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good morning, america. feisty fireworks. republicans come out swinging in the gop debate, going right after the president. >> look, i'm not going to eat barack obama's dog food. all right? what he served up was not what i would have done. >> this morning, it's all about the man who wasn't there, as the texas heavyweight declares he's in. america's most dangerous family in court. the 29-year-old fugitive in a wheelchair. and now, she's speaking out from her jail cell about why she deserved to be shot. mystery man. who is gary giordano? the sinter secret past of the prime suspect in the disappearance of this american woman. and the story behind this bibizarre piure. his fearful former girlfriends break their silence. and up in the air. a top american skier in hot
water this morning. what this athlete did at 30,000 feet in a plane full of passengers. and why it might have wiped out any chance he has of heading to the olympics. and you will believe that last story. happy friday, everyone. robin is off today. great to have elizabeth here. boy, we have so much to get to, including that wild debate. >> it was really wild. very feisty. they came out swinging. lots of one-liners that i think we're going to be hearing for the next few days. >> against each other. and against president obama. something for august. we'll get to the wild swings in the market, as well. every single day, a different bounce. 600 down, 500 up, 400 down, 400 up. and want to look into the question of why computers that
do all the trading. most of the trading in the markets now may be to blame. >> they say it's emotion-driven. and say it's shoot first, ask later trading. so, we'll get into that with bianna golodryga in a moment. of course, it's friday. so, we have a great crowd out in central park for a blockbuster event. "american idol" scotty mccreery and the other top ten finalists are rocking our summer concert series. a great day for some great music. >> look at that crowd so early. that's fantastic. we begin with the presididtial race that has all of a sudden kicked into high gear. the president's hitting the road. a new candidate is jumping into the race. and at last night's republican debate in iowa, no one was holding back. abc's jake tapper was there for all of it. good morning, jake. >> reporter: good morning, george. a very feisty debate here in ames last night, leading up to the straw poll tomorrow here. while the candidates were unsparing in their criticism of president obama, they also for the first time directly engaged with each other. signaling that for some of them, the next days or weeks is do or die.
the sparks flew in the two-hour debate on fox news channel. minnesota ce became minnesota nasty, between former governor tim pawlenty and congresswoman michele bachmann. >> but it's an undisputable fact that in congress her record of accomplishment and results are nonexistent. >> governor, you said the era of small government is over. that sounds a lot more like barack obama if you ask me. >> she's got a record of misstating and making false statements. that's another example. >> reporter: congressman ron paul had words with rick santorum about iran. >> here we are, you know, building a case -- please. please. they're building up this case just like we did iraq. build up the war propaganda. there was no al qaeda in iraq. and they have nuclear weapons and we had to go in. i'm sure you supported that war, as well. >> reporter: former speaker newt gingrich squabbled with questioner chris wallace. >> i'd love to see the rest of tonight's debate. asking us about what would we do to lead an america with a president who failed to lead america instead of playing mickey mouse games. >> reporter: it wasn't all heated. and it wasn't all aimed at each
other. tim pawlenty made this offer for anyone who could find specific proposals from president obama, making a veiled swipe at mitt romney, as well. >> if you can find barack obama's specific plan on any of those items, i will come to your house and cook you dinner. or if you prefer, i'll come to your house and mow your lawn. in case mitt wins i'm limited to one acre. >> reporter: romney refuses to say whether he would sign the debt deal, with this curious turn of phrase. >> i'm not going to eat barack obama's dog food. what he served up isn't what i would have done if i'd have been president of the united states. >> reporter: the sparks few at the iowa state fair, as well, when romney was confronted by some voters who favored higher taxes on corporations. >> that's the way -- corporations are people, my
friend. of course, they are. everything corporations earn ultimately goes to people. i'm not going to raise taxes. that's my answer. i'm not going to raise taxes. and if you want somebody that can raise taxes vote for barack obama. >> reporter: two no shows were mentioned last night. texas governor rick perry, who will formally announce tomorrow in south carolina, and sarah palin, intentions unknown. george? >> thanks, jake. also in iowa this morning, no coincidence, is president obama's top strategist, david axelrod. and, david, i know you were studying that debate last night. let me pick up where jake left off and get your take on the newest candidate not on the stage last night. that's rick perry. he's made it clear he's going to focus his campaign on the big issue of jobs. and he's got the makings of a strong case. texas has created more jobs than any other state since the recession. 37% of all of the jobs in the u.s. in n e last t t years come from texas. are you worried that voters are going to look at that record and say that perry's done it in texas, he can do it for us? >> well, george, there is a specific reason texas has done so well. that's because the oil industry
has done so well in the last few years. and the military has grown because of the -- because of the overseas.s that we've had and so, he's been the beneficiary of things that he had very litite to do with. governor perry also was the beneficiary of $17 billion of money from the recovery act, though he's been quite critical of it that's helped him balance his budgets. >> he says it's all about low taxes and less regulation. >> i know what he says. but the reality is different than that. and whenenou examine the entire record, what's happened to education in that state, what's happened to health care in that state, it's a record of decimation, not of progress. >> who won last night's debate? >> well, that's for you guys to decide. i felt the most interesting thing about the debate last night and kind of the most stunning thing was that moment when the moderators asked all
e candidates would they accept an approach to the deficits to the debt that would include ten parts cuts and one part raising revenues. and they all raised their hand and said no. and really what they were doing was pledging allegiance to the tea party. they did not -- they were not willing to accept one more dime of taxes on the wealthiest americans. >> they were all leaping over -- all over president obama, as well, including tim pawlenty, the former governor of minnesota, picking up on what other -- even democrats have said about president obama. they said he should cancel his vacation. here's pawlenty last night. >> he should cancel his cape cod vacation, call the congress back into session and get to work on this. barack obama is missing in action. >> response? >> look, the president's family is going on vacation. he's going to join them if he can. but that's not -- that is not a measure of working on the problem. the president is working on the problem all the time.
the president has a program to move this country forward, a series of steps we can do to get this economy moving. he has an approach to the debt that is fair, that is balanced, that will solve the problem in a way that shares the responsibility. >> but you're not worried about the president being on vacation during a time of crisis? >> well, the president is going to be working on this problem until we -- until we get some action from congress. and, you know, he's going to be with his family. but he's going to be working on these issues. and i don't think people begrudge him that. >> let me ask you a final question about the front-runner in the republican race right now, mitt romney. a remarkable article in "politico" earlier this week laid out what they said was the emerging obama strategy based on talking to advisers. it says obama plan, destroy romney. obama's re-election campaign will portray the public romney
as inauthentic and what has been used in about a dozen interviews, weird. is that what you all think of governor romney? >> no. and as i've said to others, anybody who purports to be a source from the obama campaign who made those comments should be removed from those reporters' rolodexes. >> thanks. >> good to be with you. >> take care. elizabeth? now to the scary market swings keeping investors around the world on edge. if you've lost track yesterday the dow closed dramatically higher. the fourth-straight of 100-point swings, more than 100-point swings. abc's bianna golodryga has been looking into what's behind these. never in history have we had four days like this. >> reporter: do you have whiplash? i think we need a neck brace when we're watching the stock market. the wild week continues today. one day it's down because of french banks. the next day it's up because of u.s. economic news. but throughout all of the ups and downs this week, one thing has remained constant. technology is now making it easier than ever for even slight panic or cheer to lead to massive market moves.
call it the rollercoaster dow. the whipsawing market has never seen new lows come back with big highs. crash back down again and spike again all in just one week. >> a brutal day on wall street. >> market ends up more than 400 points. >> here we go again. >> reporter: panicked buying and selling made even worse, some experts say, by technology. >> they're not causing it. but they are speeding -- making it happen faster. >> reporter: in fact, computers are now able to execute tens of thousands of trades in just seconds. leading to a sell now -- >> put the order out. >> reporter: -- ask questions later mentality. and that has many financial advisers worried. >> i think the average investor should certainly be concerned whether economic prospects are getting better or worse. this will affect the value of their investments. >> reporter: during volatile weeks like this one, as much as 70% of buying and selling is now done by computers, making up-and-down swings even more dramatic and dizzying. >> these swings are so large
that your order might hit the market at the wrong time. so, you end up paying much more than you should if you're buying or you end up getting much less than you should if you're selling. >> reporter: but those who make their money from computerized trades disagree. they say it's people who panic, not machines. >> computers are to blame only to the extent that the car is to blame in a hit-and-run accident. it's the driver, not the computer. >> reporter: of course, many critics say while that may be true the damage is more serious when the car is turbocharged or traveling g lightning fast speeds. i don't know if you know this, but new york stock exchange is the last manned exchange in the world. all the european exchanges are computerized. >> computerized. you can act just like that. bianna, thanks so much. speaking of cars traveling at lightning fast speeds, we're going to turn to the fugitive siblings now. the dougherty gang. as you know, they led police on a wild chase before ending up in jail. take a look at this photo. the sister, lee grace, in a wheelchair recovering from the
shootout with police. she's now speaking out for the first time from behind bars. abc's ryan owens is in pueblo, colorado, with t t latest. >> reporter: good morning, george. the three siblings are locked up here. but at l lst one of them is speaking up. the oldest, lee grace. she's talking to detectives and to her fiance back in florida. >> she just said, honey, your girlfriend really screwed up. >> reporter: brendon bookman says lee grace dougherty called him on her first night in jail. >> considering what she has allegedly gone through, she was quite lucid and coherent and sounded pretty normal. >> reporter: the 29-year-old is in a wheelchair after an officer shot her in the leg during that chase and shootout that brought her and her brothers' run to a crashing end. >> she was just saying, i'll never know how bad it hurts to be shot by a .40 caliber bullet. >> reporter: according to her arrest affidavit, she told police, i deserved to be shot, after admitting she pointed a
gun at an officer. but she and her brothers, dylan and ryan, deny the more serious charges they are facing, that they tried to murder police officers during the chase here in colorado and this one in florida. >> shots were fired from the passenger side view. >> reporter: the siblings' mother, who like so many others, feared these three would never be taken alive. told the associated press, i'm devastated. and i'm trying to be strong for other family members. throughout all of this, i think everyone just wanted it to stop. and now it's over. the judge has ordered each of the siblings be held on more than a million dollars bail. and that's just for the charges here. remember, there are also those in florida and georgia. if they are convicted of even one of these crimes, they could spend the rest of their young lives in prison. george? >> okay, ryan. thanks. what could she possibly be smiling about? >> i don't know. you wonder. that's a real moment of laughter.
josh elliott here with the morning's news. >> some levity there. odd. completely odd. not this news. we begin with major layoffs possibly being delivered soon to the post office. this morning, the postal service is proposing up to 220,000 job cuts, most of them layoffs. that's 20% of its current workforce. it also wants to withdraw from federal retirement and health plans. the moves would require congressional approval and face stiff union opposititi. the postal service is expect to lose up to $9 billion this year. but if you're looking for encouraging economic news, maybe look to the gas pumps. experts now say gas prices could drop as much as 50 cents a gallon in the next few weeks. oil prices have been sinking during the recent market turmoil. and overseas, progress this morning in the fight to unseat moammar gadhafi. bels claimed to have recaptured a key oil terminal.
and say the road to the capital will be under their control within days. rebel leaders are stepping up now to govern the country. we turn, now, to a scandal that could derail one of the top skiers hoping to represent the u.s. in the upcoming winter olympics. he apparently had a few too many drinks before a cross-country flight. 18-year-old robert sandy vietze is one of the country's elite skiers, a member of the u.s. ski team. but he may have lost any chance of representing the united states in the next winter olympics. on a redeye flight from portland, oregon, to new york on he got up to use the bathroom. but instead of relieving himself in the toilet, he instead urinated on an 11-year-old girl. she was traveling with her sister and cancer-stricken father who had left her momentarily when the unwanted shower landed on the young girl's leg. he had consumed at least eight alcoholic beverages before boarding the flight. and according to law enforcement sources he said, quote, i was
drunk and i did not realize i was doing it, end quote. publishes reports claimed he has refused to apologize and ignored questions from reporters outside of his vermont home on thursday. his name has been removed from the u.s. ski team's up-and-coming development roster. meanwhile, the young girl and family are said to be moving on and have not yet filed criminal charges. vietze was issued a summons for indecent exposure. but the case was then dropped, apparently after the girl's father refused to allow her to be questioned. and finally, we're all familiar with the grocery stores claiming that they sell only the freshest, top-quality ingredients. one upscale store here in new york has been caught in a lie. turns out, for the last 20 years, zabar's has been selling lobster salad, only without that key ingredient, substituting crawfish instead. and it took somebody from the big easy, new orleans, to call them out. this is the best part.
it's now been renamed, seafare. and they're still charging 17 bucks a pound. >> louisiana lobster. >> apparently. >> i shop there all ththtime. >> there's no shame. i want to hear how the seafare salad is. >> i'll let you know. >> done. >> $17 a pound. time now for the weather. steve villanueva is in for sam this morning. hey, steve. >> hey, guys. good morning, everyone. we'll start in texas this morning, where it is finally a little bit cooler. yesterday in dallas, we were only in the 90s for the first time in 40 days. we were not in the triple digits thanks to some thunderstorms. more in the forecast. great news because you desperately needed the rain. and in new england, back towards chicago a very comfortable start to the day heading into the 80s later with lots of sunshine. all right, everyone. that is your national forecast.
you might actually enjoy a story more if you know how it ends before you begin. at least that's what a new study is saying. abc's david wright takes a look on this new twist on storytelling. >> reporter: these researchers insist knowing how everything turns out doesn't spoil the fun. it actually makes things better. for "good morning america" -- hang on a sec. it actually makes things better. really? think about it. would it really hurt to know ahead of time who wins harry potter's battle with voldemort? would "rise of the planet of the apes" be less fun if you knew where the story was heading? >> the term spoiler suggests that people think they spoil. they don't call them enhancers, after all. >> reporter: the researchers had test subjects read a dozen short stories. and found in every case readers who already knew the ending enjoyed the story more. for kids, knowing the ending doesn't make "beauty and the
beast" less fun, the 2nd or 22nd time they watch it. but grown-ups? >> am i missing a tooth? >> reporter: in the hugely successful "hangover" movies, you see the end up front. part of the fun of horror movies is knowing that woman is making a big mistake right now. [ screams ] >> reporter: but in a hitchcock thriller, like "psycho," not knowing who is behind the curtain is prt of the fun. or is it? researchers say the anticipation is more fun than the surprise. >> really the value of a story isn't knowing who did it. like to do that in one sentence. the butler did it. and you get no aesthetic pleasure interest that. >> reporter: these researchers insist knowing how everything turns out doesn't spoil the fun, it actually makes things better. for "good morning america," david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> it is fun to go back and pick up the clues a second time around. >> it is. but i still like being surprised. coming up, disturbing new details about the mystery man who may have been the last person to see this american woman alive in aruba. our team of nancy grace and dan abrams examine the evidence.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] central park is tacked. scscty mccreery fansns he is singing to everyone in central park this morning. he will be there. and it is a beautiful day out in central park. >> such a nice, young man. i was impressed. it is gorgeous out there. a big crowd. lots of kids. >> that's right. we'll look forward to that in a little bit. and coming up this half hour, we have a very interesting story. breaking up is hard to do as anyone who's broken up with
somebody knows. but george soros may be having a tougher time than most. why his ex says his broken promises should cost him $50 million. >> a little bit of an age difference. he's 80. she's 28. also coming up, sarah ferguson. call her the duchess of -- why she stormed out of an interview. >> in australia. all right. first, to the latest on the search for that missing american woman in aruba. police say the man being held in robyn gardner's disappearance is no longer cooperating in the investigation. abc's matt gutman has been covering the story from the very start in aruba. and joins us from aruba this morning with the very latest. matt, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. well, araruban authorities are trying to piece together the mystery of why robyn gardner was flying here with a man she thought might be dangerous. what happened to her in those last few hours and whether she knew she was in danger. what is becoming more clear is a portrait of a man who likely has all of those answers. this man, investigators now
confirm, is 50-year-old gary giordano. it is a mug shot of a man they increasingly suspect is responsible for robyn gardner's disappearance and possible death. what kind of indication was there might be something wrong? >> indications about problems with women before. >> reporter: the arubans have rereested fbi assistance in gathering evidence from women in his past. "gma" has found at least four women who claim he was alarmingly aggressive. carrieienderson says giordano tried to contact her daughter, who was a model, claimed to be a producer, offering to take her to aruba on a photo shoot. >> he started telling me stuff like that he would protect her. he says there's not going to be another natalee holloway or anything. >> reporter: when she said no? >> he got very angry with me at that point. he started telling me if i went and slept with him, he would make sure i was taken care e well financially. he said that if you let your
daughter sleep with me, too, i'll take care of both of y'all for the rest of your lives financially. >> reporter: emerson says the fbi interviewed her about the confrontation. other women have filed restraining orders against him. and one woman who tells us giordano sent her this picture, shown exclusively on "gma," rebuffed his offer to go on a cruise with him. and then, she says he stalked her. one time appearing in that deer costume outside her window. robyn gardner's friends say giordano met robyn online about a year ago. and he also offered to take her on a cruise. when she declined? >> the text messages were so extreme. it didn't seem to come from -- it just didn't seem to come from someone levelheaded. >> reporter: a person who continues to mystify police here. no one is even quite sure how he earns a living. he's described himself alternatively as a recruiter and producer. whoever he is, gary giordano nearly talked himself out of arrest. but police took him in friday.
at first, he cooperated. but with the investigative noose tightening no more. >> he is now no longer cooperating with us. >> reporter: it's been nine days since robyn vanished here, at aruba's at the idyllic baby beach, and not a trace since. >> when you don't have a body and you suspect that there's foul play it's always a problem. >> reporter: and now, the race is on to gather as much evidence both here in aruba and back in the u.s. because giordano is slated to appear in court on monday. and if they don't have enough evidence, the judge could order him released. elizabeth? >> all right, matt. thanks so much. let's bring in "gma's" legal analyst, dan abrams, and nancy grace, the host of "nancy grace" on hln to talk more about the case. dan, i'd like to start with you. aruban authorities were widely criticized for mishandling the natalee holloway case. so far, how do you think they're doing? >> i think they're doing okay. i think they were smart to bring in the fbi to help them out. this has got to become an issue of national importance to aruba.
and you may say, wait a sec. this is a criminal case. why is it of national importance? because tourism is incredibly important to aruba. and you've got many people who know of aruba only because of the natalee holloway case. the last thing they want or need is now aruba being known for a second american woman being involved in a beyond suspicious disappearance in their country. >> nancy, dan raises a good point about the tourism. the fbi has been called into the case. but it's nine days later. many key witnesses, other tourists who might have been on the island have most likely gone home already. >> you're absolutely correct. and how i wish that were true because it makes perfect sense what dan said. but the reality is aruba is very proud to boast that the tourism is actually up 6.5% since the natalee holloway case. so, while they say that they're doing all this to help, actually they know that any mention of the word aruba, whether positive or negative, puts that in
tourists' minds. and most of their tourist trade is from the u.s. elizabeth, many of the tourists that may have seen these two out and about the day she went missing are gone. and they are just now, as in the last 24 hours, releasing giordano's name and photo and the picture of their rental car to the public. so, it's a day late and a dollar short. however, they are bringing in the fbi. and i expect giordano's maryland home to be searched within a couple of hours, which is a whole other can of worms. he has a big sign out front, visitors, warning, you will be video and audiotaped if you come here. and two women, it is reported, say he secretly videoed them in bed during sex. and in one of the episodes where he videoed himself, elizabeth, he's beating and choking the woman, according to those reports. >> i ihink that that's going to become really important in the context of this investigation. people say, well, is this going to be admissible?
not admissible? doesn't matter right now. in the context of this investigation it's going to make any smart investigators very, very suspicious of this guy. and they're going to want to know as much as they can about him, about his habits, about his patterns and the way he did things. this is why talking to tourists, even if they've left the country, i think they'll now try to talk to people even after they have left because they're probably going to be the best kind of witnesses they can get. people who were fellow tourists who might have seen them when and where, et cetera. >> and the case is getting publicity in this country now. people who might have been in aruba a week ago will look at the picture and remember. it was interesting yesterday, dan. robyn's live-in boyfriend said there was evidence there was somebody on her ipad, on her computer sending messages or doing some sort of activity after she was reported missing. >> yeah, which could be enormously important. i mean if someone had her log in information, et cetera, and was using it after she went missing, you have to wonder how many that
could that be? >> in aruba. >> in aruba. that's probably one. so, that's going to become another piece in the puzzle. it is clear that the authorities are incredibly suspicious, beyond suspicious. now the question is, are they going to have enough hard evidence to keep him behind bars? >> nancy, how long can authorities in aruba actually hold gary giordano without charging him with anything? >> well, as opposed to our jurisprudence system where he can only be held 72 hours before a probable cause h hring to determine why you're there, they meet every eight days. that's going to come up on monday and speaking of habits, all of her friends, her boyfriend, her mother, they all say this girl did not go snorkeling. all right? she liked to sit by the pool, have a d dnk, take a dip, maybe from here down, at most. she got extensions glued in every other week. this woman was not snorkeling. in fact, we have been investigating down in aruba and found a dive shop and snorkel gear shop right there at baby beach. they came in there that day, the afternoon she's reported
missing. no snorkel gear. no dive gear. all they did was eat and leave. >> all right. nancy grace, dan abrams, plenty for authorities to investigate. we'll be following the story. thanks so much for weighing in this morning. >> thank you. time, now, to check ininith the weather. and steve villanueva from news 8 in new haven, connecticut, is in for sam champion. hey, steve. >> hey, elizabeth. hey, george. good morning, everyone. we have great video out of nebraska to show you. a tornado that touched down yesterday. this is a classic textbook tornado, luckily enough, no one was hurt. now, today the threat of severe weather simply shifts eastward. isol this weather report brought to you by swiffer.
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george soros is one of the world's richest men worth $14 billion and he's usually in the headlines for his philanthropy and supporting political causes but now unwanted attention getting sued by an ex-girlfriend who said he promised her a multimillion dollar apartment and then took it back. andrea canning here with it. >> adriana ferreyr claims he broke the news in bed that he gave one of actually two apartments to another woman.n. she also says she was the victim of extreme and outrageous hahassment by the billionaire. his people say this is nothing more than the shakedown of a very wealthy man. >> i think people have to make up their own minds. >> reporter: he's the 80-year-old billionaire
financier. she's the 28-year-old former brazilian actress. the drama between george soros and adriana ferreyr is as explosive as a soap opera with ferreyr suing soros for $50 million. >> made promises to her which he intended never to keep. >> reporter: in this steamy lawsuit her attorney alleges the fighting started over a $2 million manhattan apartment she claims he promised her. "they were laying in bed when soros bluntly informed her that he had given the apartment to another woman and an argument ens ensued." soros clapped ferreyr accost the face and proceeded to put his hands around her neck in an attempt to choke her. she said he attempted to hit her with a lamp and she became extremely traumatized. she claims they later made up but reneged a second time on a promise to buy another apartment. some will look at this and say $00 million? give me a break. what do you say to that.
>> there's the fraud. there's the intentional inflikdz of emotional distress. quite frankly, this is the last thing she wanted to be involved in. she was hoping it would be resolved. >> reporter: soros who gives away $800 million a year to charity and is a major contributor to liberal and democratic causes denies all the allegations. he fought back through his attorney who tells abc news this is "an attempt to extract money from my client who is known to be a very wealthy man." police investigated the august 2010 incident and concluded that no assault occurred. >> husbands and wife, boyfriends and girlfriends breaking promises. sure, feelings are hurt but you can't sue for that. >> reporter: soros app camp tells me she's a gold digger. >> i'm not surprised by what they said. >> reporter: is adriana a gold digger? >> this is not the typical party girl or runs around from p pson to person. she was committed to him. >> reporter: ferreyr says she fears for her safety which only
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♪ i love you this big and there they are. all of the finalists from this career's "american idol." what a aorgeous day to have you here. thank you all for coming out. >> it's pretty impressive seeing all of you guyall on one stage together. how does it feel? you're sounding amazing. >> amazing. it's an amazing, talented group of people. i'm just happy to be a part of it. >> we're so happy to have you here. the crowd isislly psycycheto hear you guys sing. [ cheers and applause ] >> this group has such great chemistry.
on the show, it was really fun to watch you and feels like a genuine friendship. so, thank you for coming. >> i love all these signs out here saying "i love you this big." robin is going to be so sorry she missed it. great to have you, elizabeth. and this half hour, we have our extreme sweepstakes. we're going to have a story on all these people that go to unbelievable lengths to win those -- >> eight hours a day. >> and actually works if you put in the time. >> it does. and, of course, we're going to have the last two contenders for our america's most beautiful spot. an amazing visit today. >> oh, yes. going to a place that is very hot and not just because cameron has his shirt off. i just want you to take this in for a moment. i know i should wrap it up. but, no. i'm not going to. >> are you oohing and ahing over
cameron. >> ever since he was on tv. josh, you don't have to take your shirt off for the news. >> please don't. >> that's great. terrific news. we are though going to begin with the first big republican debate of the presidential primary season. last night eight contenders duking it out in iowa. they went after president obama, of course. but for the first time engaged each other directly, especially the two candidates from the great state of minnesota. >> it's an undisputable fact that in congress her record of accomplishment and results is nonexistent. >> you said the era of small government was over. that sounds a lot more like barack obama if you ask me. >> front-runner mitt romney, seen there, was largely unscathed. all could be overshadowed by that man, texas governor, rick perry, who is entering the race tomorrow. 250,000 people could be losing their job at the postal service. the postal service is proposing some 220,000 job cuts over the next 4 years, as it copes with billions of dollars in losses. it also wants to withdraw from
federal health benefits and retirement programs. and there's new evidence this morning in the search for a missing 3-year-old girl in missouri. investigators remain hopeful that breeann rodriguez will be found alive. abc's chris bury has the latest. >> reporter: even in candlelight, at a vigil for their missing daughter, the anguish of these parents was plain. their tiny 3-year-old, the girl with those big, brown eyes, disappeared from outside their home saturday. breeann rodriguez, last seen riding her pink bicycle in t ts small missouri town, now an ominous break in the case. training wheels found in a field two miles away. >> these wheels are similar to the ones that was on the bicycle. >> reporter: her father told the fbi they are from breeann's bike. this week, billboards with breeann's picture went up in missouri and arkansas, offering a $45,000 reward. investigators, fearing the child
was abducted, put out an alert for an older model white, cargo van, similar to these seen in the area. volunteers helped scour the neighborhood. they gathered in prayer to support the family. >> i think this is one of the greatest things that everybody pulled together to search for one child. >> i feel so sorry for her, her family. i just wish she would come home. >> reporter: a small town pulling together, praying for the safe return of breeann rodriguez, the tiny girl with those striking eyes who disappeared without a trace. for "good morning america," i'm chris bury, abc news. >> thank you, chris. meanwhile, three missing grandchildren of a california congressman have been found in mexico. and now, their mother is under arrest. the 11-year-old boy and his 9-year-old twin brothers are grandsons of congressman gary miller. they were allegedly abducted by their mother four years ago during a custody dispute with miller's son. she was turned over to authorities in los angeles where she's due in court today. and shocking collapse for tiger woods.
this morning, he sits in 129th place, after the 1st round of the pga championship, the year's final major. shot a 77 yesterday. his worst score ever in the opening round of a major. now here's our diane sawyer with a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >> hello, , sh. good friday to you. tonight on "world news," she was fearless, spirited and her heroic actions saved hundreds of lives, inspiring a hollywood film. who is she? you have to meet our "person of the week." that's coming up tonight. happy weekend to you. >> to you, as well, diane. finally, things were moving a little differently than usual on one street in queens, new york. >> oh, my god. he's f fing. >> yep, that's a bull taking off down the city streets. making a turn on to liberty street as that tow truck driver shot the video.
butchers ran after -- yes, butchers because the bull had escaped from their slaughterhouse. it was eventually rounded up on the campus of a nearby college. and in case you're counting, that is two days now and two loose steer. and that's no bull. time to head back up to central park where we have 11 "american idol" finalists waiting, as are george and elizabeth. guys? >> actually i think you can squeeze one more pun in, josh. i mean, get one more in there. >> i was doing that all for george. i was doing that for george's benefit. i know he was enjoying it. >> to see the smile on your face when you put the puns out put a smile on my face, josh. >> i'm trying to milk the story, for all it's worth. >> oh. i knew he could get another one in. >> he could. josh, you win again today. >> it's becoming a trend. stray steers in the united states of america. let's go to lara. "pop news heat index." >> speaking of puns, and i love them, sizzling today, the heat
index. and we begin with a fabulous wedding. i'm not talking about the duchess. i'm talking about, of course, kate moss. incredible new pictureres in "vogue" of her recent wedding that took place on july 1st. moss says the entire wedding was inspired by the 1920s book "the great gatsby." and wore four different couture gowns that didn't end until the next morning, which sounds perfectly supermodelish to us. the fastest sport you have never heard of. underwater hockey. no pads, no puck. all you need is a great set of lungs. it's very strange. check out this video. players hold their breath as they try to score eight feet under water. come back for air. and head down for another shot. they say it's exciting. but they admit, from the surface it looks like a guppy feeding frenzy. not exactly a great spectator
sport. but has a cult following since it was created in the 1950s. and call her the duchess of don't. sarah ferguson stormed out of a television interview -- out of a australian network. and what set her off? footage of fergie offering cash for access to her former husband, prince andrew. they played it during the interview. her representatives say she was ambushed. the network is calling it the, quote, weirdest interview that you will ever see. finally, we have some breaking muppet news. the bromance between bert and ernie is strictly platonic, people. i just said that. can you believe it was a news story? "sesame street" has issued a statement clarifying that bert and ernie are just friends. they are not getting married. this comes after an internet petition urging the muppets to make it official, now that same-sex marriage is legal in new york. bert and ernie have been roommates since 1969, leading some to speculate that they
might be a couple. but the show says they have don't have sexual orientation. as one of the puppeteers reminded people, they don't exist t low the waist. that is your "pop news heat index." >> i know. muppets are coming to the big screen. >> they are. and very, very good friends. >> they are. and we want to welcome steve villanueva from wtnh, new haven, in for sam today. >> you guys ready for a good concert? fur first of all, let's get to the weather. we got the tropics starting to heat up. out in the atlantic a couple of tropical waves. now, there are two that have good potential of becoming tropical systems later on. and if they do, they will be frederick and gert. the outlook for the rest of the country for the weekend looks like this. mild towards portland. some violent storms in the central part of the country. rain down towards south florida. but the northeast is looking beautiful, right on through lh
that's your forecast, everyone. lara, over to you. >> thank you very much, steve. "gma" morning menu.ok at your high stakes people. these are the people who enter contests a lot and make them pay. they're going to share some of their inside tips on how you can become a winner. we have the final two stops in "gma's" most beautiful place in america. hot spots in hawaii and wyoming that yououust have to see to believe.
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>> reporter: flashy cars, exotic vacation, appliances, these items don't belong to high rollers, they belong to sweepers. >> a thousandd dollars? >> probably entered over 2 million sweepstakes. >> yes. here i go. >> i literally do nothing but enter ten hours a day. >> reporter: sweeping is a serious business with more than 100 million americans entering sweepstakes every year. >> you can't win if you don't enter and i enter everything. >> reporter: on tlc's new show "high stakes sweepers" they follow enthusiasts who hope to win big and do a lot. for the past 12 years robert has spent two to three hours a day sweeping. winning over $100,000 in prizes. >> i think this is a prize winning envelope right here. >> reporter: my personal favorite, a year supply of french fries. he does most of his sweeping by
mail enlisting his kids' help decorating the entry envelopes. now sweepstakes winners are chosen randomly but he still thinks he has a better chance of winning if his letters stand out from the crowd. >> i probably spend $4,000 a year on stamps and other supplies. >> reporter: ron miller's strategy is s sell the majority of prizes he wins online. >> yes, yes, this is ron. >> i put it up on the internet. the cash is in my online payment account and i can then thereby pay bill, go on vacation. >> whoo. i'm carolyn and i'm known as the queen. >> reporter: she started sweeping ten years ago after being laid off from her job. her winnings include -- >> games to electronics to cosmetics. to clothes, to purses, to kitchenware, we won a trip to the harry potter set. we went to london, england, for the weekend.
that's my favorite win. to date. >> reporter: she's been all over europe and the u.s. traveled to the olympic games twicic and rubbed elbows with some of the biggest names in musus and she's far from finished. so i have won some cash and i have won many cruises, but i have yet to win the car and the computer, so those are two on my list of things that i'd really like to win. >> reporter: computer and brand new car are in the future? take a look at her stats. nearly every day she spends one to two hours entering sweepstakes entering between 100 and 300 entries. that amounts to 3,000 to 9,000 a month. she wins anywhere from 5 to 15 prizes every month. >> i've gone on adventures that money can't buy and that would never have been in my budget. >> okay, i'm going to enter. i've won a little over a million
dollars in cash and prizes. >> reporter: this woman has been a sweeper for 50 years. >> this is the fourth set of washer and dryers that i've won. i have not had to put outy own moneyo buy appliances since i was 17. >> reporter: is winning more about skill or luck? >> skill and observance. >> reporter: you don't believe in luck at all. >> i don't think so. people tell me, oh, you're so lucky. it's a win. i know it's a win. i said, did you enter. no. well, that's why i won. it wasn't luck, it was that i put the effort. >> reporter: but these high stakes sweepers aren't just in it to win it, they're also in it to share the keys to their sweepstakes success. >> you want to be organized. look for best odd sweepstakes and maximize your entries. >> reporter: carolyn wrote a book and have given seminars. enter everything using these methods, in person, call in,
mail in, online and texting to maximize your odds of winning and make sure always read the sweepstakes rules. to date she's helped others win over a million dollars in prizes. >> only takes one to n. >> reporter: for "good morning america," john berman, abc news, virginia beach. >> and high stakes sweepers on tlc with a lot more tips on how to win, our website abcnews.com/gma. back to elizabeth on stage. >> all right, george, then there were two. we asked all of you our viewers to e-mail us your most beautiful spots in america for "gma's" most beautiful spots in america. we've narrowed all those thousands of entries down to ten stunning spots. first lara took us to newport, rhode island and cape cod to give us a stunning vistas interest there and josh took us to sleeping dunes and point reyes, california. sam swung into sedona, arizona, aspen, colorado and emeril hit
the beach in destin, florida and asheville, north carolina and now "gma" special contributor cameron mathison is here with our last two. i got shut out of the best boondoggle in "gma" history. >> i'm listening to you and thinking, wow, those are beautiful places but i got lucky too. thanks to you at home i got to enjoy the trip of a lifetime combining sky and sea. skiing and surfing. i'm a lucky guy. lanikai beach, wyoming and wyoming. across the great plains of america where the buffalo roam rises the nation's mountain rank grand tetons. dolly sent us this, inspiring choice for one of "gma's" most beautiful places in america and says "i have that view engraved in my mind and i close my eyes and i see it."
the largest peak in the range rises to nearly 14,000 feet. and either summer or winter this is a aplayground for everyone. even hollywood royalty like harrison ford and sandra bullock take advantage of this american wonderland all year long. >> it's like a human magnet. just draws you in and it's unbelievable here. >> reporter: from winter's deep powder for skiers and snowboarders to the summertime throngs who go boating, kayaking and canoeing among the pristine lakes. >> i've traveled and tried to experience other places that i ever want to possibly live and jackson always just draws me back. >> reporter: but our search for america's most beautiful place doesn't end here from the heights of the grand tetons to lanikai's beach. this place with perfect white sand and warm waters i invited my wife vanessa to join me.
one of our viewers sent in this photo of a beautiful beach in hawaii and we are going to find it. >> let's do it. >> let's do it. i'm looking for one of the most beautiful places in america, in particular this beach right here and somewhere in hawaii. do you know where that is? >> i'm new here. >> reporter: you're new here. >> never seen it. >> i'm going to take a guess at molokini. >> molokini. have you seen this -- >> looks like sunset beach. >> reporter: you think it looks like sunset beach? >> it could be by mokopu. >> reporter: mokopu. i'm looking for this beach. i can't find it anyplace. >> that's lanikai beach. >> we found it. >> we did it. >> reporter: the small strip of
beach north of honolulu close to president obama's childhood home and where he still comes with his family, lanikai has the most breathtaking views especially at sunrise. lisa basham is the "gma" viewer that sent this breathtaking picture. high-five because this is definitely one of the most beautiful places in america. i got to hand it to you. how did you find it. >> i just was driving around looking at a map. saw it from far away and said how can i get close to it. >> reporter: to take advantage of a full day on the beach we did what the locals do, we climbed in a kayak and road toward the smokealua islands. >> as you saw it's not an easy excursion. >> reporter: it's not easy getting out here but once we arrived, what a sight. the seabird sanctuary is not just relaxing for the birds. lann kay means royal sea in hawaiian and it's here the queen
was brought to bathe and relax. >> i'm going in. >> woo. >> come with me, my queen. >> reporter: each island had a bathtub specificicly for the queen so they would bring her out on the boat and then they would lower them into the bathtub and let them have their own retreat. it's secluded. it's gorgeous. it's protected and it's super secret. >> reporter: going backwards, no trip to lanikai is complete without a look underwater. off the tourist path, this beach is a local favorite that doesn't get too crowded which definitely adds to its beauty and charm. lann kay, a perfect place to play and relax. no wonder it's one of your most beautiful places in america. now, believe it or not, what lann kay beach hawaii and grand teton, wyoming have in common,
crystal beautiful blue waters, as well as animals you don't see every day in grand teton, bears and buffalo and in lann kay, of course, spectacular fish and sea turtles. i am such a lucky guy. because it's the way i like to roll i brought back traditional gifts from hawaii. >> ah. so sweet. >> my goodness. >> oh, i know. for you, josh. i thought you would appreciate it. >> feeling all tight together. >> i think we should crack it open. >> very, very nice. >> there's a joke in there somewhere. >> yeah. >> thank you for the gifts. >> "american idol" singers are going to be here in just a minute. all ten finalists and the winner take the stage. don't go away.
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mid 70s to near 80s santa rosa. temperatures ♪ any way you want it that's the way you need it any way you want it ♪ ♪ whoa any way you want it that's the way you need it any way you want it ♪ ♪ any way you want it that's the way you need it any way ♪ ♪ any way you want it that's the way you need it ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> the "american idol" final 11 singing "any way you want it." not one of these guys were around when journey sang the original song. you weren't even born. how is it going? >> i love that. >> it is great to have you all out here. >> thank you so much. >> we're psyched to be in our
last half hour. we'll hear from you almost nonstop. a lot of different songs. the crowd is so excited. but first we'll check in for a quick look at the weather, right? >> absolutely. >> steven. >> good morning, everyone. we'll take a look at the weather. let's take you to our forecast for the weekend because we are headed into the weekend. looks like we will see rain showers down towards florida. severe storms moving to the tennessee river valley once again, really hot in texas and cool along the coast. elsewhere, quite comfortable along the northern plains and ther
[ cheers and applause ] >> that weather report brought to you by choice hotels. george, over to you. >> thank you, steve. time now for lauren alaina. she has got a brand-new album out called "wildflower." here's the first single "like my mother does." ♪ people always say i have a laugh like my mother does ♪ ♪ guess that makes sense she taught me how to smile when things get rough ♪ ♪ i've got her spirit and she's always got my back ♪
♪ when i look at her i think i want to be just like that ♪ ♪ when i love i give it all i've got like my mother does ♪ ♪ when i'm scared i bow my head and pray like my mother does ♪ ♪ when i feel weak and unpretty i know i'm beautiful and strong ♪ ♪ because i see myself like my mother does ♪ ♪ i never met a stranger i can talk to anyone like my mother does ♪ ♪ i let my temper fly and she can walk away
when she's had enough ♪ ♪ she sees everybody for who they really are ♪ ♪ i'm so thankful for her guidance she e lped me get this far ♪ ♪ when i love i give it all i've got like my mother does ♪ ♪ when i'm scared i bow my head and pray like my mother does ♪ ♪ she's a rock, she is grace, she's an angel she's my heart and soul she does it all ♪ >> i love u, mama.
♪ when i love i give it all i've got like my mother does ♪ ♪ when i'm scared yeah i bow my head and pray like my mother does ♪ ♪ when i feel weak and unpretty i know i'm beautiful and strong ♪ ♪ because i see myself like my mother does ♪ ♪ like my mother does oh yeah yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. dry mouth is uncomfortable.
first, though, we have a lot to talk b you have a new album coming out in october. tell us about it. >> it's going to be out october 4th. chk it out. we've been recording nonstop since the finale many i'm really proud. >> you have a lot to be proud of. record number of voters came out to make you the american idol. >> yes, ma'am, it was crazy. crazy. >> and country is clearly here to stay. >> yeah. >> how was that experience, that moment? >> oh, my goodness. >> when you found out you were the one. >> i couldn't pinpoint one emotion that was going through my head because it was like a whirlwind. i just had to go down and hug my family because they stuck by me through the whole thing since day one and thank the lord. >> i love the voice. at what age did it change? >> momma says it changed around 13 or 14.
>> can you imagine, mom, can i have cornflakes. >> or lucky charms maybe. >> but it's so melodic and beautiful and what else is beautiful is the camaraderie between you all and sort of the hope that you'll all succeed. you also have an album coming out, lauren, correct? >> yes. >> lauren told me she has bronchitis so we give her major props for coming out today. you sound fantastic. >> thank you. >> what's next for you guys after the album? do you expect that you'll go on big tours or -- >> after the album i'm going back to school. it's my senior year, yeah, i'm not going to miss out on those memories. >> i'm so glad to hear that. i was reading you should be in your senior year this year and i'm so thrilled to hear you're putting education first. >> yes, ma'am. definitely. >> will you fit in time to tour. >> i'll still be working. i think first block might be
interview w ass but i'll still be there. >> right now will you sing us a song? i think you know the song. first let me tell you if you want more of these two, catch them sunday night on abc. there's a big special -- let me get the name correct. cma's music festival. country's night to rock and a little rock right now from big".y singing "i love you this ". ♪ well i know i'm still young but i know how i feel ♪ ♪ i might not have too much experience oh, but i know when love is real ♪ ♪ by the way my heart starts pounding when i look into your eyes ♪
♪ i might look a little silly standi with my arms stretched open wide ♪ ♪ i love you this big eyes have never seen this big ♪ ♪ and no one's ever dreamed this big and i'll spend the rest of my life ♪ ♪ explaining what words cannot describe but i'll try i love you this big ♪ ♪ well i'll love you to the moon and back i'll love you all the time ♪ ♪ deeper than the ocean yeah and higher than the pines ♪
♪ 'cause girl you do something to me deep down in my heart ♪ ♪ i know i look a little crazy standing with my arms stretched all apart ♪ ♪ i love you this big eyes h have never seen this big♪ ♪ no one's ever dreamed this big and i'll spend the rest of my life explaining what words cannot describe but i'll try ♪ ♪ i love you this big so much bigger than i ever dreamed my heart ever would ♪ ♪ i love you this big
and i'd write your name in stars across the sky if i could ♪ ♪ well i would i love you this big oh eyes have never seen this big ♪ ♪ and no one's ever dreamed this big and i'll spend the rest of my life ♪ ♪ explaining what words cannot describe but i'll try i love you this big ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> backstroke lolover always hiding neath the covers. till i talked to your daddy he say he said ♪ like this ♪ seesaw swinging with the boys in the school and your feet flying up in the air singing hey diddle diddle with your kitty in the middle ♪ ♪ of the swing like you didn'n' care so i took a big chance at the high school dance ♪ ♪ with a missy who was ready to play wasn't me she was fooling ♪ ♪ cause she knew what she was doing ♪ walk this way walk this way walk this way walk this way ♪ ♪ walk this way walk this way walk this way walk this way ♪ ♪ just gym me a kiss
♪ any way you want it that's the way you need it any way you want it ♪ ♪ she loves to move, she loves to groove she loves the loving things ♪ ♪ oh love it, touching, squeezing ♪ ♪ any way you want it that's s e way you need it any way you want it ♪ ♪ i said any way you want it that's the way you need it any way you want it ♪ ♪ oh she was alone i never knew
what good love could do then we touched then we sang about the loving thing ♪ ♪ loving loving touching touching squeezing another ♪ ♪ ♪ any way you want it that's the way you need it any way you want it ♪ ♪ any way you want it that's the way you need it any way you want it ♪ ♪ any way you want it that's the way you need it any way y you wt it ♪ ♪ any way you want it any way you want it that's the way you need it any way you want it whoa ♪
♪ well i'm mad as hell i ain't going to take it no more ♪ ♪ my bag is packed up at the back of your door ♪ ♪ 'cause i don't know who i am no more you won the battle but you lost the war ♪ ♪ i've been in denial now i'm living the tru ♪ ♪ been down for awhile now i'm standing up to you ♪ ♪ oh this time this time i'm going to do it my way this time i'm fining out the hard way ♪ ♪ this time i'm going to go back to the girl i was on the night you found me ♪ ♪ no more closing back the real me ♪ ♪ just wait in a minute you'll see this time this time my time ♪ ♪ don't try to stop me with the words you say
'cause i'm sick and tired of the games you play ♪ ♪ i'm going to free myself going to make a change ♪ ♪ and like a butterfly i'm going to spread my wings ♪ ♪ been crying for too long now i'm drying my eyes ♪ ♪ grounded for so long now it's time for me to fly ♪ ♪ this time this time i'm going to do it my way ♪
santa rosa police are investigating a robbery at an armored car company warehouse. police received the call before 11 last night. police investigating that robbery. let's check in with mike and see how your weather is looking. >> still cloudy out there. most of the clouds are around the bay, back to the coast by noon. pockets of sun. 60s along the coast. upper 60s to mid 70s around the bay. low to mid 80s north bay and east bay valleys. temperatures cooler monday, tuesday. >> we are going to a new problem spot westbound 237 approaching north 1st, accident lane number two. train number 5 remains 15 mis