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>> i saw a smile. a dog smile. >> okay. you're good. >> we'll be back at 25 good morning, america. white house warning. the new covid team predicts 90,000 more americans will lose their life to the virus in the next month alone. with the vaccine distribution crisis looming over the nation, the government is calling on as many as 10,000 service members to help administer shots at 100 sites around the country. plus, the retired doctors and nurses being asked to help ramp up efforts. this morning, dr. anthony fauci joins us live. nation on alert. homeland security's urgent new warning. authorities fear the threat of domestic terror is as high as it has been in recent memory after the violent siege on the capitol. militants and lone wolves may be targeting elected officials and government facilities as the fbi races to arrest hundreds involved in the insurrection.
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david versus goliath showdown. the war on wall street over gamestop. the struggling retailer's stock defying gravity. amateur day traders are beating massive hedge funds at their own game, costing them billions. the latest on the market mayhem this morning. dangerous mudslides and flash floods are slamming dozens of homes in the west. an avalanche threatening california. the mountains blanketed with blizzard conditions and a storm in the east spawning a tornado in florida. this morning, the northeast bracing for a big freeze. the coldest air in two years while we're tracking the latest. ski scare. a brown bear barreling downhill chasing after a skier in these terrifying moments. witnesses screaming from the chair lift trying to distract the bear. the multiple sightings at the ski resort. how did this skier narrowly escape? and celebrating a sensational comedy star. >> i brought back the ice cubes i borrowed. i didn't need them after all.
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>> academy award winner cloris leachman with a record number of emmys. dazzling on "dancing." the tributes pouring in for the undeniably funny. >> you know, mary tyler moore was -- >> an incredibly talented comedic powerhouse this morning. >> i'm so excited. we do say good morning, america. good to be with you on this thursday morning. she was a sheer delight when she would come and visit us. >> sure was. >> cloris leachman, we'll talk more about her. we want to tell you, i know you have noticed michael has not been with us. he wanted us to let you know he has tested positive for covid. he's at home quarantining right now. >> so many of you have asked about him and reached out to him. he said thank you for the concern. really grateful for that, and the well wishes. he's also feeling well, looking forward to being back here shortly. all of us in front of the camera and behind have been cleared by
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disney to be here after contact tracing following cdc guidelines. >> we've been in constant contact with him via text. enzo is keeping him nice and warm but he is doing well. >> i was talking to him yesterday as well and i said hurry back because i'd like to set my alarm clock back an hour. that would be amazing. all right, michael, we wish you the very best. we want to get to our top story, the very latest on the coronavirus emergency. the new white house team issuing a stark warning as they ramp up vaccine efforts across the country. our chief white house correspondent cecilia vega has all of those details for us. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hi, amy. good morning to you. yeah, so new briefings by the top doctors and scientists on covid here at the white house will be happening three times a week. the white house says this is all part of president biden's new effort. this attempt to put transparency and science first and rebuild trust. they say it's about leveling with america even when the outlook is bleak. this morning, a sobering projection from the nation's top coronavirus experts who say 90,000 more americans will die
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from the disease in the next month alone. that somber warning part of the biden administration's promise to play it straight and level with americans even in the face of heartbreaking news. >> i know this is not news we all want to hear but it's something we must say so we are all aware. >> reporter: from the new head of the cdc to chief medical adviser dr. anthony fauci, the first briefing socially distanced on zoom, and it comes as january marks the deadliest month on record for this pandemic with the government still struggling to get vaccines to the people who need them most. sources tell abc news discussions are now under way to call on as many as 10,000 service members to help administer shots at 100 sites around the country. but even with the white house plan to purchase 200 million more doses, the grim reality, the stockpile remains low. >> any stockpile that may have existed previously no longer exists. >> reporter: so far more than 20 million people have received their first dose, but for most americans, a reality check.
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>> it will be months before everyone who wants a vaccine will be able to get one. >> reporter: and the biden administration now hoping to expand access by changing the rules on who can administer vaccines, calling on recently retired doctors and nurses and allowing people licensed in one state to cross state lines and pitch in. now, today, president biden is expected to sign another round of executive actions, this time on health care including one that expands access to the affordable care act during this pandemic, and this would open a new three-month enrollment period for people. another reverses a ban to international nonprofits that offer abortion services. we have seen a flurry of executive actions since the president took office, 40 so far. >> cecilia vega, thank you very much. george will be speaking with dr. anthony fauci live in our next half hour with the very latest on the vaccines and a lot more. >> always full of important information. we turn to that stark new warning from the department of homeland security. growing threats of violence from
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homegrown extremists in the wake of the capitol siege. it's the first national terrorism advisory from the dhs in a year. our chief justice correspondent pierre thomas is in washington with the latest. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: george, good morning. alarmed by that violent insurrection at the capitol and a steady stream of new intelligence, some authorities fear that the threat of domestic terrorism right now is as high as it's been in recent memory. this morning, the nation on alert. homeland security issuing a rare urgent bulletin warning the public and police that the threat from domestic terror is high. according to the new bulletin right wing militants and lone wolves may target elected officials and government facilities and may be emboldened by the january 6th breach of the u.s. capitol. >> they are out there. they're angry. they're disenfranchised. they're upset that president trump lost. >> reporter: in a sign this threat is real, the fbi announcing charges against ian rogers, after authorities say they discovered an arsenal of 49 firearms and five fully functional pipe bombs after
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searching his home and business. the fbi claims rogers was angry because president trump lost and was preparing for an attack allegedly texting, i want to blow up a democrat building bad. i hope 45, president trump, goes to war. if he doesn't, i will. an attorney for rogers says nothing indicates that he was actually planning an attack, but according to an fbi affidavit authorities fear that rogers of napa may have had his sights on the california governor's office after recovering threatening text messages on his phone. law enforcement on edge across the country as the fbi races to arrest all those who staged the insurrection on capitol hill. the massive scale of the probe becoming clearer. 400 suspects identified. hundreds more under investigation. and in a startling conspiracy indictment released last night justice department prosecutors claim that some militia members are planning a response to trump's loss as early as
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november, and suggested a team as large as 40 members coordinated during the attack on the capitol. we are told decision charges may be coming, robin. >> all right, pierre. thank you. now to a david versus goliath showdown. amateur day traders at home on inexpensive apps taking down giant wall street hedge funds to the tune of billions of dollars. it is making the market crazy driving up the price of a stock of a company you wouldn't expect and making some people a lot of money. bottom line, it's a wild ride and rebecca jarvis is here to break it all down. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: good morning, robin. it is wild. and we've seen lately all of these examples of stories where people express an idea on the internet. social media changing human behavior. that is what happened on this story. after a stock tip on a website followed primarily by millennial and gen z men, and it ended up moving billions of dollars in stocks. this morning the financial world in a frenzy. >> let's get to gamestop.
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>> gamestop. >> this gamestop is really something we must talk about. >> reporter: shares of struggling video game retailer gamestop which has closed more than 800 locations in the last two years, defying gravity, up 1,700% this year, gamestop more than doubling yet again yesterday. thanks to a growing group of young mostly male amateur day traders taking on some of wall street's most powerful hedge funds in an epic david versus goliath showdown. president biden's team even asked about it wednesday. >> our team is, of course, our economic team including secretary yellen and others are monitoring the situation. >> reporter: the young speculators inspired by a community on reddit called wall street bets followed by over 4 million readers. posts to wall street bets recently exposed a serious exploitable vulnerability in gamestop stock. a number of influential wall street investors were heavily shorting it which meant they were betting the stock would crash. >> you borrow shares of the stock and you sell it, and if
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the price goes down, then you can buy it back at that lower price, and pocket that difference. but if you're wrong and the shares go up, then you're going to have to buy back the stock at that higher price and that difference is a loss for you. that's painful. >> reporter: as it turns out, the wall street titans were wrong. very wrong. 19-year-old j.p. hurtado and others started buying, sending gamestop soaring. >> when people see something going up, they'll have a fear of missing out. because more and more people keep popping in the price keeps going up. >> reporter: j.p., a student at the university of chicago, who never traded a single stock until a year ago, bought about $8,000 of gamestop using the app robin hood and says by the close of wednesday it was worth $82,000. with amateurs like him profiting, hedge fund titans have lost an estimated $5 billion. >> this is uncharted territory and it's a very interesting question as to what happens next. certainly there's no mechanism
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to make it stop immediately. >> reporter: and that is a big question now facing regulators. the s.e.c., for example, says it is monitoring the situation and the volatility. and the robin hood app, this place where young men are going to trade shares of companies like gamestop just this morning announcing they will no longer allow individuals to buy shares in gamestop. the only thing you can do is sell them. robin? >> rebecca, we were talking about this on the show yesterday. there are a lot of risks here with these people who are new to investing. they could lose a lot of money. >> reporter: we are setting up for a long conversation about what's happened here and how we move forward as a country around phenomenon like this. the bottom line for vest investors you have to remember trading individual stocks is
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risky. it's like walking into a robin? >> thank you as always, rebecca. amy? well, robin, turning to that wild weather across the country. dangerous mudslides and flash flooding slamming california and even avalanche danger threatening the west. will carr is in santa cruz, california, with the latest on all of that. good morning, will. >> reporter: good morning. after a record-setting wildfire season, californians have been hoping for rain but this has brought so much so quickly. it's like twisting on a shower head on full blast. you can see it brought all this mud with it. this is an evacuated area. a lot of residents decided to stay and fight. you can see they were working overnight fortifying properties with sandbags. the real concern is not just the mud but everything that comes with it including rocks, boulders like this, and trees that could come flowing down and damage their properties. overnight that atmospheric river flowing around the west coast. >> you can see that.
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>> reporter: bringing flooding to parts of california washing mud from fresh burn scars downhill. sliding sludge into nearly two dozen homes, injuring at least one person. >> we were going out of the house and she broke her arm as we were going out the front door. >> reporter: the rain relentless. some parts of northern california will get up to 10 inches by the end of the day. rain has been pounding this area and you can see that it is turning this into a river of mud and crews right now are doing everything they can. they're clearing out this street to protect all of the homes. how dangerous of a situation is this right now? >> it's one of those where we're preparing for the worst. >> reporter: california's mountains blanketed with blizzard conditions. these tractor trailers using a police escort to slowly creep off the interstate and that u.p.s. truck stuck towed back on the road. this pickup barreling down a snow-covered road losing control, slamming into that red truck, and then another.
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in the east -- >> got a tornado warning. >> reporter: -- a tornado touching down in tallahassee. children and their teachers seen ducking taking shelter in a school hallway. the damaging winds flipping this plane and temporarily closing the airport. millions of californians could see flash flooding today and we could also get up to seven more inches of rain by the time this is all over. george? >> will, thanks very much. we turn now to an armed hostage standoff at a pediatrician's office in texas that ended in tragedy. the gunman with terminal cancer killed a doctor, mother of three before turning the gun on himself. marcus moore has the story. >> reporter: this morning, a city grieving as investigators try to figure out what led to a hostage standoff and murder/suicide. tuesday afternoon austin, texas police officers responded to reports that a man now identified as dr. bharat narumanchi was holding five workers hostage at a pediatric doctor's office. >> there were no patients or children that were at the building when the suspect
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arrived on scene. >> reporter: police say narumanchi had multiple guns when he walked into the building. >> he displayed a gun and told the hostages to tie themselves up. some of the hostages were able to escape and some of them were ultimately released. >> the doctor is still inside. >> reporter: the last hostage, 43-year-old dr. katherine dodson a mother of three could not escape. for hours negotiators tried to speak with narumanchi but when s.w.a.t. entered that building both doctors were found dead. >> our hearts are just in a place that we can't even describe how sad we are. >> reporter: overnight members of the community reflecting on dr. dodson's impact. >> as a physician you're ready to sacrifice your life and your time and your children. that's exactly what she did. she's a true hero. >> reporter: the dodson family sharing a statement saying, as a dedicated mom, wife, daughter, friend and pediatrician she radiated light, love and joy in everything she did and everyone she touched. authorities say the 43-year-old suspect also a pediatrician had
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applied to volunteer at dodson's office about a week before, but was turned down. investigators also say he was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer and given weeks to live. and investigators believe that cancer diagnosis may have played a role in what happened here, but at this point they can't say for sure. george, this community continues to mourn. >> such a horrible story. okay, marcus, thanks very much. >> it is. incredibly sad, george. this morning we are celebrating the life of a sensational star, the undeniably funny cloris leachman. the actress who spent more than seven decades in the spotlight best known for playing phyllis lindstrom on "the mary tyler moore show." take a look. >> mary, how nice of you. don't you look pretty. >> oh, thank you. you remember phyllis lindstrom. >> yes, from your party. nice to see you again. >> i'll come right to the point. i'm here to talk about you and mary's here to see to it that i don't rip your face off. >> phyllis! >> that was phyllis.
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oh, she also won a best supporting actress oscar 1971, "the last picture show." uh-huh. she was nominated for 22 emmys for her tv work winning eight times. mel brooks, her "young frankenstein" director tweeting, cloris was insanely talented. she could make you laugh or cry at the drop of a hat. she is irreplaceable and will be greatly missed. adam sandler tweeting, a true legend, one of the funniest of all time. it was such a joy whenever she would spend time with us here in the studio. she was her with her memoir and i was talking to her about it, and she even played the piano for us. ♪ >> wow. >> whoa. >> oh, that laugh. we're going to have so much more on the incredible life of cloris leachman coming up. chris connelly takes a look back in our next hour. >> amazing career. we are following a lot of other headlines this morning. dr. anthony fauci will join us live at 7:30, and we'll ask him about the alarming new strains of the virus and the biden
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administration's vaccine rollout plans. then that terrifying moment. a bear caught on camera barreling downhill after that skier. what the eyewitnesses are saying this morning and what the man did to narrowly escape. first, let's go to ginger. hey, ginger. >> reporter: amy, good morning. ef-0 in tallahassee and then you had up to three inches of snow in raleigh, north carolina. same system. it's moving out now. it's dropped eight inches in bluefield, west virginia, and now it's all about the advisories that are left over, including the windchill advisories for some of the coldest air in the northeast and a lot of the northeast in two years. last year was not cold. look, we'll be close to feeling like zero by tomorrow morning along the i-95 corridor. let's get your local weather and the cold cities sponsored by target.
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good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. waves of showers and thunderstorms possible today. urban flooding, most likely in the south bay today. friday through sunday trending drier outside of the north bay and one more storm for monday and tuesday before dry weather for an extended period of time. today we'll be in the mid to upper 50s. other than the north bay, enjoy some dry weathththththththththth thanks for being with us on this thankful thursday. happy friday eve, y'all. thankf. happy friday eve, y'all. this th. happy friday eve, y'all. tha this thankful thursday. happy friday eve, y'all.
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♪ba da ba ba ba.♪ >> announcer: building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc7 news. good morning. i'm reggie aqui. flooding from this week's storm turned roads into rivers last night. it came as crews across monterey county were cleaning up after more than 20 homes got damaged in a mudslide. and santa cruz county, evacuation orders have been lifted. >> i woke up at 1:30 and it was cats and dogs, pouring down. i haven't really -- it's been a while since we've had a rainstorm that good. >> officials want residents to know conditions can change quickly and to follow evacuation orders as much as possible. here's a look at the latest pg&e outages. 4,000 customers still without
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let me give you the latest on what's going on with our storm. it's a 2 today with waves of showers, downpours likely and even some thunderstorms possible. but look at this, the best chance is going to be in the southern half of the bay area. what a turn about that is. very high for urban and road flooding, debris flows and mudslides possible. we had one at about 4:24 this morning. everything else is moderate to low. here's a look at 101 and 880, moderate showers rolling through right now and see some standing water there. we'll keep the flash flood watch in effect until 5:00 this evening for the mudslides. coming up on "gma," you're going to hear from dr. anthony fauci, the latest on the vaccine rollout and concern about the
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it took a lot of bran-storming. get it? kellogg's raisin bran crunch. two scoops of delicious. ♪ i'm robin roberts. welcome to "sportscenter." tonight our feature is about a biblical player. >> actually, we're back on "gma," but we're throwing it back. throwback thursday. my starring role in the movie "he got game." very excited for one of my co-stars to join us this morning. that would be mr. denzel washington. >> that was very humble of you there, robin. >> i was going to say tongue firmly planted in cheek. but he is joining us in just a little bit. >> can't wait to see more. can't wait. all right. we do have the top headlines we're following right now. the new white house covid team predicting 90,000 more americans will lose their lives to the virus in the next month alone.
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the government now calling on as many as 10,000 service members to help administer shots at 100 sites around the country. also right now, emmett till's home in chicago has now been officially granted landmark status. there are plans for till's home to be turned into a museum so that the story of the 14-year-old teenager whose murder was a driving force of the civil rights movement can be retold and remembered. plus, those dangerous mudslides and flash floods slamming dozens of homes in california. we are tracking the latest on that dangerous situation. and then bernie sanders' fashion statement at the inauguration, yeah, it's still making headlines, but for a good cause. bernie's mitten memes have now helped raise -- this is amazing -- more than $1.8 million for charitable organizations in his home state
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of vermont. >> okay, amy, thanks. we welcome back president biden's chief medical adviser dr. anthony fauci. dr. fauci, thanks for coming back this morning, and let's start off with the situation we're facing right now. we're seeing some cases coming down across the country. we're seeing hospitalizations come down across the country, yet we also have that prediction from the task force yesterday, 90,000 deaths in the next month. how would you describe what we're facing right now? >> well, it's still a very serious situation, george, as the president had said and as we have said in the coronavirus medical team that if you look throughout the country the dynamics of the outbreak are a little bit unstable even though for the most part we're seeing general trends -- seven-day trends of cases going down, and ultimately hopefully hospitalizations and deaths. you have situations like the outbreak in california with the new variant there causing a lot of trouble. the threat of seeing now other variants that are, you know, at least from what we're hearing from our uk colleagues that increases the degree of transmissibility significantly.
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maybe a little bit increase in lethality, but that variant, the uk variant it's called 117. it's a lineage, a different type of mutant, but it's here in the united states, and it spreads more. the vaccine that we have looks like it would be able to cover that, which is another reason why even though the message is sober about the fact that we're going to be seeing more cases and deaths in the future, the other message is now is the time to double down and when the vaccine becomes available go get your vaccine because that's going to be very important. >> the problem is it's not available everywhere right now. we saw president biden the other day say he was having a goal of 1.5 million a day. it appeared that members of the task force were backtracking from that yesterday. what can we expect in the coming weeks and beyond? >> you know, what you can expect if things go well and i think they will, an escalation of the number of doses that will be available throughout various regions of the country. we now have contractual
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arrangements with moderna and pfizer already to get 200 million doses each from each of those companies and most recently, we signed another contractual arrangement to get an additional 100 million doses in addition to the original 200 from each of these. so as the months go by, george, as we get into february, march and april, we're going to see an escalation of availability of doses that we may not have had a week or two or three ago. >> are we moving fast enough to outrace the variants? you mentioned the uk variant and you also have this one from south africa. >> well, the one in south africa, george, troubles me and the reason it troubles me, even though this is something that is now really dominating the south africa scene, when you look at the vaccines that we have available now, the neutralizing antibodies that they induce -- so we're talking about things just in test tube, when you measure that against the south
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african isolate, it is diminished by multi-fold in its ability to cover it. it's still within the range of what you would predict to be protective, but i take no great comfort in that. i think -- and we're doing it and that's one of the things i wanted to mention this morning, george. we're going ahead already now and trying to stay a step or two ahead of things by making vaccines along the same type that we made for the ones we're giving now, but having it be directed specifically against the isolate in south africa. so if it's necessary -- it may not be necessary. but if it is, we'll already be on the road to being able to give people a boost that directs against the south african isolate. that's what we're doing right now. so we're just -- we're not taking any chances. >> good on that. we're seeing this real controversy now about schools opening up. we know president biden's goal to have all elementary schools open in the first 100 days, but
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you're seeing strong feelings across the country. teachers in chicago didn't want to go back to work this week until they were vaccinated. the union is threatening to strike. what does the science say about where things stand right now? >> well, it's very clear that right now in a situation when you look at the community penetrants of a virus and how it's spreading in the schools, interestingly when you give the schools the protection and resources they need to be able to have masking, to get the teachers to be able to have the resources they need to do some physical separation, the infection transmission in school appears to be less than that of the community. so if you have a situation where you have a dynamic of a viral spread in a community, it's less likely that the children that are in school if we do things right it's less likely they'll get infected. so the science tells us there's something leaning towards all the things that we need to do, obviously we want to get the teachers vaccinated.
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we want to make sure they have the resources to do it correctly. but when you look at the history of how this virus is moving in schools, it seems to be less spreading there than it is in the community. >> dr. fauci, thanks again for your time and information this morning. robin? >> always appreciate him joining us, george. you're right about that. turning now to that scare on the slopes. caught on camera, onlookers shouting when a bear was seen barreling downhill after a skier. that man lucky to escape thanks to some quick thinking. james longman joins us with more from some of the eyewitnesses. good morning, james. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, robin. this really was a terrifying moment. most of us can only dream of enjoying the slopes right now, but for one man in romania, that dream turned into a nightmare. take a look at this terrifying moment on a snowy slope. a skier chased by a brown bear. witnesses shocked. some trying to distract it by screaming and whistling. the man is chased and eventually throws his backpack to the ground.
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authorities say that move probably saved his life because it distracted the charging bear long enough for him to escape. >> he did a pretty cool move which is a really safe one when you want to get away from a bear. he dropped his bag off. >> reporter: this morning we're hearing from eyewitnesses about those terrifying moments. >> some people were a bit like just a little bit shaking. >> reporter: daniel janay and angel somicu sharing this video of the same animal an hour earlier. officials say there were multiple bear sightings at the romanian ski resort. >> ski patrol stopped us. he was at the bottom of the slope and told us there is a bear right there. and all the people that were down there threw their skis and run on the slope. >> reporter: they tell us the skiers' quick thinking was what saved his life. >> he reaches the end of the slope and drops his bag, takes his keys off and then he starts
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running and the skier just leaves safely and continually afterwards the authorities coming. >> reporter: he really is lucky to be alive. the takeaway message here, if you get chased by a bear, distract as much as you can, and you may stand a chance. guys? >> keep that in mind if that ever happens. thank you, james. >> wow. coming up next on "gma," lindsay lohan's personal message to a young woman about coming out is going viral. now the star is asking her to take it down. what the college student is saying this morning. they're out there. look to the families. the communities. every small town, city and schoolyard. and know that they will endure. because in this country, we build with something stronger than brick or steel. we build with each other. ♪ ♪ alright, i brought in ensure max protein
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we're back now with that personal and powerful message from actress lindsay lohan to a young woman asking for her help to come out to her parents. the video going viral, but now the star is asking her to take it down. adrienne bankert is with us and has that story and, adrienne, the college student is talking about it this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, too, robin. you take one of the most popular apps and combine it with one of the most intimate talks a family can have, and throw in lindsay lohan, and appears the actress filmed a video that she thought was going to be private. it's now been viewed over 500,000 times. it was a powerful message of support now viral. >> i know that you are about to take a very big step in telling your parents, you know, who you truly are and what you want them to accept of you and i think you should do it yourself.
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>> reporter: the 20-year-old college student alana says she was planning on coming out to her parents when she had an idea. >> guys, i think i'm going to have to come out to my parents soon. but hear me out. what if i got lindsay lohan to tell my parents? >> reporter: alana turned to the popular website cameo which lets fans buy personalized videos from their favorite celebrities, famous athletes -- >> it's brett favre. >> reporter: -- to movie stars. >> the more you know the further you go. tell them snoop dogg sent you. >> reporter: instead of breaking the news to alana's parents she encouraged alana to share the news with her mom and dad herself. >> i think coming from you, you'll feel a lot of power and strength and it's important that you are who you truly are and that you love yourself and you can live by that and tell your parents that. >> i didn't have an intention of posting it only because that was just something i was going to show my parents. i was so inspired and so touched
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and i immediately thought, there are so many people out there that need to hear this message. >> reporter: but on friday alana says she received this now deleted message from lohan's cameo account asking her to remove the video reading, hi, just wanted to ask if you could please take the cameo down because it was private for your use only. >> i was kind of confused just because it's been getting such positive, like, reactions from everybody. >> reporter: the child star turned business mogul has kept a lower profile in recent years focusing on her ventures off camera. >> i'm sure it came straight from the heart. she lives a different kind of life these days, lindsay lohan, i mean, having been in the spotlight for so long. you rarely see interviews with her or hear about what she's doing. >> reporter: and there has been no comment from lohan, but alana really stressed to us she was so grateful and so honored by this message. she just wanted to encourage other people in the same way she was encouraged. guys? >> she just wanted to help others as she was helped by
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>> announcer: building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc7 news. good morning. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." several roads remain closed because of mud slides and flooding near the river fire burn scar. heavy rain caused debris to move through properties on river road. about two dozen homes got damaged and several people had to be rescued after they got trapped. it was quite an ordeal there, mike. >> we expected more damage south of us and there it was. let's take a look at what's going on? san jose. still wet, even though the heaviest of the showers have moved out temporarily. as you look at live doppler 7, there's more coming on this 2 to see. downpours likely across the southern half of the bay area. you can see a lot of the yellows and oranges there. we're still worried about urban flooding on streets and parking lots and also on our burn scars through at least 5:00 this evening. we're going to get a little break outside of the north bay
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this weekend. coming up on "gma," cardi b asking her fans for skin care advice on social media. we'll have another update in 30 minutes. you can always see us at abc7news.com.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. white house warning. the new covid team predicts 90,000 more americans will lose their lives to the virus in the next month. with the vaccine distribution crisis looming over the nation, dr. fauci talks to "gma" this morning. nation on alert. the urgent new warning from homeland security. authorities fear the threat of domestic terror is as high as it's been in recent memory after the violent siege of the capitol. celebrating cloris leachman. the oscar winner and beloved actor passing away at 94. from the movies to tv, to right here on "gma." her most memorable moments. the outpouring tributes overnight from so many including former co-star adam sandler. reality star paris hilton opening up about her ivf journey.
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why she says she's really doing it and is she planning on twins. cardi's callout taking to twitter asking fans for advice with her adult acne. this morning, questions answered from the key role your diet plays and the item in your fridge that could be the cause. and denzel, yes, denzel washington is here live. his new thriller decades in the making and a whole lot more as we say, good morning, america. ♪ this is evolution ♪ it is always a good morning when you get to talk to denzel. thanks for being with us on this thursday morning. >> that's right. it is thursday, which you said which means it's time for "deals & steals." tory johnson here with big savings on products to help keep your skin looking and feeling its best during these dry winter months. >> that is all coming up. starting with the latest on the coronavirus emergency. the new white house team has issued a stark warning as they ramp up vaccine efforts across
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the country. back to cecilia vega. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: george, good morning again. the white house says this is part of a strategy to level with america to put science first and tell it straight. this morning, a sobering projection from the nation's top coronavirus experts who say 90,000 more americans will die from the disease in the next month alone. that somber warning part of the biden administration's promise to play it straight and level with americans even in the face of heartbreaking news. >> i know this is not news we all want to hear but this is something we must say so we are all aware. >> reporter: from the new head of the cdc to chief medical adviser dr. anthony fauci, the first briefing socially distanced on zoom. and it comes as january marks the deadliest month on record for this pandemic. with the government still struggling to get vaccines to the people who need them most, sources tell abc news discussions are now under way to call on as many as 10,000 service members to help administer shots at 100 sites
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around the country. but even with the white house plan to purchase 200 million more doses, the grim reality, the stockpile remains low. >> it will be months before everyone who wants a vaccine will be able to get one. >> reporter: the administration now changing the rules on who can administer vaccines calling on recently retired doctors and nurses and allowing people licensed in one state to cross state lines and pitch in. dr. fauci telling george this morning, he's hopeful the situation will improve soon. >> what can we expect in the coming weeks and beyond? >> as we get into february, march and april, we're going to see an escalation of availability of doses that we may not have had a week or two or three ago. >> reporter: another issue top of mind for so many families, this question of whether it's safe to send children back to school. dr. fauci this morning said the goal, of course, to get teachers vaccinated but with social distancing and masks, the science appears to show the infection rates in schools is lower than the general community so good news for families
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grappling with this decision right now. >> a lot of people happy to hear that from dr. fauci. thank you. now to the national terrorism advisory from the department of homeland security. the first in a year warning about potential violence from homegrown extremists in the wake of the capitol siege. let's go back to our chief justice correspondent pierre thomas with more. good morning again, pierre. >> reporter: amy, good morning. authorities fear the threat of domestic terrorism right now is as high as it's been in recent memory. there's a steady treatment of intelligence suggesting right wing extremists and lone wolves may have been emboldened by the january 6th insurrection on capitol hill. homeland security issuing an urgent alert to the public and police around the nation warning militants may be targeting elected officials and government facilities. all this as the fbi's identified 400 suspects in the attack on the capitol and pursuing hundreds more. a tense moment for sure, robin. >> and sounds that way, okay, pierre, thank you. now we want to you take a look at this.
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these health care workers in oregon turned a scary moment of being stranded in the snow into an impromptu vaccine clinic. you see they were on their way from administering doses at a mass vaccination event when they got stuck. they had six doses left which would expire by the time they got home so they offered the doses to others stranded on the road. the josephine county public health director said it was one of the coolest operations he's been part of. >> i see what you did there. coming up, celebrating a comedy queen looking back on the life of legendary actress cloris leachman and her most memorable moments. also this morning, reality star paris hilton revealing her emotional and tough ivf journey as she tries to start a family. celebrity chef marcela is here for our dollar dinner challenge. a meal for a family of four for under $20. when we come back. under $20.
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♪ bang, bang into the room ♪ ♪ i know you want it ♪ welcome back to "gma" on this thursday morning. a little jarring for us because ansell has been playing more rock. ♪ baby come back ♪ ♪ any kind of fool could see ♪ >> that's what we were just singing. >> i've never heard yot rock. >> it's like mellow '70s, so fun. >> what we're playing right now is good too. tomorrow on "gma," one of our favorite guests -- you never heard of it. >> you should try it on spotify.
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>> tracee ellis ross -- i'm sure she's heard of yot rock. >> so has lara spencer as well. bring us "pop news." >> i love yot rock. in spirit i'm there. >> yes, yes. >> whoo. >> sing along post show. all right. all right. control room is telling me got to go. got to go. there is a lot to share with you this morning. we're going to begin, guys, with your first look at actress kristen stewart. wait till you see her as princess diana. look at her. wow. this showing her uncanny resemblance from the set of a new biopic called "spencer" her maiden name. no relation. the movie is being shot in germany and will tell the story of a particular weekend back in the '90s when princess diana realized her marriage to prince charles was not working and needed to veer from the path she was on to becoming queen. kristen stewart describing the film as, quote, a physical assertion of the sum of diana's parts which starts with her given name spencer and goes on to say that diana made a
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harrowing effort to return to herself and hold on to what that name spencer meant to her. the production team has not revealed who will play prince charles or diana's two sons, william and harry but spencer is expected to debut in the fall of this year. really looking forward to that. and also in movie news this morning, spike lee's new film, "da five bloods." it's proving to be a serious contender of this awards i guess riva is bored but i'm fascinated by the film named best film of 2020 by the national board of review and took the award for best ensemble following the story of four veterans as they return to vietnam decades after the war to find their squad leader's remains and a stash of buried gold. their squad leader played by the late great chadwick boseman who was posthumously given the board's icon award and spike lee named this year's best director.
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the national board of review, guys, is often a harbinger of things to come for the rest awards season, i've been doing this a long time, and it really is true, in fact, over the last 30 years, and the winner of their best film has almost always gone on to at the very least receive an oscar nomination for best picture. you can see "da five bloods" right now on netflix and see what all of the hoopla is all about. i've heard nothing but great things about that. and then finally i worried -- wore red because it is almost valentine's day and love is in the air. not only here but also at the north carolina zoo. or at least they are hoping for it. yeah, there he is. oh, yes, that is peyton the polar bear. he was just moved from the memphis zoo. looking good, my man. he is being set up on a blind date with a grand dame of the zoo, anana. 17 years old, he is a younger man, but a big boy weighing in at over 1,000 pounds. 11-year-old anana likes what she
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sees, but only from afar for now. the zoo is letting peyton get comfortable in his own digs before moving the love bears in together. the zoo says they're hopeful the blind date will result in new offspring and they plan to introduce the two around valentine's day. polar bears are listed as an endangered species. no pressure, peyton, but it sure would be great if these two made a love connection. we will keep you posted on that story. >> you enjoyed that. >> that's "pop news," guys. i'll send it back to you. >> i didn't know polar bears could be r-rated. >> leave it to lara. we are going to move to our cover story. we're celebrating cloris leachman, tributes pouring in this morning for the oscar and emmy winner with a career spanning more than 70 years. chris connelly is in los angeles with her story. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, george. an actress of remarkable range from the 1950s onward, cloris leachman won emmys making audiences laugh.
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she won an oscar making them cry and at 82 won their hearts on the dance floor. >> i had sex appeal. in fact, i still do. >> reporter: all that and then some well into her 80s. cloris leachman brought her deliciously late in life sizzle to such sitcoms as "raising hope." >> i'm just hanging with a friend, and if ten peaches show up, they're for me. >> reporter: at age 82 to doing the tango on "dancing with the stars" getting a leg up with the show's judges. >> i didn't do it. my leg did it. >> reporter: yet even before her renaissance as a prime time provocatrix cloris leachman had eight primetime acting emmys, an academy award and an unmistakably great way with a one-liner. >> did you know that lars has a neurotic fear of swallowing hair? [ laughter ] >> reporter: in the '70s best known on "the mary tyler moore show" as phyllis lindstrom
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married to lars, mother of bess, the overdisclosing neighbor swimming in a sea of twin cities singles. >> she's one of those geniuses who's capable of thinking on the spot and making it funny and making it truthful. >> reporter: she'd bring those curls and that gimlet-eyed gaze to the spin-off, "phyllis." on film she was sensational, a gym teacher's wayward spouse in "the last picture show." >> what am i doing? why am i always that to you? >> reporter: remember her throwing the coffee pot, tweeted stephen king. she would win the 1997 supporting actress oscar. >> i'm having an amazing life and it isn't over yet. >> reporter: she'd also star in such hit comedies as "young frankenstein." >> you want milk perhaps? >> no. thank you very much. no thanks.
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>> ovaltine? >> reporter: mel brooks tweeted, such sad news. cloris was insanely talented. every time i hear a horse whinny, i will forever think of her unforgettable frau blucher. she competed in the 1946 miss america pageant. she'd make her film debut in "kiss me deadly." in 1955 starred opposite ronald reagan in "general electric theater." 53 years down the road she would bring the house down at bob saget's celebrity roast. >> i can't believe i shaved for this. >> reporter: cloris leachman died wednesday at the age of 94. hailed by all for her magnificent and much admired career. >> difficult. this was the easiest interview. this wasn't difficult at all. >> you haven't started yet. >> i know. well, we're going -- [ laughter ] ♪
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>> reporter: she was funny and a force. an altogether unstoppable one and she leaves a lot of wonderful performances to be remembered by. guys. >> so many. what a great -- that was great, chris. some things you didn't realize about her. >> i learned a lot and laughed a lot. turning now to paris hilton. she is revealing that she is undergoing ivf to start a family calling the process tough, possibly planning for twins. erielle reshef joins us with more on paris' journey. good morning, erielle. >> reporter: good morning, amy. as you said, paris hilton is known as a reality tv star, hotel heiress and a paparazzi magnet but now wants to add a new title. important one to her name, mom. >> where do you think you're going, paris? you're going that way. >> to what? the bushes. >> reporter: this morning reality star, heiress and entrepreneur paris hilton
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opening up about embarking on a not so simple life decision, the 39-year-old telling the trend reporter with mara podcast she began ivf with her boyfriend carter ream. >> i really do believe that having a family, having children is the meaning of life, and i haven't gotten to experience that yet because i don't feel that anyone deserved that for me and now i finally found the person who does. >> reporter: according to hilton she started looking into ivf as a way of having multiple children. >> we have been doing a little ivf so i can pick twins if i like. >> paris hilton is 39 turning 40 next month. spontaneous pregnancy decreases once you reach your 40s so it will be an important discussion for her to have. >> reporter: longtime friend kim kardashian encouraging her on her journey to motherhood and introducing her to the fertility doctor she used for her surrogate pregnancies with kanye west. >> i didn't know anything about it and i'm happy she told me that advice. >> reporter: in less than a
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month hilton who went through the process of freezing her eggs will celebrate her 40th birthday classifying her, advanced maternal age. >> there is still hope with all the methodologies and innovation in technology that allows women and couples to achieve this pregnancy challenge when it impacts a woman's life. >> reporter: and overnight paris posted a video on her instagram of herself with two young kids with the caption excited for the future, amy, perhaps some foreshadowing of the chapter ahead. >> could be a hint. erielle, thank you so much. we're going to head on now to ginger, hey, ginger. hey, amy, snow videos are coming in from raleigh, north carolina, all over north carolina really. as we'll start with what they were seeing there. fat flakes, wet snow and then even thunder snow. yes, you can get thunder with snow. you can have convection and it was caught there on a security camera. so wanted to share that with you. now we get into that coldest air in two years for a lot of folks
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because last year was so mild. we're going to see windchills by tomorrow morning. we stopped it right there. 0 bedford. 7, pittsburgh. 8 below augusta. could be as cold as 25 below in good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. waves of showers and thunderstorms possible today. urban flooding, most likely in the south bay today. friday through sunday trending drier outside of the north bay and one more storm for monday and tuesday before dry weather for an extended period of time. today we'll be in the mid to upper 50s. other than the north bay, enjoy some dry wea now to superstar cardi b's struggle with her skin. the grammy winning rapper turning to followers on social media for help with her acne. dermatologist dr. whitney bowe is going to join us in just a moment but first lara has more on cardi b. hello again, lara.
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>> hey, rob. so cardi b is crowdsourcing her skin care on social media in a series of twitter posts. she revealed she's been battling breakouts and dry skin for three months now, and she's asking her fans for their recommendations. ♪ >> reporter: this morning cardi b saying when it comes to her acne she doesn't like it like that. ♪ >> reporter: the grammy winner turning to twitter asking her followers for help in a string of tweets writing i've been breaking out lately and my face is extremely dry. what are some good products for little blackhead breakouts and dry skin on your face? even posting this picture of her cheek. cardy has been dealing wi-- carn dealing with acne for years, speaking out in this video on instagram from 2016.
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>> coming to my instagram talking about, oh, my god, let go of the little pimples on your forehead. you are too pretty so i'm too pretty to be a normal person? >> reporter: yardi grateful for >> reporter: cardi grateful for the world and announces she'll given update on her progress in two weeks. >> okurrr. that's what i'm talking about. >> that's what we're talking about, and cardi tweeted overnight she's getting a facial today, everyone, and she's going to try a face mask that her mom recommended. she says she'll keep us posted, robin. >> i'm sure that she will, lara. thank you. joining us more with board certified dermatologist and dear friend of our program, dr. whitney bowe. how are you doing? >> good morning. i'm doing great. i'm doing great. >> always good to see you. so how common is this? and what typically causes it? >> yes, so adult acne is incredibly common and, you know, acne is more than skin deep so to get to the root of the issue we have to think about the gut/brain skin connection. when i see an acne patient in my
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office we're not just talking about what you're putting on your skin, we take a deep dive into diet and even stress levels, things like sleep, exercise, they all matter. >> and fans have tweeted we even heard her mom offering some suggestions having some home remedies, facial steam, over-the-counter products some of her followers are suggesting. what do you make of all that? >> so some of the fans recommended lemon juice on the skin so, robin, you know for the lemon juice, put it in the water, not on your skin, right? others recommended facial steaming. seems like she'll try that. steaming your face in my opinion is a hard no. although some of her fans did recommend some over the counter moisturizers, those are good. a lot of people instinctively try to dry out their acne with astringent, toners but moisturizers are much better. not enough but they're definitely a good start. >> and when it comes to food is there anything in our fridge that we should be aware of? >> yeah.
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so milk surprisingly so many of my patients really struggle with dairy milk. skim milk in particular so you want to avoid added sugars, refined carbohydrates, but what's interesting when i have acne patients who switch off their dairy milk on to something like unsweetened almond milk or coconut milk it can make a really big difference and the studies support that as well. >> someone just sent me a tweet saying they gave up milk nine years ago and haven't had an issue with acne since so there you go. all right. dr. bowe, always good to see you. thank you as always. appreciate it. >> you too. >> all right. denzel, that's all i'm going to say. denzel. ♪
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>> announcer: building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc7 news. good morning. i'm kumasi aaron from "abc7 mornings." right now parts of the north bay burned by the complex fire and the glass fire are under a flash flood watch until 4:00 p.m. showers and isolated thunderstorms are in the forecast which could trigger mudslides or flash flooding. napa county issued an evacuation warning to advice residents within the areas to be on alert. let's take a look at that storm. it's still a 2 on the storm impact scale. waves of showers, thunderstorms, downpours, locally gusty winds. southern half of the bay communities are going to get the brunt of this storm. how about that? mudslides my biggest concern. we have urban flooding possible
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until 10:30. my accuweather seven-day forecast outside of the north bay, how about a break from the rain fr
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hey, bay area, "live" is coming up. >> we've got jared leto, plus credit tips for january. >> that's at 9:00 on abc7. and we'll have another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes but you can always find the latest on our app and at
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abc7news.com. the news continues now with ♪ what do you mean ♪ow with ♪ oh ♪ back again on "gma." thankful thursday, happy friday eve. thanks for being with us. >> it is a special thursday morning for us because the one and only denzel washington star of the new tlil "the little things" is joining us now. denzel, thanks for joining us this morning. always great to welcome back robin roberts' co-star from "he got game." but seriously, seriously, you've won just about everything. you've won oscar, golden globe, a tony award and so many of us read in "the new york times" back around christmastime they named you the best actor of the 21st century. wasn't even a debate. must have been nice to read. >> yeah, it beats a sharp stick
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in the eye, you know. [ laughter ] robin, i'm still like trying to live up to the standard that she set. [ laughter ] >> i think you've done just fine, my friend. just fine. >> no, but the fact of the matter was, i was number two on that list. robin was number one but i made some calls and got things changed around. >> that's why you're just known by one name, denzel. >> you're known by one name now, robin, robin. >> i want to say two name, john david, your son. he agrees with that title that you have and he is following in your footsteps. i know how proud you are of him and having this family support, what does it mean to you? >> i'm a dad so i'll keep saying it. olivia washington is a great young actress, very, very, very
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good young actress so she's coming for her brother. i mean it's a team sport now. my wife was a child prodigy, concert pianist, competitor and singer and actress. my daughter is a producer, produced "malcolm & marie" and others. my baby boy malcolm is a director and a producer and who did i -- did i leave somebody out? and me. and me. i'm number one. in my house i'm number five. >> you remind me so much of my mother and father, because when people would try and praise me, they would list off all the other siblings that i have and rightfully so and talking about them. but i do have to go back to john david just for a moment because he's going to be here on "gma" on monday. >> okay. >> so is there something you've been meaning to ask him that you think we should? i mean, come on now?
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he'll have to answer. >> nowaday, yes, loan me some money. [ laughter ] could you loan me some money? he's doing -- he's doing well. he's doing well. >> just like his father. let's talk about your new movie, "the little things." it's about two cops investigating a series of murders. you star alongside and jared leto. you said it was a pleasure and enjoyed watching the two of them work together. how so? >> well, you know, a lot of the scenes are when the big scenes where rami is interviewing jared so i was sitting, you know, behind the glass and they're in there with the cameras and everything and a lot of times over my shoulder or whatever so i just got to watch them work and got to watch their process and what do you call that, so they couldn't see me so i was watching how they work and it was like watching two young pit bulls go at it.
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so it was fun. >> you just set up this scene perfectly because i believe we have that very scene for everyone to get a sneak peek of. >> is it the part where i start feeling like it's a trap? >> find out. >> it's not a pair of mittens. oh. >> go on, take a look. you know you want to. >> wow. >> you know rami was here yesterday and told us about the first time you met back in 2019 and locked eyes and said even back then you had him in mind for this role? >> that i had him in mind? >> yeah. >> i don't remember. [ laughter ] i'm not the first to say this, bette davis was the first to say
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it. getting old is not for sissies. [ laughter ] so i don't remember. i'm sure it happened but i don't remember. >> you sound like a senator. i have no recollection. >> i have no recollection, yeah, right. >> but do you -- >> yeah. >> do you recall that the script was first written in 1993? it's taken this long so why do you think now is the right time? >> well, i mean i don't know the process that john lee went through and it just came across my desk and i thought it was fascinating. it was a unique time before the information age explosion, you know, so, you know, we can't get time back in a bottle but that was before people were followed and, you know, tweeted and whatever else they -- y'all do now. >> well, denzel, bottom line,
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tell us why we should watch this film. >> it's fascinating and unique. it's not the normal big blowup action, you know. it has -- i won't say deliberate pace but has its own pace and draws you in. so if you're just looking for explosions and all that it has some of that too but it's really not that kind of a movie. a bit more noir, if you will. >> noir. cannot wait. >> cannot wait to see it. >> i just learned that word this morning. [ laughter ] >> very impressive. >> denzel, we can't wait to see "the little things" hitting hbo max and select theaters tomorrow. big bargains on winter skin
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we are back now with "deals & steals" and this morning it's all about skin care to cope with that harsh winter weather. you can head straight to the deals by pointing your cell phone camera at that qr code and we have the one and only tory johnson guiding us through our products today. hey, tory, so we've got our first one here, and this deal uses scientifically researched ingredients for its products. tell us about it. >> yes, yes, so urban skin rx, amy, this is a line that was started by a medical 'at the tig and laser technician and it's all about smoothing texture, brightening skin, cleansing, one
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of my favorite products from this line i've got two words for you, baby, peel pads. peel pads. this is kind of like a miracle in a swipe for me. once a week is all it takes and it's just kind of like a refresh to your complexion. there's also a lot of products with vitamin c. we hear a lot about that as kind of a buzzy ingredient right now because it delivers great results. they've got a terrific super c brightening serum and vitamin c cleansing bar. today is a good day to dive in. everything 50% off and prices start at $9. >> all right. very exciting. next we have a deals favorite. this is elemis. tell us about these products. >> elemis is great. this is feel good skin care with proven results and there are a couple of real standouts here. one of them is the pro collagen overnight matrix. clinically proven to enable you to wake up with smoother looking skin. so if you can give one or two
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minutes before bedtime to just put this product on your face, it feels so good while you're sleeping and then you wake up with kind of a wonderful surprise, just nicer skin. so it's a very good product. they also have a great eye revive mask, face oil no matter what brand you use for me is like heaven. this line makes a great elemis rose face oil that i also recommend. everything from this line today is 50% off. the prices start at $18 and from elemis free shipping. >> fantastic. all right. this harsh weather can do a number on our lips. tell us about this next deal. >> sara happ. hello to soft supple lips and that's kind of like who wouldn't want soft, supple lips. with masks and winter air, our lips just are brutalized, if you will. and we put so much effort into caring for our skin but we often
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overlook our lips, there's an exfoliator that is gentle and effective. there is a lip mask and glosses, they are nourishing so that your lips can feel good all day long. all made in america. sara reminded me this week her -- more sales for her means preserving and adding jobs so key love that bonus, all of her products today 50% off starting at $10. >> next this smells amazing by the way, plant powered deodorant. >> myro. this is an aluminum-free plant powered dough ode rant that work. often it gets a bad rap because some formulas don't agree with your body. this one has very good reviews. they also have a variety of scents all include essential oils. cucumber scent is their number one seller. they all come in a refillable pod so you get that pretty thing to sit on your shelf and instead of throwing it away and wasting
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more plastic, refill that pod. each one today is $7.50. >> all right. we are covering the whole body here. on "deals & steals," this is some help for your scalp and hair. >> act & acre. it is a female founded cold pressed hair care line which means that no heat is used when developing the formula. and that allows it to preserve all the nutrients, nutrients that get to go straight to your head to treat both your scalp and strands. again, often we overlook this. we focus on our face and not our hair so these are terrific products. if you're in the market for a newsham pooh take a look at this line but even if you love what you use there's really great treatments from this line. all of them free of paraben, silicone, really good line, 50% off, starts at $16. >> we finish with our face though and some cool products for pampering our skin. >> pmd, these are easy to use
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devices for clean, clear skin. there is the pmd microderm and clean, a great facial cleansing tool and also one that's the clean pro that adds a heated massage to help to better absorb your skin care products. nice assortment from this line. all of it you'll find online. all 50% off. the prices start at $49.50. >> tory, you have done it again. thank you so much for all these incredible products. we partnered with them for all of these deals. get them by heading directly to our website. we'll head over to ginger now. >> amy, allow me to introduce you to pen. zi, the elephant at the zoo playing in that zoo. they got up to two feet in the mountains outside tucson. makes it look fun then lake michigan. only 7.2% ice covered. that is extremely low. but a little cold snap. that makes it l
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good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. a moderate storm today that's going to rain heaviest on the south bay. that's where we'll have most of coming up we have celebrity chef marcela valladolid. she takes our dollar dinner challenge two meal force a family of four for 20 bucks.
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♪ we're back with our dollar dinner challenge keeping your family on a budget can be tough, we know this so putting top chefs to the test to see if they can make two meals for four people all for under $20. >> pretty cool. we've got celebrity chef marcela valladolid taking on that challenge. chef marcela, thanks for being with us. tell us what you're making this morning and what's on your shopping list?
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>> good morning. i am making -- so excited to be mere. zucchini pasta with tons of parsley and finished with lime and parmesan cheese and take the leftovers and make basically a spaghetti and meatball soup which in mexico we call it -- [ speaking foreign language ] so really comforting and really easy. now, in terms of the ingredients i love this because a lot of this stuff you get from the grocery store but most you already have at home. you have onions, carrots, zucchini, some serrano peppers, you can always go for jalapenos. you need tomatoes, a little parmesan cheese and add lemon to everything at the end to cut the fat. now in terms of your pantry items so important because that's where you boost up all of the flavors you have bay leaves, cumin, oregano, mexican oregano, soy sauce, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper.
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that's pretty much it. >> how do you make the meatballs look so easy when you make them. >> so easy, my partner is i don't like meatballs. they're too heavy. what i like to do i make them super simple. i've got them already on the burner and all i added to those meatballs was salt, pepper and a little seasoning, a little bit of soy sauce is always important because you're going to get thaa flavor. i take them out and do my zucchini. as you can see it's so beautiful and packed with garlic. and then i throw everything together. so important to save the pasta water which i have right here. that's going to -- you want that starchiness from the pass to tikrit your sauce so you add everything together. you want to make sure the meatballs are obviously fully cooked before you throw them into the pasta. so give them a nice stir. so once you've got that, that's
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pretty much basically it. i have my noodles already cooked. using spaghetti because they go great with soup but any pasta you have at home will work, penne, rigatoni. angel hair might be tougher to cult but you can definitely use that as well. all you have to do -- add that in here. and toss that around. and then always finish with a little bit of fresh parsley. we're throwing that in there. and then we'll plate it. >> the soup has a great kick to it. i had to confess earlier not knowing what yot rock s educate me on mexican oregano. >> mexican oregano. it's a slight difference, mediterranean and mexican oregano and mexican -- mediterranean is a little sweeter and mexican is a little more savory. so it's not going to make or
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break your dish. if i was like feeding it to my mom she would know. she's in heaven now. >> ah. >> i can still hear her. she would not let me use mediterranean oregano for any of my dishes. if you have regular at home that would work. >> tell us more about the soup. it is really good. >> so for the soup, really simple. all we're doing is starting with the base of tomatoes, carrots and onions and sauteing that together and that's what like the wonderful french like to call the mir poi. super simple packed with flavorment all i did and i have that going on here, i sauteed my onions and tomato and added broth, chicken or vegetable broth and just water if you don't have any broth. really important to add that soy sauce. now to this basically we're going to add our leftovers. show you the trick. my beautiful meatball dish nice
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and finished. finished with parmesan cheese. >> so good. >> if you happen to have leftovers which i think would be weird and would never happen in my house, what you do is you take that beautiful broth you have created and like i said we have tomatoes here, carrots packed with vegetables so all we're going to do is we're literally, wait for this to cool down but i'll grab it. grab whatever leftover pasta you have. and we're going to chop this up. >> great idea. >> and just add it into your soup. definitely takes some of those meatballs, if you have any left over, at my dinner table the kids won't even like eat the pasta. they'll just grab the meatballs and eat them with their hands. >> chef marcela, before we go, did you meet our challenge? is it all under $20? let's take a look. the grand total is, wow, $18.78.
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$18.78. yes. you did it. you did it. and it is delicious. thank you, thank you, thank you. we'll have to have you back. and get these recipes -- >> thanks, you guy. >> get them on goodmorningamerica.com. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ it's the brand new chicken dance song uh ♪ ♪ get down heat it up lik♪ ♪ spin around one time if you wanna ♪ new chicken dance new chicken sandwich my juicy, thickest fillet yet. my cluck sandwich combos. only at jack in the box.
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>> announcer: building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc7 news. good morning. i'm kumasi aaron from "abc7 mornings." evacuation orders in santa cruz county have been lifted as conditions are expected to lighten up slightly today. there's already been one debris flow reported overnight and mike nicco is tracking the conditions. >> thank you. it's a 2 today, a moderate storm with waves of showers like we've been seeing all morning in the southern half. some of those are trying to push into the northern half. it's going to stay in the south bay where we have our best chance of flooding and debris flow and is mudslides. we have that chance for urban flooding until 10:30 and chance for debris flows until 5:00 this evening. my accuweather seven-day forecast, we're getting a break starting tomorrow. the north bay may get a little rain this weekend. the rest of us, mostly cloudy.
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now it's time for "live with kelly and ryan." kelly and ryan." we'll be back at announcer: it's live with kelly and ryan. today academy award winner jared leto and a mom in canada that gets creative on a snowy day as our good news story of the day. plus get ready for a total credit makeover as we continue live's januready to save week. all next on live. ♪ i can dance ♪ ♪ it's your move, baby... ♪ and now here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. - kelly: wow. - i'm just-- good morning. hi, guys. how are you? good morning. uh, happy thursday, january 28. good morn-- no, i was just-- even dave and i both were-- you were-- you were doing, like, a fashion... pose over there before we came on the air. - i was? - yeah. you were-- you were holding yourself. you were doing your hips. there was all-- - was i, really? - yes. it-- we looked at you-- i think i was-- i think-- can i be honest? i think i was

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