: and home is where we found bride to be margie trying on her selections with her family and friends. >> it's great to have everyone here. we're all able to make an event of it. >> it's a lot for comfortable and intimate. >> reporter: and when there were questions. >> i wonder about the shade. why is it not white? >> this is called soft ivory. it comes in white and almost. >> reporter: to give the bride an expert opinion. >> is it possible, at all, to make it -- the train a little shorter? >> yes, absolutely. >> reporter: now, marg irk e is one step closer to her walk down aisle, all in the comfort of her living room turned dressing room. >> i wonder what my life might have been like had i had that service. no, this is remashable. i wish ginger was hear. just listening to every bride
pick that dress. >> it's a nice luxury. to be able to take a deep breath, be in your own home. we want to move on now to some big news. there you are. "dancing with the stars." big, big news. as we announce the star-studded cast, exclusively from los angeles, it's happening next tuesday, robin. "good morning america," the only place where you can find out who will be hitting the dance floor this season. and, there's something else. you'll also find out who their pro partners are. as well. they'll all be with us live. and we have one more thing to share with you. another big dancing announcement anew co-host. joining tom bergeron will be erin andrews. she was a contender back in 2010. dancing with maks and taking third place. >> a shoutout to brooke, though. shoutout to brooke. >> great job. we love you.
good morning, i'm kristen sze east bay responders are mourning the day of a firefighter as the van carrying the body of tony nunez passed last night. nunez was driving a tractor on his ranch when it went over an embankment. he was pinned beneath the tractor. nunez worked for the berkeley fire department. folks back to work with a lot of traffic. >> indeed there is. i'm going to take you back to san lorenzo with an accident involving an overturned vehicle coming right up to 238. that's where we have at least two lanes currently blocked. northbound traffic is bumper to bumper there approaching 238 near castro valley. a live look outside at san jose, 101 past san jose airport is
welcome welcome. i'm on the roads this morning and in the sunshine. check out the live doppler hd. the thick fog fading already with most of us with unlimited visibility. temperatures are going to run in the 40s to low 50s. we are off the morning lows already. the accuweather forecast, brightest and warmest day today.
wind and breezy with rain on wednesday. heavier rain and faster winds ♪ if i wanted to ♪ i can't change even if i tried ♪ ♪ even if i wanted to [ cheers and applause ] wow. >> that is pure. mary lambert. grammy-nominated. and that's why. of course, singing her part on the hit song, "same love." she wrote it with macklemore & ryan lewis. mary, thank you. thank you for being here. can't wait to here her solo debut. we bid you all a very good
monday morning. >> look that big smile on her face. i love that, mary. >> i'm excited. >> you should be. we are excited to have you here. also this morning, one on one with one of hollywood's hottest new sensations. oh, best supporting actress. >> i love this walk. i love this shot. look at the two of you. >> lupita nyong'o. >> just hanging out. >> can't wait to share more of that. >> what a year she has had. and then, we're so excited, too, mary. we're kicking off the "great gma do-over" series. we have all seen the youtube sensations that go viral for frankly sometimes the wrong reasons. >> oh, boy. >> epic fails. we've tracked down some of those and we're giving them the chance to make things right and raising the bar. it's all about lake travis high school marching band today in austin, texas, rising to fame after a massive tuba pileup back in september.
we sent in an expert to whip them into shape for a live, do-overperformance. before the big moment, here's a look at their road to redemption. from buzzer-beating basketball blunders to ding-worthy diving disasters. youtube is brimming with buzz-worthy caught on tape fails. the gold medal for the most epic gaffe, that might just have to go to lake travis high school's cavalier band. from austin, texas. the award-winning ensemble rose to internet superstardom after the tuba section fell like dominos during a september halftime show. >> i was in the very back. the kid in front of me stumbled. another person fell, another. >> reporter: the video was an instant hit, racking up almost 2 million views and counting. >> here's one for the blooper reel.
>> it was even featured on "gma." >> when we first saw the video, we had no idea it was this big. >> five six. >> reporter: now, a second chance for the cavalier band to perfect their performance in the spot light. the great "gma" do-over to the rescue. we teamed up with the brains behind ohio state university's best damn band in the land, including director, john waters, known for plotting elaborate formations with his band mates. he used an ipad app called drillbook next to design a a crowd-pleasing pattern for the cavalier band. all weekend long, the band prepped for the big moment to shine. >> i walked into the stadium tonight and without seeing a step or hearing them play a note, i know they'll do this. >> reporter: and for the tuba players who proudly wear their claim to fame on custom t-shirts --
>> we have what it takes to redeem ourselves. >> reporter: they say they're more than ready to show america. >> everyone is pumped and ready. >> reporter: -- their fighting team spirit. >> all: one, two, three, never look back. >> mulligans are us. we are all fired up for this. before we show them do it right, one more look. a tuba pileup to end all tuba pileups. they brought in the folks that dot the "i." and now, sara haines is there live on the scene at lake travis high school in austin for some tex-mex and some history remade. sara? >> that's right, josh. now the crucial part in this routine happens in the first ten seconds. they're going to attempt to do that backward walking thing that tripped them up last fall, and a new formation they have never done before. i brought in the cheerleaders to help me get them started. ready, guys? >> all: let's do it over! [ cheers and applause ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> yea! whoo! and they did it! now, right now, i'm with john waters. the band director from the ohio state university best damn band in the land and their band director, richard. john, you helped them out. how did they do? >> they were awesome. they nailed it. this is a tremendous band. >> and they nailed the part that was most crucial, the possible seven-man pileup. >> that's right. they were awesome. >> america loves tubas now. >> are you proud? >> i am. they work sod hard. it's been an amazing experience. >> did it look as good in the studio as it did here? >> yeah. >> it was awesome. >> 10s all the way around.
>> absolute perfection. >> we consider this no longer a rival failer this no longer so we're bringing in the drill team. come on in, guys. they did it over. they did it here on "gma," whoo! back to you in the studio. >> good for them. >> finally, nobody gives a whoo like sara haines. that's amazing. congratulations. all the tubas stayed up. they win. they got it done. tomorrow, we do it all over again. another youtube star gets another shot to make infamy fame with another do-over. terrific stuff, lake travis high marching band. final check of the weather with ginger outside. >> we're giving them a 10 out here, too. i'm sandwiched between a couple of canadian ladies who say this cold is nothing. that's where it comes from. let's check in on your weather forecast. we start with our twitter photos. you can send me your photos @ginger_zee.
what a nice shot of the mountain. and that air. it's coming and staying. for most of the week. ending our february on a cold note. the high temperature, milwaukee on thursday will be 5. des moines, 12. it will feel a little colder than that. i'll leave you with a look across the nation. good monday morning. i'm mike nicco. a few lonely areas of fog this morning, then total sunshine by 10:00. low 60s along the coast, mid 60s to lower 70s for the rest of us. accuweather >> all that weather brought to you by discover. josh? >> awesome. coming up here as we count down now to oscar sunday, six days away. lupita nyong'o with robin. we learn a whole lot more about the hollywood sensation. i love the shot.
it's her first big movie role since graduating from the yale school of drama. she has hollywood buzzing. >> lupita, right here. >> reporter: and the fashion world swooning. lupita nyong'o is this year's cinderella story. have you decided. you can't give away any secrets to the oscar dress. any hints? have you -- >> mum's the word. >> have you decided? how's that? >> mum's the word. >> reporter: i love it. it's her searing performance in "12 years a slave" as patsy, the strong-spirited slave that made brutally abused by her sadistic master that made hollywood sit up and take notice. according to your director, steve mcqueen, he said he auditioned no less than 1,000 actresses for the role. you show up on the set and you're with these seasoned peers. what did they teach you? >> well, they taught me for sure that the job doesn't change no
matter how much practice you have. and i remember in my first rehearsal with michael, he was like, how are you doing? and i said, i'm really nervous. he said to me, so am i. and that was so good to hear. >> reporter: when did you first realize that your performance, your character, patsy, really connected with people? >> very early on. there was a couple. an older couple that had just come from the film. the older gentleman, he could barely speak. but all he said was thank you. and he -- reached out for an embrace, and i held him. and he was just -- broken. and that was the first time i realized, wow, this is bigger than all of us. >> reporter: she is enjoying this time in her life. she has an impressive collection of selfies posted on instagram. oh, i made a selfie with lupita. we have some of your selfies
here. >> oh, yeah? >> reporter: we're having a red carpet game, an oscar game. asking you to come up with a one-word caption for each of the selfies you have posted. >> dream. >> oprah is dream. >> dream. >> reporter: meryl streep. >> oh my god, life. >> reporter: my personal favorite? >> gladiator. >> reporter: expectations are high for her future. she's not letting the pressure get to her. >> i feel that to focus on the reactions and expectations will only cripple me. >> reporter: you're not as concerned about what's next? >> i'm not concerned. i'm curious. i'm excited. i'm ready. >> she is a sheer delight. so talented. was wonderful to spend time with her. we would like to thank the bohemian national hall in new york city for the lovely, lovely venue that they provided and all their help. we're covering all things oscar. you're going from one cam to the next. i'll be sitting down with an
♪ she keeps me warm back now getting great advice from mary lambert. you all know her for the collaboration with macklemore & ryan lewis. "same love." "welcome to the age of my body" her album. the song you're going to play, "she keeps me warm," is an extension of "same love." >> yeah. it's my own personal story to it. it's more of a love song. a nonpolitical side to it.
>> we cant wait to hear it. take it away. >> thank you. [ applause ]. ♪ ♪ she says i smell like safety and home ♪ ♪ i named both of her eyes "forever" and "please don't go" ♪ ♪ i could be a morning sunrise all the time, all the time ♪ ♪ yeah, this could be good this could be good ♪ ♪ i can't change even if i tried even if i wanted to ♪ ♪ i can't change even if i tried even if i wanted to ♪
♪ my love, my love my love, my love ♪ ♪ she keeps me warm she keeps me warm ♪ ♪ what's your middle name? do you hate your job? ♪ ♪ do you fall in love too easily? ♪ ♪ what's your favorite word? do you like kissing girls ♪ ♪ can i call you baby? yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ she says that people stare 'cuz we look so good together ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ i can't change even if i tried
scott wolf, who you all loved in "party of five" and "everwood" is back. u.s. attorney in donny ryan in all new episodes of tnt's smash crime-solving drama "perception." so great to see you. >> good to see you, too. >> congratulations on the success of the show. >> thank you, thank you. >> i've been lucky to be a part of some great shows. really love this. great writing. eric mccormack and rachel leigh cook are just the greatest people. greatest actors so we're having a ball. >> i'm glad you mentioned eric. the chemistry between you two is awesome. >> it's pretty good. it's pretty good. >> you never know. you can't buy that. you just sort of show up and wonder how it will feel. the triangle, the chemistry between rachel and eric and i
feels natural. feels like we've known each other all of our lives. it's great. >> my producer put out on facebook that you were coming in. everybody wants to know what's the deal with the wife, the tv wife. >> yes, the tv wife is, you know -- donnie basically spent the majority of the summer season trying to win her back. he -- there was some infidelities. mistakes made. he is finally at the -- where we left off at the end of the summer season, they got kate acquitted from what could have been a murder charge and it sparked what looks like maybe the beginnings of kate and donny having a chance but it remains to be seen as to whether they'll make it. >> i had literally 30 notes from fan saying stay with kate. patch it up. >> it's one of those triangles where i think there's some fans that have always fined for daniel and kate to be together. i was a wrench in the mix for that. but i'm rooting for donnie and kate. >> we're roothing for you.
scott wolf, we love you. "perception." tnt, tomorrow night at 10 mm congratulations on the new baby on the way. number three. >> i'll have what he is having. scott wolf never changes. mary lambert, thank you again. wonderful way to start the week. have a great day, everybody. mary lambert, thank you again. wonderful way to start the week. have a great day, everybody.
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. good morning, i'm kristen sze. we have rain coming pretty soon, meteorologist mike nicco checks out the forecast. >> another 36 hours to get prepared. good morning, everyone. total sunshine today and the warmest day of the week. temperatures low to mid-60s along the coast. mid to upper 60s around the bay. here's the accuweather forecast, breezy conditions with light to moderate rain wednesday. windy conditions, moderate to heavy rain friday. leyla? we have an accident southbound along 680 right at mission boulevard. a car fire is blocking a couple lanes. we'll look at the slowing extending from pleasanton and a live look from the emeryville
camera with three lanes blocked on the western span of the bay bridge due to a motorcycle crash there. leyla, announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, from the comedy "2 broke girls," beth behrs. and he plays john ross ewing from the drama "dallas," josh henderson. plus, cammy from arkansas gets a new look as we kick off our special look as young as you feel makeovers. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause]
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