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xarelto® has you covered good morning, america. california cleanup. the muddy mess left by the monster storm. interstates turned into rivers. tens of thousands of people without power. the massive sinkholes big enough to swallow this fire truck. the high cost of the highways evident this morning. >> campaigner in chief. president trump's rally in florida. >> thank you, donald trump. >> already setting his sights on the next term. and saying this one is off to a strong start. >> the white house is running so smoothly. plus, why did he invite this guy on stage for a hug? as republican lawmakers get a different reception back home in tense town halls. [ crowd booing ] canada crossing. immigrants in limbo, heading north. illegally crossing the border,
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fueled by fears after recent immigration raids and uncertainty over president trump's executive order. can canada handle this new influx? >> mansion fire. a luxury home up in flames. in washington, d.c. >> oh, my god. >> firefighters frustrated in their efforts to put it out. >> i have no water. >> unable to supply at this time. >> this morning we're revealing the homes' diplomatic connections. >> good morning everyone. thanks for tuning in. on a sunday. following two major stories. >> president trump attempting to change the narrative by reverting to campaign mode. he held a rally on saturday. the large enthusiastic crowd with air force one in the background. >> at his private resort in palm
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beach the president will be interviewing at least four candidates to be his new national security adviser after he fired his first and his second choice turned down the job. >> we want to start with the weather on the west coast. look at the shots of vehicles stuck in the mud in california after a huge rainstorm that brought floods, road collapses, and several deaths. and now, a second storm is moving in. rob marciano will have that in just a few moments. we begin with marci gonzalez. >> reporter: some of the damage is pretty astounding. you can see where part of a major freeway. interstate 15 washed away in the storm. chunks of the roadway down in this river bed and right now there is a team up there busy making repairs. california scrambling to clean up and get prepared as another storm gets ready to strike. the sacramento area inundated
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interstates turning into rivers and in maxwell and the sheriff's department issuing evacuation orders as rising water takes over the town. further south, a muddy mess in malibu. this highway forced to close. in other parts of the state the storm that hit friday dumping up to five inches of rain leaving cars, semis and tractor-trailers stuck and causing the freeway to crumble in san bernardino dino county and taking this fire truck with it. crews used heavy machinery to move that fire truck. the damage now estimated at $3 million. in los angeles county cleanup even as more than 30,000 customers still without power. statewide the death toll now rising to at least five while in fresno crews plugging more than a dozen leaks in city levies before they're hit with a second round of rain today. and the race is on along this freeway despite all of this damage, they're hoping to have
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most of the lanes of traffic open in time for the monday morning commute. dan. >> that is a big goal. let's hope they succeed. there is another storm coming in. let's get it back over to rob tracking the storm. >> the sun popped out briefly yesterday. these are the boats of the l.a. county bay watch watching the huge breakers coming in. even though the rain stopped briefly, the waves continue to come in. the next storm is pointed right at northern and central california. we have flood watches and warnings happening. the radar, seattle and san francisco rains. but the core of the heaviest rains begin tonight. and splash all through tomorrow. we're looking at two, three, four, maybe five inches of additional rainfall over saturated ground. a thick river of moisture here. it will stress the roads and levees over the next couple of days. paula, back to you. >> thank you, rob. >> now to president trump restoring order to an administration that has dealt
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with plenty of turmoil. >> 30 days into his presidency but he held a campaign rally. a bonafide rally for his 2020 reelection and mary bruce is with the president. good morning mary. >> reporter: good morning. well the president's weekend here in florida has been a sharp contrast to his turbulent week in washington. turning to campaigning to get a boost from his supporters. he's facing cheering fans many of his gop colleagues are facing angry voters across the country. >> this is a state where we all had great victory together. >> back on the trail and back in his element 30 days into his presidency donald trump debuting his 2020 campaign in florida. >> i want to be among my friends and among the people. >> it looked a lot like 2016. the same campaign play list, the familiar signs and a supportive crowd. >> about 4:00 in the morning. and my goal was completed.
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i'm the first one in line. >> for that trump enthusiast all that waiting paid off. >> that's my guy right there. hop over the fence. c'mon. he can do it. >> pushing through secret service to grab the president of the united states in a vigorous hug. >> i knew he was going to do this for us. a star is born. >> one big difference the entrance of air force one, the candidate now also the president. trump insists his administration is off to a strong start. >> white house is running so smoothly. so smoothly. >> and many of his supporters agree. >> thank you donald trump. >> so some did share one complaint. >> stop arguing with the people and do your job. >> stop arguing with the people and do your job. >> yes. >> but his administration is facing challenging. voters voicing their concerns at town hall from new york.
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>> we need to get this russian thing outside of -- this is america. >> south carolina. >> the choices i have i -- >> now, the president is back at mar-a-lago meeting with the possible replacements for national security adviser. that announcement coming soon. coming this week, the president's revised travel ban. dan and paula. >> with all the talk of cracking down on immigration we're seeing a dramatic increase people crossing america's northern border into canada. >> we're seeing immigrants and families fleeing the u.s. crossing illegally hoping to begin immigrating there as refugees. eva pilgrim is there this morning in upstate new york. >> reporter: this is one of the crossings people have been using illegally.
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the road is closed. just on the other side the royal canadian border patrol is waiting for anyone who might come this way. there have been so many people use this to cross into canada and they have carved out a path right here in the snow. >> it's very painful. >> immigrants in limbo fleeing to the north. families with small children making the trek on foot in the snow dragging everything they own. canadian police making arrest but assisting those who make a refugee claim. >> we made it. >> the number of seekers illegally crossing sky rocketing. in january 452 incidents, an increase of 230% above the same month in 2016. >> all our resources are pretty much booked. there's almost no space left. >> reporter: the canadian website crashing. now uncertainty across the country fueling fear after recent immigration raids and continued debate over the
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president's executive order banning refugees from seven majority muslim countries. large pro immigration rallies in texas. and in new mexico. here in upstate new york people using these closed roads to illegally cross into canada that allowed nearly 40,000 refugees in the past year. in a news conference with president trump justin trudeau promising canada will remain open. >> we continue to pursue our policies of openness towards immigration refugees without compromising security. >> reporter: immigration lawyers say there has been a steady stream of people crossing in and it does not appear to be slowing down any time soon. dan and paula. >> thank you. for more let's bring in jon karl hosting "this week" later this morning. let's start with the president's
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meetings with the national security advisors. why has this job been so hard to fill? >> he had a guy he wanted for the job. even mentioned on thursday. admiral bob harward and harward didn't want to take the job. he cited personal reasons. but dan there's also certainly concern about the chaos at the white house. another person he was looking at david petraeus pulled himself out because he was concerned about whether or not he would be able to appoint his own staff at the national security council. there's talk of basically loyalty oaths that you need to take to be in this administration. there was somebody in a senior position at the department of housing and urban development who walked out after getting the job because he had written things and said things critical of donald trump during the campaign. >> you talk about chaos at the white house. we have seen discontent to say the least at the town halls, voicing concerns about the
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trump's administration's connections with russia. so what's next in the congressional investigation into this matter? >> well, you have the house and senate intelligence committees looking into this and the investigation seems serious is the one in the senate intelligence committee. one challenge paula is those committees do much of their work behind closed doors because they deal with classified information. so it's still unclear how much of this investigation will be out in the public where we'll be able to see what's going on. >> let's talk about the rally yesterday where we saw the president as i said before really clearly enjoying his team with his supporters. he was trying to change the subject after all of the turmoil we have seen in washington. do you think he succeeded? >> well, i don't know about that, dan. but i think there's another reason for this. certainly he wanted to change the subject and wanted to get on
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a more positive note here. but there's also like a personal psychological thing going on with the president. he loves this stuff. he gets energized by it. the white house can be an isolating and even lonely place especially when everybody in washington seems to be out to get you. there he is back in campaign mode. among adoring fans. i think it was a part for himself getting the mojo back to a degree. >> it looks like on that front he succeeded. >> yes, i think so. >> thank you very much. we always love having you on. i want to remind everybody jon has a big show coming up including the man who turned down the national security adviser and corey lewandowski and robby muke facing off coming up on this week later this morning right here on abc. >> a fast moving fire engulfing a home in suburban washington, d.c. a home with diplomatic connections.
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firefighters had difficulties containing the blaze. adrienne bankert tells us why. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, dan and paula. yes, this mansion fire could be seen for more than seven miles away. dozens of firefighters coming out to combat this inferno. at times, struggling for access to water. this morning, investigators trying to determine the cause of this blaze at a multimillion dollar mansion in the d.c. area. within minutes, fully engulfed. towers of flames shooting high above the home. the thick black plume of smoke visible for miles. this mansion a mile from cia headquarters, reportedly occupied by embassy staff of the united arab emirates. >> it was amazing how quickly it spread throughout the house. they were, you know, very shaken. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: the call for help going out just before 8:00 a.m. saturday morning. by the time firefighters arrived -- >> the fire has gone through the roof. >> sounds like propane let loose through the house.
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>> reporter: walls collapsing. forcing firefighters out of the home. >> this will be a defensive operation. >> reporter: efforts to extinguish the flames hindered by limited access to water. and hydrants. >> i have no water. >> unable to supply water at this time. >> i'm going to have to shut you down until i get water. >> reporter: the fire burning for three hours. gutting the 6,000-square-foot home. the people inside and two dogs escaping safely. when listening to the radio communications, there was a hydrant less than a quarter of a mile from the home. there may have been difficulty getting the tankers positioned nearby. but with propane tank explosions, this fire was burning hot and fast. the large home is a total loss. paula? dan? >> so frustrating for the firefighters. you can hear it in their voices. >> absolutely. >> thank you very much. a lot of other news. for that, we get it to the today, bespectacled once again, ron claiborne. >> the people asked for it. i'm delivering. good morning to you. dan, and paula. rob. good morning, everyone. we begin with breaking news overseas from iraq.
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government forces have launched a new offensive to retake the rest of the city of mosul from isis control. iraqi troops started moving on the western part of the city following u.s. air strikes. mosul is the last isis stronghold in iraq. government forces took the eastern side of that city last month. officials say this new fight may prove to be more difficult. more breaking news. another new twist in the assassination of the brother of north korean leader kim jong-un. malaysian police say they're now looking for four more suspects in the death of kim jong-nam. police have arrested several people, including a woman who says she was tricked into taking part in that murder. and norma mccorvey, the anonymous plaintiff in the historic roe v. wade case legalizing abortion, has died. her case started when she tried but was unable to get an abortion back in 1970 in texas. she never did have an abortion and didn't participate in the legal battle.
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later, she went to being a vehement abortion foe. she was 69 years of age. and the blind sheikh has died in a federal prison. in north carolina, where he was serving a life sentence for plotting to launch terrorist attacks in the u.s. omar abdul rahman, an egyptian, was convicted of plotting a war of urban terrorism. some of his followers did carry out the truck bomb in 1993 at the world trade center. he was 78 years of age. >> two, one, ignition. and spacex has scrubbed the launch lifted off. it was the annual nba all-star dunk contest and the envelope please.
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>> drum roll. >> and the oscar -- or the winner is -- >> anytime. >> dramatic pause. glenn robinson iii of the pacers. check this out. look at that. the pacers mascot and cheerleader below him. slamming home the two-hand reverse dunk. >> straight 10s. >> how about that? not bad. to earn the perfect score and the trophy. >> dan, you can do that, can't you? >> yeah. i need rocket boosters in order to pull that off. >> dan could stand there and somebody could jump over him, right? >> yeah, i could do that part. >> i don't know if i have enough guts to do that though. i would be a little too scared. >> the one standing under me? i wouldn't do that. let's check the weather. >> that vertical is useful in the sport of volleyball, beach volleyball, they were playing it outside of chicago yesterday. 70 degrees, the high temperature there. only the fourth time they've reached that number in february. record shattering stuff. there they were. shirtless and playing volleyball. out on the paddle boards. if you fell in that water, it's in the upper 30s. be careful.
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kids out there with their helmets. safety first. 67 a high today in central park. daffodils are starting to bloom. the croci in memphis. blossoming. long stretch of spring-like warmth. it's going to feel like april, may. this spreads to the east. cools down a bit tomorrow. bumping back up late week. might be warmer than that. enjoy that. we are looking at a three on the storm impact scale by late tonight to early monday so if you haven't prepared already, we are looking at common amounts from two to three inches through tomorrow and up to five to eight inches coastal hills. the seven-day forecast, we have the heavy rain tomorrow and still rainy tuesday and wednesday. looks like the only dry day wiwi
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>> the bespectacled ron asked me how long is this warm weather going to last? the trend is encouraging. if you like warm weather. we have turned the corner. it's almost march. we're getting there. >> slowly but surely. >> this was my favorite forecast from you in a long time. thank you, robert. students at penn state university are pulling an all-nighter. it continues as we speak. not for the usual college-related reasons. >> this is an all-nighter we condone. this is a live look at the annual two-day dance marathon. all to raise money for a great cause. diane is here with the story. >> reporter: and this is more than an all-nighter. we're talking 46 hours of dancing. you're not allowed to sit. now this is all to help fight childhood cancer. so naturally, that provides a lot of motivation. for a little extra boost, there's a pep rally, hilarious choreographed routines. and this year, a surprise performance. ♪ >> three, two, one. go! >> reporter: get ready, get set, dance. this morning at penn state,
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students are tearing up the dance floor in the biggest party on campus. ♪ volunteers packed into the bryce jordan center for the university's annual thon weekend, a marathon 46-hour dance party. it's not just about busting a move. it's the largest student-run philanthropic event in the country. raising money to help fight childhood cancer. >> i'm a two-time cancer survivor. i'm a thon volunteer. >> are you ready to beat cancer? >> it's just crazy what the dancers would do for kids who need help. >> reporter: and this year, the attendees got a big surprise. dnce crashed the party with an unexpected performance and the crowd went wild. ♪ cake by the ocean >> this is something that will be really special for us to perform at and kick off. it raised so much awareness and money for a good cause.
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>> reporter: that was joe jonas. he wasn't kidding when he said so much money. to date, the organization, thon, has raised over $136 million offering aid to nearly 4,000 families. and it's not just about the money. a lot of the kids that they're trying to help get to participate. the volunteers do everything from organize the logistics to administer their medications so they can be part of it. >> everybody appeared to be all in. to have the energy of the college students. more power to them. thank you, penn staters for doing some good. a murder mystery unsolved after two years and the controversial method police are now using to find the killer. that story is coming up on "good morning america." ♪
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good morning. developing news in oakland. the chp looking far suspect who fired shots near officers this morning. it happened just before 2:00 a.m. on interstate 580 near 98th avenue. officers say they stopped a driver for a possible dui when someone opened fire nearby.
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officers searched for the suspect but only found shell casings. no one was hurt. let's get a check of the weather forecast. >> here's scattered live rain showers and we have them in the north bay and in the east bay so the pavement is wet. do be careful. increases in the day today. a one on the storm impact scale and tonight a two and then overnight a three so get set for a powerful storm. with very heavy rain and flooding through tomorrow. >> thank you, lisa. thank you for joining us. the
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welcome back to "gma" on this sunday morning. happening right now, political rally. president trump holds a campaign-style event in florida, where he slams journalists and denies reports that his administration is in chaos. meantime, republican lawmakers facing growing scenes like this. scrutiny at town halls from concerned citizens. also happening on this sunday morning, adolescent anger. a group of middle school students in florida in serious trouble, after one of them threw a piece of wood at the president's motor cade on friday. investigators say one of the kids confessed and implicated four others. police say charges will be filed against these children. a 75-year-old woman back on dry land this morning, after being plucked off a cruise ship by a coast guard helicopter on saturday. video shows the delicate and dangerous rescue operation about
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100 miles off the coast of north carolina. the coast guard says the woman was in diabetic shock. according to local reports, she is expected to be okay. >> great. >> they do heroic work. >> they do. we're grateful she's okay. and we're grateful for the harrowing work they do on a daily basis, saving upwards of ten lives every day. so our thanks go out to the coast guard this morning. we want to turn to a murder mystery still unsolved after two years. >> police in scottsdale, arizona, not giving up the hunt for allison feldman's killer. as her family marks two years since she died. and ron is on that story. hey, ron. >> reporter: hey, dan. well, allison's family is not giving up hope that her killer be found, this as police try to find a key clue. taking an unusual step in their investigation. scottsdale, arizona, detectives going door to door. collecting dna samples in their search for the killer responsible for allison feldman's murder two years ago. >> i've lost sleep over, sure. >> reporter: defective john heinzelman has been
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investigating allison's slaying from the very beginning. a case with no arrests and no suspects. but one key piece of evidence. the killer's dna. >> this person could be incarcerated in another state that we just haven't figured that out yet. it could be somebody that's never been arrested. it could be somebody that's only arrested for a misdemeanor. >> reporter: with no dna match in the database, scottsdale police are asking members of the community to voluntarily submit a sample of their dna. >> at this point, it's used as a rule-out method as well as this could be our person. >> reporter: the request raising legal concerns by some. >> this, to me, is a textbook random and arbitrary search that is unconstitutional and unlawful. >> reporter: for feldman's loved ones, it's a welcome sign that police are not letting her case go cold. >> they've been true workers in trying to find her killer. >> reporter: the family gathering at a vigil friday to mark the two-year anniversary of the 31-year-old's slaying.
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>> it's been two years since the last time i spoke to my best friend. but we will get justice. >> investigators doing these dna comparisons because they collected a sample from the person they suspect is the killer who they say was cut in the act of the crime. they're asking neighbors for those samples because they believe allison feldman may have known her killer. there's a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest, a break in this case. >> we hope they get justice. thank you, ron. >> thanks, ron. let's check the forecast. get it back to rob. >> talking about the rain. the record warmth for snow lovers. want to show you this picture of mt. rose. 571 inches. one of the higher peaks near lake tahoe. 600 inches. that would be a record. what is that? 50 feet of snow? unbelievable. i think they'll get the couple of feet they need with the next pulse coming in. one to three feet expected above 6,000 feet. that should put them over the edge there. we're watching what came out of california yesterday morning is
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now getting into the plains. a severe weather threat west of dallas. with some gusty winds, hail, rain. some thunderstorms, rough later on today. needed rain, especially across parts of oklahoma where they don't need the rain is what's coming to california later on today. good sunday morning. here's a look the what you can expect. with the rain increases throughout the afternoon. that's why we have a flash flood watch in effect and w >> this weather report brought to you by breo. ron was salivating at the look of the snow. it's been an epic year. unbelievable. >> i think both of you were. you both love to ski. >> and salivate. >> true. >> inside voice, harris. inside voice. coming up on "gma," what happens when you buy a car and end up with a lemon? the abc news fixer helps a young man and has advice that every car owner needs to hear.
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welcome back, everyone. one of the best feelings in the world has to be getting behind the wheel of a brand-new car. >> or in your case, minivan. >> listen, don't knock it until you've tried it. swagger wagon is awesome. >> the swagger -- the swaggin' wagon? what is it? >> well that's -- the swagger wagon. >> the swagger wagon. that's not what we're supposed to be talking about. the question this morning is, what if you buy a new vehicle and it turns into a lemon? one young man's case drove him right to our abc news fixer. ♪ this high school student has a crazy busy schedule. between school work and sports. sahib bhatia needs a reliable set of wheels. but about sixth months after getting this new dodge challenger -- >> all of a sudden, i looked down, the shifter doesn't have power. the dashboard started giving me
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warnings. different lights. check engine. and all. the car started stalling. >> reporter: he got it to the dealership. they couldn't find anything wrong. but a week later -- >> check engine light came on. shifter lost power. >> reporter: it happened over and over. at least 20 times. >> just at random points while i was driving. >> reporter: the car was in for repairs seven times. sahib went online and saw he was covered under his state's lemon law. his dad filed the official complaint and sahib manned the phones. >> explaining to them over and over what was happening. >> reporter: finally, the manufacturer made an offer, $2500. but he would be stuck with the now broken car which originally cost $38,500. he said no. >> my dad told me about abc fixer. >> reporter: so could our fixer, stephanie zimmerman, come to the rescue? stephanie reviewed his documents and dug into the requirements. it appeared this teenager had a very good case.
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all he needed was a boost over the finish line. >> within 24 hours, dodge called me back saying that they were ready to buy back the car. >> reporter: the manufacturer told abc news that the buy-back process is complex. and can sometimes take awhile. but they were glad to resolve this in the interest of customer satisfaction. stephanie says lemon laws vary by state and are for persistent problems in new cars. her advice? >> act quickly. many consumers lose because they waited too long to file. you'll need to go to the manufacturer, not the dealer. >> it's fixed. thank you abc news fixer. >> and here's a cool detail. with this fix, stephanie has now recovered more than $2 million for frustrated customers. if you have a consumer problem, like if you have a broken swagger wagon, you can call the abc news fixer. you can find stephanie at maybe she'll fix your problem right here on "gma." >> that's the beauty of swagger wagons. they don't break.
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>> i got nothing to say. coming up here on "gma," it's play time. we're having fun at the toy fair and checking out what your children will be clamoring for in the not too distant future. and why a classic favorite, monopoly, will never be the same. diane macedo has the somewhat sad story. maybe a happy ending in "pop news." diane macedo has the some what sad story. maybe a happy ending in "pop news." why suffer? stand up to chronic migraine... with botox®. botox® is the only treatment for chronic migraine shown to actually prevent headaches and migraines before they even start. botox® is for adults with chronic migraine, 15 or more headache days a month each lasting 4 hours or more. it's injected by a doctor once every 12 weeks. and is covered by most insurance. effects of botox® may spread hours to weeks after injection, causing serious symptoms. alert your doctor right away, as difficulty swallowing, speaking, breathing, eye problems, or muscle weakness can be signs of a life-threatening condition. side effects may include allergic reactions, neck and injection site pain, fatigue, and headache.
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toys. ♪ the hot wheels were really fun because they went really fast. >> oh, sweet. who was the red car? you were. you're the winner. >> reporter: it was like an obstacle course. the legos were really cool. i really liked them because i like batman. my favorite thing had to be the little hatchimals. >> this year, we're introducing glitter hatchimals. do you want to hatch one with me? >> reporter: it's kind of like it's real because you get to hatch it. >> we got little pandoors. >> reporter: i've had so much fun at toy fair. i can't wait until the next one. >> thank you, ariana. she's adorable. joining us now is richard barry, the executive vice president and the global chief merchandising officer from toys "r" us. we have got a lot of fun toys to get to. tell us a lot about these toys. what do you think will be the big sellers? >> okay, well, we have a great collection here. this is teach n tag movi.
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from fisher price. it gets kids up and going. teaches gross motor skills. if you're a mum, they teach great qualities for your kids. how to listen and how to follow instructions. this is going to be a big favorite. >> this is like another parent in the house. here's a nice lego set. a lot of little pieces to trip over, but love legos nonetheless. >> 1600 pieces. arkham asylum. five stories, police car. 12 minifigures. it's exclusive to toys "r" us. >> what about these guys? we saw the hatchimals were really popular over the holidays. but these are hatchimals 2.0? >> they're hatchimals collectibles. these eggs will be hatching in spring. you'll be able to collect over 70 of them. from the different worlds. you need to know where the hatchimals come from, the garden, the farm. there will be super, super collectible rare ones like the cloud cove. >> you said 70? >> 70 different ones. >> incredible. and real quick. how do you decide how to stock
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your store? >> every toy is special to every child. we think about core play patterns. collectability. building. or, in this case, where you have great innovation. >> are you going to bequeath this -- can i have this? >> all you have to do is where that purple heart is on the front, rub it with your thumb. >> rubbing the heart, okay. >> and let it go until it's red. once it's red, you can crack it open. >> richard barry, thank you very much. "pop news" is next. oh, it's hatching. oh, it's hatching. >> there you go. ews" is next. oh, it's hatching. oh, it's hatching. >> there you go. introducing otezla, apremilast. otezla is not an injection, or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. some people who took otezla saw 75% clearer skin after 4 months. and otezla's prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring.
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time for "pop news." here's diane. what's going on? >> zoe saldana has dropped the best bombshell ever. she is announcing that she and her husband have welcomed their third child. she instagrammed this sweet picture, announcing marco and i are elated to share the news of the birth of our son, zen. their baby, zen is pictured with his older brothers, which explaining the hash tag, three boys, oh, boy. she's notoriously very private. she was last seen in public just a few days ago. made no mention of the baby. she doesn't often post pictures of her kids. this is a great surprise for fans on both accounts. keep in mind, the twins are almost 2 1/2. which means she now has three under 3. >> three boys. >> good luck. >> you put your hand on the door to see how hot it is inside? ooh. >> then you walk away. >> yeah. >> hope for the best. and katy perry got rave reviews for her grammy performance of her new single, "chained to the rhythm."
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she's posted on instagram what seems to be a quirky teaser for the music video. only there's no music. >> so leave your white picket fence and explore utopia. >> the video takes place in a fictional amusement park called oblivia. the song is described on twitter as purposeful pop. the video is expected to drop on tuesday. we'll find out more then. and angelina jolie is back in the spotlight making her first public appearance since filing for divorce from her husband, brad pitt. she traveled to cambodia for the screening of her film, first they killed my father. she took her six kids along. the screening took place at the temple complex. the movie is based on the author's experiences as a child soldier in cambodia. and angelina's oldest son, maddox, is actually born in cambodia. a story no doubt close to her heart. >> beautiful country.
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devastating news for some of you. sorry. the classic game of monopoly, we all know, everyone has their favorite token. in our family, sometimes we fight over them. however, if the thimble was yours, i have to tell you, the days are numbered. the sewing accessory has been part of the board game for more than 80 years now. but voters decided to ditch it for a more modern replacement. what that will be, we'll find out on march 19th. some options include a rubber duck. a bunny slipper. an emoji. the list goes on and on. >> an emoji. >> how is a rubber duck more modern than a thimble? >> i don't know. they replaced the iron four years ago. they replaced that with a cat. >> well, that one i can support. >> of course. >> they should all be cats. >> if everybody had a cat, it might get confusing. >> really? >> they still have the cannon, though. >> that's a cannon? >> i love the old, the retro car. and the top hat. and the ship. and the thimble.
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>> as long as we're not getting rid of the entire game. >> we're not getting rid of the game. >> great "pop news" diane. thank you for joining us. we'll see you next weekend. jon karl is here soon with "this week." karl is here soon with "this week." good morning. happening today, the bay area will remember the 75th anniversary of a very dark time in our nation's history. in 1942, president roosevelt signed executive order 9066 calling for the internment of about 120,000 japanese-americans during world war ii.
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today there will be a ceremony marking that anniversary. it starts at 2:00 this afternoon at the kabuki theater. the suggested donation is $10. let's gate check of the forecast. here's lisa. >> hey, carolyn. gm to you. we have on and off light showers right now. here's live doppler 7. we had more earlier and good it's breaking up a bit with heavier rain on the way. tomorrow is going to be a huge storm. we are looking at live doppler 7 scattered light showers here and more off the coast and boy oh boy it intensifies throughout the day. but today, it's a 1 on the storm impact scale. on and off showers, most cities less than half of an inch. take you through the next hours and increases through about 11:00. but then by the evening hours the winds kick up and the main event is tomorrow. looks like it's going to stall out over us. it's a 2 tonight so as it increases the downpours will develop. we'll get the gusty winds and
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then we're going do look for the breezy winds, the flooding and taublging perhaps to three to four inches in san francisco tomorrow. for anywhere from 7:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon and the forecast, an excess of 5 inches is likely in the north bay. more than that in the coastal hills. in the mountains, we are going to see snow and then rain and little break midweek. carolyn? >> thank you. thank you for joining us. this week with
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starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. >> we will continue to win, win, win. >> 30 days in. the unprecedented presidency. >> you've seen what we've accomplished in a very short period of time. >> critics call it chaos. >> obviously, there's an administration in significant disarray. >> but president trump -- >> this administration is running like a fine-tuned machine. >> still playing to his base. and fighting back. >> we're not going to let the fake news tell us what to do. >> can trump answer persistent questions about ties to russia? and -- will those mounting protests across the country derail trump's agenda?


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