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good morning, america. the latest details on tropical storm chantal coming in at this hour. on track for the southeast, with a half a foot of rain. and the stunning, devastating flood pictures coming out of china overnight. entire cities destroyed. the pilots of flight 214, now talking about the crash, as we learn the plane did a full 360 on the runway, ejecting two flight attendants. brand-new video just released from the scene. bombshell in the aaron hernandez murder case. his alleged accomplice, revealing the nfl star pulled the trigger. as we begin to see the surveillance pictures from inside his home that broke the case wide open. and the extreme boiling point, as the george zimmerman trial goes late into the night.
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the judge walked out, turning off the lights before the lawyers stopped talking. and good morning, america. boy, that arguing in that zimmerman courtroom went on for so long. 13 hours. what a scene. there was so much tension there. >> especially when the judge walked out. attorneys hurling accusations at each other. zimmerman's lawyers angrily saying the state was withholding evidence. so much drama to get to. but, right now, we're going to get to tropical storm chantal. so much of the south drenched with the rain. sam has been tracking it all overnight. it goes back and forth, the intensity. >> yesterday, every model showed why this thing would strengthen. today, the forecast center going, there's a lot of reasons why it won't. robin, it will deliver five, six
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inches of rain in a part of the country, that doesn't need more rain, and that's the entire southeast. so, let's deal with this storm system. and we'll look at it very carefully for you. we have a 3d view of this. the hurricane center uses something they call the dvorak technique. they use infrared satellite to see how strong the systems are. so, when we put this in motion, you'll be able to see, there's a lump in the clouds right there. it disappears, and then reforms right here. but there's very little organization to this system. hurricane center believes they may even downgrade it as it moves across the land mass here and head towards florida. if you look at the models here, it does one thing. and all of the models take it across cuba, and target the southeast, south georgia even, leaving it right here for a little while with the rain. that's not good news because that's five, six inches of rain in this entire area, 40-mile-per-hour to 45-mile-per-hour winds. even if it's not a named tropical system at all when it moves to that area. it's flooding rain in a
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part of the country that's has four-time, five-times its normal rainfall. this is not the best news for these people. it's not a powerful tropical system. >> sam, thanks very much. we're going to get the latest now from the investigation into that deadly plane crash in san francisco. after two days of interviews, we're learning more this morning about the pilots on flight 214 and what went wrong in those final seconds before impact. abc's cecilia vegas is on the ground in san francisco with all of the details. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. boy, the scene that investigators are now describing about what happened out here is downright horrific. they say once these pilots realized they were traveling at dangerously low speeds and tried to correct, it was too late. this new video from investigators shows just how massive the destruction was. scattered debris, a charred door. nothing left but the burned shell of a plane. but this morning, much of the investigation into what exactly happened on asiana's flight 214, seems to be centered on the pilots and the lack of
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experience in their roles. the pilot flying was new to the jumbo jet. he had never landed a boeing 777 in san francisco. the ntsb now says it was also the first time the pilot teaching him had made a trip as an instructor. and this -- >> this was the first time that he and the flying pilot that he was instructing, had flown together. >> reporter: that landing, investigators describe a nightmare. the tail clipped the seawall at the edge of the runway. the plane did a 360-degree spin. upon impact, two flight attendants in the back of the plane were ejected, found injured on the side of the runway. passengers, like this california martial arts group, returning from a visit to south korea, feared the worst. >> the captain was saying, we have to get out of here. and then, boom, the back end just lifted up. >> reporter: and now, new questions about whether the
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plane's autothrottle, used like a cruise control to maintain a certain speed, was even on. >> is there too much dependency on automation? are we making pilots that are way too concerned about systems and computers rather than the basic aviation skills? >> reporter: the one person not answering questions tuesday, asiana's ceo. when he arrived at san francisco's airport, he left through a side door after seeing all of the cameras. as for those pilots, investigators now also say that none of the crew were tested for drug or alcohol use postcrash. but that rule requiring testing for american pilots may not apply to foreign crews. >> all right, cecilia, thank you for that. now, to the boston bombing suspect, due to appear in public today for the first time after being captured after that massive manhunt back in april. he's expected to enter a plea in front of so many of the victims
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that are expected to be in that dro courtroom this morning. abc's pierre thomas is in boston for us. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, robin. today, security will be tight as the bombing suspect makes his way to court. and many of those victims will see him face-to-face for the very first time. tsaranev could face the death penalty. prosecutors plan to file 30 separate counts, ranging from carjacking to using a weapon of mass destruction. some of those who sustained physical and psychological wounds that horrific april day, say they will be there. >> i do want to go. i want to see who changed their lives forever. >> reporter: liz norden's two sons each lost legs in the bombings. they don't see themselves as victims. but they do want tsaranev to pay. if you had an opportunity to speak to him directly, what would you say? >> probably wouldn't do too much talking with him. i would probably have no cameras. >> reporter: moving forward with
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your life, what's the primary thing that gets you through it? >> just wanting to get better. you know, it was -- i wanted to more than anything, just to stand up on two feet. you have no idea how bad i want to get up. >> reporter: the attack killed three people and wounded the norden brothers along with 258 others. his older brother was killed. after a high-speed chase with police. now, the young man found cowering in this boat, faces the prospect of justice alone. as the suspect enters the court, an entire city will be watching, ready for the process of justice to begin. robin? >> thank you, pierre. quite a moment in that courtroom. josh is taking a little time off. amy robach is in for josh with the other top developing stories. and those devastating scenes out of china. >> that's right, and we'll begin with dramatic video. from a deadly landslide that happened in western china. triggered by the worst flooding in 50 years.
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the force of the water washing away apartment buildings. search crews were frantically looking for as many as 40 people who may be buried under that mud. and one man somehow escaped the floodwaters, crossing on foot and making it to safety. thousands have either lost their homes or been forced to evacuate. back here at home, a massive firefight is under way not far from the las vegas strip. time-lapse video showing one of two fires burning across nevada. 800 firefighters are working to protect homes from the flames northwest of vegas. the dense smoke lingering over the strip, has prompted authorities to issue a health advisory. and some casinos are offering free hotel rooms for evacuees. well, the man described as one of the biggest cocaine dealers in history has been extradited to the u.s. to face charges. daniel barrera, has been evading the law with cosmetic surgeries. he's even used acid to try to
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burn off his fingerprints. didn't work, however. a new warning about gas prices, they're about to jump even higher because of what is happening overseas. abc's rebecca jarvis is here with those unfortunate details. rebecca? >> reporter: they are unfortunate. good morning, amy. drivers are already feeling it. just overnight, prices at the pump surging. we're now paying an average of $3.50 a gallon. that's up 2 cents from yesterday. the political crisis in egypt is to blame. much of the world's oil passes through the suez canal. and any upheaval could disrupt shipments. analysts say gas stations will be passing even higher prices to drivers over the next two weeks. already some stations are paying as many as 20 cents more per gallon because of higher oil prices. and, amy, if egypt descends into civil war, we can expect to pay well over $4 per gallon. >> all eyes on that region, indeed, for many reasons. rebeak can jarvis, thank you. back here in washington, house republicans will tackle the contentious issue of immigration reform today.
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house speaker john boehner has made it clear that border security must come first. but it's not clear if he will endorse a path to citizenship for the undocumented immigrants already in this country. sarah palin may be jumping back into politics, telling fox news she's considering a run for u.s. senate from alaska, where of course she used to be governor. the seat up for grabs next year is currently held by a democrat. and finally, rare footage of president franklin roosevelt, showing the disability he kept secret from the american people. a professor stumbled upon this eight-second film of fdr. he's being pushed in his wheelchair at pearl harbor in 1944. you can see his hat. but the wheelchair was blocked by a line of sailors. but this may be the only footage ever seen, motion picture footage, of fdr in his wheelchair. >> don't remember seeing that. >> the press would never cover it.
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that's incredible. now, to those new details in the murder case against aaron hernandez. new court documents obtained by abc news, point the finger at hernandez. and abc's aditi roy is here with the latest on this fast-moving case. >> reporter: fast-moving and a lot of new information. abc news has obtained a search warrant from florida, tied to one of hernandez's alleged accomplices, which includes what may be the most damming piece of evidence against the former new england patriot and alleged confession by hernandez. >> aaron hernandez. >> reporter: the new documents obtained by abc news, not only implicate hernandez in the murder of odin lloyd, but say he told one of his alleged accomplices, he pulled the trigger. that man allegedly told another accomplice, who told police saying, quote, hernandez admitted to shooting mr. lloyd. this morning, we are also seeing still frames allegedly taken from surveillance cameras inside the former new england patriots' home.
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police said that the void owe was filmed moments after lloyd was shot. the man in the light-colored shirt appears to be hernandez. he is entering the basement with two other men. >> they all then go down to the basement. once in the basement, the surveillance gets shut off. prosecutors say hernandez tried to destroy the footage but failed. he has pleaded not guilty that he gund down lloyd in an industrial park less than a mile from his home. in more than 150 pages of court records unsealed tuesday in many massachusetts, police who first talked to hernandez describe him as argumentative. slamming the door and asking, quote, what's with all of the questions? when they told the 23-year-old they were investigating a death, he seemed unconcerned. >> the prosecution is going to say that his refusal to work with the police is evidence of guilt. the defense will say that an innocent man was very indignant. and he reacted the way he did because he's innocent and didn't want to be treated like a criminal. >> reporter: search warrants also show the extent of the investigation. police searched hernandez's
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home, car, even his locker at the stadium where the patriots play, all in pursuit of evidence. and in the 150 pages of documents, the one piece of evidence that police apparently do not have, the murder weapon. hernandez's lawyer says all of the evidence is circumstantial. his next court date is july 24th. >> aditi, thanks very much. >> let me be the latest to welcome you to abc. good to see you. and now, to a dramatic new front on the war of texting while driving. amy heading out with one of the nation's high-profile governors in a special undercover vehicle. it's part of a new fight against distracted driving. you went for a ride, didn't you? >> that's right. these are staggering numbers. an estimated 100,000 drivers are texting at any given moment. and riding along with governor cuomo, it was all too easy to find drivers violating the law, endangering themselves and everyone around them. crashes like these show just how quickly it can happen.
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>> oh. >> reporter: drivers taking their eyes off the road to send texts on their cell phones. but despite warnings and even shocking television ads like this one -- >> the average text takes your eyes off the road for nearly five seconds. >> reporter: texting while driving has become an epidemic. in new york state alone, nearly one in five crashes are caused by distracted drivers. but now, states are fighting back, with special vehicles like this. let's take part in some law enforcement, how about that? new york governor, andrew cuomo and state trooper, joe izzo, put me in this police vehicle, designed to sit higher than normal suvs, so police can catch distracted drivers in the act. oh, right there, first person. do you think he knows why he's being pulled over? within minutes of setting out, we caught one driver browsing the internet. and in just one hour, we pulled over four drivers, all on their phones. as the governor, you're truly
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taking action. as a dad, how fearful are you of your daughters on the road? >> this is very real to me. i'm living this. i have two 18-year-olds who are driving. i spend a lot of time in a car. >> reporter: governor cuomo's goal, saving lives. he's launched a $1 million texting while driving initiative. enacting stricter punishment for those pulled over. five points on their driver's license, equal to reckless driving in severity. nationwide, a texting driver is 23-times more likely to get into a crash than a nontexting driver. a statistic governor cuomo says he is hoping to change. >> the good news is this -- you can change people's behavior. it's not easy. it's not fast. but you can do it. and there's no doubt in my mind that we can save lives. >> you know, that five seconds the texting takes your eyes off
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the road, at 50 miles per hour, it's the equivalent driving the length of a football field blind. and, you know, governor cuomo said people didn't want to put seat belts on. and it took ten years. now, that's all we do. it's a matter of creating a habit and making it socially unacceptable by peers and teenagers to text while driving. >> because how aggravating is it when you see someone -- is it that important? >> you see them weaving in front of you. get away from that person. the first person we looked at was doing it when we pulled up. it was pretty remarkable. >> okay, here's a challenge for the car companies. get a car that turns off the phone. >> exactly. disable it. now a real great story. a very dumb thief who picked a wise victim, which turned out to be the smartest thing he could have done. abc's neal karlinsky has it. >> oh. >> reporter: lots of people fall victims to petty crime. but how many get to solve them? and then, play judge and jury. elize webb did just that, after noticing that someone had broken into her car and stolen her things.
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but the thief accidentally left a cell phone behind, which gave away two more clues. that he was a teenager. and the speed dial of a listing labeled mom. webb didn't hesitate. >> i said, this is a very uncomfortable phone call to make. i have your son's phone. and i'm missing some things out of my car. and i think they might be two related items. and she was devastated. >> reporter: webb works with teenagers and didn't want to involve the police if she could find another way. >> we knocked on the door. and he answered. and just sort of a defeated look. he looked like he had been crying. >> reporter: she found out he hit ten more unlocked cars in the same neighborhood, along with a friend. something he blamed on a night of drinking that got out of control. after talking to the teen and his mother, who didn't want to be identified, they made a decision. he would go house-to-house, return what he had taken, and apologize, in person, to each and every victim. >> i know. i know it was wrong.
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we're not going to do this again. i said, i hope not. >> reporter: homegrown justice, that webb thinks, in at least in this case, might actually help. >> sometimes when you get shamed or told that you did something wrong by somebody else, it can stick. >> reporter: for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. >> sparked a debate at the table. >> let's just be glad he didn't steal anything from robin. >> that's right. if this was a one-time thing, okay. but, you know, sometimes when you let somebody off the hook, you've got to be accountable. >> was he crying because he got caught or he felt bad? >> exactly. she works with teens. >> robin roberts. >> she works with teens and she thought this was the best way to do it. >> let's hope he learned a lesson. >> nice story. let's get to the boards.
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we'll show you exactly what's going on. we're going to start with these strong to severe storms that are popping up along the cold front today. and they will be very active. watch this cold front move through the country. this is much drier, nicer pattern of air behind it. then, all of the steam heat down to the south. but from syracuse, just west of new york. take a look at pennsylvania, through pittsburgh. louisville, little rock. these are powerful thunderstorms with what could be tornadoes. here's where the big heat is. and, by the way, 134 degrees on this date in 1913, the warmest reliably reported temperature in the world.
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good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. a low clouds and low fog this afternoon. our coolest day today through friday and look for warmer temperatures this weekend but nothing too out of the ordinary. 90, we could reach that in the east bay valleys for the warm spots. you could see low to mid-80s in the north and south bay with about 64 in san francisco. some drizzle is possible at the coast tonight, most of us cloudy in the 50s once >> the uv index brought to you by choice hotels. a lot of the country lighting up with strong storms today. >> well done, sam. thank you. coming up, a dramatic day in the trial of george zimmerman. the lawyers hurling accusations. the judge walking out. and the incredible survival story of a florida teenager who said that he was trapped in the alligator's jaws. how he broke free. also coming up, sandler,
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proper air speed as it was about to land until moments before the crash. there was another incident involving a plane at sfo. a delta flight to cincinnati was delayed late last night after a tub crashed into the plane on the tarmac. the pilots left the plane to inspect the damage and then evacuated passengers. no one was hurt. delta put passengers on another plane that took off just after 1:00 this morning. let's get a check of the morning commute with leyla gulen in the abc7 traffic center. >> we have a severe traffic advisory. this is in napa county. highway west 28 at the dam is closed in both directions. no word on when that will open, all due to a brush fire there. we also had this crash along 101 in the north direction making your drive out of san jose. blocking one lane with heavy backups. live look outside and a peek at your san rafael drive in the southb
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welcome back. temperatures in the 50s to near 60 in mountain view, 65 in antioch the warm spot. 2 1/2 hour flight and arrival delays because of the low cloud cover. temperatures today because of the sea breeze will be about 2 to 10 degrees cooler than yesterday, but the cloud cover will dissipate probably a little later than it did yesterday by about an hour. but plenty of sunshine at the game, 12:45 first pitch, mid-60s as the mets and the giants wrap up their three-game
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it's 10:00 at night. we started this morning. we have had full days every day. >> she had enough. judge nelson walking out of the courtroom yesterday after a dramatic hearing. after 13 hours in the courtroom yesterday. that's at the george zimmerman trial. we're going to have all of the details. >> even the lights went out at one point. also, we want you take a look at this alligator. almost ten feet. very powerful. so, how did this 17-year-old teenager escape after his head was trapped in the gator's jaws? he speaks out. just ahead. >> everybody's okay? >> everyone's fine. also coming up, the working dad feeling the heat during his four-month paternity leave. why he says he got dirty looks on the playground from fellow parents. and also, amanda bynes, former child star, is back in court, and she's sporting a
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different look this time. and, yeah, it raised a lot of eyebrows. but then, the judge had some words of advice for her, as well. so, we're going to find out what's going on there. but we're going to go to the latest in the george zimmerman trial. after the dramatic hearing last night, the defense expected to wrap up its case today, sending it to the jury by week's end. abc's matt gutman is covering it all from sanford, florida. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. we haven't quite seen anything like last night's marathon proceedings. lawyers attacking lawyers. breaking court protocol. and then demanding apologies and coming so close towards the end of this trial, it shows how high the stakes are right now. and perhaps how personally the lawyers are taking this. overnight, tensioning boiling over. >> this information violates florida and united states constitution. >> reporter: after nearly 13 hours in court, much of it spent sparring over what evidence will be admitted today, george zimmerman's attorneys angrily
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complained the state had been withholding information. >> spending 100 hours digging it out, playing games with us. lying to this court. and now, it's our fault? >> i would offer him the opportunity right now to apologize to me, for suggesting that i stood by silently with information i did not have. >> reporter: the proceedings going so late, the lights went out. finally, the judge had enough. >> court is in recess. >> reporter: and walked out. even as attorneys kept talking. much of the night centered on text messages on martin's phone. the defense says it showed martin liked to fight. prosecutors said they are speculative. and want them excluded. >> we don't know who typed these messages or if they're connected. >> reporter: they don't want the jury to see this 3m d animation. commissioned by the defense. it depicts what zimmerman says
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happened in the moments before he shot and killed trayvon martin. zimmerman said the teen pinned him to the ground and punched him repeatedly, and he only fired in self-defense. >> it take pieces of evidence as it exists, and it puts it together in a way that does assist the jury. >> reporter: but prosecutors -- >> this animation and the subsituation -- >> reporter: and even judge nelson questioned the accuracy of the animation. just moments ago, george, the judge ruled against admitting that 3d animation. and the text messages. they're taking fewer notes. they're asking for fewer breaks, which means they've probably already made up their minds. >> matt, thanks very much. let's bring in dan abrams, our chief legal affairs anchor. >> that jury is sequestered. one reason they went so late last night. >> the judge is trying to get as much done as possible because there's a bunch of jurors sitting in a hotel, away from their families, wanting to go home and wanting the trial to end.
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so, it is admirable that the judge is taking this late and saying to them that we have to get this going. i think matt brings up an interesting point, about whether the jurors have already made up their minds. i don't think there's any question that the jurors want to get back there and deliberate. remember, they haven't been able to talk about the case with each other. so, they're itching to get back there and say, all right. let's start doing this. i get it. i understand what's going on. i've heard all of this evidence. and i think he's right that they have all already made up their minds. and want to start talking. >> do you think this animation won't be all that critical? >> i don't think it's going to be a make-or-break issue. in this case. the important thing for the defense is not just to show what happened before but i think they also want to show why a key witness, a neighbor, who said that it was george zimmerman on the bottom, had the best view. they want to show -- i've been to that scene. and i can tell you that, where this occurred is directly in front of that neighbor's back porch. and that's one of the things this animation shows, the
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defense believes that's very helpful to them because this witness was so important to the defense case. >> okay, dan abrams, thanks very much. now, to that florida teenager who got trapped in the jaws of an alligator when he was just out for a day of fun with his friends. he barely survived the encounter, and he's now speaking out about what really happened. and abc's john muller has that story for us. >> that's usually what we do in the summer. go fishing. the water's nice. and rope swings, a lot of fun. >> reporter: when andrew hudson went swimming with friends on monday, he never imagined he would end up in a fight for his life. >> it took me a couple seconds to actually figure out it was a gator. >> reporter: the 17-year-old was kicking his legs when he felt what he thought was a log. >> he took me under. and his claws and body and stuff. i just started to do whatever i could to get away. i really didn't want to die. >> reporter: a nearly ten-foot-long alligator had latched on to the teen's neck. its jaws wrapping around his head. >> he came up behind me and
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then clamped. i was worried about how much blood i was losing. i couldn't see. >> reporter: he fought until the giant gator miraculously let go. >> i got lucky there. i didn't think he would. and i got on land, bleeding everywhere. i took off my shorts and wrapped them around my head. trying to stop the bleeding. >> reporter: you can see hudson covered in blood, with his friend waving to a helicopter. while the teen now has 19 stitches in his back and 15 staples in his head, he says he's actually grateful that the gator attacked him and not his friend. >> yeah, i was really glad it was me and not her because i was able to get away. >> reporter: for "good morning america," john muller, abc news, new york. >> wow, what a young man. saying i'm glad it was me. like you said, the gator let go. >> gator let go. sam. you never know. >> yeah, you don't. let's start with a couple places in the country that are going to have the wettest summer ever, where it has never stopped raining. and i know the southeast is feeling this way.
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but so is central ohio. we're looking just outside, just north of columbus, by the way. six inches of rain in 30 hours. in some cases it's an inch of rain in 30 minutes in that area. it's been downpours of rain. flooding. folks evacuated from their homes. it's been a rough summer season in a lot of parts of the country. now, we're looking at more rain for the southeast today. atlanta, you're not in a bull's eye of the heaviest rain. but you're getting another one to two. and there's so much, you don't need it there. raleigh is getting more today. so is a little bit south of cincinnati. then, we look at what is steering chantal, what's driving what's going to be left of the system, up into the southeast. now, we find that this is going to be a fresh, new addition of rain into the southeast, by the time we get into the weekend. i just don't know when it's going to stop for those folks. it certainly isn't going to stop this weekend. good morning. this afternoon we're full of high clouds and sunshine, inland temperatures from 80 to near 90 in the east bay valleys, 64 in san francisco, 82 in san jose around the bay and
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>> all that weather was brought to you by on the west coast, the actual coast is great. but inland, even into washington and oregon, these numbers are going into the 90s. >> okay, sam, thanks. amanda bynes back in court. she's got a new look and a stern warning from the judge about getting arrested again. and double-standard for dads? the father speaking out about the extreme criticism he faced from fellow parents during his four-month maternally leave. come on back. the extreme criticism he faced from fellow parents during his four-month maternally leave. come on back. ck. thanks to dad. eal. nope eeeeh... oh, guys let's leave the deals to ooh that one! nice. got it! oh my gosh this is so cool... awesome! perfect! yep, and no angry bears. the perfect place is on sale now. up to 40% off. only at
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back, now, at 7:42, with the latest bizarre behavior from former child star amanda bynes. she showed up in court sporting a new look and got a very stern warning from the judge she faced. diana perez has the story. >> reporter: amanda bynes showed up to court, donning an aqua wig, sweatpants and sneakers. the 27-year-old former child star was arrested in may, charged with three misdemeanors. and wore this bizarrely-disheveled blonde wig to the arraignment. bynes is still serving three years' probation for driving on a suspended license. this latest run-in could earn her up to a year in jail. some say bynes' behavior has been off the rails, both in and out of the courtroom. calling everyone from the obama, to miley cyrus ugly on twitter. >> she looked like a clown
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today. she came into court, with her hair down to her waist. and sometimes you can be in contempt of court without saying one word. >> reporter: just last month, a judge gave former nfl star chad ochocinco johnson, a 30-day jail sentence after patting his attorney's backside. the judge eventually reduced the sentence to seven days. after he apologized. lindsay lohan served 30 days of 590-day jail sentence, after showing up in court with obscenities on her nails. as for bynes, she has until september 26th before she faces the judge again. it remains to be seen if she will be sporting her own hair and a bit more humility. for "good morning america," diana perez, abc news, new york. >> unlike her recent twitter tirades, bynes, virtually silent in court. and coming up, bridal boot camp. the new workout that's helping
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right then, here's "the play of the day." >> you know, with josh away, it's a special "play of the day." is this special or what? chris rock. >> thank you. thank you. >> we've got the whole cast of "grown-ups 2." >> "grown-ups 2." >> you are so busy, you have to be here. >> we're breaking it up. we're going to give you a little dose, here and there. >> we love the poster. it's like -- of you guys, like flashback, back in the day. this right here. these are real pictures of you guys. >> is that kid and play? what's going on? >> what are you looking at? >> i don't know what i was looking at. looking at the kid that was
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getting ready to punch me in the face. look at kevin james. >> kevin james. >> a stud over there. >> adam sandler. >> spade. >> and kevin james. we thought, that looks like -- >> spade looks like a missing kid, actually. this kid's been kidnapped. if you have information, please call. >> it was on a milk carton. >> he was a little too cute. >> not to say. but in case you need other co-stars, we thought maybe we could help you out. and we have our -- >> oh, yeah. >> look at sam next to you down there. >> wow. >> okay. cut it out. >> sam. >> what's that? >> what? >> you're not a natural blonde? >> what? huh? >> wow. sam. >> how can we -- how did we pick me?
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>> look at george. and look at robin renee. >> look at that. >> that's a classic. that's a classic '70s shot. >> robin, i love that weave. >> that was all mine. >> you look like -- >> sam looks like he's on the run. like this whole gig is just to hide the crime. he's hiding out in new york as a weatherman. you don't know he killed some people in missouri. hide in plain sight. he's not even gay. it's all to hide the crime. it's all -- >> the kind of fun you had on the set. >> i try. yeah. with everybody. this is -- "grown-ups 2" is funnier than this right now.
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good morning. some passengers from the asiana airlines crash are still in the hospital this morning. san francisco general is treating most of them. 5 of the 12 people are there in critical condition. stanford medical center is taking care of five people and nine other passengers are being treated at four other hospitals. mike nicco has the forecast. >> sunshine just about everywhere by about 11:00. the clouds will be stingy at the coast, 59 there, 64 san francisco, 68 richmond. 80s inland xept for the east bay valleys.
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90. temperatures cooler today and tomorrow through friday. leyla? in livermore westbound direction 580 traffic stopped, one lane blocked about 35 minute drive out of tracy into dublin. thanks a lot. the news continues wit
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ a great crowd out there in times square this morning. big wednesday crowd on a summer day. inside, we have the picnic basket, the picnic basket is back. >> inside that basket, there's a little bit -- >> it's my day. >> a helping hand. for your best bite. >> number one. >> i thought there was music going to be coming out of that. >> i didn't know what was going to happen. >> i'm sorry. >> there's a lot going on. >> that's great. >> and these are clues? this is -- >> i'm so weirded out.
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>> i think we just put a hand in a basket, really, is what we did. >> tom is going, please explain what this is. trying to do it, tom. it's your best bite in there. it's something that is your summer favorite. >> great summer favorite. >> and these are clues. >> they're clues. >> so, it's coffee. sugar. all right. george, these are not good clues. >> i'm agreeing with you. but you're going to love the treat. >> something for breakfast. >> your clues were better, lara. the little italian music. >> i'm staying away. i'm scared of this. oh, gosh. creepy. all right, everybody. also coming up, america's best bites. and then, a dad under fire. he took a four-month paternity leave to care for his baby. sounds pretty good. but he came under a lot of fire. we'll explain why he received so much criticism. many say it's the biggest day of your life. don't you want to look the best you can?
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how about bridal boot camp before the wedding? some brides are getting in shape and sweating it out. it's not a bad idea because i looked back on my wedding pictures, and i looked chubby. yeah, i was. >> it's not true. >> and you want the pictures to be good pictures. >> it was like four months ago. >> i just -- i'm still chubby. you know. >> join a boot camp. >> i think this is a good idea. >> sam's having a whole metamorphosis today. lots coming up. let's get the news, first, from amy, who is sitting in for josh. good morning, everyone. we begin with new details in the george zimmerman the judge ruled that they can't show text messages allegedly sent by trayvon martin. and also banned an animation. the defense is expected to wrap up its case today.
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the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombing is about to come face-to-face with some of the people whose lives were changed forever by that attack. 19-year-old dzhokhar tsaranev is making his first public court appearance. his mother says she will be watching the case from her home in the russian republic of dagestan. >> let's get right to the new details about the crash of asiana airline flight 214 in san francisco. we're now learning the jumbo jet did a 360 on the runway after the landing gear clipped that seawall on impact. two flight attendants were ejected from the plane. and we now know the pilot training in the cockpit was being supervised by a first-time instructor. >> apple broke antitrust laws when it entered in the market in 2010, damages will be determined at a much later point. and if you ever felt guilty about serving a frozen dinner or
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microwave meal to the kids, even the french do it. a new survey finds one-third of restaurants in france, admit to serve factory-made or frozen males reheated, even in a country noted for its cuisine. >> in a restaurant? >> in a restaurant, apparently. >> at a french restaurant, wow. >> in france. as opposed to an american french restaurant. finally, we want to share some news about a friend of this program and a member of our abc family. today is elisabeth hasselbeck's final day on "the view." she is taking a job at fox. hasselbeck joined "the view" ten years ago. after gaining fame on "survivor." her "view" co-host and executive producer, barbara walters, called their last decade together, wonderful, saying we will miss her and wish her everything good. as do we. >> we'll be tuning in today. it won't be the same without her. >> let's see who they decide to bring in. >> good for her.
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good for them. "pop news" everybody. good morning to you and you. congratulations, elisabeth. first, we get to "people" magazine. very nice profile coming up this week on a certain anchorman. our george and his wife, ali. they talk about in the article, how they met, dinnertime at home with their two, adorable little girls. and george's offbeat sense of humor, which we all see quite often. the george wrote in the article, we will even sing and dance to "dreamgirls" which he says he will do later in the broadcast, everybody. >> thanks, lara. >> the new issue of "people" with george and ali on stands on friday. check it out. >> looking forward to it. a long-lost 200-year-old british painting by a famous artist turned up, at all places, a charity thrift sale in the bargain bin. a woman in the uk bought the painting for like $7.50. she just liked the frame. the floral was on canvas, it was painted by mary mossier, one of britain's most celebrated
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female artists, a founding member of britain's royal academy of art. almost 200 years old. thankfully the woman looked at the signature before she ripped out the canvas. the new owner says, i don't like floral paintings. but this one it's grown on me. and it's a good thing because it's worth thousands of dollars. >> hidden gems you find. >> i wish i found that one. congrats to her. and finally, here's a hidden gem for you, robin. if j.j. abrams needs a new yoda for the upcoming "star wars" film, he might want to meet ramona flowers. this pig bears a striking resemblance to the jedi master. ramona has gone viral. that's weird. but she's not the first to resemble the wise little fella. last year, scientists discovered a worm that bears a striking resemblance. this is called the acorn worm. does anybody see it? >> i don't see an acorn. >> the ears are down.
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>> yeah, so his ears are down. if they were up, maybe. anyway, we call that science news. >> with the pig, it's when he frowns? >> yes. when he doesn't, he looks normal, like a pig. sam? >> i'm sorry. we're in the middle of something out here. we're out here taking photos with folks. good morning, everybody. let's just look at a few signs there. hi, grammy, that one says. shoutout from west point, florida and ohio. little bit of -- from the bears. wait. taking the first bite of the big apple. good morning to you. and good morning to you. what's your name? >> allen. >> where are you from? >> la grange, georgia. >> welcome in. young lady, what's your name? >> deja. >> you have a beautiful smile. where are you from? >> norfolk, georgia. >> thanks for coming in. i appreciate it. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on we thought we would share with you. we'll start with the cooler and drier air. wouldn't that be nice to get some in times square today. not today, but maybe after the day tomorrow.
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we're delaying the departure of the full east coast. there's plenty of areas that will pick up better temperatures. and chicagoland, you're one of those. take a look at the west, you can see where it's cool. right along the coastlines, we were talking. once you hop inland, yakima, bullman, pendleton. you're at the 90-degree mark. and northern california, well above 100 degrees in many locations. that's the weather around the nation. i just wanted to look at you one more time. looking good this morning. good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. a low clouds and low fog this afternoon. our coolest day today through friday and look for warmer temperatures this weekend but nothing too out of the ordinary. 90, we could reach that in the east bay valleys for the warm spots. you could see low to mid-80s in the north and south bay with about 64 in san francisco. some drizzle is possible at the coast tonight, most of us clo >> just hanging out with millie
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[ cheers and applause ] everyone out there in times square this morning. it's time for our "gma heat index," a lot of the stories trending right now. and one dad's experience when he was off for paternity leave. abbie boudreau has the story. >> reporter: the movie "what to expect when you're expecting," got laughs from facebook project manager, tom stocky, until he decided to become a stay-at-home dad. was it harder than you thought it would be? >> yeah. >> reporter: stocky took a four-month paternity leave while his wife worked at google.
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>> there were dangers on all side looming. >> reporter: and another surprise, snarky moms. >> there's low expectations for a dad. i'm bringing my daughter to the grocery store. >> reporter: stocky vented on facebook, about negative perceptions about moms who work when dads don't. one stranger cracked, it's too bad you can't earn as much as your wife so she can be the one to stay home. what made you want to write this? >> reporter: i felt like there were a lot of things i hadn't heard talked about much. and some of the different challenges and nudges that push dads away from the homes and into workplaces. and in the same way, there's all sorts of nudges away from workplaces and into the homes. at the beginning, to be honest, i missed my job here at facebook. i was thinking about after two months, i started getting some of the benefits of all of the work i was putting in with my daughter. >> reporter: stock yi witnessed his daughter eating solids and taking her first step. today, he's back on the job,
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leading the launch of graph search, a new way to find people and places on facebook. >> i missed being with her. nothing will replace that four months that i had of full-time with my daughter. that was amazing. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, menlo park, california. let's talk about this with parenting laura marcum. welcome back. >> thank you. >> someone who is looking forward to. four months off and gets the comments out on the playground. >> it's really unfortunate. we've given women the freedom to push back against gender roles and work at home, versus working at home or outside the home. we should give men the same things. but men have choices, too. >> he made the choice. and he would make it again, in addition to getting some of the snarky comments, he also got some praise. >> he did have some praise. we do want to encourage them. there's no one definition of
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what family looks like. that's the best thing about being on the playground these days. there's no one makeup of family. whether it's genders or single parents or caregivers. if you want happy and healthy and fulfilled kids, we need to have happy and healthy and fulfilled parents. sometimes that leaves the dads to the playground. >> and sometimes there's -- >> we're seeing that more and more these days. >> and that really ugly side of yourself out when you make a comment like that. all people really have to do is look at you and go -- oh. >> you should be doing that. i think we have to ask ourself, would we tolerate that behavior in our kids? i'm the first to yank my kid out of the playground and say, never ever act like some ofbehaving. >> and that dad is getting great time with his baby. >> what would you say to someone on paternity leave? >> i would say, you deserve to
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be at the picnic table. and address the elephant in the room. be a co-parent friend and ally for all of the dads. >> i think all of the women were jealous. >> great to see you. >> nice to see you, too. also burning up "the heat index," a baby father maybe taking pa paternity leave. we're learning how different it is to give birth in britain to hear. abc's bianna golodryga has the story from london. >> the future monarch is due to be born any day now at st. mary's hospital in west london is preparing for kate's delivery in the same wing where princess diana gave birth. >> it's a beautiful room. it's got all the facilities that any woman would need in labor. she's got to be very comfortable and well looked after. >> reporter: sounds familiar.
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and compared to the u.s., there's vast differences in the way the british give birth to their children. the biggest difference, all prenatal care and birthing in the u.k. is free. while kate is using two o.b.s for delivery, most women use mid wives through the whole process. victoria murphy is due the same time as kate. >> there's a lot of emphasis on the kind of natural approach, actually, through childbirth. in u.k., we aim for natural childbirth as much as possible with as little intervention as possible. >> reporter: in u.k. hospitals encourage giving birth out anesthesia. using as little pain medication as possible. epidurals are less frequent. and patients are offered laughing gas and birthing tubs to reduce pain. c-section rates are three-times higher in the u.s. than the u.k. but the c-section rate at roosevelt hospital in new york city is lower than the national average, as the city's only in-hospital birthing center, they encourage natural childbirth.
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>> natural is the way that women were designed to have babies. less complications. faster recovery. >> as long as the person who is attending the birth is educated and supports the body and the woman, and her choices, it's a good experience. >> reporter: an experience a new mom or mum will never forget. for "good morning america," bianna golodryga, abc news, london. >> laughing gas is interesting. here to talk about it, abc news senior medical contributor, dr. jennifer ashton. let's talk about mid wives. not that common here. very common in britain. >> absolutely. they have much more access to mid wives there. we need more in this country. i actually had the privilege of raining with the largest group in new york city. i worked wide-by-side with them. but there's a lot of misconceptions about midwifes. obstetrician equals every intervention. and in reality, it's blended. mid wives do use epidurals and
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antibiotics. they can't actually perform the major surgery. >> and kate's going to have two ob-gyns, right? >> yes. and i wasn't asked. >> and also, far fewer c-sections over in priso britai. why is that? >> we're not sure. they have fewer deliveries. and they use more mid wives and have a better approach. we do a lot of interventions here. this is usually a process that once that train leaves the station, the less intervention, the better. when it's necessary, it's necessary. and sometimes it is. >> all right. >> thanks, dr. ashton. next on our "gma heat index," a hot, new workout you could call basic training for brides. abc's cecilia vega takes us inside the boot camp that promises to get women of all sizes in shape for their big day. >> reporter: this is basic
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training. >> let's go. >> reporter: and these cadets are in a battle against the bulge because they're actually brides-to-be. well, except for me. >> we okay, cecilia? >> i'm not getting married. i don't know why i'm here. and fitting into that one, white dress. ♪ is exactly why they're here. >> if the dress don't fit, you must acquit. >> reporter: welcome to bride-a-licious boot camp. carly wants to lose 40 pounds before her wedding day. these brides attend the grueling hour-long class. >> you guys pay for this? the program costs $150 a month. and most women come for about six months before their wedding. >> let's go. keep it moving. >> reporter: and after training more than 5,000 brides, doug is so confident his trademark regimen works, boot camp has a
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money-back guarantee. >> the guarantee is that you're going to look fabulous in your wedding dress. and that is priceless. >> five minutes in. maybe three and i'm dying already. maybe i shouldn't have had that burger before class. doug has a lot of rules about what you should and shouldn't eat. you get plenty of color in your produce. beware of juice. >> orange juice is very, very high in sugar. >> reporter: carly has lost 22 pounds. she's more than halfway to her goal weight, confident that bridealicious boot camp will get her there. for more on all of the hurdles and frustrations that men and women face as they get ready for their wedding day, you can tune into "the lookout" tonight at 10:00, 9:00 central, on abc. robin? >> i'm so in my element right here. the stars of "grown ups 2." we spoke to chris earlier. now, adam sandler. we have kevin james right here.
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we have david spade. what is shaq doing here? why is shaq here? oh. >> chris really started it off in the first half. you guys are constantly laughing and having a good time on the set and playing ball and whatever? >> incredible. yeah. rock -- i wish rock was here. he was hilarious with you a half hour ago. now, he's getting back to work. but that guy is -- all of us have the best time when rock's around. it's extra nice. it's fun. >> you have the basketball. that was a big part -- oh. >> yeah. >> oh, my goodness. >> no strings. >> when they get a basketball, when i came up here, kevin had his game face on. he is -- focused and all that. >> i'm going to eat breakfast after this.
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>> one day, adam came by and said, do you want to play ball with us? and adam is a damn good player. really good. really good. good passer. good shooter. knows the game. and i think we're undefeated, right? >> yeah. i was on shaq's team. >> adam -- >> that's all that matters. i got shaq. >> the boss and shaq. >> i guess we're going to lose. >> i did see you once on kimmel. you were doing your spin the ball. >> i don't want to talk about it. >> oh. >> it's easy. >> you going to let him show you up like that? come on, shaq. >> give him a little, kevin. >> oh. >> wrong finger. >> hey.
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>> you are all -- >> i've never done it before. how do you do that? >> oh. >> yeah. >> i got it. i got it. >> we're going to have so much more with the hilarious stars of "grown ups 2." we're going to play hoops and a little challenge. and maybe we'll talk about the film. >> yeah. we'll do that. [ cheers and applause ]
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. the national transportation safety board is scheduled to give an update on its investigation into the asiana airlines crash at sfo at 2:00 this afternoon. investigators say the pilots apparently thought automatic controls were maintaining the proper air speed as it was about to land until moments before the crash. new details this morning from a parent of one of the two 16-year-olds killed in the crash. the mother e of the girl on the right in this picture told a chinese paper she originally was not going to let her mother go on the trip but she begged, saying if he she didn't go, her best friend's parents wouldn't let her go either. both parents relented. an update on your morning commute with leyla gulen. >> we have a severe traffic advisory that will be in effect until 12:00 this afternoon.
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highway 128 is shut down due to a wildfire out here at monticello dam. we also had this accident in san jose northbound along 85 at saratoga. this is involving a car that went into a pole. right now take a look at the heavy backups as you come out of the park, bumper-to-bumper traffic slowing you down. >> leyla, thanks a lot. we'll check in with
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good morning. temperatures in the 50s and 60s most areas except for antioch, already at 72 degrees. that's the area that could see 90 today while the rest of us
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are in the 70s and 80s. day game today, mid-60s and sunshine at [ cheers and applause ] mario batali at the grill. we love having him here. a little something different on the grill today. all kinds of veggies. we cannot wait for that. mario, thank you for coming by. and robin, you have special guests upstairs, too? >> we're having a great time. here with adam sadler, kevin james, and shaq. we have some hoops set up. we might have a little competition. >> my specialty, free throws. >> so, lara and everybody will have to come up here in a little bit. we're going to talk about the brand-new comedy "grown ups 2." >> looking forward to that,
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robin. we're excited because friday, one republic is joining us for our huge party in the park. love them. love their music. >> i'll tell you something else, it doesn't stop there. next friday, jason derulo, everybody. that will be a fun concert. all month long, we're celebrating all things american that we enjoy in the sum per p we had robin's shrimp poe boys, from pass christian. and lara's pizza from new hyde park. and -- >> the finest dogs ever made in america. i've waited in line for these doughnuts. >> these are great. it's also on long island. we're kind of together. >> oh. >> wow. >> drumroll, please.
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hot and fresh doughnuts. take a look. summertime is beach time. but before my family hits the surf, we fuel up with dreesen's famous doughnuts. it's been a fixture in east hampton, new york, since the 1920s. it started as a butcher shop and went to desserts. their biggest seller is the plain cake, rolled in sugar. >> i like the jelly. >> reporter: my youngest daughter, harper, agrees. she usually joins me in her pajamas for the ride to town. and we sit on the bunch with our doughnuts and coffee for me, o.j. for her. we watch the town come alive.
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every summer, dreesen's sells about 3,000 doughnuts. and it couldn't happen without the credit weapon in the front window, the doughnut robot. >> it drops the doughnut. and then, the second doughnut. >> reporter: the machine produces 600 doughnuts an hour. each one takes just 90 seconds to make. >> the machine keeps going. it doesn't need a coffee break. it keeps going. >> they are great. the powdered sugar. but these are the classics, right here. >> there's something about a fresh doughnut, that's so different than buying one that's been sitting around for a while. >> and there's some calories that are worth it every time. >> and this is one of them. i've never heard us all so quiet. >> that machine's something, isn't it? >> it shows you that american
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technology is working for us. >> good thing we're having vegetables, later. >> exactly. you're a vegetarian from now on out. send us pictures of your favorite summer spot. on yahoo! water park, beach, hiking trail, whatever you really love. we're going to show you the favorites on "gma." robin, we have doughnuts. don't want to weigh you down on the court. >> we're back, now, with the men starring in "grown ups 2," the sequel to the 2010 runaway hit family comedy. before we talk to you guys, and, kevin, i know you're eyeing the doughnuts. >> i like the little reward system you've set up, robin. >> you keep watching this. and everyone else will watch a clip of "grown ups 2." >> yeah. >> what's up with the school bus? >> okay. i soaped it. >> what? >> put your hands in the air.
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and wave them like you just don't care. say, ho. >> ho. >> say, oh. >> oh. >> shaq. thank you for bringing the laughter. it is the perfect summer movie. going to bring a lot of kids here. kids can go. parents can go. adam, i didn't realize, this is your first sequel. >> it is. we did the "grown ups" three years ago. we had the greatest time together. and a bunch of comedians, we're all old friends. and we had an idea for a movie about a day in the life of a bunch of guys our age who have families. and we thought it would make sense to be a sequel. we got shaq and got him in on this. and other friends of ours. and pretty damn good. >> it's wonderful. i saw some of my "sportscenter" fellows. boomer, chris berman. it's nice. it's wonderful how you see the characters pop up like that.
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i don't imagine, kevin and david, it took much convincing to come back and do part two. >> well, i'm staying at adam's house. he just said, we're going to do another one. all right. i'm going to sleep for a couple more hours. >> i said, no five times, shockingly. they kept calling. i had other projects. i had things stew issing. but i thought it wasn't fair. chris rock called me once. and he got us in the same room. >> and we should say, chris was here earlier. he's very busy. >> yeah. he thinks he's great. >> they're all staying at my house during that time. we dragged him into it. >> we'll get to him in a little bit. >> shaq here because you -- i hear -- these are trained professionals. comedians. i've known you for a long time. adam, you were saying he was the funniest on the set?
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shaq? >> adam said it. adam said it. >> chris rock says it, too. every comedian who was in the movie walked away going, shaq's better than me. >> it's like being on the court with larry bird, lebron james and michael jordan. i had to step my game up. i've come a long ways because of them. you know? [ laughter ] >> shazam set the pace. >> i didn't want to go there. but we do have a clip of "shazam." we wouldn't do that. >> don't show it. >> you mentioned about the young ones. and they were really funny. taylor lautner. and patrick schwarzenegger. they play the frat boys. it was good to have them in because they're the young bucks. you guys are a little older and kind of help play off of them. >> their bodies are smoother than ours. there's no doubt about it. yeah. it's what the movie's about. we're getting a little older.
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we want to hang on to our youth. and we see the real youth out there. and we kind of go at each other for a little bit. and it was great to be around them. their lives are better than ours. but that's fine. >> and, david, your character -- i don't want to say -- you had to grow up a little bit. >> yeah. i got a call, a son i found out about. so, i went -- no. in the movie. i go to meet him. and i thought he was 4. he's 16. and he's huge. and then, i'm scared of him the whole movie. >> there he is. >> oh, yeah. there he is. >> looks just like you. >> yeah. he's a cute kid. so, he -- yeah. i was terrified. a but it was really fun. it's a new, fun element to the movie. we got a bunch of new things, knowing it was a sequel, we had to bring it up a little bit. we got more things going on and we wanted to get a little more into it. >> shaq's a nice add.
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>> shaq was great. >> was it intimidating because the first one was such a huge hit. >> very intimidating. one day in the staples center, i'm having a hell of a game. so, i'm looking at adam, the whole time. adam tells me, i'm going to put you in a movie. so, this is the third movie i've done for you. >> yeah. >> when i get the call, i was up in boston, sure. i was very intimidated. and i hope -- >> you held your own. >> you held your own, man. >> thank you. >> aw. >> see there? >> very sweet. >> there's so many great parts to the movie. but the one that really i think a lot of people -- the '80s themed parties. in your back yard. >> yeah. how did you come up. you're the boss. how did you come up with the characters you were going to play from the '80s. >> rock was a perfect prince. rock does prince. and there's two princes. >> well, i was meant to play me.
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closer than that. >> this was a choice. i picked bruce springsteen, strictly because it was jeans and a t-shirt. and i knew we were shooting it for about 2 1/2 weeks. and i was happy to see him all wigged up and him in a fake mustache. you're -- >> i was going to be kaj goo or flock of sea gulls. >> and you're one of the miami vice gang. >> yeah. >> it really made the movie. and it kind of -- you know, you sneak heart in there on us, adam. >> sneaky. >> you speak neak it like that the group. it's a film that everyone can go to. hoops is a part of the first one. we're a competitive group here. we're going to have a challenge. kevin, again with the game face. >> i'm -- pass the doughnuts. i'm on to something with meat. but we're going to go.
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>> we'll see. sam, can you work on that. "grown ups 2" opens this friday. i'm not sure. but it looked like an excuse for them to hang out. good morning, everybody. how are you doing? a future meteorologist? what? let me lean over the fence here. what's your name? >> sara. >> where are you from? >> illinois. >> how would you describe today's weather in times square? >> it's beautiful. it's hot but it's beautiful and sunny. >> i would agree. very good job. all right. let's get to the boards. here's one or two things going on. a little picture out of santa barbara because there's nothing ever wrong in santa barbara. and a gorgeous shot out of charleston, as well, where we have a little bit of rain coming. we'll watch the system, chantal, cruise up the coastline here. whether it's tropical or not. at any point, it's going to be a wind and rainmaker for florida and the southeast. and these are states that don't need the rain. hot and humid,
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good morning. this afternoon we're full of high clouds and sunshine, inland temperatures from 80 to near 90 in the east bay valleys, 64 in san francisco, 82 in san jose around the bay and >> all that weather was brought to you by b.p. we have a giant shaq head right here. what's your name, sir? >> luke. >> why are you got a giant shaq head? can it possibly be we're going to get ready to shoot some hoops with the stars of "grown ups 2" upstairs? robin's up ñprpr9ñit
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[ cheers and applause ] let's go, team. back with the stars of "grown ups 2" starting this friday. they've added former nba legislate shaquille o'neal, we thought we would have an all-star shoot-out. that sound good? >> that's our producer. >> a ringer. >> i think he figured that out. we're going to put 30 seconds on the clock. okay? you have to shoot with me. >> i was going to let you take that side. which side do you want? >> 30 seconds on the clock. set. go. >> go, dude. [ cheers ]
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>> come on, james. >> we got nothing. >> i got two. >> you did? >> yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> oh, my gosh. >> come on. let's go. get it in, you. come on, youth. >> three, two, one. >> we won. we won. we won. >> 27. 18. 19. and 28. >> oh. yes. yes. it's all robin, baby. we rocked it. >> you won? >> who won there? we have 28 over here. >> what? >> all sandler. >> he is the boss. he is the boss, right? >> that's the way it goes.
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nice try, duke. >> that was fun. sam and george, nowhere to be seen. >> you know why? you know why. mario batali's outside. >> we're going to eat. you wanted meat, we have some meat. mario batali down on the grill. "grown ups 2," on friday. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] with our good friend, bar owe batali from "the chew." >> we love the vegetables. we love summer. today, we have some eggplant. in season right now. we slice it into nice pieces, about an inch. very much like the vaguen steaks they should be. a little extra olive oil. and i'm using a nice, crispy sea
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salt. >> oh, george. >> you are so hot on the grill, it's unbelievable. cook them until they get a nice, dark golden brown. medium, medium high. a common mistake is people take things and get all iron chef with it. they take it and flip it. you want to leave it there to pick up some of the caramelization. then, you take the pieces after their on the grill. take some tomato sauce and put them on the pieces right there. take some mozzarella. and sprinkle it aggressively. and it's about balance. you think you want to put something more delicious on it, it would be better. it's really about letting it be the real thing. >> when does the parmesan go on? >> it's going to go right on the top. another piece of each of the grilled eggplant. these are like minitowers.
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let me put more sauce on. and at that point, half of the sauce hot, you can serve it right here. you don't have to go in the house, to deal with the oven. >> that's enough mozzarella? >> you could if you wanted to. that's already nice and warm and everything. as it comes out, here you go, and before and when you serve it, you hit it with a little more sauce, a little bit of the basil. >> it doesn't have to be -- >> actually room temperature is the way italians would eat it. doesn't have to be piping hot. that would destroy this summer grill. we have scallions, that we grill with anal monday aioli. >> and that is good. >> and we have a little bit of anchovies that have been preserved in salt and extra -- >> how do you do your pesto?
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>> the pesto right here, you take garlic,al mondays, extra virgin olive oil and add a little parsley and basil. >> nice. >> this is really good. >> i can't stop. i can't stop. >> it's healthy. >> this is totally healthy. this is a virtual vegetarian feast. >> you have to do something special to not put meat on the dpr grill for me. >> it's all about understanding the grill is your friend. buy whatever is in season. you can make all of the dishes with whatever you found. you can use zucchini. and that tomato sauce. and everybody think, i'm a vegan today. >> thanks for coming by today. all of the recipes, on our website. we'll be right back.
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mario really came through today, didn't he? >> that is something. >> you can watch him on "the chew" every day at 1:00. thanks to the stars of "grown up 2" as well. >> tomorrow, salma hayek. the gorgeous salma hayek. make it a great day. >> on "gma." and "gma live!" is starting right now. so, logon. and have a great day. >> we'll see you tomorrow.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. the national transportation safety board is scheduled to provide an update on its investigation into the asiana crash at sfo at 2:00 this afternoon. meanwhile, about two dozen of the 182 passengers hurt in the
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crash are still in the hospital. 12 people are at general, knife critical condition. stanford medical center is taking care of four other people and nine other passengers are being treated at four other hospitals. there was another incident involving a plane at sfo. look at this. a delta flight to cincinnati was delayed late last night after a tub crashed into a plane on the tarmac. no one was hurt and passengers were put on another plane that took off after 1:00 this morning. meteorologist mike nicco checks our forecast. mike? >> sunshine a little lower today, sea breeze stronger. warm in the east bay, 90 in antioch and livermore. 64 in san francisco and low 80s in the north bay and south bay. if you're heading to the game, the sun will break out in time for that 12:45 first pitch. temperatures will be in the middle 60s. leyla? we've got a brand-new crash, mike, herd eight long westbound 80 coming away from the hoffman split at guilden street. a crash blocking middle lanes.
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slow conditions making your drive towards berkeley. this crash just cleared northbound announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today from the new film, "grown ups 2," adam sandler. and "live"'s "bow wow week" continues with beth stern. and summer care tips for your pup. plus, a performance from recording artist ciara. ll next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ michael: so good.


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