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good morning, america. matthew on the march. the powerful category 4 hurricane barreling through the caribbean with 130-mile-an-hour winds and life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides. thousands fleeing the coastlines. u.s. citizens told to leave. hundreds of military family members evacuated, as the storm tracks north toward the u.s. donald trump's taxes -- the leaked documents, showing he lost nearly a billion dollars in one year, are raising big questions. did trump avoid paying income tax for nearly two decades? his advisers now calling him a genius. critics say he's a tax dodger. as he ramps up the personal attacks on hillary clinton. >> i don't even think she's loyal to bill, if you wanna know the truth. >> with less than a week to their next debate, "saturday night live" takes aim at their first showdown. >> we should be talking about the important issues like
and how she's a fat loser. up in flames. two hot air balloons crashing into power lines, flames seen shooting out of the balloon, at one of the biggest shows in the world, with passengers on board. crews racing to cut them free. and breaking overnight, kim kardashian robbed at gunpoint. the reality star held up in a paris mansion by five gunmen pretending to be cops, stealing millions of dollars worth of je >> i'm sorry. there's a family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> kanye west got the news in front of startled concertgoers. the investigation into the terrifying heist this morning. and good morning, america. let's take a look at the scene in paris. police on the scene where kim kardashian was robbed at gun
police. he got the news and walked off the stage. hope they understand. >> they do now. first, we want to get to the major hurricane. the u.s. state department advising citizens to evacuate jamaica, haiti, and cuba, as hurricane matthew approaches. gio benitez son the ground for us in kingston, jamaica. good morning, gio. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. we have been getting the outer bands from hurricane matthew. when those storms roll in, they're strong. they cause serious flooding. that's the fear here. this morning, roaring winds from the category 4 hurricane have the caribbean on high alert. ripping winds reaching 130 miles per hour overnight. the u.s. mail tear taking action.
families from guantanamo bay, cuba. the mopser storm lashing jamaica's coast. dumping rain. hard, pushing through the flooded streets. the first band started rolling in half hour ago. just look. already we have serious flooding here. one man capturing this dramatic scene of a water spout off a jamaican beach. as the storm sets its course toward haiti, fears of catastrophic effects. there will be makeshift tents to survive the punishing winds. more than 50,000 people have been living in temporary homes since the disastrous earth wake of 2010 that left more than 200,000 dead. the storm could bring up to 40 inches of rainfall to haiti, triggering mudslides. and this storm has already killed at least one person. a 16-year-old on the island of st. vincent. george, this could be one of the strongest storms to hit the
one. let's get more on where matthew is headed now. ginger, going pretty slowly. >> very slow. north at 6 miles per hour. it's been over open ocean water all weekend. the next 24 hours are urgent. haiti, jamaica. the next 48 hours, parts of the caribbean, including the bahamas. no alerts yet for the united states. there's a reason. i'll explain it. right now, we watches, hurricane warnings and watches. i want to lay out exactly tat track looks like so you can see it at this point. the national hurricane center takes it wednesday into the southeastern bahamas. thursday, central bahamas. almost a week away as it parallels the united states. we went ahead and put this on sheer so you can see it thread through the islands. this is not good. it won't hit the friction of the land. it will have plenty of energy.
eventually, hopefully, will keep it away from, or very minimal impacts for us. outer banks by sunday. >> we're thinking about those on the islands. >> absolutely. that's the imminent threat. now to the race for the white house. 36 days until the election. the october surprise about donald trump and his taxes. "the new york times" saying they were mailed a document revealing trump has a $916 million loss in 1995, raisingig tom llamas is at trump tower. >> reporter: good morning to you. donald trump has refused to release his tax returns, cites an audit. now, one of his returns is public. he's very upset about this because it's raising new questions. this morning, donald trump facing accusations he's a tax dodger. part of the billionaire's 1995 return leaked to the new york
the collapse of casinos, his airline, and the plaza hotel. his loss raising the possibility that, while following the law, he hasn't paid federal income tax in nearly two decades. >> maybe he doesn't want the american people to know that he's paid nothing in federal taxes. >> that makes me smart. >> reporter: trump's cap pain is not deanying the authenticity of the tax return. saying trump is a highly skilled disturb area responsibility to his business, his fame lurks and his employees to pay no more tax than legally prooirpd adds he's paid hundreds of millions of dollars in a variety of tax. in 1994, trump sounded confident while facing a mountain of debt. >> i had $975 million worth of personal debt. that's down now to about $115 million. i'll pay that off very quickly.
trump did bounce back. something some of his allies are using one word to describe. >> my response is he's a genius. >> a genius? >> absolute genius. >> no one who has shown more genius in their way to maneuver around the tax code as he rightfully used the laws to do that. >> reporter: but trump himself has railed against the wealthy taking advantage of tax loopholes, possibly the same way he did. >> i know people that are making a tremendous amount of money it's unfair. >> we talk about the rigged system out there. donald trump embodies that. >> reporter: now, as trump is dealing with this tax story, the associated xpress out with an investigation citing former staffers and contestants on the apprentice accusing donald trump of sexual harassments. one saying trump would ponder which were tigers in bed.
accusations. >> cecilia vega on the trail with clint fern the start. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. clinton has said she won't engage donald trump in his personal attacks. he's going after her health and her marriage. it may be a preview of what is to come in the next debate. donald trump's newest attack? a dramatic reenactment of hillary clinton's near collapse when she was pneumonia. >> here's a woman, she's supposed to fight all of these things, she can't make it 15 feet to her car. give me a break. >> reporter: he's going after her mental health, too. >> she could be crazy. >> reporter: during a weekend rally in the battleground of pennsylvania. trump going after clinton's marriage, this time, not targeting her husband's infidelities, but rather, without proof, hers.
the truth. and really, folks, really, why should she be, right? >> reporter: no comment from clinton during her sunday visit to a church in north carolina. her campaign calling trump's latest attacks particularly unhinged. could bit a trial run of what's to come during their next debate? the republican nominee hinting that things could get more personal. the last head to head, now fodder for the opening night of the new season of "snl." >> he is a bully. >> he started the birther movement. >> you did. >> he says climate change is a hoax invented by china. >> it's pronounced china. >> he hasn't released his tax returns which means he's either not that rich. >> wrong. >> not that charitable? >> wrong. >> or never paid taxes in his life. >> warmer.
clinton laughing about it with staff. told about this opening scene. >> i'm better than ever, let's do this. >> reporter: clinton saying, oh, that's good. this morning, a big endorsement from lebron james, the ohio native writing we need a president who brings us together and keeps us unifizzed. clinton campaigns in his hometown of akron later today. clinton hoping his endorsement pays off big. >> let's bring in matt dowd jon karl. you saw rudy giuliani with he yesterday saying it's a sign of trump's genius. >> my definition of genius is different. it would be einstein. copernicus. it's like saying phil mickelson is a genius for hitting his ball in the water because he wants to clean his ball. he took tax consequences from a loss in order to save himself
one of them, jon, is that it comes as oath tend of this week where it started out with a debate performance that most observers thought hillary clinton won. he doubled down on the attack against alicia machado. time is running out. >> it's a colossal waiste of time. a full week wasted. he needs to gain ground op hillary clinton. in terms of the tax issue, the clinton campaign will go at the fundamental fairness question, somebody that taxes or allegedly not paying taxes. they want to ridicule h impera imb im -- embarrass him for the size of that loss. they'll hit very hard. >> you saw hillary clinton get under donald trump's skin at the last debate when she talked about the gift, the loans from his father. we have the vice presidential
sunday night. it's a town meeting debate. >> i think the vice presidential debate could be important. in mike pence does well, he could stop the bleeding from last week. i think this will be a much different dynamic for the presidential debate. you'll have an audience. you have to relate to them pip think it could bring out some of hillary's strengths. i'm very curious to see how donald trump relates directly somebody standing in front of him. >> big questions right there. that presidential debate sunday night is right here on abc. our martha raddatz is one of the moderators. tomorrow night, i'll ageer our comp of the vice presidentable debate. now to the deadly train crash in new jersey. this morning, authorities trying to find way to recover a crucial data recorder. eva pilgrim is on the scene with the latest.
robin. crews working around the clock to stabilize this train station so investigators can get into that front car. this, as we're hearing from the train's engineer, who says he was well rested the morning of the accident. >> holy [ bleep ]. >> reporter: overnight, setbacks in the search for answers about what caused this train to crash into a flat plath form thursday, killing one person, injuring 114 others. the train's the train operating properly before the crash, alledgedly pulling into the station at 10 miles an hour, there's a portion of time he cannot account for. >> the engineer says he has no memory of the accident. he remembers waking up on the floor of the cab. >> reporter: this, as the investigation is dealt another blow. >> we have a train that has gone through the station. >> reporter: officials learning one of the two event recorders on board was not working the day of the accident. and they haven't been able to
train's camera, both trapped in this mangled mess of wreckage. >> right now, it's very dangerous to get in there. to see whether there was any application of brakes. >> reporter: this, as abc news has learned new jersey transit was under an audit by the federal railroad department. there were investigations related to drug and alcohol use and almost $5 the preliminary drug and alcohol tests for the train's engineer have come back negative. the ntsb is doing further tests. we go amy with the morning's other top stroirps starting with rising tensions in l.a. >> protests broke out in south los angeles for a second night following the police shooting of black teenager. a few dozen protesters turned violent. vandalizing store fronts during
snell. they say snell was armed. a second shooting in l.a. this week under investigation. a peace deal to end five decades of war has unexpectedly been rejected. critics claim the deal between the government and farc rebels was too lean innocent. 200,000 lives have been lost in that conflict. frightening moments at a festival in new mexico. offcourse, hitting a power line and sparking a fire. rescuers had to cut the basket from the balloon. 1200 nearby homes lost power. a close call at this car show in houston. as a mustang nearly crashes into the crowd lining the street. parents running to grab their children. it was not for that curb right there, you can see dozens of people could have been injured. a family photo like you have never seen before.
the 1400-pound brown bear posing with his adoptive parents. they adopted him as a cub. they call him their gentle giant. i love what they add in the article. he's never intentionally take an nibble out of his parents. >> intentionally. okay. >> just little fun touch. >> very happy for the family. we move on to the bad behavior at the ryd bag win for team america. the team's rowdy fans marched the victory with their he rory mcilroy asked one rude spectator to be removed. >> reporter: the pomp, pageantry were at center stage. the american fans wound town hot seat. >> that's going to be good enough. >> reporter: for the first time in almost a decade, the u.s. brought home the ryder cup.
begin a celebration that will ring into the night and beyond. >> reporter: the european team disappointed by the outcome. but taking issue with u.s. fans. for loudly heckling them at every turn. >> gary just got heckled and had to back off the putt. was not happy. >> you can't make 12! >> i think that 85% of the people are great. that 15% that is really bad. it makes them look bad. america! >> reporter: the rowdy fans creating an atmosphere more reminiscent of "happy gilmore." >> you suck. >> why don't you shut the hell up. >> miss. miss. >> reporter: one fan had rory mcilroy see seeing red on the green. >> you suck. let's go america. >> reporter: this clash caught on camera.
before asking security to though him out. it seemed to fire him up. after the win, rory said european fans should not retaliate at the 2018 cup. we saw a famous face blending into the crowd. see the guy there in the camo hat. that's bill murray. >> what? >> reporter: yeah, the "caddy up. >> that's fine. the rest were jerks. >> you give fans beer at 7:30 in the morning on the golf course, they're generally going say things they don't mean by 5:00 in the afternoon. let's go ginger. >> that hail in california. we'll talk more about matthew. select cities brought to you by
eastern iowa this morning. as is usually the case, the river valleys will probably go first, but all areas do have a risk of fog during the morning commute. otherwise, highs should get back into partly cloudy sky develops. our storm system that's set to affect the area mid- week continues to be on track with two different rounds of rain. the first round should move into eastern iowa on wednesday morning, with another batch of rain set to arrive on thursday. the timing of these rounds still are not fully set as the impacts of hurricane matthew could still shift these slightly. as long as matthew doesn't stall, typic and coming up here on "gma," kim kardashian in paris for
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morning is investigating a crash in johnson county that killed a pedestrian. the johnson county sheriff's office says it responded to a crash on highway 218 north, just south of interstate 80 a little before nine last night. authorities tell tv9 a passenger vehicle hit the pedestrian and the pe the scene. investigators have not released the name of the person killed in the crash. police in keokuk are looking into a shooting that killed a woman over the weekend. officers found 29 year old carissa rivers unresponsive shortly after midnight sunday. she was found in a keokuk alley near 10th street and north 5th street. rivers went to a hospital, where she died. police have not identified a suspect in the shooting. but say the public is not in danger. a look at your first alert forecast in 2
eastern iowa this morning. as is usually the case, the river valleys will probably go first, but all areas do have a risk of fog during the morning commute. otherwise, highs should get back into the lower 70s today as partly cloudy sky develops. our storm system that's set to affect the area mid- week continues to be on track with two different rounds of rain. the first round should move into eastern iowa on wednesday morning, with another batch of rain set to arrive on thursday. the tim still are not fully set as the impacts of hurricane matthew could still shift these slightly. as long as matthew doesn't stall, typical october temperatures should invade the area by friday and into the upcoming weekend. today: early morning fog, then partly cloudy, high around 73. tonight: partly cloudy, lows in the mid-upper 50s. tomorrow: partly cloudy, highs in the upper 70s plan on a few areas of fog in eastern iowa this morning. as is usually the case, the river valleys will probably go first, but all areas
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#1 doctor recommended fiber brand. welcome back to "gma." all eyes on hurricane matthew right now, churning in the caribbean. with 130-mile-an-hour winds. thousands are fleeing the coastlines of haiti, jamaica, and cuba on alert. we're live on the scene. ginger is tracking it all this morning. many of us spent time in haiti after the earthquake some time ago. and still there are some in tents and to know that a storm of that magnitude is headed that way, it's frightening. an investigation under way in paris after kim kardashian was robbed in her apartment. we're live on the scene with the latest. and then october surprise, some of donald trump's tax documents released. he has released about $1 billion
big questions about whether the republican nominee avoided paying income taxes for nearly two decades. >> i imagine a lot of people were watching "snl" on saturday. >> i did. >> alec baldwin as donald trump taking on kate mckinnon as hillary clinton. so many talking about those impress impressions. chris connolly is here. do those influence voters? that's coming up. kim kardashian west robbed at gunpoint in paris. her husband, kanye, ended his concert right in the middle of a song when he got alex marquardt is on the scene. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is the building where kardashian was staying. right here in the center of paris. the thieves making their way inside and up to the apartment, seemingly with little problem and making off with millions of dollars worth of her jewels. overnight, a source told abc news five gunmen dressed as police officers entered kim kardashian's paris apartment at 2:30 a.m. local time.
locked in the bathroom as the robbers fled with around $10 million of jewelry, including a ring worth around $4.5 million. these photos show her boarding a plane to leave paris a few hours later. kim was in paris for fashion week with her sisters, kendall and kourtney, and her mother kris jenner. posting on social media from various fashion shows and events. paris police and medics seen investig leaving with police protection. news making its way to kim's husband, kanye west. he was in the middle of performing his song "heartless." he abruptly stopped his show. >> i'm sorry. i'm sorry. there's a family emergency, i have to stop the show. >> what? >> reporter: as for kardashian west, the social media superstar has been silent about the ordeal on her social network. but her representative telling abc news, quote, she is badly
so far, the police have arrested no suspects. they will be combing through all the tape from the cameras around here. this is yet another blow to the city of paris. so much so, that a short time ago, the mayor of paris put out a statement calling this a very rare act and saying that kim will always be welcome in paris. george? robin? >> thank you, alex. we move on to a new twist in plot. police in florida arresting a single mom. accusing her of arranging the murder of a prominent law professor. abc's matt gutman has more on that. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. authorities portray katherine magbanua as a femme fatale. an ugly "war of the roses" type of divorce. this morning, katherine magbanua is facing a first-degree murder charge for the slaying of professor dan markel. police say markel was gunned down in 2014 as part of an
orchestrated by the wealthy family of his ex-wife, wendi adelson. police say the 31-year-old magbanua is the link between the triggerman and wendi adelson's family. sigfredo garcia is the father of magbanua's two children. and police say magbanua was the girlfriend of wendi adelson's brother, charles. did he have anything to do with the murder? >> no. he's been looked at because he had a dating relationship with katherine. >> reporter: the motive? for the alleged hit? the adelsons believe they were desperate for wendi and her two children to move closer to them in florida, and he was standing in the way.
was due to the bitter divorce that was ongoing. >> reporter: an arrest affidavit claims magbanua made cash deposits totalling about $50,000 in the months after markel was killed. police say she was also compensated with breast augmentation just three months after the murder, and that an informant told them charles adelson picked up half the tab. the attorney for magbanua says they want her on bond so she can take care of her two children. police even set up an undercover sting to get information from wendi adelson's mother. in this elaborate sting, that undercover agent is trying to draw out the adelsons by posing as the brother of one of the hitmen. >> she has the paper. >> reporter: police allege the sting set off a flurry of calls
of the alleged hitmen. an attorney for the adelson's told us her arrest smacks of desperation. the trials for the two alleged hitmen are scheduled to come in the next few weeks. authorities are trying to flip them, hoping they'll testify against the adelsons. robin? >> all right, matt. joining us abc news legal analys it can be so confusing. what do you make of the new arrest and charges? >> so remember, what the allegation is, what the theory is for the prosecution is, family wants guy dead. family reaches out to the woman who was just charged. she finds hitmen and they kill mar markel. okay. the problem is that the woman who is charged is effectively the middle person.
you have the hitmen charged. now the middle person who is charged. but you don't have the people who the authorities seem to think initiated this whole thing charged. if someone in the adelson family is hiring a hitman and paying her to do it, well then, of course, they're going to charge that person. except no one in the adelson family has been charged. >> what evidence do they have against this woman? >> look, they have -- they were talking about this financial -- >> the cell phone. >> the cell phone records. she does have these connections. remember e, her. she -- i'm sorry, so confusing. the parent of her two children is the hitman. and she was having an alleged relationship with the adelson. and so you got, they believe, a lot of evidence connecting her to both sides in this. but again, without that connection to adelson, which the prosecutors believe is the reason this happened, the theory that i've got to believe, this relates to something matt just said. they're trying to turn the
or the adelsons to turn here, so they charge the middle person who both sides may have sympathy for. >> hard to keep up. but need to. thank you. >> not the last we're going to hear about this one. coming up here, the fire storm around the new film, "birth of nation." robin's interview with the man at the center of it all in the next hour. and big news from facebook. could change the way we all shop online. you'll hear ant it on the big board in just two minutes. online. you'll hear ant it on the big
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now for the big board. our insiders are standing by live. t.j. right here feeling chipper this monday morning. >> i don't know why. what's going on with me on a monday? let's do this. >> you hang on. we'll be back to you in a second. want to start with becky worley. you have news breaking from facebook. taking on ebay and craigslist called facebook marketplace? what's this about? >> facebook telling abc news starting today users will be
users on the shop will see a shop icon. you click on that, and you see items listed in your area. maybe a friend of a friend or across the world. you mentioned this bites into all kinds of ecommerce giants. businesses. one thing facebook won't be doing. handling the payment side of transactions. they're going to leave that to folks using the service to decide on. you can use paypal. even this other amazing paen type. we call it cash or check. >> i remember that, becky. now you know with any kind of website like this, buying and selling involved. there's fraud. what is facebook doing about that? >> because you can check someone's profile, it gives you real-world context on the person. you can feel safe, or not, about making a purchase. they say you can file a complaint against a seller if
was described. if they see a pattern, that seller can be banned from the marketplace. i don't know. would you feel more comfortable buying from a friend of a friend on facebook or someone on ebay with a five-star gold rating? >> that's a good question. that's one that people will be scratching their heads over. every time i pay with cash these days, people are like, what's that about? thank you, becky. now to a new battle over high school dances. "the wall street journal" highlighting schools around the country that are banning them because of concerns about a lot of students and parents don't like this. t.j., what is going on here? >> this ain't "footloose." right? nobody in that movie was trying to keep kevin from dancing because they thought he would show up to the prom drunk. that's what we're talking about here. a school outside of boston said it's not worth the headache. kids are showing up falling all over the dance floor. throwing up. >> liability, too. >> they're saying, what's the point? even though underage drinking
more common. kids don't drink as often, but when they do, they are trying to get plastered. th they want to get drunk. back in the day, we had prom. they have the spring fling, the fall dance, the senior, junior, sophomore dance. they said, forget all those. we'll just do a prom. >> the school is taking matters into its own hands. but people are saying it's up to the parents first. >> you talked about liability. suppose some kid god forbid gets drunk at the school, gets in a somebody else. the school could be liable. people are look at this like you're throwing out the baby with the bath water. you have a couple of bad apples. overwhelmingly, the kids are good. why am i policing the schools? they are saying. you have responsibility at home that they're not showing up drunk. >> the way they are showing up. >> all right, t.j. let's lighten it up. a little more "saturday night live." you saw alec baldwin and kate mckinnon taking on that debate.
she broke it. with obama. she and obama stole my microphone. they took it to kenya. they took my microphone kenya, and they broke it. and now it's broken. >> not a response more a request, can america vote right now? >> let's talk to chris connelly about this right now. big hit for "snl" biggest premier ratings in eight years. what did you think? >> as far as aleksandr, he is one of the two most talented noncast members in the history of "snl." along with steve martin. he had the intonation. the look. the lines. you could say it was broad, but i think that was part of the job description. he was there in large part to
nuanced take of hillary. giving us the outer hillary and the inner hillary at the same time. the initial performance. strong. >> we haven't had this reaction since tina fey with sarah palin. and sarah palin's numbers dropped after what tina fey did. i think about 16% in 2008. what kind of impact do you anticipate? or is there going to be any impact because of this? will there be in? >> there will be none. parody and satire are fainting dead away in the face of reality. there is just satirize or pardy what has gone on. >> you just lit chris up with that question. >> how often have we been saying, this is like an "snl" skit? what we're seeing happening on the trail. >> it's amazing to witness. you know? and you saw last -- you saw in that debate sketch. they made a joke on hillary with the miss universe thing. they had her call miss universe a prop. and that was kind of an
show. saying the job that used to be done by comedy to get under the skin of candidates is now being done by the candidates themselves. that's one of the ways this is different than anything we have seen before. >> a parody-proof election. >> chris, thank you. becky. shaking your head. t.j., thank you very much. always good to have you. and the emotional good-bye from a sports legend, vin scully. and breast cancer breakthrough. angelina jolie's doctor is here with new recommendations and ways to prevent it. come on back. recommendations a
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and for the last time, i wish you all a very pleasant good afternoon. you and i have been friends for a long time. but i know in my heart that i have always needed you more than you have ever needed me. and i'll miss our time together more than i can say. >> humble to the very end. scully is 88 years young. he looks amazing. fans saying they are going to miss him, perhaps more than he'll miss them. devotion, his humor, sense of grace. one of the most memorable calls scully made was in 1965, the famous perfect game pitched by sandy koufax against the cubs. he called the 1956 world series. it's incredible. "the l.a. times" wrote, seriously, he's only 88. why does he have to leave now? >> a perfect three-hour game seamlessly. >> sharp. didn't miss anything. >> that voice is like a warm blanket. >> we're going to miss him. it's going to be hard to watch the dodgers and not hear that
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. hurricane matthew on the move. the category 4 storm tracking north. right for the u.s. powerful winds at 130 miles an hour. we're live on the scene. "the birth of nation" early oscar buzz overshadowed by big controversy. the director and star under fire over 17-year-old rape allegations. he was acquitted. and says he has no reason to apologize. this morning, nate parker live. one on one. breast cancer breakthroughs. the new advances in detection. how you can reduce your risk. angelina jolie's specialist dr. kristi funk joins us live. and it's been 20 years since "the notebook." best-selling author nicholas sparks is here live. love is in the air.
and good morning, america. a lot of nicholas sparks fans here this morning. >> "the notebook." "the notebook." i know. >> it will be a couple tissue kind of morning. it is also breast cancer awareness month. this morning, angelina jolie's doctor is here to talk about what some are calling a paradigm shift in how the disease is treated. always great to have dr. funk with us. >> always sharing ways to help reduce risk. that is coming up. let's get the morning rundown from amy. good morning, everyone. a big story this morning, hurricane matthew. millions of people bracing for catastrophic flooding. as the category 4 storm tears through the caribbean on track to hit haiti, jamaica, and cuba. the storm could dump more than three feet of rain. packing winds of more than 130 miles per hour. more than 1300 emergency shelters have been set up across haiti, where thousands of people have been living in makeshift tents since the 2010 earthquake.
have evacuated the navy base there on guantanamo bay. ginger has the storm's track coming up in just a bit. in the meantime, donald trump's campaign is denying new allegations of sexism stemming from his days on "the apprentice." former insiders tell the associated press trump rated female contestants on the size of their breasts and talked about which ones he would like to sleep with. meanwhile, his supporters are calling him a genius. after tax doc "the new york times" show trump may have legally avoided paying federal taxes for nearly two decades. hillary clinton says trump has gotten rich at the expense of others. another setback in the investigation of the train crash in new jersey last week. the ntsb says one of the train's data recorders was not working. the other recorder is still trapped in the wreckage. the engineer says he doesn't remember the crash but was going only 10 miles per hour while approaching the station.
home after a terrifying robbery in paris. authorities say masked men dressed as police officers broke into the room she was staying in, tied her up, locked her in the bathroom, and toll $10 million of jewelry. she's said to be shaken, but not harmed. a quick headline about one of our own. robin was honored at the point honors gala for her work on lgbt issues. lisa vanderpump presented the point foundation's counsel award. and then, look who robin ran into in the hotel lobby. yep, michael tweeted out the picture with the hashtag, small world. congratulations, robin. >> thank you. we were heading out. michael had been playing golf. he was like -- he didn't want to be around us. sthat that's why he's kind of sheepish like that. >> he does look very -- >> thank you for mentioning the awards ceremony. to get a courage award around these students who live their truth and are absolutely
great night. >> great night. >> and then we went to pump afterwards. it was good times. we didn't make "pop news." >> well, you could have led. you could have led. that dress was spectacular. congratulations. >> thank you. "pop news" time, everybody. we begin with one of your favorites. lady gaga in "pop news" this morning. she's trading sold out arenas for intimate venues. she's calling it a dive bar tour. she'll perform songs from "joanne." her new album. the singer ann to basics concert on twitter, saying, i can't wait to sing my new songs from my album, "joanne," for you on my dive bar tour. exact locations still a mystery. we do know the dates, though. october 5th, 20th, 27th. no idea where. >> not even cities? >> no, just three days only. you can imagine. a lot of little monsters knowing that. we'll keep you posted. not to worry, if you can't make one of them, wednesday night,
stream on budweiser's feed. >> don't worry if you can't get there. the streaming it and seeing it. >> she'll be performing at the halftime of super bowl li. >> great choice. >> a lot of big things for her. >> you saw that coming. this past super bowl. >> the national anthem. >> she nailed it. john cray krasinski is "good will hunting." he's casting his wife. they'll work together for the first time. i'm casting this live read new york of goodwill hunting. ran into this girl on the train and thought, yeah, time to work together. the golden globe winning actress will take on the role of skylar, originally played by minnie driver. that live table read is set for october 7th here in new york city. >> we had that movie on yesterday afternoon around the house. they were so young. >> and just so well done, that movie. >> so well done. >> do you like apples? i got a number.
how do you like them apples? that's one of my favorite movies of all time. wicked smart. i'm not going to be at the reading, by the way. >> but he is auditioning. >> krasinski, you might want to consider. i don't think they have finished casting, by the way. this is your moment, jesse. >> great, i could be one of the janitors. terrific. finally, "saturday night live's" new trump premiered this weekend. and who knew? it was the brain child of the woman who brought sarah palin to "snl." lorne michaels admitted it was tina fey that suggested alec baldwin for the part. alec hesitated. he was nervous. and clearly for no reason. >> he is a bully. >> shut up. >> he started the birther movement. >> you did. >> he says climate change is a hoax invented by china. >> it's pronounced china.
>> kate mckinnon, who plays hillary clinton, says it went exactly as she dreamed. 16-time host, by the way, that's a record for alec, more hosting than anybody else. helps get the show the biggest ratings since 2008. >> he has to come back at least one more time. >> i think he's there for the long haul, until the election. and lorne said, sometimes change is good. it had nothing to do with darryl. his performance. just mixing it up. >> change is good. change is good. >> coming up, new breast cancer breakthroughs. angelina jolie's doctor, dr. funk is here. and "the birth of a nation's" nate parker is is here talking about the new movie and much more. come on back. more "stay" per roll. more "sit" per roll. more "who's training who" per roll. bounty is two times more absorbent. so one roll of bounty can last longer than those bargain brands.
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past resurfaced. nate will join news a moment. first, ryan smith has the story. >> sing to them a new song! ? and we'll rise up ? >> reporter: a gripping account of an often untold story. >> you learned your lesson, boy? >> oh, yes, sir, i learned. >> reporter: "the birth of a nation" giving new light to the 1831 virginia slave rebellion led by nate turner. the 48-hour battle that would become the bloodiest slave revolt in u.s. history. early oscar buzz overshadowed by a 1999 rape case emerged involving the film's star, writer, and director, nate parker. >> one side is going to be here. >> reporter: in his sophomore year at penn state, parker and his then room nate, jean celestin were charged with raping an 18-year-old freshman. both men maintained the sex was
celestin was found guilty but given a retrial. both men in the spotlight when it was revealed their accuser committed suicide. parker took to facebook writing he was filled with profound sorrow over her death, but maintaining his innocence. now, his accuser's sister is speaking out, too. saying in a new "variety" article that it tormented my sister to see him thrive while she was still struggling. >> let the saints be joyful. >> reporter: with the highly theaters friday, parker is hoping to turn the focus back on the big antebellum bet. for "good morning america," ryan smith, abc news, new york. >> and "the birth of a nation's" nate parker joins us. >> how are you? >> i'm well. how are you? >> i'm very good. >> three days away. i couldn't help but notice. you were watching the piece and the things that have been resurfaced. and we are going the talk about the film. of course we're going the talk about the film.
of people. >> mm-hmm. >> your reaction to those allegations of years ago. that they just don't feel the empathy. they don't feel that you have any remorse. >> who are we talking about? >> we're talking about what happened in 1999 with the woman who is now deceased, who took her own life. and her family and others feel that -- in seeing your remarks since it has resurfaced, do you have any remorse or apologize >> we -- i was on "60 minutes" last night. we talked about it. three days out. i think the important thing is that this is not about me. the story of nat turner, as an american, american people, to know the story about a man who was erased from history. that is, at some point, i think that that's where our focus should be. especially now. so many things are happening in america. especially the last 72 hours. the hope is that people care about, america the story of america. the real story of america that
aside with revisionist history. i think this is a film that they should see. i really do. >> a lot of people who want to hear from you. to be able to say, okay, are they going to see it or not? it can't really be -- i'm sorry. it can't just be dismissed. what happened. it has to be addressed and then to be able to -- >> of course. of course. absolutely. >> you have a daughter in college. this is a conversation going on. what do you tell her? >> you know, anything i say to my daughter in love is in private. sh and i have addressed it so many -- so many times. did you see the "60 minutes" last night? >> yes, i did. yes. >> i addressed it with anderson. >> mm-hmm. >> and that was the focus of that segment. um, you know, but -- three days out, at some point, you know, i have talked about. i keep talking about it. i keep talking about it. i think -- >> do you apologize. i guess maybe, do you apologize?
>> not everybody saw last night. this is this morning. >> i'm not going to go right there, go through -- and i've said it. i said it last night. i was falsely accused. you know, i was proven innocent. and i'm not going to apologize, you know, for that. i feel terribly about that situation. but -- at some point, you know, we have to -- ask ourselves, like, why are we -- is this a film that is important to us? is it important to, especially people like you and i, you know? the fact that, to face injustice every day in this country. and to be inundated with it on the news with injustice, injustice. how do we handle it? how do we approach it? >> seven years of your life. >> this is my eighth. >> your eighth year working on the film. what was it? i have to admit, i never really heard the story. many of us kind of -- you kind of heard bits and pieces. not this point. why was it so important to you that you invested -- you even
>> it's important. this is -- being a black man in america and growing up with certain systemic crisis, you ask yourself, what can i do? nina said the artist's job is to reflect the times. i used my art to deal with the things i see every day with hope that it can create a solution. as we know, the black man have been killed. in america. and we have become desensitized to the things that are happening. and the question is, to what do we owe? what is our responsibility? i thing patriotism is about wanting to see america better. wanting to see those who are oppressed get to do better. >> i want to show a bit here. he was a preacher. >> that's right. >> this was a very powerful moment in the film. when he battled scripture with scripture. take a look. "birth of nation." >> exult servants to be obedient to their masters and to please them well in all things. not answer again. >> you were bought with a price. do not become slaves of men. >> he that shall blaspheme
never have forgiveness. >> beware of false prophets -- >> you can find almost anything you want to advance your cause like that in the bible. >> a tool is a tool. some people have used the bible historically for the tool of keeping people in bondage. some people use it for liberation. that's what nat turner did. >> but there are going to be some people. i didn't realize it was a 48-hour revolution. and what it led to. it's powerful at the end. i don't want to give away. with the young man there. what do you want people to walk away from the film knowing and feeling? >> i want them to ask themselves are there systemic things that are happening in america now that need attention? if they need attention, what can we do specifically with our own occupations to deal with it? there's a lot of talk around the things that need to be different. there's not talk about being specific in addressing these issues of systemic crisis in the
whether it's against people of color, people in the lgbt community. so many people day to day are facing the things that are so disheartening and are corruptive to america in the same way there were systemic crises back then. >> it's a powerful film to say the least. the cast is amazing. we'll have many of them here. you did not have to come out here. you could have let your cast members do it. we appreciate you coming and discussing this. and "the birth of a nation" three days out. coming out on friday. coming up, the latest in the battle against breast cancer. it seems age isn't slowing you down. but your immune system weakens as you get older increasing the risk for me, the shingles virus. i've been lurking inside you since you had chickenpox. i could surface anytime as a painful, blistering rash. one in three people get me in their lifetime, linda. will it be you?
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well, october is breast cancer awareness month. and i am a breast cancer survivor and thriver. and so is robin. this year, unfortunately more women will be diagnosed. but there are new in prevention and treatment. joining us now angelina jolie's doctor, dr. kristi funk joins us. thanks for being with us. >> good morning, amy. >> this is so exciting. three years ago when i was diagnosed, i had genomic testing. an anca type. things have advanced so much. tell us about it. >> mind act was just published in "the new england journal of medicine" a few weeks ago. this looked at 6700 breast
basically any operable tumor size and three or fewer positive lymph nodes were eligible. they look at 70 different tumor markers to look at the dna fepcer print. the biology. what is the tendency for it to come back in a metastatic place. >> w >> we can manage it. but it's incurable. versus age, tumor size, tumor growth. things we looked at to say, i think you should do the chemo. so they were high or low risks. if both tests were high, high, you need chemo. if they were low, low, you don't. billing -- biology says, this is mellow. don't do chemo.
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[ cheers and applause ] how about this happy monday crowd here. at "gma." there they are. we have a great half hour ahead. one of my favorite comedians, actress, writer, producer, superstar mindy kaling is here. let's get her out here. [ chee >> hi, how are you? great to see you. hi, how is it going? thank you, hi, hi. how are you? so good to see you. hi, guys. good morning. >> this is your first time here since we had the audience. >> yeah, this is amazing. i feel like i'm on a reality show. >> you actually are. >> good morning, guys. >> get us started. what do you got?
about. we're going to talk about small talk. who talks to your barista, the cab driver, the person waiting in line next to you. any of you? oh, a lot of you. they apparently are real benefits to small talk. it lifts up your day. makes you more positive. makes you happier. one researcher suggests that a tip called the 10-5 rule. when you're ten feet away, you make eye contact. you're laughing. that's uncomfortable for >> if you're five feet away, say hello. it builds empathy? >> as opposed toing look at the bird in the tree. >> or your phone. it humanizes us. you cross over a divide. you to strike up conversations with people? >> ti try to. i come from a place where small talk was normal.
>> there's only 19 of us in the world. so we're superunderpop lated. you're always sayi iing hi. i ride the elevator in the building i live in. you see the same people all the time. >> you look at the floor. >> you're trying to find a way not to talk to everybody. >> jesse, that is so rude. >> who wouldn't want to have small talk with you. you're the dream small talk person. it's usually an ogre. >> i think girls think i'm trying to pick the hi, great weather today. >> nothing wrong with that. >> it doesn't work for me. i'm shy, guys, i'm a libra. beggars can't be choosers, lara. >> it goes counterintuitive to what you teach your kids. it sounds like something more people should do if eh we would all make eye contact. just be nice. [ applause ] >> yeah. i think we're distrustful.
you, you're like, what do you want from me? >> do you get the same question every time? >> most people think hay just went to school with me. they're like, were you in my class? there's such a fine line. i'm one of those people on the planes that i love chatting nto the person next to me. everybody hates that. i love that small talk is on the way up. >> it's the inthing. >> good. >> the small talker on the plane is worst. you kn sorry. >> see? see? >> that's like head phones. >> i'm like, where are you going, what made you go there? >> rachel, if you're out there i made great friend on a flight once. we still meet for lunch once a year. >> wow. >> impressive. >> we shared a flea market. it was on from there. why not? row have five hours. i mean, you don't have to -- i think you can do the body language with you put the headphones on.
>> everyone is looking at me like -- >> i'm with you. i'm that way, too. >> welcome back. >> thank you. great to be here. >> mindy project. i can't believe you'res have the 100th episode. i feel like i with us there at the beginning of your career. ali and i saw mat and ben when you played ben affleck. >> i played ben affleck in a very, very off, play. >> tell us about the new season. >> it's fantastic. i'm in a love triangle. it's great when cow write that for your own character. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. we had this amazing cliff hanger last year. the name of the episode is decision 2016. for this character, it's the big decision of the year. she's sort of tone deaf to the fact that it's an election year. we have a supersized episode
let's show it. >> everyone, just relax. i didn't know that danny was engaged when i slept with him. >> very disappointed in you. >> i would never hook up to dr. c. i would hug him all night. kiss that lit pal forehtle fore. oh, what a time we would have. >> cow didn't have to say that. >> so, you use your same name, obviously, on the show. very different. you also apparently use an >> so, we had -- i did not assign this. i don't think i'm, you hear about selects that go to hotels and give a fake name because they're so famous. when we order lunch, they started doing this thing where we order all these lunches and they know it's going to the mindy project. so they write names on etch's lunches. they started using the name peggy for my lunch. in dheas don't like the show, they didn't want them to spit in
which i thought was a good idea. now i have to change it. i thought peggy was an old-fashioned nice name to pick for me. >> very mad men. >> and not a person whose food you want to spit into. >> what is it like being in the writer's room to write for wrours? >> i came from "the office." this amazing show. on that show, i had one line per week. on this one, it's just d i'm like in a love triangle with two handsome men. it's nice. it's fun. >> what kind of boss are you? >> i am -- i mean, every boss, i think wants to think of themselves as a good boss. you're like, oh, that's what michael scott said on "the office." i realized, this is the one office environment where no one complains about their boss. i'm like, oh, they do.
retreat. >> that's really nice. >> that's a retreat? >> yeah, it is. have you not done vegas together? you should. >> we don't talk about what goes on in vegas. >> okay, oh, i see. >> you voice three animated characters from inside out, wreck it ralph and despicable me. what represents you the most? >> it's probably my character from inside-out. >> oh, no. [ applause ] we have the same hair cut. >> was that disgust? >> it's disgust. >> what disgusts you? >> what disgusts me? >> people talking to you on airplanes. >> i'm a big chatter on airplanes. what disgusts me in general? i don't know. you hear about certain places where they don't allow girls to go to school. i tepid to get serious. i find that disgusting. i hate it when i see hair in the drain.
>> on a more superficial level. >> you gotta tell us about the project with emma thompson. a cross of devil wears prada and broadcast news. >> thank you. thank you. [ applause ] aye basically made my career by being like -- i don't wait around for people to write something for me and cast me in something. because i don't look like most actresses. i thought, i law emthat thompson. i want to s i wrote her this part in a movie. i sent it to her thinking, i'll never hear from her. she re me and said, i love this, let's do this. >> so great. >> so cool. >> thank you. i'm really excited about it. it's about a talk show host. i should come back and do some research. >> any time. >> research right here. >> we would love that. when can we expect that? >> i'm going to be here every day for the next three months.
we're going to talk about our favorite couples. are you down. we're going to move on to this is people think spring is the time for love. we say no, it's all about getting warm and cozy? front of a fire. there's a new article. jesse, do joe have a favorite movie couple? >> yeah. frank and claire underwood from "house of cards." >> they're evil. >> it's a weird dynamic. that was such relationship. i had never seen anything close to it in any tv show, movie. >> you're dark today. >> yeah, you are. >> very uncanadian of you. >> he's edgier than i thought he was. >> i love butter cup and wesley from "princess bride." they were my favorite. as you wish. >> they're very good. >> i like hann solo and princess
an audience member? >> coming up. a gentlemen there who looks like he has a way with words. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm nicholas sparks. i wonder what you think about ryan and rachel from "the notebook." >> thumbs up. [ applause ] >> whoa. that's cool. hi, nicholas sparks. that was cool. >> good >> she really is going to come back every day. >> i know. nicholas sparks hangs out here sometimes. >> we're going to have more with nicholas. you never know who might pop up, mindy. the new season sombre mears tomorrow on hulu. and your book is now out in paperback. nicholas sparks in just a
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sharna, artem, and others.plan eastern iowa this morning. as is usually the case, the river valleys will probably go first, but all areas do have a risk of fog during the morning commute. otherwise, highs should get back into the lower 70s today as partly cloudy sky develops. our storm system that's set to affect the area mid- week continues to >> that weather brought to you by mazda. we have a lot of school. but olivia is 16. so it's worth it. lara? jess? >> maybe. we're here with nicholas sparks who showed up in our audience. you're listening right now to -- hold on, do we have the exclusive sound track to -- his new book. exclusively for us. "two by two" is the brand-new book. i love the idea of mixing music with your read. setting the tone, if you will.
how much fun have we had. >> it's the 20th anniversary of "the notebook." one of the most famous stories in the 21st century. thank you for being here. and asking eh questions of mindy. >> that was fun, right? >> i want to fill everyone in on the new book. "two by two." that of a divorced dad. how did it come to be? >> it was a two-fold inspiration. it life happens and he -- you know, he quits his job and this -- he eventually becomes mr. mom. he's got in great 5-year-old daughter. but he realizes he's kind of clueless. he's the kind of guy who was, until this point, a little nervous if he had to spend a whole day alone, what you to do with your kid? it's his growth as father. the big theme of the book is, two by two, as you're going through the challenges of life,
your side. a sister, a parent, a friend, a lover, your child. >> you're back on the dating scene. is it tricky? do people you date expect you to be the romantic? ryan gosling. do they expect you to be that romantic character you invoke and create? >> i suppose we'll find out. i've been busy in the last year. had to finish the novel. i haven't been dating that much. i have five kids. they're my priority. >> a romantic writer with five kids. >> perfect date night for you? >> oh, you know, what i think it is. this is true for anybody. if you're going to go on a date, make sure that you do something that's going to be fun no matter what. that way if the date doesn't work out, you still have fun. you know, with whether your thing is museum. go to a game. go to a -- a show. you know, some opening, something like that. that way you know that you have a great time. >> inclued wine.
>> first date, 50th date. and so for "the notebook." incredible. the anniversary. a "new york times" best sperm best seller for a year. inspired the move we are ryan gosling and rachel mcadams. it is amazing to you that it's been 20 years? >> it is. i still remember writing that novel. i was selling pharmaceuticals at the time. coming home, i'm working in the day. we had a young child, all night. so kathy was going to bed early. i would go and sit and say, boy, i got this story. don't know if anyone is going to like it. fingers crossed that it will get published one day. but no, that will never happen. it was like that. all of this has been quite the journey. >> that's awesome. >> i've been very fortunate. i have had readers follow me all along. >> your books are an escape. i would imagine you have an
big picture. you've been wrying for decades. somewhat the key the a good relationship? >> knowing who you're with and doing what you can for the other. hopefully, they do what they can for you. and with that said, of course, you know, i'm a novelist. i write fiction, right? >> i'm hanging on your every word. >> here we are, right? >> i want my own "notebook" story. >> it's the feeling this person will always there's something underlying. >> what do you want people to walk away with from your new book? >> if there's any lesson at all. i generally don't write for lessons. i want them to enjoy the novel and say, wow, that was worth my time. if there is a lesson, reflect on those people in your life that mean the most to you. and a appreciate them that in these times, anytime you
to share that moment. i think that's important. again, it doesn't have to be the same person all the time. a brother, a parent, a sister, a friend. >> it's a great message. all right. don't go anywhere. >> i'm not. "two by two" is available tomorrow. when we come back, we have a special surprise with nicholas
we're back with author nicholas sparks and, an audience filled with superfans who have questions for the best-selling author. >> are you ready for this? we've got christina back here who has a really difficult question for you. >> hi, nicholas. i'm christina. my question for you is, where do you draw inspiration from for
people i know. my own experiences. exporp whe experiences people have shared with me. you start with an idea for a character. little by little, it comes to life as your search for their specific voice. it's usually a mishmash of various people i have known in my life. >> a mishmash. >> a mishmash. you like that? >> i do. it sounds very technical. really quick. twitter question. this is from linda. she asks, movie to see go from book to movie? >> you know, i've ban lot. i have 11 of them. probably "a walk to remember." right? [ cheers and applause ] it was such a -- very low budget. it was so innocent and fun and my oldest son ended up having a scene in the movie. and it was -- it was exciting. so that was a lot of fun. >> listen this is a show to remember. because we have a surprise for the audience.
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