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good morning, america. breaking new details on the sudden and shocking ambush on two police officers in uniform eating their lunch in las vegas. a married couple with extremist views waiting to kill. >> they didn't believe if the government, and they just wanted to get rid of as many as they can. their rampage moving to a nearby walmart. why they claimed it was the start of a revolution. and breaking for our viewers, out west. two passenger planes clip each other near the gates in boston. a jet blue taking a chunk out of this 747. just coming in. diane sawyer is here with her exclusive no holds barred interview with hillary clinton. what she could have done differently in benghazi, making millions after leaving the white house and breaking her silence on monica lewinsky. >> no leg cramps tonight.
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>> lebron james bounces back. how do you like him now? the super star turned yoga into victory at the nba finals. and how his secret trip to one magical movie cast a spell on the spurs. and good morning, america. what a night for lebron james and angelina jolie is the answer. >> apparently he went to the movie the night before. a little yoga the morning of, but that's the way you answer your critic. >> whatever it was, it worked. >> dropping 35. >> tree pose and disney. always -- >> it works every time. >> i could have told him that. >> more on that later. we have a lot to get to this morning beginning with that deadly rampage in las vegas. we're learning more this morning about the killers. the couple reportedly had
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extremist anti-government views and they were out to kill cops. abc's ryan owens is in las vegas and has the latest for us. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. behind me is the shopping center where this all happened. police say this young couple came here hunting for police officers to murder, and they found them. >> we have two officers down, we're performing cpr on both of them at this time. >> reporter: police say a man and a woman are responsible for so much bloodshed in this las vegas shopping center. officers haven't identified the cop killers by name, but overnight police and the fbi searched a nearby apartment complex, where neighbors say a couple in their late 20s was well-known as militant and talked about their plan to murder police. >> they were going to kill as many officers that they can and do away with themselves and that -- because they actually told us they didn't believe in the government, the feds or cops and just wanted to get rid of as many as they can.
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>> reporter: neighbors say they were white supremacists, and the local newspaper, the las vegas review journey, reports the police found swastikas and other ne'yo nazi paraphernalia in the apartment. at 11:22 sunday morning the couple walked into this pizza restaurant and made good on their threats. ambushing two officers on lunch break. 41-year-old alyn beck and 31-year-old igor soldo were killed. the review journal also reports the killers draped the officers' body with cloth showing a revolutionary war era flag. >> just told me to tell the cops that it was a revolution and he had just killed two cops inside cici's. >> reporter: they weren't done. five minutes later at 11:27, more shots fired across the street inside this walmart. witnesses say the gunman yelled "everybody get out," but not before one of them killed a third victim, a woman, just inside the front door. the duo then exchanged gunfire with police before retreating to the back of the store.
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there they carried out a reported suicide pact. the woman shooting her partner and then herself. the tw police officers who were murdered here were both husbands and fathers. one of them has three children. the other, a newborn baby. george? >> oh, that is so sad. okay, ryan. thank you. we turn to the brazen terror attack on the biggest airport in pakistan. the taliban claiming responsibility this morning for an assault that has left more than two dozen dead. abc's muhammad lila has the details from pakistan. >> reporter: this is karachi this morning. pakistan's biggest city, its airport in flames. the attack lasted five hours with gunfire and explosions echoing through the night. it started just before midnight. at least ten militants all wearing police uniforms stormed into the private vip terminal at jinnah international airport. these were some of the weapons,
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machine guns, suicide vests and grenade launchers. in all, over two dozen people were killed, including the ten militants who made it dangerously close to the runway where several planes were parked overnight. karachi doesn't have any flights to or from any american cities, but some of the world's biggest airlines do fly here. the attack putting the airport in full lockdown, smoke from the explosions towering into the sky and the army moving across the runway. some planes filled with passengers were stranded for hours on the tarmac, unable to take off because all air traffic was closed. one passenger tweeting "heavy firing started again, full panic on board" and later, "the fear of death, what i and hundreds of other people have experienced." the taliban are claiming responsibility for this attack saying that this was revenge for a u.s. drone strike that killed one of their leaders last year. in response every major airport in this country is now under high alert and a very concerning
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thing about this is that it took so few people to breach security in a place that should have been so well guarded. george? robin. >> that is very concerning, thank you. new details on bowe bergdahl, the freed american soldier telling those treating him in germany he was tortured by the taliban. bergdahl is also not speaking to his parents just yet, and abc's brian ross is in qatar where he went looking for the five taliban swapped for bergdahl's freedom. brian. >> reporter: good morning, robin. while the merits of the deal are being hotly debated, this morning the men released from captivity because of it on both sides are facing decidedly different receptions. the five taliban leaders greeted as heroes amidst luxury here in qatar. while sergeant bergdahl is undergoing a much harder transition at a u.s. military hospital in germany. this morning, an official tells abc news sergeant bergdahl is now describing cruel mistreatment while in the hands of the taliban.
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being kept in a metal cage in the dark for weeks at a time after he tried to escape. he is reported to be doing well physically, but according to a senior u.s. official he is still not mentally prepared to talk with his mother and father, bob, who according to people who saw him this weekend has now shaved off the beard he grew while his son was being held. it's a much different story for the five freed taliban leaders. now free in doha, the capital of qatar, allowed to travel wherever they want in this place of conspicuous wealth and opulence. the government will provide the men and their extended families their own villas, as they have already done for the taliban with this headquarters compound in one of the city's most exclusive neighborhoods. the government has told the taliban not to talk with reporters, and no one answered when we went to the door of their headquarters. hello. abc news. while the five taliban leaders
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have been kept hidden from public view since their arrival one week ago, congressional critics worry there are no restrictions on their communications with other taliban leaders. >> it allows them to prepare for what's next. that's going to be joining the fight. >> reporter: but secretary of state john kerry told cnn the five taliban would face grave consequences if they rejoined the fight. >> i don't think anybody should doubt the capacity of the united states of america to protect americans. >> reporter: the 34-year-old emir who rules this country has promised the u.s. that his government will keep a close eye on the five taliban leaders while they're here. but a recent state department report on terrorism was highly critical of qatar and its monitoring of terror fundrais s fundraisers. raising questions about whether this country can be trusted to keep its word. george. >> it is going to be a difficult year. okay, brian, thank you. we turn to hillary clinton, her new memoir "hard choices" out tomorrow. her exclusive interview with diane sawyer airs tonight and, diane, right to it.
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diane joins us now with a look ahead. no daylight on the bergdahl issue from president obama, but you pushed her hard on the benghazi attacks that cost four american lives. >> is there anything you personally should have been doing to make it safer in benghazi? >> what i did was give very direct instructions that the people who have the expertise and experience in security -- >> but personally you -- >> that is personal, though, diane. i am not -- i'm not equipped to sit and look at blueprints to determine where the blast walls need to be or where the reinforcements need to be. that's why we hire people who have that expertise. >> i wonder if people are looking for a sentence that begins from you, i should have. i should have. and you are going to hear what she said to that tonight. so many questions on benghazi because we know a lot of people think it's a central question of
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leadership if she runs for president. and of course we go back and forth on really you think, really think she hasn't decided yet coming up tonight. does she want to leave this life of advocacy for girls and at the same time the privileges she has of doing her own scheduling, which includes so many speeches. and i think a lot of people have focused on the fact that she and president clinton are making a lot of money. it has been reported you've made 5 million making speeches. the president's made more than $100 million. >> well, if you -- you have no reason to remember, but we came out of the white house not only dead broke, but in debt. we had no money when we got there and we struggled to, you know, piece together the resources for mortgages for houses, for chelsea's education, you know, it was not easy. bill has worked really hard and it's been amazing to me. he's worked very hard, first of all, we had to pay off all our debts which, you know, you had
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to make double the money because of obviously taxes, and pay you pay off the debts, get us houses, and take care of family members. >> but do you think americans will understand five times the median income in this country for one speech? >> well, let me put it this way, i thought making speeches for money was a much better thing than getting connected with any one group or company as so many people who leave public life do. >> and she does make a lot of speeches for free, of course, to the group she cares about so much. but tonight, george, we will talk about everything. everything. we're going to talk about the marriage. we'll talk about monica lewinsky. we'll talk about age and i'm going to take you around her home, this home that she says is really a new sanctuary for her for the first time in 20 years as she lives her private life. so it's all coming up and we have some laughs about dealing with hair in the public life. >> perennial problem. >> yeah. >> a lot coming up. we'll see a lot on "world news"
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and much more at 9:00 eastern. that's right here on abc. thank you. hillary clinton will be here live with robin tomorrow right here on "gma." now we want to turn to dan harris he's in for amy with this morning's other top stories. >> really looking forward to the show tonight. we start with the first pictures of a fast-moving wildfire burning out of control in central oregon forcing hundreds of people to evacuate. more than 2,000 homes are in danger right now with the hot windy weather pushing the flames across ten square miles. one couple, look at this, was forced to move their wedding at the last moment because as you can see right there, the flames were creeping up. they managed to snap a couple of rather dramatic pictures before quickly relocating their party. a mishap at busy logan airport in boston this morning, a southwest airlines jet clipped a jet blue plane on the tarmac. you can see the damage here. the plane was heading to kansas city and nobody got hurt. new frustration this morning in the search for that missing malaysia airlines flight 370.
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investigators admit now they may have to start looking in an entirely different area of the indian ocean because of new theories about the plane's speed and direction. victims' families are taking matters into their own hands, trying to raise $5 million to offer a reward for information on the plane's fate. the manhunt for those three inmates who pulled off a daring helicopter escape from a jail in canada has now expanded into this country. the men said to be connected with the hells angels gang jumped on to a green chopper that landed right in the prison courtyard. this is actually the second time in two years that inmates in quebec have escaped by helicopter. millions of americans struggling to pay off student loans could get relief. president obama is expected to announce he is expanding a program that caps the payments at 10% of the borrower's income. he does not need congress approval to do this. this morning, lebron james is revealing some secrets telling the world how he got his
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mind right for game two of the nba finals. after a suboptimal performance in game one which he had to leave early because of leg cramps, james came roaring back last night, leading the heat to victory, tying the series at one game apiece. how did he do it? first he says he sneaked out to see a movie, "maleficent," the night before the game all by himself. no friends, no security which is apparently very rare, and then sunday morning he got up early and went to yoga class at his hotel along with two complete strangers who must have been very surprised when he lumbered into the room and, by the way, yoga may not be the only alternative training technique lebron employs. check out this halftime video in which he is believed to be meditating on the bench, which gives me an enormous amount of comfort. george and i, neither of whom have ever been recruited for a basketball team for a lot of very good reasons, we share something in common with lebron james. meditation. >> i love that scene in the yoga room when lebron walks -- hey, how's it going this morning. >> apparently it worked. he was a different man. >> yes. >> you have something in common
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with lebron james. >> i never thought i would be able to say that, yes. >> love that. >> one thing. just one. he's 10% happier today. >> well, maybe. i hope so. i'll send him a copy. >> thanks, dan. now to the fallout after california chrome's fairy tale ride came to an end. his owner outraged and ranting about the sports rules after he lost the belmont stakes, falling short of the triple crown. lindsay czarniak has the latest. good to see you, good morning. >> a wild weekend of emotion that saw heartache turn to drama. california chrome's trainer, art sherman tells me chrome gets to rest before he gets ready to race again this fall. and he gets to do something that we're really not used to seeing him do, be a regular horse. >> it won't be a triple crown this year. >> reporter: this morning the triple crown favorite, california chrome, is recovering back home with a bandaged right foot after slicing it during saturday's belmont stakes. >> they're off in the belmont stakes. >> reporter: the injury is
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sidebar to the disappointment that played out when chrome failed to win the triple crown tying for fourth place. >> tonalist has won the belmont stakes. >> reporter: with chrome's loss, all eyes shifted from the horse to his bombastic owner. >> it's not fair to these horses. >> reporter: steve coburn enraged at being beaten a horse that only ran this one triple crown race to california chrome's three. >> it's all or nothing because this is not fair to these horses that have been running their guts out for these people and for the people that believe in them to have somebody come up -- this is a coward's way out, in my opinion, this is the coward's way out. >> reporter: and in the heat of the moment, even brushing off his wife. and a backlash. >> a sore loser rant post race. >> social media lit up with the #soreloser. >> could have been gracious about it. that's the rules. they didn't break any rules. sg sglr. >> reporter: after the response, many, including chrome's
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trainer, expected an apology, but instead coburn doubled down. for now. >> hell no, i do not regret it one bit. >> california chrome is fourth. >> i don't regret a damn thing i said because it is. you know, a triple crown means three. if you go to baskin-robins and ask for a triple scoop and get one you'll be upset about that. >> reporter: only three of this year's horses ran all three legs of the triple crown. >> not fair to them to have somebody just show up at the last minute and run. >> reporter: but the truth is that's how it's always been done. and that, guys, is one reason that the triple crown is so hard to accomplish. >> do you think baskin-robins isn't happy to be dragged into this? >> yes. >> i mean, he had a lot worse comments, yes, absolutely and everyone was like, stop while you're ahead. >> steve coburn will be here live with his wife later on this morning and maybe changing his tune from what he told you yesterday on "good morning america." >> interesting to see. >> it will, it will. >> fair to say a rocky road. thank you very much. now we turn to the tonys. a blockbuster high-energy
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celebration of broadway's best. it was also a very big night for two of our favorites, hugh jackman and neil patrick harris, take a look. ♪ >> hey, man. how are you? >> hey, you. >> good to see you. >> doing that bouncing bit, huh? >> yeah. yeah. ♪ sweetest taste i've known oh yeah ♪ ♪ if you got some sugar bring it home ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] nph bringing it again. of course, he won for his performance in "hedwig and the angry inch." >> quite a night. quite a night. now to severe weather in the forecast. happy to welcome in good friend from philadelphia station wpbi,
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meteorologist cecily tynan. you're in for our honey mooning ginger zee. >> and thinking she's probably not watching this morning. >> i think not. >> it's okay. >> thank you. nice to be here. i wish i had nicer weather to talk about. we have severe weather. 30 million people in the path of this severe weather. we're talking about the risk for isolated tornado, hail and high winds all the way from texas into tennessee. your local forecast coming up in 30 seconds, first the select cities. brought to you by philadelphia cream cheese. good monday morning. bay area microclimate forecast.
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look what i'm watching. the sea breeze is back and it's going to keep most of us a little bit milder than yesterday, but still very hot inland and it's the spare the air, so we'll have hazy sunshine. stronger see breeze tomorrow and cooler wednesday and thursday. 79 in oakland, 89 in san >> more from cecily coming up. also coming up here, new details about tracy morgan's critical condition this morning. also "gma" investigates. would your kitchen pass a restaurant inspection? about tracy morgan's critical condition this morning. also "gma" investigates. would your kitchen pass a restaurant inspection? but i don't want my breathing problems to get in the way my volunteering. that's why i asked my doctor about b-r-e-o. once-daily breo ellipta helps increase airflow from the lungs for a full 24 hours. and breo helps reduce symptom flare-ups that last several days
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make sure there are no flare-ups, no injuries are reported. it did affect muni far while this morning. here's sue hall. >> thank you very much. we've still got a lot of slow traffic out there and a couple incidents to be aware of. westbound 37 right at the island bridge, an accident blocking the left lane. you could see it's already very slow making your way towards novato. in san jose north 280, accident in the clearing stages, traffic backing towards down soun san jose. eric? >> thank you very much. when we come back, meteorologist mike nicco has the bay area forecast.
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good morning. mild to stuffy this morning, 67 in san francisco, already 07 in fairfield and antioch. some areas didn't cool off much. back in town for a select few, temperatures will be significantly cooler. san francisco we're down to 72. fremont, 85, oakland, 79, san jose, 9, but still the 100s are going to grip the inland ooefds. don't forget today is a spare-the-air day for all of us. accuweather seven-day forecast, by the time we get to thursday, temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees cooler than today. a slight warming trend coming this
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♪ in the house tonight ooh. blocked there but jimmy kimmel's winning streak continues. there he is against damarcus cousins. a little one-on-one. damarcus did have to play a bass throughout the whole game which might have helped just a little bit. >> jimmy having someone ride a tricycle against him? >> two in a row. >> a victory is a victory for jimmy. all to get everybody set for the nba finals that's all square at one game apiece. also ahead, the latest on tracy morgan. the comedian still in critical condition. the driver who caused the deadly accident heading to court this morning. then "gma" investigates. will your kitchen pass the same high grade inspections as a restaurant? what you need to know this morning about health violations
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in your home and if your breakfast is safe. we have a new miss usa. she was crowned. the surprising talent that helped her knock out the competition. we will get you that in just a little bit. >> knocked out is the key word right there. but first we are going to bring you up to date on comedian tracy morgan. still in critical condition this morning fighting for his life in a new jersey hospital. the trucker who caused the deadly crash is expected in court later this morning. and abc's gio benitez is outside the hospital in new brunswick, new jersey. good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning, robin. right now police are telling abc news that the preliminary belief is that that trucker dozed off right before the crash. kevin roper, the man who police say slammed a walmart big rig into tracy morgan's limo, is set to meet a judge today for the first time after that horrific middle of the night crash saturday morning on the new jersey turnpike. morgan and three others are still in critical condition right now. the comedian recovering from a
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broken leg, femur, nose, and several ribs. his rep telling abc news the "30 rock" star is more responsive. morgan's driver recounting the frightening moments. >> felt like an explosion. i just remember the impact and the vehicle going by, seeing a little bit of the walmart truck go by. we didn't know which way was up, which way was down. >> reporter: the limo driver kicking the window out to get help. >> i climbed around, heard tracy screaming for help, but couldn't reach him and pull him. >> reporter: 35-year-old roper rammed this truck into morgan easterly moe bus. morgan and six others on their way back to new york from a stand huff comedy show in delaware. sources say it swerved but hit it, causing it to lose control, slam into other cars and overturn. morgan's long-time writing partner, james mcnair, died at
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the scene. roper turned himself in after the crash charged with one count of death by auto and four counts of assault by auto. walmart has placed him on administrative leave, and promised to take full responsibility if the accident was, indeed, caused by their company's driver. and morgan right now still in critical condition, as we said. we're also told he had surgery on his leg sunday, but he could be here for several weeks. robin, george. >> all right, gio, thank you. prayers going out to all. all involved. >> sure are. we turn to the latest on that 12-year-old wisconsin girl who survived a brutal stabbing at the hands of friends who lured her into the woods to fulfill an internet fantasy. she's out of the hospital and ryan smith has new details about the spirit that helped her survive. >> amazing story. just over a week since the 12-year-old girl was stabbed repeatedly by her two friends. but her recovery, miraculous. she's at home even went shoe shopping with her mom while her community shows her support. >> she's amazing. she's gotten through something
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that most people wouldn't get through. >> reporter: this morning, a community rallying around one of their own. that 12-year-old girl, finally back at home, trying to find a new normal after endure ago unspeakable crime. >> she loves to read. she loves to watch movies. she loves french class. she loves animals, and she's a typical 12-year-old. she likes to do what every 12-year-old likes to do. she likes to go see movies and go shopping with her mom, and she likes to just have fun. >> reporter: and while she recovers, a much darker picture emerging of her two alleged attackers, morgan geyser and anissa weier. according to the complaint the seeds of their plan planted in october, when they first visited this website and learned of the internet legend of slenderman. and told police we have to kill to prove ourselves worthy to the slender. they began code words, cracker meant knife. after the killing, geyser told
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police, "it was weird that i didn't feel remorse." now waukesha fighting that and a fundraiser baseball game this weekend thrown in the victim's honor. the family launched an online campaign, ed an hearts for healing, for a girl who's funky, stubborn, and a fighter. >> she's happy to be back at home and she's looking forward to continuing this process of healing. with her family here by her side with her brother by her side and of course with her pets there by her side too. >> reporter: the next court date for the two accused is this wednesday. the victim continues her recovery at home, and watching episodes of "full house" with her beloved pets by her side. >> that's one way. time now for the weather. ginger zee on her honeymoon but
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great to welcome cecily tynan from our philadelphia station. >> it's nice to be here. even though it's a rainy morning. we had a night weekend. live to a weather shot at my hometown of philadelphia, the beautiful city of philadelphia, the weather a little bit ugly, though, and this system bringing the rain will continue to push to the east and cooling off temperatures generally in the 70s after a weekend of temperatures in the 80s. in the meantime, the desert southwest, it is hot. we're talking about near record highs in sacramento and fresno, las vegas under an excessive heat warning. >> this weather report brought to you by by progressive. >> always got to show love to
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♪ we're back at 7:40 with "gma" investigates, and on the agenda this morning, your kitchen. how clean is it really? we had a professional health inspector and our own dr. richard besser visit a few home kitchens to find out, and the answers might surprise you. ♪ >> reporter: in new york, it's easy as "a," "b," "c." every health food violation gets you points. 13 points or lower an a. 14 to 27 a "b," and 28 points and above is the scarlet letter of dining out a "c." i'm in new jersey to find out are america's kitchens up to the same standard? >> violate you for this one. >> reporter: "gma" investigates teamed up with former new york city health inspector, kervyn mark. we came up with a "gma" home kitchen inspection sheet to score violations based on new york city's point system, and then started knocking on doors. >> no, thank you.
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>> reporter: i'm with abc news. >> come on in. >> reporter: wanda says she keeps her refrigerator packed to feed her four young children. but is it cold enough? >> important to have a thermometer in the refrigerator to make sure it's working. 41 degrees or less. >> okay. >> check the rice. >> right now we're at 45. >> 45 so that would be a violation. >> lots of food. you want it colder. >> yes. >> reporter: that's not the only temperature she needs to worry about. >> you have a meat thermometer? >> no. >> you want to make sure that's cooked to the proper minimum temperature. >> oh. you can drop into the food and cause contamination. >> reporter: we also checked under her sink. no signs of mice, but -- >> little bits of food, not only feeding your family -- >> reporter: with a few other violations, wanda's final total, 40 points. >> i have to give you a "c" grade. >> reporter: around the corner, christian's kitchen which appears spotless. >> nice clean sponge. all the chemicals are stored away from the food and vents are
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very clean. >> reporter: but look a little closer. this expired milk will cost a few points. >> has a funny smell to it -- >> reporter: that and some other issues gave him a b. >> beautiful kitchen. >> reporter: over at jefferson's kitchen -- >> wow, nice. >> reporter: separate cutting boards. no cross contamination. >> this one is for fish -- >> vegetables. >> and this is for poultry. >> reporter: but the mom of three was shocked to find she's violated a major rule about leaving dinner out on the stove. >> i try to have dinner ready at like 5:00 but i'll let it sit out on the testify until 8:30. >> wow! >> you can't put it back in the refrigerator. it would have accumulated too much -- >> all i'm thinking of it's made with cheese -- >> reporter: lucky for her, that seven-point violation wasn't on our list. >> i want to show you something. >> reporter: look inside her dishwasher. that's mildew. >> is that making my dishes
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dirty? >> no, but it can contaminate if not treated properly. >> reporter: a couple of other violations gave her 12 points. just squeaking by keeping an "a." >> i got an "a." >> reporter: overall these home kitchens were making the grade. that's awesome. >> violations -- >> that's expired. >> like expired food or not having a meat thermometer could be easily fixed in an afternoon. >> wanda the woman who got a "c" is on the case. >> that's what i'm going to do as soon as you leave. >> reporter: fantastic. now, one other violence we saw? several of the homes was deeply dented cans. and there are a couple of concerns here. one is with botulism. it can damage the seam and lets bacteria in. the other concern is with the can lining, with the deep depth some of the lining could flake off into your food. so -- but you don't need to throw away the cans, take them back to your grocery store and they'll give you a new can. >> you should get a discount when -- that -- sometimes they sell them like that when it's dented. >> maybe not worth it. >> who knew. i never knew that. >> if it's a small dent, if it's
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it certainly was a buzzy night on social media. the nba finals and tonys were spectacular and there was another big event, miss usa. that was something. >> yeah. i slept through all of it, just for the record. come with me to the social square. the woman who won, so much chatter about the unique woman, nia sanchez from las vegas, nevada. there she is. check out the big moment when she won. i think we got some pictures. >> nevada. >> a few facts about your new miss usa. as a child, she and her mom livid for awhile in a women's shelter. afterwards she learned tae kwon
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do and she's now a black belt. in fact, she says given the high rate of college sexual assaults all young women should learn self-defense. remarkable young woman, but there is another contestant who truly had twitter burning up. she's miss indiana and a lot of commenters seemed to appreciate her fuller physique. and there were tweets, including one, we have right here, that says i love how miss indiana isn't crazy skinny. and there were a lot of others in that vein. this one says dear miss indiana thank you for looking like an average woman. i have to say, though, she is not -- she's -- that means she's pretty skinny -- if that's average, yeah. >> nothing average. nope. yeah, it was -- i caught a little bit of it. wow. and miss nevada, cool as a cucumber. >> yeah, very excited for her. exactly. coming up kicking off an entire week for fathers, the big daddy of all surprises coming up live. >> it's going to be fun. >> father's day is coming up. got to show some love to daddy. you'll see.
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still ahead on "gma," the man who didn't sit down for a month. was it good or bad for his health? we'll reveal the surprising results coming up on "gma."
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. happening today, mayor chuck reed will formally endorse sam ricardo as his replacement for mayor of san jose. ricardo has campaigned on spending smarter and restoring services to taxpayers. meteorologist mike nicco checks out your forecast. mike? >> going to be cooler for some, significantly for those in the north bay where we were in the hundreds yesterday, but still low to mid-90s. the spread today, 64 at the coast to 103 in antioch and livermore, 1404 in brentwood. accuweather seven-day forecast, all of us 20 to 30 degrees cooler by thursday.
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sue? busy in san jose, north 280 an earlier accident at race, now one at saratoga avenue. a long line of traffic here. hop up to oakland where we have better news, northbound 808 before 23rd. that accident is clear. backing out towards san lee and andro. >> the news continues with "good morning america."
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♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m., and you're going to want to stand for this. is sitting really harmful to your health? the man who put it to the test. ♪ and a perfect fit. no more returns, the new service that could revolutionize how you shop, and you don't even have to try before you buy. and hollywood's newest superstar sneaks in to see her own movie. how shailene woodley fooled her fans at the "the fault in our stars" this weekend. ♪ hangover and music's most unlikely duet. psy and snoop dogg burning up on youtube overnight.
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wait till you hear who is really behind it as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. a whole bunch of kids under 14 are right there. they are there for midnight red, the hot new boy band. check them outside giving autographs and getting mobbed by fans who were here so, so, so early. they're going to perform their new hit coming up in just a little bit. if you haven't heard of them yet, you will. >> oh, yeah. >> so right now people like midnight red, midnight red, trust me, especially if your younger kid comes home from school, just say midnight red. they will think it's so cool. >> how did you read that? >> no, no. i'm not going to read yours. also ahead, we are celebrating father's day all week long. hey, george would say there's sara haines live with the new york jets cheerleader about to give one very deserving dad a big surprise kicking off our big daddy, big daddy of all
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surprises this week. >> big surprise, indeed. cheerleaders. plus, this story is trending big overnight. looking for love online? why you may be doing it all wrong. the best way to find your perfect match. why dating sites may not be the answer. >> that is coming up. dan harris in for amy. let's get some news. hey, good morning, everybody. we're going to start with the new details of a shooting spree in las vegas that claimed the lives of two police officers and a bystander. they say the shooters were a married couple that shot the two officers as the men were eating lunch and killed a woman at a nearby walmart. police say the wife then fatally shot her husband before taking her own life. the taliban is claiming responsibility for a massive attack at the largest airport in pakistan. militants dressed up as police officers stormed a terminal at the karachi airport opening fire with a machine gun and a rocket launcher. more than two dozen were injured in that attack. also happening right now, riot police firing tear gas at
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crowds of protesters in brazil days before the world cup kicks off. subway workers are on strike demanding higher pay, joining other protesters furious over the costs of hosting this tournament. new concern about the health of pope francis this morning after this weekend's historic prayer summit with the israeli and palestinian presidents. the vatican says the pope has been forced to cancel some of his meetings today because of fatigue. vatican watchers say the 77-year-old pope has been going nonstop and simply needs some rest. a suspected prowler at the home of actress sandra bullock is under arrest this morning charged with burglary. police in los angeles say they found the suspect in bullock's backyard, possibly trying to break in around 6:30 in the morning on sunday. the actress was home, but she was uninjured. and if you need a little inspiration to start your monday, take a look at this. check out 14-year-old high school wrestler hunter gandee. he gave his 7-year-old brother a
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40-mile piggyback ride over the weekend in michigan. young braden gandee has cerebral palsy and cannot walk on his own. before long a caravan of cars and other walkers joined them. hunter did this to raise awareness on this disease and to inspire new research for a cure. incredible stuff. >> uh-huh. >> incredible stuff. >> 40 miles. >> 40 miles. >> a michigan man. >> michigan man. >> yes. >> that is lovely. thank you, dan. >> pleasure. "pop news" is coming up. let's get some weather now from meteorologist cecily tynan from our philadelphia station wpvi and, of course, she's in for ginger on her honeymoon this morning. hi, cecily. >> i am so impressed by the crowd standing out in the pouring rain. good morning from louisiana. i am, of course, looking for philly people. and this beautiful lady, miss metropolitan 2014, julia ray, but as you can see by her shirt you can take the girl out of philly but not the philly out of the girl, right? >> that's right, it's great to share my favorite philly meteorologist with america this
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morning. >> i owe her a $20 bill for that and we need sunshine. let's head to the west coast. fog this morning will burn off for sun in san diego. showers across seattle. red flag warnings for california and washington with high fire danger. in the meantime, miami, more than good monday morning. bay area microclimate forecast. look what i'm watching. the sea breeze is back and it's going to keep most of us a little bit milder than yesterday, but still very hot inland and it's the spare the air, so we'll have hazy sunshine. stronger see breeze tomorrow and cooler wednesday and thursday. 79 in oakland, 89 in san jose. >> as you can see, rain has not dampened the spirits outside here. lara. >> all right, cecily, thanks so much.
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♪ i can't stop this is all the rage right now. psy, do you remember psy? "gangnam." going viral. a brand-new hit, "hangover." very unexpected collaboration with snoop dogg. >> ah. >> it was revealed last night on jimmy kimmel's game night special, which is always -- that's been such a hoot seeing those shows. it's already this -- this video racked up almost 4 million clicks. 4 million. >> he's going to see if he can go past being a one-hit wonder. which was a really good one. >> he's done it. >> i think so. and snoop dogg flew all the way to south korea to make the video saying he felt like he was starring in a martial arts movie. kind of looked that part too. >> i know. >> remember when george did the psy dance? >> i blocked that out. >> it was around my christmas tree. i think he just did it because i wasn't feeling well. and he knew it made me feel better. >> can we cue that video up?
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>> no, no. >> it has been destroyed. i have some clout here. >> i see. hey, let's get "pop news," shall we? good morning, everybody. we begin with shailene woodley who fooled fans over the weekend, sneaking into a showing of her new our stars" wearing a curly brown wig. she would have pulled it off except her co-star ansel elgort joined her and exposed her real identity and shared this photo on instagram. >> yep. >> she had a great time and i dare say she had a hard time finding a seat at the film because it beat tom cruise's "edge of tomorrow" for top spot at the box office taking in over $48 million on its opening weekend. and we said it when she was here for that george clooney movie, she is so talented. >> they're both getting great reviews. yeah. >> congratulations. it was a beautiful weekend for a bike ride, a naked bike ride. >> how would you know that? >> well, i usually participate, but this year i missed it. thousands of folks in portland,
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oregon, who decided to, well, let their gear hang out and pedal for the 11th annual world naked bike ride. this is a protest, a very friendly one at that, that promotes bike riding as an alternative to driving cars. the rides are actually held in more than 75 u.s. cities. but portland's is believed to be the largest with more than 8,000 naked riders. >> is that the best way to get the message out? >> well, we just covered it. >> yeah, we covered it. yeah. >> wish they had. >> it worked. >> yes. >> well played. well played. oh. and then finally in more music news this morning, sir mix-a-lot's "baby got back" is such a classic. and this weekend it became classical when the legendary rapper teamed up with the seattle symphony. listen up. ♪ i like big butts and i cannot lie you other brothers can't deny ♪ ♪ who a girl walks in with an itty-bitty waist ♪ >> the audience as you can see up on their feet. can you imagine, you go to the
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symphony -- >> look at her go. >> that's twerking technically. >> i don't -- >> no, not twerking. >> oh. look at the sprinkler in there too. >> oh. >> i don't know what that is. >> oh, look at her. the lady in the black dress, i mean -- >> can we get her on the show? >> she's like the first violinist, right? >> this is all part of the sonic evolution project which commissions new orchestra work inspired by seattle's music icons like the one and only sir mix-a-lot. >> we need them here. >> the lady in black, how about that? >> so that's it. that's "pop news." >> great way to start the week. >> it is. "the heat index." what a huge night at the tony awards. for audra mcdonald became a broadway record setter scooping up the prize for best dramatic actress for playing billie holiday in a show, and now won it six times. topping angela lansbury and julie harris. they each had five. and so many are talking about her emotional acceptance speech.
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listen to what she thanked her parents for. >> i wanted to thank my mom and my dad up in heaven for -- for disobeying the doctor's orders and not medicating their hyperactive girl, and finding out what she was into instead and pushing her into the theater. >> that's an important thing to remember right there. that's something. >> it really is. and her entire speech, and there's just something about her. i know a lot of people know her from tv, but you should go to broad -- do yourself a favor and see this woman on broadway. incredible. incredible. >> and harnessing that energy into yet another performance. >> but what she said about her parents, because you know there are a lot of people who believe in medicating their children, and she was just a shout-out and saying, hey, that's not always the case with every child. >> found out what she cared about. >> such an individual personal decision. also in "the heat index," a new study indicating more are turning to social networking sites like facebook and twitter when it comes to looking for love online.
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"the washington post" breaking down the research revealing that now more people are having success on social networks than traditional dating sites. according to the study, nearly 21% of people who discovered their spouses online and tied the knot between 2005 and 2012 met through social networking sites. >> do you think most people are using social networking sites to find a match for life or a match for the next couple of hours? >> for a moment. that's to be debated. >> depends what site you go to. >> right. speaking from not personal experience but just research gathered over the year. >> yeah. >> but this was a legitimate study. it was authored by a university of kansas professor. he found that this number represents about the same amount of people who met offline through school. >> see. >> you have shared interests, shared passions. look what happens. >> you reconnect with people from high school you might not otherwise have been able to if you moved away. yeah, i totally believe that. >> i love how your little mind works. >> yeah. >> you know what i'm speaking of.
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>> he's working the sixth day and this happens. >> i read an article -- have you heard of -- there's an app called tinder, like tells you about people in your neighborhood. i don't think that's looking for a meaningful relationship, so that's what i was referring to. >> that's what i was referring to too. yes. >> see. i knew where you were going with that. >> same wavelength. >> stay out of the tinder conversation. nothing good can come of it. >> notice i'm -- >> is it that bad? anyway, we digress. also burning up "the heat index" our own ginger zee. she found her match. photos that we are so happy to share. >> they did not meet through social media. >> they're trending all online. ginger and her now husband ben tying the knot in an intimate affair in her home state of michigan. she looks beautiful. we miss you. walking down the aisle she wore a pnina tornai gown and the newlyweds posing for these shots along the shore of lake michigan after saying "i do." >> i love this one. >> a very small wedding, 55
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guests dancing the night away to music from ginger's brother's band, the outer vibe. ginger called the night perfect. not surprisingly the weather was just perfect. >> i ran into them on the street and i was talking to ben, this was a couple of weeks ago, and i was asking how he's feeling. he said i'm really anxious. i said, what are you anxious about? i just want to get married to this woman. i just want to have it over with. >> they are so beautiful. they are on their honeymoon, and hopefully not watching this right now. please, no. >> yes. >> we wish them the very best. she'll be back soon. next up in "the heat index," imagine not sitting down for a whole month. that's what the author of an astounding story in this week's "new york" magazine said he did to improve his health. abc's bianna golodryga has the story. >> reporter: for most americans taking a seat makes up to 60% of our day. >> good morning. >> reporter: 15 hours of sitting at the office, commuting by car and watching a few hours of
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television on the couch. but are we sitting ourselves into an early grave? >> sitting all day is basically the worst thing that americans do every day. >> reporter: slate editor dan kois decided to kick his chair to the curb for an entire month and in the new issue of "new york" magazine, he chronicles his experience. 30 days of eating meals, working at the office and even reading bedtime stories to his kids all while standing at attention. okay, so this idea came to you how? >> i have wanted for many years to find a way to sort of kick myself out of my rut of being a guy who just goes to work and sits down all day. >> you gave yourself certain allowances, right, driving and bathroom, sleeping. driving, bathroom, sleeping. >> reporter: kois says the time on his feet helped his health and his demeanor. >> i lost five pounds, i built some muscle mass in my calves. i was insanely productive for that entire month. i slept really well. >> reporter: he said there were some downsides.
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>> i was definitely a very grumpy man because i was basically in constant chronic pain. >> reporter: to counter the pain, he says he started what he calls rock star poses to relieve the pressure from his feet and back. over the course of 30 days, kois walked more than 92 miles and took more than 8,000 steps per day for a total of more than 240,000 steps that month. full disclosure, i purposely decided that for the sake of good television, it would be entertaining to follow his daily routine at home, reading a book, riding the subway to work and even watching television in the comfort of being seated while asking him to stand. so it's permanently changed your day-to-day behavior. >> i hope so. i mean i do stand a lot more. obviously standing up 18 hours a day is not the solution, but having a more active lifestyle, which i happily have been able to sort of shock myself into, really did help. >> reporter: for "good morning america," bianna golodryga, abc news, new york. >> we asked dr. richard besser
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to stick around and talk a little bit more about this. there's research that actually indicates that sitting too much can take years off your life. >> yeah, i mean this is really interesting. there have been a lot of studies that have looked at this and they looked at large groups of people and compare people who spend their days sitting to people who are more active and found prolonged sitting is linked to all kinds of health problem. problems. being overweight, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, diabetes, certain types of cancer like colon, breast and cervical, and then back pain just from sitting. >> what's the connection between sitting too much and cancer? >> well, it's pretty interesting. if you're sitting for long periods of time, your metabolism slows down, so you'll put on weight but also your insulin levels rise and your body isn't able to use the insulin as well. that insulin can set you up for diabetes but insulin itself is also a promoter of cancer. >> so it's everything that goes along with sitting. >> yeah, yeah, that insulin can promote those cancers. and what they found is
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exercising once a day doesn't undoe the effect of that long standing. >> about a year ago i got a standing desk and it changed my entire work life. >> really. >> how do you -- >> you set it up so you're standing and your arms are at the right height ergonomically and the monitor is at like eye level. it is fantastic. >> that's a great way to go, but even if you don't go to that extreme, there are ways you can get ten minutes of standing. >> i was just going to ask, what if you go to a job where you don't have a choice? >> here's some tips for ten minutes of standing in an hour. when your phone rings, stand up and take your phone calls standing. that's an easy way. have an occasional meeting standing up. the added benefit is your meeting will be a little shorter and the other thing, get up and walk around. you know, walk around the office, go up a flight of stairs every hour and those things will definitely help. >> ten minutes an hour is the key. >> they don't know for sure but ten minutes definitely will help undo some of that. i think that's a smart way to start. >> great. >> i don't feel so bad we make our audience stand. i felt bad about that. we're helping them. who knew? who knew? >> good for their health.
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>> i'll do this. another tip when you're throwing to the next story, get up. >> there you go. also in "the heat index." today buying clothes online can be a time saver, sure. but sending them back because they don't fit, not so much. now abc's becky worley sizes up some new innovative technology that could change the way you shop. check it out. ♪ >> reporter: you buy something online, it arrives, and according to retailers, more than 30% of clothing bought on the internet is returned. so now they're trying new technology to help us get the fit right. websites like nordstrom, macy's and many others use a service called true fit. you create a profile telling it the brand and size of the clothes you already own, and then when you're looking at other brands online, it uses that fit information to help you pick the right size. i love these jeans. they fit me like a glove. but true fit says i should order one size bigger for two
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different brands that i'm looking at online. i order based on the true fit recommendations -- i think they're too big. next, based on the size of my beloved cole haan shoes and my adidas sneakers, they recommend a size 9 in these sperry topsiders. the verdict, they fit perfectly. so the truth is it helped on the shoes but not the pants. the company said it's subjective and like with pandora or netflix, the more a shopper uses it, the better it will get at recommending clothes or shoes that fit and flatter. it adapts as it learns more about personal preferences. true fit isn't the only company doing this. a totally separate company viewed true & co does it for bras. what brands you like, buplus a z moe quiz of sorts. where they are tight. how your girls hang top or bottom heavy. out to the edges or lopsided. of the five bras, four fit. not bad. and then levi's has their curve i.d. that asks you to identify the shape of your hip, tummy and
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backside. this is hard. am i slight curve or a demi curve? i don't know. i wing it and pick demi curve. the result -- i am pleasantly surprised. i guess i am a demi curve. so while the technology isn't perfect, new tools to get the right fit are worth trying on. for "good morning america," becky worley, oakland, california. >> looking good, becky. and coming up, we're celebrating father's day all week long. we have the big daddy of all surprises coming up live. >> and california chrome owner steve coburn, he's here, has a big message. maybe he's changing his tune. >> yeah, yesterday he was unrepentant.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. some flames happened joef night in san francisco at a two-alarm fire in the bay view district. this dry cleaner's near third street and hudson avenue. the fire spread to a nearby facility, construction site, and caused some muni delays but all is back to normal. no injuries there. let's check in with sue hall. new accident coming out of the caldecott tunnel westbound 24 before 980 in the oakland area just now being cleared off to the shoulder. earlier accident coming off of the golden gate bridge at marina south 101 cleared off to the side, involved a golden gate transit bus but not in the lanes. >> we'll check out your forecast with meteorologist mike nicco next.
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good morning. off to our warmest this week, 84 in antioch, 60s and 70s, light sea breeze developing right now. you can see some of the cloud cover right there. we're anywhere 2 to 11 degrees cooler than yesterday but still well warmer than average. your accuweather seven-day forecast, and we'll drop about say 4 to 10 degrees tomorrow. notice the clouds come back wednesday and thursday. we'll wake up to those clouds and that's when you know the
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real cooling is taking place. a warming trend for the weekend but nothing ♪ don't keep me waiting ♪ take me home a whole lot of excitement this morning for midnight red. the hot new boy band. they're going to play their new single coming up in just a little bit. over to robin with some special guests. >> i'm here with steve coburn, co-owner of california chrome who expressed his anger very forcefully after his horse failed to win the belmont stakes and the triple crown over the weekend. his wife carolyn is here as well. we'll talk to them in just a moment but we -- in case you didn't see it, this is what steve said. >> it's all or nothing. it's all or nothing, because this is not fair to these horses that have been running their guts out for these people and for the people that believe in them to have somebody come up -- this is a coward's way out in my opinion. this is a coward's way out.
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>> oh, we can see, carolyn, that you were there trying to get to him. steve, you were talking with dan on "good morning america" and he asked if you had any regrets to what you said. and you emphatically said no, no regrets. how do you feel this morning, steve? >> very ashamed of myself. very ashamed. i need to apologize to a lot of people, including my wife carolyn. first of all, i need to apologize to the winners. they run a beautiful race. their horse won the race, they deserve that. i did not mean to take anything away from them. so i want to apologize to everybody associated with tonalist, his trainer, mr. clement. i sincerely apologize. i want to apologize to all the horse racing in the world.
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i want to apologize to my wife carolyn who she has literally stood behind me since we started this journey. i want to apologize to my partner perry martin and his family. w why. >> why, people are going say, the reversal now? i mean, it's very good of you to own up and people were highly critical because it was such a wonderful story leading up to this, giving people such hope. carolyn, what were you trying to tell your husband on saturday then? >> i'm going to be honest, i don't remember exactly what i said. i just know, you know, he was very emotional, and i was trying to calm him down and remind him that he was speaking loudly, but exactly what i was saying, i don't know, but i know what i was trying to get across to him. >> and so having time to think about it and giving credit to tonalist because -- was the victor. >> yes, he was.
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>> so what would you want to say especially to everyone that followed that horse and its owners? >> congratulations. you've got a fantastic horse, and he deserved to win. he won the race fair and square. he deserved to win. >> and how is california chrome? we know that he was injured coming out of the gate. >> well, he made contact with another horse, and he got stepped on really bad on his right front foot and tore some of the foot away. but he'll be all right. he'll be able to race, you know, again. it's going to take probably ten days to two weeks to heal him up. but, you know, and i need to apologize to art sherman and his family, our trainer, and everybody that's been on this trail with us. and i need to apologize to the world and america, our fans that have written us and given us so much support, i apologize. i sincerely apologize. >> well, we can see the emotion and you are an emotional man.
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and i know part of it as we were saying was such a great story and so many -- >> this is america's horse. >> were you just caught up in -- >> i wanted so much for this horse to win the triple crown for the people of america, and i was a very -- i was very emotional, very emotional. >> did anything contribute to that emotion? was there celebrating going on beforehand as -- >> it's just emotions of the whole journey all coming together at one time. >> well, this is a lesson for us still because everyone was just so enthralled with the story and part of it was that you were new to this. and i know joking a little bit about the name d.a.p., you know, people who follow know what that stands for and having the jackass as the logo, but having
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to -- to learn. is that what you think this was also part of a learning process for you? >> yes, it is. it's a learning process for us, and i'm going to do better. i'll promise you i'll do better. >> and what do you want to say to your husband now? >> i am proud of him for coming up here and doing this, and it was something that we needed to have done. and i hope -- i hope people can see him the way he is because this -- that wasn't the way he normally is. he's a very compassionate man, and if people could have seen behind the scenes the children he talked to, the children he embraced, the young lady in the wheelchair at the preakness, he handed her a bouquet of black-eyed susan, a little boy in kentucky that was a little mentally challenged that we're
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going to send a picture to and some of our hats. you know, people could see that part of him, they can forgive the other part that happened, and i just -- you know, it's been this last year we've given so much joy. this horse and our journey, and our story has given so much joy to so many people, and i hope this 30 seconds isn't going to destroy all of that. >> california chrome will run again? >> yes, he's home. >> yes. >> he left yesterday -- no, sunday. >> sunday was yesterday. >> at 11:30 he got there about 3:30 california time and he's doing good. >> all right. well, carolyn, thank you. steve, i know -- >> thank you so much -- >> it takes a lot to come -- >> thank you so much for having us back. i needed to do this. i needed to do it because i was wrong. >> well, that's very big of you. we appreciate that. still learning for you. all the best. thank you very much. >> thank you so much. >> all the best going forward.
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we're going to get another check of the weather, sicily tynan is in, of course, for ginger zee from wpvi in philadelphia. >> robin, we have some light rain in times square but i want to show you the severe weather threat today. it extends from west texas all the way into tennessee. we're looking at the threat of large hail, damaging winds, even some isolated tornadoes, and with that, heavy rain, flash flood watches or flood watches in effect for eight states, 3 to 4 inches of rain. and this weather report has been brought to you by angie's list. george? >> we got to take a break. good from steve coburn. that was some apology right there. >> quite an interview.
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>> couldn't have been easy. >> absolutely. coming up, the surprise of a lifetime for one very deserving dad as we kick off the big daddy of all surprises. here's sara haines. and this journey plays every out all summer long jou during the emirates airline us open series. don't miss your chance to see some of the top players in the world battle it out to see who's best. 5 weeks. 8 tournaments. 8 cities. which champion will prevail,
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♪ i'm on top of the world yeah it is time to kick off our big daddy of all surprises week by celebrating one very deserving dad. after his best friend was killed on 9/11 he stepped in, raised his friend's children just like his own and today he's about to
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get a big thank you from both of his families. sara, we cannot wait for this. sara haines, tell us where you are. >> hi, george. right now we're up in the bronx at a firehouse and we're getting ready to surprise a very special man, a longtime lieutenant in the fire department, and he's right in here, has no idea we're here. excuse me, lieutenant mack, is there a lieutenant mack here? hi. how are you? i'm sara with "good morning america." >> hello. how are you? >> i'm going to take you on a little walk here so you follow me. we're live on television. so look right in that camera and wave to your friends. this is a good thing. >> okay. >> it is live tv, though, so we're going to really quick pop a mic on you. don't be nervous. i'm sure you're wondering why we're here. >> yes, i am. >> i wanted to tell we are here not to honor you for the work here but for the difficult job you do as a dad at home. father's day is right around the corner. >> yes. >> we have been speaking with your kids. >> okay. >> who shared your beautiful story, and we all fell in love with it at "good morning america." >> all right.
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thank you. >> so you might want to get your kleenexes ready. >> all right. >> but we are going to show everyone that's watching today and you why we picked you today and george stephanopoulos has the story. take a look right over here. >> all right. >> vinny halloran and larry mack were the best of friends from the get-go. even into adulthood they shared everything, every holiday, every family function and almost every game played by the new york jets. and they joined the fire department together. and on september 11th, vinny perished leaving behind his wife, marie, their five boys and a daughter on the way. larry stepped in. >> he helped keep everything together when we couldn't. >> he would take us to camp trips, he'd take us to hockey games. >> he had his own family through all of this, and for a lot of people, just managing your own is a lot. >> reporter: larry has two children of his own. >> he, if i could describe him, is the best dad ever.
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like he's been so good to the halloran family along with me and my brother. >> my dad taught me to stay loyal to childhood friends. >> reporter: the hallorans say they never will forget what he has done. >> i love him. his smile is contagious and you just can't help but be happy whenever you're around him. i used to call him uncle larry when i was younger, and i really didn't even know that -- if he was or wasn't my uncle. >> he himself is the gift, and he's given that to my family and to so many other people. >> he never had to do all of those things he did. >> and the kids might not say it and i might not say it but he's important to us, and he's a great example for his children. he's a great example for my children. we're better for knowing him and having him in our lives. >> reporter: this morning -- >> surprise. >> you're the best father ever. >> we honor the memory of one father. >> thank you, larry. happy father's day.
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>> and the gift of another. >> we love you, larry. >> ah, thank you. >> now, you've impacted so many lives. how do you feel watching that? >> just blown away. they told me it was a house meeting or some nonsense, and jimmy is my delegate. and i didn't expect anything like this and i love those kids like my own. >> well, we've got some more surprises for you because i understand that as much as your family is your passion, you're also a big football fan, right? >> yes. >> is it the jets? >> yes, it is the jets. >> good, because that saves everything i'm going to bring to you right now. the best way to celebrate you is with a tailgate. the ultimate tailgate, and we brought all these lovely people, your kids, the halloran kids. come on in here. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> love you. >> i love you. >> all: larry, larry, larry. larry. >> thank you. thank you. >> all: larry, larry. >> thanks a lot. >> we've got a couple more surprises, though, okay. so, larry, before we go, we had one person -- we had someone that wasn't here but wanted to send you a very special message. okay? so we're going to have you take a look right over here. >> okay. >> hey, lieutenant mack, joe namath here, and good morning america, folks, aha. lieutenant, i want to thank you for your years of service to our beloved city of new york. i know you spent many a football sunday with the kids, and make sure they're wearing the green and white, okay? i also know you are a wonderful father and a great role model. so, man, from one dad to another, i want to wish you an early happy father's day, and
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go jets! ♪ i'm on top of the world. >> joe namath! ♪ >> well, we have another new york jet here, former wide receiver, wayne chrebet. come on in, wayne. >> oh. [ cheers and applause ] oh. oh, my. >> we were so impressed with your dedication to your family, your best friend's family, the fire department here, we wanted to give you an early father's day gift. we want to have you, your kids, the halloran family come to the september 22nd game versus the bears and stay in one of our luxury suites. >> beautiful, beautiful. i'd be honored. >> in addition, when you get a chance, come out to the jets training facility and we'll have nick show you around. >> beautiful. >> thank you. >> thank you. thank you very much. thank you. thank you. >> okay.
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so right over here in this chair. we're going to have him sit the way you should at a tailgate party. we really want to quick thank dinah shore bar kbecue for providing this amazing food. and up in the bronx, we'll send it back to you in the studio. >>
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. the heat wave still fully on? let's talk to meteorologist mike nicco. >> inland bay it is. yesterday the hottest day with 80s down south, 90s up north and 70s and 80s throughout the bay shore, 64 in half moon bay. you're heading to the game tonight about 66 at 7:05. we'll drop down to about 60 by the end of the game. temperatures in the 50s and 60s tonight so i think this morning was also the warmest morning. all right, sue, take it, please. >> all right. a couple accidents in the south bay. first north 101 at hellier and then a little farther north at fair oaks, accident reported there blocking the off ramp
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involving a school bus. kristen? >> join us for the midday news at 11:00. announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, award-winning recording artist nicki minaj. and a sharp and poignent interview with adam and jamie, the "mythbusters." also, performing her latest single "try," colbie caillat. plus, from the new series "murder in the first," taye diggs. he's joining kelly at the co-host desk. all next on "live!" [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and taye diggs! [cheers and applause] ♪


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