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look at this home. >> wow. >> torn apart by one slide as the owner watched helplessly. many roads are also closed by the flooding and slides. >> can't even imagine what that must feel like to see that happening to your own home. and now a severe storm is heading for the east coast and there is more bad weather ahead for the west. >> let's get the forecast from accuweather. cam tran is here. good morning. >> good morning, kendis and diane. a new storm system will be emerging from the east coast today and that's going to bring us some snowfall across the mid-atlantic states by tonight. and then it's going to strengthen as it rides up the coast into new england, bringing blizzard-like conditions into new england by tomorrow. we're looking at heavy snowfall across new england. some spots could get up to a foot of snow from boston all the way up to bangor. in the mid-atlantic states looking at about three to six inches. then out west another storm system moves through by this afternoon, bringing heavy rainfall from seattle all the way down to san francisco. we're also watching out for concerns for heavy rainfall across places like central california, and that's b
accounts. it is also hide inappropriate responses to tweets based on certain words, phrases or images and let users do the same for their searches. critics say twitter is a playground for internet trolls because it doesn't require real names. so a business owner near milwaukee is taking aim, you might say, at something new. she's cheryl rebholz. and she's running a beauty salon for decades now. >> but in may cheryl will open something new. what she'll call the bear arms gun range. >> the lipstick. >> the logo, you saw that, lipstick-bullet combo in the crosshairs. there's a reason for that. >> the idea is a spa-gun range. of course. she's combining her main interests, firearms and beauty products. >> and you want to be relaxed when you're operating a firearm. so what better way than a trip to the spa first? >> and nothing says made in america quite like this. >> i just have images of like the cold cream on your face. taking off your cucumbe
off we go. >> exactly. >> i think we should cover that one. that sounds like an assignment for me. >> it's not necessarily the lifestyles of the rich and kendis. coming up, the royal family getting behind an important cause. >> hear how prince william and duchess kate are trying to take away the stigma of mental health and give everyone a chance at health. so what's going on here? a bird pecking at a piano. no, it's not a scene from "la la land" and ryan gosling trying to learn the piano -- >> he did learn the piano and he played it for real. >> we'll try to answer this question among many others that you have at this hour. ♪ [joy bauer] two thirds of americans have digestive issues. i'm joy bauer, and as a nutritionist i know probiotics n often help. but many probiotics do not survive your stomach's harsh environment. digestive advantage is different.
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has passed away. he's best known for his roles on "battlestar galactica." first as fighter pilot captain apollo in the original series and then as a political leader in the cable channel reboot 25 years later. he acted in many other television series and even wrote three "battlestar galactica" novels. did you know that? hatch had been suffering from pancreatic cancer. he was 71 years old. and now that he's left the white house, joe biden has two new jobs. biden will lead a new domestic policy institute at his alma mater, the university of delaware. and he'll also head a foreign policy institute for the university of pennsylvania. biden has a long connection to penn. his late son, beau, his daughter and granddaughter are graduates. >> a long legacy there. >> yeah. and speaking of new jobs, prince william is now opening up about the stigma of mental health. >> he's giving a speech for children's mental health week. abc's lama hassan has more from
>> reporter: prince william speaking out about mental health and how he copes. saying his boss at his eye hokt yain ambulance job enkurnld him to open up about his feelings. >> every member of the crew is actively encouraged to admit when we're being overwhelmed or unable to cope. whether about something at work or home life. >> reporter: the prince showcasing his message about the stigma surrounding mental health by personalizing the issue, saying everyone faces struggles. >> my employer, i'm proud to say, knows about the value of normalizing mental health. this should be the norm. >> the key message that william was trying to get across is even a prince, even he as an air ambulance pilot will be facing these problems. >> reporter: the prince has previously revealed he's felt "dark and sad moments" while racing to save lives, making the case that the only way to get through it is to be honest about it. >> suicide is the biggest killer of machi
but there's only ever been silence, and this has to stop. this silence is killing good people. >> reporter: william describes his support of this cause has been a gradual awakening over the years for not just him but also harry and kate. their time spent with so many vulnerable young people who are homeless, unemployed or struggling led them to realize mental health was a serious and important issue to support. now, whether it's through harry's work with veterans or kate's work with children and young families, the powerful message from the royal trio is this. mental health needs to be talked about and it needs to be destigmatiz destigmatized. lama hasan, abc news, london. >> their mom would be very proud of the work those kids are doing nowadays. well, coming up, a young concerned pet owner e-mails a vet early in the morning. >> we're laughing. you'll understand why when you hear the reason. two truths and a why is next. you know your heart loves megared omega-3s... but did you know your eyes,
we need funkier music. like a remix to this song. >> like a remix to ignition? >> fresh out the kitchen? >> we got it. >> we got it. >> welcome back, everybody. you can probably figure out by the logos and will that it's time to two truths and a why. >> he's scoured the internet for the weirdest stories throughout that mr. make you go those are two true stories and why. >> there's a couple of why moments today. just going to go ahead and start there. but first i wanted to take you back to your preteen years when everything was so important. remember? like that zit was the end of the world. >> yesterday. >> preteen years or yesterday. well, that will explain why a 12-year-old named maggie panicked when she thought she may have killed her family's cat. this is an e-mail she sent to her local animal hospital after her cat shadow snuck a few sips of strawberry milk when she wasn't
she says, "i'm concerned how this may affect him because i do not know if he has ever drunken milk or strawberry milk. i'm also concerned because i'm the only one in my family who is awake and i'm only 12 1/2. please help me." the vet sent a reply, don't worry, assuring maggie that shadow would be just fine and thanking her for being such a concerned pet owner. >> in all the cartoons the cats always drank milk. >> right. but in her mind the strawberry milk might have been just -- >> that's over the line. >> yeah. >> well, chocolate is poisonous so, maybe if it drank chocolate milk. maybe she's right to be concerned. and the cat's probably like give me back the strawberry milk now. >> exactly. next up, lady gaga's online music purchases have soared 1,000% follow her epic super bowl halftime show. so expect this next musician to double or triple that record. just wait till you see her performance. take a look. ♪
[ playing "america the beautiful" ] >> that's joker the children performing "america the beautiful" as chickens do from time to time. >> of course. >> you can teach a chicken new tricks. and old tricks. >> take that, the cast of "hamilton." >> pulitzer next year is going to -- >> for her next trick she'll sing it. >> then i would be really impressed. that would be -- so you'd have to teach your bunny i think the trumpet or something. >> frank is just getting shown up left and right here. >> exactly. and finally, in case mozart of the poultry world wasn't enough to satisfy your cuddly animal quota of the day, here are two guinea pigs with the need, the need for speed. >> oh. >> wow. >> come on. come on. let's go black. let's go black guinea. let's go. >> i just want to say before i get any calls from peta or animal activists or anything that both of them are wearing helmets. see their pink helmets.
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♪ everything's going my way >> good morning, america. a lot of news to get to this morning. >> i've got everything going my way. nice job with the promo there. >> ray charles. >> yeah. >> and next week our promo's going to air. it is called "we are insomniacs." can't get to sleep. >> just a lot of really stressed out people drinking caffeine. >> chugging, yeah. >> popping ambiens. >> you know what helps with that? >> what? >> a workout. >> so they say. >> and while most gyms have strength classes and all that other stuff, one gym in the new york area is taking some of those classic workouts to another level. >> it's not what you might think, though. wnbc's lauren glasswork dives into the story. >> reporter: you've got to get into the water for this class at temple gym. but then you need to try to stay above the water on one of these, an aqua base, a floating exercise mat. >> it really
unstable surface. you're forced to stabilize just to keep yourself upright. so it's an amazing core workout. >> reporter: bryan jarrett leads us a class that emphasizes strength training and high-intensity intervals. so once we get a sense of how to balance with low-intensity moves he starts to crank it up. >> wee starting to create a little bit of instability. yes. >> reporter: modified burpees progress to regular burpees, mountain climbers, so much more challenging as well. just about anything you can do on dry land we try on the aqua base. but that water element makes regular exercise so much more exciting and nerve-wracking and intense. though after a workout like this a little jum subpoena kind of refreshing. lauren glassburn, channel 7 eyewitness news. >> lauren looks like she got the hang of it. >> except everybody else was doing planks and she's just -- ♪ one of these things >> she got the
this morning on "world news now" a disaster zone in the big easy. >> tornadoes ripped their way through new orleans as a storm system marches across the south. there's some major damage reported to homes and property as the governor declares a state of emergency. we have an up-close look at the destruction. and happening right now, senators pulling another all-night talk thon, this time in protest of president trump's choice for attorney general. and see how elizabeth warren was silenced while reading a letter from coretta scott king. the dangers of off-roading. it's a popular activity involving ryers of all ages but a serious atv accident involving the niece of britney spears is shining a light on some potential safety issues that every parent should be aware of. and the good samaritan jumping into action to help