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good morning, america. breaking overnight, after the nightmare. the three cleveland women captured and held for years, revealed and speaking for the first time. >> i'm getting stronger each day. >> i am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face. >> what they want everyone to know right now. abc news has learned that the pilots in the cockpit of flight 214 have now been interviewed by investigators as brand-new video shows dozens scrambling down the emergency chutes. and we learn of another 777 incident overnight. developing storm. tropical storm chantal moving fast through the caribbean. it could make a beeline for the florida coast and the southeast. sam is on the storm watch. oh. and the new twist on pitching
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that has everyone in the stadium glued to the infield. is this the most incredible first pitch ever? okay, major leaguers. how do you like that? that was an incredible first pitch. >> that's unbelievable. >> we'll show more of that later. but, of course to the news and we're going to have the latest on that new bombshell testimony in the zimmerman trial. trayvon martin's father tracy on the stand. and videotape of the three young women held captive in cleveland for a decade. you see them there right now. there they are right now, and there they are the last pictures we saw of them ten years ago before they were captured. abc's alex perez has the dramatic and emotional story. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is the first time we are directly hearing from the three young women. they say they were so overcome
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with emotion by the outpouring of support from around the world, they had to say something. >> i want everyone to know how happy i am to be home with my family and my friends. it's been unbelievable. >> reporter: for the first time this morning, we are seeing and hearing from the three young women who lived a nightmare. >> i want to thank everyone who has helped me and my family, through this entire ordeal, everyone who has been there to support us, it's been a blessing to have such an outpouring of love and kindness. >> reporter: in a video statement, amanda berry, gina dejesus, and michelle knight, appear happy, often smiling and expressing gratitude to the countless people who have offered help and donated money to their recovery. >> thank you for the support. >> reporter: the young women never mention ariel castro, the man accused of kidnapping, beating and holding them hostage inside this cleveland house for a decade. but they say two months since they escaped, they are slowly returning to a normal life.
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>> i may have been through hell and back, but i am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face and with my head held high and my feet firmly on the ground. walking hand-in-hand with my best friend, i will not let the situation define who i am. i will define the situation. i don't want to be consumed by hatred. >> reporter: one of the most touching moments comes from michelle knight. she was reportedly so severely beaten by her captor, she needed facial reconstructive surgery. now, through a gleaming smile, she talks about their strength and resolve after surviving the unthinkable. >> be positive. learn that it's important to give than to receive. thank you for all your prayers. i'm looking forward to my brand-new life. thank you.
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>> reporter: and that special fund that was created for the girls after they were found, it's called the courage fund. well, it's grown to more than a million dollars in donations made by more than 9,000 people. george. >> courage is an understatement. they are some powerful women. >> oh, boy. and it just warms your heart to know they're doing as well as they are. all right, thanks. now, to the breaking new details on the deadly plane crash in california. we're seeing brand-new images this morning of the moments after flight 214 slammed into the runway. the heroic efforts by all on board to get everyone off the plane. abc anchor david muir has been leading our coverage from san francisco and joins us again this morning. good morning, david. >> reporter: robin, good morning, again, from san francisco. and those images, really telling, showing the passengers racing to get off that jet. you can still see the wreckage right over my shoulder here just across the bay at the runway at the airport. we've also learned that the ntsb sat down with federal
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investigators and sitting down with the pilots including the pilot in training. they will do so again today. and among the questions they'll be asking them is why in the cockpit, they shut down computers and autopilot, 82 seconds before that crash landing. abc news has learned that overnight the ntsb had its first meeting with the pilots of flight 214, including that pilot in training, his first time trying to land a boeing 777 in san francisco. that word comes just as new images emerge, revealing the passengers and their frantic efforts to get out of the jet alive. you can see the chutes deploy and immediately the passengers racing down them. >> oh, my god. that's scary. >> they're running out. >> reporter: the fire then breaking out in the front of the plane, and this morning we now know that that fire started with passengers still trapped in the back. one-on-one with the first firefighters on the scene, they told me how they climbed up the chute into the smoke-filled cabin and toward the back they find mangled seats and the passengers unable to get out. could you see the fear in their faces?
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>> i think it was more shock that i saw. eyes wide open just and people looking like they needed assistance. >> reporter: and this morning we are learning more about the other discovery. those two bodies, two teenage girls from china. one found on each side of the plane. the fire chief telling me a member of her team discovering that it looked as though one of the teenagers had been hit by a rescue truck. overnight, the teenagers' families from china, touching down in san francisco. now waiting for word from the coroner here. the girls seen in this image, forming a heart with their arms. and amid the heartbreak, one more story of true courage emerging, the flight attendants. one of them here seen carrying a child on her back. right there in the end, cabin manager, lee yoon-hye trying to put the fires out herself. saying crew members had to use axes to cut through chutes that had inflated inside the cabin. one of her colleagues, choking under the weight of the slide. helping the injured, she then realized she too had been hurt, breaking her tailbone. in front of the cameras in pain, and back in her uniform -- [ speaking a foreign language ]
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>> reporter: -- she said her mind was clear from the moment of the crash thinking to her, "i need to put out that fire." that flight attendant among so many who did not give up until passengers were off. we also learned of another scare involving the boeing 777 also headed here to san francisco airport. this one coming from tokyo, but it actually landed back in tokyo four hours after it took off. pilots were concerned about a warning about the hydraulic fluid, the system going down, certainly not the same situation, but jittery nonetheless given the same kind of skwaet. >> david, thanks very much. more from aviation consult stants stephen ganyard. we now know the plane was going in very slowly. your theory on why? >> 82 seconds, george, we know from yesterday that crew had the computer flying both the airplane and engines. at 82 seconds they turned off the computers and were manually flying the airplane so it was almost as if you're driving down the road, going to an exit.
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and you take your foot off the accelerator. you're going to continue to steer and you forgot to put your foot on the accelerator. it wasn't until seven seconds later when the plane was almost at stall speed that they realized we need to power up. we're about to stall. >> controlling the engines was still on automatic. what's amazing here it was happening even though there were four pilots on board. >> four pilots onboard. they had a check captain, one of the most senior guys in the whole company, a very experienced pilot. he was there to keep an eye making sure all things were being conducted safely. >> how is this going to change training? >> at least with asiana, they have to go back and look at the corporate culture. to make sure they're adhering to standards. and i think globally i think all air men are going to have to make sure their adherence to procedures and the way things ought to be done is clear. >> can't just rely on the machines. okay, stephen, thanks very much. >> okay, george. now, to the latest on that deadly train accident that devastated a small town in canada. the death toll is rising. and dozens are still missing. yet, this morning, we're
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learning one amazing survivor story. abc's gio benitez has that story for us. >> reporter: this morning, even as investigators look for remains of the nearly 50 people missing, they are also focusing on what caused that runaway train to burst into flames. the lead investigator now says the type of tanker, which is also common in the u.s., is known to puncture. the monstrous blaze that destroyed much of downtown here began just after the parked train rolled down a hill early saturday morning, landing just feet away from this packed bar, the musi cafe, the musical heart of this small town. >> we see only a big wall of fire and just tried to escape after that. >> reporter: bernard tobert says he escaped only because he went outside for a cigarette. >> it's the first time that smoking a cigarette gives you life. >> reporter: look at this image of the area before the blast. now, look at it today.
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the block unrecognizable. what happened to the other people in that bar? >> i think they -- they don't have time -- many people don't have time to escape. >> reporter: luc dion had just also stepped outside, and you were running? >> yes. fire behind me. yeah. >> reporter: this morning, he says there's no way the friends he left in that bar could have survived. and you know your friends -- >> yes. >> reporter: -- died? >> oh, certainly, eight. yes. >> reporter: this morning so many calling this the train from hell. investigators right now are trying to identify the bodies. but, robin, they can only rely on dna. >> my goodness. all right. thanks very much. >> so much devastation there. we're going to get the latest now on nsa leaker, edward snowden, under pressure from the u.s., he may finally be ready to move out of that no-man's land
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in the moscow airport. but the limbo has not stopped him from speaking out. more of his interview with "the guardian" has now been released. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross is tracking his every move. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, george. it appears this could be the week that 30-year-old snowden makes his move out of the moscow airport with diplomats in venezuela and russia saying they've received his request for asylum. and it's up to him to choose a flight plan. this morning, snowden remains holed up somewhere in or near the moscow airport out of sight but still a high-profile problem for the u.s. now, "the guardian" newspaper has made public another part of the interview with the one-time nsa contract employee who accurately predicted just how his revelations of america's surveillance programs would be received by the united states. >> they're going to say i committed grave crimes. i've, you know, violated the espionage act. they're going to say i've aided our enemies in making them aware of these systems. >> reporter: and that is exactly
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the case the u.s. has been making, with the latest salvo coming monday from the white house, again warning other countries that there will be serious repercussions for any nation that helps snowden. and find asylum. >> he's been charged with a felony or felonies. and as such, he should not be allowed to proceed in any further international travel, other than travel that would result in him returning to the united states. >> reporter: the u.s. says snowden has seriously hurt efforts to fight terrorism by revealing the methods used to listen in on and track terrorists. snowden says he did not start out opposing the programs when he first went to wk u.s. intelligence community. >> i don't want to live in a world where everything that i say, everything i do, everyone i talk to, every expression of creativity or love or friendship is recorded. >> reporter: snowden's most likely path out of russia to venezuela will be the
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five-time-a-week flight out of moscow to cuba then on to caracas. that flight left about an hour ago. and he was not on it, according to the personnel staking him out. >> even if that flight, if he eventually gets on one, it will go over u.s. air space. >> it does. and president obama says he will not scramble jets to go after the hacker. but, still, there are things the u.s. could do, and that will be a very high end drama when he does get on that flight, if he makes it. yes, indeed. >> brian, thanks very much. to amy robach in for josh, with the rest of the morning's top stories. hello. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with a big headline about the war in afghanistan. president obama is considering withdrawing all u.s. troops from there by the end of next year and that would be a change from the current plan to have a thousand stay behind and be advisers. in recent weeks, the white house has become increasingly frustrated with afghan president hamid karzai. also, overnight, a stunning revelation about the hunt for osama bin laden. he was reportedly inside a car, pulled over for speeding in pakistan, not long after 9/11. but the police officer
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apparently didn't recognize him because bin laden was clean shaven. a leaked report from the pakistani government reveals that bin laden wore a cowboy hat in his garden to avoid being spotted by drones. well, the white house is refusing to cut off aid to egypt despite the deepening crisis in that country. soldiers shot dozens of protesters monday. egypt's interim leader has called for new elections within six months. and closer to home, look at this severe storm dumping record rain on the city of toronto in the middle of the evening rush stranding thousands of commuters, opening up huge sinkholes and forcing the subway to close. the water, so high, it flood the this train. firefighters had to use inflatable boats to rescue hundreds of people on board. and country singer randy travis is in the hospital in critical condition at this hour. the 54-year-old is suffering from an enlarged heart, brought on by a virus. friends say travis thought he had a bad cold until things took a turn for the worse on sunday.
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well wishes are streaming in from across the country. and we send ours his way, as well. and finally, another reason to celebrate, the return of the twinkie. hostess says the snack cakes will have a shelf life of 45 days when they hit the stores this month as opposed to the meager 26 day shelf life they had under previous owners. no official word yet on what they're actually doing to make those cakes last so much longer. the company says, you know what, that's proprietary information. i say, ignorance is bliss. >> we have a question. >> i have a follow-up. >> do you? >> i do. is the 45 days a good thing? >> that's what we were implying. that more twinkies for everyone. >> i guess. i guess. >> just as fresh the first day. >> as the 45th day. >> just as fresh. >> day 45 tastes like day one. that should be the new slogan. >> thank you. >> lara right now. who says there are no second acts in american lives? politicians are proving f. scott fitzgerald wrong all the time.
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the latest one, eliot spitzer, after getting caught with prostitutes five years ago the former governor resigned, but now he's running for office again, control of new york city. abc's claire shipman has the story. >> reporter: a new political lesson for eliot spitzer, infamy might work to his advantage. it certainly brought the former new york governor crowds he could not have imagined before his prostitution scandal cost him his job in 2008. >> people do get second chances. voters will make that determination. >> reporter: a long, long way from this day. >> i am deeply sorry that i did not live up to what was expected of me. i am resigning from the office of governor. >> reporter: maybe he was feeling left out after watching formerly disgraced congressman -- >> i did not send that tweet. >> reporter: -- now extremely serious new york mayoral candidate, anthony weiner, not only jump in the race but hit a three-way tie in the polls. >> i know i've got a lot of work to do to reearn the trust of not only the voters but my colleagues.
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>> reporter: and starring a soap opera love story featuring soap opera star rosario and carolina governor mark sanford. >> the bottom line is, i've been unfaithful to my wife. >> reporter: voters didn't care. they recast him as a member of congress with the other woman, now his fiancee, proudly at his side. >> i just want to acknowledge a god not just of second chances, but third, fourth, sixth, seventh, eighth chances. >> reporter: it's becoming a time-honored ritual. think, of course, former president bill clinton among others. >> thank you very much. >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman, miss lewinsky. >> indeed, i did have a relationship with miss lewinsky that was not appropriate. in fact, it was wrong. >> reporter: why are repenting bad boys so appealing? they can seem more human as long as the scandal is limited. >> a personal failing versus a public, professional failing, someone being caught with their hand in the till different than their hand someplace it shouldn't be outside of marriage.
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>> reporter: now, we don't want to suggest that a sex scandal is a good political strategy. and, by the way, silda spitzer who was at her husband's side five years ago when he resigned, so far a notable no-show. not clear if she'll be involved at all. >> she was not campaigning yesterday. >> oh, boy. no follow-ups on that. >> did someone say it's time for the weather? >> i know, yes. >> chantal? >> yes, chantal and interesting, yesterday we didn't think the storm was ever going to amount much more than just a low-level tropical storm. now, there may be some interest on this for the east coast. so let's keep up with this, shall we? this is what's going on with the idea of chantal. the hurricane center has it crossing barbados and moves to the south of puerto rico. hooks over the island of hispaniola. if it makes it past here, they believe it may be in an area conducive to strengthening in the coast of florida and the bahamas and in that southeast corner of
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the u.s., the zone we don't want to see it and the zone we have to watch carefully for. we're in agreement on the spaghetti models until the islands. at that point we need to watch carefully for what's left of the storm and how it strengthens, so baby-sitting this storm for the next foreseeable future until saturday or sunday at least. here's where the strong storms will roll today, minneapolis, chicago, kansas city, goodland, all in line for power storms today. 2 inches of rain. behind that drier air.
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good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco with your bay area microclimate forecast. fog won't hang around past 10:00. we have sunshine in our warmest afternoon right in front of us. high clouds, a little cooler tomorrow, and once the cooling trend ends friday, warmer weather for the weekend. today at the coast, 63. san francisco, 67. a lot of mid-70s to low 80s around the bay shore and into the north bay. mid-80s in the south bay. mid-90s into the east bay >> so now chantal is a storm to watch, so we'll watch it. >> we will do it, sam. thank you. coming up, the latest in the high-stakes trial of george zimmerman. and the new testimony from trayvon martin's father on the stand yesterday. also ahead, caught on tape. video of the woman who wanted to take out a hit on her husband and the shocking reason she wanted to do it. and why george clooney is flying solo after two years with stacy keibler. and you heard about it. the fast diet. we'll go deep inside and find
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the crash debris and reopen the fourth runway at sfo within a week if possible. the families of the two teenage girls killed in the crash are in the bay area this morning expected to go to the coroner's office to identify their daughters today and meet with the ceo of asiana airlines. let's check on the traffic with leyla gulen. >> as soon as we saw this, we reported it. it's now a sigalert. northbound along 280, geneva avenue, a five-car pileup with possibly two vehicles overturned. heavy backups out of daly city into outer mission. down the peninsula, heading into palo alto you'll be met with this heavy backup northbound 101, a crash at san antonio road has lanes blocked also causing southbound slowing as well. eric? >> leyla, thank you very much.
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good morning. temperatures, whether or not, will be warmer today by 1 to 6 degrees. i know you're seeing a lot of fog back there, half-mile visibility at santee. this won't last past 10:00.
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my world has just been turned upside-down. >> trayvon martin's father in court yesterday, said his whole world turned upside-down when he found out his son had been killed. and also said he heard him saying help in the final moments. >> dan abrams will be joining us with that. also, the shocking video of a woman who wanted to hire a hitman to take out her husband. and the stunning reason she wanted to do it. you've got to hear this. this was shocking for many people. george clooney, now the most eligible one again. superstar and stacy keibler going their separate ways. why they reportedly split. we'll get into it. >> but remaining good friends, we hear. >> both bouncing back.
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let's get to the latest on the trial of george zimmerman. gripping and emotional testimony on monday. the defense arguing that something he says bolsters the case for zimmerman's innocence. abc's matt gutman has that story. >> reporter: for the first time, trayvon martin's grieving father on the stand. >> our world has just been turned upside-down. tracy martin telling jurors that these pleas for help. >> do you think he's yelling help? >> reporter: heard in the background of this 911 call, were his son screaming. >> i was listening to my son's last cry for help. i was listening to his life being taken. >> reporter: prosecutors never called martin to the stand. but on monday, the attorneys defending george zimmerman did, suggesting martin had changed his story to help the state's case. after initially telling police the voice he heard was not trayvon's. >> i never said, no, that wasn't my son's voice. i kind of shook my head and
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said, i can't tell. >> reporter: moments earlier, lead police investigator chris s serino, said he gave a different answer. >> he looked away. and under his breath, as i interpreted, said no. >> reporter: just who was crying for help has become the focus of much of the trial. the prosecutors believe the pleas for help came from 17-year-old martin. but zimmerman's lawyers brought a parade of friends on the stand saying the voice belonged to him. >> it was georgey. >> the voice, obviously changes. i've heard a 250-pound man, i mean, sound like a little girl. >> reporter: zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder, claiming martin attacked him and he shot in self-defense, after those screams for help for ignored. adam pollack, the man who trained zimmerman in kick boxing, told jurors he was not a fighter. >> he didn't know how to
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effectively punch. he was predominantly fat. not a lot of muscle. >> reporter: but legal analysts say that's not justification for zimmerman pulling the trigger. >> he did testify that george zimmerman was a cream puff. but the cream puff had a gun. >> reporter: this morning, we expect the focus to shift from those phone calls to forensics. a noted pathologist is going to be put on the stand. the defense has put 12 witnesses on the stand so far. they're flying through it. it is possible they could wrap up their case as early as today. the jury could get this case as early as the end of the week. robin? >> we'll see what happens. matt, thank you. we're going to bring in abc's chief legal affairs anchor, dan abrams. a lot of attention, a lot of emphasis on the 911 call. tracy martin, trayvon's father, so emotional. how is this playing to the jury? >> the defense is calls witness after witness to say it was george zimmerman. even if this jury isn't sure, that's a win for the defense.
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that's reasonable doubt. so, i think that's all the defense is really trying to do here. calling tracy martin was a risky move. there's two police officers testified that the first time tracy martin heard that type, he did not think it was his son, tr trayvon. we have the police officers' testimony. they wanted to call tracy martin. in conjunction with getting an effort to undermine tracy martin, you get the very emotional, powerful side of tracy martin, the dad, testifying in effect on behalf of trayvon. >> and today, we heard him answer for it. and things continue, with a forensic expert. what do you think we're going to hear today? >> i think we're going to hear about george zimmerman's injuries and the gunshot wounds. the defense trying to show this is defensive. the defense wants to re-create, create a 3d recreation on how this could have happened. the judge hasn't ruled on how much of that she's going to let
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in. but that's how i think the defense wants to wrap all this up. they want to say, this is how we believe it could have occurred. >> matt said moving along quickly here. all along, you have been -- you have said, this is a tough case for the prosecution. >> yeah. >> and you still feel that way? >> yeah. after the prosecution's case, i believe it's hard to imagine, how based on the evidence, that the jurors have seen, they can convict as a legal matter on manslaughter or second-degree murder. but juries are impossible to predict. they make the decisions. and they sometimes choose to go their own way. there's others who say they wouldn't be ignoring the law. >> the jurors have heard every, single moment of testimony. >> that's right. >> we'll see what happens this week. >> all right. now, to the bizarre story about a woman caught on camera soliciting a hitman to kill her husband. you see her right there. she said killing him, get this, would be easier than divorcing
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him. and here's another twist. he's fighting to keep her out of prison. abc's john muller has the details. >> he's going to die. you understand that? >> makes me sad. >> reporter: this jaw-dropping video reveals a 21-year-old wife planning a hit on her husband. >> unless you can do it without breaking his back. >> reporter: julia merfeld met with a man she thought was a hitman for hire. >> so, you don't want it done in the house, then? >> it would be messy in the house. >> reporter: providing maps, and a sketch of her home, julia asked the hitman to make the hit look like a robbery. the hitman was an undercover cop. >> she had approached a co-worker about this idea. and that co-worker felt it serious enough and contacted law enforcement. >> reporter: it's why julia wanted to kill her husband that's most shocking of all. >> it's not that we were getting along. but it was easier than -- as
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terrible as it sounds, it was easier than divorcing him. i didn't have to worry about the judgment of my family. i didn't have to worry about breaking his heart. >> it was too embarrassing for her to be divorced. the new motive was probably greed, for the money. >> reporter: the money she was allegedly after, her husband's life insurance plan, worth $400,000. she used 50,000 of it to pay her hitman, which she planned to play in $9,000 installments. >> you watch both encounters. the first encounter and the second encounter. she's calm. she laughs quite a bit. chuckles, really, at some of the things, whether there's an open casket or closed casket. >> you want an open casket? >> i don't want an open casket. >> reporter: after that two meetings, julia was arrested and charged with a felony for soliciting murder. she pled guilty. >> she had every opportunity to call it off. >> reporter: now, this mother of two faces six years or more in prison, all because she didn't want a divorce. but her husband, the victim,
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says he doesn't want her to go to jail at all. for "good morning america," john muller, abc news, new york. >> that's one forgiving husband. >> yeah. >> i like the payment plan. installment situation. what do you have for us? >> we've been talking about how waterspouts have been developing all over the coast. we've been in this a stormy pattern. one developed yesterday around tampa bay. that's a waterspout. they rarely come onshore. when they do, they don't make that much damage. this one came onshore, north tampa bay. did some damage, as well. took down some trees and power lines. look how well-formed that is. that's the pattern we're in. it's likely because of this area of high pressure that we'll pump up the afternoon storms all over the east coast. the other thing this will do, if chantal makes it into the southeastern corner, that's the high pressure that wants to push
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whatever chantal is toward the coast of florida or in the south carolina or carolina area. here's where the big heat is. six states that have heat advisories out. stay up wit good morning. our warmest afternoon this week is upon us. our warmest temperatures inland, mid-90s, mid-80s around the bay and mid-60s at the coast pap cooling trend begins tomorrow with our coolest d >> all that weather was brought to you by invisiline. and another hot day on the west coast. warning research about your dishwasher. and george clooney. he's the world's sexiest man. major superstar. and now, single. why he and his girlfriend, stacy keibler, have called it quits. come on back. [ female announcer ] it's a taste so bold, yet so smooth
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welcome back. it's 7:43. and now, we have the reports on one of the world's most eligible bachelors back on the market. george clooney and stacy keibler have reportedly split after two years together. abc's tai hernandez has our story. >> reporter: after two years of romance. >> clooney and keebler calling it quits. >> reporter: they have parted ways. over the years, the glamorous
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power-couple was a frequent favorite on the red carpet. >> i love the sandwich we're making here. >> i have no problem with this season sandwich at all. >> reporter: but the 52-year-old is once again back on the market. the pair reportedly ended their relationship on good terms weeks ago. and still talk regularly. so, what pulled these two apart? >> stacy wants a family and children someday. and she knows where george stands on that. >> reporter: rumors of a split were heard july 4th, when clooney was watching fireworks in italy. while this photo, posted to instagram shows stacy keibler with a mystery man in malibu. the last photographed together in march. clooney's been a busy bachelor over the years. in 1984, he married talia ballsam but divorced after three years. and has not been back to the altar since.
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>> you know you're never going to get married again? >> yes. >> why? >> because i wasn't very good at it. >> he has this pattern when he gets in relationships and, you know, after a year, or a year and a half, it's over. >> reporter: recent love interests include elisabetha. before that, he was linked to sara larsen for one year. but for now, we'll be waiting to see if any woman can take this eligible bachelor off the market. for "good morning america," tai hernandez, abc news, new york. >> i was going to say, that's one handsome man. >> he's very consistent about not wanting to get married. >> yeah. >> you know what you're getting into when you date george clooney. >> two years. >> two years. all right, everybody. the breakout country star going viral right now. why he's burning up the web. and "the play of the day."
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right then. here's "the play of the day." >> we know there's been a lot of impressive first pitches. no pressure. remember this one from cirque du soleil, a performer a couple of years ago. he was pretty athletic. >> oh. >> that's fair to say. that was pretty impressive. we may have found a first pitch that actually takes the cake. this is a pitch from rhythmic gymnast shin soo-ji. at a baseball game in south korea last weekend. the clip has gone viral. in four days, it's been viewed -- >> oh, my. >> a million people. and it's more impressive. >> her foot never leaves the
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still ahead on "gma," we're celebrating america. my favorite food in the country today. stay with us.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. this morning ntsb chairwoman deborah hersman tells abc7 news officials hope to remove wreckage from sfo in the coming weeks. until then, one of the four runways remains closed. travels are warned to continue to expect delays and canceled flights. some passengers who were originally supposed to debart over the weekend are still unable to get a flight out. a number of flights diverted to oakland over the weekend. let's look at weather out there. it's foggy, mike. >> still have the fog around
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sfo, delays nearly two hours and 40 minutes. mid-70s to low 80s around the bay and into the north bay. mid-80s in the south bay and mid-90s in the east bay valleys. today the warmest day in your accuweather seven-day forecast. leyla? we have a sigalert that just canceled, driving into outer mission northbound along 280 at geneva avenue, involving five vehicles, two which overturned. it looks like all lanes are reopened but we are seeing
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[ cheers and applause ] little picnic out there in times square this morning. great to have everyone here. we have a little picnic spirit inside, as well, this morning. >> yes. >> this is lara's favorite summer treat. >> don't you -- don't you -- >> can we have a little hint? >> oh. >> wait. >> one more. ♪ that's all i can tell you. >> your favorite food is inside there. >> indeed. and it's delightful. so, please stay tuned. you will want to hear all about it. >> it's part of a month-long celebration, what's great in america. and we cannot wait to find out.
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>> i hope you enjoy it. we have -- yeah. >> you're welcome. >> very good. >> very delicious. >> it will be worth the wait. i promise you. meantime, we have a drugstore spot for your high-end makeup. we're going to show you how to look your very best. and at rock-bottom prices. and inside the fast diet. folks on twitter say this has been working for them. they heard about it first on "gma." we're going to talk to the man behind the hottest plan to drop weight. he's live with us this morning. what can you eat on the fast diet? we'll find out. first, we'll get some news. amy robach in for josh today. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with that moving video overnight. the three, young women held captive inside a cleveland house of horrors for a decade are now speaking publicly for the first time since their escape. amanda berry, gina dejesus, and
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initi michelle knight, thanked their supporters, showing tremendous resilience. >> i have been to hell and back. but i'm strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face. >> michelle knight did not mention her alleged captor, ariel castro, who allegedly beat her so badly, she needed facial reconstructive surgery. they're eager to begin their new lives. federal investigators have questioned the pilots of asiana flight 214. we see the passengers scrambling down emergency chutes after saturday's crash. investigators are trying to figure out why that plane came in for a landing so slowly. just this morning, the parents of the two chinese girls killed in the cash arrived in san francisco. an investigation is under way as to whether one of the girls was actually run over by a rescue truck. meantime, another boeing 777 had a problem overnight. a japan airlines flight from
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tokyo to san francisco, actually had to turn around because of a hydraulics problem. and new questions about the safety of a common household appliance we all love and need, the dishwasher. a new study found yours could be a breeded ground for potentially harmful fungus. this one is for you, robin. researchers found 62% of dishwashers tested positive for a fungus that could cause lung and skin infections. yuck. the rubber seal, you know it's gross. that's the trouble spot. bring out the bleach. going above and beyond to make sure she says yes. a california woman was enjoying a scenic helicopter ride with her boyfriend. but she didn't know, he had a surprise up his sleeve after they flew over pasadena. she got a bird's-eye view. in the middle of the world-famous rose bowl.
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jen, will you marry me? you know what i think with the impressive proposals? where does it go from there? >> come on, amy. >> i'm serious. the bar's here. maybe i'm just jealous. >> he didn't do it in front of 100,000 people. >> i think he did it in front of a couple million people. >> a true romantic. have a little "pop news." >> "pop news" time. we begin with rocker john jn bon jovi. he went to his hometown in new jersey, and presented a check for $1 million to go towards superstorm sandy recovery. he thanked the unsung heroes who have volunteered and given so much time and effort, for the cleanup after the storm. he reminisced about playing at his street block parties. and thinking back then how he had really made it big.
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>> he never forgets where he came from. >> a way to go home. >> there's a lot more needed in the cleanup of the areas that were hit by sandy. people need not to forget that. >> that's what he's saying, as well. john bn bon jovi. if you need inspiration to get in shape this summer, why not pick up "espn" the magazine. there's something for everyone. some of the great athletes -- >> that's gary player. >> some of the greatest athletes of our time, showing off their gifts. kenneth faried of the denver nuggets. >> oh. >> snowboarding champ, elena height. it was cold out. >> one of the reason the mets have so many fans, pitcher matt harvey. and gary player, who may be used to getting out of the rough. but can he do it in the buff? >> he looks good. >> 77 years old. >> 77 years young.
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>> that's called the body issue. >> the body issue, always one of the most popular. thank you, espn, for giving us another look. >> have all of the athletes at the espys next year. i'm more vited about that than them getting the award. >> the body issue. >> i'm not kidding. >> we're doing a "gma" the body issue. >> no. let's move on, shall we? instead of that, let's eat. this might be the most perfect snack ever for "pop news." popcorn, but infused with wine. pino noir, or on kettle corn. they're made by populance here in new york city. you slow down there. infused with wine from new zealand. no need to be over 21 to enjoy the snack. it's cooked at 325 degrees, which burns off the alcohol. >> what's the point?
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>> i love it. it's lemon. >> lemon? >> you have to swirl it around your mouth a little bit. >> there's an after-taste. >> cheers, everybody. that's "pop news." sam? >> when i saw you pull out the wine bottles, i'm like, i'm staying in for "pop news." >> these old things? i'll be removing this from the set. i don't want everybody to be left out. can we show the crowd shot? we're coming out momentarily. everybody starts off times square to kick off their summer, to hang out. if you want to hang out with us, for fun, we invite you to come out. we're coming out. but there was wine in the popcorn and i had to stay in. let's get to the boards. one or two things come going on. pictures out of barbados, as we watch chantal moving across the island right now. we believe this thing will pick up a little bit of strength with the winds.
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maybe a 75-mile-per-hour wind by the time it's moving across hispaniola. what happens wednesday into thursday. does it fall apart completely? does it move toward the southeastern coast of the u.s.? we have to watch this thing carefully. so, we hope you will stay with us and your local abc stations. look at the cooling trend coming into the northwest. even sacramento, even reno will pick up cooler temperatures. maybe it will take day two. maybe it's wednesday to thursday before you get it. so does l.a., as well. it's cooler, drier air. and you deserve a break in that area. you'll get one. good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco with your bay area microclimate forecast. fog won't hang around past 10:00. we have sunshine in our warmest afternoon right in front of us. high clouds, a little cooler tomorrow, and once the cooling trend ends friday, warmer weather for the weekend. today at the coast, 63. san francisco, 67. a lot of mid-70s to low 80s around the bay shore and into the north bay. mid-80s in the south bay.
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mid-90s into the east ba >> all that -- when you said there's no alcohol in the popcorn. >> did i say that? here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." meet the divorce fixer. the fairy godmother for women. how she works her magic. and designer makeup at drugstore prices. how to get the same look that the celebs do for pennies on the dollar. are wedding bells about to ring for pippa middleton? could it be? we'll have details. all that and a performance by ciara. i did not know that. i'm so excited. all coming up on "good morning america." years ago, my doctor told me
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divorce fairly godmother. the company being heralded as a divorcee's greatest asset. meet nicole knewman, a.k.a., the divorce fixer. >> women will be at a point in their lives, where it seems hopeless. they have nowhere to turn. >> reporter: the 34-year-old, is a former matrimonial attorney turned divorce financier. the company where she works provides loans to help pay for living expenses and to fund a good divorce lawyer. >> my ex-husband controlled all of the marital finances. >> reporter: this woman says she got a loan through noonan's company. she asked us not to reveal her identity because she's going through a divorce. >> it wasn't until we started going through the divorce proceedings and the bills started adding up. >> reporter: she's among the dozens of clients that noonan says the firm where she works has taken on. people who are considered
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asset-rich but cash poor. >> they have assets, but they come into them in the future. we want to bridge that gap and get some capital and money now. >> reporter: the typical loan is about $250,000. the firm charges between 12% and 20% interest. >> we get out of the sale of property. we get paid out of a split in the i.r.a. >> reporter: while some critics say it drags out the process and could cost the client even more money. but regina calls it genius. >> if you have filed a petition and you need to start paying rent, and finance your living expen expenses, you have to find a treasure chest somewhere. people will settle because they don't have the money to fight. >> reporter: that, the divorce fixer says, is where she comes in. >> we level the playing field for our clients. >> reporter: how so? >> we give them the ability to go into court.
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not getting less than what they deserve. >> reporter: the company has an array of clients. not just millionaires. but they say the majority of their clients are also women. >> thanks. let's get to dan abrams for more on this. good idea? >> well, look. it's a -- an interesting, novel business. as a business from a lawyer's perspective, it's a great business. she's only going to take the cases where she can make money. i'm going to take a percentage of that settlement. the notions that a lot of people next door is hard to believe. i have to believe that the only way for the lawyer to make a lot of money is in cases where, in theory, the husband has a lot of money to take. >> or something on the interest in the meantime, while they're waiting. what are the pitfalls? >> first of all, i want to make sure this doesn't lead to more people fighting it out. the ultimate goal should be a settlement and to get it done
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with. and my concern is, you have people with the loans out there who are going to want to fight it out and fight it out because they've got money at stake now. >> it can't good for anyone. >> that's right. >> mediation is the best, cheapest way to go. >> and divorces are so personal. you forget about that. this is looking at it from a business perspective. when i say it's a business, it's a good idea. but on a personal level, there's some real dangers here. but the women have to make sure that they knew what the fees are. what's the amount we're talking about? there's going to be more people who start doing this. so, shop around. >> people who are going to take advantage of that. >> you have to be careful in this kind of business. >> you don't want to end up in debt. >> right. that's the very reason you're going for it. >> they say they won't take anything if you don't get a settlement. >> and an emotional cost. >> that's the real thing. >> all right, dan. thanks so much. also sizzling on the "gma heat index," the drug-store versions of high designer makeup.
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can they help you look your best? becky worley has everything you need to know. >> reporter: designer cosmetics cost a fortune. when i came across beauty blogs that said they found drugstore alternatives, you know i had to try them for myself. we start with a complexion enhancer. this one from benefit, cost $26. this one at target for $12. >> lift up your cheekbone a little pit. >> reporter: let me look. request not tell a difference. >> reporter: next, matte satin taupe eye shadows. >> this is the mac one. >> sparkling. >> reporter: now, the l'oreal. >> that's so cool. i really like this one. >> reporter: l'oreal, mac. i can't tell that much of a
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difference. >> reporter: now, a blush from nars. and the exact name of the shade. i don't think i can say that on national tv. and it cost $29. the knockoff is called milani and cost us just $7. >> this is gorgeous. beautiful color. okay. now, we're going to try the milani. i have to add a lot more. >> reporter: but 29 bucks for a blush, versus $7? i don't see that big of a difference. finally, mac creme denude. $15. >> the other one made by elf. it's called natural nymph. >> reporter: the elf seemed a little chalky. the knockoff loses for me here. one note, why not testing how the makeup wears. this is a looks-only comparison. but the makeup on this side of
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my face cost $33. and on this side, over $90. you decide for yourself. glamming it up on the cheap, for "good morning america," becky worley, abc news, san francisco. >> i'm glad becky put that to the test for us. >> you can save money. >> and sometimes you splurge. burning up on the "heat index," pippa middleton is about to get engaged? reports that she and her boyfriend night be ready. lama hasan has our story. >> reporter: while the world waits for the baby cambridge, younger sister, pep pa, has tongues wagging and is stealing the headlines again from kate. she wowed the crowd and became an instant sensation at the royal wedding. and now, london's most famous it girl may be off the market. and while she spent the last two years fending off the paparazzi,
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now, it seems pippa could care less if she's snapped. pippa is in love. >> he came on the scene a long time ago. but he remains something of a mystery. >> reporter: her boyfriend of eight months, seems to be enamored with her most famous asset. and rumors are swirling the couple is moving in together. >> it's a big step. the one is a big statement to make. she has told her friends that, then that will say lots about how she feels about him. >> reporter: canoodling at wimbledon. they couldn't take their hands off one another. and william and kate's partner in crime, prince harry, has also made a love match. cressida captured harry's heart. he let the world know, she's a keeper, over a skiing holiday this spring. could marry, the world's most eligible bachelor, be walking down the aisle soon? >> i'm waiting to find the right
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person. someone who is willing to take on the job. >> i think despite after it seems they're very much in a relationship, i think it will be a while before we see him get down on one knee. >> reporter: we'll have to watch and wait. right now, the eyes of the world are on this hospital behind me, as we wait for william and kate to emerge from these doors, carrying their little one. there's no reason to break out the confetti and fascinators for harry and cressida just net. but they've been out a lot recently, seems to suggest this is serious. so, watch this. >> when i was in england, that's all everybody was talking about. >> really? >> did you go to wimbledon? >> oh, yeah. >> this just in. i liked this story, by the way. this young man has no record label. all of his credit cards are maxed out. a 23-year-old aspiring country
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singer with about 500,000 hits on youtube. chris connelly has the story. ♪ hitting here drinking my whisky ♪ >> reporter: it's the country-power ballad that doesn't fit the script. it's the $7,000 video that d skyrocketed. "all-american boy." from steve grand has broken new ground, by breaking away from exclusively boy-meets-girl romance. it tells the tale of a same-sex campfire crush, that leads to a plunge and a brief kiss, before a sweet-natured rebuffed and classically country yearning. >> i wrote it from the most purest, genuine place in my sole. it's not about being gay. it's about a longing for someone. >> reporter: yet, when they first learned he was gay, his
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parents sent him to straight therapy, he said. >> i felt like i was a shame to my parents. and i felt there was no way i could make them proud. and i felt like i was a constant disappointment. >> reporter: he'd been into music since boyhood. to pay the bills, he did odd jobs, including modeling. and bet everything he had on all-american boy. >> i funded the song myself. i was so obsessed with telling the story. and it resonated with thousands of people. >> reporter: he posted it online on june 2nd. it went viral almost immediately. those who are praising this all-american boy includes steve's parents. >> i was so moved by my mom. she said, you're touching so many people. >> reporter: chris connelly, abc news, new york. >> there's a success story. >> i'm sure it means more to him than anything. >> yeah. that's awesome.
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we have a lot more coming up. what do we have coming up? by the way, we're going to talk about the fast diet. people have said, on the fasting days, what can you seat? we'll talk to the doctor who created it. jeff daniels is walking around. "the newsroom" will be back. and we're going to have music. ciara, is coming up. >> stay with us. what's in the basket, lara? >> you have to wait.
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. today crash investigators will continue to question the pilots, crew, and air-traffic controllers guiding asiana airlines flight 214 before it crashed. they want to know what happened before the plane slammed onto the runway at sfo. the head of the ntsb told thus morning they hope to clear away the crash debris and reopen the fourth runway at sfo within a week if possible. ntsb investigators are holding a news briefing later today to provide an update. the families of the two girls killed in the asiana crash are in the bay area this morning. security is tight around their burling game hotel, which has been declared a federal zone. they're expected to go to the coroner's office today to identify their daughters and meet with the ceo of asiana airlines. here's leyla gulen.
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>> a multivehicle crash in the east bay along northbound 680 at diablo road into danville. sounds like everybody has been pushed to the shoulder, certainly causing slowing in the southbound direction. into san francisco, at cesar chavez, 101, one lane blocked there. heavy backups away from the 280 extension. when we
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we're back. take a look at the cloud cover still causing delays at sfo. san francisco one debris warmer than yesterday, up to six in san jose. let's look at visibility. we still have fog half-mile at half moon bay, two at napa to 1 1/2 in santa rosa, three in oakland, four in hayward. this is rapidly going to burn away by about 10:00, and when it does, you can see the temperatures jumping in the east bay valleys where don't have enough cloud cover. our destination pretty close to
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average, a little warmer, 67 in san francisco, 75 in oakland, 82 at santa rosa, 86 at san jose ♪ check out those dancers getting ready for ciara, "body party." and she will be performing her hit, "i'm out" coming up. what's going on out here? >> i just cut the grass. and there was confusion about it being slippery. and lara had to find her bobble-head for the fourth. i want to tell you about an amazing documentary, that i produced about my good friend basketball legend pat summitt. nearly two years. it's been two years since she
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announced she had early onset dementia. pat set out to beat that challenge, as she has every other. the espn films "nine for ix", "pat x.o.," is on espn films. >> it's part of who i am. so, last season was, i think very special in a sense. and also very hard in a way because there's so much uncertainty. and the season just took on a whole new purpose, a whole new reason to even play. great to come together with our championship. and for us to give pat one last time to be celebrated for who she is. it was amazing. >> there wasn't a bottle -- at the same time, there was that sadness of the last laugh.
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>> she had the scissors in her hands to cut down the net. that was the unknown. you did not want it to be for anything in the world. but you couldn't help but think, this is her last trip up the ladder. >> you can see all of "pat x.o." tonight on our sister network, espn. we gave cameras to tell their story about pat. it's beautiful how they -- or what they feel and share. >> they're great, robin. >> and emotional, too. thank you, sam. >> you introduced us to pat. thank you for sharing her story throughout the years. and everybody, check this that out. >> tonight at 8:00, espn. i want to share something special in my life. we're celebrating the things we love about america.
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we want to hear from you, as well. this week, we're going to tell you about our favorite treats to eat. all-american style. yesterday, robin showed her shrimp poe boys. and i show you my go-to food. it's long island. and drumroll, please. my favorite food. it means so much to me. it's the pizza i grew up on. but it is not like any other. eddie's pizza. there is nothing like it in the world. take a look. ♪ the cosey dark confines of eddie's in new hyde park, new york, has a little something for everyone. >> it's a great pizza. >> i wouldn't eat here. but i come in. >> reporter: i practically grew up here. >> we knew lara when a she was a little girl. big swimmer.
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she would come in with a bunch of girls. >> reporter: today, the owner joe, and lorraine are still serving up my favorite pizza on the planet. the delicious thin-crusted cheesy goodness known as the bar pie. >> it's a thin crust and personal pie we've been serving since the 1930s. >> reporter: after all these years, they won't let me or you in on the secret. >> that's a trade secrets. >> typical to prepare, until you get to the crust, so crispy. and so delicious. but what exactly makes it so irresistible? these guys will never tell. >> stays at eddie's. >> great to see joe, lorraine, the gang. brings back great memories. my dad used to take me to eddie's after diving meets. and the anti-pasta salad, to die
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for. we didn't go out to long island. they brought their truck. we thank you so much, eddie's. i hope you are enjoying a little slice of heaven, from my own heart. >> i love -- that it is only 70 calories. >> the whole pie. >> it's the thin crust. >> so great. so crispy. just that little bit of sauce. and that great cheese. >> it's crispy. you know what i noticed about yesterday and today, you both have really strong memories about the food and why you love it and what it reminds you of and why it's so great. summ summer memories with food and everything. >> we want you to be part of our month-long celebration of all things america. send us your sizzling, summer hot spots, the places you love to go. all you need to do is go to our
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website, on yahoo! and we will celebrate right there with you. as we inhale -- >> it's really good. i wish i you could send us the food. don't send us the food by mail. we haven't perfected that yet. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on we thought we would share with you. a gorgeous shot of las vegas. the fire is about 30 miles away. you can see it in the distance. and yesterday, a beautiful shot of new hampshire. we had gorgeous shots from maine to new hampshire. beautiful waterside shots that were sent in during the day yesterday and early this morning. look at the rain that's headed toward the eastern seaboard. it's squeezing its way. in 18, 19 days in a row. from chicago, detroit, columbus, atlanta, it's another opportunity to pick up showers today. the good news is, you may break
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out with sunshine before you get the rain in there. good morning. our warmest afternoon this week is upon us. our warmest temperatures inland, mid-90s, mid-80s around the bay and mid-60s at the coast pap cooling trend begins tomorrow with our coolest days thursday and friday before warmer weather this weekend. >> all that weather was brought to you by the university of phoenix. oh, george? i'm here with jeff daniels, also known as will mcavoy. from "the newsroom." >> released the memorandum. >> by we, you mean me. >> he has sixth and fifth amendment protection. >> i don't care that he's dead. i care that we killed him, without a trial. >> you can't switch teams, declare your intention to kill
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as many americans as possible and be treated as an enemy of the state. >> and you can't be an enemy of the state without a cause. >> jeff daniel joins me now. you've become an anchor man. you pulled a peter jennings move. >> you did? >> not ringing the bell. >> that was feltless and still brilliant. >> what are we looking forward to this season? >> it ooh it's a really strong season. drone strikes. and as journalists, we make huge mistakes in reporting a certain story. and it stretches out for the whole season. >> you're starting to see it, the end of last season, the love stories are all picking up. >> yeah. will and mckenzie mchale, we love each other and adore each other and can't stand each other
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at the same time. when you think we're getting back together, i say something wrong. >> and something you said about aaron sorkin. he does flawed characters very well. will mcavoy, very flawed. >> but some characters. >> i remember with "terms of endearment," i cheat on debra winger. >> that's not a good thing to do. >> start with why. i cheated on her. and i got in a cab once. and a guy said, i just saw you on "terms of endearment." i hated you. and even with will mcavoy. get back with mckenzie. >> and you're going to film a sequel to "dumb and dumber." >> yes. i'm afraid that's going to happen. it's been 20 years.
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when we shoot it, i hope it's fall. it will be released next summer. what's crazy is i read the script. it's hysterical. we're middle aged and still that stupid. >> how about a teedz? >> a tease, yeah. the new season of "the newsroom" this sunday night on hbo. take the next tease, will mcavoy. coming up, we reveal the secrets of the fast diet. and the weight loss breakthrough everyone is talking ab
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "gma," with dr. michael moser. the man who came up with the popular fad diet. it lets you limit your calories two days a week. and 1 500 calories for women, and 600 calories for men on those two days. >> absolutely right. >> now, you've come out with a new book, a collection of low-calorie recipes that lets us know what we can eat on those two days to make it simpler. >> talk me through for an idea for day one. >> let's talk about it.
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>> not yet. breakfast. that's where we start. >> it looked good. >>break fast that is low-calorie yogurt. so good for you. low sugar and low foot. add some almonds. that will add about 80 calories. the grams is about 260 calories. >> okay. >> not bad. >> talking about this as a serving. you have to train yourself to me that's your breakfast. this looks like a lot. >> actually, that is about the same. about 264 calories. what do you do with the meatballs to make that -- it smells good. >> it is turkey or pork. you can have lots of vegetables. the tomatoes, nutritional rich. >> you can have as much of that as you want.
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anything, that is clean on the plate. >> absolutely. that's the meal day one. and you can see a grand total of 528 calories. >> not bad at all. another example of a day you could do, that would be your breakfast. >> exactly. the oatmeal full of fiber. loots of good things to reduce your cholesterol. >> when you're thinking of oatmeal, is there a kind? >> i would go for something with lots of fiber in it. fiber keeps you full. >> and after this? >> i had a little -- >> that's fit for summer. >> that is gorgeous. what happens is the lime adds flavor. but it's going to extract the iron from the vegetables. you get better absorption of your vitamins. >> that's an excellent thing. olive oil?
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>> let's -- >> okay. >> 143. >> let's do both of these together? >> this is lynch and dinner. that gives a bit of crunch. this one is salmon. >> that looks fantastic. >> that's 250 calories. >> pick up the book. it's in stores right now. you can find more recipes on our website, on yahoo! we have ciara. thanks to the dak.
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[ cheers and applause ] i know you saw her at the b.e.t. awards. ciara brought down the house with her new song, featuring nicki minaj "i'm out." she's going to perform that hot single live from her new record that goes on sale today. let's get caught up with ciara.
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>> so happy to be here. >> you are in a great place. like a new beginning for you. >> oh, yeah. >> reconnecting with your fans? >> absolutely. i'm so glad about where i am in my life. and the energy that's been flowing throughout has been amazing. >> you deserve it. and you can see the reaction from people, so happy to see you again. >> thank you so much. and you look so great. >> thank you. this old thing? >> i was like, oh, my gosh. you look amazing. you brought it. >> you said michael jackson, he really influenced you. >> absolutely. >> wants to make sure that this generation knows him. >> it's important to me with the gift that god's given me, to share my talents. if i can share what inspired me and my love, i can keep the it open for artists that paved the way. michael means so much. to me he does. >> now, performing "i'm out,"
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the new hit from her just-released album, "ciara," here is ciara. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ladies, it's your song so, as soon as this come on ♪ ♪ you should get out on the floor ♪ ♪ gon' and get your sexy on if you know that you better ♪ ♪ than the new girl that he on go 'head and tell him now ♪ ♪ you gon' miss me when i'm gone ♪ ♪ i just went through a break-up ♪ ♪ ooh, yay, yay, yay but it's okay ♪ ♪ i got my cake up ooh, yay, yay, yay ♪ ♪ do my hair put on some makeup ♪ ♪ ooh, yay, yay, yay tryna see where ♪ ♪ tonight gon' take us ♪ i put some pics up lookin' sexy ♪ ♪ ooh, yay, yay, yay now this wanna text me ♪ ♪ ooh, yay, yay, yay how much you wanna bet me? ♪
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♪ ooh, yay, yay, yay he gon' regret ♪ ♪ the day he left me ooh, yay, yay, yay ♪ ♪ celebratin' the breakin' up oh, whoa ♪ ♪ bartender, go 'head and pour me a little more ♪ ♪ tonight, we gon' have us a good time ♪ ♪ let's have a toast to our good-byes, oh, whoa ♪ ♪ ladies, it's our song so, as soon as this come on ♪ ♪ you should get out on the floor ♪ ♪ gon' and get your sexy on if you know that you bett♪ o go 'head and tell him know ♪ ♪ you gon' miss me when i'm gone ♪ ♪ i'm out i'm out ♪ i'm out i'm out ♪ ♪ now tell me do my ladies run this ♪ ♪ ooh, yay, yay, yay not even hammer ♪ ♪ can touch this ooh, yay, yay, yay ♪ ♪ we standin' up on all the couches ♪ tomorrow you ♪ oya ♪ this
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through yo ♪ ooh, ay that's why we o ♪ ooh, yay y see i found out ♪ ♪ tonight, i came out here to solve him ♪ ♪ ooh, yay, yay, yay ooh, yay, yay, yay ♪ ♪ celebratin' the breakin' up oh, whoa ♪ ♪ bartender, go 'head ♪ tonigh have us a good time ♪ ♪ let's have a toast to our good-byes, oh, whoa ♪ ♪ ladies, it's our song so, as soon as this come on ♪ ♪ you should get out on the floor ♪ ♪ gon' anet o if you know thayou ♪ then the new girl th on ♪ when i'm gone ♪ ♪ i'm out shi geti pu you ♪ i got you hot ♪ ♪ make you stop when you see me, see me ♪ ♪ you got your hand up talkin' 'bout gimme, gimme ♪ ♪ no, no, no no, no, no ♪ ♪ ladies, it's our song
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so as soon as this come on ♪ you gone miss me when i'm gone ♪ ♪ i'm out i'm out ♪ ♪ i'm out i'm out ♪ ♪ i'm out [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] brand-new music from ciara is out now. thank you for being here.
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. this morning ntsb chairwoman
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debra hersman tells abc7 news they hope to remove the wreckage from the runway in a few days. travelers are warned to continue to expect delays and canceled flights. some passengers who were originally supposed to depart over the weekend are still unable to get a flight to their destination. a number of their flights were diverted to oakland and san jose over the weekend. meteorologist mike nicco has our forecast. >> thank you very much. good morning, everybody. let's look at the high temperatures today. this is as warm as it gets this week, mid-90s in the east bay valleys, mid-80s in the south bay. 67 in san francisco, and 63 at half moon bay. i think we'll see sunshine by about 10:00. if you're heading to the game tonight, 63 dropping to about 58. our coolest days are thursday and friday. leyla? we have an accident? oakland along the nimitz in the northbound direction. we have these two cars tying up one lane at hagegenberger road
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causing heavy backups from 238. san jose southbound 101 at great american announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the comedy grown-up grown-up, and from the new series "get out alive with bear grylls," survival expert bear grylls. plus, what to do when you bring your new pup home as we continue "live"'s "bow wow week." ll next on "live." now, and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪


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