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oprah: my first guests shocked the athletic world when one of them announced just last year that he is homosexual. bob paris is an internationally known bodybuilder. he was mr. universe and mr. america in 1983. bob and rod say that they should have the right as citizens to be legally married in the eyes of the state. >> all we're asking for are the same rights that everyone else is guaranteed. oprah: mm-hmm. oprah: bob and rod broke up shortly after that show, but bob eventually did get married and has been with his husband brian for nearly 14 years. they live
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in canada, where same-sex marriage is legal. over the past 25 years, we have seen some progress. 5 states and the district of columbia now allow same-sex marriages. congress just repealed the military's "don't ask, don't tell" ban. and in 2003, the supreme court made a landmark decision to decriminalize homosexual acts in this country. we're not talking about india, we're talking about our country, 2003. but we still have a long way to go. hopefully, today we helped open the doors just a little wider. thanks, everybody. were bedding that mice and rats use so that the scent of the mice and rats would be on the
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shavings themselves as a lure. >> reporter: no zoo workers were injured. that is fortunate. this sneaky snake is just an adolescent 20 inches long. but egyptian cobras can grow up to 8 feet and produce enough venom to kill 15 grown men or a single man in 15 seconds. >> that whole family kills about 50,000 people a year in the third world. >> reporter: this isn't the first time a zoo animal tried to make a daring escape. >> all snakes are natural born houdinis. they're escape artists. >> reporter: this reptile had its own twitter account with over 200,000 followers. at some point the snake will be put back on display so that visitors as well as zookeepers can keep a very close eye on it. t.j. winick, abc news, new york. >> i feel bad for the guy. he was having a good time, you know. >> going through the big apple. the funny thing is, they say, though, the snake likely would not have survived outside the reptile house because it's been so cold in new york. they say he would have died within an hour or two if he got out in the cold weather.
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if you think about it, april really is the cruelest month. of course it is spring now. yes, we have the big royal wedding at the end of the month, final four championship coming up next week. but it's also tax filing month. every hates this. >> no surprise then that these were among top searches on yahoo! this week. yahoo! web life editor heather cabot joins us with more. good morning. >> reporter: hey, guys, happy april fool's day. now that it's april 1st people aren't joking about getting their taxes done on time.
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searches for tax filing are up 1500% this week. and more than two-thirds of those queries come from men. the top states looking for tax info are alabama, new york, and ohio. we've noticed folks are a little confused this year about when tax day falls. yahoo! searches for when is tax day are ramping up. here's the scoop. the irs moved the deadline to monday, april 18th because the district of columbia will be observing emancipation day on the 15th. with the royal wedding around the corner, curiosity about the big day continues on yahoo! including lots of questions about the cake. lots of people want to know more about fiona cairns, who will be designing the cake and prince william's favorite, chocolate biscuit cake. since they announced their engagement back in november searches for details on the happy couple and their
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nuptials have grown, get this, 8 million percent. to meet the demand for details, we set up a site, royalwedding.yahoo.com where people can get the latest news about the event and even sign a digital guest book with well wishes for kate and william. in sports news, the run-up to the final four and the unlikely teams who will be playing in houston this weekend are keeping internet users buzzing. searches for, quote, unthinkable final four are off the charts. vcu is getting the most buzz. queries up 143%. fans are especially interested in virginia's coach, shaka smart. searches for him are up nearly 200%. last, a new yahoo! mail survey shows digital etiquette may be reaching a new low. close to half of people polled say, they check their blackberries at the dinner table. on the other hand, more than 70% think it's fine to send e-mail thank-you notes. at least we're minding our manners, even if it's electronically. back to you guys. >> the e-mail thank-you note. i think it's so rude when you're talking and somebody's typing away on their blackberry and not even listening to what you're saying.
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don't you think? rob? sometimes? >> what are you saying? what? what? >> never mind. coming up, uproar involving go daddy's bob parsons. you won't believe this. a viral video from his elephant hunting expedition. are you looking that up? i'll take the rest. james franco shares unkind words about his oscar co-host coming up in "the skinny." you don't want to miss it. we'll see if we can round rob up. d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ all right, everyone. your last skinny before you take off on vacation. >> this story's nuts. >> a crazy story. starting us off with go daddy, one of the biggest website providers you can log on, register your website. >> huge, like super bowl advertisers. the commercials are really big. >> yeah, really big. the ceo and company's founder bob parsons and a team of hunters gunned down some elephants in zimbabwe. he then sent out a tweet saying, just got back from hunting. problem elephant in zimbabwe.
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here's my vacation video, enjoy. now, we're not going to show you the video. it's really disturbing. we do have a still. if you don't want to see this sort of thing, it's a still of bob parsons with the elephant he killed. this is the picture. as you can imagine, people are in an uproar over this. one of go daddy's biggest clients, peta. >> oh, not for much longer. >> right. they have said they have closed all of their accounts with go daddy. they encourage everybody to do the same. in fact, one of their biggest competitors, go daddy competitors, namecheap.com is trying to capitalize on this event. they say they're offering a special deal to customers who transfer over from go daddy. also donating $1 to the organization save the elephants. clearly a big pr disaster there for bob parsons, ceo of godaddy.com. >> in what world did he think that would go over okay? >> sor some where, he must know that that's not okay. even though he calls them a problem elephant but that's a different issue.
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big issue for go daddy. lighter note here. remember the oscars back in february and james franco and anne hathaway were the co-hosts and franco got thumbs down for half-hearted, half-baked, some would say, performance. he was on "letterman" last night and addressed the issue about his kind of lackluster performance as host. take a listen to what he says. >> people said i was under the influence. >> why would they say that? >> i -- i've thought about it. i think i know why. because -- i love her, but anne hathaway is so energetic i think the tazmanian devil would look stoned standing next to anne hathaway. >> oh, by comparison. >> remember we reported they hated each other. that was the rumor. >> he really gave a weird performance and pointed out an interesting thing. he said here's the hypocritical thing, leading up to the oscars i couldn't hear enough how people don't care about it. how the oscars are dead it's boring. the end of the award season. who cares about it? as soon as you don't host the way they want you to, they suddenly care and won't shut up
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about it. pointing out what he thinks is hypocritical. he said he wasn't high, just paled by comparison. >> it's anne hathaway's fault because she has so much energy. okay, whatever. and moving on -- >> that "letterman" airs tonight by the way. >> check out the show tonight with dave. >> also, charlie sheen, it's been a while, we thought we would give you another charlie sheen update. he's pairing up with snoop dogg. i love snoop dogg so i'm surprised. >> they have some things in common. >> they're going to put together a song for his tour. did you know, by the way, charlie sheen's tour is called my violent torpedo of truth/defeat is not an option show? >> and contrary to popular reports, it is not selling as well as people thought. a lot of empty seats. >> total pr debacle. sheen tweeted, warlock meets his music makers, that is snoop dogg. get ready to rock the sheenius within. >> oh, charlie, charlie, charlie. good luck with that one. on a bright night, betty white, everyone loves betty white. she has a new show on nbc called "off the rocker" a group of elderly pranksters going around pulling pranks on younger people. another show "hot in cleveland." she's probably the only 89-year-old on the planet with two comedies.
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a prankster show featuring betty white. it's coming. >> she's a saucy dame. betty white. >> she's a saucy dame.
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here are some stories to watch today on abc news. analysts predict more economic optimism from the labor department. the latest employment report could show another 200,000 jobs were added in march. they predict a slight improvement over the february report. hyundai discontinues its innovative job assurance guarantee. the korean automaker has offered to buy back new cars from customers if they should lose their job. the program was launched at the height of the recession. and millions of viewers are keeping an eye on an eagle's nest in rural iowa. a live web camera 80 feet off the ground is pointed at a mother eagle because one of her eggs is about to hatch. web watchers will get to see the whole thing. >> cool. >> wnnfans.com if you want to check out that website. >> that's cool video.
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don't mess with that baby -- >> she needs her privacy. i feel bad for her, putting a camera on her. >> the age we live in. if you're planning on going to the movies this weekend, there's a pretty good chance you'll get your good choice of seats. >> yeah, that's for sure. here's why. movie ticket sales are in the dumps. there's a lot of finger pointing about why that's the case. diana alvear went to the movies to check it out. >> reporter: the latest drama at the movies is taking place not in the theater but at the box office. attendance is down. way down. 20% compared to 2010. if you ask industry insiders, they say, blame the movies. audiences can't seem to get excited over new offerings. such as "sucker punch" or "battle los angeles." at least, not excited enough to pay ever-rising prices. >> i go less often because of the prices now. if it was a little lower, i would go more, yes, definitely. >> reporter: the average ticket price is now nearly $8. it's more than double that at some imax theaters. >> they can add up. i wouldn't pay no $20. no, not at all. >> reporter: add rising gas
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prices to the mix, and it's simple to see why many americans may choose to stay home and watch movies online or on cable. a surprising reversal for an industry that seemed recession-resistant. consider two years ago revenues surpassed $10 billion in domestic sales for the first time ever. with sluggish sales in the first quarter of 2011, experts say they don't expect an encore performance when it comes to profits. but don't expect a bad ending just yet. there's a hero on the horizon and it's called the summer blockbuster. highly anticipated sequels such as "the fast and furious" and "pirates of the caribbean" are expecting to sail in hooking audiences as well. diana alvear, abc news, los angeles. >> well, when you consider the cost that she was pointing out, you think about a family of four or five trying to go to the movies, it's pretty pricey. >> 40 bucks for a thing of popcorn. oh, there we are. look at that. updated broadcast news. >> you have a tie on. you look good in a tie. >> i know.
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this morning on "world news now" -- fierce fight in libya. and new challenges for opposition forces trying to overthrow moammar gadhafi's regime. >> their setback now, raising questions about exactly how long the u.s. will stay involved in the international fight. it is friday, april 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. i'm peggy bunker. >> and i'm rob nelson. nato is now in command as the american military takes a lesser role in libya. the obama administration insists that everything is on schedule, but what does that really mean? we'll take a look. also ahead, outrage over a huge american company, general electric, and the amount of taxes it paid last year. get this, zero. >> what? >> is this fair? we'll get some answers from a
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top ge executive. >> wow. and later in this half hour, our first look inside a space tourism operation. it promises flights into the great beyond for just a few hundred thousand bucks. who doesn't have that these days? >> luckily you can save your cash on that for me. i would die of fear. >> i would too, actually. before all that, leading republican lawmakers are now demanding the president do more to help the rebels in libya win that war. senator john mccain is among those pushing for the removal of moammar gadhafi. >> and this comes as the rebels appear to be losing more ground to gadhafi forces. john hendren has the latest. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, rob and peggy. nato is now in charge of international operations in libya, but on the ground rebels are struggling to hold their ground. the obama administration says the american role in libya is winding down, right on schedule. >> the u.s. military will provide the capabilities that others cannot provide either in kind or in scale.
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>> reporter: too soon, some republicans say, with moammar gadhafi's forces gaining ground and rebels fleeing. >> at a time when the gadhafi forces have literally tragically routed the anti-gadhafi forces, that's when we announce the united states is abdicating its leadership role and removing some of the most valuable assets that could be used to great effect. >> reporter: sources tell abc news, president obama has signed a secret presidential finding authorizing covert operations to help the rebels. it does not direct arms to be provided to them now, though the president could make a decision to do that in the future. and that would put a new focus on those fighting gadhafi. >> if you ask who are those guys, you're going to think about whether or not you really want to arm them. because our history of arming groups we don't know hasn't been a terribly good one. >> reporter: there are reports the cia already has small groups of operatives in libya and international envoys are beginning to coordinate with the rebels. >> we know there's an envoy from the united states that's coming
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but i cannot confirm or deny if he's here. >> reporter: as gadhafi hunkers down in tripoli, his foreign minister and former top intelligence officer has fled to the united kingdom. the defection of the top aide, the white house says, is like rats leaving a sinking ship. rob and peggy? two more major u.s. airlines are cutting back their service to japan in the wake of the crisis there. united and continental say demand is down so they won't be making as many flights. both airlines are dropping 10% of those flights this month and nearly 15% in may. american and delta airlines also recently cut their flights to japan. passengers may not be traveling to and from japan but radiation is. traces of radiation from the fukushima plant have been found in the water and air of 20 american states.
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and now in the milk from washington state. the particles get carried on the jet stream here to the u.s. where they land on grass that the cows then eat. >> from the time the cow produces the milk and the farmer collects the milk till it gets to your table is not very long. it's a matter of a few days. >> experts say the amounts are very, very small and that the iodine breaks down very quickly. the government is now testing more often and continues to say the radiation poses no threat to americans' health. the fda has also issued an alert for food imported from japan, including one of the most popular items, fish. this los angeles wholesaler says his fish comes only from southern japan, which is not affected by the troubled nuclear plant. he says the fish is tested first in japan and again when it arrives here. he also says he trusts the fish is safe. in other news, the ceo of general electric is now coming under some fire because his company paid nothing in taxes last year. if that's not enough, he also serves as chairman of the president's council on jobs and competitiveness. and the two together are making
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people wonder. jake tapper asks the tough questions. >> reporter: speaking to business leaders ge ceo jeff immeldt, he explained why his company paid zero federal taxes in 2010. >> we lost $32 billion in ge capital as a result of the global financial crisis. >> reporter: ge's investment arm did lose money but ge overall made billions. as we pointed out afterwards. overall ge made money even if ge capital lost money, overall you made $14 billion -- >> we didn't make a lot of that in the u.s. our tax rate will go up this year. we had a lot of losses in ge capital. over time, we paid a lot of taxes over the last five or ten years. >> reporter: if ge paid at the same tax rate of the average american taxpayer, 18%, the company would have added $2.3 billion to the treasury instead of zero. ge even got more than $3 billion in tax benefits. >> that is a corporate tax rate of -- hold on -- negative 60%. >> reporter: what ge did was perfectly legal, but critics say the company exploited loopholes
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in the tax code and liberal groups such as moveon have called for immelt to step down from the which i remember chairmanship of president obama's jobs council. former senator russ finegold called immelt everything that's wrong with corporate power he today. what do you make of the criticism of the people who say you should step down, you're not a good role model for the business community? >> look, i completely focus on building jobs and competitiveness in the u.s. and i will do my best to do a good job. people can think what they think. >> reporter: how do people respond when they say taxpayers were there for ge capitaln comt thfor taxpayers? >> the taxes, we had billions of losses in ge capital. our attacks will go up this
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ovelas1- oin t he isp chairman ge has shed jobs and increased outsourcing. he says if you remove from the equation the fact that he sold half the company, job growth has actually increased. jake tapper, abc news, the white house. >> very interesting story. well, plenty of questions this morning at the scene of a chemical plant explosion in texas. one person was killed, three others injured. it happened when a welder was working on a pipeline and it blew up. luckily, no hazardous materials were released. a nearby canal was st do briefly and then reopened. thousands in florida are spending april fool's day cleaning up after a wild spring storm there that included tornadoes, hail, lightning and rain. matt gutman reports from orlando on all the damage there. >> reporter: the funnel cloud roared out of the blackness. this family went crashing for cover. >> it threw the port-a-pot up in the air. it was really strong. >> all of our trash bins were everywhere. they went flying everywhere. >> reporter: the air show normally attracts over 500,000 people and for a few days a year this becomes the busiest airport in the world.
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>> this has not been a very good year for sun and fun. rain and pain, how does that sound? >> reporter: it's part of a giant weather system enveloping the east coast with warm, wet air in the south and cold air in the north. >> on the northwest side, though, where we have enough cold air it's going to be a heavy, wet snow that will probably accumulate over a foot. >> reporter: the storm caused millions of dollars in damage. it ripped planes apart, shredded tents but caused just a handful of minor injuries. nearby the twister slammed into homes. >> just a huge burst of wind came through. >> reporter: falling trees ripped down power lines as tornadoes and heavy thunderstorms blasted through florida all day long. matt gutman, abc news. >> well, that severe weather caused minor damage to space shuttle "endeavour" as it sat on the launch pad. kennedy space center was hit with hail, lightning, and winds gusting up to 90 miles an hour. nasa technicians are expected to take a closer look at the shuttle today to make sure it's okay. and that same storm system is now moving up the east coast making for a very messy travel
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day. the storm system is covering a huge area right now. some parts of the northeast will see only rain or some kind of wintry mix. parts of new york and new england could get hit with up to a foot of snow. yes, folks, it's april 1st. >> say it ain't so. people in southern california are finally getting a break from weeks of wet, chilly weather. downtown l.a. hit a sizzling 92 yesterday. that's the hottest temperature for that day since 1966. all that record heat ain't going to last. temperature dip to 80 today and it gets even cooler over the weekend. i could live with 80. >> you folks in southern california, come on, enjoy that weather. let's take a look at what's happening around the rest of the country. soaking rain and flooding from seattle to portland. snow from the northern rockies into the dakotas. showers with a mix of snow. in the twin cities, chicago, indianapolis and louisville. also up to 2 inches of snow in northern minnesota. >> 57 in omaha. 50 in chicago. 46 in detroit. 40s in boston and new york. 87 in miami. 81 in dallas. phoenix hovers near the 100-degree mark.
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it is 70 in salted lake city. 52 in billings. well, for pregnant women going past the due date can be really uncomfortable, really frustrating. but a virginia bakery may have just the secret weapon they need. >> very pregnant women have been turning to cappellino's crazy cakes in charlottesville to give their unborn child the nudge it needs. at least 19 women insist they went into labor within minutes of eating those lemon drop cupcakes. >> boy, i could have used those back in november. the owner says she uses fresh lemons and mixes them with a little bit of extra love. she also makes sure there's a fresh batch on hand every day in case a desperate pregnant mom comes in. >> don't they say there are certain foods, like spicy foods if you're -- >> some restaurant in the deep south that does a chicken. if you go eat this chicken. certain places some women swear that's what helped get the show on the road. >> oh, man. that's not bad. cupcakes and chicken. i would like to get pregnant. more "world news now" coming up
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take the next step. call today. sir richard branson's scheme for commercial space flight is more than just pie in the sky. he's now signed contracts to fly scientists into space so they can do their experiments. >> get this, hundreds of tourists already have reservations for a ride that will cost only about $200,000. let's reserve that right away. the bbc's richard scott has a preview. >> reporter: 40 years ago only a few had the right stuff to blast into space. nasa's shuttle program took over. but it was still professional astronauts. now, though, that could all change because of this. it's not quite a giant leap but this spaceship could be a small step towards making space travel
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affordable. now, it's my first time inside a spaceship. in fact, it's the first time that any journalist has been allowed in here. it's obviously not finished at the moment. the pilots will sit here. and there will be six passengers sitting three along each side of the spaceship. they'll be able to look out of these windows and see the blue sky of the earth turning first purple and then into the blackness of space. the roar of the rocket motor behind them will disappear. the rush of the atmosphere along the outside of the spaceship will vanish. when they hear the silence that's left, and see the blackness outside, they'll know they're in space. they'll then get around five minutes floating in this cabin. whilst they're weightless 70 miles above the earth, this is the view they'll see. the astronauts will begin their journey here. the world's first purpose-built commercial space port designed by norman foster and under construction in the new mexico desert. they'll get three days of
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training before heading to space. the trip comes in two parts. first this plane carries the spaceship up to 50,000 feet, higher than a normal plane, before dropping it in midair. the spaceship then fires its rocket motor and in less than a minute will be traveling at 2,500 miles an hour. of course, every spaceship needs a pilot. >> you know, the biggest challenges because we're in a test flight program is not the actual flying of the vehicle. it's anticipating what could go wrong because it's a one-of-a-kind airplane. >> reporter: virgin claims the trips into space will are lower carbon emissions per passenger than a flight across the atlantic but it's still a lot of energy to use on a very short trip. >> the past 50 years there's been a little over 400, close to 500 people go to space. i think in the first year or two, the goal of this program is to carry, you know, maybe thousands of people to space. it's just a game-changer, you know.
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everybody will know somebody that's been to space in the next 20 years, you know. >> reporter: tickets, though, aren't cheap. a seat in here will cost you 125,000 pounds. but more than 400 people have already booked. and the work going on in this desert warehouse is likely to lead to rival ventures. and the price of heading into space getting cheaper. >> now, you and i are two scaredy-cats -- >> doesn't sound like my kind of vacation, no. >> 200,000 bucks. a lot of people would jump at the chance. we know lance bass -- >> that's right. he was big -- >> he already plopped down his cash. >> one to have that kind of money to be able to do that. and two, what you could do with that money. but i guess it's for the novelty. >> it would be pretty cool. we'll see how that pans out. >> i'll be right here on earth. >> i'll be next to you. the drama is building, almost that time. >> we're going to talk about the men's hoops final four and the very small matter of our brackets competition. that i'm still winning! we'll set the table for all of it. the big weekend coming up when we come back. we come back.
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y down in houston and the floor is down at reliant stadium. >> that could only mean that despite it being april, it's time for the march madness final four. here we go, rob. set it up. everyone knows you're in the lead. >> that's right. tomorrow's first semifinal the butler bulldogs facing off against the rams from yes, virginia commonwealth university, vcu. then it's the kentucky wildcats against uconn huskies. >> uconn is willis' pick. for butler, they're second straight trip to the final four. they've won four tournament games this year by a total of 13 points. right now the bulldogs are
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riding a 13-game winning streak. how about that? >> cinderella, the password this year. for vcu, their first ever trip to the final four. in fact, their tournament started way back on march 16th in the so-called first four when they beat usc. since then, all the rams have done is take down four teams from four major conferences. a magical run. the whole season began, get this, vcu was a 5,000 to 1 longshot to win it all. not anymore. if you bet on them in vegas, you'd be sitting on a gold mine. come monday. >> seriously. yeah, they turned my brackets upside down, thank you so much. kentucky is at the final four for the 14th time in school history. the young wildcats have won ten straight games. half of those games against teams they lost to early on in the season. for those with good memories, you'll remember uk was hammered the day before thanksgiving. that loss was to their opponent tomorrow night, uconn. >> could be time for a little revenge. you might want to call those huskies marathon men since the start of their conference tournament uconn has won nine games in 19 days. wow. seven of those have been against ranked teams.
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there are still, of course, doubters out there. some say they'll go only as far as their star kemba walker, will take them. we'll see what happens. >> those are the teams everybody will be watching. now to our competition that's got a lot of trash talk behind the scenes going on. >> a recap i love. as we told you monday, i'm in the lead with 63 points. peggy in second, a distant second, at 56. david at 54. and big willis the big dog, is at 51. >> it's always the big talker that moves to the back of the line. just letting you know. >> it's true, it's true. >> willis is the only one of us who can still score points thanks to his pick of the uconn huskies. it will be nice to see if he edges to the front. >> the only way willis can win it all is if uconn wins the whole thing. if uconn wins tomorrow and loses on monday, i win, willis comes in second. >> okay. not bad. we'll have the updated standings on monday morning. of course, look forward to the national title game. that will be on monday night. >> exactly. willis is out today. >> otherwise you would be hearing about it nonstop. >> he's still faithful but i don't think it's going to happen. your "morning papers" are coming up next.
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a special morning breakfast. >> peanut butter and jelly. >> peanut butter and jelly.
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>> announcer: "world news now" delivers your "morning papers." big day here for "morning papers." >> we love to eat around here. it's all for a good cause. tomorrow, april 2nd, is actually national peanut butter and jelly day. it's really good. >> look at this. everybody loves pb&j. >> it's not just about what you love to eat. we're trying to make an environmental point saying that a plant-based lunch like pb&j saves about 2 1/2 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions, 130 gallons of water and 24 square feet compared to the average lunch. a plant-based lunch like bean burritos does a lot for the earth. >> please don't eat a bean burrito and come to work. i would prefer you stick with this. people talk about what they think is the bona fide pb&j, grape jelly, strawberry --
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>> duh, grape. >> creamy or -- >> creamy, duh. >> really? >> you like chunky? >> i like the all-natural and i like raspberry jam. >> i'll give you raspberry. there's nothing like the classic. >> you should see the staffers lined up to eat these sandwiches. come over here. >> you can tell it's a recession. come get a sandwich. come on out. >> let's polka. >> of course, it's friday. >> oh, my god. >> oh, my god, what is this? >> april fool's! ♪ politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ ♪ tapes that roll in way too slow ♪ ♪ stuff you saw on koppel's show ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ ♪ it's late at night you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ grab your world news now mug and everybody dance ♪ ♪ have some fun be a pal every anchor guy and gal ♪ ♪ do the world news polka ♪
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this morning on "world news now" -- major mess. storm damage from one end of florida to the other. >> today's destruction from tornadoes, downpours, powerful winds, lightning and hail. now that storm system is heading north. believe it or not, it is friday, april 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." incredible there, looking at that video, like something out of a movie. good morning, i'm peggy bunker. >> if you don't think it's spring out there, we know it's spring on the set. >> don't adjust your television sets. i know it's a little bright. >> i like that color. good morning, i'm rob nelson. as that system heads north, it will turn into an april fool's day snowstorm. people in florida are not laughing at all. they are cleaning up. now waiting, many of them, for power to be restored.
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>> incredible seeing what's happening there just because of this power system -- or the weather system there. coming up also, concerns about the milk that you pour in your cereal or maybe in your morning coffee. radiation from the japan nuclear disaster has been detected in american milk supplies. is there a real risk? >> important question. later, we'll lighten things up a bit. what prince harry really thinks of his brother's upcoming royal wedding as harry takes his own leap to the north pole. not a vacation for everybody -- >> takes the pressure off harry now that wills will be married, now he doesn't have to rush. >> he can relax there in the north pole. first, the april fool's day weather is no joke for millions of americans out there today. damaging storms in florida and meanwhile some record heat in the west. now a powerful nor'easter is bringing some heavy snow to new york and new england today. snow in april, man. it started down south. john hendren reports on the clean-up now in the sunshine state. >> reporter: the twister ripped open this convenience store like
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a bag of chips. >> all of a sudden we heard someone holler "tornado" and i looked to the front window and all the insulation picked up and blew off. >> reporter: the tornado sent to tampa affiliate wfts mixed with stormy winds, sweeping across central and southern florida. >> we have this building down here that got tore down. it was crazy. >> reporter: in tampa the storm blew over this tractor-trailer, crushing two cars. amazingly, no one was hurt. in southern florida fallen tree limbs blocked roads and crunched cars like soda cans. >> i mean, they just kept falling. >> reporter: heavy rains left drivers rolling through knee-high water. >> the rain was blowing sideways. streets were flooded. it was just uh -- i would say pretty intense. >> reporter: the wind swept south to dade county, leaving a wake of felled tree limbs and damaged cars. >> thank heavens nobody was in the car and nobody got hurt. that's the main thing. >> reporter: at the lakeland airport, high winds flipped vintage biplanes in town for an
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air show on top of each other. and blew down a tent injuring several of the 70 people inside sending some to the hospital. the spring weather isn't just wild in florida. westerners are baking in swelters 90-degree temps. john hendren, abc news. taking a look at your friday forecast, that nor'easter also brings gusty winds and heavy rain from philadelphia to new york. showers mixed with snow from madison and chicago down to indianapolis and louisville. snow in the northern rockies, drenching rain and flooding in the pacific northwest. >> meanwhile, 52 in seattle. 70 in salt lake city. phoenix nears 100. sacramento, 80. mostly 40s from fargo to detroit. 47 here in new york. 59 in atlanta. a nice sounding 87 in miami. and overseas now for the very latest from libya, another high-level aide to moammar gadhafi has defected. the former foreign minister and chairman of the u.n. assembly says he will no longer represent libya. but on the ground, pro-gadhafi forces still appear to be
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winning against rebel troops. there was fierce fighting around the town of brega where antigovernment forces were forced to retreat. meanwhile, hundreds of demonstrators rallied in gadhafi's private tripoli compound. waving green flags and chanting anti-western slogans. a defiant gadhafi called on president obama and leaders of other countries attacking his nation to resign, saying they are affected by power madness. in other news, japan is calling in more foreign help for its nuclear crisis and it will be on a truly massive scale. two gigantic pumps will tower over fukushima nuclear plant shooting water on those reactors. those pumps climb to nearly 230 feet, each one weighing almost 200,000 pounds. they're expected to be flown in japan in the next ten days. meanwhile, united and continental are the latest major airlines to cut service to japan. the cuts are being made because simply fewer passengers want to go there these days for understandable reasons. both airlines are dropping 10% of the flights to japan this
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month and that will climb to nearly 15% in may. american and delta airlines also recently cut service to japan. passengers may not be traveling to and from japan but radiation is. the epa has stepped up monitoring of food and water across the country. this after low levels of radioactive iodine were found in milk from washington state. abby boudreau reports. >> reporter: this is the national air and radiation environmental laboratory in montgomery, alabama. this lab is the front line of defense where the government's been working around the clock to track radiation levels in milk produced all over the united states. that fresh milk could end up on your table within a few days. the levels of radioactive iodine detected in milk in washington and california so far are miniscule. the government says, 5,000 times lower than what the fda considers a public health concern. iodine breaks down quickly. even if a quart of milk in your
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refrigerator contained trace amounts, it would deplete by half in just eight days. as the nuclear crisis in japan continues, the epa has also increased radiation monitoring in drinking water, rain and snow. but it's the milk that has people in california concerned despite assurances of its safety. >> radiation in the united states does concern me. and i would consider cutting back on my milk consumption or not drinking it at all. >> reporter: so, how does radiation all the way from japan get into milk in the u.s.? it all starts from radioactive dust particles blown over from japan. they land on grass in the u.s. cows eat that grass. and small traces of radiation then end up in the milk. >> from the time the cow produces the milk and the farmer collects the milk till it gets to your table is not very long. it's a matter of a few days. >> reporter: inside this california lab, we bring our own jug of milk to be tested.
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it takes up to 48 hours to get the results. they're used to weeding out salmonella, pesticides, hormones and e. coli. >> i would be more concerned about milk which is not handled properly and gets spoiled. >> reporter: more concerned about spoiled milk than the radiation level? >> yes. >> reporter: wow. the doctor says unless radiation levels get higher, people should not be too alarmed. the government has stepped up its testing from quarterly to weekly and says it has no plans to slow down. abby boudreau, abc news, san bernardino, california. >> the fda has also issued an alert for food imported from japan, including one of the most popular items, fish. this los angeles fish wholesaler says his fish comes only from the southern part of japan, which is not affected by the troubled nuclear plant. he says fish is tested first in japan, where it's tested, and then again when it arrives here. he also says he trusts the fish is safe.
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seven new york state workers have stepped into the spotlight to claim their ginormous lottery jackpot. lucky seven. >> can you believe it? as these winners celebrated their $319 million prize, their coworkers decided who not to -- the coworker who decided not to kick in the couple bucks headed back to work. such a bummer. t.j. winick tells us all the details this morning. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, peggy and rob. it is hard to believe but a snickers bar might have been the difference between nothing and a historic jackpot. if a picture is worth a thousand words, this one is worth millions. $319 million, to be exact. >> i checked the ticket and i rechecked it and i rechecked it and rechecked it and couldn't believe it was real. >> reporter: gabrielle is one of the albany seven, maybe the luckiest group of coworkers ever. even the story of how they bought the winning ticket at this newsstand involved plenty of luck. or is it fate?
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>> i reach over and i'm pulling myself out of the line to get the candy bar. this guy jumps in front of me. i'm like, maybe i should say something, that was pretty rude. but i didn't. >> reporter: just like your work group, perhaps, these i.t. workers for the state of new york regularly go in together on big jackpots. >> we have a list every time we have a drawing. if you get in, we mark you in. if you don't get in, we put a line through your name and you're out. >> reporter: this time as many as five coworkers passed. are you upset you didn't buy in? >> i'm not upset and i feel great for the seven who won. i'm very happy for them. >> reporter: because the lucky seven are taking the one-time payment, after taxes they're each collecting checks for $19.1 million. while it may not be $319 million -- >> are you married? >> not yet. >> reporter: -- it is certainly enough to lure a husband. oh, about those jobs. the seven haven't quite decided whether they'll keep them or not. right now their plans include a new dishwasher and college education for the kids. rob and peggy? >> i would say so.
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you've got to feel for the coworkers who decided not to pitch in this one time when they normally do. >> oh man. they have a rough, long weekend ahead of them. they range in age from 29 to 63. imagine being able to retire, perhaps, at 29 years old. >> we like it. >> nice. congrats, guys. enjoy it. send me some. >> would you, please? we'll be back. ♪ if i had a million dollars ♪ ♪ i would buy you a house ♪ ♪ i would buy you a house ♪ refighters are local volunteers... these are our neighbors putting their lives on the line. and when they rely on a battery, there are firefighters everywhere who trust duracell. and now you can join with duracell to help. just buy specially-marked packs & duracell will make a battery donation to local volunteers. these days don't we all need someone to trust...? duracell. trusted everywhere.
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welcome back, everybody. time for our weekly look back at the week gone by. of course, the battle for libya's future and japan's nuclear crisis were at the top of our news again this week. >> it was a very busy week. we also had walmart and some really big winners to talk about. here are our "quotes of the week." >> the united states and the world faced a choice. gadhafi declared he would show no mercy to his own people. it was not in our national interest to let that happen. i refused to let that happen. >> do you think libya posed an actual or imminent threat to the united states? >> no, no.
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it was not -- it was not a vital national interest to the united states but it was an interest. >> on the one hand they say it's humanitarian. on the other hand they say gadhafi must go. >> contains ten million times the usual level of radioactive substances. >> such a mistake is not something that should be forgiven or acceptable. >> this is like a boiling pot and the lid is shaking on it and it's too hot to handle. they're trying to get control of it. >> i had even gone to the district manager and asked him what i needed to do and that's when i got the, blow the cobwebs off my makeup and doll up comment. >> what's wrong with this case is that three plaintiffs are trying to represent more than 1.5 million associates. >> if they rule against us, the fight has just begun. >> i think walmart might be guilty. did you see what they did today? turns out walmart hired a bunch of female lawyers to defend them because they thought they could get them cheaper. yeah. >> are you upset you didn't buy in? >> i'm not upset and i feel great for the seven who won. i'm very happy for them. they deserve it. they're great. >> checked the ticket and i
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rechecked it and i rechecked it and rechecked it. and i just couldn't believe it was real. >> millions! >> so you deny being a secret agent? >> i will never deny and i will never confirm the fact. >> all snakes are natural born houdinis. they're escape artists. they don't like to be on display. [ babbling ] >> probably the best conversation of the week. >> it was a good conversation, those twins are very intuitive. monday night everybody watching the wrap-up of the final four. we'll see who takes the national title. >> big game. >> we'll see who wins. my team already lost. your main team already lost. >> i have bragging rights on the line here in the office pool. also, where they found that snake, let people know that. >> you can rest easy. when we return, it's the place on your tv dial where you can watch, shop, and buy. >> now home shopping network has turned into a celebrity marketplace of sorts. we'll take a look at its success. ping network has turned into a celebrity marketplace of sorts.
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we are not saying you should change channels. please don't. other popular late night viewing for insomniacs is hsn. we've all maybe done that. ordered that special toaster we dreamed of at 3:00 in the morning. >> pajama jeans. >> i have them on tonight. >> it used to be called home shopping network. vicki mabrey reports. it's undergone a real makeover. >> reporter: mary j. blige sings the praises of her new fragrance. >> if it's not something i don't love, i'm not going to push it to you. >> reporter: iman stops by to sell bags. >> it's really truly, a classic. ♪ stop, before i begin ♪ >> reporter: and rod stewart sings to sell his latest cd. >> almost 20,000 cd sets are spoken for. unheard of. live from l.a. -- >> reporter: even the very pregnant mariah carey, who's not making a lot of appearances
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right now, spent more than five hours last month selling jewelry, high-heeled sneakers and perfume. all from the comfort of her living room sofa. >> it's affordable and people can wear it. >> reporter: iman, mary j. and rod join tori spelling, martha stewart, emeril, designers badgley mischka and countless other bold-faced names on the set of a store that's open 24/7 365 days a year. coming right into your living room on hsn. although the name may have shrunk -- how many studios do you have? >> seven studios. >> reporter: -- the channel formerly known as home shopping network has grown. self-described shopaholic and hard-charging ceo mindy grossman has spent the last five years reinventing every single minute of programming. >> why couldn't an hour, 24-hour cooking events be like watching
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the food network? or why couldn't our fashion events be like watching style, or our home events like hgtv. >> it is the most expensive jersey you can wear. >> reporter: for on-air entrepreneurs the schedule is grueling. >> coming up at 2 a.m. -- curations with stefani greenfield. >> reporter: 24-hour shifts, an hour at a time, every four to six hours. stefani greenfield comes down every month. >> it's part of the game. so, you either say, you know what, i love it here, i love my ladies, and if someone's tossing and turning at 3:00 in the morning, they can get up and not feel like they're alone. >> reporter: the sets are torn down and rebuilt for each entrepreneur. when we were there, clothing and beauty products were being sold. for shows coming up in the next few days, new sets for bosch headphones and in the kitchen prepping for an emeril demonstration. >> we're not in the generics business. if you had nike and you had ralph lauren and tommy hilfiger, would they ever all be on a white screen? no, because that wouldn't articulate their brand, their lifestyle, their vision.
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>> you need to stock up on your carol's daughter products. >> reporter: it's been a revelation for lisa price, creator of carol's daughter hair and body products. who started out small, was discovered by oprah, and now comes one day a month to st. petersburg to sell on hsn. >> we launch coconut body lotion for this visit. and everybody's ecstatic about it. i think we've sold like 7,000 or 8,000 bottles -- >> reporter: your store on 125th street, how many -- >> we'd be thrilled if we sold 30 bottles in a day. >> reporter: there's no shortage of famous and wanna-be famous entrepreneurs, the biggest seller of them all is this. the lowly huggable hanger. yep, a simple hanger that keeps clothes from slipping off. they've sold more than 350 million of them. >> if you don't have them, you must. it will change your life. >> i hate wire hangers. i need to get some of those. >> they do. they keep your clothes on the hanger. we like it. coming up, all the warm feelings prince harry has for the royal wedding.
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>> call me whatever you want, bob. can i call you bob? >> reporter: a trek to the top of the earth, wounded brothers facing a challenge together. this is just such a beautiful place out here, putting so much time in for walking with the wounded. >> it proves that no matter what, you can progress with your life. >> reporter: by day, skiing the mountains, racing snowmobiles. but the wedding of his brother awaits him. prince charles, your father, i can only imagine this is very important to him. the very first son getting married. >> he is. he's over the moon, actually, and he's managed to make time to help kate out with the music and stuff like that, the processional music, which i think is fantastic. he's obsessed with his music. so it's been way getting everything right. >> reporter: your brother has said he'd like to have something in the wedding here, something -- words for your mother, who is not going to be there.
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>> she'd be very, very proud for the big day come upon. you know, we all thought it was never going to happen for him. >> reporter: i asked about the stag party harry threw for his big brother. he joked back, his lips were sealed. but as the best man, he has another duty -- the wedding speech. can you tell me some details of what you'll be saying? >> i haven't written it yet. the speech will be like any other best man's speech. we will make sure people remember the good times and the bad times he's had since he was a nipper. >> reporter: the wedding is still weeks away, so for now, this prince is here to help his brothers in arms. bob woodruff, norway. >> here's an interesting tidbit. turns out prince william is not planning on wearing a wedding band. >> really? >> what do you think about that? >> why not? is he keeping his options open or what? >> i don't know. i guess maybe it's like the whole world knows he's getting married. >> ladies at the club know. >> although prince charles wears a wedding band, but it's very subtle. he hides it under a signet ring on his pinkie. >> oh, really? apparently william's grand father, prince philip doesn't wear one either. so maybe it's just a family thing. some dudes don't do it.
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>> i think the breaking news is that prince charles wears a pinkie ring. what's up
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read storm damage leaves homes and businesses in the dark. >> the impatience with utility crews and today's tremendous clean-up job as the storm heads north. it's friday, april 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." april 1st. doesn't feel like april 1st, does it? >> no. not this weather. >> oh, man, good morning, i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm peggy bunker. the storm system moves north bringing snow today after leaving an unforgettable path of destruction at a central orlando air show. also big concerns about space shuttle damage. >> april starts with a bang. also ahead in this half hour, opposition forces in libya face serious setbacks as moammar gadhafi's military fight back. now president obama's critics are saying this is a very bad
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sign for the u.s. and also coming up, hollywood's hurting. moviemakers are struggling. we'll see why there's such a slump at the box office. if you haven't been to a movie lately, you know what we're talking about. they say a lot of people just aren't going. >> and tickets in new york aren't cheap, on top of that. >> that's true. >> so we will see. first, we want to discuss how the northeast will spend the first day of april digging out from another monster snowstorm. >> hurts to hear that. and in florida, much further south, they're cleaning up after severe weather and even twisters hit the center of the state. wftv's tim barber reports on the path of the destruction in suburban orlando. >> reporter: fallen trees gave myra williams the ultimate blackout. >> i don't know what i'm going to do. >> reporter: they tore her power lines and are even blocking her windows. >> the phone, the food, everything, i mean, i have nothing. >> reporter: down the road progress energy promised john his power would be turned back on. >> the irony is they don't have a clue how they're going to fix the problem or when they're going to fix the problem.
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>> reporter: his wife was on the phone with progress all day. just when she got through to a person, her cell phone died because she doesn't have power to charge it. >> i'm done. one night was enough. cold showers, one time. that's it. i've got to work for a living get up and have a shower and all that stuff, so we're in hotel world. >> reporter: an elderly disabled woman lives across the street. she'll have to sleep in the dark. progress was out here for three hours trying to fix the problem. they had five trucks on williams street and three more around the corner. but the power is still not on and progress is not telling williams when it will be. >> i have to go stay at a hotel. or at a friend's house or something. >> reporter: progress says it may be days until they can get these lines fixed and power back on in this neighborhood. reporting in seminole county, tim barber for abc news. the storm caused major damage at an airport in lakeland, florida, where hundreds of folks had gathered there for an air show. small planes and vintage biplanes were tossed around like toys by all those high winds.
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the storm caused millions of dollars in damage, ripped planes apart, shredded tents and thankfully only caused a handful of minor injuries. nasa technicians plan to inspect shuttle "endeavour" after lightning, hail and wind gusts of 90 miles an hour hit the kennedy space center. the external fuel tank suffered minor damage to its foam insulation. "endeavour" is expected to launch on its final flight in just over two weeks. the same system will make it a messy commute for millions in the storm-weary northeast. some areas will see rain but many others can expect more snow. in lewiston, maine, crews are getting ready for a foot or more of the white stuff. most of the equipment had already been switched over to spring mode, but now the plows and chains are back on. after weeks of chilly, rainy weather, southern california is living up to its name again. summer-like heat moved in yesterday giving residents and tourists a chance to dump sweaters and coats for shorts and tank tops. the thermometer in downtown l.a. hit a record 92 degrees but they're in for a much cooler weekend. 92 degrees for the last day of march, nice.
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>> nice. let's take a look at the rest of your friday forecast. heavy morning downpours and flooding from seattle to portland. snow showers from idaho to the dakotas. a wintry mix from the twin cities to louisville. storm in the northeast with heaviest snow falling inland and upstate new york and new england. >> 41 in boston. 50 in baltimore. 78 in new orleans. kansas city hit 60. >> whatever. >> indianapolis, 46. 69 in boise. just shy of 80 in sacramento and albuquerque. >> you're heading to new orleans today. >> i cannot wait. that's right. warm. this past winter, one of the snowiest on record for a big chunk of the country. as this new storm moves in, some cities are now watching their snow removal budgets melt away. towns like this town in pennsylvania have already spent most of their clean-up money and are now on the verge of tapping into reserves to make sure those
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snowy streets get cleared. union leaders in ohio are vowing to keep fighting a new law which limits the bargaining rights of state workers. they made their anger known at a protest in columbus as ohio's governor was signing that new law. it prevents state workers unions from negotiating wages but not health care or other benefits. opponents of the new law say they'll force it to a voter referendum come november. turning now overseas, top administration officials are now indicating that the u.s. will not provide weapons to those rebels fighting in libya. the pentagon has also ruled out sending in any ground troops. >> leading republican lawmakers say president obama should be doing more, not less. john hendren is joining us now from washington with more. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, rob and peggy. the obama administration insists the american role in libya is winding down right on schedule. but with moammar gadhafi's forces gaining ground, many republicans say it's too soon. sources tell abc news president obama has signed a secret presidential finding authorizing covert operations to help the rebels. it does not direct arms to be provided to them now, though the president could make a decision to do that in the future. that would put a new focus on those fighting gadhafi.
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>> the u.s. military will provide the capabilities that others cannot provide either in kind or in scale. >> reporter: too soon, some republicans say, with moammar gadhafi's forces gaining ground and rebels fleeing. >> at a time when the gadhafi forces have literally tragically routed the anti-gadhafi forces, that's when we announce that the united states is abdicating its leadership role and removing some of the most valuable assets that could be used to great effect. >> if you ask who are those guys, you're going to think about whether or not you really want to arm them. because our history of arming groups we don't know hasn't been a terribly good one. >> reporter: there are reports the cia already has small groups of operatives in libya and international envoys are beginning to coordinate with the rebels. >> we know an envoy from united states is coming but i cannot confirm or deny if he's here. >> reporter: as gadhafi hunkers down in tripoli, his foreign
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minister has fled to the united kingdom. rob and peggy? the newest foreign help heading to assist with japan's nuclear crisis, two gigantic pumps. they'll be shipped from the u.s. and will arrive at the fukushima nuclear plant in about ten days. the pumps will shoot water onto those crippled reactors. in related news now, two more major airlines, united and continental, are cutting service to japan. they say it's because of a drop in demand in the wake of the disaster. the airlines, part of the same company, will drop 10% of the flights to japan this month and nearly 15% come may. american and delta airlines also recently cut service to the country. some very frightening moments at a day care center in olympia, washington. a car crashed through a classroom with a teacher and eight kids inside. none of the kids were injured. falling debris did hurt one of the teachers. police are checking the car for possible mechanical problems. a minnesota contractor is giving thanks over a turkey this morning. he's grateful the huge bird that
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smashed through his windshield landed in the passenger seat instead of the driver's. a few feet closer, he said he would have been a goner. while the impact sent glass and feathers flying throughout his truck, the driver was okay but that turkey, as you might imagine, was cooked. >> oh, man. the deadly cobra that disappeared at the bronx zoo last friday is back in captivity this morning. the world can rest in peace again. according to its twitter account, the slippery reptile spent the week sightseeing in the big apple. as most snakes like to do. zoo officials tell a different story, though. t.j. winick has details. >> reporter: the six-day search over. the missing egyptian cobra found. >> the cobra that was missing has been recovered inside the reptile house. she's alive and well. >> reporter: zookeepers lured the snake out into the open by keeping the lights dim and the noise low. >> we had wood shavings that were bedding that mice and rats use so that the scent of the mice and rats would be on the shavings themselves as a lure.
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>> reporter: no zoo workers were injured. that is fortunate. this sneaky snake is just an adolescent 20 inches long. but egyptian cobras can grow up to 8 feet and produce enough venom to kill 15 grown men or a single man in 15 seconds. >> that whole family kills about 50,000 people a year in the third world. >> reporter: this isn't the first time a zoo animal tried to make a daring escape. >> all snakes are natural born houdinis. they're escape artists. >> reporter: this reptile had its own twitter account with over 200,000 followers. at some point the snake will be put back on display so that visitors as well as zookeepers can keep a very close eye on it. t.j. winick, abc news, new york. >> i feel bad for the guy. he was having a good time, you know. >> going through the big apple. the funny thing is, they say, though, the snake likely would not have survived outside the reptile house because it's been so cold in new york. they say he would have died within an hour or two if he got out in the cold weather. so, mother nature has done something right in this brutal winter.
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if you think about it, april really is the cruelest month. of course it is spring now. yes, we have the big royal wedding at the end of the month, and the final four championship coming up next week. but it's also tax filing month. every hates this. >> no surprise then that these were among top searches on yahoo! this week. yahoo! web life editor heather cabot joins us with more. good morning. >> reporter: hey, guys, happy april fool's day. now that it's april 1st people aren't joking about getting their taxes done on time.
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searches for tax filing are up 1500% this week. and more than two-thirds of those queries come from men. the top states looking for tax info are alabama, new york, and ohio. we've noticed folks are a little confused this year about when tax day falls. yahoo! searches for when is tax day are ramping up. here's the scoop. the irs moved the deadline to monday, april 18th because the district of columbia will be observing emancipation day on the 15th. with the royal wedding around the corner, curiosity about the big day continues on yahoo! including lots of questions about the cake. lots of people want to know more about fiona cairns, who will be designing the cake and prince william's favorite, chocolate biscuit cake. which will be a second dessert served at the occasion. since they announced their engagement back in november, searches for details on the happy couple and their nuptials have grown, get this, 8 million percent. to meet the demand for details, we set up a site, royalwedding.yahoo.com where
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people can get the latest news about the event and even sign a digital guest book with well wishes for kate and william. in sports news, the run-up to the final four and the unlikely teams who will be playing in houston this weekend are keeping internet users buzzing. searches for, quote, unthinkable final four are off the charts. vcu is getting the most buzz. queries up 143%. fans are especially interested in virginia's coach, shaka smart. searches for him are up nearly 200%. last, a new yahoo! mail survey shows digital etiquette may be reaching a new low. close to half of people polled say, they check their blackberries at the dinner table. on the other hand, more than 70% think it's fine to send e-mail thank you notes. at least we're minding our manners, even if it's electronically. back to you guys. >> all right, heather. the e-mail thank you note. i think it's so rude when you're talking and somebody's typing away on their blackberry and not
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even listening to what you're saying. don't you think? rob? sometimes? >> what are you saying? what? what? >> never mind. coming up, uproar involving go daddy's bob parsons. you won't believe this. a viral video from his elephant hunting expedition. are you looking that up? i'll take the rest. james franco shares unkind words about his oscar co-host coming up in "the skinny." you don't want to miss it. we'll see if we can round rob up. what are you doing over there? what's going on? n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ all right, everyone. your last skinny before you take off on vacation. >> this story's nuts. >> a crazy story. starting us off with go daddy, one of the biggest website providers you can log on, register your website. >> huge, like super bowl advertisers. the commercials are really big. >> yeah, really big. the ceo and company's founder bob parsons and a team of hunters gunned down some elephants in zimbabwe. he then sent out a tweet saying, just got back from hunting.
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problem elephant in zimbabwe. here's my vacation video, enjoy. now, we're not going to show you the video. it's really disturbing. we do have a still. if you don't want to see this sort of thing, it's a still of bob parsons with the elephant he killed. this is the picture. as you can imagine, people are in an uproar over this. one of go daddy's biggest clients, peta. >> oh, not for much longer. >> right. they have said they have closed all of their accounts with go daddy. they encourage everybody to do the same. in fact, one of their biggest competitors, go daddy competitors, namecheap.com is trying to capitalize on this event. they say they're offering a special deal to customers who transfer over from go daddy. also donating $1 to the organization save the elephants. clearly a big pr disaster there for bob parsons, ceo of godaddy.com. >> in what world did he think that would go over okay? >> somewhere, he must know that a lot of people don't like that. even though he call them problem
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elephants. but that's a different issue. big issue for go daddy. lighter note here. remember the oscars back in february and james franco and anne hathaway were the co-hosts and franco got thumbs down for half-hearted, half-baked, some would say, performance. he was on "letterman" last night and addressed the issue about his kind of lackluster performance as host. take a listen to what he says. >> people said i was under the influence. >> why would they say that? >> i -- i've thought about it. i think i know why. because -- i love her, but anne hathaway is so energetic i think the tazmanian devil would look stoned standing next to anne hathaway. >> oh, by comparison. >> remember we reported they hated each other. that was the rumor. >> he really gave a weird performance and pointed out an interesting thing. he said here's the hypocritical thing, leading up to the oscars i couldn't hear enough how people don't care about it. how the oscars are dead, it's boring. the end of the award season. who cares about it? as soon as you don't host the way they want you to, they suddenly care and won't shut up about it. pointing out what he thinks is hypocritical. how people react to the oscars.
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he said he wasn't high, just paled by comparison. >> it's anne hathaway's fault because she has so much energy. okay, whatever. and moving on -- >> that "letterman" airs tonight by the way. >> check out the show tonight with dave. >> also, charlie sheen, it's been a while, we thought we would give you another charlie sheen update. he's pairing up with snoop dogg. i love snoop dogg so i'm surprised. >> they have some things in common. >> snoop and sheen are now pairing up. they're going to put together a song for his tour. did you know, by the way, charlie sheen's tour is called my violent torpedo of truth/defeat is not an option show? >> and contrary to popular reports, it is not selling as well as people thought. a lot of empty seats. >> total pr debacle. sheen tweeted, warlock meets his music makers, that is snoop dogg. get ready to rock the sheenius within. >> oh, charlie, charlie, charlie. good luck with that one. and on a bright note this friday betty white. everyone loves betty white. she has a new show on nbc called "off the rocker" a group of elderly pranksters going around pulling pranks on younger people. another show "hot in cleveland." she's probably the only
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89-year-old on the planet with two comedies. a prankster show featuring betty white. it's coming. >> she's a saucy dame. i love her. >> you go, betty. betty white. >> she's a saucy dame.
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here are some stories to watch today on abc news. analysts predict more economic optimism from the labor department. the latest employment report could show another 200,000 jobs were added in march. they predict a slight improvement over the february report. hyundai discontinues its innovative job assurance guarantee. the cob korean automaker had offered to buy back new cars from customers if they should lose their job. the program was launched at the height of the recession. and millions of viewers are keeping an eye on an eagle's nest in rural iowa. a live web camera 80 feet off the ground is pointed at a mother eagle because one of her eggs is about to hatch. web watchers will get to see the whole thing. >> cool. >> wnnfans.com if you want to check out that website. >> that's cool video. don't mess with that baby --
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>> she needs her privacy. i feel bad for her, putting a camera on her. >> the age we live in. if you're planning on going to the movies this weekend, there's a pretty good chance you'll get your good choice of seats. >> yeah, that's for sure. here's why. movie ticket sales are in the dumps. there's a lot of finger pointing about why that's the case. diana alvear went to the movies to check it out. >> reporter: the latest drama at the movies is taking place not in the theater but at the box office. attendance is down. way down. 20% compared to 2010. if you ask industry insiders, they say, blame the movies. audiences can't seem to get excited over new offerings. such as "sucker punch" or "battle los angeles." at least, not excited enough to pay ever-rising prices. >> i go less often because of the prices now. if it was a little lower, i would go more, yes, definitely. >> reporter: the average ticket price is now nearly $8. it's more than double that at some imax theaters. >> they can add up. i wouldn't pay no $20. no, not at all. >> reporter: add rising gas
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prices to the mix, and it's simple to see why many americans may choose to stay home and watch movies online or on cable. a surprising reversal for an industry that seemed recession-resistant. consider two years ago revenues surpassed $10 billion in domestic sales for the first time ever. with sluggish sales in the first quarter of 2011, experts say they don't expect an encore performance when it comes to profits. but don't expect a bad ending just yet. there's a hero on the horizon and it's called the summer blockbuster. highly anticipated sequels such as "the fast and furious" and "pirates of the caribbean" are expecting to sail in hooking audiences as well. diana alvear, abc news, los angeles. >> well, when you consider the cost that she was pointing out, you think about a family of four or five trying to go to the movies, it's pretty pricey. >> 40 bucks for a thing of popcorn. oh, there we are. look at that. updated broadcast news. >> you have a tie on. you look good in a tie.
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