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participate in the superhero thing. >> iceman for me. i like my men cold. good morning, america. for our viewers in the west, a deep freeze for millions and snow on the way as we head into the weekend. bitter cold blasting through the northeast. windchills set to plummet, dropping as low as 40 below zero in parts of new england and at least 12 states under winter storm watch. ginger is tracking the snow and the dangerous cold conditions right now. breaking news. overnight, north korea fires two ballistic missiles, happening just hours after accusing the united states of "escalating the situation" with sanctions. hospitals pushed to the brink. this morning, we're taking you inside a children's hospital in ohio admitting more patients for covid than ever before with less staff.
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and the supreme court setback for president biden's covid response. this as the president says he'll send out 1 billion at-home rapid tests and make high-quality masks available for everyone. major arrest in the january 6th capitol riot investigation. the leader of the far-right oathkeepers militia group along with ten others charged with seditious conspiracy, set to face a judge this afternoon. breaking overnight. tennis star novak djokovic now facing possible deportation again, his australian visa revoked for the second time just days before the australian open is set to begin. the massive student loan settlement erasing student loans for tens of thousands. how to know if you're one of them. "his royal highness" revoked. prince andrew stripped of his military titles by his mother, the queen, after that ruling by a federal judge that the sexual abuse lawsuit against him can proceed. airtag alert.
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a new warning from law enforcement about the potential threat from the apple device. what you can do if you find one following you. ♪ this is how we do it ♪ and this is how we launch into the weekend. the first-class football flying into the hall of fame thanks to michael, landing in its new home among legends and giants. ♪ this is how we do it ♪ legends and giants, i'm not sure if you caught that. that football reference i made. good morning, america. glad you're with us on a chilly morning here in times square. >> yeah, we learned not only of course that michael strahan went to space but he brought that football with him and now it's in the hall of fame with you. >> it's going to be in the hall of fame. take a little bit of my current life back to the past life, excited and fans get a chance to check it out. a lot of great stuff to see at the nfl hall of fame if you haven't had a chance to go there. >> talk about a hail mary.
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that thing was a rocket. all right. >> we got a lot to talk about today. we're going to begin with the deep freeze that's getting ready to settle into the northeast. while the major snowstorm makes its way across the country. ginger is tracking it all for us as we brace for the weekend. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: michael, good morning to you. we are about to see the bottom drop out with those temperatures. let's go ahead and start with bryant park where the fountain is already frozen, but you can double freeze it by tomorrow morning because this is the coldest air in collie yeathree . this is going to blow that away. burlington could feel like somewhere in the 28 below range. it will feel subzero waking up in new york, and 24 for ithaca. you get that upper level system happening, and it's going to grab that moisture and end up creating snow which it's already done, and minnesota and south dakota, iowa this morning, as that dives south though, places
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like nashville that have blown past their seasonal snow totals, going to get more. another 3 to 6 inches there. north of atlanta, a quarter inch of ice could take out power lines. it looks like the heaviest snow though is going to be interior, away from the coast. it'll change terrain here closer to new york, but the south could have big impacts. michael? >> stay home if you can, and bundled up if you go out. thank you so much, ginger. and this storm is expected to bring a blast of snow and ice to several southern states where they are not used to these conditions. elwyn lopez is in atlanta, georgia, with preparations there. good morning, elwyn. >> reporter: hey, michael, good morning. i'm standing in front of 1,500 tons of salt. this is just some of what officials have on hand to try to combat that wintry mix of snow and ice making its way here this weekend. a spokesperson for the georgia department of transportation tells me that they will start brining the roads this afternoon and they have 1.2 million gallons of brine ready to go if needed. as ginger was mentioning, the worst of the storm is expected between late saturday night and
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early sunday morning. the national weather service now warning that that might lead to major disruptions to travel and possible power outages. michael, this could also bring in dangerous and even crippling conditions to other parts of the region like the carolinas. >> all right, elwyn, thank you so much for that. we're going to turn to that breaking news overnight, north korea firing two ballistic missiles. this is the third launch this month. this one happening just hours after pyongyang accused the united states of, quote, escalating the situation with sanctions. our chief global affairs anchor martha raddatz is tracking the latest. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, cecilia. there's no quicker way to get the world's attention than a missile launch. this morning, north korea fired not one, but two short-range ballistic missiles. the type of missile appears similar to prior tests. this test launch happening roughly 12 hours after north korea publicly warned of a stronger and certain response after the u.s. announced sanctions against north korea. those sanctions targeting six
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north koreans involved in its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. since president biden took office, there have been at least 14 missile tests. well, none of those tests involved long-range or intercontinental ballistic missiles. it is a clear provocation and also shows that the north is working to improve its weapons delivery system, cecilia. >> a clear provocation is right. washington is urging north korea to come to the table but so far it doesn't seem like that's happening. >> reporter: exactly, cecilia. secretary of state blinken said they will meet any time anywhere with no preconditions. those overtures have gone nowhere. fiery language and these missile launches the only response, cecilia. >> thank you. whit. cecilia, turning now to that new development overnight, the australian visa for novak djokovic revoked for the second time. the number one seed now facing possible deportation again just days before the australian open is set to begin. will reeve is tracking the very latest. will, good morning. >> reporter: whit, good morning. it looks as though the
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never-ending rally between novak djokovic and the australian government is game, set and match in favor of the government. after days of review and deliberation amid mounting pressure and scrutiny, australian minister for immigration alex hawke announced overnight he was using his power to once again cancel djokovic's visa on, quote, health and good order grounds on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so. this has been a fiasco for over a week now. after djokovic arrived in australia on an exemption permission to play in the australian open only to be detained at the airport, have his visa canceled, be held at a quarantine facility while supporters were outside clashing with police on the streets below, then he won an appeal of that visa cancellation. after that ruling it was revealed that djokovic was covid positive while attending two public events in his native serbia, knowingly in one case which he later called an error
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in judgment. whit? >> will, it's not just this tournament. djokovic is facing a potential three-year ban from the country. >> reporter: whit, that is right. he is appealing this decision right now but if djokovic loses, he could be banned from australia for three years, and abc news has learned that australian officials will detain djokovic at 8:00 a.m. saturday. he will be allowed to spend the day with his lawyers but will be in detention saturday night pending a sunday hearing. if e he loses, it'll lead to that three-year ban. whit? >> the developments just keep coming. will reeve for us, thank you. michael. turning now to the fight against omicron. while we are seeing some encouraging signs in the northeast so many hospitals across the country are dealing with a record number of covid patients. kayna whitworth has an inside look at a children's hospital feeling the strain in dayton, ohio. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: hey, michael, good morning. doctors here at dayton children's hospital say they've seen a huge increase in patients just since the end of december.
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most of them are unvaccinated. they say two-thirds of them have underlying health conditions and are experiencing respiratory distress. this morning, hospitals pushed to the brink amid the wild surge of omicron. children's hospitals from here in ohio to texas and beyond reporting dramatic increases in pediatric patients. >> we are seeing huge volumes of kids who are sick, hopefully sick and recovering but sick nonetheless. >> reporter: abc getting an inside look at dayton children's hospital in ohio. they're admitting more patients for covid than ever before and caring for them with less staff. >> we definitely don't have enough people, i don't think anybody has enough people to do anything right now. >> reporter: jackie's 8-month-old baby girl who was a preemie and is underweight has covid. she's suffering from breathing issues, fevers, and has been put on an i.v. because she won't eat. >> her fever is not coming down. is she going to be all right? is she going to be on a ventilator? all that is running through my head.
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yes, i am very scared. i am terribly scared. >> reporter: most of the children admitted here are unvaccinated and have underlying conditions, but not all. >> the icu is very busy. we have so many covid patients coming in and out of the unit, and they are all critical. >> reporter: president biden tapping into the military as part of his new pandemic battle plan, deploying medical teams to ohio and five other states to ease critical staffing shortages. biden says he'll also send out 1 billion at-home rapid tests and mke high-quality masks available for everyone and in the northeast hope could be on the horizon. in new york city, the epicenter of the initial omicron surge, as well as washington, d.c., daily new cases are dropping. >> we're seeing some very hopeful signs that we're plateauing or even peaking in many other parts of this country. >> reporter: now the biden administration hopes to deliver the first 500 million tests in the next 60 days. the post office saying they have been able to retain many of their seasonal workers from the
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holidays to help deliver those tests. cecilia? >> yeah, it's a big development there. okay kayna, thank you. we turn to the supreme court dealing a major blow to president biden's covid response blocking that vaccine or testing mandate for large employers. the justices, however, did uphold a more limited vaccine mandate. our senior white house correspondent mary bruce has more from the white house. mary, we've been talking about, this is a major setback for the white house covid response team. >> reporter: yes, this is a really big hit for the white house and their efforts to fight the pandemic. the court blocking its vaccination or testing requirement for large businesses. it's a policy which would have impacted more than 80 million employees, requiring that they get vaccinated or wear masks and undergo weekly testing. but the court's conservative majority argued that the federal government overstepped its authority here. now in a smaller win for the white house, the court is allowing a vaccine mandate
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employees at federally funded health care facilities to continue. that will impact more than 17 million workers. the president praising that decision saying it will save lives, but biden says he is disappointed that the supreme court has chosen to block commonsense lifesaving requirements for employees at large businesses which were grounded squarely in science and the law. cecilia. >> it was a bad day for the administration. they were also dealt a major blow in their efforts to reform voting rights. >> reporter: yeah, another hit for this white house. the president's big push to pass voting rights is simply going nowhere. he has not been able to get his own party on board. biden met here late yesterday with those two key democratic holdouts, senators manchin and sinema, but there's still no signs of movement. in fact, they doubled down on their opposition to changing the senate rules to pass voting rights legislation. the president as you know late yesterday, sounding defeated, conceding that he does not know if they can get this done, but cecilia, he is vowing to keep up this fight. >> thank you so much. whit. now to the most serious charges to date in the january 6th investigation. the founder of the far-right oath keepers militia group and ten others have been arrested
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for seditious conspiracy in the january 6th attack. our cheer justice correspondent pierre thomas is on capitol hill with the latest. pierre, good morning. >> reporter: whit, good morning. it's exceedingly rare for the justice department to bring a charge of sedition which basically involves trying to overthrow or disrupt your own government. but the fbi says there's mounting evidence that for some the january 6th assault on the u.s. capitol was not some spontaneous event, but planned and premeditated. this morning, the fbi claims that stewart rhodes, the founder of oath keepers militia, was involved in a plot, a conspiracy to commit sedition. >> we have men already outside stationed outside d.c. as a nuclear option in case they attempt to remove the president illegally, we will step in and stop it. >> reporter: the allegation rhodes and ten other oath keepers actively conspired to oppose by force the lawful transfer of presidential power. the government describes oath keepers as an anti-government right-wing militia which heavily recruits current and
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former military and law enforcement officials. the fbi believes these images are several oath keepers in tactical gear making their way up the capitol steps in formation on january 6th is evidence that they came prepared to stop president-elect biden from assuming power. >> they're in tactical gear. they have body armor. you know, they're preparing for violence. what we saw was really an attempted coup to a certain extent. >> reporter: according to the indictment, two days after the election, oath keepers founder stewart rhodes messaged followers. we aren't getting through this without a civil war. prepare your mind, body, and spirit, and days later writing, we must now do what the people of serbia did when milosevic stole their election. march on the nation's capitol. refuse to accept it and march en masse to the nation's capital. others staged an armed quick strike force in virginia not far from the capitol. in a statement last night, rhodes' attorneys says the government's case is based on
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lies and that he has the documents to prove it. michael. >> all right, we'll see what happens in court there. pierre, thank you. now to tens of thousands of former students about to see their college debt erased. it's part of a nearly $2 billion settlement with a company that was once one of the nation's largest service loan servicers. rebecca jarvis joins us now with more. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: yeah, good morning to you, michael. this is a giant settlement and for those who took on debt, thousands of americans over the last couple of decades, help could be on the way very soon. this morning, thousands of former college students nati nationwide may soon see debt relief. navient, once one of the country's largest student loan servicers facing claims it made predatory loans agreeing to a $1.85 billion settlement. >> these loans as he says were doomed to fail from the start and navient knew it. >> reporter: now, 66,000 borrowers in 38 states and washington, d.c., with private education loans that were
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started between 2002 and 2014 when navient was a unit of sally mae, will have their balances canceled if the deal is approved by a federal court. these borrowers will primarily include those with low credit scores who had more than seven consecutive months of delinquent payments prior to june 30, 2021. another 350,000 federal student loan borrowers should receive $260 each from navient's $95 million restitution payment. >> to say that this company tormented me is an understatement. >> reporter: drexel university alum alexis miller says she took out $60,000 in loans from navient, but after penalties, it quickly ballooned to an $82,000 debt. >> having this settlement is more than just repaying off loans, you know, it's life changing. >> reporter: navient, which did not admit fault in the settlement, said in a statement it did not act illegally but chose to resolve the claims which it called unfounded to avoid additional burden,
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expense, time, and distraction. for those who are eligible, this should be automatic. they will be sending awe letter in the next couple of months, and if you are waiting for that check, make sure your information is all up to date on the department of education's website. fill out any missing information, so guys, you get that check. guys? >> all right, rebecca. thank you so much. we're going to switch gears here. someone had a little extra money for a marvelous purchase. take a look. "spider-man" comic book, listen to this, a single page swinging into the record books selling at auction for a record $3.36 million. >> one page? >> one page. it blew away the previous record of about $657,000. i can tell you, i am not the buyer. >> what about the rest of the comic book? >> how much is that worth? >> follow-up-free zone. i have no answers. we're following a lot of other headlines this morning, including a serious one, prince
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andrew stripped of his military titles by his mother, the queen. and with robberies on the rise, why one particular car part is being targeted and how you can protect yourself and your vehicle. but first, going to go back to ginger. >> michael, that weekend storm has already started. sioux falls, south dakota, is already getting that storm. they are now going to transition from snow to some mix, but that's kind of going to be the case all the way through it. there is a mix meaning ice, freezing rain could be possible, especially in the areas you see highlighted in that super hot pink down in north carolina, south carolina, the heaviest snow will fall inland so and just east of pittsburgh. there will be more rain, and i want to point out that ice in north and south carolina. let's get those weekend getaways respon sponsored now by verizon.
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♪ rocket man burning out his fuse up here alone ♪ it's actually been a few weeks since we've heard that song. welcome back to "gma." okay, we all remember that moment, of course, well, now we know the football that michael took on that trip of a lifetime is getting a place in the hall of fame. we're going to tell you all about that coming up. >> michael hears that song in his head before he goes to sleep every night. there you go. we'll have much more on that ahead. the top headlines we're following. the northeast bracing for a deep freeze. windchills over the weekend expected to plunge as low as 40 below zero in some areas with at least 12 states also under a winter storm watch.
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also right now, encouraging signs in the battle against omicron. in new york city, the epicenter of the initial omicron surge, as well as washington, d.c., daily new cases are dropping, but this comes as children's hospitals across the country are reporting a dramatic increase in pediatric patients. and robert kennedy's assassin has been denied parole again. california governor gavin newsom reversing a parole board decision that would have set sirhan sirhan free after more than 50 years behind bars. one of kennedy's daughters, kerry kennedy, joins us live in the next hour to talk about the decision that divided her family. and take a look at this remarkable rescue. after a seattle family's home was knocked off its foundation by a landslide, their dog was found a couple of days later. they did not give up the search and found their nice tail-wagging puppy. >> important member of the family. >> yes, very important member of
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the family. and we have a lot more ahead including law enforcement raising the alarm about airtags. why they say the device poses a threat. that's coming up. right now we turn to that major news involving britain's royal family. prince andrew losing his military titles. the royals further distancing themselves from andrew as he fight that is sexual assault lawsuit right here in the u.s. james longman at buckingham palace with the latest. good morning, james. >> reporter: good morning, cecilia. this really is the ultimate embarrassment for prince andrew. he's always been very proud of his military affiliation, but this decision essentially throws him out of the firm and in the face of growing public anger, the royal family pulled together and pulled rank on one of their own. banished from royal life, prince andrew stripped of his military titles by his mother, the queen. buckingham palace releasing a statement saying, with the queen's approval and agreement the duke of york's military affiliations and royal patronages have been returned to the queen. the duke of york will continue not to undertake any public duties and is defending this case as a private citizen.
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the 61-year-old was born his royal highness, but that too he'll no longer be able to use. andrew who was seen being driven around windsor thursday is believed to have visited the queen the morning of the announcement. a royal source telling abc news the news has been widely discussed among the royal family. >> his military affiliations have been distributed amongst other members of the royal family but there really is no way back. they're saying these affiliations are not going to be returned to him no matter what the outcome of the case is. he is now a private citizen. >> reporter: the news comes one day after a federal judge rejected the duke of york's attempt at this stage to dismiss the civil suit filed against him by virginia giuffre, alleging she was trafficked by jeffrey epstein to have sex with andrew on several occasions beginning when she was 17. a source close to prince andrew told abc news they were unsurprised by the ruling saying, the duke will continue to defend himself against these claims. andrew has denied ever meeting giuffre and even suggested this photo of the two of them along with ghislaine maxwell was faked.
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with the suit going forward andrew's team will likely have to provide evidence to back up claims and others like denying giuffre's claims that he was sweaty the night she says they first met. >> there is a slight problem with the sweating because i have a peculiar medical condition which is that i don't sweat or i didn't sweat at the time. >> reporter: and virginia giuffre has been tweeting that she's pleased at the chance to expose the truth as she calls it and that her goal has always been to show that the rich and powerful are not above the law. cecilia. >> james, i know this is a hugely significant move by the queen. stripping him of his title. what's the reaction there in the uk? >> reporter: well, to be honest, cecilia, prince andrew has never been the most popular member of the royal family, but i think really people's issue is the damage this is doing to the monarchy and the queen as a mother. you know, this is a woman of an advanced age and she should be celebrating her jubilee year, the longest reigning monarch in british history. cecilia. >> all right, james longman, thank you so much.
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michael? cecilia, now to that brazen theft. police say a texas man was shot by an armed man who was trying to steal the catalytic converter from his car. it's just the latest report of thieves targeting this automobile part. our transportation correspondent gio benitez joins us live with more on this story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, michael, good morning to you. yeah, that catalytic converter is a critical part of the exhaust system, but now this morning, we are seeing a slew of dangerous thefts because it's going for big money. this morning, more and more thieves brazenly going after a pricey car part. police rushing to a san antonio neighborhood this week after a 33-year-old man was shot when he confronted someone who he says was trying to steal the catalytic converter under his car. in another case, in broad daylight, these two jump out of a van targeting a catalytic converter on a toyota prius. a neighbor recording chased away with a blowtorch. >> get out of here, go. >> reporter: and in late december, in washington state, another scary encounter. a couple catching a group of
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thieves under their van, the husband approaching the group. >> he ran toward them and yelling for them to stop and they weren't stopping. >> reporter: beth speaking with our abc affiliate in seattle komo says the thieves did not seem concerned they had just been caught. >> one of them pulled a gun and shot it in the air. they finished up. they kept going. they finished up and then left a couple minutes later. >> reporter: this incident happening last spring shows another theft in action. >> folks are able to steal these converters and because of the online buyers it's a lucrative business and we're going to do all we can to try to interrupt it. >> reporter: in august, houston police finding more than 300 catalytic converters in this truck and arresting two men. in suburban maryland, this mechanic tells us thieves target toyota priuses because their parts are worth more. >> they get in and out very quickly, 5, 10, 15 minutes tops. >> reporter: on average, police say thieves can make up to $300 per converter.
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the precious metals in the catalytic converters soaring in value now worth more than gold. state farm telling abc news, it's paid out $43 million in claims for catalytic converter theft in just a year. one way to protect your car, adding a steel plate cover over your catalytic converter. >> the amount of time that it would take to steal the converter would deter them from taking it. you can't be gone in less than a minute or two. >> reporter: you can use that steel cover to cover that converter there. that catalytic converter, but police say that you should also engrave your vin number on the converter itself. that way it'll just be harder to sell it on the black market but, listen, this can cost thousands to replace if you have to replace it if it's stolen. you might need that full coverage insurance to actually go ahead and cover the cost of that, guys. >> yikes. >> all right, gio, that cover could save you a lot of money. >> absolutely. >> all right, gio, thank you so much for that.
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becky worley has all the details. becky, good morning. >> reporter: whit, good morning to you. they're meant to help you find your keys but allegations today that apple airtags are being physically planted on people so that they can be tracked. this morning, increasing concern about apple's airtags. law enforcement officials in new jersey issuing a warning to officers saying, airtags and similar devices pose an inherent threat to law enforcement as criminals could use it to identify officers' sensitive locations, et cetera. the issue not limited to police. >> i was seeing videos all over tiktok and everywhere else of people getting notifications on their phones that an airtag has been following them and people are like placing them on their cars and stuff. >> reporter: adrianna was out shopping with a friend when one of their phones showed this airtag notification. it reads this item has been moving with you for awhile. the owner can see its location. >> there was a map that showed it followed our exact location from target all the way back to her house. >> reporter: these two women are not alone.
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>> i was at a bar in tribeca. had my coat on the chair behind me and once i was already on my walk home, halfway home, i got the notification someone is tracking you and has been for awhile. >> reporter: "sports illustrated" swim suit model brooks nader said she was tracked through new york city suspecting the tag was placed in her coat when she wasn't looking. >> it was the scariest, scariest moment ever. >> reporter: the airtag by apple is meant to be attached to things frequently lost like keys or wallets, and then a person can track their airtag location with other devices like cell phones. >> their precision and location tracking is also very, very accurate. so, if you're being tracked for nefarious purposes, or if your car is being tracked to be stolen later, that is very concerning, but unfortunately very accurate. >> reporter: for android phone users apple has also released an android-based app called tracker detect designed to allow android users an option to track these tags. apple tells abc news, we take customer safety very seriously
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adding, if users ever feel their safety is at risk, they're urged to call local law enforcement who can work with apple to provide any available information about the unknown airtag. apple has instructions about what to do if you get one of these messages that an unknown airtag has been with you for a while. they say you can make it play a sound so you can physically find the tag. they add that you can see if the owner has marked it as lost, maybe this was all a mistake, but if you think you're being intentionally tracked they say contact local authorities to work with apple to find out what's going on, whit. >> to underscore what you noted earlier, this is not so much about the issue of the airtags that you buy, but a problem with them planting them on you or in your jacket or somewhere like that. >> reporter: exactly right. that connection between the airtags that you buy for your keys that communicate with your phone, that is secure. this is people intentionally purchasing their own airtags and nefariously putting them on you
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>> whether you like it or not. >> like it or not. good morning, america. glad you're with us this morning. it's always great to have cecilia and whit with me at the desk. >> and whit was genuinely bobbing his head to this song. >> my kids have aged out of "baby shark." >> but you haven't. >> i haven't. exactly. >> that's not the only bit of joy you've been giving us this morning. you were showing us your phone and you're fostering a dog. >> we're all dog lovers. this is charlie, this is our 1-year-old foster puppy that we're getting ready for adoption. we work with snar northeast and we're talking about this because we love making sure we can find forever homes for their animals and on monday we're helping so many dogs find homes as part of the betty white challenge. join us on monday for our big live paw-some event. >> paw-some, awesome. it's actually going to be awesome. >> helping so many animals. >> that's great what you're doing.
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>> thank you. >> monday is going to be a big day. we have a lot of news to get to starting with the northeast bracing for a major cold blast. ginger is tracking the deep freeze and the new winter storm on the move. good morning again, ginger. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, michael. it's not just the northeast, it's all the way down into north georgia back into the midwest, and so i'll go ahead and take you through it but first to make that storm happen, you got to have cold air. we already had one shot and got a frozen fountain at bryant park in new york but you thought that was cold. wait till you see what happens tomorrow morning. we are talking about rochester, new york, feeling like 13 below. 21 below for concord. the cold air in place, then this upper level low and that makes snow and you end up having snow from minnesota and south dakota, right through iowa this morning, they are catching up on seasonal snow totals that are some foot below average in some places and nashville, they're going to get another three to six. remember, they already blew past their seasonal with the last storm. northeast of atlanta looks like where that icing begins.
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charlotte, ice possible, up in the appalachian mountains you're going to end up with the heaviest snow, the catskills get the snow. you see what happened in new york, long island, it starts as maybe a few snowflakes sunday night, transitions to rain. cecilia, know that by monday morning we will be having a mess, but it is going to be coastally looking like more rain. >> i love you, girl, but you're killing me on this one. stay warm, ginger. thank you. we turn to tennis star novak djokovic, his australian visa revoked again overnight, djokovic now facing possible deportation. this just days before the australian open is set to begin so let's go back to will reeve with more on this. good morning, again, will. >> reporter: good morning, cecilia. novak djokovic will be detained at 8:00 a.m. saturday in melbourne after an interview with immigration officials as his lawyers appeal the government's decision to cancel his visa for a second time. the australian minister for immigration announced overnight he was using his power to once again cancel djokovic's visa on,
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quote, health and good order grounds on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so. djokovic's lawyer is arguing that the grounds for the second cancellation differ from the first last week and what a week it has been. djokovic came to play the australian open on what he called an exemption permission, only to be detained at the airport where his visa was canceled. he appealed that and won on narrow technical grounds, he was let go from the quarantine facility where he was being held, but there were indications that his visa may be revoked yet again and now it has been. djokovic will be allowed to spend time with his lawyers on saturday before entering detention on saturday night pending a sunday appeal hearing which if he loses could lead to him being banned from australia for three years. guys. >> okay, will, thank you. coming up, the growing outrage over a judge's decision to throw out a college student's rape conviction. we'll hear from the victim and her family.
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and welcome back to "gma." we want to get right to our "gma" cover story this morning. the growing outrage after an illinois judge overturned a teen's rape conviction. alex perez spoke with the victim and her father and he is joining us now from chicago. good morning, alex.
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>> reporter: hey, good morning, cecilia. cameron vaughan says it was difficult for her to come forward and tell her story. she was in disbelief when she learned the judge's decision. an illinois judge is under fire for reversing his own conviction of a man who was found guilty of sexually assaulting 16-year-old cameron vaughan. >> the judge made me feel like i fought for nothing. >> reporter: vaughan says she was drunk when 18-year-old drew clinton allegedly raped her at a graduation party in quincy, illinois, last may. her dad by her side when they learned the conviction was reversed. >> it felt like cameron was making strides to get past it and now it's like the scab has been re-opened and she's, you know, has to go through this all again. it's been very heartbreaking. >> reporter: according to court transcripts judge adrian in reversing the decision blamed parents for, quote, having parties for teenagers where they allow coeds and female people to swim in their underwear and said
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the 148 days clinton had spent in jail already is plenty of punishment. >> i thought it was outrageous. he should -- like he blamed every single person except for drew. he blamed my parents. he blamed my friends. he blamed myself. he made it seem like it was every other person's fault besides the only person who is at fault. >> reporter: judge robert adrian presided over a bench trial and found clinton guilty on one count of criminal sexual assault, but during sentencing last week, the same judge granted a defense motion and changed his decision to not guilty and allowed clinton who faced four years behind bars to be released. >> judges have enormous discretion. i've never heard before of a judge without additional new evidence, new facts, new information overturning his own decision. >> reporter: clinton's defense maintains the encounter with vaughan was consensual. >> the fact of the matter is he was found not guilty so five months is five months too much
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because an innocent person should never go to jail. >> reporter: vaughan now attending classes online as she's dropped out of sports and says she's still emotionally struggling from the alleged assault. >> what's the message you want to make sure comes across after what happened in court? >> i just want every single girl honestly everywhere to know that it is okay to stand up for what happened to you and to not hide it. >> reporter: and legally prosecutors say they have little to no recourse at this point but say they are exploring any and all options. michael. >> all right, thank you for that story, alex. and now to an abc news exclusive. a new twist in the murdaugh murder saga. before the mother and son of a prominent south carolina family were gunned down last summer, paul murdaugh was involved in a fatal boat crash. this morning, the parents of the victim are -- the victim are breaking their silence. eva pilgrim has that story for us. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, michael. mallory beach's parents have been fighting for justice for their daughter for almost three
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years now telling me they want people to know their daughter mattered. it seemed like just another night. six young people, three couples out on a boat in the south carolina low country. >> 911, where is your emergency? >> we're in a boat crash and one is missing. >> mallory. mallory! mallory! >> reporter: 19-year-old mallory beach was thrown from the boat. no one could find her. >> i just kept praying that they would see her like on a sandbar or somewhere that she just couldn't get to us but she was safe. >> reporter: seven days later her body was recovered. the coroner ruling she died from drowning and blunt force trauma. the big question, who was driving that boat? mallory's boyfriend anthony cook immediately pointing the finger at 19-year-old paul murdaugh. >> my girlfriend gone, bro. >> sit down.
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sit down. >> i hope you rot in hell. >> reporter: paul is the younger son of alex murdaugh, a prominent family going back generations. >> paul was just driving and doing doughnuts. >> you said you noticed that paul was getting kind of drunk. >> that i could tell he was drunk. he like -- he gets drunk a lot and it's just kind of like another person when he's drunk -- >> reporter: charges didn't come right away. evidence was allegedly missing. questions of how the investigation was handled and why circled around the community. >> were you worried that there wasn't going to be a charge for what happened? >> yes, i was worried about that. just being from the family that he's from, it would be probably a cover-up. >> you thought that from the first day? >> i did. >> what was the reason for why you guys filed the civil suit? >> what motivated me was getting evidence of everything before it disappeared.
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>> her life meant something. for us she was our baby. we had to defend her honor. >> reporter: almost two months after the crash paul was indicted on charges of boating under the influence. >> what was your reaction to hearing that he had been charged finally? >> i was pleased that finally we would -- it was starting to move forward. >> reporter: but in june of last year, before his case could go to trial, paul and his mother maggie were found brutally murdered. the killings still unsolved and no suspects have been named. >> we've heard that statement that you finally got justice, this is not justice for us. and he did not deserve it. neither did his mama. >> reporter: and the murdaughs have been adamant that no one in the family interfered in that boat crash investigation. the lawyers even saying that paul wasn't even the driver of the boat. now, tonight on "20/20," we lay out the evidence that investigators have collected in this and the other cases surrounding the murdaughs.
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you can watch "20/20" tonight right here on abc at 9:00 p.m. >> we'll be watching and welcome back. your first day back to weekdays from maternity leave so welcome back and we will see you tomorrow too. you're going to be working "gma" saturday. >> that's right. bright and early. >> sound so excited about that, eva. welcome back. great to see you and we'll go back to ginger. hey, ginger. >> welcome back to eva. i can't wait to see the baby. all right, so how about we start with the berkshires postcard like snow. yes, you had a little fresh snow. now you're wondering about the next storm. well, it has to have cold air with it so we have to focus on that part, because not only do you have the deep freeze tomorrow morning which we saw the numbers. these are the air temperatures. 6 below sunday morning in syracuse. new york city will start the day at 11 and end the day closer to the mid-30s so we're going to be
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seeing a warm front rise through. that's why we'll go from a frozen precip sunday night to now to the tiktok mom being shamed online after revealing that she is raising her 7-month-old vegan. the video going viral with some commenters claiming a plant-based diet isn't healthy for a baby. erielle reshef has the details, and, erielle, doctors are now weighing in on this. >> reporter: they are, whit, and there's no shortage of strong
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opinions on this one. natasha says she never expected when she posted that tiktok video that she would spark a so-called "diet riot" and open up a major debate about a vegan diet for babies. this morning, new mom natasha callahan facing a so-called social media diet riot after sharing on tiktok that she feeds her baby exclusively vegan food. ♪ yes, i am, yes i am ♪ >> reporter: callahan who regularly posts lighthearted tiktok videos with her daughter oak said she never expected revealing the 7-month-old's diet would lead to a mom-shaming onslaught. >> my videos usually get a couple hundred views if that and so when it blew up i was like what is going on. >> reporter: her video quickly going viral, quickly garnering over 20,000 views in less than three days, some replying with supportive comments but others scolding her, one user writing,
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babies need meat, another saying, just no. >> there was people telling us i was being selfish and abusing my child because i'm not giving them meat and then there was other people saying like don't be silly, like it's a great thing. >> reporter: doctors say when it comes to kids, especially infants, a vegan diet can be safe but parents should be cautious. >> it can be safe to raise an infant, toddler or child in a vegan diet. i think with careful planning, with thoughtful additions to a vegan diet that think about immune developments, brain and even retinal development you can do a great job primarily focusing on a plant-based diet. >> reporter: according to a study conducted in poland, children who follow vegan or vegetarian diets had less body fat and a healthier cardiovascular profile than children who ate meat. but researchers warn that vegan diets may affect growth, bone mineral content and micronutrient status. natasha is currently breast-feeding and feeding her
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daughter solid vegan foods but says when her daughter is old enough it will be ultimately up to her whether she remains a lifelong vegan. >> if she says i don't want to be vegan then she doesn't have to be vegan anymore. >> reporter: natasha says she is taking all of this in stride. all of that criticism, of course, doctors we talked to said it's best to consult your pediatrician about the best food regimen for your kids. guys. >> really interesting conversation, erielle, thank you. and now we're going to go to resolution rebound. a little inspiration to get you back on track when "top chef" gregory gourdet decided it was time to hit the reset button, he lost 40 pounds, thanks to a combination of power walking and healthy eating and we say good morning to gregory gourdet. author of "everyone's table." gregory, welcome to the show. good morning. and you look fantastic, that's the first thing i want to say. but why -- >> you look great as well. >> thank you, but why did you
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decide to go on this health journey? >> oh, goodness, for me, you know, just like so many of us, i gained so much weight during the pandemic between gyms closing, being locked up at home, supporting my restaurants via take-out and i was also recovering from an injury, a knee injury, so i just gained so much weight, i decided enough was enough and in july i decided to press the reset button and get back to health. >> gregory, i understand this wasn't all about the food. you really had an intense workout routine as well. tell us about it. >> sure, you know, i actually started power walking in the beginning because i'm a little bit older, my knee was inflamed. so i thought power walking was really a fantastic way, i could do it on the treadmill, i could do it outside when the weather was okay and that's what got me going. that's what got my body moving and after a few months of power walking i was able to run outside again and hit the gym and get back to being myself. >> when it came to the new diet, if other folks like me want to push the reset button, what are the tips that worked for you? >> so i truly went into a great
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lean protein, high protein diet with lots of low carb vegetables, super low carb. that doesn't mean it's not delicious and not satiating. you can things like this beautiful golden roasted chicken definitely skin on, because fat is a fantastic fuel source. your body actually prefers to run on fat than carbohydrates. this is a super low carb vegetables, cauliflower and red cabbage cooked in olive oil, again another high delicious fat and i serve with lots of leafy greens. to make my collard greens we start with onion and garlic and great olive oil, i'm going to add some washed collards and they've just been cut into shreds. i hit that with a little bit of chicken stock and you can use veg stock or water if you're vegan or vegetarian, and i add some chipotle for some
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smokiness, some salt for seasoning and flavor, of course, and i'll let that simmer for 40 minutes. what you get at the end is this beautiful stew of these collard greens finished with tamari soy sauce and a little bit of apple cider vinegar and this is low fat, super nutrient dense. you can eat so much of this and be full and feel great and it's the perfect pair with high fat protein as well. >> you got our mouths watering. i understand you talk about a whole system cleanse. there are so many different ways to go about doing that and products on the market, but what do you think is the best approach to that? >> for me i drink so much tea. i really kind of -- started limiting coffee intake and the caffeine intake and just focused on herbal tea, tons of great herbal teas out there,
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nutrient-dense teas. if i need a pick me up i do sometimes black or green tea. those are all great and high in antioxidants and you get that pick me up. tea is great because you can have it hot, cold, you can have it throughout the day and it's also very filling so you feel like you're full and it's super low cal to no cal, so it's a great option for that reset button as well. >> i've been trying to do the tea train here in our studio but, gregory, this is a marathon. this journey is a marathon. it's not a sprint and i'm sure there's a time within your journey that you felt like giving up. what was your motivation to keep going? >> absolutely. so for me, you know, realizing that i was getting older, it actually took so much longer for me to see some results, you know, i was like, when is it going to happen? you just have to keep going and keep persevering. exercise, count your calories, track your food. when i saw the number on the scale getting lower my clothes started to fit again and actually knee started to feel like myself again. i could move. my back didn't hurt. everything just started to feel better. that's when i knew that
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everything was working and that inspired me to keep going. my advice is, if you want to have a cheat day, don't be scared. if you want to have a couple of french fries on sunday have a couple. just don't have a whole bag and the most important thing is don't feel guilty about your cheat day. if you want to cheat and have a piece of cake, enjoy time with your friends, enjoy it. revel in that moment and don't feel guilty the next day. >> all right, great advice. we appreciate it. i'll make that chicken this weekend. thank you so much. find these recipes on goodmorningamerica.com and you can check out chef gregory's new restaurant kann when it opens in spring in portland, oregon. everybody, stay with us.
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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. jobina: good morning. here's francis with a look at traffic. francis: it is looking pretty good on the roads even though an accident has been reported on the bay bridge and both directions of the upper date -- upper deck and lower deck and the fog is improving. we will check out the san mateo bridge were a stall has been reported in the westbound direction but you can see traffic is looking good. no major problems other than some possibly thick fog which drew will talk about shortly. jobina:
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>> "live with kelly and ryan" is coming up. steve harvey talks about his new show. drew: we still have a dense fog advisory in effect until 10:00 a.m. around the shoreline and the north bay. conditions are improving in the south but that fog is lifting. petaluma and napa down to zero miles visibility. here is the view from san rafael. visibility has improved from this vantage point. foggy skies early on. by the afternoon, it is hazy
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sunshine in the 50's and 60's. jobina: we will have another update in 30 minutes. you can always find us on our and on abc7news.com. have a great morning. ♪ baby shark doo doo doo doo doo doo ♪ ♪ baby shark ♪ michael requested it one more time. >> hmm, yes. >> welcome back to "gma." of course the "baby shark" video making history celebrating a big win, the first video to reach 10 billion views on youtube and thanks to that we will never get this song out of our head. >> lot of kids watching that. all right, guys, we're excited about our reveal. our "gma" buzz pick it's "the ballerinas" by rachel kapelke-dale. a thrilling debut about a trio of students who meet at the
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paris ballet school and it's being compared to "black swan." >> the dark side of physical perfection and complexities of female friendships building to a twist you'll never see coming. "the new york times" calling it enthralling and irresistible. "the ballerinas" is out now. keep reading along with us on our instagram @gmabookclub. we're going to turn now to our fashion forecast for 2022. it is cold out there so naturally puffer coats are blowing up the season. "good housekeeping's" lori bergamotto has all the hottest puffers, they all under 100 bucks, just point your cell phone camera at the qr code and go right to the jackets. lori, you have your puffer on. i wore my gigantic one in this morning because it is cold out here. tell us what we need to know if we're -- what we need to keep in mind if we're shopping for one this season. >> good morning, cecilia. that's right, puffers are huge right now so three things you need to know when you're shopping. you're looking for insulation,
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everybody knows that down coats are really warm but they can also be really expensive. so you want to look for down alternatives, things like polyester that will keep the price low but your body temperature high. you're also looking for material, nylon finishes are the most durable and water resistant and the fit really matters, you want to be able to layer underneath but keep it snug so you keep all that cold air out. >> cold air out, heat in, lori. let's get started with this cropped puffer. tell us about it. >> that's right, michael. it's all about a cropped pumper. puffer. i had this one from nordstrom in this black ripple and i believe in the studio you have the red one which, fun fact, according to global shopping services, red puffers are up 149% just from last month. so if you see a red one you're going to want to buy it. this one is great. it has a drawstring on the bottom so like i said with fit it will keep that cold air out and warmth in.
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>> michael loves himself a cropped puffer. lori, tell us about the jackets with the shine. i keep seeing them in the store, they're popular this year. >> that's right. it's all about the wet look and we're obsessed with this one from target. you guys have a yellow one, i believe, in the studio and i have this berry one here. and what's so great about this puffer and all of them really, is that you can get an amazingly warm puffer for an incredible price. you do not need to spend a lot of money. these are under $30. they're cropped and the style is great. what's not to love? >> what is not to love and when the temperatures drop you need a longer coat so is this one that you have here going to keep us warm? >> it sure is. so this one is from amazon. these start around $79 and, of course, cropped is cute. we love that, but you want something that's really warm. this one will keep you super cozy and, michael, we also love that it comes with a belt because puffers can sometimes get out of control.
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this lets you have a waist and it has a removable faux fur hood so it's a great price again. >> you had me at that hood there. lori, all right, not just for the ladies. we're roping in your husband, nick, i'm told. we got him in a puffer. let's see. where is he? what do the guys need to know if they're shopping for puffers. hi, nick. >> okay, so, ladies, we all know that uniqlo is like the gold standard. this has a dual construction. nick looks great in it and it's lightweight so it will keep him warm but not too much volume which i know he loves. you love this, right? >> fantastic. >> and that price, cecilia, all of these are really affordable. you do not need to spend a lot of money to stay warm all winter long. >> nick, nick woke up early to get one word, "fantastic." i like it.
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lori, for a lot of people looking for deals, should you buy now or should you wait? >> so, michael, great question. as soon as we see a dip in prices and a lot of these are great deals, we're also going to see a dip in inventory and sizing and color, so if you see a puffer that you love this weekend, snap it up. because, again, the prices will drop in february, but there is no guarantee they'll have your color or your size. >> all right, lori bergamotto. thank you as always thanked nick for is. see you later. have a great weekend. "good housekeeping's" latest issue available on newsstands now. don't forget to shop these coats using the qr code on your screen or go to goodmorningamerica.com. coming up, we'll tell you how to level up your business. p. ♪ thousands of women with metastatic breast cancer are living in the moment and taking ibrance. ibrance with an aromatase inhibitor is for postmenopausal women or for men with hr+, her2- metastatic breast cancer as the first hormonal based therapy.
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we are back we are back now here on "gma" with that new ruling in one of the most notorious assassinations in american history, sirhan sirhan convicted of killing senator robert f. kennedy in 1968 is going to remain in prison after california governor gavin newsom reversed a parole board decision that would have set him free. robert f. kennedy's dur daughter kerry kennedy is here to talk to us about it. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> i want to start by getting your reaction to governor newsom's decision to reverse -- that sirhan sirhan is going to stay in prison. >> yes, i'm very, very deeply gratefulto the governor for that decision. i think this is a man who has
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shown no remorse, who has shown no ability to take responsibility for his crime, and he is a current danger to the people of california and to our country. >> sirhan sirhan -- >> so i'm grateful to the governor for his decision. >> and sirhan sirhan, i know you know, has been in prison for 53 years. there is some division in your family, however, about his parole. your brothers, robert and douglas, have been advocating for his release. have you spoken to them and if so, what's their reaction this morning? >> sure, i've spoken to them over the last four months. you know, i come from a family with 11 children and from my grandma and grandpa rose and joe kennedy, we have over 150 family members, so there's always going to be somebody in there who doesn't agree with you. but i think that the thing to
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focus on here is who is this man? this was a premeditated act. he said i've been planning this for years. he went -- he went and purchased a gun. he went to target practice that morning. he went and purchased the type of bullet that is most likely to be fatal. he went to the hotel where my father was speaking. he killed my father. he shot five other people that night. it was a massacre. this was not a simple killing. this was a massacre and he nearly killed my mother who was pregnant with my younger sister rory. and this is a man who has taken no responsibility and shown no remorse for his actions. was constantly blaming others and he would be a very, very
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scary person to release on the streets of california. >> in that vein, sirhan's attorney says he, quote, shows no threat to society. how do you respond? >> i just think that's wrong. i think if you -- anybody who reads the transcript at the last parole hearing in which he was asked for instance about any incident in the kitchen just a little while before covid hit, and he said to the cook, come and meet me in the back room. he's asked by the commissioner, why did you say that and he said because i had to show him that i could hurt him very badly. now, this is somebody with a hair-trigger emotional reaction any time he feels that he's been
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wronged. and it's easy to get a handgun in this country. he used a handgun, no, you know, smaller than the size of a fist to kill my father and shoot five other people and he has shown none of the needed emotional, deep emotional change one has to go through in order to be released to society, in order to earn that release. >> well, kerry kennedy, it is important to have your voice on this this morning. we appreciate your time. thank you for being with us. we'll head back to ginger now. >> thank you. >> yes, cecilia, one of the quickest ways to see who will be impacted the most is this map. with this storm this weekend, interstate 80 where it meets 35, so des moines in that red area. then, if you go into northeast georgia, western south carolina, along 40 from nashville east, that's going to be an impact area too. remember, today is iowa,
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tomorrow is the ♪ level up ♪ it's time now to level up your business. so many people left their jobs during the pandemic and millions have started their own businesses or revamped them to stay afloat. the experts say this could be the best time to do it. rebecca jarvis is back to tell us how to make your move. hey, rebecca. >> reporter: hey, nice to see you again, michael. and this has been a time of rethinking and reimagining for so many people and as part of that vision of the future includes starting a business, listen up. like so many entrepreneurs when the pandemic hit, paint bucket founder kristen pulaski had to rethink her business.
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but as weeks turned into months, the brooklyn-based nail salon once thriving needed to figure out a new source of revenue so she turned to the community she built an instagram. >> i was realizing that our following was nationwide and it made me think, how can we expand into the rest of the country? >> reporter: she and her team began offering virtual tutorials and classes but the game changer was creating an e-commerce business with shopify offering merchandise including their signature nail wraps, something she had always wanted to do and finally had a reason. >> i got so accustomed to only working in a brick and mortar service-oriented business and then i had to figure out how you manage an e-commerce website. it was scary and there were definitely nights i would cry or not know if what i was doing was the right thing. >> reporter: americans have been quitting their jobs and starting new businesses like never before in the last year. in november 2021, a record 4.5 million voluntarily exited
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while new business applications hit a record 5.4 million last year. >> for a long time the idea of becoming an entrepreneur and starting a business was expensive and complicated. what has happened is that technology has made it really easy for anyone with an idea to sell a product. >> reporter: and whether you're starting a new business or hoping to pivot like kristin, there are a few steps to keep in mind. first, know your customer. >> have a deep understanding and a deep empathy for the people that are buying from you. ask them, who are you? how did you hear about me? what do you love most about my business and what do you hate about my bids? >> reporter: next, become an expert. >> deeply understand your product. if you are making tea or you're making t-shirts or you're a nail salon make sure you have an incredible product. >> reporter: finally, consider the value of this moment in time. >> the cost of failure is so low right now that you if try something and it doesn't work it's okay to try something else. this is the best time to start a business maybe ever.
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>> reporter: as for kristin she says business is better than ever. >> how did i not do this sooner? i want to create so much more for people across the country. >> reporter: and as kristin lays outso beautifully here, there is a lot of upside but running a business is hard no matter what time of year or time in the world we're facing which is why you really want to start if you're thinking about this, start with your why. are you running away from something or running towards something? if your vision is something you really believe in, that's a sign that you should be starting a business. also make that plan, a business plan, ask yourself who are my customers, what am i selling, how am i making money and what is my long-term goal for the company? finally, michael, you got to line up funding. if you don't have it yourself think about who you will reach out to and how you will pitch them on this groundbreaking idea, michael. >> rebecca, great advice as always. thank you so much. coming up, aly and aj bringing us a special performance. stay right there. we'll be right back with more "gma."
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♪ we are back now with powerhouse sister duo aly and aj with a new album, "a touch of the beat" that gets you up on your feet, gets you out and into the sun. a little poetry to go with it. we're going to hear their new single "pretty places" in a moment, but let's say good morning, aly and aj. how are you? good to have you on "gma." >> thank you, good morning. how are you? >> good morning. >> great, so it's been 14 years since your last album. fans have had to wait a long time. it's getting great reviews. "the wall street journal" actually comparing it to the sound of fleetwood mac. tell us what you were going for. >> well, that's a huge compliment to aj and i both. honestly we just wanted to make a record that made people feel good. i know that it's been a very crazy last couple of years and we just wanted to make a record that made people feel hopeful again and i hope that we did that with "a touch of the beat."
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>> now you're going to play the new track, "pretty places" and said it's one of the best songs of your careers. you've been at this for a while. you've had many songs. why is this one, though, so special? >> you know, i just feel really connected to the song. i think aly and i have been writing for years and we wrote this song about five years ago and we always knew there was something really special about it. there's something about the way that it has brought meme together in the last few months that i think is really powerful and it really plays beautifully live. >> i think the recording process was so special. i remember the day we recorded it at sungset sound. >> we are going to listen to the music right now, aly and aj. congratulations and so great to have you on. thanks for being with us. >> thank you so much. >> come see us out on the road on tour in a couple of months. check us out. >> the tour coming up, as well.
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the deluxe edition of the album drops february 11th and now off that new album here's aly and aj with "pretty places." ♪ ♪ we could pack up this house get out of town ♪ ♪ drive across country one taillight out ♪ ♪ you wouldn't need anything else now, would ya ♪ ♪ just all my books and your old daytona ♪ ♪ yeah, it's fine where you going, sunshine ♪ ♪ we've got time, sit back and i'll drive you to ♪
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♪ all the pretty places pull us away from where the pain is ♪ ♪ these open skies leaving the past behind ♪ ♪ i would for all the pretty places ♪ ♪ i'll go anywhere let's go right now ♪ ♪ i'll go anywhere doesn't matter how far ♪ ♪ i'll go anywhere all i need is you ♪ ♪ i'll go anywhere all we got is us now ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ come with me hey, hey ♪
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big thank you to aly and aj for that great performance of "pretty places." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. >> announcer: now with so much hope for a brighter tomorrow filled with sunshine it's time to -- >> "rise & shine." >> announcer: and we're celebrating traveling all across the country. >> "rise & shine." >> "rise & shine." >> announcer: so celebrate with abc's "good morning america's" great "rise & shine" tour.
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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. jobina: g here is francis with a look at traffic. francis: good morning. traffic is looking better. we will show you outside a live camera shot of the san rafael bridge where it is slow approaching the tolls. it is low on southbound 101 because of a crash. south beach camera looks good. drew: we are still tracking the dense fog advisory for the next hour around the shoreline and the north bay but conditions are improving in the south bay. conditions are back to 10 miles. the issue is still in napa. zero miles visibility. a gorgeous view from our east bay health camera.
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hazy sunshine this afternoon and temperatures in the upper 50's to mid 60's. jobina: time for "live with jobina: time for "live with kelly and ryan" and are deja vu: it's live with kelly and ryan. today, all rise for the new judge in town, judge steve harvey. and from the series star wars: the book of boba fett, ming na-wen. plus, we wrap up our simple swaps week with healthier substitutes for your hot and cold favorite drinks. all next on live. and now here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. oh! -oh! -so official. i like that. it's so official when we see deja. ah! that's how i know it's time to start the day. i was confused all last week. i was like, "i can hear "deja, but i can't see deja." and so it felt very ominous. hi, good morning.

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