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good morning, america. breaking now, the new tornado outbreak more dangerous over the next 48 hours. already spawning massive twisters like these. and watch how this flash flood tidal wave takes out this building in an instant. millions on alert. a daughter's desperate plea for this american mother of seven jailed in mexico at this hour. >> i want my mom home, please. i just want her home. >> police accusing her of being a drug smuggler after finding 12 pounds of marijuana under her bus seat. but was it a setup? her entire family fighting for her freedom. >> danger in the neighborhood. justin bieber now accused of speeding down a street in his ferrari yards away from children. how his top nfl star neighbor confronted him head on.
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and -- ♪ i just want to feel this moment ♪ >> -- perfect pitch. the two men from this iconic photo snapped just seconds after the boston marathon bombing now in an unforgettable moment at fenway, the runner and his rescuer throw it right down the middle. can you say boston strong? ♪ what a moment there in boston last night. can we go back because, you know, bostonians have been through so much tragedy and the entire crowd was cheering them on last night. >> so great to see that. we also have a big political headline. michele bachmann, remember she ran for president back in 2008 said overnight she's not running
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again for congress quitting in 2014. we'll get into that decision in a bit. >> a bit of a surprise there. let's get right to the new alert for that dangerous situation developing over the middle of the country right now. another round of possibly devastating tornadoes could hit the midwest today. >> no letup at all. ginger zee is here with the latest on that tornado hot zone. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, george. unfortunately, the atmosphere is primed for violent long track tornadoes for parts of oklahoma, kansas and nebraska but look at the storm reports from yesterday. there were issues as far east as michigan and pennsylvania. overnight, dramatic just released security footage from carl sandburg college. water comes pouring in from the torrential downpours. up to 5 inches of rain fell in just two hours. >> way too close for comfort. >> reporter: from texas to nebraska reports of at least 20 tornadoes. this beast tearing through the land near bennington, kansas.
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storm chasers capturing that mile-wide wedge tornado. >> there's a tornado right here! >> oh, go, go, go. >> reporter: in michigan high winds damaging several homes in genesee county toppling power lines, downing trees, demolishing this bar. thankfully no one was inside and in northwestern pennsylvania a reported tornado where one person was injured. in california, dry conditions and high winds are fueling brush fires. this one north of los angeles is threatening an amusement park. >> anything that burns at all like grass, we want to hop right on that. >> reporter: iowa suffering from days on end of too much rain, many of its rivers now at risk of flood. workers in one county used pumps to shoot water through the air to keep this road clear. >> we knew we couldn't get out because the road was gone and if we tried we'd probably would have ended up part of the lake. >> reporter: focus on who needs to be on alert this afternoon
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and evening, that is when violent storms start taking off. this is a two-day event, by the way. jet stream really digging in not only today but tomorrow and all of the areas you see shaded there. the tornado risk is largest today in the area in that hot pink or deep red color. you can see in parts of oklahoma and kansas, nebraska and, of course, we've got not only tornadoes but damaging winds and hail to talk about too. i'll be back for the nation's weather. now back to george. >> such a rough spring for so many. other top stories from josh. breaking news, news that a high ranking taliban commander is believed to be dead after a u.s. drone strike in pakistan near the afghan border. it would be considered a major blow to the taliban. comes just days after president obama promised to scale back drone strikes to limit civilian casualties. also new details about that massive train derailment near baltimore. authorities confirm the fire is now under control. but not before a violent explosion shredded buildings and jolted people up to half a mile
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away. abc's david kerley shows us. >> reporter: when the 15 cars jumped the track, two of them immediately caught fire drawing onlookers who were surprised suddenly by this massive explosion. >> back up. >> reporter: that explosion only intensified the fire. >> it shook the building. i never felt nothing like that. >> reporter: windows shattered. nearby warehouse walls shredded. here it is again. >> when it went it knocked me down and my two other co-workers. >> reporter: as a precaution people were told to stay 20 blocks away. officials say it was a trash truck which carries dumpsters that hit the 47-car freight train. two of the cars carrying acid burned into the night. >> reporter: it's been five hours since the derailment and firefighters just stopped pouring water on it. there's still smoke coming out of the two cars burning. these firefighters learned that the driver of that trash truck was one of their own, retired.
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he's in serious congress this morning. meantime, the ntsb says it will now investigate how his truck was able to strike a train and cause such a dangerous explosion. for "good morning america," david kerley, abc news, rosedale, maryland. >> david, thank you. it is being called the biggest money laundering scheme ever. a so-called paypal for criminals. authorities have shut down the currency exchange website liberty reserve and arrested its president. he, one of seven people accused of laundering an estimated $6 billion with a "b" for drug traffickers, identity thieves and anyone looking to hide money. and kellogg's has agreed to pay $4 million to settle a lawsuit over deceptive marketing. in 2008 company ads claimed that frosted mini wheats improved children's memory and attentiveness. but the ftc said the claim was unfounded. despite the deal kellogg's denies wrongdoing and plaintiffs could get cash refunds up to
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three boxes of cereal. certainly would explain a lot. finally, let's talk about this. did you hear the one about the guy in rhode island who brought his tony to the liquor store? >> oh, no. >> why? >> why not. >> for a drink. >> that's it. that is, in fact, it. >> they were thirsty. >> a guy and his buddy walk in a liquor store with his pony and next thing we are talking about it on national tv. no word on the purchase. no word if it's legal. there's a follow-up freeze frame. there's nothing else. guy with a pony in the liquor store. back to you. >> way to start a wednesday morning. now to the new optimism for your home and your wallet this morning. the dow skyrocketing to another record and housing prices surging. abc's rebecca jarvis is here with the latest. tell us what these numbers mean, rebecca. >> they mean good things for your wallet. stocks surged to new all-time highs as the country's housing
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market showed its best gains in nearly seven years, the dow surged 106 points to finish the session at 15,409, a new all-time high and by the way, it's the 20th tuesday in a row the dow finished higher. that's a long winning streak, in fact, 83% of the gains in stocks since mid-january have happened on tuesdays, so if you invested $10,000 when the streak began on january 15th and only put your money in stocks on tuesdays, well, you'd have made over a thousand dollars in just 20 days. just released figures also on the housing market show that home prices nationally rose 11%. pretty big there, robin. >> oh, yes, so where are we seeing the strongest housing markets, rebecca? >> reporter: the places where we saw the hardest hit housing markets, phoenix up 20.5%, san
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francisco, 22.2%, las vegas, 20.6%. the weakest, new york and cleveland. >> but still very promising across the board. >> new york and cleveland, my two homes. all right, rebecca, thanks very much. george? >> my two homes, new york and cleveland. >> sorry. >> that surprise out of washington. michele bachmann who ran for president in 2008 announced overnight she will retire from congress next year and in the video she denied she was backing down from a tough race. >> be assured my decision was not in any way influenced by any concerns about my being re-elected to congress and i have every confidence that if i ran, i would again defeat the individual who i defeated last year. >> let's bring in jon karl for more. jon, this decision takes away a big target for democrats. >> reporter: that's right, george. for some democrats michele bachmann was target number one, the most high-profile and controversial leader of the tea party in the congress. she founded the tea party caucus and if you remember when she ran for president for a brief moment she could even claim to be something of a front-runner
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becoming the first woman to win the iowa straw poll. but bachmann barely won re-election just by a single percentage point and could be a tougher fight. she faces multiple campaign finance investigations into allegations that she improperly paid an iowa state senator. >> she denied that had anything to do with it and said her future is limitless. maybe another presidential run. >> reporter: she sure didn't rule it out in that statement and she seems to imply that it is absolutely something she is going to consider but, george, hard to predict michele bachmann. you know, just a few weeks ago she was running television ads for her congressional re-election campaign so who knows what she does next. >> she has a big war chest. jon, thanks very much. all right, george, today a mother of seven from arizona is due back in court in mexico. she is fighting drug trafficking charges after police accused her of trying to smuggle 12 pounds of marijuana. abc's gio benitez has that story for us. >> reporter: this morning,
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american citizen yannira maldonado is stuck behind bars in a mexican jail, the mother of seven charged with trafficking more than five kilos of marijuana. her family fighting for her freedom. >> i know she would never do anything like this. >> reporter: the 42-year-old phoenix resident and her husband gary boarded this bus in mexico on wednesday returning to the u.s. after attending a family funeral. when they got to a checkpoint near the city of hermosillo, soldiers from the mexican army inspected the bus and police say they found 12 pounds of drugs under maldonado's seat. >> i want my mom home. please. i just want her home. >> reporter: the family says mexican police first arrested maldonado's husband for the drugs then later changed their minds and arrested her. >> we have no need to do anything like that. logic tells you this is a frame setup. >> reporter: her husband says he
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offered to pay the judge $5,000 because he says the soldiers told him that's how it works in mexico. >> i don't think it really matters anymore who put it there, what happened, what they're trying to get, how much money, it's not about that to me anymore. i mean, who cares? just bring her back. let her come home. >> reporter: maldonado spent the day in court tuesday but no decision was made about her future. just back from mexico, maldonado's daughter says she can visit her mother but only separated by jailhouse bars. >> she held my hand and she told me that everything was going to be okay. >> reporter: and maldonado will be in court again today. no word yet on whether she'll be released. overnight mexican officials told abc news she has the right to a defense attorney and due process but, robin, this is a possible ten-year prison sentence. >> a lot of people are watching this. gio, thank you. >> let's bring in dan abrams and get more.
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you can understand why gary maldonado offered to pay that $5,000. may have been a big mistake. >> the notion that mexican authorities are assuring her she's got a right to due process is little comfort to her. the issue of the bribe. this is what the family is saying this is all about. if you're sitting on a bus and the next thing you know you're taken off the bus and someone is accusing you of having 12 pounds -- that's a big, big, you know, container, of marijuana, and then they say, well, you know what, you got to pay us off, you can understand their initial reaction is wait a second, these guys are asking for money. you have to be careful here. you don't want to make the authorities dig their heels in and say this is true, back it up with more invented evidence, et cetera, so they have to walk a fine line here between being very firm, telling the truth about what happened and yet not going too far. >> this is not just a legal case, though.
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you have a u.s. senator involved and the state department involved. >> i think this will be resolved diplomatically. this is too high a level. this has gotten too much publicity. we're talking about it. others are talking about it. this is not going to be the sort of thing that's just going to be determined at a local level in mexico. this is going to be determined at the highest level of government to assess whether the family was framed here. >> okay. dan abrams, thanks very much. >> very curious case to say the least. now to the breaking new details on that school bomb plot at an oregon high school foiled by police after a teenager tipped them off that a fellow student was planning a columbine-style attack. the suspect is now being held on $2 million bail. abc's neal karlinsky has more. >> reporter: 17-year-old grant acord barely spoke as he appeared in court to face a half dozen charges connected with plotting a school massacre. >> yes, your honor. >> reporter: he did not enter a plea but this morning police say it's one of his friends now doing the talking and averting a
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disaster. >> i'm glad i came forward. >> reporter: west albany th grader truman templeton says he made what he called the nervous decision to speak up because of acord's increasingly frightening behavior. >> the tipping point for me was when i was, you know, just worried about being in school and i thought at that point, okay, school is supposed to be a safe, secure environment. i should not have to worry about this kind of stuff. >> reporter: he said acord bragged he could make bombs and brought a copy of the "anarchist's cookbook" to school. templeton wasn't sure if it was all a joke but he didn't take any chances. he told his mother who told a friend in law enforcement. the plot police say they unraveled involved homemade bombs and a handwritten game plan in which acord allegedly wrote he would show up at school with music blaring calmly state the russian grim reaper is here, throw smoke bombs before walking in and finally kill myself before s.w.a.t. engages me. the school's principal says plain and simple, templeton saved them all.
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>> you really believe this boy is a hero? >> absolutely i do. absolutely. and i know that all the student body and the staff feel exact same way. >> what story would you rather see on the news tomorrow? the story about a disaster that was prevented or an event that had occurred. >> reporter: at least one other student also reportedly heard acord talk about bombs, but only truman templeton spoke up and this morning, he's being hailed as a hero because he refused to stay quiet. for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, albany, oregon. >> you know, some adults are cautious about going forward when they hear something like that but not this teenager. thank goodness. >> he did exactly the right thing. no question. how about natural beauty. we all know california has some of the greatest public beaches in the world. what you may not know so many are hidden behind the homes of the rich and famous. now there is an app to help you seek out those hidden treasures and david wright checked it out. >> reporter: it's a piece of paradise most of us have only glimpsed through the paparazzi's lens.
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>> you have celebrities, you have media moguls. >> reporter: writer and activist jenny price walks us down billionaire's beach. to buy a home here easily 20 million bucks. to rent, 250,000 a month. >> hard not to walk this beach and say i want this one. >> reporter: malibu is exclusive but in california there's no such thing as a private beach. so price helped develop a new smartphone app to make malibu more accessible. in a way this is robin hood at the beach. >> well, except we're not stealing anything. >> reporter: a guide to public accessways homeowners have tried to block or in david geffen's case disguise. >> made to look like a garage and people won't park there. not until you get up and start looking at it, that door doesn't open, does it? >> reporter: the app even tells you where you're entitled to put your beach towel. the app is free like the beach
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is supposed to be. >> set up the beach chairs. >> some residents are resigned to it. others are clearly bracing for a fight. >> you're on private property. >> reporter: this malibu resident threatened to call the sheriff on us. >> take your camera out of here before i break it. >> reporter: paradise lost to the super rich because of this app. for at least now paradise they'll have to share. for "good morning america," david wright, abc news, malibu. >> i am convinced there is an app for everything now. >> absolutely. >> that will do it. >> let's get the weather. back to ginger zee with the brand-new kid zoo you. she's at the philadelphia zoo this morning. hey, ginger. >> we've got goats and horses. first we need to get more of those weather headlines and the heat. not only here in philly where we'll be starting to get into the scorcher later this week but look at some of the numbers today. 90, tampa. mid-80s in atlanta. memphis, close to 90.
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in the southwest there's been a big fire issue and not only wind advisories but red flag warnings still a problem. your local forecast coming up in just 30 seconds but first this, the stormy cities brought to you by the american cancer society celebrating its 100th birthday. i'm
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>> i'm already like this with a goat named molly so you guys will want to stick around and see more here. >> wow. really got us intrigued now, ginger. kids -- kids zoo you. that's in the great city of philadelphia. oh, my. also out of philadelphia, a shocking mystery baffling investigators. why was a 26-year-old paralegal found dead in a prominent lawyer's home. also caught on tape. storage units under seize coast to coast. the new way thieves could be stealing your stuff right now. justin bieber accused of speeding almost 100 miles an hour down his neighborhood street yards from children playing. how his nfl neighbor confronted him.
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>> another bolt problem on new span of the bay bridge is coming to light. failed and caltran says the problem cropped up a year ago. it has been fixed. officials will show the immediate immediate repairs today.
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a definitive verify was expected today on whether caltran would meet the deadline to on the new span on labor day. a spokesman says more testing is needed on 2,300 bolts used to protect the bridge in an earthquake. leyla gulen? >> a stall on 101 has cleared to the shoulder but look at this down to 15 miles per hour in the area. we have a delay on the capitol corridor, train 522 with mechanical problem causing delays between your oakland and emeryville station and muni and bart and everything else is running on time. >> when we come back our me
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>> if you are in the san francisco exploritorium this is how it looks to the northeast toward richmond you can see clouds with a few sprinkles and as we head in the afternoon, temperatures are close to where they were yesterday but one or two degrees and we will have a lot of sunshine. the game is switching over to at&t park tonight, and 7:15 first pitch and dropping to 55
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watch this right now. the highest b.a.s.e. jump ever, four miles above ground right off mt. everest. just stunning footage. look at him sailing. that story just ahead. >> sure, why not. go for it. >> you got to get down some house. >> not that way. the new storage wars caught on tape. how they're under siege. the new way thieves are stealing from you. justin bieber versus his former nfl star neighbor. keyshawn johnson accusing justin bieber of going almost 100 miles an hour down his neighborhood street just yards from where children are playing. obviously not the first time justin bieber and his car have been in the news.
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>> or neighbors. >> also in the news, two big pop stories buzzing. adam levine's shocking comment caught on an open mike and beyonce's surprising run-in with a fan during the concert. >> big names this morning. >> yeah. but we begin with the investigation into a mysterious death inside the home of a prominent lawyer. a 26-year-old paralegal was found dead in the bathtub full of water while her lawyer boyfriend was miles away. abc's linsey davis is here with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. according to police it appears law was alone in her boyfriend's condo when she decided to take a bath. sources say there was no evidence of a struggle or strangulation. this morning her death remains shrouded in mystery. she was found naked face down in a bathtub full of water. other than that the death of 26-year-old julia law remains a mystery this morning. one investigators are desperately trying to solve. the paralegal was found unresponsive around 10:00 a.m.
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saturday at the home of a prominent philadelphia attorney who was both her boss and her boyfriend. >> a lot of times when money is allegedly stolen -- >> reporter: 58-year-old charles peruto known for his mob clients, the given his girlfriend of six weeks a key to his apartment. peruto was reportedly in new jersey for the night overseeing construction on a new home. investigators say a maintenance man called 911 after discovering law's body and that there were no signs of trauma and no drugs found at the scene. >> the autopsy report is going to be very critical in telling mainly because it's going to clearly indicate the final moments of this person's life. >> reporter: while police are questioning peruto as a witness, he is not considered a suspect. he released a statement on sunday saying "julia was a beautiful, caring free spirit hippie who i was blessed to have known. words can't express how sad i am to finally have met someone who i believed truly loved me. you should all have someone touch your life like she did mine.
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pray for her. she was an angel." >> this is not what i consider a crime, it's a tragedy. i mean unless somebody tells me otherwise i do not believe that it has anything to do with foul play or crime. >> reporter: julia law would have turned 27 on tuesday. an autopsy found water in law's lungs but at this point police are waiting for the results of more extensive toxicology tests. >> we are thinking of her family this morning. all right, linsey, thanks. >> thanks, guys. we turn to a growing problem at storage facilities across the country being targeted by increasingly brazen thieves as customers discovered how little protection they have. paula faris has the story. >> reporter: across the country a growing problem, more and more storage units now under siege. take a look at this video. watch as a pair of thieves pull up to a missouri storage facility in broad daylight take out a bolt cutter, clip off the
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padlock to a unit and then begin loading their van from family mementos to generators even strapping a large leather couch to the roof of their van. >> it's gone. we'll never get it back. >> reporter: surveillance videos like these alarming for the 11 million american households who pay self-storage facilities monthly fees to store their prized possessions. it's a $20 billion plus industry so popular, a&e based their hit show "storage wars" on it. >> i happen to have my safecracking equipment with me. >> reporter: security experts are warning your personal treasures are an increasingly easy target. >> the locking systems are usually extremely poor and the ability of people to go into them 24 hours a day sort of make them ripe to steal items. >> reporter: carol lajoie purchased a padlock and insurance in san jose, california, but that didn't stop thieves from breaking in stealing $10,000 worth of stored items. >> most of it was family items and it was hard to put a value on it.
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>> reporter: unfortunately, insurance only covered a thousand dollars of her claim. and in miami, this renter found out the hard way that thieves don't even need to bother with locks when there is a gap big enough to snag anything within reach. >> deciding whether you want to place your goods at a temporary storage facility is really driven by you doing your own homework. >> reporter: for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. >> got to be really careful. >> always something. speaking of really careful -- >> ba-dum-dum. one of the most extreme stunts we have ever seen caught on tape. a man, that man in that winged suit taking off from that, the top of the world's tallest mountain, almost 24,000 feet up. the pictures as you can see incredible and we have them exclusively this morning from red bull which is featuring the story on the cover of its magazine "red bulletin." take a look and go fly.
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this is the moment where danger and adventure meet. high atop the world's tallest peak. and you're seeing it for the first time ever on national television. watch again, 48-year-old russian valery rozol leaping off the more than four-mile-high ledge, of the highest most desolate tundra, mount everest. while a dangerous amount of jagged peaks are below he reaches speeds of 120 miles an hour. relying solely on his arms and a custom-made wingsuit to guide him. as his parachute deploys he guides to a halt over a shelf of fresh snow. >> i just have landed on the bottom of the north wall of everest.
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>> rozov's b.a.s.e. jump is the highest ever, more than four miles above sea level. that's more than 16 empire state buildings tall. rozov, who completed over 10,000 jumps, spent a grueling two years preparing for this one flight. the feat comes exactly 60 years after sir edmund hillary and tenzing norgay climbed everest proving the next frontier may no longer be just reaching the summit. >> in the air i feel that whoo. >> oh. >> he did it so that none of us have to. >> it's like thrilling and terrifying at the same time. >> we were saying that, like, wow, look at that it looks so terrifying. >> can you imagine that moment when he feels the air come up. >> wow. >> i just want to imagine it.
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time now for the weather and ginger zee who is in for sam. when last we left ginger at kid zoo you in philadelphia you had a goat named molly. is that molly there, ginger? >> this is molly right here, the friend and watch what molly can do. molly, spin, okay. okay, maybe not. she's very good. she can eat really well. a lot of pellets. and i am at kid zoo you, the newest part of the zoo in philadelphia. kids, are you loving it? >> all: yeah. >> we've got some excitement. molly, i'm going to give you all of this because i have to do weather. i want to give you an idea of what is happening around the nation. big warm-up here and also severe weather, of course, severe weather not just in the heart of the nation in oklahoma and kansas, but in parts of the northeast today. now, look at this. the warm-up in the northeast. this is something we've been talking about and waiting for after that raw memorial day, 90s for three days in a row for big cities like d.c. right here in
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>> we start off with clouds and a lot sunshine and low-to-upper 70's inland and low 60's around san francisco to mid-60's in the south bay and 60 loan the coast. check out >> now, the american cancer society is celebrating its 100th birthday. we want to tell you they have a special message. they want us to get loud, to finish the fight against cancer they want you to take a moment, a pledge against silence. now, we want you to tweet us @gma and tell us how you are going to take that pledge against silence. we will show some of those tweets coming up a little later and for now i'll hang out -- we've got goats and tiny ponies and so much more. lots of excitement. look. what is this one's name? do you guys know? >> no. >> we'll find out and get back to you.
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>> ginger, thank you. > if folks at home could have seen when the graphics were up, the animals, we could still see the feed -- >> they were on a pellet hunt. >> it was cliek like charge! coming up, justin bieber versus the nfl star over claims of the superstar's reckless driving down his neighborhood street just yards away from kids who were playing. also ahead, the teens taking on abercrombie & fitch over who can fit into the trendy clothes. mbie & fitch over who can fit into the trendy clothes. retirement. sit back, relax, pull out the paper and what? another article that says investors could lose tens of thousands of dollars in hidden fees on their 401(k)s?! seriously? seriously. you don't believe it? search it. "401(k) hidden fees." then go to e-trade and roll over your old 401(k)s to a new e-trade retirement account. we have every type of retirement account. none of them charge annual fees and all of them offer low cost investments. why? because we're not your typical wall street firm that's why. so you keep more of your money. e-trade. less for us. more for you. we're donating more of our food to shelters in need,
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we are back now at 7:43 with new trouble for superstar justin bieber. former nfl star keyshawn johnson confronted him for driving recklessly reportedly at top speeds through their neighborhood. abc's cecilia vega has the story. >> reporter: it might seem like an unfair match, the whopping wide receiver versus the pint-sized pop star but that's exactly what happened behind the gates of this exclusive southern california compound when all 6'4" of former nfl player keyshawn johnson confronted the 5'7" biebs for allegedly turning their wide winding mansion-lined street into a racetrack. ♪ if i was your boyfriend >> reporter: it's not too far off from the racing in justin bieber's video. justin's reps say the raced his white ferrari near a family friend hi memorial day barbecue.
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that's when the retired football star turned espn broadcaster jumped in his car reportedly a prius and trailed behind bieber's ferrari. johnson blocked his neighbor's driveway and busted his way through security to tell the 19-year-old to slow down. now police call bieber a reckless driving suspect. >> we take this very seriously and this is the kind of behavior that is unacceptable to be done by anybody anywhere. >> reporter: the biebs' reps say it wasn't justin behind the wheel but several witnesses don't believe it. they say bieber was driving. does the biebs have a need for speed? earlier this month police in dubai slapped a lamborghini driving bieber with several tickets. >> get arrested -- okay, sorry about that. >> reporter: last summer in california another ticket. this one for driving more than 100 miles per hour. ♪ ♪ anything you want >> reporter: it appears this pop star with a golden voice also
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>> now from abc7 news, good morning, i am kristen sze. a protest is expected as chevron headquarters where the company begins the shareholders meeting next hour. shareholders and groups plan to air groveans against chevron that includes political and environmental concerns. now we will see what is going on with the weather. >> brighter than yesterday. the same at 61 at half moon bay and 64 in san francisco and oakland is 68, and mid-to-upper 70's for the rest of us. check out the heat in the seven-day forecast, even to the coast this weekend. >> the corridor train is an hour
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and ten minutes late, train 522, and it was stalled out here, at oakland and emeryville because of mechanical problems but muni and bart and everything else is on time. >> the news continues right now
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♪ that girl is poison out in times square, the sprinkles hasn't stopped the smiles and has not stopped the dancing. look at it right there. we've got a '90s dance party going on right here at "gma" this wednesday morning. >> we're going to get you slimmed down for the summer. too fly is the hot new fitness craze offered at select crunch gyms nationwide. and this hour, whenever you hear bell biv devoe's '90s classic, "poison" -- >> it's time for a dance break. >> dance break. ♪ >> that's kristin and rachel. oh, no, they didn't. no, they didn't. did they just do that move?
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>> yeah, they did. >> oh, my gosh. the too fly crew is starting us off with all the right moves. >> i got to learn that one. >> we got to learn it. >> oh, i love that. >> i loved it down there for rehearsal knowing that was coming. that was amazing. >> any time you hear bell biv devoe. you know dance break. >> time for a dance break. we want you to do it at home. >> that's terrific. also ahead, kelly osbourne opening up revealing a rather surprising interview. what she says about her father ozzy's health. thankfully her own addiction struggles and whether she wants kids. >> she looks fantastic. so healthy. and jennifer lopez also in the news about to heat up our "summer concert series" in a few weeks. can't wait to see her here. this morning, though, our exclusive interview with jennifer about being a mom and whether marriage might just be in the cards. >> that, and a summer concert. >> yep. >> okay, first, let's get some news from josh. we'll begin with the new round of severe weather taking aim at the nation's heartland. ginger has been tracking it all
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night, all morning, storms such as these roared through kansas and nebraska, texas, even all the way to michigan, 20 tornadoes in all reported tuesday. we'll have ginger's forecast in just a few moments. meantime, there's word that insured losses following last week's killer tornado in moore, oklahoma, could reach $3.5 billion. and the wreckage of a freight train is still smoldering near baltimore a day after that train collided with a garbage truck. 15 cars derailed setting off the explosion so powerful it collapsed several buildings and shattered windows up to a half a mile away. the truck driver was seriously injured. it is the third major train derailment this month. and tea party star michele bachmann says she is not running for congress again. in a video released overnight, bachmann denied her decision was influenced by concerns about her re-election chances. and more american moms are now the sole or primary earners
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in their families. a study out this morning finds a record 40% of mothers are the top earners in their households these days compared to just 11% back in 1960. most of those families headed by single moms. and a neighbor credited today with saving a woman and her two granddaughters trapped. their car crashed into the backyard pool you see in california. the neighbor actually couldn't get the doors of the car open but fortunately the windows were down, and she led everybody to safety through those open windows. and finally, rough night for adam levine. things weren't exactly going his way on "the voice" last night, and then he lit up social media thanks to what he said on an open mike after two members of his team were eliminated. his reaction was actually heard off camera. >> i hate this country. >> again, he had had a couple of his team people voted off, and so he did say "i hate this country." some viewers outraged.
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others defended levine saying he was only referring to the voters who had eliminated the members of his team. context. >> of course, that's what he's saying. >> context. >> yeah, i don't think he was -- i don't think there was anarchy happening on "the voice." >> no. >> thanks for clearing that up just in case. >> the mike always open. >> there is no such thing as a dead mike if it's on you. it is live, live. as is "pop news." >> it is, indeed, robin roberts, and -- >> i love "pop news." >> i thought i heard something in the air. ♪ that girl is poison >> dance break. dance break. you know what that means. a dance break. it can happen any time anywhere here at "gma." come on now. give us the slider. we want it. >> the best line. >> never trust a big butt and a smile. >> that's a lyric. >> that is a lyric. that's not mine. >> truer words never said, robin, the most trusted woman in television. >> just said that. >> "pop news."
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>> it must be true. we begin with this. you know, a little slap on the rear can sometimes be a sign of affection or not. beyonce on stage monday night in copenhagen, denmark, performing "irreplaceable." when this happened -- do we see it? >> oh, yeah. so there you go. she may be bootylicious but that's not for you, sir. she told the slap-happy offender, i will have you escorted out right now. the daily thal many morning, look, it's like a fine work of art. enjoy it, be inspired by it. just don't touch it. >> don't touch it. also in "pop news," the biggest star of "downton abbey" might just be the grand estate itself. over 1500 visitors a day each pay $27 to walk through highclere castle, that's the setting of the wildly popular tv series and the $14 guide book and $23 polo shirt with the castle etched on the front. the castle's owner, lady carnarvon says the vast estate costs $1.5 million a year to run.
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the money raised by those tours keeps the castle up and running and -- >> you know, sam is -- sam is away. i bet you he's there. he's away this week. you know, because he's a big fan. >> there's a rumor that he might be doing his joffrey accent taking a tour as we speak. >> could be. >> let's hope so. let's hope so. i hope somebody is rolling on this. >> joffrey, we miss you. >> yes. and finally in "pop news," what's better than one baby giraffe? how about two? you know what, make them twins. the only living set of reticulated giraffe twins in the u.s., now almost 3 weeks old. there you see the female calf and the male at the natural bridge wildlife ranch in new braunfels. remember mom giraffe -- this is important for you to know. mom giraffes give birth. they give birth to the giraffe and the giraffe falls six feet to the ground. that hurts. the baby giraffes are doing just fine.
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>> i want one thing. >> no. >> what is reticulated? >> you know what, you need to look it up. thank you very much. that's "pop news." ginger, where are you? do we hear "poison"? "poison" playing somewhere? >> the goats. yeah, and we're right here with the miniature horses and, kids, who wants to brush the horses? >> all: me! >> they're very, very excited. that's what you can do at kids zoo you. we want to thank you, by the way, our favorite channel, the only channel to watch if you're in philadelphia for having us and bringing us here. this is so fun, is it not? >> all: yeah. >> they're loving, loving loving -- the horses are so beautiful. let's get right to the weather, though, the forecast, not only severe weather but heavy rain. some places could get up to a half foot, and that's on top of what they already had over that inundated weekend, and, of course, the southwest, we got to talk about the other part of the country that is going to be drier and hotter. not good for fires but look at some of those numbers. los angeles getting close to 90, palm springs up around 105 this weekend.
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>> lara, do you see what is on my shirt here? this is from my friend molly so i've moved on. dusty. >> oh, molly already a thing of the past. wow, you're tough, ginger. thank you so much, ginger, and, by the way, everybody, reticulated having a pattern that looks like a network. just fyi. learn something every day in "pop news." thanks, josh. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." kelly osbourne's new revealing
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of living longer is brought to you by walgreen's, at the corner of happy and healthy. [ cheers ] and now we've got the dance party going on from the '90s right now slimming it down in times square. but we're going to turn now to the "heat index," stories trending right now and kicking it off with kelly osbourne on the cover of "cosmo." the tv star opens up about her most personal issues including her love life addiction and her famed dad. abc's bianna golodryga is here to tell us about it. >> who else could pull off pink and gray hair and looks fantastic. quite a challenging year for kelly osbourne. between her mysterious seizure last month to her famous dad ozzy going public after falling off the wagon. in a brand-new interview a candid kelly reveals a new life and even a new love. looking svelte, sexy and very much in love, kelly osbourne is opening up on the cover of "cosmopolitan" magazine's july issue. >> on the set of my cover shoot. >> reporter: getting candid
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about ozzy's latest admission of falling off the wagon, she says she respects his honesty, not hiding his addiction. "it doesn't make me love him any less. it took me a long time to get to that place but i understand it now and my mother does too." her mother, sharon osbourne, recently talked about her heartache after lettering of his relapse in april on "the talk." >> i'm devastated right now. >> reporter: but kelly know what her dad is going through because she too has struggled with her own addiction entering rehab twice admitting it's a lifelong struggle. "i'm an addict. it's going to be one of those things we battle for the rest of our lives. i take the necessary precautions." and although kelly faced a health scare in march, suffering a seizure while on the set of her show e!'s "fashion police" she decided to stay mum on the topic. >> what we're seeing right now is kelly really at this flash point of growing up and she is truly deeply in love and she's making peace with her family. >> reporter: one topic kelly is
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not mum about, her how life has changed since losing a whopping 70 pounds. in typical osbourne candor, she admits the extra attention from guys is not always met with kindness. "i get hit on all the time and i'm like, i've always been me. you didn't like me before." but she says her boyfriend of two years chef matthew mosshart, encourages her to be nice. and proving she really is her father's daughter, she belted out one of her favorite karaoke tunes "total eclipse of the heart." ♪ and i need you now tonight >> reporter: a rock music heiress determined for a bright future eclipsing her darker past. kelly says she hopes to have children and she tells "cosmo" moving forward she wants happiness and even a golden globe and in typical kelly fashion used some colorful language when addressing critics saying people think this is my 15 minutes, well, blank you. i've got an hour and i think we know what blank you meant.
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i said blank you. that was approved by our producer. >> well done. >> thank you so much, bianna. next on the "gma heat index," abercrombie & fitch under fire after refusing to offer larger sizes and controversial remarks made by their ceo. the company has now apologized and even met with some teens and abc's rebecca jarvis is back again and has more on this story. hey, again, rebecca. >> reporter: hello again, robin. the saga is blowing up online and across the country and now the controversial company has money problems. its stock tanking 10% after its latest earnings announcement. the viral backlash against abercrombie & fitch, its sizing policies and now infamous ceo just won't quit. >> congratulations, mike jeffries. you excited a whole lot of people over this controversy. >> reporter: from youtube videos. >> don't fat people spend money as well. >> reporter: to boycotts. >> not only will i not let my kids shop at abercrombie again, i will not let them wear what they already have in their closet. >> reporter: even this jimmy kimmel sketch.
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>> abercrombie's ceo says that he does not make clothes for fat people. but that doesn't mean that fat people can't wear abercrombie's clothes. i feel fantastic, and i'm going to wear this shirt everywhere. >> reporter: the public outcry still escalating a month after we first reported the retailer doesn't carry women's sizes above a large, and the ceo only wants cool kids in his clothes. once telling "salon" magazine, "a lot of people don't belong in our clothes and they can't believe belong. are we exclusionary? absolutely." the company finally responding last week to protesters meeting with the organizers of this chicago rally. >> these kids are serious. they have had enough. >> i'm cautiously optimistic when i think back if we continue an open dialogue with abercrombie & fitch, we can really make some real change in their business and in businesses across the world. >> reporter: abercrombie issuing this statement, "we look forward to continuing this dialogue and taking concrete steps to demonstrate our commitment to
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anti-bullying and support of diversity and inclusion." the company also apologized for past comments. >> i honestly believe that we will hear from them and that there will be a next step. i'll be highly disappointed if there isn't. >> and if there isn't, we'll take action, not against them but if nothing changes and if another comment comes out from mike jeffries similar to the one he made before, that's not okay. >> reporter: but for some like blogger jess baker, creator of this faux abercrombie campaign, "it's too little too late. your apology doesn't change this," she writes. >> i know something will happen. we made it clear to abercrombie we won't stop until it does. >> reporter: sources at abercrombie tell me the company expects to make an announcement next week with more details on how they'll support anti-bullying, but this pr nightmare is just the tip of the iceberg for abercrombie's problems. the trendy retailer announced friday that its u.s. sales fell
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17% in the first quarter, and those are declines that actually started before the controversial comments erupted. money, that dollar sign, is what drives decisions, and if they see an impact, it will change things there. >> and consumers have a voice. they really have a voice. >> vote with your dollar. that's right. >> thank you there, rebecca. all right, also burning up the "heat index" this morning, jennifer aniston stars in the new movie "we're the millers" where she bares that incredibly toned body. how does she keep this bod so fit? yogalosophy. that's how she does it. abc's rachel smith, host of "on the red carpet" has the details for us. >> reporter: she's the hottest star on the red carpet. a celebrity whose every haircut is documented and easy sense of style emulated, and then, of course, there's that stunning silhouette. now, jennifer aniston's secret to staying so beautiful is rolled out in yogalosophy, a 28-day program by aniston's
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longtime friend and instructor mandy ingber. >> it's yoga paired with toning exercises so people bored by yoga might try it or people realy into yoga might get a little extra workout. >> reporter: i found out that little extra is challenging. this is really difficult already. >> yes. >> reporter: it's these killer moves that jen credits for her fit physique. my thighs are burning. >> she and i do it about three times a week, but i think that's a good baseline for anything you're wanting to do regularly. >> reporter: her favorite pose, the tree. >> she's really good at it. be able to find your sense of focus in the middle of a lot that's going on. >> reporter: this is how jen gets those abs. >> exactly. this is all core. >> reporter: at the core of mandy's fitness philosophy are five objectives. love your body. >> focus on the best. >> reporter: set short-term goals. >> i do three or four sets. >> reporter: make healthy choices. oh, girl, we are going to have to battle for this avocado because i love some avocado. >> me too.
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>> reporter: visualize your best. i feel very graceful right now. >> yes. >> reporter: and give and receive support. >> oh, my gosh, people think sheu must work out all the time. she's just really, really consistent. >> reporter: is yoga alone enough? >> once you start developing that mindfulness and sense of connection to your body, you just want to make healthier choices. >> reporter: like what we eat. >> look, we're behind the scenes, behind the scenes at "gma." this is the perfect snack. >> reporter: looks like our sound man has read the book. mandy says yoga completes a well-balanced life. >> well, i don't consider yoga a replacement for, say, cardiovascular exercise, and i think that's important. namaste. >> namaste. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, los angeles. >> i feel so centered just watching it. you know who else does, let's go to the control room. usually she's the dancing director. today lily is doing tree pose. >> nice. she is also referred to as the
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downward dog director. lily, we wish you namaste, my friend. and now now must go. >> now must go. >> oldie but goody. lara. up next, our exclusive interview with jennifer lopez. a woman on a mission of sorts recording, performing and now executive producing a new show "the fosters" all while caring for her twins. abc's nick watt has the story. ♪ >> reporter: jennifer lopez is -- >> make love, don't fight. >> reporter: -- a whole lot sexy. ♪ she has a new album out, and she's executive producing "the fosters." a multi-ethnic family drama with two moms and an intriguing blend of biological, adopted and fostered children. >> this is definitely a nontraditional sort of family. this really has base themes that are important, which is family equals love, a place where
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you're accepted, completely, loved unconditionally, protected. >> reporter: "the fosters" begins when one of the moms, a vice principal, meets a troubled kid who needs some love. >> who is this? >> oh, this is cali. she's going to be staying with us for a little while. >> reporter: being a mother yourself, being in what you call a nontraditional family. >> i am. i am a nontraditional family. sure, i mean, the whole idea is that this family is something that is very reflective of our society right now so, yes, me being a single mom, their dad doesn't live at home with them, they have three stepbrothers from two other moms, you know, that's not traditional. >> reporter: j. lo has two kids, twins with her ex, marc anthony. >> putting a show like this on to me is something that, you know, goes, listen, there is no perfect, what family is supposed to be. it's about love, it's about -- and that's what i constantly remind myself of because i let society kind of get in my head, as well. oh, it shouldn't be like this. i failed. i did this. i did that.
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no, they're happy. they're healthy, they're loved more than anything in the world and they're going to be fine. i want them to know that. >> reporter: star, of course, of "the wedding planner," she's been married three times in real life. current squeeze, casper smart, 18 years her junior. they recently bought a dog together. any plans to add to your family a new husband, perhaps? >> not any time soon. >> reporter: really? >> yeah. >> reporter: my schoolboy stutter returned when i asked if we'll ever see her act in "the fosters." surely a cameo from you somewhere down the line, bad girl, older sister perhaps. >> older sister, you're sweet. no, i don't know. i don't know. i feel like the show stands on its own. of course, i'll do whatever i can to bring attention to make sure people watch it. is the cameo the perfect way to do it, maybe, maybe not. i don't know. whatever happens i'm up for. >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> all right, the series premiere of "the fosters" monday june 3rd, 9:00, 8:00 central on abc family, and remember,
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pitbull here friday for our "gma summer concert" event and jennifer lopez performing live on "gma" july 19th and from that -- do we have it -- ♪ that girl is poison >> get up, lara. you know you want to. >> wow. what is with that? >> i guess a breakfast break. ♪ >> oh.
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>> now from abc7 news, good morning, i am kristen sze. another bolt problem on the new span of the bay bridge is coming to light today. bolts used to anchor the railing for the new bicycle path failed. a protective cap was not welded properly. it caused the cap to break. caltran says it happened a year ago. they have fixed the problem. officials plan to show the repairs to the media today. >> a traffic barrier to prevent head-on collisions on the golden gate bridge will be in play in two years. the bridge district has received more than $20 million from regional and federal grants for the $26.5 million project. final paperwork and review is done so construction and begin. where are the problems in the only commute? leyla gulen? >>guest: i can tell you there is a problem on southbound 101
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due to a car fire at sfo. as we take a look at marin, northbound, 101 at highway 37, a motorcycle crash there has reported the lanes blocked. kristen? >> a check on the forecast
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>> we are starting to see sunshine in concord at 60, and same in san jose and mid-to-upper 50's. the clouds will give way to sunrise and temperatures are about the same as they were year. a lost 60's and 70's.
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but check out this seven-day forecast, especially friday, saturday, and sunday, ♪ a little times square slimdown doing it all week long. today, a '90s dance break. big new dance craze at crunch, i'm told. dancers here. >> there you go. coming up, in this half hour, so many people talking about the incredible costumes in "the great gatsby." i mean, they were just so spectacular. very excited to tell you how you can get the look for a whole lot less. >> speaking of dance parties, "the great gatsby," also clive owen with his co-star dishing on their new thriller. cannot wait to talk to them. robin, it is ka cav nekacav --
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>> you knew i would bust a move if i was out there. dance break. i am here because abc's "the lookout" premieres tonight, a guide to the modern consumer jungle. abc's bill weir and cynthia mcfadden are anchoring the show, good enough to get up early. this is early for you guys. watching you late at night. set the dvr. hey, very excited about the show. tell us because we've seen the promos for awhile but give us a sense of what this is all about. >> it is a consumer jungle out there. what we'll try to do is sort out the good guys, the people -- there are a lot of good people doing a lot of important services for people and some quality work. but there's some people who aren't doing that. >> not so nice. >> so we'll try to separate that. >> what's your take on it, bill? >> well, trying to sell us stuff all the time, right? we're just bombarded with sales pitches like this one, frankly. but here we're sincere in we want to help you sort out, save your family money, who is selling a line and do it in a way you haven't seen.
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my journey to zurich to look for an infomercial king by the name of kevin trudeau. >> he looks a little wooden there. we'll get to that in a moment. have you a piece, my friend, and it's something that a consumer is very concerned about, homeowners especially. >> mold, after all these franken storms, we've heard a lot about mold and it's a real problem and can be not only a problem that can be expensive to fix but a real health issue. so we wanted to help people try to figure out whether or not their home may have mold and if so what they would do about it and what they can trust. >> a sneak peek. >> they made several openings that would allow inspectors to see inside the walls for their diagnosis. >> it's a clean machine. >> reporter: finally we pepper the house with hidden cameras and microphones. >> a lot more. >> reporter: put a control room in the garage and call in seven mold inspectors. >> you're helping people but
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also showing how you really get to the investigation. how you set things up. >> you know, robin, i mean bill and i talked about it a lot but soen 0 the thing that's most interesting when we're doing investigation is the process and what we sit around at the lunch table and over a drink and talk about are the things that viewers don't usually see so this time we're pulling up the curtain and we're going to say, ride in the jump seat and see how we do it. a homeowner who worked with us, let us put cameras all over the house and brought in two experts who said this house does not have a mold problem. mold does not need to be involved. we invited in seven contractors. wait till you see what happens. >> are you getting -- >> how do you know? i know your guy. i remember seeing him in his infomercials. >> up after midnight in the 20th century. kevin trudeau the late night infomercial king who sold a dizzying array of hope, baldness cures and pain tape and has a
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club now, star attraction of a club that promises you to sell you the secret of 1% if you pay 150 bucks a month but found him on the streets of zurich and i got a chance to ask him about the fact he was selling mind-blowing information about december 21st, 2012. remember that. you also sold this whole mayan apocalypse. >> a lot of people sold things about that, 2012. i was one of the only guys who other than a lot of the doomssayers said nothing is going to happen. >> no, you did say something is going to happen. >> something happening for sure, 100% guaranteed, december 21st, 2012. are you going to be ready? are you going to be wondering where is the best place to be? i'll tell you. if you're not willing to pay for this data, you don't deserve getting it. >> did those people get their money back. >> i don't know of anybody who asked for a refund. >> really? >> in trouble for that. what he is in trouble for is bamboozling folks into buying
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his diet book. he owes $37 million after a federal judge decided he misled meese people. amazing journey. you can't believe the twists and turns. >> what you hoping people sitting down watching it will get out of it. >> buyer beware. >> it's the oldest legal idea, right, caveat emptor. beware. we'll help you beware. on the l >> creative, creative way. great to see you, bill, cynthia, as always, "the lookout" premieres 10:00, 9:00 central. right back out to lara and josh. >> thank you. we are really going out here. co-founder of too fly, dance program offered at select crunch gyms nationwide. you've been watching it in action. every time we had a dance break this was happening as the dance party -- >> you hear poison? welcome you guys.
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>> thank you. >> how long have we been doing this? >> oh, this has been going on as long as we've been alive. we're dancing. >> the party started. >> the party started. >> it looks like if nothing else every muscle group being used. >> absolutely. >> getting a workout. >> so i'm sure the question a lot at home might be asking, what if i can't dance? will this workout help? meaning me. >> my question is do you like to have a good time? >> yes. >> then you can dance. you're too fly, you're too fly. everybody here is too fly. >> i'm a one fly. >> i think you're a too fly. you have a bbd. >> i'm going to make sure you're doing it right. i'll stand right here. >> we'll jump in. we have and hips. >> whoo, yeah. >> you can do this. you can do this. ♪ ♪ poison >> this one. you know this one.
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to the right. >> to the left. to the right. come on. let's go. whoo. >> come on. >> make it stop. mommy, make it stop. no, no, no. >> hey. >> i feel better already. >> you're not moving. >> and having fun. >> hey. >> thank you. >> that was great. >> ginger zee in for sam at kids zoo you in philadelphia. doing a final check of the weather and more special guests. ginger >> that's right, lots of special guests. this is michael. he's 3 and so many children watching the running of the goats. look at that. they're up and over the bridge. they follow the caretakers. it's a pretty fun scene right here. michael, we're going to do weather. can you clap for weather? can you clap for weather. can all of you clap for weather. yes. right to the severe weather, though, because we do have a dangerous situation setting up in the plains. i want to show you exactly who is going to be affected. from oklahoma city up to wichita
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kind of the brunt of that tornado potential today. so that's the folks that need to be really on alert. watch your local abc station and stay with us here because we will be covering it all night. a look then across the nation, >> we start off with clouds and a lot sunshine and low-to-upper 70's inland and low 60's around san francisco to mid-60's in the south bay and 60 loan the coast. check out the hea >> now, this weather report brought to i by and this is andy baker with the zoo here and children coming here, this is brand new. what do we need to know? >> kids are zoo. fantastic place to bring your family for them to bond with animals and learn what they can do to help animals around the world. bring the kid in you to the
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philadelphia zoo is you. >> you eat fast. >> those goats are hungry. we turn now to a brand-new book out, her father is a legendary rocker. her sister stella a fashion superstar and now mary mccart in i is making her mark in the world of food. that is the title of her new cookbook where she shares her family's love of the vegetarian dishes inspired by her mom and talks about it with linzie janis. ♪ ♪ jet of a thousand -- >> reporter: her father is one of the most famous rock stars in the world. and her sister, a superstar fashion designer dressing a-listers from kate moss to gwyneth paltrow. now, another mccartney, mary, is sharing her entire family's passion for delicious vegetarian cooking. in a gorgeous new cookbook simply called "food" she's bringing us the style of eating they all learned to love from
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their mom, acclaimed photographer linda. we met at new york city's famed vegetarian restaurant dirt candy. >> i used to make fun of my parents because they'd pick a carrot and say how amazingly tasty it was and we'd all roll our eyes at how boring is that. >> reporter: with the colorful family recipes in her book she's hoping to convince more people that vegetables don't have to be boring or bland. she remembers the very moment her parents decided to give up meat. >> mom and dad were eating a lamb chop and they looked out the window and they were like there's lambs, so cute and then they connected -- oh, we're eating lamb and so they sat us down and said we'll be vegetarian. >> reporter: her dad from then on was obsessed they weren't missing out. >> how to fill the hole in the middle of the plate when there's no meat there. >> reporter: she cooked us one
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of her dad's top requests. >> this is one of my dad's favorite meals that i cook for him quite often. like a nice tomato sauce layered with some goat cheese and some basil on top and then these corn fritters was one of my stepmom's favorites because she loves sweet corn. >> reporter: ah, the amazing flavors of rock 'n' roll royalty. >> it's good, isn't it? >> reporter: it's great. for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> you can find the recipes for mary's cheese and eggplant bake and her sweet corn fritters at on yahoo!. when we come back, clive owen and andrea are here for a sneak peek at their new movie. >> "good morning america's" secrets of living longer brought to you by walgreen's
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welcome back with clive owen and andrea riseborough in the new movie "shadow dancer." a world of suspicion. we welcome you both. that's pretty succinctly said and well put. that's got to be a nice phrase for you both having worked on the film. >> thank you. that's good. >> clive, you play a british agent. if you could try to explain what you're trying to get andrea's character to do. >> well, the film begins with co
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lc colette trying to put a bomb on a train. she's go to prison for a very long time or comes to work for us. that's the beginning of the movie. she goes back into her hard-core i.r.a. world and we're supposed to monitor her from there. you have this incredibly tense, dangerous situation. >> yeah, and what a choice your character is forced to make and your scenes are so heart wrenching. not a lot of words and that was your doing. >> i can't say it was all me. but i was kind of the carrier pigeon. i was bringing little snippets of information back if belfast because we were filming in dublin which is almost -- a wonderful place to film but unhelpful for what we were trying to achieve because we were trying to stay in our belfast bubble. one of the pieces of information that was useful that i brought back is that the strength she had was her silence and
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originally she talks a lot in the script so it was really valuable we pared it down. >> i want to show everybody a clip. you're having a secret meeting but there's clearly a trust issue. take a look. >> what? >> we've been through this before. >> listen to me. you've got a job to do. >> i dropped -- >> you've got to pull yourself together otherwise this won't work. you've made your choice. >> i'm scared. i'm scared. >> no, you're not. that's not going to happen. i'm not going to let that happen. >> the twists and turns begin. it is incredible. clive, i know you were in belfast during this time in the '90s. what was it like? >> yeah, i was doing a play. i toured and went there for a week right in the middle of the trouble. it was a very different place. it was very scary and there were soldiers on the street, helicopters at night. it was -- you think back and
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it's not that long ago. it was a war zone literally. >> you came on to the film after andrea had already been up and running. what was that like to sort of jump in? >> well, i was actually sent the script and i wasn't going to work. i was going to take some time off and the script was so good and so compelling and so well written that spoke to james and i jumped straight from the thing i was doing and joined them in dublin. >> james martha shall and the incredible director. and i thought this was interesting. you have a connection on so many ways, grew up in similar area of london, same schooling and also both worked with madonna about to get your impressions. >> true. that's true. that's right, yeah. >> and you, of course, she chose to be the lead in her film last year. >> "nwe." >> your impressions. >> mine was much shorter. mine was seven minutes long. i thought -- >> impact. >> it was very funny. guy ritchie directed it, as well, yeah, so it was a funny thing. had a good time with it. >> and you, what was it like
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working with the great madonna? >> it was a fantastic time. i was -- i was so proud to be part of that movie ands a wonderful character to play. >> well, it's great to talk to both of you. andrea and clive, always great to see you all. thanks for getting up early. everybody, do check out "shadow dancer" opening in theaters this friday. coming up here, how you can get the hottest looks from another great film, "the great gatsby." we'll give them to you for a whole lot less. stay with us on "good morning america."
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♪ that girl is -- >> dance break. >> look at them. too fly fitness group. >> they were great. >> they were fantastic. >> thank you so much for lily for cutting away. >> you can cut back now. >> in the chair i can dance,
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you're right. >> do the sprinkler. >> oh, boy. >> take the music. >> we're thinking with all this great retro about "the great gatsby." it's raking it in the box office making over 100 million just? the u.s. alone and it's also inspired new fashion trends, so we asked our friends at "in style" to help us go flapper at prices we can afford and abc's tanya rivero has the fashion dish. ♪ >> reporter: the roaring '20s are so right now. with the visually stunning "the great gatsby" leaving us gasping for flapper fashions. >> decadent movie focused around a deck depth time, diamonds and crystal embellished dresses and he headbands and feather. >> reporter: under catherine martin, prada provided the exquisite clothe, tiffany and co
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the jewels. our friends at "in style" took three outfits from the film and put them together at a price aspiring daisies everywhere can afford. modeling a look from the first scene of the movie. we've re-created it and this whole outfit under $200. pearls from charming charlie, a mere $15. >> this top looks so expensive. >> it's just under 1$100. the pants are from h&m and shoes from shoe dazzle. >> it's inspired by jordan baker. and more amore here. >> it is, you get the clip-on earrings, you get more cuffs. you just don't stop. you completely pile it on. >> daisy buchanan come to life. >> she really, really is. >> for this look we got a dress that had some vintage details in it. added on this faux fur jacket. so in case you think only actresses or models can pull off the flapper look we're here to tell you real women can do it
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too so go for it. for "good morning america," tanya rivero, abc news, new york. >> yowza. head to on yahoo! to find out where you can get all those looks for less. we'll be right back.
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♪ that girl is poison." >> the "gma" family is growing.
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our dear sal -- if we need anything we go to sal. he and his wife, beautiful wife danielle, their son. anthony weighing in at over ten pounds. >> a killer. he's a football player. quick to three. give it to three. say thank you. >> thank you, danielle, for pushing that baby out. >> all ten plus pound. >> all ten plus pounds. >> congratulations, sal. >> thank you very much. >> yeah. >> that was awesome.
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>> now from abc7 news, good morning, i am kristen sze. the bay area, with the giants hosting the a's at at&t pork and we need the game time forecast. >> sunny at 60, dropping to the mid-50's with a rapid return to sunshine over the next couple of hours and temperatures in the 70's inland, and 60's and 70's around the bay, and 50's, mainly 59 to 60 at the coast. check out the heat coming on friday, saturday, and sunday. >> a look if san jose along 280 as you come away from 17, you are nine minutes to get to cupertino and look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is looking very busy out there, and oakland
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to san francisco will take you announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the new thriller "shadow dancer," clive owen. nd we're kidding up with the kardashians with khloe kardashian odom. and a performance from international pop trio il volo. ll next on the emmy-winning now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: i can't


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