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good morning, america. this morning, breaking news. >> it is an honor to announce my running mate and the next vice president of the united states, paul ryan. >> mitt romney announces his running mate, wisconsin congressman, paul ryan. the young rising star in the party is seen as a bold choice, designed to shake up the race. and big questions this morning. can the wisconsin congressman give romney the boost he needs? or will his controversial budget plan drag down the ticket? we have all the angles covered this morning with abc news' political team, including george stephanopoulos. caught on tape. the terrifying bus accident as viewed from the inside. watch as it rolls over and then splits into two. we hear from the survivors. and why have there been so many bus accidents recently? and the ultimate hollywood guessing game this morning. are brad and angelina getting
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married this weekend? the rumors are swirling. they're at their favorite french chateau. his family is there. and george clooney, just an hour away. and good morning, everyone on the west coast. we are live this morning for a special edition of "good morning america." dan harris is off. and we are thrilled to have david muir join us. great to see you. >> always great to be by your side. >> a lot of news this morning, breaking news. mitt romney announced moments ago, has announced wisconsin congressman paul ryan as his running mate. let's listen. >> as we move forward in this campaign and on to lead the nation to better days, it's an honor to announce my running mate and the next vice president of the united states, paul ryan. >> to thunderous applause there in norfolk, virginia.
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you see the "uss wisconsin" behind him. but there was a moment where we all said, did -- hear what he just said? he actually introduced paul ryan as the next -- well, president of the united states. listen to this. >> join me in welcoming the next president of the united states, paul ryan. every now and then, i'm known to make a mistake. i did not make a mistake with this guy. but i can tell you this. he's going to be the next vice president of the united states. >> handling it very well. in fact, we go back four years ago. president obama did virtually the same thing introducing joe biden. he said the next president -- vice president of the united states. a hint into the adrenaline that happens when you're out there. >> to which biden retorted barack america. this is the game-changer. >> this is a bold decision. there was a lot of pressure this last week to go bold. "the wall street journal" saying pick paul ryan. we learned this morning through
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sourcing that it was more than a week ago mitt romney actually made this choice. it wasn't a knee-jerk decision. this was careful decisionmaking on the part of mitt romney. this is who he wanted, standing on that stage with him. let's get right to it this morning. our senior political correspondent, jon karl, right on the ground in norfolk, virginia. watching it unfold moments ago. you can't underscore it, though, jon. this would appear to be a game-changer. >> reporter: no question. this is a move that electrifies conservatives, republicans around the country. he is a conservative icon, a conservative hero. it is also a move that electrifies democrats because they believe paul ryan can be vilified for the changes he would make to medicare in his blueprint for america, as he calls it. we saw him speak out here he talked about how he's got a plan to get america going.
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i thought we had that sound. but here's the key thing here, david. paul ryan is the man with the plan. he has his budget blueprint to deal with america's economic crisis. romney has been criticized from the start of this campaign, to be a campaign without specifics, a campaign that does not take risks, a campaign that is timid. you can no longer say that about a campaign that has paul ryan on the ticket. >> jon, we know from the campaign, sources at the campaign, they looked at the polling of all of the potential v.p. picks. they looked at paul ryan. and they saw great potential in trying to flip wisconsin, a state that president obama carried four years ago. but can he help carry other battlegrounds that are must-wins for mitt romney? >> reporter: this is a pick that's so much bigger than wisconsin because the risks and potential rewards are much greater. this has national implications. paul ryan is popular. he wins in his district in wisconsin that tilts democrat.
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he's a conservative. but he gets democratic support. this is a pick that has national implications and will change this race fundamentally. >> all right. jon karl battling with the music behind him. a raucous crowd there. i want to bring in george stephanopoulos, host of abc's "this week." i want to get your reaction from something on the speech from paul ryan. very fired up. very excited to be named as part of this ticket. let's listen. >> i'm excited for what lies ahead. i'm thrilled to be a part of america's comeback team. and together, we will unite america and get this done. >> does this change the political conversation in an instant, george? >> i think it does, in many ways. it seems like a real shift in the romney strategy so far. the entire romney strategy, up until this point, has really been their belief that this entire election should be a referendum on the performance of president obama, the performance of the economy under president
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obama. now, they are also making it a choice about what to do with the future, which is exactly what the president's team has wanted for the last several months. i think they're looking at this race and saying, we need to shake it up. as jon karl was saying, the choice of paul ryan is more about the national dynamic than any single state. and this is going to do that. >> you pointed out during the special report that essentially both sides got what they want here. >> and both sides, absolutely. we should talk about that a little bit more. number one, mitt romney really did get the choice he wants most personally. the candidate he had the most chemistry with coming into this race. he's like another son to mitt romney. he has a lot of intellectual fi firepower. analytical skills. mitt romney's kind of guy. this is a choice that excites conservatives. economic conservatives, the tea party movement. they see paul ryan as the real intellectual force behind their movement, as well.
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as you talk about democrats see the ryan plan as a big, fat target they haven't had yet. in some extent, they were going to run against this plan no matter what. but having paul ryan on the ticket makes that easier. >> host of "this week," anchor of "good morning america," george. can't wait to see your broadcast tomorrow and you heard george say, the obama team firing back already. >> one piece of sound was the amount of patriotism that paul ryan brought to this speech. a lot of people excited. i want to play one sound byte that he has. >> following four years of failed leadership, the hopes of our country, which have inspired the world, are growing dim. they need someone to revive them. governor romney is the man for this moment. >> the white house wouldn't agree with that. let's turn to washington. david kerley is there for the latest. david, the white house has been anticipating that paul ryan would be a big player here.
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>> reporter: they've already been talking about paul ryan, throughout the election, part of the president's stump speech. as george has mentioned, and others, this does shift this to an ideological battle. that's a battle the obama team thinks they can win. the campaign manager talks about cutting taxes for the rich, changing medicare. and he says the romney/ryan ticket would put us back, repeating the same catastrophic mistakes. this is a battle they want. one democrat did tell me, this is a bold pick. and this is a guy who is dynamic who can go out and talk about the hard choices. there's two sides to this. they think they are getting the battle they want. but they know they have a tough opponent there. and i'm sure vice president biden is thinking about how he's going to debate paul ryan. >> david, thank you. well, the race for the white house comes down to a handful of key, swing states. and one of them, paul ryan's home state of wisconsin. could the ryan pick move
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wisconsin, which is traditionally democratic into the red? and could that swing the race for romney? for more, let's bring in ron brownstein. good to see you this morning. i know you heard jon karl and george stephanopoulos earlier. is this now much bigger than the state of wisconsin? do you agree with them? >> yeah. this has national implications. we need to be careful. the top of the ticket does dominate the race. that will be true here. by picking paul ryan, mitt romney has put himself, irr irrevibly attached him to the ryan budget. it's proposing big changes on medicare and medicaid, at the same time it is extending tax cuts for the affluent. and doing those two things together, as we saw in 1996, can
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go not well together. that's going to elevate the issue, which everybody has said, the obama campaign is anxious to engage. >> so much of it is based on entitlement programs now. do you think that fiscal policy, the big core of this issue going forward, the platform for the romney and ryan ticket, is that going to be enough momentum to win over more of the national vote? >> it's interesting. i think the biggest applause for ryan was on the broad ideological statement. but the sliver of voters are nonideological. they're focused on results and who will make their lives better. the other contention here is the modern republican agenda is to put medicare into a voucher program. but the vote today is dependent on older and blue-collar whites who are reluctant to change those. that will be an interesting dynamic to watch through november. >> interesting to see that
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republicans last year didn't embrace the ryan plan last year, either. we'll see how that shift, if at all. thanks for joining us this morning. we saw paul ryan hugging his wife. he's been married more than a decade. we heard mitt romney talk about paul ryan's childhood. he lost his father at 16 years old, to a heart attack. how that's shaped his own life, helping to raise the family and a single mom. this morning, we take a look at paul ryan, the man. he is a rising star in the republican party. a policy wonk, who immerses himself in budgets. >> the deficit is going off the charts. >> reporter: and fighter for the republican cause. >> republicans are unifying. >> reporter: he is also a family man. a father of three children, married to his wife for 12 years now. paul davis ryan was born in janesville, wisconsin, in 1970. in high school, his classmates voted him prom king. they also voted him biggest brown-noser.
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at age 16, he found his father dead of a heart attack. later relying on social security after his father's death to help pay for college. graduating from miami university in ohio in 1992. he filled odd jobs during college, including driving around an oscar mayer wiener mobile. and after college, briefly working for his family's construction business in wisconsin. then, he found his way to politics. first, at a conservative thinktank, then as a speechwriter for jack kemp. in 1998, at the age of 28, he ran for congress and won. since then, he has risen in the party. now, the chairman of the powerful house budget committee. he voted for the iraq war, for the t.a.r.p. bailout, for the automaker bailout, too. all while championing his own budget plan that calls for major cuts in federal spending. >> arguably, the biggest domestic challenge perhaps in the history of this country, is the crushing burden of debt. >> reporter: in 2010, when the president held a joint meeting with republicans, it was ryan himself who most clearly articulated the republican cause.
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>> you also said you want to take a scalpel to the budget and go through it line-by-line. we want to give you that scalpel. >> reporter: and under that buttoned-up appearance, congressman ryan is also known for his punishing morning workouts in washington. even leading fellow congressmen in p90x workouts. on his ipod, led zeppelin. but the real workout, the final three months until november. paul ryan on the national stage. ron claiborne on the national stage with the other headlines. >> good morning, too. as romney said to ryan, glad to have you onboard, david. we begin with breaking news out of afghanistan. the second deadly attack on american troops in 24 hours. three troops were gunned down by an afghan in uniform. abc's nick schifrin joins us, now, from london. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, ron. this is the fourth incident of an afghan turning his gun on his u.s. mentors just this week. it happened last night in helmand. u.s. marines refused to let an afghan police officer into the gym. and the policeman shot them, killing three. that's according to afghan officials. just a few hours before that,
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another police officer killed three u.s. special operation forces as they ate a traditional early-morning breakfast together. and that officer is still on the loose. this is an increasing problem. we recently saw the taliban celebrating an afghan soldier who killed nato troops and then switched sides. in all this year, rogue afghans have killed 34 coalition troops. that's one out of every six troops who have been killed this year. and, ron, the question for these attacks raise, how can you win a war if you can't trust the person you're fighting next to? >> really. thank you very much. nick schifrin reporting from london. another close call at the nation's busiest airports. two planes made contact on a taxiway at dulles international airport on friday, causing minor damage to both aircraft. the wing of a lufthansa jet clipped the tail of a united express commuter flight. there were no injuries reported. and the lufthansa jet was cleared to take off. in los angeles, the pilot of a small plane was killed when his aircraft crashed into a residential area.
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a plane managed to avoid going down in the street. the crash occurred a few miles from the santa monica airport. no one else was injured. and a warning about apple slices sold at fast food restaurants and supermarkets across the country. apple products sold by ready pac foods are being recalled due to possible listeria contamination. that includes apple slices at mcdonald's and burger king. no illnesses have been reported. go to or more details. an amazing rescue down under. a man found in the water naked. sharks circling. he was pulled to safety, just in time. he had been floating in the ocean off perth, on the west coast of australia, for 24 hours, after his fishing boat capsized. news helicopters spotted him. flew down low to drive away a massive hammerhead shark that was closing in. finally, a rescue boat came along to get the guy out of the water. he was air-lifted to a hospital where he is said to be recovering. naked and shark-infested waters.
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get out of there, man. >> bad situation. no clothes and a shark. >> and he made it. >> and he made it. good for him. all right, ron. we're going to turn to the races going on across the pond at the london olympics. they're wrapping up with a huge bang, with americans smashing previous world records. abc's jeffrey kofman is covering it all in london. great to see you, jeffrey. >> and good morning to you, bianna. day 15. the second-to-last day of competition. as we discovered, every day here, full of excitement, inspiration and awe. like those u.s. women who rocketed around the track in that stadium behind me last night. they were always out in front. but it was only after carmelita jeter crossed the finish line that they realized just how much the u.s. women's 4x100 meter relay team had won by. a lightning-fast 40.82 seconds, shattering the 41-second barrier and the long-standing world record. what a different story, though,
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for the u.s. men 4x400 meter team. they began out front. but a surge from the tiny nation of bahamas set the stunned usa forced to settle for silver. but they were also transfixed by south africa's team, where double-amity oscar pistorius saw his dreams of an olympic medal dashed. despite accusations that his carbon fiber legs would give him an unfair advantage, his team came in last. stunning also describes what it was like for usa women's water polo team. they've always won a medal. but here in london, they finally, decisively won gold, beating spain, 8-5. just as in beijing four years ago, one of the true stars of these games is jamaican sprinter, usain bolt, who again won gold in the 100 meter and 200 meter. skill still basking in his
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double-gold glory, the never-shy athlete declared himself the greatest athlete in history. and then, launched into a tirade against american sprint legend carl lewis, who claims jamaica is lax on drug testing. saying he is really annoyed. an angry bolt added, i've lost all respect for carl lewis. now, for the last two weeks, there's been a battle for first place in the medal count, between the u.s. and china. but the u.s. clearly out front. take a look at the medal tallies and you can see. the real surprise, the third count goes to team g.b., great britain, with 26 golds. now, today, this second-to-last day of competition, has the largest haul of the olympics. 32 gold medals up for grabs. david? >> not even close. the american athletes making us all proud. jeffrey kofman, our thanks to you again. we're going to shift gears this morning to a horrifying bus crash, now, captured on a dash cam. it shows passengers on the terror ride, screaming, as the bus flips down a hill and splits in half.
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it's the latest in a string of deadly bus crashes. here's abc's kirit radia now. >> reporter: it all happened in a flash. the city bus swerved to avoid a car, hit a curb, and then, chaos. the bus rolled over twice. passengers tossed about like rag dolls. a security camera onboard captures the whole thing. take a look again. passengers brace themselves. the man in the front seat slid to the floor as the bus tumbled over and splits apart. this man raced over and pulled two women from the wreckage. >> they were -- i couldn't find the driver at all. >> reporter: miraculously, all 13 passengers escaped with only minor injuries. this was just the latest in a summer of bus crashes. august 2nd, a high-speed crash when a bus from chicago to st. louis struck a bridge pillar, killing one person and injuring dozens. august 7th, an elderly woman struck and killed by a bus in downtown chicago.
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and the next day, a megabus from atlanta to charlotte caught fire. all 80 passengers scrambled to safety. so, why are there so many crashes? the national transportation safety board recently blamed tired drivers, unsafe operators and poor oversight. despite the season's string of crashes, the tour bus industry says the number of bus fatalities is the lowest in years. >> department of transportation and other agencies said, we're the safest form of surface transportation in america. >> reporter: and that crashes like this one, are rare. that video will be used to investigate the crash. amazing, guys, that nobody was killed in that crash. >> you see the guy's foot right at the bus door. >> reporter: really fortunate. >> all right, thank you. time for a check of the weather. and we have ginger zee. good to see you. >> great to see you, too. we'll start with san francisco. a live shot this morning. a beautiful one. we have a really neat thing here, showing some of the marine layer moving in. that's going to be a big factor
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today, up and down the coast of california. let's talk about that then and what you can expect. san francisco only gets to 67. go to medford, 100. san francisco has been one of the cool places throughout the summer. i'll put the cold front in motion. scattered showers and thunderstorms along it. boise, 92. excessive heat warnings will continue for places like phoenix, 111 degrees. san diego's going to be nice and cool, 1 degree
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>> so, i used to live right next to this beach in chicago. and it looks like this a lot. but this summer, they've been so hot and calm, they're just getting into the stormy action. rip currents from chicago all the way through michigan today. something to avoid. and storm clouds in oklahoma. i was just out west. we had the program on last night about the lightning. >> that was something. >> we had an extra special one on "nightline." those storms when you get into late spring, early summer, really quite impressive. >> she's the only person i know that chases the lightning bolts. you're unlocking the mystery. anyone who didn't see it, go to it's really fun. >> thanks, ginger. coming up on "good morning america" -- the notorious, daring teen criminal who police say pulled off an elaborate heist in a a celebrity chef's yellow
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lamborghini. busted trying to bust out of juvenile detention. we'll tell you how the plan was foiled. and a dramatic sea rescue. a naked man surrounded by sharks, fighting for his life. he could have used that sports car to get out of that situation. and hot rumors that brangelina is getting married this week. did you get your invitation yet? >> i have to check the mail. if i'm not here the next half hour. >> this could be happening at their french chateau. speculation about wedding bells. [ music playing ] [ music playing ]
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following four years of failed leadership, the hopes of our country, which have inspired the world, are going dim. they need someone to revive them. governor romney is the man for this moment. >> there you see wisconsin congressman, paul ryan, just moments ago. ryan, just announced this morning as romney's pick for vice presidential running mate. good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. has everyone buzzing this saturday morning. >> breaking news on a saturday morning. i'm david muir, in for dan this morning. it's saturday, august 11th. great to be by bianna's side. we're going to tell you about notorious teenager, max wade. accused of stealing a famous chef's lamlamborghini. and now, accused of trying to break out of custody. and the other big news, the
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other running mates. will they or won't they? there are whispers that hollywood couple brad pitt and angelina jolie will tie the knot at their french chateau this weekend. >> does this mean they're no longer mr. and mrs. smith? >> i guess not. let's get to the big news this morning, paul ryan of the new running mate of mitt romney. let's get to jon karl. jon, we are amazed at how empty it got so quickly. paul ryan speaking moments ago. >> reporter: this place was going moments ago. that's what this pick was supposed to do. paul ryan came out here just a few minutes ago and said this is america's comeback team. >> i'm excited for what lies ahead. i'm thrilled to be a part of america's comeback team. and together, we will unite america and get this done. >> reporter: get this done. that is the theme. the theme, now, is this is the
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team that has a plan to get america's economic crisis dealt with and to deal with what is going on in washington with the runaway budget deficit. but democrats are as excited about this pick on the ticket as republicans. they will come out and attack paul ryan fast and quickly. >> we're seeing it already. mitt romney choosing his man. and the democrats say, was their choice, too. jon karl on the ground. thanks for your great reporting this morning. >> you're right. it's amazing how they got people out of there so quickly. we're going to switch gears and turn to the brazen breakout attempt, trying to break a teenager out of juvenile hall. two teens are on the loose this morning, trying to free max wade, who tried to steal guy fieri's lamborghini last year. john muller has more.
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>> reporter: good morning, bianna. this read like a movie script. teenagers, fast cars, a celebrity victim. now, it comes complete with an ill-fated jailbreak of sorts. all on the day a juvenile becomes 18 and becomes an adult. they used bolt cutters to cut through two perimeter fences and a sledgehammer to smash in the cell window. a brazen attempt to bust out of a bay area juvenile detention center. on the other side of the window and still in custody, max wade, who turned 18 yesterday, and was scheduled to be transferred to adult jail. wade also is the daredevil teenager who made national headlines when police say he stole the $200,000 lamborghini, belonging to celebrity chef guy fieri. >> the window is big enough, where a body can go through. but again, they hit it with a sledgehammer, i would say 15, 20 times. >> reporter: the steel-reinforced windows held. and the would-be jailbreakers fled the scene. although there's no evidence wade planned the failed break-out, police say he knows a thing or two about break-ins. in the lamborghini heist, cops say the thief repelled into an exotic car dealership, cut through a lock and zipped away in the hot rod. cops found guy fieri's lamborghini in a storage shed, along with paul's i.d.s, police scanner, police uniform and badge.
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the teenager has a reputation in the san francisco area. he's charged in a drive-by shooting. >> he's currently facing two charges of attempted murder. each of those charges carry maximum term of imprisonment for 35 years to life. >> reporter: no lamborghini and no more juvenile detention. wade got a new address for his 18th birthday, the county jail. bolt cutters and sledgehammers, not likely to work there, either. bad news for the suspects on the loose who tried to bust into the juvenile facility. there's plenty of surveillance cameras there. police are looking at those pictures now. police are also going to review the recorded conversations max wade may have had with some of his visitors. stay tuned on this one. >> a dungeon for him? guy who relishes risk. john, thank you. ginger zee with another check on the forecast. hey, ginger. >> good morning, everybody. i want to start with the tropics. a bit of an identity crisis. ernesto, we've been hearing about that storm for weeks. and ernesto passing over this part of mexico. and killed seven people. now going to go into the pacific. a 90% chance it redevelops and
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becomes hector. that will be its name when it goes in the pacific. then, we're watching tropical depression seven. here's the track. still looks like it will stay south of a lot of land. a lot of upper-level winds that will be affecting that. tropics are more active. but nothing that's going to make landfall. more moisture in parts of atlanta and more places that need the rain, going to get it. look at the 48 hours. some places even in south dakota. into western iowa, nebraska, just a little bit. over the weekend. that will be helpful. i'm going to leave you with a look across the nation, especially that excessive heat in the southwest. >> so, again, one more showery, stormy day here in the northeast. then, we'll clear up in the weekend, start of the week. >> some people need the rain.
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it's been so hot and dry. >> great, ginger. thanks. coming up on "good morning america," the stars are aligning. >> we weren't invited. >> you weren't invited. possibly arriving in france. are brad pitt and angelina jolie getting married this weekend? we have the scoop. this is incredible. this was caught by accident. that majestic view from under the sea. you'll find out why this pod of dolphins is chasing the camera. and this morning, for the first time, hear from the man who captured the amazing footage. we'll be back. for back-to-school...
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the pieces seem to be coming together. brad pitt and angelina jolie appear to be gathering with family and friends at their chateau in france, for some kind of celebration. so, will wedding bells ring for one of hollywood's most powerful couples? or is this just a big bash for brad's parents? tanya rivero is here with more on the rumors. >> reporter: very exciting rumors, bianna. i've got the scoop. those rumors are swirling around hollywood's hottest couple. brangelina watchers have turned into wedding sleuths. carefully studying every move of this very famous but famously private couple. and many are saying the big day
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could happen today. they're the a-list couple at the top of the list. and when brad put a ring on it this spring, the brangelina rumor mill went into overdrive. now, many believe hollywood's hottest couple could get married as soon as today. wedding watchers point to the clues. brad and angelina's family appear to be quietly gathering at the couple's private estate in the south of france, that conveniently has its own chapel. reportedly, for a 50th anniversary celebration for brad's parents. but locals believe recent rushed renovations at the 14th century chateau point to something more in the works. angelina's jeweler, robert procop, who made the $250,000 ring brad designed, is also in the south of france. and brad's bust buddy, george clooney, who would surely attend, spotted in lake como, less than an hour's flight away.
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with the major players gathered, the stage seem met, with the couple who met playing husband and wife on "mr. and mrs. smith," to finally become husband and wife. >> first time. >> as always. >> this is the biggest wedding for so many people. sure, we had the royal wedding. but there's this frenzy, just as much, maybe even more for some people, more with brad and angelina. >> reporter: this will be brad's second marriage and angelina's third. so, it's expected to be intimate. >> they're not as interested in a giant hollywood affair. they want to have the kids involved. they're a very tight-knit family. >> reporter: and the six kids, three adopted and three biological, are reportedly thrilled mom and dad are making it official. now, there are also clues pointing to a wedding happening next weekend. the mayor of the chateau's town is friends with brad and angelina. and he recently pushed back the date of an annual fair. locals say it was to clear the way for the wedding. so, my money's on august 18th.
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>> still coming up, a lot of hollywood weddings. natalie portman last weekend. love is in the air. >> very exciting. >> mayors clear fairs out for bianna all the time. >> you have your ticket to go. >> exactly. >> tanya, thanks. coming up on "good morning america," unforgettable fishing trip. this is really something. the pictures all morning long. they're so clear. and wait until you hear how they were captured. unbelievable. >> i could watch that all day. i put lemon in my water. these are all highly acidic. the acid can affect the enamel. i think lemons are good for you. [ laughs ] just not for my teeth. my dentist recommended pronamel. he told me that pronamel would help protect the enamel of my teeth from further acid erosion. now that i use pronamel, i feel more confident about having these acidic foods in my diet. i really care about these things, and i want to be doing what's best for my body and for my teeth.
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david, i believe this is your first "pop news" with us. >> the reason i came. >> excitement galore here.
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>> i have been waiting for that. i could fill in for one of these days. >> we're always excited for "pop news." and our entertainment reporter, host of "on the red carpet, rachel smith, joins us from los angeles. good morning to you, rachel. >> good morning, guys. time to have a little fun with "pop news." we kick things off with excellent news. bill and ted may be back on the big screen with another adventure. the installment of the '80s hit movie, "bill and ted's excellent adventure," with word that star keanu reeves is in the works. bill and ted may be ready for another adventure. reeves and co-star, alex winter, are said to reprise their roles with a look at where bill and ted are today. one can only imagine. we'll have to wait and see if they're traveling through time in a phone booth or if they upgraded to cell phones. taylor swift and conor kennedy's love story may have more chapters yet to be written. she recently took conor to her home in nashville. the couple was spotted by fans all around the city. she's been dating conor, the son of robert kennedy, for two months.
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they were reportedly introduced by grandmother ethel kennedy. can justin bieber make the jump from platinum records to the silver screen? he will if mark wahlberg has anything to do with it. the two are currently editing a script for a movie for bieber, to star as a hustler in inner city basketball. bieber has had small roles on screen. but this would be his first as a leading man. they hope to have the movie in theaters next year. finally, a fishing trip off the coast of santa cruz, california, turned into an unforgettable experience for four guys. take a look at this remarkable video. a pod of pacific white sided dolphins following the camera on the bottom of their boat. we spoke to the guy who had the idea to put the camera on there. he said he didn't know until he watched the video later that night with his family. >> a lot of people commented that it's not even real. that i took it out of the camera and put it on the computer. everybody couldn't believe it. it's a pretty emotional moment,
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too. >> absolutely stunning. peters says he's seen dolphins when he's been fishing before. but nothing like this. he thinks they were attracted to the camera, which looks like a squid. and he definitely plans on trying this experiment again. >> i don't blame him. >> so cool. >> you were saying it looks like something out of pixar. >> yeah. like nemo. >> the soundtrack to that. >> the whole thing was by accident. can you imagine getting home and downloading that on your laptop? >> i would watch it all day. entertainment. >> i'm confused. i don't have the latest camera if mine doesn't look like a squid. >> i don't have the squid camera, either. >> go out and buy one. the squid-like camera. >> we'll put it in the hudson. but it won't be as clear. >> oh, yeah. exactly. that's what the water looks like in the hudson. >> i love that we heard from the fisherman. no one has heard from him until this morning. >> he was excited, too. and surprised. all right, rachel. great to see you. great stuff with us this morning. >> see you, guys. thank you. >> bye.
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you take care. >> shampoo. >> oh. >> we looked at the dolphins at the break. it's unbelievable that that clear image is what he got by accident because he stuck the camera underneath the water. ron is not content. >> that kind of clarity, off the coast of california. >> ron's going to be on
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assignment. >> don't move there, fans. >> dan harris is back first thing tomorrow. >> he is back tomorrow. we loved having you this morning. thanks for stepping in. breaking news on a saturday morning. >> anytime. >> we want to thank you for watching abc news. we're always online at watch this guy working tonight. "world news." 24-hour man. >> nails for breakfast. have a great day. good morning, a shortage of muni drivers is forcing muni to cancel 650 trip is a day. san francisco chronicle reports strict overtime sliys creating frustration for passengers who can't catch a ride. they say they need 160 more operators to bring the system up
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to speed. union says the shortage is more like 300 drivers. nearly 1500 low income children will get free backpacks today. youngsters will have a chance to have last minute fun at salvation army's back to school carnival. they want them equipped for school. this is 14th year back to school carnival and today's event is only forefamilies that have pre-registered. >> lisa: good morning. looking at all that fog. that is going to allow for temperatures to stay cool outside lands. 48 at half moon bay with fog at the coast. 60 in antioch. we're looking at hot day in inland valleys. poor air quality. spare-the-air day. temperatures at or above 100 degrees. 102 in antioch. 77 in oakland.
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giants game, 68 degrees. last day for the sonoma county fair. then warm up in 90 and breeze in marin. that will translated to cooler temperatures to everyone in the next couple of days. today, san jose jazz festival, 90, 95 in hollister. temperatures go down four or five degrees
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