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good morning, america. breaking news overnight. u.s. missiles pummel the hideouts of top terrorists. is this the final offensive in the war on terror? "world news" anchor diane sawyer is live from the battle zone. also breaking, new evacuations ordered overnight from massive fires in the west. thousands flee, choking on the smoke. firefighters from across the country rushing in to help, as extreme heat takes hold over much of the nation. runaway ride. a bounce house goes airborne with all the kids trapped inside. 13 injured when it comes crashing down. now, a father speaks out on the terrifying moment when his two daughters take off. and a kiss with a vampire. a "twilight" smooch shakes up fans. the makeout session at the mtv awards that's got everyone talking.
good morning, everyone. hope you had a great weekend. it was nice here. >> it was. and in mississippi, too. a little hot, though. we have a lot to get to this morning. including the next milestone in the race for the white house. republican rick santorum standing by to make an announcement. that he's going to make right here on "gma." and a big breakthrough in the war on cancer. we'll tell you what you need to know about how treatment is about to get a lot more personal. but, we begin with diane sawyer in afghanistan this morning. as you have been traveling with secretary gates and general petraeus, president obama's drone war in that region has intensified over the last 24 hours. seems they're determined to take out as many al qaeda leaders as possible before next month's draw-down begins. that debate about how many
troops should be pulled out and how quickly is intensifying as well. the president talking about substantial drawdowns. >> that's right, george. good morning to you from afghanistan. and there's no question that these two lions in winter, secretary gates and general petraeus, know that this is a decisive moment in the conflict. they are pouring it on. at the same time they're warning that to pull out too many troops too soon would have real consequences and they want to point out the risks. and when we sat down with the two of them, secretary gates, has been using the words modest draw-downs. we ask about that. >> at this point, given these conditions, i noticed that you said, mr. secretary, modest draw-down. the president has said substantial. modest? significant? the same thing? >> i think the question has to do with the time frame. >> congress keeps saying, in essence, we have had $10 billion a month is unsustainable as we look ahead.
this is too much money. >> well, first of all, as i say, the money is coming down. i think you also have to ask the question, what is the cost of failure? we have invested a huge amount of money here. we've invested 1,254 lives up to this point. so what is the cost of getting it wrong? congress is almost always impatient. i remember in the spring of 2007, people saying this war is lost in iraq. >> you said they have short-term thinking. >> yeah, absolutely. i can say that since i'm leaving in a few weeks. >> secretary gates chuckling there, talking about his last two weeks, but he's gotten quite emotional on his final tour. >> he really has. you'll see it tonight on "world news," as he talked about what changed inside him that made him know he had to leave. i have never heard a public official say anything like this before. by the way, we also talked to
the troops out in the field. you should know, it's sweltering here, not to mention the dust storms. i was so moved when one of the troops said the thing he misses most about home is the smell of fresh-mown grass. that's coming up tonight. >> that summer smell. thanks very much. looking forward to your report tonight on "world news." a special edition of "world news," "mission afghanistan, are we winning?" from kabul tonight. a huge wildfire that's burning up arizona. thousands of acres in the last 24 hours. it's getting bigger. our clayton sandell is there with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. overnight, this fire grew to over 192,000 acres. it could get much bigger today. that's because, despite the efforts of firefighters, this is still a fire very much out of control. it is a fast-moving fiery monster. fed by hot winds and dry fuels, flames are chewing up hundreds of miles of mountain terrain.
>> it was horrific. and the likes of which i have never experienced from the air before. >> reporter: smoke could even be seen from space, sending a choking brown haze across several states. >> i have been using my inhaler all night. i've been waking up in the middle of the night just trying to breathe. >> reporter: since it began, the fire has raced across 300 square miles. that's nearly 13 times the size of manhattan. entire towns are evacuated. jesse and holly walker packed everything they could into a trailer before abandoning their home. >> this is our home. we live for our home. i built that, me, my wife, and my family built that house. with our hands. you know. it's hard to leave it. >> reporter: they have no idea if their house survived.
>> it's a loving community. we look out for each other. i hope everybody got their place when we get back up there. >> reporter: firefighters are up against two major enemies today. first, more of those hot, gusty winds are expected as well as lightning storms which could trigger new fires in unpredictable places. nervous days ahead for the firefighters and the home owners. robin. >> we echo the thoughts of the gentleman. we hope everybody has a home to go back to. sam champion is back with us. i was down south this weekend, sam, wow. >> it's that brutal, early season heat, very unusual for this time of the year. some cities had their warmest temperatures ever in june from dallas to pensacola yesterday. a lot of that heat. out toward the west, the big wind. flagstaff, 99, tucson, 100. albuquerque at 93.
here's the big story. the fire will continue because it's at zero containment. it will continue to grow. but we're watching that heat spread east. new york city, 94 by wednesday. atlanta stays in the 90s. heat is the word this week. george? robin? now to politics. so much talk about whether sarah palin will jump into the race. she's not saying yet. instead, fresh off last week's bus tour which drowned out coverage of the rest of the field, palin is heading to movie theaters with a new starring role. jon karl looked at the film. and joins us now from washington. >> reporter: this morning, we get our first look at that new sarah palin movie. the filmmakers make no secret of their goal. it's to shake up the republican presidential primaries. in a clip of the movie released late last night, sarah palin is portrayed as someone who had almost superhuman power as the governor of alaska. >> she was the ceo of 25,000 employees. >> of all the 50 governors, she
was one of the most powerful. she wasn't afraid to use those powers. >> reporter: many alaskans remember it differently. she left office more than a year before her one and only term was over. the movie's producer say it will be the released first in iowa, new hampshire, south carolina and nevada, the very place where the candidates that are actually running for president are campaigning. palin is at her new vacation home in arizona. a little break from her freewheeling bus tour. >> it's nice to take a break here and then kind of regroup and get back out on the trail. >> reporter: the first leg of the tour ended on an odd note. when palin was asked to say something about the great american patriot, paul revere. >> he knew, warned the british they weren't going to be taking away our arms by ringing those bells. >> reporter: as school kids learned, paul revere warned the colonists that the british were coming. as remembered, not from bells but lanterns.
oneth by land, twoth by sea. >> you know what, i didn't mess up. part of his ride, he was a courier. he was a messenger. part of his ride were to warn the british that were already there, hey, you're not going to succeed. >> reporter: this week, we hope to get more information about her term in alaska. the state of alaska is going to release 24,000 pages of e-mails sent by and to palin later this week. george? >> thanks, jon. joining us now is one candidate no longer coy about his intentions, former pennsylvania senator rick santorum. here for his big announcement. good morning, senator. you are in? >> good morning, george. you see behind me, we got the state set up. we're ready to announce that we're going to be in this race and are in it to win. very excited about what the future holds. we have a great, great team. and the early primary states, a lot of momentum. i'm very, very excited about this opportunity.
>> you say you're in it to win. you have won early straw polls. one over the weekend in new hampshire, another one in south carolina. but the latest gallup poll has you at the back of the pack. you got trounced in the last senate race. it leads me to a question that came in from one of our viewers. please ask senator santorum, why, after being rejected by the people of pennsylvania, 59-41 in his last senate race, he thinks americans would want him as their president? do you have a credible path to the nomination? >> i think i do. people are looking for someone that has stood by their principles in good times and bad. 2006 was a bad time for republican and particularly for a conservative in states like pennsylvania. i stood up, and i didn't back away. i didn't back away from reforming the social security system. president bush went out after the 2004 election and said, we have to do something about social security is unsustainable. in an election year, i went to the senate floor and started
arguing for reforming social security. not even paul ryan, and his budget now in the face of trillions of dollars of debt would do that. i did things that were very unpopular. if you look back on what i did and when i did it, people can say, you know what, he may have lost. he didn't flinch. he stood by what he believed in. and he continued to fight through to the end. >> it is admirable to stand by what you believe in, but could it result in the same thing this time around? you mentioned congressman ryan's budget plan, it appears that you want to go even farther than congressman ryan. you say you've criticized him for not applying his changes in medicare which democrats say would end medicare as we know it. you would say to people 55 and older, yes, your medicare will be changed as well? >> well, remember, george, almost 25% of seniors right now have what the ryan plan is. it's called medicare advantage.
and zin fact that number was growing up until barack obama slashed the program. >> that's an option. >> but the point is, seniors were able to take money and go out and purchase insurance. the seniors most likely to do it were lower income, less educated seniors. why? because they found it was a better deal. i believe that seniors, by the way, and the drug program, medicare part "d" is exactly the ryan plan. in other words seniors get resources from the federal government and make choices. no senior believes they are being thrown off the cliff because they have medicare part "d." it's working wonderfully. seniors love it. we forced it down their throat, quote, according to democrats. no, we didn't. we gave them the choices. seniors can in fact do this. it does save money. it's going to be a good thing for them and a great thing for our country. >> you have argued our enemies don't fear president obama. where is the evidence of that? the al qaeda leadership is being decimated. osama bin laden is dead. no significant attack against the united states has been
successful. where is that evidence? >> the evidence is, if you look at the countries that we have been appeasing, the iranians, they are moving full scale forward with their nuclear program. they know the president will not do anything to stop him. he's been a paper tiger. they're a threat to the state of israel. israelis know it and the americans know it. this president has not stepped forward to stop that threat. that's one, but there are many. look at what he's doing in syria. slapping the back of assad. instead of going after him, at least as tough as he went after mubarak, our friend. >> we're out of time. did sarah palin get it right on paul revere or not? >> that, to be honest with you, i have been hunkered down. i have no idea. i haven't been paying attention to this one, george. i'll pass. >> good luck, senator, congratulations on your announcement. >> thank you. turning now to a breakthrough on cancer research.
new studies coming out showing doctors pinpoint exactly how to treat cancer treatments. a patient may be headed for much more personalized treatment. our richard besser is here. the studies are important. let's start with the breakthrough for melanoma. >> this is really exciting. this approach. we're talking about vemurafenib. a big word, but it's focusing on metastatic melanoma. the exciting thing is personalized medicine. you don't treat all cancers the same. they identified some people have a particular genetic cell mutation, that's seen in 30% to 60% of people. this drug goes after that particular mutation. >> affects about 30% to 60% of those. >> yeah, that's a lot of people with melanoma. let me show you to a patient who's treated with this. this is a p.e.t. scan. it's showing you that their body is riddled with melanoma. throughout their body. two weeks after getting the
drug, there is very little of that tumor left. pretty much just vaporizes which is incredible. if you look at everyone treated with the drug -- >> oh, my. >> -- 84% survival at six months compared to 64% of people who didn't get this drug. very exciting. you want to follow these patients longer. average length of life for someone with melanoma is only about a year or year and a half. >> you're cautious. this is extremely promising. >> the approach is so hopeful. >> a breakthrough treating breast cancer. >> this is very exciting. we're talking about preventing breast cancer. imagine not having to go through treatment but preventing it. we're looking at women over 60, postmenopausal. increased risk of breast cancer. the question, can you prevent it in them? here here's what they found. giving them a drug called aromasin cut the risk of breast cancer in half. from 1.6% to .06% over three years. it had far fewer side effects than tamoxifen. >> that can be so nasty. >> that has been around for so long and women don't want to take it because of the serious
side effects. >> this is preventing breast cancer. what if you have already had that? >> it's not for that group. there are other therapies. talk to your doctor about this drug. >> thanks richard. for other stories, let's get to josh elliott. good morning. >> we begin with more potentially disastrous flooding in the midwest. a levee holding back the rising missouri river has given way in southwestern iowa. this picture from the air, actually showed two breaches, as a result the town of hamburg could be underwater within hours. 600 residents are trying to get out in time as the river is expected to keep rising through the week. overseas, five american troops have been killed in iraq today. it's the deadliest day in two years. new attacks are now raising concern about whether iraqi forces are ready to provide security once u.s. troops withdraw at the end of the year. new frustrations surrounding
the new e. coli. bean sprouts are not the source of the bacteria that killed 22 people and sickened thousands. the latest indication there is no hiding from computer hackers these days. an organization that helps the fbi identify cyber threats has been hacked. passwords belonging to people in the military and at major communications companies were among those things stolen. and finally, they needed all 48 minutes to make me look a little smarter. game three of the nba finals last night. heat-mavs, tied, 45 seconds left. lebron james inside to chris bosh. dallas native, i might add. dirk nowitzki's shot, at the buzzer, off the mark. the heat hang on. in dallas. let's update the trusty "gma" scoreboard here. you'll notice we're missing one anchor.
george is a historic collapse away from looking real good. up 3-0. robin, you and i are both in it. however, if right now, you want to buy in -- >> oh, no. >> -- the entire crew and control room doughnuts right now, we'll call it even. >> i got you right where i want you. >> you do? you're feeling good? >> standing by your principles. >> i can't be in a bad mood. because sam champion is back this morning. good morning. josh, george, or robin, you can buy the box. apparently, this is a game show now. good morning, everybody. let's talk about storms. we have the big thunderstorms in the south after the big heat. northern storms are popping up today. we have had a lot of deaths lately from folks running under trees to get cover and then the trees coming down. the trees, not the place to go. go inside. get inside a strong building when the storms start popping. billings, bismarck. involved in this. large hail, damaging winds, the big story this week, the heat.
>> let's take a moment for san francisco, robin. they're getting a cold, wet system today. if they continue to get this rain, it will be the wettest june ever in san francisco. cool and wet. >> it is wet somewhere. coming up, what really happened to little caylee, the chilling evidence from a single strand of hair to the canister that smell like death revealed at the murder trial of casey anthony. and dangerous ride, a bounce house goes airborne. a father reveals the terrifying moments. when his daughters were trapped inside. the kardashian countdown is on. kourtney and khloe here live this morning.
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bee happy. bee healthy. boy, talk about something a parent would never expect. that's the bounce house that took off on the sidelines of a soccer tournament in long island. people trying to grab it. it slid right how of their hands. kids were inside when that was happening. we'll talk this morning to one father who watched in horror as his two young daughters were trapped. that's just ahead. >> we're hearing about that more and more. the father will be joining us. let's switch gears and get to the latest in the casey anthony murder trial. testimony in the third week. crime sken evidence taking center stage. our ashleigh banfield has the latest from orlando. >> reporter: for two weeks, a river of lives through a florida courtroom. >> she's okay. i know in my heart, she's not
far. i can feel it. >> reporter: we now know that is not true. casey's daughter was dead. her callous indifference to her family's suffering on the video tape. now, the jury must switch gears. >> i'm a trace evidence examiner at the fbi laboratory. >> reporter: with expert witnesses. >> the top portion of the poster shows hairs in two of the three growth stages. >> reporter: a single strand of what appears to be caylee anthony's hair from her mother's trunk show postmortem banding. >> a dark band at the root portion of the hair. similar to one of the photos in the poster. this is linked to decomposition. >> reporter: the testimony puts caylee's body in the trunk of
the car. that is if the science is good. >> that one hair you can't say came from a dead person? >> i can't say that's the reason that the characteristics were present, correct. >> reporter: and the smell evidence. inside the canisters. >> this is my label that i put on the tin can. >> reporter: prosecutors want them opened up so the jury can smell the contents. the judge is not sure. >> this is the first time you have taken air samples? >> yes it was. >> you have no training in the collection and preservation of air samples. >> this is the first time i have heard it being done that's correct. >> reporter: while we wait for the judge to rule on the forensic samples, we have the laptop searches. chloroform, neck-breaking, and
death were certained. it can be hard to know who was doing the typing robin. >> that could be hard to prove. thank you. joining us for more nancy grace and dan abrams. let's pick up what ashleigh was saying, the smell evidence cans. will they get to smell it? >> i think it would be a mistake. anytime you have the jurors play detective, you're getting into dangerous territory. one ruling from the judge that an appeals court says it was too much. we're going to throw the conviction out. >> the judge has allowed it into evidence. what is to prevent him from saying, open up the can, and smell away? >> you're right. once something is into evidence the jury has the right to test it, look at it feel it to
smell it to listen to it. that's why they have a right to look at fingerprint samples to hold bloody clothes belonging to a victim that are long-since dried and crusty. it's their duty to look and examine the evidence. how many times have i sent a cart load of evidence to the jury room? the more the defense attacks the air test the more likely the judge will let the jury smell for themselves. i don't know if you have ever smelled a dead body. where you're a novice or have smelled them a million time before, once you smell it you know you have smelled a dead body. nobody has to tell you. >> all of the smell evidence and hair evidence would have been
some what ir relevant if the defense was, there's an accident, she admits she took the body and buried it. been in some sort of "lost it" state, then all of this wouldn't have mattered so much. now it's so important because it goes to the credibility of the defense. that she didn't traps fort body at all. it was the father that transported the evidence. >> you have heard casey's attorneys. they say this is what -- junk science. how do you respond to that, nancy? >> well, of course they're going to say that. decades ago they said that about fingerprints. i was trying cases at time that said the same thing about dna. air samples have been taken for years. air samples, a very well-published form of science. i have trained, myself, at the
oak ridge laboratory. the group is renowned. they'll do is dead body evidence. attacking the state for not bringing in the actual hairs? listen, one time i brought in the actual pictures of dna. they looked like film that had not turned out well. and you don't want to bing that in. that was not a mistake not the bring if the actual hair. >> how about the computer that we heard, the semplsarches she made or someone made on the computer? >> i think this could be the most significant. if there was an accident all sorts of information can be offered. if you can prove she was looking for chloroform breaking necks, other missing children sites, et cetera, in the months before caylee went missing, that is de
stating. it goes to premeditation. >> we're at the halfway pointings justpoint, just about. what do you expect to hear more of this week? >> you're going hear what i consider to be one of the most crucial portions of the trial. a lot of behavioral evidence, tot mom dressed up in a miniskirt and a pushup bra. you're going to hear about the deterioration and the way that caylee was found, with her bones, over 200 bones, spread all over a makeshift pet cemetery. and most important, you'll hear about items from her nursery there on scene. >> thank you, nancy. it's gone from emotion to hard science. >> and the prosecutors will continue with science. very important evidence to the person that found the body.
>> dan and nancy, thank you, as always. let's go to sam. >> the big snow out west. as we show you video, remember we're talking about these ski resorts being open until july now. folks in shorts and over outfits trying to ski. 609 inches of snow near mt. ranier. that is the cold end. look where the heat goes. dallas 99, san antonio,
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it was traumatic. >> i couldn't get up. i fell so hard. >> reporter: anthony dixon says his company has never had this kind of problem because of the precautions they take. >> if winds exceed 15 miles an hour, we will shut down the unit. >> reporter: it's not clear what was being used to hold this bounce house down in arizona last month when a dust devil lifted it off the ground and blue it into a utility pole. this was the third one in arizona this year alone. regulation is difficult. each state has its own rules. in many cases, individuals will rent bounce houses as a side business. some are not insured. >> you see the parents trying to jump up and grab the kid. >> reporter: a business without experience can rent out inflatables that are just as fly by night as the company itself 37 for "good morning america,"
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♪ girls run the world girls run the world ♪ we have a very raucous monday morning crowd here with us today. we're keeping up with the kardashians. kourtney and khloe are with us. sxwr >> i'm telling you, they're bringing it this morning. looking forward to talking to them. also ahead, it's not new. it's getting a lot more attention. women going on online to purchase breast milk from other women. what is behind this?
would you do that? what you need to know before you buy for your baby. >> mod erp day wet nurses. such an inspiration. what this boy said after riding his bike for the first time that has so many people talking. we're going to meet this little wonder live. >> he's inside. >> very focused. >> it's summer. rachael ray is here with summer cookout recipes. everybody wants some. [ cheers ] >> once again, stirring up trouble. you will forever be the new guy. you know what is not so new for a lot of people. that is texting. teenagers are accused of racy texts. adults are catching on. like adults are not as savvy in knowing that when you put something out there, it's out there. andrea canning has more.
>> adults are catching on. some are now sectioning to put spice if an otherwise boring marriage. regular people and celebrities are finding out the hard way, it's hard to shake a photo once it's in cyber space. >> someone sending a picture of a wiener on weiner's account. >> reporter: he admitted the photo could have been him, but might have been manipulated. >> is it possible this started out as a private photo that ended up in public in way you didn't intend? >> it -- it -- it could be. >> reporter: the most recent seconding scandal involved blake lively. the she says the pics are 100% fake. brett favre denied sending a
photo to jenn sterger. this woman admitted to sending texts of herself to her 15-year-old student. >> to adults, they sext buzz they want more power. >> whoo! sexts can take on a life or their own. >> reporter: more adults are getting in trouble. this married congressman resigns after he put this photo to a woman on craigslist. >> now people have the technology to back up their behavior. >> reporter: the fbi has gotten involved in some cases. a ring of hackers leaking nude photos of vanessa hudgens, scarlett johansson, and miley cyrus to the world.
including congressman weiner he's hired investigators and a security firm. >> i got some gifts down here. i'm part of the hill family reunion. some people from nebraska. you left too soon josh. back to you with the news. we begin this morning with the u.s. military now ramped up missile attacks on terrorist hideouts along the pakistan-afghanistan border. four anax the last 24 hours alone. just days after a reported killing of a top al qaeda commander. it comes as some of the advisers push for a faster withdrawal of u.s. troops. diane sawyer is there interviewing military leaders. you can watch a special edition of "world news" tonight from kabul. meantime in iraq today, five american troops were killed today. the deadliest day there in two
years. back in this country, heavy winds are spreading one of the largest wildfires in arizona's history. smoke so thick people have to wear masks to breathe. 220 people have-- 2200 people have fled their homes. the republican field in the white house just got bigger. former senator rick santorum announced here on "gma" this morning that he is running. he's known for his opposition to gay marriage and abortion. the family of a missing student are asking for more help. our david wright is following her case. >> reporter: the last time anyone saw 26-year-old mick shell lee alive was when she took break from her job at this bay area hospital and never came back. that was may 27th ten days ago.
her family is distraught. they're asking the fbi to take over the case. >> if the fbi helped getter back would be good. but the best thing is to have her walk through that door. i just want her back. >> reporter: that night, le told coworkers she was going to get something out of her car. police later found her suv locked, blocks away from the hospital. >> every hour is time lost. and we know that. we're very wary of that. we're focusing on the time that we have in getting her back. >> reporter: her family is offering a $45,000 reward for information and hoping against hope for her safe return. for "good morning america," david wright abc news los angeles. >> thank you david. and finally, twi-hards got
their fill at the mtv movie awards. "twilight" dominated. best male and female performances and best kiss. pattinson threw fans for a loop. he crossed over to team jacob and blanted a big one on his costar taylor lautner. a couple of them. and i can, well assure all of you at home and certainly you, george, life shall not imitate art. you are safe my friend. >> i can outrun you, don't worry. good morning guys. we're out with the crowd this morning. we are filling up times square. ladies from dallas, we go to dallas. it's like you're here, but you can be there this morning. >> that's right. yes. >> part of the heat wave. we'll get to 90 degrees in chicago.
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hershey's chocolate syrup. stir up a smile. and we turn now to an old tradition with a modern day twist. moms selling their breast milk for big bucks online. juju chang has been looking into this. she joins us. >> we talked about how this has been going on for centuries. it's the modern day wet nurse. for decades, it's been screened and sold through companies for $5 an ounce. they're selling through mother's natural liquid gold. what is in these bottles could pump up your income. >> onlythebreast.com is a craigslist for breast milk. >> reporter: she's in the unpaid
position of her maternity leave, four months after he daughter was born. she started producing an abundance of milk. >> i googled milk for sale. i came across onlythebreast.com. i found family in ohio that needed breast milk. >> reporter: did it seem weird. to sender and then in the mail? >> it seemed weird to me. i knew i was helping a family in need. their child wasn't responding well to formula. if i was able to help this child, then i might as well help them out. >> reporter: a win-win for buyer and seller. she shipped 300 ounces backed in ice, which added several hundred dollars to her bank account. allie's milk has earned her a nickname, the dairy cow. >> my son is 9 1/2 months old.
we probably have about 16,000 ounces. >> reporter: she also found the industry online. the demand is fueled by a slew of medical studies. breast milk can boost a baby's iq. >> we're a one-income family. my husband is the only one who works. it's helped us buy things we couldn't afford otherwise. >> reporter: desiree's milk money gave her the wedding of her dreams. >> in the first month i made close to $1200. it was quite a bit. >> reporter: the exchange is not without risk. what little screening there is is based on the honor system. >> you don't know the medical background of the donor. you don't know if the mother pumping the breasts has been on drugs. the skin of the mother could be
contaminated with diseases. >> reporter: because it's a food and not a drug the fda doesn't regulate breast milk. the fda recommends buying the milk from approved markets. breast milk can transmit the her herpes virus and also hiv. >> i can understand wanting to be cautious. i would never do anything to harm anybody else's baby. i feed my baby the same milk i am selling. >> reporter: for camilla, she's not so sure she would be that trusing. >> not from a perfect stranger. maybe a family friend or someone in my family. i might be more willing to accept it. but doing it over the internet with a perfect stranger seems a
little bit trainingstrange to me. >> reporter: and yet you're the perfect stranger. >> i have the good intentions. i'm doing it the proper way. >> reporter: a 6-month-old baby needs 30 ounces a day. desiree says she's on track for making $20,000 this year. >> boy, the mothers who buy this are taking so much on faith. you don't know if the donner erdonor is smoking, drinking. >> even though hiv infection is rare, it can happen. nicotine, alcohol is transmitted by breast milk. you're getting a lot of boost but you're taking risk. >> time for you to weigh in. vote now on the "gma" app. or do it at our web scythe.
i'm sure khloe and kourtney can't wait to weigh in. well, you're a mama. >> i was just thinking i probably would buy it if i needed to and -- i don't know. >> see, that's what people like about you. you always weigh in the whole family. >> even when you're not asked. >> i'm very pro breast millionk. >> there you go. why we love them. two of the sisters, you just saw, kourtney and khloe are here. here's some back story. >> i don't need to get married! i'm fine! you all make me feel like i'm the ones that have to get married and have a baby. i'm fine! >> reporter: you can run. you can hide. >> ladies. focus. >> stop! >> reporter: but you cannot
escape the kardashian phenomenon. >> i'll never forgive her for this and i'll never get over it. >> the three ks, kim, kourtney and khloe have transformed themself. with all the drama. humor. >> are you okay? >>. >> reporter: and zaniness. >> kim's turning 30! >> reporter: which comes from having every aspect of their lives playing out in front of our eyes. to the delight of their legion of young fans no topic is off limits. >> you should not chat about the cookies you're eating between maels. >> that makes me sound like i'm so evil. what if i can't have kids. >> reporter: the craving for all things kardashian has made
spin-offs. kris jenner bruce jenner brother, rob, and kylie and kendall jenner. from kim's ex reggie bush. khloe's husband, lamar odom. kym's new fiance the nets' kris humphries, who gave her a $2 million engagement ring. a never-ending saga to keep us tuning in for more. and the sixth season starts june 12th. kourtney and khloe live in the studio. life is full for both of you. >> i feel like this is seriously our family couch. there's you, there's lara. it's so fun here. let's just gossip about everything. >> nothing is off bounds when it comes to you and the family. >> not at all.
selling kourtney's breast milk nothing. >> it will be for sale. >> mason is adorable. >> will we see scott pop the question? >> not any time soon. kim bought me some time. so that works out nicely. my grandmother was texting me yesterday, when is the wedding? i thought she was talking about kim's? she's like, no i'm talking about yours. i'm, like how could i do that right now? this is kim's turn. >> she's bought you a little time. we'll see a couple of weddings. >> two weddings in the upcoming season. >> but not yours? >> you'll have to see. >> she's a teaser. >> what is the zaniest thing anybody has said about you? >> about us? >> yeah. >> i would say that we slept with the pool boy. >> it's not that crazy to sleep
with the pool boy. why is that so insane? >> i know you do it all the time. >> i do. so chill. i think people want -- we genuinely love each other. my sisters are my best friends. people want to assume we're competing or hate each other. we're in such competition and comparing everything to one another. i think that is the craziest because that is the furthest from the truth. i don't think you could put on a front that long. >> they said you're if a race to have a baby. >> that's true. i have -- >> it's the morning. let's be nice. >> i have some saved in the freezer. kourtney and i were going to compete to see who could get knocked up first. it's a race to the nine-month mark baby. >> hey, kim.
is that ring for real? >> it's faceke. >> it's an ice-skating rink. >> it's fake. she got it from nordstrom's. >> it's that massive. >> were you surprised? >> completely. we were. >> it's kind of hard you said to keep up with her and she has been seeing -- dating a lot of people. >> it was definitely single time. when kim and i were here in new york shooting the new york show. at night, she would sneak off to dinners with kris and his friends and some of our friends. no one would tell me. i was home with mason and scott. she would be like, oh i didn't get home until 3:00 in the morning. i was like, i saw you go to bed. she's like i didn't go to bed. i was out with kris.
>> you know him now. >> now i'm like okay. we'll see him in the upcoming season of "keeping up with the kardashians." >> yes. >> we have a clip. it all comes back to the relationship, daughter and mom, and your beloved mom, kris. here's a bit. >> that wasn't funny. with your stupid secretaries. i don't care who is sleeping. you're unprofessional. rude, you made me look bad, you made you lock bad. those people waited for you for one hour. >> all you care about is money. >> i care about your future and building something for you guys so when you're my age, you don't have to work this hard. when was the last time you think i have had a day off. >> that is your choice. >> you don't make family time. we used to have family dinner. how much money -- >> life is about memories and experiences. >> mom, mom.
trying to jump in on that. >> trying to get a word in. >> she's a loving mother no doubt about it. she's hard ofn you. i know we saw in the setup piece about your weight. >> i think people forget she's my mom. but she's also my manager. sometimes when we speak, it's -- i don't know if it's coming from the manager side or the mom side. i'm immediately defensive. if a manager spoke to me that wasn't my mom, i would probably fire them. there's a way to say it. but i think we're so comfortable, i am harsher with her back than i typically should be. >> good way of putting it. >> it's hard. she comes from a good place. >> there is obviously love. and we'll be seeing the next season starting june.
they have two juveniles in custody and questioning them about shooting death of a three-month-old baby. the boy was in the parents' car when they were shot when they left a baby shower. the infant was killed and parents were seriously wounded. they have released sketches of the suspects. big problems in the peninsula. >> major injury accident blocked a lot of lanes on northbound 280 approaching crystal springs. at one point one lane was open. traffic is very slow from millbrae to san bruno. but check out the drive time you are going to save yourself ten minutes to take 101 instead
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thursday and friday. >> kristen: news continues right now with "good morni thumbs up everybody, for rock and roll. >> all right. >> oh those are words to live by. that's a little boy who learned how to ride a bike. he inspires so many. you know little owen and his family are here. >> 1.4 million hits on youtube. a slap of the hand for josh. i'm on tv. we'll see owen in a bit. >> good morning, everybody. >> good morning, owen. >> good morning. good morning, hi. >> he's ready to inspire everyone again. also here this morning to say good morning, rick harrison star of "pawn stars."
he's got a book out now. the training didn't work well for me. >> if memory serves. >> i'm excited for that. and rachael ray is here. tips on how to barbecue. make a great sauce. and i'm hearing something about a crusty am burger. she'll explain. >> i'm in i'm in i'm in. >> a crusty burger? rachael ray will master the grill from the start. >> i'm going to talk to owen. how are you today? >> i'm good. we're going to show your story. it's incredible. everyone remembers their first time on a bike. not everyone does what owen did after wards. take a look. >> everybody, i know you can believe in yourself. if you believe in yourself you
will know how to ride a bike. if you don't, you have to start practicing. you'll get the hang of it i know it. if you keep practicing you will get the hang of it. then you can get better and better at it. and you'll do it. >> give me some thumbs up. >> thumbs up everybody, for rock and roll! >> thumbs up everybody. he's here with his parents, katherine and nick. where did that speech come from? >> where did the speech come from? >> oh -- it just comes from my bike and stuff. yeah. >> it came out of nowhere. had he ever done anything like that before? >> he's got a great vocabulary.
there's a lot of those moments around our houses. it was nice to capture one on film. >> getting up on the bike was a trial. >> it took about a month to get him up on the bike. he had a lot of energy about not getting on the bike sfwlp he's gt a lot of energy? you're kidding. >> the minute he learned how to ride, that energy shifted in a different direction. >> how about the thumbs up? where did it come from? >> from -- from -- thumbs up -- oh, well -- >> rock and roll. >> thumbs up comes from stretch. >> is riding a bike one of your favorite things to do. >> and the rock and roll comes from shrek also.
>> did you have any idea it could take off? >> no, i took the video, kat posted it for friends and family. it got out of hands. >> it is here. everyone in chicago is watching. it's all around the country and the world. you're making a lot of people happy. >> we're very proud of him. >> owen for president! >> thumbs up. my favorite part is when they discover themselves on tv and it's like, my hands are moving my mouth -- i'm marvelous. >> like when you're on tv. i'm -- i'm so happy. >> what did he say, you'll get the hang of it? it's what i say every day when i come here. come on. you can do it. the more you practice.
>> for me it's like tieing to get the coffee in the filter. you can do it. good morning from dallas. three generations in the area. >> we've been married 50 years and we're from windsor, ontario. >> strong to severe weather to keep an eye on. a lot of laces that may not have had the strong kick yet. you're getting it today. dallas, you've had it for awhile. now to the deep south and east. it's cool and beautiful from the mid-atlantic to the knot eas a
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square. first, a look at how i did. it is one of the most popular and unlikely hot spots in vegas. the pawnshop hat is home to the hit reality show "pawn stars." >> what can i help you with? >> reporter: rick harrison is the man the charge. >> i have a confederate knife. >> how much you want for it? >> i checked out a first edition hemingway. tried to sell rick a toward. this is something my wife brought to the marriage. it looks pretty cool. >> that's a heck of a thing to bring to the marriage. >> reporter: he taught he the tricks of the trade. or tried to. what do i need to know? >> never give the first price. otherwise you're negotiating against yourself. don't fall in love with anything. us a be willing to walk away. >> reporter: seems easy enough. until ken walked in. >> i have an autographed note
card from jack ruby. >> jack ruby. >> don't fall in love with anything. >> fascinated by anything having to do with john f. kennedy. >> what will you offer me for this? >> i'll let the newest member of my team to handle that. >> i'll give you $500. >> you should have asked him. >> i jumped. i panicked. >> how much do you want for it? >> $1500. >> i'll give you $800. had i read the book i would be okay. rick has written one, "license to pawn." boy, i did fail. >> you were just beginning. maybe career change is -- i don't know. is there some hope?
i know more about you now. i would have never guessed, having seen the book they you overcame a lot of obstacles. some of them created by yourself? >> i have had a different life. that's why i wrote the book. everyone asks me how do you know all these things? i wrote it down. >> where did it come from? where did the love of history, the love of all these things? >> i was so sick as a child. i had epilepsy. bad seizures. and remember it's the '70s, there was one tv in the house in the living room. if i'm in bed for a few days i started reading books. mom would go to the library, get me books. next thing you know i fell in love with history books. >> that is what makes the show work so well. it's not just buying and selling. you really know what you're talking about and about so many different kinds of things.
i couldn't believe it i brought the sword in i should add, my wife has never had to use it. you were able to figure out it was russian and worth something. >> i am just a real eclectic guy. i've read the history of batteries. i read it twice. fand you read a lot, you start associating things with it. you start looking at the knife. see the saw back on it. the design. looks russian. let me see if it is. you figure out i it out from there. >> one of your rules, not falling in love with anything that comes in. it must happen. >> it does. where all the sports rings are, they're massively overpriced because i don't want to sell them. like i have -- four olympic medals in the show case. those will never leave. >> no way. >> unless you want to pay five
times what they're worth. the super bowl rings. the history stuff. the islamic version of the ilyad and the odyssey. >> your father started the shop. >> me and my father started it. the show comes along, everything seems to change. >> it's been a little overwhelming. it has. to actually have tmz waiting outside of restaurants for me is a little much. especially, a guy like me. i never watch television i read every night. >> you don't watch your own show that much. >> i never watch my own show. it weirds me out. they asked, and especially tmz asking questions about popular
culture culture. i'm going, i have to clue. >> every time you walk to that store, mobs and mobs and mobs. >> it's funny. a few years ago, hey, we had over 100 people in the store today. now, it's like we only had 2,000 people in the store today? >> i had a terrific time. the book is called "license to pawn." i'm in tonight's episode. >> you are. >> your book is on sale now. when we come back rachael ray is live with grillingh@
oh temperatures are rising. it's time to bring out the grill. rachael ray is with us. the recipe for the perfect summer cookout. the food guru. she's sharing her exper tears on ehow.com. food channel has tips for us. >> it's big news today. we're launching a big partnership with ehow. we'll put up great content videos starting today. and we have a huge spread here of fabulous content from the ehow food channel to get everybody excited to get online and get on there. as for me i'm contributing my
world famous rachael's barbecue sauce recipe. the base is made out of up with cup of ketchup, two teaspoons of smoked sweet paprika. dark amber maple syrup. coarse black pepper. dark brown sugar. garlic. that is your base. you can add anything. today, orange bourbon. kor yander cumin, and two shots of bourbon. let that thicken up. and then you poach up some
chicken. this is friendly. smoke some chicken. i'm gliding right by that. and then you make a nice fennel slaw salad. put it up on top. it's beautiful pulled chicken sliders. it's a great summer gift. a summer birthday coming up a jar of your own home maid sauce and a gift certificate to the butcher shop. you make the base a big batch, and then a different flavor every time you mix it up. >> the rest of the gam can't wait. >> i'm going to get sam a bottle of worcestershire. >> my friend josh wrote the book on hamburgers. two of his best tips are use
kosher salt. >> why? >> it makes a nice crust on the burger. lots of kosher salt and this was a type -- this is fantastic. i do this all the time. every burger, make a dimple in the center. thicker at the edges. and for a perfectly flat top. now, a lot of people like to use a big, beefy portobella on the grill. you have to keep it moist. put marinade on it. gill side up. that will keep it moist on the grill for you. >> totally coat it. >> pour a lot of marinade on it. gill side up. it holds the moisture. a cup of love and flavor. down here this is brilliant.
>> there's something about cookie dough. i don't know why they gave me this. i have had ten. >> make an extra batch of cookie doug dough. you can make your own ice cream sandwiches. >> have everything ready. you don't have to spend the time inside. >> all summer long instant sandwiches. >> or you could eat the cookies. >> or the dough. >> i'm pretty sure between the six pack and that sauce, this is an illegal segment. >> people are going to love this. i brought the mark and the beer before 9:00 a.m. in the morning.
this is the quality you're going to get from us. this is a great tip. once you have the fun of emptying the six pack. >> let's just say we drank six beers. you can use it as a caddy. the tongs fell through. it's a great caddy. bring the salt the marinade, the sauces, the tools. >> can i bring the six pack to the sliders? >> you can. >> good for you. >> hey, everybody. i was on vacation. i'm starving. >> so good rach. >> my friends are making the videos with me. it's like visiting with everybody i know. everything from how to headache the perfect cocktail to how to deck kate rate the table. all sorts of baking and entertaining tips. exclusive recipes. >> don't know how you do it all,
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call or click today. palo alto city council is expected to permits for the medical complex expansion. it will modernize the hospital and have more than a million square feet of office and clinic space. let's check in with the forecast. >> it starts tomorrow the drying. we have an identity isolated shower tomorrow but once it stops look how warm it gets. summer is back by thursday and friday. >> traffic has recovered on the peninsula northbound 280 approaching san bruno but will you find the normal delays else where and that includes the back-up at the bay bridge toll plaza west