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good morning, america. breaking right now, the american mom behind bars in mexico on drug charges is released overnight. back safe across the border just hours ago. surveillance video is key to the release. >> i'm very grateful i'm free. breaking news on that growing poison plot using ricin. the fbi questioning a person of interest in texas overnight. at least three threatening letters now, including a new lethal letter sent to the president. the moment of crisis on the alabama school bus, kids taken hostage by a crazed gunman. the entire story playing out on fbi audio files heard for the first time. first ever pictures of the bunker where the boy known as ethan was taken, dramatic abc news exclusive.
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get ready to party with pitbull, he is taking over central park this morning in our huge live gma concert event this morning. >> i can't, i won't, i never will get enough of "gma." ♪ >> big crowd out in central park this morning. good morning, america. everybody down there for pitbull. he is going to be live, he is going to be playing, he is going to be singing, we will have fun this morning. anyone here in the new york area get down there right away. it's going to be a beautiful morning in central park. >> i cannot wait. >> we have a lot of news to get to, including the breaking news on the american mother of seven, set free hours ago. >> it has been a dramatic and emotional morning for the
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arizona mom and her family walking out of prison and into her husband's arms. she is getting into the car with her husband, gary, getting ready to go across the border. abc's gio benitez has just spoken to her in nogales, arizona. good morning. good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning to you. she kept saying those words, "i'm free, i'm free," and this morning, she's thanking the nation for so much support. overnight we heard the first words from a woman who finally is free. >> i want to say thank you to god, because i'm free now. and he sent me good people my way. >> reporter: just hours ago, the mormon mother of seven had been locked up, accused of smuggling drugs on board a charter bus in the mexican town of los moches. >> i'm very grateful that i'm free for my family, my children. >> reporter: late thursday abc news crossed the border into
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mexico and met with the officials who had charged maldonado with smuggling 12 pounds of marijuana onto that bus more than a week ago. soldiers who stopped the bus at a checkpoint told police the packages of pot were found strapped under maldonado's seat. just moments ago, abc news spoke exclusively with maldonado. >> i'm tired. i'm exhausted. i had a long day. >> reporter: you've had a long nine days. >> yes. >> reporter: in surveillance videos screened by abc news, but which was not released to the public, maldonado could be seen boarding the bus with a medium-sized purse on her right shoulder, and two bottles of water in her hands. her husband gary also boarded carrying blankets. did you ever lose hope? >> no. i never lose hope. it was a nightmare. >> reporter: while the judge hearing her case said he would make a decision by friday afternoon, around midnight local time the family was told she would be released. >> how are you able to smile right now?
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how are you able to have such optimism? >> because i have freedom. i'm free. free. i'm here. >> reporter: incredibly, she says she will keep visiting her family in mexico, but perhaps, robin, she said with that smile, perhaps not by a bus. robin. >> i don't blame her for that. from the beginning she was adamant that she was innocent. >> and you see the joy on her face this morning. great. thank you, guys. we turn to the latest on those letters laced with the poison ricin. the fbi is questioning a person of interest in the case after we learned that another ricin letter was sent to president obama. brian ross is following the case. the letter seems similar to and connected to the ones sent to mayor bloomberg. >> fbi agents on the move, as the search intensifies for the person or persons responsible for this latest set of ricin mailings.
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overnight a team of fbi agents surrounded a home in the town of new boston, texas. authorities say they are questioning a person of interest. authorities say they are responding after the man's wife called police to say she had noticed suspicious items in her refrigerator and searches on the family computer for ricin. new boston is an hour and a half from shreveport, louisiana, where the ricin letters were postmarked. a copy of the letter sent to the new york mayor obtained by abc news shows it was postmarked in shreveport on may 20th, the colored stains on the letter are remnants of the ricin poison. among the threats, "you will have to kill me and my family before you get my guns. and, what's in this letter is nothing compared to what i've got planned for you." >> he says anyone who comes for my guns will be shot in the face. >> reporter: the u.s. mail has been flooded with some 45,000 threatening letters with unknown
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substances in the last dozen years, almost all of them hoaxes. this year there have been at least six letters sent to public figures confirmed by the fbi as containing ricin. >> if it's the real stuff and you get enough of it in your system, it's lethal. and there is no antidote for it. >> reporter: in another major overnight development, there is now a second apparently separate set of ricin letters. the fbi says 38-year-old matthew bouquet, arrested last week in spokane, washington sent five suspected ricin letters earlier this month. and among his targets, like one of the letters from shreveport, was president obama. which means two different people in two different places, spokane and shreveport, louisiana, both sent ricin letters to the white house. the mailings were only a week apart. at the moment there is nothing known to connect the two different attacks, george. >> a little bit of an outbreak, i guess in part because ricin is so easy to make. >> it's easy to make but so far the stuff they found is not that toxic. and authorities say it really would not present real health hazard.
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but it is ricin and the person who sent it, obviously intended to cause harm. >> okay, brian. thanks very much. now to the tornados that targeted oklahoma overnight. part of an outbreak in the last 24 hours. abc's ginger zee on the road there tracking them. and she joins us from outside tulsa in broken arrow, oklahoma. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the reported tornado that shredded this roof and a few others and threw pieces of a gas station way over here and through this field, it was one of 16 reported tornadoes more than 280 severe weather reports. >> there it is! right there, a tornado on the ground. >> reporter: overnight, new images as twisters take aim at tulsa. as people scramble to safety. >> get on the ground! >> reporter: this tornado's winds whipping east of tulsa, just one of 16 tornadoes reported in just 24 hours. >> mom, has it come back this way? >> reporter: five people were
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injured by storms tearing across arkansas. two men were sent to the hospital after being struck by lightning. >> this is the wall cloud. we've seen it lower right here. we will get going and stay with the storm. in oklahoma, helicopters chasing the storms from above. we were right underneath them. right here on the north side just trying to lower, we are very close, you can hear the tornado warnings blaring. look. from our chase to oklahoma city, the sky turning nearly black, looming with ominous clouds illuminated only by lightning. in missouri, winds snapping power poles ripping trees from roots, destroying these boats. damage like this or worse is again possible, unfortunately. look at this area. tulsa is included. it goes to oklahoma city and up to joplin and fayetteville, arkansas. the severe weather risk in general stretches from detroit through indianapolis to little rock. again, we are on a third day of this large energetic system, and we'll be tracking it for you
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right here from oklahoma. robin. >> ginger, thank you very much. quite a week for that area. turn to josh elliott with the other developing stories this morning. >> good morning to both of you. we begin with a wildfire more than doubling in size now burning out of control north of los angeles and the angeles national forest. the powerhouse fire roaring dangerously close to high voltage power lines. overnight crews got a break, when the wind died down hundreds of residents told to evacuate, were allowed to return home. but today's heat could help spread those flames once again. the surviving boston marathon bombing suspect reportedly told his parents he and his slain brother are innocent. dzhokhar tsarnaev's mother says she spoke to him on the phone for the first time since the attacks. she says her son is recovering so well that he managed to walk to the phone without a wheelchair. but she says he still doesn't understand what happened. the family of a young michigan woman says the fbi
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confirmed that she was killed fighting in syria's civil war. syrian tv showed what appeared to be nicole mansfield's passport and license. her family tells the detroit free press the 33-year-old converted to islam when she got married. she was apparently killed while fighting alongside rebel forces. near seattle, a small plane crash did this. the plane landing actually in the side of a house. two men on board flying from oregon, they hit bad weather. they are okay. and fortunately, no one was inside the house at the time of the crash. and a disturbing sign of the times in the newspaper business. the chicago sun times is laying off its entire staff of photographers. photo journalists, though, shooting the news, even when they are the story, one of the men laid off took this picture, snapped a photo of his colleagues in shock. learning the news. it's not every day you see
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steven tyler, jimmy buffet, james taylor, and the new kids on the block sharing a stage. but it happened last night. ♪ come together right now over me ♪ and appropriate anthem and rallying cry at the boston strong concert raising money for victims of the marathon bombing, steven tyler saying boston got its heart broken but he said, and i do quote, if they think they can keep us down, they can dream on. ding ding. >> here here. >> it was great having him here. >> remarkable. remarkable. what a great thing last night. >> thanks, josh. turn to new allegations of sexual assault in the military, this time involving three members of the naval academy football team. abc's martha raddatz is covering this. martha, one of the ironies here, the president spoke out about the sexual assaults at the naval academy's commencement. >> reporter: we learned one of
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the accused players was supposed to graduate that day but was not allowed to, because of the investigation. the senior, who was supposed to graduate with his fellow midshipmen that day, is alleged to be the principal perpetrator in the sexual assault while he completed requirements for graduation, the navy wants to finish the investigation before he is allowed to leave. it was one week ago today president obama told the graduates that sexual assault had no place in the greatest military on earth. >> those who commit sexual assault are not only committing a crime, they threaten the trust and discipline that makes our military strong. >> reporter: the accuser in the sexual assault said that three midshipmen assaulted her a year ago. but four months later, she said she no longer wanted to pursue the case. it was dropped. and then in february of this year, she changed her mind. it is now an ongoing investigation. the investigation comes amid a slew of sexual assault cases in
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the military. a recent pentagon report saying as many as 26,000 last year, up from 19,000 the year before. currently, a marine corps major is being tried for allegedly raping a female midshipman while he was an instructor at the academy. next week all service chiefs and the chairman appear before a senate committee to talk about sexual assault in the military, and what they are doing to try to address the crisis. robin. >> martha, thank you very much. another controversy, the president of ohio state university back in the hot seat for a controversial joke he made about priests at notre dame. a lot of catholics not finding it funny. and this is not the first time he's come under fire. abc's lindsay davis has the story. >> reporter: gordon gee is the powerful president of the country's third largest university, ohio state. but this morning he's
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apologizing to several other top schools after disparaging comments he made were caught on tape. >> the fathers are holy on sunday and they are holy hell the rest of the week. you know, you just can't trust those damn catholics on a thursday or friday. >> reporter: this audio recording obtained by the associated press cap tours comments gee made in december at a meeting of the school's athletic council reportedly stating notre dame was never invited to join ohio state in the big ten conference. among other comments gee takes a shot at the university of louisville suggesting that school is not equal to ohio state academically. >> the number one criteria is to make sure we have institutions of like-minded integrity. so you won't see us adding louisville. >> reporter: ohio state called the comments offensive and not presidential in nature. and gee would be subject to a remediation plan. gee has issued his own apology, calling his comments a poor attempt at humor and entirely
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inappropriate. notre dame called the remarks most regrettable, but released a statement saying president gee has contacted father jenkins, notre dame's president to offer an apology that he has accepted. this morning while some catholics are calling for gee's resignation, bill donahue, president of the catholic league, giveness. >> if we can't distinguish between someone who made an off color remark in jest and someone who maliciously and repeatedly tries to stick it to catholics, then we are the ones who have the problem. >> reporter: over the years gee has apologized for several comments he made including last year when he compared a lack of coordination at the school to the polish army something one polish american group called slanderous display of bigotry and ignorance. despite calls for termination for the latest remarks no word from the college that would suggest gee's job is in jeopardy. robin. >> lindsay, thank you very much. let's talk about a young man with a bright future ahead of him. >> yes.
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boy, did he give us tremendous theater last night. we are going to go to the w-i-n-n-e-r of the all time american favorite, the scripps spelling bee. the 86th edition. tough words to spell all day and night long. those kids knew their stuff, and boy was the competition fierce. >> the 13-year-old from new york city proved a third time really is the charm. >> k-n-a-i-d-e-l. knaidel. >> basking in the glow of his winning moment. >> i think he's happy. >> he's soaking it all in. the aspiring physicist shyly cracked his knuckles. that demeanor bye lying the
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tough as nails competitor. last two years he finished in third. both times foiled by words derived from german. >> i have been cursed by the german language. >> instead of giving up he studied harder, this year the time came to spell the word meaning leavened bread. >> knaidel, may i have the language derived. >> german derived yiddish. >> he was ready and now living proof if at first you don't succeed, try a third time. i had the pleasure of speaking with him this morning. coming in third the last two years, how did it feel to finally have that confetti fall on you? >> i was actually very excited, to have the championship. at that time, it didn't really register that i had won. >> you faced your nemesis there, words derived from german, when you heard knaidel, did you know you had it won? >> yes.
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because i had studied knaidel previously. >> i see the trophy behind you. it looks pretty big and awfully weighty, i understand yesterday you were doing some rather intense preparations just in case you were the one who lifted it. what were you doing? >> i just lifted a couple weights just when the time comes i'd be prepared. >> i tell you what, you are a shining example of what a wonderful future we have before all of us. congratulations to you, the 2013 scripps national spelling bee champion. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. >> he is a budding physicist, he says he's hanging them up. with all that time he's going to study physics. >> he's hanging up the letters? >> yes. he's going to make our lives a much better place. >> you almost got him to smile. >> i'm sure he was beaming inside. >> very proud moment for all. let's get back to ginger zee in for sam with the latest on the heat raising the temperature here in the northeast.
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good morning again, ginger. >> reporter: hey, there. already in the mid70s, yes, you are in for it today. up around 90, and the air quality not going to be good either. let's get to that map and see who is affected with the high temperatures today. on top of this we have a big rain problem from tulsa to chicago, eight states in flood watches or warnings. your local forecast coming up in just 30 seconds. but first, your uv index brought by coppertone.
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hot and dry in california. i'll have the fire forecast coming up. back to robin and george. >> thank you, ginger. ahead an "gma," a gripping abc news exclusive. >> he is asking for kids. >> he's asking for kids? >> yes, ma'am. >> he's aiming the gun at the bus driver. >> yes. >> what's going on? >> inside the moment of crises on that alabama school bus. the dramatic fbi audio files heard for the first time. >> the hottest father/son duo,
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third rail damaged by a opinions vehicle collision overnight. leyla gulen has been following this and the alternatives all morning. leyla gulen? >> thanks, eric. i want you to see what h.p. is, looking at the bay bridge toll plaza 20-minute delay through the tolls. the san mateo bridge has clearer conditions. muni is providing extra subway train station from embarcardero to the west portal station and two extra ferries are added to help you out this morning. >> we will continue to track that story. when we come back, our meteorologist will have the bay
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>> it is friday, and starting off nice. most of us are in the 50's and half moon bay is 46, and in downtown san francisco, look at all the sunshine, the big story, pour to ten degrees warmer today, and the warming trend will last throughout the weekend. i am seeing 90's in the east bay valley and the coast will have the cooler weather in the mid 60's. the seven-day forecast, the heat peaks tomorrow and a ten degree drop on monday and
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♪ yeah, yeah the party bus is out, good morning america. heading out to central park. pitbull and all those dancers are getting ready to play, getting ready to sing. loading up the party bus. >> come on out. the party bus is loaded. are you guys excited? we are all in our miami white for mr. worldwide on our way to central park. come join us for pitbull. back to you in the studio. come on, everybody. >> he did say he wanted to bring miami to manhattan. and it's happening, as you can see right out here in central park, heading out there shortly. also ahead, stay tuned for this. the hero bus driver who saved the children in his care, when a
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man with a gun boarded his bus, remember this in alabama, the dramatic fbi tapes being played for the first time. an abc exclusive that pierre thomas will bring us. >> remarkable reporting. also, more trouble for a man's strange behavior and amanda bynes go hand in hand. new alarm bells going off overnight. now what fell low former child stars are saying right now. one of the hottest father/son duos in hollywood. will and jaden smith are here live in the park to tell us about their brand new movie. we can't wait to see them there. we are going to get right to the exclusive, a gripping inside account of what happened when little ethan was kidnapped off the school bus in alabama, all reported by our chief justice correspondent pierre thomas. pierre, this information, these tapes are extraordinary and show
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they show the epitome of heroism. >> reporter: it really is. unprecedented access to what really happened when ethan was kidnapped. it was a situation far more dangerous than we ever knew. we will actually hear from the kidnapper for the first time. it's a story about good and evil, about heroes and people willing to make unbelievable sacrifices. the 21 children are almost home, when jimmy lee dykes known as the mean man of the neighborhood storms on to their alabama school bus wielding a gun. >> i need two boys 6 to 8 years old. >> reporter: he wants to kidnap the children. the bus driver resists the man he thought was his friend. it is all caught on tape heard her exclusively for the first time. >> i can't do it. >> do it. >> sorry. you're going to have to shoot me. >> how about i shoot a kid? >> no. >> do it. do it. >> it's my responsibilities -- >> i can't help that. >> i can't turn them over to somebody else. >> reporter: unrelenting dykes turns to the children.
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come here, kid, and the two in the back. you, and the girl and that boy right there. come here. >> reporter: then he locks in on ethan sitting right behind the driver. the bus driver pleads not ethan and puts himself between the boy and dykes. the other children are screaming and hiding behind their seats. 15-year-old trey the watts has the courage to dial 911. >> he is asking for kids. >> he is asking for kids? >> yes, ma'am. >> he's aiming the gun at the bus driver. >> yes, ma'am. >> what's going on? >> the bus driver -- >> what's he doing now? >> the bus driver dies after being shot five times. dykes drags ethan to an underground bunker he built on his property. ethan has autism and no one knows how he will react. and an army of 300 law enforcement descends on the scene stunned by what's happening in this tiny town of
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midland city, and a six day siege begins. >> my heart just stopped. >> reporter: we spoke exclusively with key members of the team of federal, state and local authorities, who fought to save ethan's life. >> we thought ethan was going to die. >> reporter: this is the bunker seen for the first time, 12 feet below ground. only eight feet by six feet, about the size of a parking space. it has ventilation, electricity, bunk beds, painstakingly built over months. dykes tells police to speak to him through this plastic pipe which has a deadly surprise. there's a bomb in it. >> they were on top of the pipe, that he could have detonated the bomb any time. >> i was immediately concerned. >> reporter: the fbi quickly dispatches molly am mond, one of its top behavioral scientists, to alabama. >> he was angry but intelligent and controlled. >> reporter: police choose words carefully. >> i want to thank him for taking care of our child. >> reporter: they know dykes is watching tv.
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dykes grows more dlij belligerent. it is now day six. listen as he rants at negotiators. >> you go ahead and someone [ bleep ] down that [ bleep ] funnel up there to their death. >> reporter: dykes is furious at the government. >> i have the ability and [ bleep ] to show just how [ bleep ] corrupt this system is, just how corrupt you people are. >> reporter: they say dykes only saw one option, killing himself as a grandiose statement. and there's a bizarre twist. his intent was to have a female reporter down there with him and she would hold his hand, in fact he got his final message out to the world, and then committed suicide in her presence. >> reporter: the danger to ethan is increasing every second. >> he was handling the weapons and the bomb inside of the bunker on a more frequent basis. >> reporter: and dykes has a diabolical plan for ethan. >> jim dykes relayed to negotiators, if anything happens to me, i have told ethan to pull the trigger. that meant he had told ethan to detonate the ied the second ied
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inside the bunker. >> reporter: he's teaching ethan to kill himself. it's decision time. the tactical team would have to rescue ethan by force. the job falls to commander kevin cornelius and his team. men with families. >> it certainly isn't lost on me, majority of them have children as well. >> the command post when authorities were granted to execute the plan, there was silence. >> reporter: the team breaches the bunker with a stun grenade. dykes detonates the exterior with a bomb. >> they received gun fire from mr. dykes. >> reporter: there was an ied inside the bunker? >> yes, sir. he was in the process of trying to detonate it. >> reporter: no one at the command center knows what's happening for several minutes. >> quiet. quiet. i think we were all praying. >> reporter: dykes is shot and killed in the confrontation. ethan and the agents are okay. remarkably sustaining no major injuries. >> reporter: there was so much
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joy in saving ethan. everyone's thoughts quickly return to mr. poland, the bus driver who laid down his life for his friend ethan. a true hero just like the agents who went down the black hole to save a little boy's life. >> selfless act after selfless act. incredible. >> so many times people at home watch the story as it unfolds because it took days, they had no idea until seeing your piece right now, what really happens. and glad that ethan is doing all right. and we do need to remember the bus driver in all of this. >> indeed. in fact during those interviews, i was struck by how these veteran law enforcement officers all had tears in their eyes during the entire process. >> it's that human element. they are family men and women as well. >> indeed. >> remarkable. >> thank you for bringing that to us. >> thank you. more tonight on "world new's and 20/20. >> looking forward to it. >> time for the weather. ginger zee in for sam. she's in broken arrow, oklahoma. hi, ginger.
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>> hi there. you have perfect weather by the way in new york city, as we go through the morning hours for that pitbull concert. but not so perfect this weekend for folks in southern california. fires have been popping up, it's dry and more heat. the numbers go into the 100s, triple bij digits, especially inland. phoenix up to 108, those are big numbers. and we have to show you the feels like factor. it crawls to the midafternoon, it will feel like 97 in d.c., 94 for raleigh. 92 in lexington. it feels like 91 for cleveland. so certainly summer-like. this weather report brought to you by united health care.
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back now with the latest on former child star amanda bynes raising eyebrows overnight with new bizarre behavior. former child stars are also speaking out about her actions. abc's diana perez has our story. >> reporter: these new photos obtained by tmz allegedly show the seemingly out of control star at a trampoline gym in buffalo. wednesday night wearing a brown wig. tmz says this video shows her avoiding paparazzi outside. >> we're not in buffalo and i don't know who you are. >> reporter: on twitter and on camera bynes strangely denies she was there. tweeting, that's not me. that looks nothing like me. on thursday, bynes lashed out at singer lance bass and hollywood blogger paris hilton, telling bass, you're making me crazy. bynes tweeted she has an allergy
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to drugs and alcohol. but these new photos of her reportedly taken in her apartment appear to show suspicious substances on the bed next to her. bynes later said those photos were also not of her. tweeting that's not my bed. those aren't my toes. my toes are pedicured. >> in the old days when actors were having, quote, unquote, moments, it was something that they would try to keep quiet. but now the public aspect of it seems to fuel it. >> reporter: ricky schroeder, a former child star says he's concerned bynes like other young stars has lost control. >> there's a lot of people around who don't care about them and want to capitalize on it. i feel bad. >> reporter: this morning bynes continues documenting her seemingly downward spiral online. posting topless photos to calling supermodel ugly. to threatening to sue police after allegations she threw a marijuana bong out of her apartment. for good morning america, done perez, abc news, new york. >> all right. thank you, diana. coming up, a star-studded party
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here is the play of the day. >> the play of the summer day, truly incredible at the ball yard during a twins brewers game this week. chris parmelee, asking to see it, first baseman, tracking, tracking that foul ball, take a look. >> whoa. >> into the camera well. and comes up with it. that's why he gets paid a lot of money to play that position. >> did he drop it? >> he didn't drop it. caught it and took a tumble. >> it counts?
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>> it counts. >> no concussion. >> no, everybody is good. back out there. you can watch is over and over. an amazing play. also friday bo fer for you. it is so cute. remember titus ashby, the 2-year-old basketball hooping sensation, took on jimmy kimmel and shut him down. he's taking his show on the road on to a bridge. wouldn't you know it. nothing but net. >> adorable. >> and he just kept doing it and doing it and doing it. i have to tell you, i don't care how many times it took him to shoot it. >> he didn't make it more than once. >> he kept making it. >> he gets in the zone. >> it's always going to go. >> in the zone, man. >> oh my gosh. >> some team in the year 2031 is going to draft that kid. and it was great. >> you two need to change. we are headed to the park. okay. >> all right. >> we are going to miami.
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>> get the white out. >> i got the white. >> wear white. >> we got mr. 305 worldwide. we are on our way. oh, by the way will and jaden smith as well. we'll see you in the park. >> let's go. ♪ ula ula, hagamos ♪ ula ula ula ula al revés, ♪ hago que lo imposible sea posible, ♪ ♪ que todo lo increíble se vuelva visible, ♪ ♪ tres, dos, hola, ula... ♪ aplaudan en la luna. ♪ ula ula, hagamos ula ula, ♪ ula ula ula ula al revés, ♪ ula ula, hagamos ula ula, ♪ ula ula ula ula al revés, ♪ ula ula, hagamos ula ula, ♪ ula ula, hagamos ula ula, ♪ ula ula, hagamos ula ula, ...and a great deal. thanks to dad. nope eeeeh... oh, guys
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♪ ♪ come on pitbull in central park, come on back.
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>> now from abc7 news, good morning, we continue with breaking news commuters across the bay can expect long delays on both sides, because bart trains are single tracking through the transbay tube while they work on crews to the third rail inside that was damage overnight by maintenance vehicle. we will look to leyla gulen for the latest on the traffic situation. >> we have a look outside and this is the 80 westbound through berkeley the university avenue overpass in the distance and you are looking at 30-minute drive away from highway 4 to the maze and there is a look at bay
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bridge toll plaza extending another 15 minutes to get to the westbound direction. around the bay area we will see how the other traffic is doing. san mateo is looking good and golden gate br
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ the crowd here in central park, shots from our helicopter
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in the air right now. we appreciate that. and our party bus has been jumping all morning long. and it's great to be out here at the park. we have students from the broadway dance center here to get us all moving, because the one and only pitbull is here live performing in central park only on good morning america. ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ don't stop the party >> we are bringing miami in here this morning. these are mock-tails. a little flavor of south beach. >> sure they are. i will pass it along. >> we saw him at the top of the hour, father and son, will smith, jaden smith here. talking about their new project, phenomenal actor.
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take a look. saying hello to mr. worldwide moments ago there at the sound check. there to say hello. >> and as you probably know, graduation season, we have been following all of the great speeches made by so many including george and josh. now oprah has had a turn. she spoke at harvard. we will share her inspirational message just ahead. >> she had a story to tell. a lot to come up. >> oprah trumps us at harvard. we begin with breaking news about that american mother jailed in mexico on drug charges, this morning she is free. yanira maldonado walked out of jail and into the waiting arms of her husband, she had been arrested after guards said they found 12 pounds of marijuana hidden under her seat on a bus, surveillance video not made public showed maldonado and her husband boarding that bus carrying no packages. this morning we are happy to
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report she's back home in arizona. and the fbi is questioning a person of interest in texas in connection with the latest ricin scare. the man's wife reportedly called police after finding a suspicious substance in their refrigerator. now, they live about 90 minutes from shreveport, louisiana, where letters possibly laced with the poison were sent to president obama, new york mayor michael bloomberg and a gun control group. meantime, another man is being held without bail in spokane, washington. also accused of sending letters laced with ricin to the president of the cia and a federal judge. a rude awakening for people in this apartment complex in northern virginia. a small plane crashed through the roof. ended up in a man's living room. one person in the plane, and one in the building were hurt. not seriously, either, though. the plane had run out of gas en route from philadelphia. one of the longest strikes in u.s. history is over. after ten years of picketing, the union representing workers
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at chicago's congress plaza has decided to move on. workers who want to return will get paid what they were making back in 2002, when their last contract expired. finally, will it be finders keepers, 10-year-old tyler schafer staying at a hilton with his father, young tyler came across money neatly stacked in the drawer. turned out it was $10,000 neatly stacked in that drawer. the schafers turned the entire pile of cash over to police. missouri law says, if no one claims that cash in the next seven months, it will be tyler's to keep. there will be a followup in the next seven months. >> there will definitely be a followup to that. thank you for that, josh. i like it out here. i feel so official, pop news coming up. >> indeed, robin. this just in, everybody. happy friday to you all. and good morning to you.
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wipe that frown off your face, grumpy cat. because you're going to hollywood. remember when grumpy came to see us on gma. she's come a long way, signing a deal with broken road production to star in a garfield like full length feature film, we aren't talking cartoons. this will be live action. so grumpy will have training to do, more than just grump. >> she doesn't seem happy about it. >> well -- >> how can you tell? >> how can you tell. robin, well said. no word yet on which actress will do grumpy's voice, but she certainly has her own voice, over 20 million views on youtube, a built-in fan base already in place. >> go grumpy. >> congrats. oprah winfrey in boston yesterday giving the 362nd commencement address at harvard university before a packed crowd. take a look. media mogul proclaiming not too many girls from rural mississippi make it all the way to cambridge. here's my favorite part, she said it doesn't matter how far you rise at some point you might
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stumble, when you do, there's no such thing as failure, failure is just life trying to move us in another direction. >> everything that she said out of her mouth is so incredibly powerful. can you imagine oprah speaks at your graduation? >> she seemed exuberant. >> she loves it. >> imagine graduating from harvard. >> and finally in pop news, we are all about getting fit. we bring you this. the latest fitness craze is one that started back in the '80s, videos of people prancercising have gone viral once again. maybe this is why. look at this. >> what? >> that's a woman prancercising, she created this fitness idea, the whole idea be to imagine prancing like a horse. and free your mind of less appealing images. there is a book on this, which i'm getting for george for his
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birthday called prancercise, the art of physical and spiritual excellence. george, happy birthday early. >> thank you. >> i'm prancing in my mind right now. >> a regift is coming. >> that's pop news, everybody. that's all i got. >> thank you. down to ginger zee who has a look at the weather, she's in oklahoma for us this morning in for sam. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: hey, there, i expect some prancercising from all of you as we go through. let's look at the forecast, because rain is going to be a headline, more than 100 rivers in the midwest already above flood stage. and look at that target, it gets three to five inches through the weekend, chicago, detroit picking up two to three. and then you have the severe storms. of course the updated tornado threats in that same spot, oklahoma city, right here through tulsa, joplin and fayetteville included. that's the big picture.
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you all look great in your white for pitbull, have a great time. beautiful weather for it. >> thank you so much, ginger. we are going to pretend we don't notice we are wearing madonna mics. come on, everybody. here's a look at our gma morning menu. is beyonce really taking issue with some sizzling photos from her hot new hnm campaign. we'll talk about that. also coming up superstar will smith and his superstar son, jaden, are with us, live to talk about their brand new movie.
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♪ we are having a great time in central park this morning. look at the crowd. look at the miami white, pitbull coming up. right now the heat index.
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hottest stories trending. including this photo shop for beyonce. amanda bynes' latest. also, we'll get a little on american idol as well. >> you guys look cool here today. >> let's talk about beyonce right here. we saw those ads. she looks fantastic. but there seems to be some kind of feud going on. somebody saying, some people reporting that beyonce was very upset, because they wanted to photo shop the ad. >> right. well, if it was not photo shopped, it would be the first ad in the history of advertising to do that. if you look at the photo, to me it doesn't look like her shape -- >> she doesn't look that much thinner. >> i also find it hard to believe that beyonce does not have some control, and by that i mean full control over any images of her that are put out by a studio or an ad agency.
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so i'm not so sure. >> well, hnm says it is a wonderful work in progress, both parties are happy. >> they say they are all happy. i hope she's happy. we showed t the other day. we showed him saying, i hate this country. let's show it right now, right before the finals on the voice. he's having a hard time coming up with an apology on this. >> one, everybody needs to stop dumping on adam levine, because we know what he actually meant. >> clearly. yes. >> which means i am disappointed in the way the country voted on this issue. and two of my contestants were kicked off. however, i think that he should have actually come out and made a real apology. and then explained himself, which he did, beautifully. i love my country, i was just frustrated. but a stronger apology was necessary. those are pretty strong words,
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even though we heard people say them in a similar context especially on election day. >> absolutely. but yes, he just -- he didn't mean what we all heard. >> no. we all know what he meant. he could have handled it a little better. adam levine is not the problem. right? he should have apologized for a poor choice of words. >> is amanda bynes the problem? >> amanda bynes, i'm seeing reports how her parents feel. and honestly, i don't know what's being done to help her. but i'm not -- the latest report is that her parents are trying to get a conservatorship over her. i don't know if it's true. and they do want to help. it's really hard. any time she's been taken in, the judge is not seeing any compelling reason to put her -- >> she is an adult.
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>> -- put her under lockdown. it's very, very hard. i hope that she finds help on her own. it's a sad story, though. >> she just tweeted, i'm not crazy. so she's sort of refuting a lot of people are seeing her behavior, making judgments, but i think ultimately everybody wants one thing. which is her to live a healthy, happy life. >> whatever the problem is. >> yeah. >> go get some help. >> thanks for coming by this morning. robin has big guests over there. >> huge. huge. burning up our heat index, superstars, will smith and his son, jaden. [ applause ] >> a new sci-fi epic, it proves -- called after earth, it proves talent and having the it factor definitely runs in the family. the big premiere this week brought out stars, the fans, entire family. will and jaden play a father and son fighting for survival after crash landing on a dangerous planet earth 1,000 years into the future.
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shall we take a look? want to see it? >> yeah. here we go. >> after earth. >> control yourself, cadet! stand down. >> get away! get away! >> let's give a proper welcome to will and jaden smiths. [ applause ] >> guys, i had the pleasure watching this last night. it's intense. it is thrilling.
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it is all that, as we say and a bag of chips. >> and a bag of chips. >> and that scene we saw right there, you are running for your life. >> yeah. >> i heard -- you taught him how you run in a movie? >> we were talking about that. it's -- you know, running is really important in movies, you know, if people -- you run the wrong way. if you don't look right when you are running it don't seem like you can save the world. so yeah, we worked really hard, getting that usain bolt look. yes. >> you were fantastic. >> thank you. >> you are fantastic. you are on screen a lot. he is your dad and your commander in the movie. he's your dad and an actor in the movie. does it sometimes get confusing who's the actor and who's the dad. >> no. he has to do everything at the same time. so he doesn't switch back and forth between two different people or four different people, because you have so many different roles. so he's kind of the same as we are at home, when he's on the set.
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>> loving and caring. right? >> yeah. and smart, too. >> and smart. thank you. thanks, son. >> the cue card is right here. >> yeah. >> make sure you get your lines right. no, a lot has been said about you and your sister and how well you have done and how well you and jada have done with them. in the movie, like always, the first one you did together has a message, the father son message. and you are unable to go out, he, your son, has to go out and save you and save each other. how is that, when you see him as your son, he's going out and forging his own life in movies. and music and everything. >> that's what i love about this script. it really is, science fiction, action, you know, you get all of that summer blockbuster stuff. but really at the hearts of it is really a father and son story. it's a parenting story. you know. it's really an extreme world.
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but the idea of a father who is used to being a commander, used to being in control, in charge, and is injured and has to let his child go into the dangerous world. you know. it's really similar to real life and real life parenting. you know, for jaden and i, you know, this business can be really rough. and almost as dangerous as them chimps in that video. you know. so it really is a scary, a scary proposition. >> you had a great example with your dad and your mom. and so how do you find -- because you know, a lot of people know you for you. >> yes. >> they know you -- they don't know your dad. the people that follow you. so how do you forge your own way? make your own way? >> you know, i really just try to put the most amazing stuff in all my creativity out to the world. i really try to do me, and really what i want to do and please myself instead of trying to please other people. i feel people will gravitate toward you once you are truthful with your art and you aren't doing it just to get noticed but
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put something amazing out in the world. >> being authentic. we saw you from the get-go, your beautiful wife put facebook pictures out. >> yeah. yeah. yeah. >> it was you and you were just born, jaden. >> really? oh, wow. >> jaden. and she wrote before will and jaden starred in after earth. they starred in daddy trying to figure it out. >> yeah. yeah. >> what were you trying to figure out then? and what have you figured out? >> listen, every time i look at the picture, i was looking like, what am i going to do with this thing? you know. and it's like -- parenting is hit or miss. and it's experimental. you know. so for me, there's a deep uncertainty, that i carry around, with my kids. and i just try to teach them everything that i know and love them as hard as i can love them. and hope for the best. >> you and jada are doing it.
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you guys are in new york magazine on the cover. >> yeah. >> great picture. you are bowing up. and all that. you also show a family trait. >> yeah. he got the family ears for sure. >> definitely. >> sorry about that, son. sorry about that. >> cool. >> but it goes with the territory. >> yes. >> and also, you guys had a lot of fun being all around the world and promoting this, you were in london busting a move. you were going old school. >> oh, yeah. >> are there any moves that you teach your dad? he's always doing the carlton. do you have any moves you show him? >> i can't do that. >> i try sometimes. but he's just like, why? why? >> i'm saying -- >> he has his moves. >> i have my moves, that are tried and true. and people know them. and when i do them, it works. >> yeah. >> you know. >> can't blame him. >> i'm not messing with that
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one. what's that thing? >> right here. >> keep it right here. six inches from my waist. >> don't go too far this way. you are just holding out. because i know, you should have seen them in the commercial break. jaden, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> will, thank you. just keep doing what you are doing. and after earth opens nationwide in theaters today. >> right now. go see it right now. what are you guys waiting for? go to the movie theater. >> thank you so much. good to see you both. congratulations. and now we move on also on the heat index today. we are talking about a great show, that we all love, abc's what would you do. it puts people to the test. i love this concept. you sort of face people with questions about what they will do in an uncomfortable or dangerous situation and john quinones has more.
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>> reporter: his name is kevin, not your typical singer song writer. ♪ pink shirts aren't for dudes ♪ talking to the guy in the pink shirt ♪ >> reporter: he makes his living insulting people. ♪ i'm just a stupid lady from a stupid place ♪ >> reporter: for kevin, nothing is off limits. what would you do? ♪ spend all morning trying to get your hair right ♪ >> is he making fun of you? >> okay. maybe he is. >> you are wearing that scarf. it's 90 degrees. >> thank you. >> he likes you. it's apparently what he does with his day. because somebody doesn't have a life. because he is singing songs at people all day.
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i just ignored him at first. i'm from new york. you ignore people. >> reporter: you don't want that kind of talk? >> not to tourists. we want them to come. we love them. except when they block the sidewalks. >> reporter: throughout the day, it seems like most people's advice is to laugh it off. >> it's the shirt. right? >> i'll hold him and you hit him. >> really. >> reporter: others think he's lost his mind. >> he's making fun of you. >> don't listen to him. >> loco. >> loco. >> the man behind what would you do, when can everybody watch? >> 9:00 tonight eastern time. >> on abc.
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>> now from abc7 news. >> good morning, we continue with break news, commuters crossing the bay can expect major delays all morning. that is because bart trains have to wait their turn using only one set of tracks. bart now says full service could be restored by 11:00 this morning. the third rail was damaged by a collision of maintenance vehicles overnight. now an update from leyla gulen. >> you took the optimistic news away from me, so, they are optimistic that 11:30 could be when normal transit will resume. we will head over to our shots as we look at the day bridge toll plaza it is hooking busy but 11 minutes away from the maze and an accident now just reported before the toll a
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transit bus and they said they are going to add extra buses but in word if that has occurred. the golden gate bridge shows clear conditions and here is a look at the san mateo bridge, a wonderful alternative if you are taking your car, instead, heading out of hayward to foster city. >> thank you. >> we will check
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>> good morning, big story today, four to ten degrees warmer than yesterday and a lost 70's and 80's around the bay and
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90's inland and they will be more dominant tomorrow and sunday. cooler trend is ♪ ♪ ♪ to the left one time here in manhattan for pitbull. they are getting warmed up for an amazing show, right here in central park this morning. >> pitbull bringing the party. bringing the 305 to the park. we are ready to get going. >> you have the honors. >> i just want to say it's a great crowd. look at you. you all look beautiful.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> we know why you are here. that is to see mr. worldwide, pitbull. [ cheers and applause ] >> global warming is his new one. and he brought a special guest, the song writer and singer danny mercer. give it up for pitbull and outta nowhere. ♪ ooutta nowhere ♪ ♪ is it good that we hurt every day ♪
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♪ this worth all the pain that we feel inside ♪ ♪ am i too blind to see this is happening to me ♪ ♪ outta nowhere ♪ i live the fast life, going nowhere fast ♪ ♪ i see my past life and politely pass ♪ ♪ but i'm already planning to doing it big ♪ ♪ for my life after death, i live my life after death ♪ ♪ baby what you think our train is for ♪ ♪ that's to properly prepare you for war ♪ ♪ so i keep you on your toes ♪ so you could look out for your friends that are really foes ♪ ♪ this career try to swallow us paparazzi try to follow us ♪ ♪ i'm everything that my mama was rider, survivor, ♪ ♪ thank god for this rapping, forget the cash if i'd happen this ♪ ♪ no more life that's for the birds ♪ ♪ i work hard so you never say these words ♪ ♪ sooner or later that spark just disappears ♪
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♪ outta nowhere, outta nowhere ♪ is it worth all the pain that we feel ♪ ♪ outta nowhere, outta nowhere [ cheers and applause ] >> yes! pitbull and danny. whoa. oh! we are going to have more from pitt bul in just a moment. first another check of the weather. ginger zee in for sam in oklahoma. ginger. >> reporter: sounds good.
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tell pitbull, i say hello. let's check on the severe weather threat. even parts of ohio, toledo included in the severe weather threat down through indianapolis. this is all the way to arkansas, and of course, the elevated tornado threat goes from tulsa down to oklahoma city. parts of southwest missouri and arkansas, too. the heat and humidity is sticking around. most of the weekend dry, then some scattered thunderstorms on sulet's look closer to home now. this weather report brought by crest pro health. robin. >> ginger, i love this audience
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out here this morning. doing a lot of love for pitbull, you'll hear more from pitt bul right after this. come on back for good morning america live in central park. thank y'all very much. ♪ hey, hey, hey
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good morning america. armando perez, on stage here in central park. you know him as mr. worldwide, mr. 305, pitbull in the house. >> welcome, welcome, welcome, my friend. >> thanks for having me. [ cheers and applause ] >> they are loving you. i want to give a little background. you are mr. worldwide. so many people don't know this, we love the story behind your name pitbull. will you share that with us? >> as far as pitbull, it comes from the simple fact it's a breed that doesn't know or understand what the word lose means. fights to the death. and with that said i'm the only legal pitbull in miami since they are not.
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>> remind me to come back as danny meyer, we saw him collaborating with you on your single. 21 years old, recent graduate of columbia university and a south florida boy like yourself. >> yeah. we up here in beautiful new york city representing for you. danny mercer, graduated from columbia, and it makes sense because he's from columbia. >> how did you two get together? >> we got together. he's a great song writer. and he put together the record. and i tried to give it to different people. i said man, this guy sounds better than everybody we've heard. why don't we keep him on it. that's how it worked out. >> danny mercer, way to go. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's a flame you will hear more and more. what a great break that you gave another art sglift he earned it, man. you work hard, you do good business, one way or another, it works out. >> one of the reasons we live
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you, you give back. >> always. >> tell us about slam, your school in miami. >> slam is a school we are developing into sports leaders and management. it's developing a curriculum that keeps students engaged and entertained with things they love through sports. so it's an old school neighborhood of mine, little havana, look out for slam. i want to say thank you to the one who gave us the opportunity to build the school. >> great. >> you know, you are one of the great collaborators, and boip, it's an all star list, j-lo, usher. is it fun to get into another artist's music and vibe and see what you can do? >> i think with collaborations, it's all about learning and people giving you the opportunity. jennifer, usher, enrique, all gave me an opportunity. i learn, absorb, i apply. but more than anything, i appreciate. to them i say thank you.
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there's nothing like the universal language of music to get together. >> with that, what do you say we hear another song from our friend armando. >> let's do it, baby. >> from global warming, don't stop the party. thank you. >> good morning america. let's do it, new york. ♪ you don't get them girls loose ♪ ♪ you don't get the world loose ♪ ♪ you don't get money move ♪ but i do ♪ yeah, yeah, don't stop the party ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, don't stop the party ♪ ♪ i'm running through the world like i'm runningback ♪ ♪ scar face, world's mine, runningback ♪ ♪ 30,000 people went here on me ♪ 80,000 in london wembley ♪ ♪ catch me with redone in stockholm, beirut cafe getting my drink on ♪ ♪ we're how to put the women,
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here the hooka ♪ ♪ they can't, they won't, they never will stop the party ♪ ♪ i said y'all having a good time ♪ ♪ don't stop the party ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ don't stop the party ♪ i'm from the certy, where they stress and they sleep real bad ♪ ♪ and now i'm doing shows in helsinki ♪ ♪ i know what y'all thinking, you're thinking, that you can out hiking ♪ ♪ i'm out for the benchies, frankies ♪ ♪ just cause you ain't me, don't hate me ♪ ♪ as a matter of fact, you should thank me ♪ ♪ they can't, they won't, they never will, stop the party ♪ ♪ they can't, they won't, they
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never will, stop the party ♪ ♪ y'all having a good time ♪ let's go ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ don't stop the party ♪ yeah, yeah yeah ♪ don't stop the party ♪ imgive it to you ♪ now give it to me ♪ imgive it to you ♪ now give it to me ♪ get funky, now stop ♪ i said y'all having a good time out there ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ don't stop the party ♪ yeah, yeah ♪ don't stop the party ♪ yeah, yeah
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♪ don't stop the party ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ don't stop the party [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ i think everyone here is
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ready for one more. i think you saved the best for last, too. "feel this moment". >> let's do this moment, new york. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ask for money and get advice ♪ ask for advice get money twice ♪ ♪ i'm from the dirty but that chico nice ♪ ♪ y'all call it a moment, i call the plaintiff ♪ ♪ good morning america ♪ new york city ♪ i want everybody to feel this moment ♪ ♪ ♪ reporting live from the tallest building in tokyo ♪
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♪ long ways from the hard ways ♪ filled with sos and owe yeahs ♪ ♪ dade county always 305 all day ♪ ♪ she read books, especially about red rooms and tie ups ♪ ♪ i got her hooked cause she seen me in a suit with a red tie tied up ♪ ♪ meet and greet, nice to meet you, but time is money ♪ ♪ only difference is i own it ♪ now let's stop time and enjoy this moment ♪ ♪ i want to thank you, america. we are here in central park, let's put our hands together, people in america. ♪ oh ♪ i just wanna feel this moment ♪ ♪ oh, i just wan that feel this moment ♪ ♪ ♪ whoo
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♪ that's right ♪ i see the future but live for the moment ♪ ♪ make sense don't it ♪ now make dollars, i mean billions i'm a genius i mean brilliance ♪ ♪ this street is what scoot ♪ and made them slicker too slick with the ruler ♪ ♪ i've lost a lot and learned a lot ♪ ♪ but i'm still undefeated like shula ♪ ♪ i'm far from cheap, i break down companies with all my peeps ♪ ♪ baby we can travel the world ♪ and i can give you all you can see ♪ ♪ time is money, only difference is i own it ♪ ♪ like a stopwatch, let's stop time and enjoy this moment ♪ ♪ i just wanna feel this moment ♪ ♪ put your hands together ♪ i just wanna feel this moment ♪
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♪ ♪ that's right ♪ ♪ whoo [ cheers and applause ]
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what a show you put on pitbull, thank you so much. >> it is the energy that made it happen. thank you good morning america. thank you all of america. >> and so much energy, he'll play one more song. give me everything. >> i need everybody to give me everything. ♪ me not working hard ♪ yeah right, picture that with a kodak ♪ ♪ or better yet go to times square take a picture of me with a kodak ♪ ♪ took my life from negative to positive ♪ ♪ i just want y'all know that
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♪ and tonight let's enjoy life pitbull, that's right ♪ ♪ tonight i want all of you ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ for all we know we might not get tomorrow ♪ ♪ let's do it tonight ♪ break it down ♪ i need everybody here to put their hands in the air ♪ ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ give me everything tonight let's go ♪ ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ let's go ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ take advantage of tonight ♪ cause tomorrow i'm off to dubai ♪ ♪ to perform for a princess ♪ but tonight i can make you my queen ♪
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♪ and make love to you endless ♪ this is insane, the way the name growing ♪ ♪ money keep flowin' ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ give it to me ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ give it to me ♪ we might not get tomorrow ♪ break it down ♪ break it down ♪ break it down ♪ make a negative to a positive ♪ ♪ put your hands in the air ♪
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♪ ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ let's go ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ let's go ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ let's go ♪ give me everything tonight ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> now, from abc7 news, i am kristen sze. there are major delays. the bart service on the transbay have been singling tracking while crews repair part of the third rail damaged overnight in maintenance vehicle accident. we look at the situation now. >> they have been adding ferries and extra transit buses to get around the delays but we will look around the san francisco bay area as we look right now at the bay bridge toll plaza 14 minutes away from the maze and to the tolls a crash before you get to the tolls. now our next shot, this is the berkeley drive coming down over toward the maze and you are look at 30-minute drive headed away from highway 4 and finally a
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look at the san mateo bridge, easy out of hayward and into foster city. drive say, eve announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael."today, from th you see me," jessie eisenberg, "melissa f the comedy nd joey," melissa joan hart -- internet this hairy sensation gets clipped before your eyes, all next on the emmy-winning "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪


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