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good morning, america. breaking news right now -- five americans killed in afghanistan. in what appears to be one of the worst friendly fire incidents ever. a deadly air strike after coming under enemy fire. martha raddatz reporting the details right now. hillary clinton is here for her first live interview about her new book, answering questions about benghazi. will she testify? the claims of being, quote, dead broke when they left the white house and her health. no holds barred, only on "good morning america." what looked to be an assault rifle -- the dramatic police chase on live tv in l.a. the heavily armed felon at over 100 miles an hour and then ditching the car and taking to the rooftops. putting neighborhoods and schools on lockdown for hours. the wild end to this standoff ♪ i'm on top of the world
and beating the odds. these twins conjoined at birth, separated at 10 months. now speaking out for the first time on their 18th birthday about their medical miracle kept secret for so long. now, it's time for america to meet these co-valedictorians. only on "gma." we do say good morning, america. and, yes, we did say co-valedictorians. they are truly remarkable young women, and we cannot wait to share this shore with you. >> that is coming up. also, hillary clinton is standing by. robin is going to talk to her. after the breaking news, a deadly incident in afghanistan. five americans killed. it looks like friendly fire. martha raddatz has the details. >> reporter: good morning, george. these were american special operations forces. they were out on a mission
with afghan forces on a security patrol. they were ambushed by the taliban, coming under heavy fire, so they called in air support. that means they want warplanes to come help them out. it was an american b-1 bomber that dropped the bomb. in addition to five american soldiers who were killed, there was one afghan soldier, as well, and we do not know how many wounded. >> martha, you have been one of these missions on fighter jets. do you understand how this could happen? >> this is a very rare occurrence. the mission i was in a fighter jet was very similar to this one when troops on the ground came under fire. there were a series of careful steps before mew anythings are dropped and there is what is called a forward air control. that is someone on the ground with those troops essentially confirming the spot where the bombs would be dropped. i'm told on this deadly mission, there was some miscommunication about the grid and clearly the bomb was dropped on the wrong spot, george. >> just a tragic mistake.
okay. martha, thanks very much. now, let's over to robin. now to hillary clinton joining us live and exclusively, very much in the news right now with her new book out today, it's called "hard choices" fo s focusing on major digs in her personal and public life. madam secretary, welcome. >> thank you. i couldn't help but see how intently you were watching that report. >> it makes me so sick. it's bad enough to lose anybody, but if these reports turn out to be accurate that it was friendly fire, there was some kind of mista mistake, it just compounds the grief and what is going on over there. >> that very much stays in the news and close to you. much reaction already to your book and your interview last night with diane about benghazi. and you wrote in the book about your decision about iraq and the vote there and how you know now and that you should have admitted earlier that you made a mistake. so, when it comes to benghazi,
because it was very interesting, madam secretary, you say "saying you made a mistake is often taken as weakness when, in fact, it can be a sign of strength and growth." so when it comes to benghazi, do you believe you made any mistakes. >> well, i believe that there were systemic problems within the state department, and clearly if we had known that earlier, perhaps we could have done some changes that would have prevented, at least hopefully, could have prevented what happened. but i've obviously thought about this long and hard, and the security issues around this attack or the attacks we had when my husband was president or when president reagan was in office, you learn from them. you can't always predict, you always sit in an office in washington and say, well, we think this, this and this will happen. so i believe the independent
review reached the right conclusion. there were problems and they needed to be addressed, and we did. whether those could have been understood earlier, i'm just not sure about that, robin. >> you also talked a bit about your health. but i want to go first about money because that is something else that the reaction has been very strong about what you said to diane about you and your husband leaving the house as you said, dead broke, using the words struggling and that it wasn't easy when many americans are in the same situation but they though they don't have a book and any opportunities that you have. any regrets in how you phrased that? >> let me clarify that i fully appreciate how hard life is for so many americans today. it's an issue that i have worked on and cared about my entire adult life. bill and i were obviously blessed. we worked hard for everything we
got in our lives, and we have continued to work hard, and we have been blessed in the last 14 years, but i want to use the talents and resources i have to make sure other people get the same chances. so, for me, it's just a reality what we faced when he got out of the white house meant that we had to just keep working really hard. we always have. that's who we are. we're grateful that we can do that. i worry a lot about people that i know personally that don't have the same opportunities that we've been given. >> can you understand the reaction when you say struggling? and when you say -- >> yes, i can. but i think everything in life has to be put into context and as i recall, we were something like $12 million in debt. and, you know, that was something that we really had to work hard. i was in the senate and could not do anything to help us meet those obligations.
and i'm very grateful that my husband who's always been a hard worker since he was born poor and given opportunities with a good education and strong values to work hard and take responsibility, he did that. so, you know, we understand what that struggle is because we had student debts, both of us, we had to pay off. i had a couple of jobs in law school. he had a lot of jobs. so we have a life experience that is clearly different in very dramatic ways from many americans, but we also have gone through some of the same challenges as many people have. >> some people were surprised that you didn't after all that you read and wrote in the book really talk about your concussion that you had in 2012, in light of your husband just last month saying that it took six months of serious work in recovery, so it makes people believe that it was more serious.
>> well, two things about that. i also broke my elbow as secretary of state. i didn't write about that either because, thankfully, you know, those were behind me. and i didn't have to continue to worry about them. what bill is referring to is that when i had the concussion and it was diagnosed, the doctor said, look, you're going to be fine, you're going to fully recover. we're going to make sure of that by telling you what to do and how to do it and i did have some lingering effects. i had dizziness, i had double vision and i work ed out. they said, in six months, we need to have you come back and do a full array of tests to make sure everything is fine and it was. i think that's what he meant. >> it was no surprise that you talked a great deal about president obama and how one-time rival and now the friendship that you were able to forge and how it was like being on a first date ash >> it was.
>> -- after the election. >> it was. >> his foreign policy comes under a great deal of criticism. >> right. >> at an all-time low. if you are to run in 2016, given that you have supported him so strong on his foreign policy, will you have to distance yourself? >> no. because i mean the reason i called this book "hard choices" is because that's what any president faces. i remember very well my husband being in the white house, making some hard choices that were not popular at the time but being able to persevere and everybody could see the results, whether it was in the balkans or bailing out mexico in its financial crisis or anything along those lines and in the book i'm very clear, there were areas that i disagreed with the president on, i talk about those, but we often reached the same conclusion. but at the end of the day he's the president. he gets to make the decision and i respect that 100%. so, for me, this is about trying
to explain to americans how -- how any president, i don't care what party you're in, what perspective or experience you have, any president will face hard choices. hard choices are made with imperfect information by imperfect people, and we have to be doing the best we can every day. now, we have a great system here where we can have a vigorous public debate. where people in washington, people in the press can say, why did you do that and what's the reason for it? that's all part of our system. which i think is the best system in the world. but the hard choices are going to keep coming and where i disagree with president obama, i will be clear, but in many areas, he and i worked together, and i think we saw positive results. i'm very proud of what we did during the time i was there. i think we restored america's leadership at a time when it was in quite dire straits. >> well, we have much more to talk with you about but in a live format we're going to have to break away. we'll come back with you a
little bit later. you talked a lot in the publication about sexism, how it's a different climate now as opposed to when you ran for president. >> let's hope. >> and how it would be different if you were to run in 2016. and a lot of people weighing in. sarah palin sent a tweet overnight. we'll get your reaction to what she had to say about a quote in your book. now, back to george. now to that dramatic police chase caught on camera. an armed man shutting down roads in los angeles. abc's david wright has the story. >> we just saw the suspect stick something outside the left driver's side window. >> reporter: a dramatic chase. the armed suspect running from police at over 100 miles an hour. the drama unfolding live on local news. >> what looked to be an assault rifle. >> reporter: driving that red nissan altima, he branished a high-powered assault weapon outside the window snaking for an hour, the police in hot pursuit. watch as the pan difficulties
the car, and runs near the school. especially this part. >> you could see that this suspect has high ground up on the roof. >> reporter: the suspect raced over rooftops, assault rifle in hand. forcing entire neighborhoods in lockdown. area schools evacuated. parents anxiously texting their kids to make sure they were safe. >> it was pretty nerve-racking. >> reporter: finally the suspect holed up in this north hollywood home. the s.w.a.t. teams held at bay another three hours. finally police fired tear gas into the home, forcing him out, face down on the grass, he surrendered. the suspect now identified as 41-year-old nolan perez, a convicted felon, wanted for stalking and making criminal of threats. he faces a slew of other charges. the incredible thing, no one was injured here. even by hollywood standards this was a wild ride. george, robin.
>> a tense situation. david, thanks very much. now to the v.a. scandal which is now a criminal investigation. an extensive new report reveals that more than 100,000 veterans waited to see a doctor. and some never saw a doctor at all and some were pressured to falsify records. abc's jim avila with the latest. >> reporter: now the v.a. scandal has now become a criminal investigation. a bipartisan group of 21 senators writing to the attorney general urging the fbi to join the hunt. overnight, the acting inspector general telling the senate veterans affairs committee that the department of justice has, in fact, been called in to dein supervisors deserve to be criminally prosecuted. >> we have been in discussion with the department of justice concerning those and whether or not in the opinion of the department of justice, they rise to the level of criminal prosecution. >> reporter: the ig telling congress hospital supervisors directed schedulers to cook the
books. and now the veterans administration itself finding that the scheme to hide wait times for veterans to see doctors is widespread. the v.a. audit released monday determining that 57,000 veterans have been waiting to see doctors for more than three months. and schedulers at 90 clinics across the country admit they made it appear vets are getting quick access to medical care when they're not. veterans groups say it's time for massive reform. >> it turns out that we knew this problem was bad. we didn't realize how bad it was. >> reporter: the c.a. says it's calling vets one by one to get them off waiting lists and into doctors' offices. a total of 50,000 contacted so far. >> we also have to work to earn back the trust of our veterans. and we'll do that one veteran at a time. >> reporter: this is the first time the inspector general has reve revealed that he has called in the attorney general to
determine if there's been criminal activity at the v.a. scandal that raise this is to a whole new levelment we're going to turn to dan with the other top stories. in for amy. breaking news, one of the largest cities in iraq appears to have fallen to al qaeda. insurgents have taken control of government buildings and the airport in mosul while local police and army officers have simply fled their posts. this is a major blow to iraq's central government created, of course, in which america spent hundreds of billions of dollar and lost hundreds of thousands of lives. also happening right now, 20 more schoolgirls have reportedly been kidnapped by militants in nigeria. the same group holding nearly 300 girls who have not been seen since april. fresh outrage in congress this morning over the deal that freed bowe bergdahl and during a classified brief ing house lawmakers say they were told it was defense secretary hagel that made the final call to carry out the prisoner swap. and that as many as 90 obama
administration officials knew about this deal while congress was kept in the dark. another breaking, although perhaps not shocking story this morning, clippers owner donald sterling has changed his mind again. he now says he won't be selling the team and he'll be suing the nba. sterling is expected in court today to challenge the deal that his wife made to sell the team for $2 billion. new video this morning from central florida showing the exact moment this sheriff's helicopter became the target of a dangerous laser attack nearly blinding the crew. the pilot used a night-vision camera to pinpoint the laser's location and tracked down a 19-year-old suspect who could now face federal charges. the fbi recently announced a national crackdown on laser attacks. and finally in the news this morning, talk about being embarrassed on the national stage, quite literally, the uconn basketball team was being honored at the white house when star player
stefanie dolson took a tumble. her heels got caught but she recovered brilliantly doing a little bit of a curtsy for the crowd. consider this irony, last year, dollson was confident to challenge president obama to a dance competition. needless to say the president is now just a little more confident. by the way, the president did take part or did promise to take part in the aforementioned dance contest but off camera he says he doesn't want to embarrass his daughters. >> that's a wise man. >> the children of embarrassing fathers everywhere, mr. president, we salute you. father's day. >> father's day coming up, as well. let's take a look at some video coming in right now of the u.s. team for the world cup, arriving in brazil today. the whole tournament kicks off on thursday. they're going to play on monday against ghana. the odds against them. but they're looking pretty confident as they get off the plane right there. >> they were saying they came from miami. they said no problem. overnight flight. the biggest problem they had to drive four miles.
four miles in 2 1/2 hours in brazil. >> people are wondering how they will be able to -- brazil -- be able to handle that. >> traffic is so bad in that country, people take helicopters to get around. i was there last -- >> you do that anyway. >> you're used to that. >> i'm a pretty high roller. i don't know if you knew that about me. >> if you stay around long enough, cecily, this is what happens. you can get around -- >> yes. >> so you are in, of course, for our honeymooning ginger zee. good to have you back. >> no helicopter for mere. i want to begin the weather with a teachable moment. it's a video that shows the true power of mother nature, and this is from saratoga springs, new york, and it shows you why you do not want to be under a tree during a lightning storm. like i say, when thunder roars, go indoors. and this is something to remember today when this low pressure that's moving at a snail's pace will continue to bring the risk of severe weather all the way from louisiana into kentucky of we're looking at hail and high winds. your local forecast in just 30 seconds, but first your tuesday
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and, robin, you're going to have a lot more from hillary clinton coming up. also coming up, the california youth pastor charged with murder. why he says it was self-defense. also ahead, an incredible survival story. a 911 call from almost 10,000 feet up a mountain. how responders finally pulled off the rescue. >> amazing. then our exclusive interview with twins born conjoined speaking for the first time about their medical miracle. and the college football player breaking through the glass ceiling doing something that no one else has done on the field.
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♪ i'm on top of the world ♪ hey look at emily and caitlin copeland, conjoined twins, separated at the age of 10 months. now speaking out for the first time on their 18th birthday. it's just a medical miracle kept secret for so long. you're about to meet them, an abc news exclusive only on "good morning america." >> can't wait. >> also ahead, incredible survival story, 911 call at almost 10,000 feet up a mountain after a climber falls. how responders pulled off a rescue against all odds. then the high school girl with a passion for football. she just wouldn't take no for an answer. now she's ready to break through the grass ceiling in college. you won't believe what position she's playing. >> yeah. not a kicker here. >> huh-uh. >> that's great. tough to be a kicker but she -- >> this is tough.
>> kickers are tough, too. and every parents knows getting kids to get their vegetables can be challenging. the new research revealing the secret of getting them to eat their greens. >> we're taking notes. but first the california youth pastor charged with murder after a man he fought with at a bar died of a head injury. he died six months after the fight. the pastor claiming he was just defending himself. abc's mara schiavocampo here with the story, good morning, mara. >> reporter: george, good morning. that pastor says he never hit the other man, he just knocked him to the ground in self-defense, but prosecutors say that's not the case but that the minister punched the guy leading to fatal injuries. he's the pastor facing prison released on $100,000 bail on monday. >> i know i'm innocent. >> reporter: this morning 35-year-old robert cox faces murder charges, accused of killing another man during a sin city scuffle last june. >> the first thing i said to all
of the students was, let's lay hands on him and pray for him, because that's our heart. we didn't -- we never wanted to hurt him. >> reporter: cox, a popular preacher, and married father of two, was leading a ministry trip last year and passing through las vegas when his group stopped for a late-night dinner at a sports bar. witnesses say they were in the parking lot when 55-year-old businessman link ellingson suddenly approached them, aggressively starting a fight and that cox pushed him down to protect his parishioners. >> our pastor, rob, defended his family and he acted in self-defense. >> reporter: that tumble turned to tragedy. ellingson hit his head on the pavement, slipped into a coma. he died six months later, devastating his family. >> i've never had such heartbreak. >> reporter: the pastor's wife said he never meant to hurt ellingson. >> i believe my husband is innocent. >> reporter: but they're not buying it.
prosecutors alleging in court documents that cox hit the man with "premeditation and deliberation" punching link ellingson in the face and causing his death. >> this is a self-defense case, so the crucial questions are going to be, was the victim actually the aggressor? and did the defendant need to do what he did to protect himself? >> cox's church has started accepting donations to help pay for his legal fees. the next hearing will be in las vegas on friday. cox will be arraigned and he's expected to plead not guilty. two very different stories here. >> they have a lot to sort out. mara, thanks very much. now to that incredible survival story, amazing 911 call from almost 10,000 feet, a young woman who fell 800 feet down a mountainside spending a night in the cold and injured waiting to be rescued. abc's neal karlinsky has her exclusive interview. >> you're going to try to move her? >> yeah, we're going to try to move her.
i'm a little nervous about that because there's the possibility of a spine injury. >> reporter: on the phone for 911 jake oram was doing his best to stay calm. he was on a ledge nearly 9400 feet in the air at the summit of mt. stuart where his climbing partner, viviane debros, just fell. >> sorry. >> reporter: it was supposed to be just another day in her beloved mountains when viviane suddenly slipped. >> i knew i was stumbling. i thought, is this how it ends? >> reporter: viviane sliding 800 feet down, landing on some rocks. her arm broken in two places. so was a cheekbone, a rib and possibly her jaw, but she was alive, all thor her injuries weren't the only problem. >> they're coming. they're coming. >> reporter: over the course of hours, two helicopters tried to fly in to rescue them but turned around because it was too windy. they were forced to spend the night huddling together spooning for warmth and try to keep fear from creeping in.
>> we built a wind wall on the ledge and slept on that. it was absolutely tiny. >> probably the size of a bathtub. >> reporter: after a freezing night, a third helicopter made it in, lowering a hoist to rescue her. this morning, she's plenty sore, but getting better, and she knows it could have been so much worse. >> i don't think i would be do anything differently if i went back other than to not go. >> reporter: abc's neal karlinsky. >> how many times do we hear that? they would still go back out. >> and some shiner. now to the weather and meteorologist cecily tynan in for ginger from our philadelphia station wpvi. >> another bad hair day. i want to show you a shot looking at central park, this is a live camera, we had visibility at 2 1/2 miles in central park, laguardia, though, down to less than a quarter mile so flight days and we are going to be stuck in the muck again in the northeast with high humidity,
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people who have triumphed over tough challenges that life can throw at us all. this morning, two incredible young girls, women, emily and caitlin copeland, they were born conjoined, kept it a secret for a long time, this morning, they're sharing this remarkable story on this their 18th birthday. and you're going to see this only on "gma." they are as close as two sisters can be. >> i like growing up with her, she's fun. >> reporter: emily and caitlin copeland, 18-year-old identical twins who can share an easy laugh, a love for cooking and a bond few can ever imagine. emily and caitlin were born conjoined. fused at the chest, liver and bowel ducts. their parents were thrilled to hear they were pregnant with twins until the doctors told them they were conjoined. >> of course, our minds went completely blank the minute she said conjoined twins. that was a long, hard, horrible weekend.
>> i think the biggest thing was the lack of information that we had on the whole situation. >> there just wasn't anything good on the internet. it was all, you know, one baby survives separation, the other died, that was the worst. >> yeah. >> reporter: doctors at children's memorial herman hospital in houston did everything to ensure a safe delivery for the first case of conjoined twins. but there was hope. >> fortunately the heart was not shared. it was going to be a rough trip the rest of the way. >> reporter: but there was hope. >> i didn't think there was anything that would prevent us from doing a separation. >> reporter: fast forward, 18 years later, the twins who were successfully separated at 10 months are more than thriving. they are co-valedictorians of their high school class. about to head off to college. eh? >> that's the first time we're going to be separated more permanently so kind of speaking out a little bit. >> reporter: how do you feel about that, emily? being away from your sister for the first time. >> it's scary.
like sometimes when i start overchilling it, i get really, really sad. >> reporter: while their connection may be strong their interests are different. caitlin likes sports. emily prefers to knit and stay outside. caitlin likes sports. emily prefers vegetables. a little yin and yang. an extra vert and you're quieter? >> i think at school, that's how people would describe us. >> i think when we're together we both get loud. >> reporter: and sisterly. >> yeah. >> reporter: the girls don't remember being clue is the scar on their chest, but they feel the closeness every day. >> you seem so close. and i think being conjoined, you can actually look at a picture and say, wow, they really were close. it's true. the physical aspect is 100% true emotionally. >> i respect the fact that your family, you're very passionate about your faith and
about helping others and sitting down right now, it's not about you two, it's about those families who may have faced what it is that your family had to face. >> we're so blessed to have this happen to us. >> i would say to other families, just don't expect the worst. >> i hope we can help so many people and just be, if anything, just like a -- something, a story to read and smile when everything looks bad. >> sisters, spreading their message of hope and love. boy, they have great smiles. they do. >> made us smile. >> they talked about their parents, when they were told that they were going to have conjoined twins and they went online and everything was just -- their hope, when people google about conjoined twins, that they'll see their story and know that there is hope. yes, it is difficult. but there are good outcomes like this. >> co-valedictorians.
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right now, college football, a female athlete who is set to make history in a big way. she's going to break barriers on the gridiron when the season starts this fall. check it out. when one thinks of a college defensive football player, this is probably what comes to mind. shelby osborne wants to be just that, but she's also a whole lot more. the 18-year-old just secured a spot as college football's first ever female defensive back at campbellsville university in kentucky. >> i wasn't going to let anyone talk me out of it. i know who i am. i know what i'm capable of. >> reporter: unlike several women who have joined
ncaa teams as kickers, osborne is known to be the first to play one of the most physically demanding roles on the field. >> reporter: she only played one year of varsity football but she earned the respect of her teammates for her ability to shut her side of the field down and prevent touchdown passes. >> the more i played -- >> she did all of the physical stuff. she's taken some good shots. but she always gets up. >> reporter: the female phenom reports for her first official college workout on august 8th and says she's ready to bring girl power to the gridiron. >> you just got to follow your dreams relentlessly and tenaciously. you can't stop. you just got to go for it. >> got to go for it. she's doing just that. congratulations. she's graduating this saturday. i'm not a giant football fan, but i do believe this to be true, the cornerback one of the quickest positions on the field. >> that's true. >> congratulations and we want to hear from you. do you think that a woman should play on a men's college football team? you better say yes.
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good morning, america, it's 8:00 a.m. and hillary clinton tackling her hard choices. one-on-one with robin. trending now, we're revealing the secret bad habits draining your energy. what you can do right now to zap some life back into your life, starting this morning. and new research that cracks the code on getting kids to eat their veggies. we'll tell you what it is. all that and what's this so-called mermaid doing swimming with the sharks as we say -- >> all: good morning, america! look at that energy and see why r5 is one of the hottest teen pop bands right now.
harper's going with a friend tonight to the concert. big, big night for her. >> are you going with harper? >> big end of school extravaganza. look at them signing autographs in times square. what a morning for those lucky fans who have been here for many, many hours and r5 is going to be performing live coming right up. and we have some fans in the studio with us. she has one of the pictures of the band members. you'll get a great, great shot of them. don't worry about that. also ahead, the experiment challenging the way we think about women who wear makeup and how much of it, which is so many of us, the surprising reaction when one woman put our perceptions to the test. also, the confessions of a serial and a very successful dater, shall we say. what this dating superstar reveals about what men are really thinking and looking for in a date. >> what one guy is really looking for in a date.
>> george, you're correct. >> thanks for that. for all men. >> after some news from dan. let's get to the headline this morning. some breaking news, a tragic and deadly mistake has cost five american lives in afghanistan. the special operation troops were killed in what appears to have been a friendly fire incident. some sort of miscommunication resulted in a b1 bomber dropping a bomb way too close to those americans. also breaking right now, al qaeda has seized control of one of the largest cities in iraq, forcing iraqi security forces to flee. the city of mosul. it's a huge blow to iraq's government which is now considering whether to declare a state of emergency. nearly two dozen american senators are now calling on the justice department to open a criminal investigation into the v.a. affairs hospital scandal. a new audit reveals 57,000 veterans have been waiting more than three months for their first medical apointment. dozens of sharks have been driving swimmers out of the waters along the gulf coast,
forcing several beaches in alabama to shut down. one shark attacked a teenager in galveston. look at that. she has a large bite mark on her back. but she is okay. and i'll get the words out eventually. the fda is releasing new safety standards today for infant formula. the rules just finalized will force manufacturers to support their formulas support normal physical growth and test for salmonella and other bacteria. a six-time olympian gold medalist is recovering from surgery. amy van dyken fell off her all-terrain vehicle in arizona. she said she couldn't move her toes or feel anything touching her legs. the hospital is not commenting on the extent of her injuries, but she says she's in good condition this morning. and finally, team usa has arrived in brazil for the world cup, but they forgot, apparently, one player who could have been a secret weapon. it's a beagle.
this beagle who bends it like beckham. she plays more than just offense. getting up on her hind legs, refusing to let one ball get by her. she's also been known for her celebrity celebratory and now celebrity hanstand or should we say offense. >> oh, look. >> she has several outfits, several positions. the handstands are particularly impressive. >> they really are. >> did dan steal that from you? >> no. >> in "pop news"? was that your lead this morning? >> no. you know what -- >> aren't we having a competition, though also? >> absolutely. top dog. >> that is a top dog and, yes, dan, that was my lead. >> i'm going to pay for it. >> no, not at all. not at all. happy to have you share that. "pop news" is coming up in a second. now let's get to the weather now. ginger zee, of course on her honeymoon. glad to welcome cecily tyson
from our affiliate wpvi in philadelphia. >> i have 9-year-old jordan with me, he's going to staying up late for the nba finals. you're going to be rooting for the heat, right? >> spurs! >> go, spurs. right, okay. let's look at the weather. i am actually going to be starting down in florida where the heat is on. jacksonville, 94 degrees. it will be dry this morning, but then scattered thunderstorms with heavy rain erupting after about 3:00, and we're looking at the potential for up to 4 inches locally, all of the way from florida up and close to parts of new york state by thursday. so, keep the umbrellas on hand. that's a look at your national forecast. here's what to expect where you >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the microclimate forecast. check out strong sea breeze, not is hot inland and 15 degrees cooler and more clouds the next few nights so more cooling in the day and a minor warming but nothing out-of-control like the
record heat. 80's and 90's inland and low-to-mid 60's along the coast into san francisco. deeper penetration with the clouds and cooler 50's and coolest >> just to be fair, i'll be looking for a miami heat fan out here in the next half hour. lara. >> all right, thank you, cecily. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." first in "pop news," maks is back. you'll never guess where he's headed next. then we have some new research on how you can really, really -- i pray -- get your kids to embrace eating vegetables. and the bad habits robbing you of energy. and you can reverse them right now. stay with us. all that, plus r5, coming up live here in times square, on "good morning america." ♪ "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by nexium, new nexium 24 hour new available
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>> none of them have really said. they keep that open. whether they're coming back. >> they're all kind of big stars. him most, i would say -- >> great to have him back this season. >> it was so good and he was well behaved, i dare say so anyway we'll see what is going on with maks. we love him they have. then, also, it's a love match for tennis star monica seles, the youngest winner ever of the french open at 16, is 42, and is engaged to a 72-year-old billionaire tom golinos. as george said, he's running for governor, currently looking to buy the buffalo bills. the pair have been dating for five years and we wish them congratulations. love match. >> all the best to them. >> absolutely. and then finally, a little fashion news for you. move over, seersucker. this summer trend-setting men will be wearing suits long on style but short in the pants. the short suit looks typical on top.
>> dan is going to do it. >> worn with a button down and a tie. >> this is why i never get out of my chair. >> the bottoms are cropped at the team. j. crew, barney's among those selling them. many credit pharrell for bringing it to the forefront. i'm getting an indication by george and dan, would you consider doing this? would you consider it on the hot summer days? >> i would quote the owner of california chrome, no and hell no. >> that's funny, i found these shots. >> i knew something like this -- >> oh, man. >> you're looking at the two newest models for j. crew's short suits. >> so what's next? leg waxing for men? is that where this goes? >> sow that is so funny because that segment is next. that's "pop news." >> sorry. carry on. now to our "heat index," could researchers have cracked the code -- are you ready for
this -- to get kids to eat their veggies. one of the most popular stories on "the new york times" website revealing the solution to the problem could be on how to pitch it. what do you say to them. of this things like you have to avoid telling them veggies will make you smarter or stronger. a professor at the university of chicago who co-authored the study that when feeding children, quote, nothing helps beyond no message whatsoever. just treat veggies like any other food and hope for the best. >> it doesn't taste like any other food. >> nothing is going to make a difference is what he's saying. >> i like you kind of hide it a little bit. put it in certain foods and stuff like that. i found that to be very effective. >> as long as you keep it separate from everything else you got a fighting chance. >> like no food can change. very strange phenomenon in the household. i do think there's something in the kidship where they think if something is good for you, it must not taste good so if there is a way to sort of make those
worlds mingle. >> can we get this boy band that's on the show, r5, to eat veggies. also burning up "the heat index," trending big overnight on our website at abc news, an article breaking down 15 bad habits that drain your energy, skipping exercise when you're tired, not consuming enough iron and here's a big one, checking your e-mail at bedtime and one we talked a lot about here if you have trouble saying no. another one right there. we want to bring in dr. richard besser for his thoughts. the one that stuck out to me was definitely skipping the exercise when you're tired is going to hurt you. >> you think, i'm too tired to exercise. i'm going to skip the gym today. but actually, exercise increasing your energy level. it's been shown. you know, it may be something as simple as getting up, taking a brisk walk around the block. that may give you the energy that you were lacking. >> i like -- i wanted to talk about the one we talked about off camera yesterday about saying no.
and how we're often -- we're such a pleaser. >> that was one of the most surprising ones to me but it's true. people who can't say no, you end up using energy on activities you didn't want to do in the first place. you put those things together, by the end of the day, you feel like you have had no time for yourself. you've been doing all these things you don't want to do and you're exhausted. >> then you don't want to go to work for the next three days. >> you may have to practice -- >> just say no, dan. >> you may have to practice saying no. >> starting right now. >> i read a great tip i think it was on slate, the way to do it when someone asks you something would you do it tomorrow, kind of gives you the answer. >> that's good. you can practice in the car saying no. >> do you want to do the next story? >> no. >> do you want to do the medical story? >> no. easy. i love it. it's actually liberating. no. no. >> you can see a lot of other
bad habits that drain your energy on our website. also on "the heat index," excuse me, doctor, i'm going to go over to the social square. this is something having to do with a big reveal for anybody who's following the world cup. abc news is going to be covering the game socially an the clock so here's a fun way to tweet your support for your country's team. type in hashtag and your country's three-letter abbreviation so let's do #usa, and the flag will appear after the text. we have calculated every team's chances of winning the tournament. the u.s., sad to say is predicted to beat ghana but not advance beyond the group stage. brazil is predicted to win. espn will air the opening match between brazil and croatia thursday afternoon at 3:30
eastern on espn. back over to you guys. next up in "the heat index." confessions of a serial online dater. it might not be as sinter as it sounds but now he's having second thoughts on his lifestyle. ryan smith is here with the story. hey, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, george. millions of people date each year online trying to find that special person but for some guys, it can feel like being a kid in the candy store. one man finds that the addictive nature of online dating can make it hard to settle down. online dating, it's the new normal for many singles hoping to try find true love but is it creating a new ladies' man. someone who simply can't be satisfied. >> it's very hard to date somebody and not think about the 20 other beautiful girls that are waiting for you in your mailboxes. >> reporter: meet joshua pompeii, online dating
and relationship expert for "the huffington post." >> on online dating i was a disaster. >> reporter: these are all different women? >> all different women. >> reporter: he's a self-proclaimed online god among men with women contacting him by the hundreds. in his article, has online dating turned me into a bad person? confessions of a professional online dater. he's coming clean. he writes "the time when i appreciated women for both their perfections and imperfections is long gone. in a world of unlimited options, there is no longer room for imperfections." >> you know, sometimes i'm torn. sometimes i wonder is there too many options and i do enjoy just meeting -- i'm not going to lie -- meeting beautiful girls. >> reporter: josh says he's not a bad guy. he's just being honest and knows how to connect with women online giving him more options than he can choose from making it harder to find and want a relationship. >> the newness can be somewhat of an addiction. >> reporter: but there's no love
lost for him. >> not someone i would date. >> this is the guy i would avoid. >> reporter: he's been called everything from a narcissist to a psychopath to which he says -- >> not perfect but i'm going to live my life the way i want to live it. >> all right, despite the criticism and i see you guys reacting long-term he stands by his tapes and says he's still look for lasting love online in his early 30s and hopes to settle down by 35. >> good luck with that. what do you have to say, donna barnes? >> i think it's clear that he has commitment issue. it gave him the access to come up against his issues. we don't know what our issues are unless something triggers them. so i think having so many people available to him which is the wonderful thing about online, he's now been -- by picking the faults in people, that's a clear sign of making a commitment to somebody.
>> and getting married at 35 which he says he wants to do. we heard what other people think about him. he even says he's a horrible person. is he? >> well, hopefully that's the catalyst to make him look inside and start doing some changing if he's unhappy with who he is because that's where change comes from. it's like, he can't be a cad, if women didn't allow him to be. he says that he's telling women, hey, look, i'm not look for anything serious and they're -- excuse me -- ignoring that. i think that happens all too often. we have a connection. i'm amazing but that's not true. he's telling his truth. you need to hear that. >> why are they ignoring that? >> because everybody just wants what they want. and others try to decide what others are thinking and feeling, and the most dangerous way is when you really think, ooh, he likes me, he acts like he likes me. he's hot for me. >> all people are different. >> he thinks women can change
him. is it okay to date a lot of people online? >> yes, if you're using it to find the person who's right for you, i think it's the best way. it makes so many more people available to you. you can kind of vet somebody, you can see if you have commonality. >> i would love to take this broader, so, you said you have a lot of clients who think men, and i'm not trying to stereotype, these are your clients who believe it's very difficult for men to be monogamous. what do you say to them? >> no, it depends on the man. no man can be faithful. i have women to saying to me, no man can be faithful because they've had experience with men that cheat but i have an awful lot of male clients who say, i don't want more than with one person. i have enough to ham with this one person and that's all i want so i think, yes, absolutely you can be monogamous. it's a choice. >> it's a funny way to put it. >> the story that makes me very glad i'm no longer single. >> yes. >> exactly. >> it was a pretty tough read. i mean -- >> well, good for him for being
honest and even sparking the conversation. but i think, you know, especially when you meet someone online, you feel like you know them. you've chatted with them but you don't. that's the real key. not to jump into something quickly. take the time to get to know them. >> as always, great advice. >> thanks. we move on now to something else that's burning up "the heat index." it's an experiment about makeup. how men and women perceive other women who wear a full face, some or none at all. abc's juju chang. >> reporter: they say beauty is only skin deep, but a recent survey claims that nearly half of american women admit they wouldn't be caught dead without a little makeup on. and that 44% say they feel unattractive without it. >> we feel more confident. we exude confidence. >> reporter: but can the amount of makeup you pack on your face increase the way you're perceived by others? 21-year-old college senior brittany parker decided to find out.
conducting a one-week cosmetic experiment using herself as a guinea pig wearing makeup, everydaylight makeup and a smoky eye full-face and posted her results on on line. >> it's focusing on appearances. >> reporter: day one, no makeup. her boyfriend thought she had fallen ill as did so many others. >> i got a lot of comments saying you look like you had a long weekend. >> reporter: she said day two wearing light makeup was a bit easier. >> it was all women who commented. no guys made any comments about my appearance. but a lot of girls were like, wow, you look really cute. >> reporter: but on the last day of her experiment donning pink pouty lips and smoky eyes she was bombarded with praise. >> i had a guy ask me if i was going out that night because it looked like i was ready to party. >> reporter: the truth is this is how i normally spend my days. it's only when i come to work when i layer on the war paint and this is me after.
what impact does wearing makeup have on not just the wearer but on the perceiver? >> well, when they wear makeup, we feel more confident and what happens is we come across as more credible. >> reporter: as for brittany she says her experiment has changed her definition of beauty. >> what i think of myself is important. not anybody else. >> reporter: for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news, new york. >> you guys commenting on it. >> yeah. >> than we do. now we're going to go to the woman who considers herself a real-life mermaid swimming with the sharks. all the way to raise awareness about marine life in the oceans and matt gutman has that story. >> reporter: one of the largest predators was bearing down on anna frazier. lady boots with no air and like "jaws."
but for frazier the sharks were close enough. the professional mermaid has taken her tale all over the world suiing with manta rays and whales and sharks. but here, she was hoping to become the first human to plant a kiss, yes, a kiss, on a shark able to kill her with a single chomp. >> a tiger shark in front of us. >> reporter: watch as the diver hauls that crate of bait and those sharks right over frazier. we traveled out to the bahamas to watch frazier's rhythmic protest of the worldwide killing of sharks. who she says are misportrayed as man-eaters. you surrendered yourself to these animals. >> it was not one single moment where i felt like the shark was trying to attack, was interested in eating me. >> reporter: but the risks are real. a nurse shark did this? that shark dance is part of a featured film "tears of a
mermaid," chronicling the mass extinction that some say is happening now. includes tens of millions of sha sharks average kill only six a year. >> if we can stay peaceful, they also stay peaceful. >> reporter: and thankfully not a single mermaid. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, in the bahamas. >> that's amazing. >> that is. that is. all right. coming up, hillary clinton is back with us opening up about looking forward to being a grandmother and what she said that has sarah palin responding on twitter. come on back. responding on twitter. come on back. hd 3.
good morning. i'm kristen sze. an amber alert for three bay area children has been canceled, all found safe in richmond overnight. 12-year-old hugo, 6-year-old merari, and 3-year-old jenh carlos anguiano after their father was found shot to death yesterday. they believed the kids were kidnapped by their mother, 35-year-old alicia ortez. she was also found in richmond overnight and has been arrested with another man believed to be her accomplice. leyla gulen, how is it going? >> berkeley, crash clearing westbound side of 80 at university avenue, involving a few vehicles there but left with heavy backup coming away from the split into the maze. now, we also have this still blocking lanes northbound along 101 at santa rosa avenue
the sea breeze is back for all neighborhoods. 100s are gone today, 90s are gone by tomorrow i ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ not too hard to see baby [ cheers and applause ] r5 warming up the crowd here in times square. they're red hot right now since their debut album. cannot wait to hear a lot more from them. inside, we want to go back to robin. >> we're back with hillary clinton author of the new book that is out today. it's titled "hard choices." hard choices and what questions to go with you first. we talked with you in our first
half hour and we want to talk about the reaction you have from sarah palin. she read your book. he posted on twitter. in your book, you stated that the obama administration at the time, asked you to be critical of her when she was selected as the vp nominee and you refused to do it, and so the former governor, she tweeted this, she said "look who fired the first shot in the real war on women. hint, it wasn't the gop, see this excerpt from hillary's book." >> that's not exactly what i said. what i said was in -- beginning the process of working with then senator obama after i ended my campaign, we had, as i describe in the book, an awkward but necessary meeting to clear the air on a couple of issues, and one of them was the sexism that, unfortunately, was present in that '08 campaign. >> were you asked to be critical of her? >> yes.
>> at that point. >> that very first day, the obama campaign said, well, we want you to go out and criticize her. i said, for what? for being a woman? no. let's wait until we find out where she stands. i don't know anything about her. do you know anything about her and nobody, of course, did. i think it's fair to say that i made it clear i'm not going to go attack somebody for being a woman or a man. i'm going to try to look at the issues, where they stand, what their experience is, what they intend to do, and then that's fair game. >> you have been out there of course speaking on women's rights. i have seen you out there and talking about women's rights or human rights are what is most important here. you in "usa today," front page, talking about -- is it true, do you think the climate is different now for a woman running for president than in '08?
>> well, robin, i think it's different for women across the board, not just in the political sphere that we continue to have these obstacles to women's full participation. it's true in the corporate sphere, in journalism, in academia, across the board, but i think over the last six, seven year, there has been a much greater awareness in the american public about the double standard, so i really believe that there's a great discussion going on now and whether it's somebody running for president or somebody climbing the corporate ladder or broadcasting or anything else, there's much greater awareness, and that's all to the good. >> let's talk about family. >> yes. >> you and your husband have very intense schedules. how much quality time -- let's say how many days of the month are you actually able to be together? >> now that i'm not travel endlessly a lot we are together a lot. i mean, we just have a lot of time, and it's probably as much time as we have had together, you know, for a number of years, because we're always working hard, we like to work hard, but we also really relish the time
together. >> and the family is growing. you're going to be a grandmother in the fall. >> i'm going to be grandmother. >> have you offered any names to chelsea? >> no. i want this to develop organically. i have talked to my friends who have preceded me into grandmotherhood, and some of them said, i knew exactly what i wanted to be called, and i had a hard time convincing the baby to call me that because he or she wanted to call me something else. i just want to see how this develops. i couldn't be happier. this is something that i've looked forward for a long time. >> the way you write about her in the book, that's quite obvious. and the wedding. and in the seconds we have remaining, something we call of a lightning round. you're known for your sense of humor. so just quick responses to some of the things that people are asking. who is your favorite republican in congress? >> oh, well, despite my problems sometimes with him, john mccain, because he and i have traveled a lot, and, you know, we argue a lot. and he goes off on something that i disagree with, but, you know, i admire him.
and i've spent a lot of time with him. >> and who's the person living that you admire the most? >> well, living is hard because it used to be nelson mandela and probably desmond tutu. >> politicians you would let baby-sit your future grandchild? >> there are a lot of them. you know, i'm very close to a lot of the women in the senate. and i'm putting out the offer right now. if any of them want to baby-sit, all they need to do is call. they've got my number. i'd be thrilled to have them. >> game three of the nba finals. heat or spurs so you have to go with texas or florida. >> florida, when you pose it like that. >> when you pose it like that. okay, you've heard it here first. thank you so much. >> thanks, robin. >> to be here with us live with all you have going on. appreciate it. "hard choices" out today. >> thanks. >> take care. another final check of the weather with cecily. >> thank you, robin. a lot of people out here for r5.
emily and justina, you have a message for rob. >> yes, i do. >> what is that. >> i want to take a selfie with him. >> okay, all right, rob, you heard it here. pressure is on. let's talk about the weather. we had 119 reports of severe weather yesterday, and that threat continues from louisiana into kentucky, strong winds, large hail, even the possibility of some tornadoes. that's the big ppicture. this weather report has been brought to you by nextcard. dan. >> i'm here with two of the stars of "22 jump street," the hot new sequel to "21 jump street. wyatt russell and amber stevens
joining the cop duo of channing tatum and jonah hill. you have a bromance in the movie with channing which makes jonah a little jealous. >> yeah, channing finds a kindred spirit in the character i play. and the character i play, captain of the football-type guy. channing sees in him what he could have been, and it becomes about whether you should be with somebody that's like or opposite of you. >> you actually have a full-on romance with jonah. >> romance, oh, yeah. >> what makes your character and i can't tell if that was an enthusiastic -- >> enthusiastic. >> what makes your character fall in love with jonah hill? >> well what's kind of fun about him, in our first meeting, he gets up on stage and does some slam poetry, and my character is an art student. so i'm all into it. i think it's hilarious that he gets up there and puts
himself out there. and then we have these deep conversations and stuff. i think that's what kind of connects us. >> i wasn't aware that poetry slams are a good way to pick up ladies. >> yeah, in college, ladies are all about it. >> not the college i went to. >> poetry slams. >> i would have tried it if it was a possibility. but i didn't. you actually come from a family of actors. >> yes. >> kurt russell, goldie hawn and your sister kate hudson. you initially didn't want to get into this line of work. what happened? >> i was a professional hockey player. i played goalie for a long time, got injured. when i stopped, i looked for other things to do. i didn't think acting would be something i would be good at. i thought i would give acting a shot. it worked out. >> great to meet you. i'm excited to see the film. and we should tell our viewers that "22 jump street" is in theaters everywhere starting this friday. and coming up,
our big daddy of all surprises. and today's big daddy, the fathers who have become social media superstars. >> hey, big daddy. >> take a look at these ones. >> it's somebody's birthday. >> the ipad comes out on my actual birthday. it's like steve jobs and god got together to say, we love you phil. >> "modern family's" phil dunphy knows a cool dad is a digital dad. >> i'm a cool dad. that's my thing. i'm hip, i surf the web, i text. lol, laugh out loud. omg, oh, my god. wtf, why the face. >> and he's got some serious competition from real-life certainly superstar dads showcasing the funny. >> everybody doesn't have a problem. >> sandwiches. >> the funky. ♪ >> and the fleetingly magical
moments of fatherhood. >> want to make a few dots for the is. >> the lunch box dad has become an internet celebrity for his wacky kid-friendly lunches. >> if you had one wish, what would it be? >> i wish i could fly. >> this is not flying. >> i'm not a genie. >> he has over 600,000 followers on vine. >> and, you know, ef are time we laugh about it, maybe others will laugh about it too so let's share it. >> his videos have struck a chord. >> we received a lot of letters from, you know, from kids around the world that, you know, have come from, you know, broken homes or they were going through, you know, some issues and we had some interesting letters come through where, you know, these can define or find happiness in our vines. >> they connect with each other too. >> you didn't tell my wife, right? >> proving it's not just their children who are kids at heart. >> they're having a lot of fun there.
so bo kaufman was inspired. he's lunch box dad on facebook and he created some special pieces for each of us right here. >> so i guess this is a flag. >> exactly. and he did mine because he said i'm -- well, i am a basketball hall of famer. so he -- these are basketballs. >> little cherry tomato basketballs. >> i like that. >> i am a mediocre tennis player so he made one for me that's inspired by tennis. >> i am generic "gma" fill-in guy that just says gma. thank you very much for that. appreciate the personal touch. >> personal. personal. very healthy. >> you're a healthy guy. >> i'm pretty healthy. >> generic "gma" fill-in guy. >> you can fill in with other ideas for dan by tweeting us including pictures of you and your father all week long as we get ready for this celebration. "gma."
♪ ♪ so many fans here because r5 is back on "gma" after making their national tv debut right here back in september. their debut album has hit number one in ten countries and they're on a worldwide tour and we welcome r5. ready. >> that's good. >> i am a fan. >> thank you. >> my daughter and i listen to your music. great sound and big news. congratulations, you guys are about to go on a huge tour. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, we've been doing great right now.
we've been selling shows out all over the place. >> and the big tour starts in september. >> the big u.s. portion of the tour starts in september. we've already been to europe and canada. >> look at you, aren't you so fancy now. you're big time. >> a little bit. >> so, all four siblings we have here. then we have ellington. that's the best friend. >> yeah. we put him in a cage. >> what's it like to be the only nonsib in this? >> i'm an only child so it's nice to have a big family. ah, isn't that just adorable? >> no, you are family to these guys. >> i am family. >> and only girl, sister. anding to they are r5. now with their new single off their debut album "louder," here they are with "forget about you." >> one, two -- ♪ oh no here we go. hear your voice on the radio ♪ ♪ like every single song is about you, uh ♪
♪ every sec that we spent ♪ lots of mess stuck up in my head ♪ ♪ got me so distracted and confused ♪ ♪ baby i think i've lost my mind ♪ ♪ feels like you crashed into my life ♪ ♪ i keep on losing track of time ♪ ♪ i'm so messed up yeah i'm so messed up ♪ ♪ i can't remember what i did tonight or even yesterday ♪ ♪ like, dude, where's my car, excuse me, what's my name ♪ ♪ my mind's a total blank but i just can't forget about you ooh ooh forget about you ooh ♪ ♪ i just can't forget about you ♪ ♪ oh >> good morning. good morning. let's have a great day today. yes. ♪ think that's it's coming back something about the time we had ♪ ♪ wish that we would have been recording ♪ ♪ so right, super tight, can't
recall a thing last night but woke up with a smile in the morning ♪ ♪ baby i think i've lost my mind feels like you crashed into my life ♪ ♪ i keep on losing track of time i'm so messed up, yeah ♪ ♪ i'm so messed up ♪ i can't remember what i did tonight or even yesterday ♪ ♪ like dude where's my car excuse me what's my name excuse me what's my name ♪ ♪ my mind is a total blank ♪ i just can't forget about you ♪ ♪ oh oh forget about you oh oh ♪ i just can't forget about you ♪ ♪ ooh ooh forget about you ♪ ooh ooh can't forget about you
way way is up which way is down ♪ ♪ i'm floating high i'm spinning around ♪ ♪ i'm floating off the ground caught in my head can't get you out ♪ ♪ oh oh oh ♪ i can't remember what i did tonight like dude where is my car or excuse me what's my name ♪ ♪ i can't remember ♪ my mind's a total blank ♪ i just can't forget about you ooh ooh ♪ ♪ forget about you ♪ i just can't forget about you i can't forget about you ♪ ♪ forget about you oo ochoh ♪ ♪ oh oh oh
ellington, the drummer, do not feed the drummer. come on, guys. >> that's okay, he can eat now. before we go, we have a fun clip from the exciting new abc family show "chasing life." it follows a journalist named april starting to work her way up the ladder, but she gets a devastating diagnosis of cancer but there's a whole lot more to the show than just about being sick. take a look. >> hey, april, ki borrow a tissue? >> finally admitting you're sick? >> no, you're just drooling a little bit. just ask him out. are you one of those annoying girls that do that? >> a feminist? >> that's what i said, one of those annoying girls. >> i'm an actual reporter here. >> arts and entertainment, please. >> whoa, fighting words right there. "chasing life" starts tonight at 9:00/8:00 central on abc family. and tomorrow on "gma," the secrets to your best beach body ever. and a father's day surprise from mario batali. thanks again to r5. thanks, guys. >> have a great day. >> enjoyed it. thank you. ank you.
good morning. i'm kristen sze. happening today, the san jose city counsecil with once again consider an ordinance regulating medical marijuana dispensaries. they were required to be 1,000 feet away from school, library, and daycare centers and 150 feet from home. mike has the forecast. 100s are gone but still 90s in our inland east bay neighborhoods, 60s along the coast into san francisco. look how far inland the fog goes tonight. more cooling on the way tomorrow in your accuweather seven-day forecast. leyla? fremont, a motorcycle accident is blocking lanes and possible injuries involved along southbound nimitz. we are left with heavy backups coming away from 238.
30 minutes will get you there. kristen? >> join us for our midday new announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, "game of thrones" star kit harington. and from the new film "jersey boys," john lloyd young. and wild animals courtesy of rick schwartz and the san diego zoo. plus, jim parsons takes a seat at the co-host desk. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and jim parsons! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: oh my gosh, thank you!