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kumasi: who asked for this? drdr ♪ good morning, america. for our viewers in the west on this monday morning, fires and floods, more rain drenching kentucky and california's largest wildfire of the season is burning out of control. deadly inferno, the mckinney fire exploding in size, torching more than 51,000 acres, more than 100 structures destroyed, people having only minutes to escape. homes reduced to ash. in some cases, only a mailbox left behind with more evacuations expected today and the new warnings this morning. overnight, more rain falling in kentucky, after that catastrophic flash flooding.
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te death toll rising, with dozens still missing. what's making the search for survivors extremely complicated. president biden tests positive again, experiencing a reound covid case. the latest on his condition this morning. putin's new warning. what he just announced about hypersonic missiles, calling the u.s. a major security threat, as russia steps up its assault on southern ukraine. and the first food cargo ship leaving the ukrainian port this morning since the start of the war. down to the wire. democrats racing to pass a climate and health care bill. what it would mean for your health insurance, medication for seniors and how it would impact inflation. new royal scandal. prince charles facing questions after his charity accepted more than a million dollars from the family of osama bin laden. will smith's apology. >> i'm human and i made a mistake. >> addressing the moment he slapped chris rock at the oscars on camera for the first time.
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what rock said about it in a show over the weekend. ♪ the greatest ♪ and celebrating two of the greatest trail blazers. nba legend bill russell, a giant on and off the court with 11 titles who transformed the game of basketball and dedicated his life to equality and social jstice. and actress nichelle nichols. >> see, in our century, we learned not to fear words. >> who lit up the galaxy on "star trek," changing the landscape of television. how martin luther king jr. talked her into staying on the show and her fight to open doors for women and people of color to be astronauts. we did lose some giants this weekend. >> pat carroll as well. >> quite a weekend. good morning, america. hope you're starting your week okay.
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we have a lot to get to this mrning, start with the severe weather from coast to coast. >> yes, we are, george. it is a summer of extremes. more rain rocking kentucky overnight after that catastrophic flooding. the death toll rising there this morning. in california, the mckinney fire is raging out of control. >> this morning, crews are really struggling to contain the flames while facing wind, heat and thunderstorms that could make the rain even bigger. chief national correspondent matt gutman is there on the scene there for us in california. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. that fire exploded over the weekend. going from several hundred acres on friday to 50,000 on sunday. in fact, we were in the fire zone earlier this morning, but the smoke is so intense we had to come out. we're in oregon right now. you can see how dense the smoke is in the valley, smothering it all. the sheriff telling us he confirms there were two fatalities, a couple found in their car in their own driveway, apparently trying to flee the
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flames. this morning, firefighters rushing to beat back the flames from the biggest wildfire in california this season. the mckinney fire went from charring several hundred acres on friday to torching more than 52,000 acres on sunday. destroying over 100 structures and killing at least two people. we spoke to the sheriff earlier this morning. >> my understanding it's still 0% containment. last night we spent developing plans for today which includes going out and doing an assessment of the damage the best we can and we're also looking for any obvious deceased persons in the burn area. >> reporter: residents in over a hundred homes ordered evacuated, the fire threatened to block escape routes. search and rescue crews sent to rescue hikers as reduced visibility to just 20 feet. >> it was pretty scary.
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driving through the fire you could see on the highway by the interstate basically pitch black. it looked like midnight when it was, you know, sunset. >> reporter: many homes reduced to ash. in some cases all that remained was a mailbox on the ground or a smoldering truck nearby. >> oh, my god, look at that burn. >> reporter: this video was made friday near a home as the wind picked up. this man rushed to an rv park where his motor home was camped only minutes to throw his belongings in his truck before flames engulfed his home. >> i kept doing a turnaround to see what else i could throw in the truck, but the truck was crammed. lot to take in and try to absorb. you really can't. >> reporter: first responders have been forced to fight against the flames and the weather. this time-lapse video showing an eerie sight. the fire generating so much heat and smoke, it created its own
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weather system. lightning colliding with the bright red sky, and now with more evacuations expected there are concerns the weather could quickly change the direction the fire is going. but across this charred landscape a community is working together. >> there are quite a few people that are helping each other, you see the best parts of humans coming out. >> reporter: we mentioned the weather. overnight there were thunderstorms bringing a little precipitation, but also lightning which may have triggered additional fires. the sheriff said he's optimistic the progress of the fire has slowed and thinks he can defend the rest of the communities. michael? >> we hope that's the case, matt. thank you so much. from fire to floods. more rain falling in kentucky overnight. the death toll rising to 28 after this historic flooding and the governor saying that number could increase. eva pilgrim is in kentucky with the latest. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, michael. i want to show you the sheer
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force of this water pushing over homes, pulling down these trees. if you look along this creek bank, you can see those are actually pieces of someone's home. you can see a wall there. the water in this creek is up right now, and now this. it is raining once again. this area under a flood advisory this morning. overnight, rain sweeping across kentucky battering the same neighborhoods already destroyed by catastrophic flash flooding. >> this region has been hit harder than any of us have ever seen, maybe harder than any of us thought was possible. >> reporter: homes and businesses washed away, hundreds now living in shelters, dozens still missing. the death toll, now, at 28 including four young siblings aged 2 to 8 years old. their parents held on to them as floodwaters rose clinging to a tree near their destroyed home, but the force of the current
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pulling the children out of their grip. william cooks' brother-in-law is one of the missing. he's organizing search parties to find him. >> they want closure. they know what it is, but they want closure. >> reporter: making things difficult the size of the impacted area. this storm just the latest to devastate the area over the last several months. teams of rescuers searching approximately 24 square miles. canine units looking for survivors in mountains of debris. >> we're seeing everything you can imagine. the remains of people's lives is everywhere down this creek. baby shoes and fourth grade pictures. >> reporter: this complicating the search, trained dogs picking up on even the smallest scent. >> there's human scent in the water because others have drowned and then pushed through the water. there's human scent over everything that was in the home. >> reporter: among the stories of survival, the 17-year-old girl and her dog sitting on a roof after their home flooded.
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according to the teen's father, she placed her dog in that plastic container before swimming them both to safety. and with more than a thousand rescues this weekend alone, authorities are stepping up efforts as dozens remain missing. >> this is what we do in kentucky. we take care of one another. >> reporter: guys, this terrain is difficult on a good day. the governor saying they'll likely be searching for bodies for weeks. michael? >> difficult to imagine. thank you so much, eva. let's bring in ginger for the forecast and the fire and flood zones. good morning, ginger. >> good morning to you, michael. good morning, everyone. let's start with kentucky because it is still raining as you saw in eva's shot there. we have flood watches in place because there will be rounds of rain. this is kind of the insult. the injury has already been done, but another inch of rain will just make it worse,
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eye s especially for the people they're trying to find. they are in that highest threat for flooding today including parts of west virginia and eastern tennessee. severe storms from cincinnati back to evansville, indiana. the monsoon flash flood threat is on for nevada and death valley. and right on top of that is where you end up having that moisture meet the dry air and the wind, and that's why this time lapse that was mentioned by matt, but see the lightning coming through there. prolific lightning possible throughout this important and today. and george, with red flag warnings in place, some of the relative humidity 10% and gusts up to 45%, it's not good for fire weather. >> it sure is not. ginger, thanks. we'll go to the white house now where president biden tested positive for covid again. it's a rebound case from the anti-viral drug paxlovid. senior white house correspondent mary bruce has the story. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, george. the president is in isolation here at the white house after testing positive for covid again. the president says, though, that he is feeling well, everything is good. he's experiencing no symptoms. the president will be working here in the residence where he has to remain for the next four
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days. the white house has again had to cancel all of his events and any planned travel as the white house was hoping that the president would get back out there and tout some of his accomplishments publicly. the president, as you mentioned, is experiencing a rebound case of covid after taking the anti-viral drug paxlovid. the white house warned that this was a possibility. they had stressed this was fairly uncommon. the president saying this happens to just a small minority, but the white house and medical experts continue to underscore that this drug is extremely effective, they say, in reducing the risk of hospitalization and the risk of serious illness. robin? >> we'll keep that in mind. mary, thank you. now we have the latest on the war in ukraine, and strong words from vladimir putin about powerful new weapons. also this morning, a major development with the food shipments leaving ukraine. our senior foreign correspondent ian pannell is again on the scene for us in ukraine. good morning, ian. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, robin. it's increasingly sounding like cold war 2.0 out here, as putin points the finger at america as one of its two main national
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security threats. meanwhile, yes, there's one piece of good news, these vital grain shipments have finally started again. this morning, in a major move, the first grain ship to leave ukraine since the start of the war has just departed from odesa. it's a high-risk journey. the ship is loaded with 26,000 tons of corn. it's hoped the shipments will start to's a global hunger crisis made worse by the war. abc's patrick reevell is there. >> the first ship is finally leaving from here in odesa. you can see it behind me, moving very slowly from the port. it's headed for turkey. it's a major breakthrough for ending russia's blockade. >> reporter: the entire ukrainian coastline under a russian blockade since the start of the war. russia displaying its strength at sea. speaking at the country's navy day parade sunday, putin announcing the deployment of hypersonic missiles in the coming months. [speaking foreign language] saying, the systems have no equal in the world for which will are no barriers and putin
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signing a new navy doctrine, increasing russia's military presence citing as a major security threats what it calls the united states' goal of dominance in the world ocean and nato's mounting activity. this as the fighting in the south of ukraine intensifies. as ukraine mounts a counteroffensive to take back the russian-held city of kherson, mortgages that russia is moving a large number of troops from the east to the south, causing widespread devastation. president zelenskyy calling it one of the most brutal shellings in the region over the entire period of the full scale war. ukrainian officials saying the attacks consisted of at least 12 missiles. destroying numerous buildings, including the home of a ukrainian grain magnet and his wife, killing them both as grain shipments finally get going again. well, this movement of russian
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troops from the east to the south seems in response to this ukrainian counteroffensive. i think it's fair to say that if a month ago the momentum appeared with russia, today that seems to have ended. george? >> ian pannell, thanks. now to capitol hill where congressional democrats are racing to pass a climate and health care bill ahead of the august recess. the stakes are high and the margins are close. congressional correspondent rachel scott is tracking it all. good morning, rachel. >> reporter: george, good morning. it is down to the wire for senate democrats now scrambling to get this economic bill passed before they leave town for the august recess on friday. if they pull it off, it would be the largest investment in climate in u.s. history, putting $369 billion toward climate and energy initiatives, including tax credits for buying electric vehicles, a major investment for americans buying their own health insurance, and it would also lower the cost of medications for seniors. all of this would be paid for increasing taxes on big corporations and the wealthy.
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but this morning, it's unclear if democrats have the votes they need to get it passed. they need the support of all 50 senate democrats and right now there's still one big holdout. senator kyrsten sinema of arizona has not indicated if she plans to vote yes. >> what impact will this this on inflation? >> reporter: it's in the name of the bill, the inflation reduction act. democrats argue it puts billions of dollars towards tackling the deficit, it would help reduce inflation. one outside analysis says it would slightly increase inflation in 2024 before bringing it back down. george? >> thanks very much, rachel. michael? now to celebrating an nba giant on and off the court. bill russell won more championships than any other player in league history. he was also a towering figure in the civil rights movement. t.j. holmes is here with more on his life and legacy and what a legacy it is, t.j. >> yeah, strahan, it's crazy. we talk about michael jordan's six and we were in awe that tom brady has seven. bill russell has 11 championships. the man literally has more rings than fingers.
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that only scratches the surface of his greatness. it's easy to stand out or stand tall at 6'10," but it wasn't easy for a black athlete to stand up for what's right at that time, and that may be the greatest part of this great's legacy. the sports world mourning the loss of a legend. >> there isn't anyone here that has had as much fun as i have had in my life. >> reporter: bill russell, one of the most decorated basketball players, most decorated athletes of all-time. 11 nba titles, 5 mvp awards in 13 seasons with the boston celtics. his final two seasons in boston he served as player/coach, the first black head coach in major u.s. sports history. at 6'10", russell was a pioneer and revolutionized the way defense was played. >> he lays it up. it's blocked by russell. >> reporter: in 2009 the nba named the most valuable player trophy after the hall of famer. then in 2011, he received the medal of freedom from president
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obama. >> he endured insults and vandalism, but he kept on focusing on making the teammates who he loved better players, and made possible the success of so many who would follow. >> reporter: michael jordan honored his legacy. writing, he paved the way and set an example for every black player who came into the league after him, including me. the world has lost a legend. magic johnson tweeting bill russell was my idol. i looked up to him on the court and off. russell dedicated much of his life to equality and social justice. >> lot to do with the respect that athletes are treated with, black and white. >> reporter: russell famously joined fellow players in boycotting a 1961 celtics game after facing racial discrimination. in 1967, he stood with muhammad ali in his stance against the vietnam war. the russell family honored his memory writing, we hope each of us can find a new way to act or speak up with bill's uncompromised dignified and always constructive commitment
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to principle. that would be one last and lasting win for our beloved number 6. he was a pall bearer at jackie robinson's funeral. he didn't realize he was a hero to jackie robinson. robin, i heard you talking. he never led his team in pots he 22.5 rebounds a game in his career. that's ridiculous. >> the reason i was making that point, t.j., he was such a team player. it wasn't about him. it was about the team. thanks, t.j. >> what a champion. a lot more coming up here on "gma" including chris rock's response to will smith's new apology. but right now let's go back to ginger. >> i've got at least ten people dead in the pacific northwest amid this heat wave which ends for most people tomorrow. starting the morning at 73, portland, oregon, 95 degrees for seven straight days. that's the longest stretch on record for that long for that hot. your local weather now in 30 seconds.
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drew: here with your accuweather forecast. the chance for an isolated shower and the threat of lightning. 60's and 70's along the shoreline. 80's and 90's in the end. chances are out of here tomorrow and we will start to warm up midweek. very august like still to come this morning, we're going to celebrate pat carroll and also nichelle nichols, one of the brightest
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structures and killed two people since friday. and in kentucky, the death toll has risen to 28 after the catastrophic flooding. the governor there is warning the number could rise. also right now, banana boat is recalling products over a cancer-causing chemical found in its hair and scalp products. you can go to our website, goodmorningamerica.com, to see the lot numbers and expirati are dog theomen'samim a record-breaking crowd, more than 87,000 at wembley stadium. england scored this goal in extra time. this is the first major tournament win for the england women, and the first for england since the men captured the 1966 world cup. >> she was not going to stop until she got that ball in the goal. >> she got her shot. we have a lot more ahead including tributes for pat carroll, the voice behind ursula in "the little mermaid," and nichelle nichols as well. michael? now to will smith apologizing on camera for the
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first time for slapping chris rock at this year's oscars. chris rock addressing the new video in one of his shows over the weekend. t.j. holmes is back with that. hey, t.j. >> no surprise we hear from both of these men. will smith is apologizing and chris rock is cracking a joke, no surprise there necessarily. but they're talking about the same incident. what's different here is will smith, we're hearing his voice and seeing him for the first time in this apology. he sits down on camera and answers questions, but this was no interview. >> i'm human and i made a mistke. >> reporter: will smith once again apologizing but this time and for the first time on camera for that now infamous slap. >> i reached out to chris and the message that came back is that he's not ready to talk. chris, i apologize to you. my behavior was unacceptable and
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i'm here when you're ready to talk. >> reporter: the more than five-minute video released to his social media accounts addresses some of the topics many have been questioning. >> why didn't you apologize to chris in your acceptance speech? i was fogged out by that point. >> denzel said to me a few minutes ago, he said at your highest moment, be careful. that's when the devil comes for you. >> reporter: and just hours after smith's apology video was posted, chris rock addressed it too at a comedy stop in atlanta over the weekend. reportedly joking that anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in the face. he went on to say, if everyone claims to be a victim then nobody will hear the real victims. he also called will smith suge
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smith. in his video the "king richard" star addressed rock's family as well. >> i wasn't thinking about how many people got hurt in that moment. so i want to apologize to chris' mother. i want to apologize to chris' family. >> reporter: smith also attempted to put to rest what many had assumed that night that wife jada was the reason he went up on the stage in the first place. after showing clear displeasure about rock's joke about her hair. >> i made a choice on my own from my own experiences, from my history with chris. jada had nothing to do with it. >> reporter: at the end of his oscar speech that night, smith said he hoped the academy would invite him back, but the fallout had begun. ending with him resigning from the academy and being banned from the annual event for the next decade. >> i know it was confusing. i know it was shocking, but i -- i promise you i am deeply devoted and committed to putting
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light and love and joy into the world. >> this was a five-minute-plus video, but he only took three questions. assuming they were plucked from fans' questions. at the end he says this -- if you hang on, he says, he'll be able to be friends again. this is how he ends this video. al some comeback. he's clearly asking people for time and forgiveness in that video. >> thank you, t.j. now to prince charles facing new questions over a donation to his charity from the family of osama bin laden. maggie rulli is at buckingham palace with the story. good morning, maggie. >> reporter: good morning, george. this isn't the first time this summer that prince charles' charities have been wrapped up in a scandal and this is all happening just as the prince is taking on more responsibilities in the royal family. this morning, a new scandal rocking the royal family. the heir to the throne, prince charles accused of accepting
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more than a million dollars in 2013 for his charity from the family of osama bin laden, the founder of al qaeda and the mastermind behind the september 11th attacks. >> although the prince of wales has done nothing illegal in accepting this money, it's optically just appalling. >> reporter: according to the "sunday times," the future king secured the fund from two of osama bin laden's half-brother in saudi arabia, neither have ties to terrorism. the family officially disavowed bin laden decades ago. "the sunday times" also claiming the prince agreed to the donation despite several of his advisers allegedly pleading with him to return the money. warning, it would cause national outrage if the news leaked to the media. >> fundamentally i think that this has been naive at best and stupid at worst. these revelations, although not illegal, don't actually help his reputation, and damage the monarchy in the long-term. >> reporter: the prince's office clarence house confirming the donation was made but denying
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that prince charles brokered it. in a statement saying, the charitable fund has assured us that thorough due diligence was undertaken in accepting this donation. the decision to accept was taken by the charity's trustees alone. any attempt to characterize it otherwise is false. as prince charles steps further into the spotlight taking over responsibilities from the queen, these new allegations coming on the heels of another scandal. reports surfaced that prince charles' charity accepted more than $3 million of cash in suitcases from a qatari billionaire over the last decade. dubbed the cash in bags controversy, the charity commission reviewed this claim, deciding that no further action would be taken and no investigation would be launched. since it appears there was nothing illegal about that donation from the osama bin laden family, no investigation has been announced. but it's the optics around that donation that could cause the most harm. gys? >> thank you, maggie. coming up, celebrating actress nichelle nichols, from "star trek," to nasa.
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appeared on american television, the civil rights movement of the 1960s was still very much under way. in some parts of the country, if you looked like her and were out at night, you could be harmed. for many she was more than just an actress. >> space, the final frontier. >> reporter: "star trek" was the only television show that dr. martin luther king and his wife would allow their children to watch at night. >> you see in our century, we've learned not to fear word. >> reporter: it was because of actress nichelle nichols who joins the stars and the heavens this morning. her family regrets to share she died of natural causes saturday night in new mexico saying her light, like the ancient galaxies now being seen for the first time, will remain for us and future generations to enjoy. in 1966 when "star trek" first premiered, she was one of the few faces of color on all of tv, and "star trek" was just an odd
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dared to go where no man has ever gone before. like television's first interracial kiss with actor william shatner. he writes today she was a beautiful woman and played an admirable character. >> i'm not afraid. i'm not afraid. >> reporter: at the time interracial marriage only recently became u.s. law. in an interview for "the archive of american television," she explained how she wanted to leave the series for a role on broadway, and how dr. king talked her into staying. >> i said, well, i'm leaving "star trek." he said, you cannot. you cannot. he said, for the first time on television, we will be seen as we should be seen every day.
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as intelligent, quality, beautiful people who can sing, dance, but who can go into space, who can be lawyers, who can be teachers. >> reporter: she wasn't just lieutenant uhura. >> you know that they say, lieutenant. be careful what you wish for. you may get it. >> reporter: she was a real-life changemaker. >> this is your nasa. >> reporter: pushing the government to welcome and train black and female astronauts. >> we talk a lot in hollywood about this idea of you have to see it to be it, and you have to imagine that seeing her on screen changed countless lives. >> reporter: her costar from the original series, george takei posted this photo saying, we live long and prosper together, and saying my eyes are now like the shining stars you rest among. nichelle nichols was 89 years old. she leaves behind a son and other family. just to underline this point, robin, the representation that she gave the world at that time was rare.
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robin? >> it truly was, steve. thank you so much for your report. the impact that she had and the tributes coming in are just really fitting for someone of that stature. >> something for people to see every day on their screen. >> and "star trek" in general was very inclusive when you think about the cast. >> and very progressive. without a doubt. stay right there, everybody. our "play of the day" is coming up next. aren't as clean as you'd like... isn't your dishwasher, it's the detergent. i recommend cascade platinum and a new routine. let's watch it work! cascade platinum uses dawn as a built-in pre-rinse system. it rehydrates dried on food... ...lifts it off... ...and breaks it down. for sparkling clean dishes the first time. ok, who wants to start? just scrape... load... and we're done! cascade platinum. scrape, load, done. don't let inflation win! score big deals on the best active brands at kohl's. save 20% on nike shoes... 25% on the latest from champion and adidas...
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. fires and floods. more rain drenching kentucky. with the death toll rising, what's making the search for survivors extremely complicated. and the largest wildfire of the season is burning out of control in california, killing at least two people. the new warnings this morning. we're live on the ground in both hard-hit areas. the new cdc warning about the growing monkeypox emergency, saying children 8 and under could develop more severe illness. dr. ashton is here with the signs and symptoms to be aware of. ♪ my hips don't lie ♪ shakira's court battle. the global superstar facing more than eight years behind bars if convicted of tax fraud in spain, and more than $20 million in
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fines. ♪ you're so golden ♪ megamillions mystery. who is america's newest billionaire and do they even know they're the winner of the $1.3 billion jackpot? ♪ those poor unfortunate souls ♪ she's the most diva disney villain of them all. this morning, celebrating the voice behind the undeniable ursula, veteran actress pat carroll. ♪ and diego luna is here live getting ready to return to a galaxy far, far away with his new trailer for the "star wars" series "andor." and put your paws up because it's dogust 1st, and we're celebrating all the amazing dogs across the country with a larger than life adoption event. are you ready to find your new best friend? it's all ahead as lara kicks off
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our week-long celebration from america's first-ever animal shelter and she's saying -- >> good morning, america. ♪ who let the dogs out ♪ ♪ who let the dogs out ♪ that song will always be around. always got a need for that song. good morning, america. thank you for joining us. it's august 1st, also known as dogust 1st. it's the universal birthday for shelter dogs. >> that's why we're kicking off our week-long event, the dog days of summer celebrating all dogs across the country. the pups you're going meet, good news, they're all adoptable. lara's at the country's first animal shelter just outside of philadelphia. how is it going there, lara? >> reporter: robin, i'm in heaven as you can imagine. i'm with brax who loves a belly rub as you can see. such a precious creature, one of the many as you said, at the very first shelter in the
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country. what a love this guy is, and fully trained i might add. we have been playing all morning long. we want to share with you that today is, of course, dogust 1st. it's the universal birthday for all dogs out there whose birthdays we don't know, the shelter dogs who need great homes and i'm going to share a dog here in the city of brotherly love, putting the love in the name, we'll show you him coming up before i get absolutely inundated with kisses by the cutest dog. he's available for adoption. back to you. >> i don't think he's available anymore. he just got adopted by a hundred people right there. what a sweet dog. we'll have a lot more on that coming up. right now we're going to get to the news. the mckinney fire is raging out of control. chief national correspondent
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matt gutman is on the scene. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning. we're actually in oregon right now. that's california, but the smoke covers many hundreds of square miles at this point. that fire burned so hot it incinerated over 100 homes. in many cases just a mailbox or a chimney or truck left behind. so hot, in fact, the created its own weather system. essentially thunderstorms firing lightning into the fire system, which then triggered new fires over the weekend. might have happened again overnight. the smoke is so dense the sheriff tells me that they don't know for sure. sheriff also saying, confirming two fatalities here.there were - people were found in their car in their driveway, apparently just trying to flee the flames. the sheriff said he's confident they're going to be able to protect the rest of the communities here.
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robin? >> we share that optimism. matt, thank you. from california to kentucky, where the search for survivors is intensifying after that devastating and deadly flooding, abc's eva pilgrim is on the ground with the latest. good morning, again, eva. >> reporter: good morning, robin. you can see those are literally walls to someone's house sitting on the bank of this creek behind me and if you take a look at our drone shot you'll see more debris littering along the creek but you'll also see slabs of concrete, all in a row. those were once homes that were washed away by this water as it came very powerfully through this area. overnight we saw more torrential downpours battering this area, the same neighborhoods already destroyed by catastrophic flash flooding. the death toll now at 28 including four young siblings ages 2 to 8 years old. homes, businesses washed away. hundreds now living in shelters. dozens still missing. making things difficult is the size of this impacted area. teams of rescuers searching
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approximately 24 square miles. canine units looking for survivors in mountains of debris and with more than a thousand rescues this weekend o missing. guys, this is a difficult terrain to search on a good day. the governor here in kentucky saying, they will likely be looking for bodies for weeks. robin? >> hard to hear. so hard to hear, eva. thank you. michael? >> thank you, robin. now to the growing monkeypox outbreak. new york state and city declaring health emergencies with the cdc reporting about 5,200 cases worldwide. now saying children 8 and under could develop more severe illness. joining us now is abc news chief medical correspondent dr. jennifer ashton. doc, thanks for joining us. what's the cdc saying about the highest risk groups? >> this is a cdc health alert, this is put out to health care providers because they want doctors and providers to be aware.
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right now i want to be clear. this is a rapidly evolving and dynamically changing situation. 99% of the cases thus far have been in gay men, but there is concern that that could change. so the groups the cdc want people to understand may be at higher risk -- people are compromised immune systems like uncontrolled hiv or dealing with cancer treatments, pregnant women, not necessarily for them, but the risk of transmission to the fetus, and then children under the age of 8. and again, people's radars needs to be up for this. >> without a doubt. if you're a parent of a young child, or children, what should you look out for? what are the signs and symptoms? >> for everyone, right now, the overall risk is low, but again, as we test more we'll see more cases. so signs and symptoms of monkeypox, it starts with headaches, body aches, fever, flu-like symptoms. also could feel like another virus, covid. then the characteristic painful
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blisters usually starting on the face could spread to the entire body. internally as well. most doctors, michael, have never seen a case of this. there's a chance it could be misdiagnosed as herpes or ingrown hairs so we need to have this on our radar. >> thank you doctor, for your information on this. robin? all right, michael, we're remembering someone who was anything but a poor, unfortunate soul. emmy winning veteran actress pat carroll, best known as the voice of ursula in "the little mermaid" has passed away. she was the comedic mainstay on stage, on screen, winning an emmy for the sketch comedy series, "caesar's hour." that was back in 1956 long before becoming one of disney's most memorable villains in 1989. pat carroll was 95 years old. >> wow, unmistakable right there. coming up, shakira is in some hot water, headed to court in spain to fight tax evasion charges. also, this morning the
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start of a new week, new month here on "gma" with our ♪ forever forever ♪ start of a new week, new month here on "gma" with our cover story, and superstar singer shakira heading to court in spain to fight tax evasion charges, facing more than eight years behind bars if convicted. james longman joins us now with those details. good morning, james. >> reporter: good morning, robin. these are huge sums of money we're talking about here. spanish prosecutors say shakira owes millions of dollars in taxes. she says she's paid them all already. if the two sides can't agree, this goes to trial. ♪ whenever forever ♪ this morning, global pop superstar shakira is facing an eight-year prison sentence if convicted for failing to pay taxes in spain. ♪ i'm on tonight ♪ ♪ you know my hips don't lie ♪ >> reporter: the "hips don't lie" singer has been accused by spanish prosecutors for tax fraud, failing to pay the
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spanish government $14.8 million in taxes between 2012 and 2014, asking for an additional $24.5 million in interest. a rep for shakira firing back, saying, the singer has always cooperated and abided by the law. saying the spanish tax office continues to violate her rights and pursue yet another baseless case. >> the spanish government has made no secret of going after celebrities for tax evasion. we've had lionel messi, cristiano ronaldo and now shakira, and often times the government wants to make an example of them. >> reporter: the pop star rejected a settlement deal and opted to go to trial instead. her attorneys argue she lived a majority of 2012 to 2014 in the bahamas and not in spain and
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filed her taxes accordingly. >> her team may have analyzed the facts and determined as she claims that she's innocent and did nothing wrong. the fact that they declined a plea deal now does not foreclose settlement down the road. >> reporter: the 45-year-old has sold over 80 million albums worldwide becoming a musical sensation in both the english and spanish language music world. now, this is all coming at a very difficult time for shakira. she split up with her longtime partner earlier this year. i hope she gets it resolved as soon as possible just as her millions of fans do, i imagine. >> you're right about that, james. we all hope that. thank you. >> thank you, james. now to that search for that million dollar lottery winner. >> billion. billion. >> i'm sorry to cut you short by a lot. [ laughter ] i couldn't do the math. it's so much money. the $1.3 billion megamillions hit by a single ticket. alex perez is in illinois where that ticket was sold. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, michael. that winning ticket was sold right here at this speedway gas station.
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the big winner, whoever that is, has not come forward yet, but when they do, they will be about $780 million richer. now who has that single ticket that matched all of the numbers remains a mystery, but officials know it was sold right here in this place just outside chicago. that jackpot had soared to a whopping $1.34 billion. it's the biggest jackpot ever won in illinois. now in this state, winners of prizes this big can request their name and municipality remain private. no one has claimed the jackpot yet. by the way, 26 other tickets across the country also won $1 million, and the owner of this gas station also a winner, they will get about $500,000 for selling that winning ticket. michael? >> all right, alex. thank you. i would want to remain anonymous as well. >> absolutely. >> save yourself a lot of trouble down the world. it is time now for "pup news." let's go back to lara in philly.
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hey, lara. >> reporter: well, it's not me. it's javi. he has stolen the show here, and hopefully he will steal your heart and we'll find him a great home. javi will assist me for this special edition of "pup news." we're going to start with a story i loved, an act of canine kindness from dwayne johnson. his movie "d.c. pets" taking over the box office this weekend. the rock, as usual, such a great guy. taking on the role of real life superhero for one family at a special screening of a film. take a look at this. >> i was told by your mom and dad that you guys have had this dream, like, all of your lives to get a dog. is that right? >> yes, that's right. that's very right. >> all right. well, guess what? i'm here. you can take me home. i have something special for you guys. i'll be right back.
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i want to welcome your newest family member. this is quail. would you like to hold him? >> reporter: another rescue dog adopted. w abo the surprise on instagram saying, quote, stuff like this will always be the best part of my job. johnson partnered with the best friends animal society to get quail into his forever home and make that sweet moment possible. so happy to report another dog gets a home. yes, we're going to do this. right, buddy? it's so hard to believe that javi is a rescue dog and needing a home. this dog is incredible, and we have a very happy update on a story we first saw in "world news tonight" with our pal david muir. at the humane society in ohio, thought they were saving 30 dogs when they got a call. they got to this location and they were shocked to see almost triple that number. in their largest ever rescue mission they saved 80 dogs,
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ranging in age from one week old to 12 week old, all living in this home. they gave them shelter, medical care after rescuing them. this morning i'm happy to report that ten days after every single one of these furry friends is healthy, dozens have already been adopted. the pups are still getting their shots and microchips, but many of the dogs are still available as early as today for adoptions. families in the area are also helping out by fostering the rest of those pups in the meantime. a happy ending there in the making. well. wantou anre named bonnie, 5-year-old beagle mix. she was in the mood for a run, she escaped from her family home in england. she was rescued by a good samaritan.
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he was on his way to a dog show. he found bonnie wandering on a busy road, he has two pups, he decided to enter bonnie in contest. guess what, guys? bonnie brought home a third place ribbon. she was reunited with her family a few hours after going mssing. the day might have started out a little ruff, but it sure didn't end that way. for bonnie, a lucky winner. with that, javi looks a little bored. i'm going to throw it back to you. >> we have all dogs. it's going to be a miracle if ano one of us doesn't go home with another dog this week. >> a lot of chances this week. now let's go to ginger. >> thank you, george. yes, i'm resisting. tampa, austin, memphis, all on track to date with their hottest summers on record. houston, hottest july on record. hottest june on record after their second hottest may. it's been a hot stretch, and there's more where that came from. looking at the numbers going drew: here with your accuweather forecast. the chance for an isolated
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shower and the threat of lightning. 60's and 70's along the shoreline. 80's and 90's in the end. chances are out of here tomorrow and we will start to warm up midweek. very august like now now to new series "andor," which explores the back story of the "star wars" universe. andor is played by diego luna. he joins us now. welcome back to "gma." it's great to have you. >> thanks for having me. >> in "rogue i" you talked about bringing your kids to set. are they still into the series? >> they still love the idea that i'm part of the universe. they were young then. i was worried about them delivering information that was
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se sensitive. now it's the other way around. it's like, they're so bossy. you know, it feels like they work for disney now. wake up, go to work, do it right. >> wake up, go to work, do it right, and don't say a word about the script. >> exactly. >> but you've always been into "star wars." you have your own action figure. what is it like being a part of that universe and any interesting fan encounters? >> it's so unique. all my life i've been trying to get people's attention to watch the stories we want to tell, making noise so people would be like, who is that guy? this is the opposite. the expectation is there. i was there at the -- at the "star wars" celebration. the audience there, it's like you can tell there's so much love for this. they want to see it, but they want to love it, you know? that energy is so special, like nothing else. >> scary that they know more about your character than you do. >> sometimes, yes. they know how to pronounce the names better than i do.
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>> you do just fine. this is really exploring your character's origin story. what can we expect? what can you tell us? >> it's quite unique because we know what he's capable of, we'll meet him when he doesn't know he's capable of that. we'll meet him when life is tough. it's sometimes a dark and interesting life. he's just a regular guy that suddenly has to become part of something bigger, has to become part of a community that rises. it's the beginning of the -- the origins of the revolution. it's a beautiful story. it reminds us of what we're all capable of. there's no jedi around. it's people having to take control. >> and when you were here last night you talked about doing your own stunts. did you do them this time around? >> i'm a little older. i needed sometimes some help. i love that. i love the whole world. suddenly i'm a kid on the set
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because everything is real, everything is there. we don't work with green screens. the stuff is built. the props work. they make noises. you know, the thing moves. >> you seem like a kid now. >> you have a big announcement for us. >> well, yeah. we're very proud of the series. we've been working so hard. we want to give the fans the most. i'm here to tell everyone that the series will come out the 21st of september. >> soon. >> and we're making sure you get the most. we'll deliver three episode at once, you know, that day. that doesn't happen often. >> you're going to break the internet that day. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. the idea is that fans get to see the full thing. you know, it would be horrible to watch one episode and have to wait a week. with three episodes you get to meet all the new characters, the
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new planets. it's going to be amazing. it's going to be worth the wait a little longer. we have here the trailer, the official trailer for the first time. i read it off. >> let's take a look. >> i can't wait to see it with you. >> the empire is choking us so slowly. we're starting not to notice. >> wouldn't you rather give it all to something real? i need all the heros i can get. >> for the greater good. >> call it what you want. >> let's call it war. >> are you a fish? are you a thief? >> as long as everyone thinks i'm an irritation, it doesn't show them what i'm really doing. >> this is what revolution looks like. >> i'm tired of losing.
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♪ ♪ >> "andor," three-episode premiere streaming september 21st, only on disney+. "a"andor, premiere streaming on disney plus. friday, here's your one shot to start your weekend off with the cast of hamilton, performing live in park. hamilton live in their first-ever morning show performance. friday only on "good morning
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>> building a better bay area. moving forward. finding solutions. this abc 7 news. kumasi: good morning. we are going to check in with sue for a look at traffic. sue: let's go to the golden gate bridge where the fog is lifting off of the span. traffic is moving nicely here, at the limit over the waldo grade, robin williams tunnel. elsewhere, slow and go other than its freeway leaving oakland. by the coliseum you can see it in moving nicely, at the limit in both directions. kumasi:
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>> bay area live is on the way. diego luna tells us about his new series. drew: we are going out to live doppler 7. scattered showers. lake county, another lightning strike over the past 15 minutes. as we track these showersthe the lightning. we saw another strike off the coast of marin county this morning. isolated showers possible throughout the day. the threat diminishes as the sun
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goes down tonight. kumasi: another abc 7 news update in about 30 minutes. friday, here's your one shot to start your weekend off with the cast of "hamilton," performing live in the park. "hamilton" live in their first ever morning show performance. friday only on "good morning america," sponsored by massage envy. welcome back to "gma." so excited to have hamilton performing for us in central park, head to our website to get your free tickets. specia welcome back to "gma." so excited to have hamilton performing for us in central park. head to our website to get your free tickets. special guests right here for dogust, winnie right here, this is the universal birthday for all shelter dogs, created by the he up a od. animal shelter.
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l thesep foradtion. seshs iep.you the qr code on yr screen to learn more. all week long "gma" is celebrating all dogs across america. >> you and mariah go together like babies and pacifiers. >> what? this morning, we're in the city of brotherly love. lara is just outside of philadelphia at the country's first animal shelter. hey, again, lara. >> reporter: hey there, michael. i'll see your mariah and raise you one javi, one of the many dogs up for adoption here at the animal center. this is where it all began, guys, the very first animal shelter in america, the bi birthplace of animal rescue in america. they've saved thousands of lives. they've changed the lives of the families who give them their forever homes. we'll have more about these
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doggies in just a bit, but first, we want you to meet the pup that's the heart and soul of philadelphia, works at the children's hospital in philadelphia. >> sunday night, taking dilly a. >> reporter: meet 4-year-old dilly, a labrador retriever with a heart of gold. >> i would describe dilly as a very goofy dog. he's very snuggly, extremely smart and really just the greatest thing that's ever happened in my life. >> reporter: beloved by his handler lizzie and here at the children's hospital of philadelphia where he works as a full-time employee. as a trained facility dog, dilly brings joy and support in even the most difficult times, offering unconditional love. >> good boy. >> when you're with a family and a patient, you see how everybody's body language starts to relax. he kind of reads the room and knows what to do. >> he's doing one of the hardest jobs here and that hardest job is making someone, you know, happy and hopeful. someone that has a hard job but also sleeps on the job at the
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same time. >> reporter: 16-year-old cameron and dilly are now forever friends. >> i remember, when i met dilly, it kind of brought normalcy to being here. >> reporter: bonded throughout his extended hospitalization. >> thursday at 4:00 were dilly days. if cameron had a procedure that morning or afternoon, the first back in time for dilly? i be - >> reporter: dilly by cameron's side through his heart transplant surgery and as he healed. >> cameron's first longest walk was with dilly. if dilly wasn't available, cameron probably wouldn't have walked that day. that was the beginning of cameron's recovery. >> reporter: always doing his part to help his young patients thrive. >> not a lot of words happening at the time but there's so much deep meaning going on. there's so much more being conveyed between the dog and the patient. to me that's the magic of doing this work. >> reporter: that's the magic. just want to be clear, you can't adopt dilly.
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he's a trained working dog whose work has made such a difference for the patients and staff at the children's hospital of philadelphia. robin? >> but you don't have to be a trained dog like dilly to make a difference. there countles homes. you want to meet mariah? >> reporter: i do. >> let's meet some other ones there with you, lara. >> reporter: absolutely. it's time, everybody, for these posh pups at the women's animal center in bensalem to strut their stuff and hopefully woo you into bringing them home. first up, benjamin, everybody, in a tennis look serving an ace in style, yes. this boy would make the perfect doubles partner because he loves fetching the ball.
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he loves chasing the ball. he's 8 years young. he's a greyhound retriever mix. he's ready to be your love match. give it up for benjamin. next up, we have onyx, dazzling our runway in bark jacobs. yes, i said it. 2 years old. terrier pitbull mix who is a total sweetheart with the silliest sense of humor. loves to play outside and loves to chew bones and loves the musical stylings of weird al. i don't know why i know that, but i do. thank you so much, onyx. you're gorgeous. oh, my goodness. brax, his cowboy look, what a handsome devil. i love this dog so much. he's a big baby. this beautiful 3-year-old is just dying to come home with you. he's a terrier pitbull mix with nothing but love to give. he wants to lasso his way into your heart. he'd liked to show off his impeccable manners.
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you saw a glimpse of those earlier in the show. finally -- oh, no. not finally. is this bishop? oh, wow, bishop is bedazzled. don't be afraid to roll the dice on this vegas guy. do you see that? wow, he's ready for a night on the town. 5-year-old terrier/pit bull mix, shy at first but he's great with he loves dogs and he lives well with cats. a well-rounded guy smiling, wagging his tail right now. he r finall lt not least we have wesker. he's a penn state fan. a total love. a rottweiler mix. 70 pounds of pure joy. his little nubby tail a wagging at all times.
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he's a sweetheart. i have personally kissed and hugged all of these dogs and place.ill make your home a happ- that's just a look at some of the animals here. >> i'm sure he's a penn state fan because you're a penn state alum. >> reporter: i had nothing to do with that. >> i'm sure. you said it best, those are just five of the animals calling the shelter home right now. there are so many others that need homes as well. >> the number is 150, michael, 92 cats, 49 dogs, 9 rabbits, 8 guinea pigs to be exact. that's the count right now. it takes money to shelter these animals. i want to introduce you to an incredible lady, my new pal. this is karen lash. she works tirelessly karee beinhes ve firstnil shter in ariivg dogs anr me pbe saf si. animals have you
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rescued over the years? >> record-keeping isn't the same as it was in 1869. no computers back then. we can go far back as 2015 and say 10,000 shelter pets have found their forever homes. [ cheers and applause ] >> we're really proud of that. >> that's amazing. it takes a lot of love, money, a lot of effort to make this place run. you do it so beautifully. we thought you might need a little help and we have a really wonderful friend and partner in rachael ray and her company nutrish. she'd like to share with you a check for $5,000. keep up the incredible work that you do. >> thank you. >> such a pleasure. so touched by the work that you do. i got to play with the doggies. i'll send it back to my friends in new york who have even more
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rescue pups that need homes. thank you. >> i love north shore animal league. you don't want to chance it with enzo. you don't even want any dog smell on you. >> i'm going to be in so much trouble when i get home. daisy and cooper are not going to be happy. all those dogs in philly are up for adoption, so are thes dogs at north shore. f adoption on o website at goodmorningamerica.com, or you can scan that qr code on your screen. tomorrow we head to tampa. don't miss it. coming up, the stars of "reservation dogs" are here.
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we're back now with three we're back now with three rising stars from the critically acclaimed breakout epic show "reservation dogs." it's about a group of indigenous teenagers living on a reservation in rural oklahoma. welcome to "gma," you three, and you decided to bring the dogs with you, huh? >> straight from the rez. >> this show, it has an all-indigenous cast and crew. paulina, i'm curious. what does it mean to you to work on a show like this? >> i mean, it's amazing. it's like my dream show. growing up we never had a show to really call ours. we didn't have a show where i could look at the tv and see
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myself. now we're authentically doing it in all our way and little kids don't have to worry about role models anymore. we're doing it our own way. >> i love that. you know what, let's not delay anymore. let's take a look at a clip. >> who is he talking to? >>safe to say he's delusional. >> have to set a good example. >> uncle. >> what? >> the director's cut of "big trouble in little china." i've never seen this one. >> what are you kids doing here? >> i need help. >> no. you got me in the middle of making myself a better man. >> people might have noticed that the owl's eyes in that scene are pixelated because indigenous people believe that owls are bad omens. i know you said it was very important to respect traditions, especially in the darker scenes. tell me about that. >> how we started off both season 1 and 2 and how we ended
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it was doing ceremony. we blessed the set and each other to do it right. it's the same thing we did on how we tackled the harder scenes in the first season. there was a scene that was very dark. we smudged ourselves with sage to cleanse that bad energy we got from before and after. a good way -- >> to set the tone for everything. and, lane, this was your first audition. how is acting life treating you? >> it's been crazy. it's been amazing. i've got to go places where i never thought i would. i met these guys. they've been helping me every step of the way. i get to -- i get to be here and it's been amazing.
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it's been such an honor because i have been watching this show, like, mostly all my life and watching these actors and now i get to see some of them and they have been amazing. it's been such a wild ride, and i'm so honored. >> was did your family think about the show and your character cheese? >> that's all they call me now. it's been amazing. everyone's so excited and, you know, we talk about it a lot at get-togethers and all that stuff. it's been amazing. they've all been so positive and it's just been amazing. >> paulina and d'pharaoh, how has it been for you? what are some of the things you you're hearing when people meet you? >> i get from my family and friends, i'm not acting. it's how i am. turn the camera on. >> and you're you. >> same for me. i'm very similar to bear. >> keep on doing what you're doing. keep being yourself. that's why people love the show.
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it's season 2, "reservation dogs" premieres exclusively wednesday on hulu. make sure you check it out. thank you three for joining me. >> thank you so much for having us. >> of course. our pleasure. ginger, over to you. >> michael, they said do you want to hold a puppy? is that a real question? of course, i want to hold a puppy. in these emergencies like the flash flood emergency happening again this morning with the warnings just north of hazard, where all of the issues were and they're still looking for survivors. they're getting heavy rain as we speak. 1 to 2 1/2 inches in those areas. then you get west to california, san bernardino, and they've got big-time issues with the mudslides. i'll have much more coming up. let's get drew: here with your accuweather forecast. and isolated showers possible with the chance of a lightning strike. here is the forecast. warming up midweek and weekend is
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♪ what a way to start the week and the new month, back now with rock and roll hall of famer joan jett, y'all. she's been performing for five decades with hits like "i love rock 'n roll," "bad reputation." joan jett and the black hearts, out with their first-ever acoustic album. tell us about the new music, joan. >> it's just an approach that we've taken that's different. it's a little change-up from what we normally do and it was something that initially we wanted to give to our fans like an extra bonus.
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once we started recording the songs we kept going and recorded as many as we could. >> you have so many fans and they can't wait to hear the new music. can i just say thank you? you're a symbol of empowerment. you've been a trail blazer for so many. if there's a young rock 'n roller out there, any advice? >> advice would be to go for your dreams. go for it because everyone will tell you, what are you doing? are you crazy? like, people do. they mean well, but if you have a dream, no matter what it is, a neuroscientist, guitar player, go for it. don't let anyone tell you what your life is going to be. you got to live it. >> that's it. the words of joan jett, ladies and gentlemen. "change-up" is out now, and here they are performing "i'm going to run away." give it up for joan jett & the blackhearts. >> one, two, three, four. ♪
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♪ ♪ i can't take it this is gettin' silly ♪ ♪ can't find me no tranquility anymore more ♪ ♪ i just can't be through with you ♪ ♪ we're fakin' it ♪ ♪ it's time to admit you make me feel like an idiot all the time ♪ ♪ there's nothing left for me to do ♪ ♪ i'm gonna run away and i'm never comin' back to you ♪ ♪ no, so, i'm gonna run away and i'm never comin' back to you ♪ ♪ we were friends but now you're the enemy ♪
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♪ don't need this when there's a remedy ♪ ♪ it's the end ♪ ♪ go play your tricks with someone new ♪ ♪ i'm gonna run away and i'm never comin' back to you ♪ ♪ no, so, i'm gonna run away and i'm never comin' back to you ♪ ♪ ain't life strange, how people change ♪ ♪ you were all i wanted once, now you're just a pain, p-a-i-n, pain ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ i'm gonna run away and i'm never comin' back to you ♪ ♪ no, so, i'm gonna run away and i'm never comin' back to you ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
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performing live in the park. friday only on "good morning america." i'm going run away. joan jett, thank you joan jett & the blackhearts for the great performance. thanks to lara's friends in philly for dogust. >> before we go, we want to say congratulations to our writer emily and her new husband dan phillips, they got married saturday. congratulations.
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moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. kumasi: good morning. sue: good morning, we have slow and go traffic at the usual spots. leading to the bay bridge, metering lights are on. backup is not so much behind the tolls, but on the span itself. an earlier accident cleared, typical slowing southbound through the lucas valley area. drew: live doppler 7 showing isolated showers in the north bay moving out of san rafael to novato, likely a downpour around 101. we had a lightning strike in the north bay, so any showers we have today, lightning is a threat. this change along the coast and north bay. drops on the camera lens. hour-by-hour, the showers are with us to the afternoon and get out of here is the sun sets this

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