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good morning, america, this morning, breaking overnight. buckingham palace or edge. word that armed officers may have taken down one of the world's most famous royals. could they have mistaken prince andrew for an intruder? the after math of the check cal attack in syria. will the pictures bolster the case for military action? the paparazzi, stiffening penalties against photographers harassing celebrity's children. why are they could be looking at jail time. online familiar si schism isn't for selfies anymore, "gma"
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viewers are getting in on the action. this is "good morning america" with dan harris and bianna golodryga. >> can't wait for those pet selfiez. good morning, america, bianna golodryga with dan harris. also coming up, it's the move that could stop a lot of impulsive late night decisions. a proposal that would require a 24 hour waiting period for anyone who wants a tattoo or a piercing. reaction to the plan, needless to say, not everyone likes it. >> i wish that law was in place when i got the face tattoo. hours of makeup every morning. also, clear the playground, when bears invade la backyard. that story coming up in a little bit. that's somebody's backyard. imagine that. but start with buccal ham
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palace. after arresting a guy who scaled a fence to the queen's home. news this morning armed officers may have mistaken prince andrew for an intruder. nick is at buckingham palace with the story. >> reporter: good morning. you're right. two security incidents in one week. clearly the queen's forwards are jumpy. it was reportedly a tense standoff in the buckingham palace gardens, they thought he was an intruder. that's when the british tabloid said he was the queen's own son. prince andrew, the former husband of sara ferguson. no arms were drawn, force used, and cleared after identifying himself. it shows the police are tense. >> this time of the year, tens of thousands of people coming into the palace to view it and exiting through the garden.
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somebody is in an area where the public shouldn't be. confront them. >> reporter: the confrontation happened wednesday after a real-life intruder broke into the queen's home. he climbed 12 foot walls and entered the state rooms. the same place where a state dinner was for president obama. he was arrested with an accomplice. they won't link the incidents, but the palace will take them both seriously and review security. >> her majesty's famous words are get it right, put it right, and there's a review of that you will be certain. and hopefully it will be right. >> reporter: they are conducting the review, anding loog at security. and this morning, one tabloid saying that the two guards who stopped andrew were embarrassed and he's unhappy. >> one can imagine. the royal goords on edge. our thanks to you.
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turn now to the white house, stemming the case to attack syria. senators being shown horrifying images of the chemical weapons attack they believe was carried about by the assad government. the president is trying to persuade the american people that military action is the solution. jeff swrelny has the story from the white house. these are some of the most gruesome and disturbing videos we have seen yet. >> reporter: good morning. you're right, they are gruesome and graphic. but these images are part of a central case that president obama is trying to make to overcome a growing died of public opinion as he tries to make the case for why military strikes against syria are necessary. >> obama, hands off syria. >> reporter: as anti-war protesters rallied outside the white house and across the didn't -- the president is calling lawmakers. the vice president is preparing to host skeptical republicans
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for sunday night dinner, and secretary of state john kerry is pressing hard with war-weary european allies. >> this is not the time to be silent spectators to slaughter. >> reporter: overnight, abc news obtained what is now at the heart of the administration's case to congress, a series of 13 videos senators viewed in a classified briefing last week. the images are too gruesome to watch in full. the syrian civilians, many are children. they are the same heartbreaking images that prompted this response from senator dianne feinstein when asked why so many americans oppose military action. >> they don't know what i know. they haven't heard what i heard. >> reporter: the administration hoping those images have the same effect on the american people. it's a tough sell for president obama, the toughest of his presidency. he will sit down for interviews
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on monday, followed by an address to the american people on tuesday. now the white house is getting heaven, david petraeus, the former cia director is calling for strong action against the syrian regime. the white house hopes that helps win over sop republicans. as the vote comes as early as wednesday, our survey of lawmakers shows that the white house needs a dozen more senators on their side, and in the house, the scepticism is deeper. a lot of work. >> a tense weekend kicking off a tense week for the president. thanks to you. tune in for diane sawyer's interview on world news ahead of his address on tuesday. >> george, with the big push tomorrow and the address to the nation tuesday night, how would you place the success of odds?
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>> if the vote were today, 4e8d lose. he does have a decent chance of getting the votes in the senate starting this week to pass it through. and the white house hope is that will build momentum to halt the erosion in the house and get numbers up, particularly among democrats. another key event could be, and the french are waiting for this, the u.n. inspectors next weekend on the chemical weapons in syria. if it were today, no question, he would luose. >> if he doesn't get the votes, will he still strike? it's a lose, lose situation. >> it would be the first time it happened to a president, losing the vote on military force. it's all but impossible for the president to go forward in the face of no votes. listen to what he said friday night in russia. it's not a political ploy or
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symbolism. he could not say that it posed a threat to the united states. in the face of that, i don't see how he could go forward. is it possible he gets a yes vote in the senate and the house doesn't vote? maybe that's the way out, unclear. >> what are the stakes for his presidency and his ability to get things done the rest of the term if he fails? >> it's hard to believe a month ago this wasn't contemplated. now the most important -- if he loses, damage american's credibility on the world stage and complicate everything in the final three and a half years. >> and george is going to have much more on "this week" right here on abc. thanks again. now to ron claiborne with the other top stories. >> hi there, good morning. new details about the nsa's program about domestic spying on americans.
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the obama administration won approval in 2011 from a special federal surveillance court to intercept phone calls and e-mails. the same court banned the searches in 2008. it allowed the nsa to retain it for six years from the previous five years. and the wildfire in yosemite national park, closer to being contained, but the price tag is skyrocketing. the rim fire is about 80% contained, but the total cost so far at nearly $90 million and rising. crews have been battling that fire for four weeks now. it's burned nearly 400 square miles. and the olympic committee making a big announcement, 2020 summer olympic games in tokyo. second time. they hosted in the 1964. they beat out istanbul and madrid. and an amazing story of survival this morning, two scientists and their helicopter pilot
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recovering after being rescued from a frozen volcano in alaska when a freezing rainstorm swept in on wednesday. they had to brave the elements for several days until they could be reached and rescued. that happened on friday. and apple's new iphone getting a high-tech upgrade. apple is expected to unveil the new phone, the iphone 5 s, it will have a touch sensor to detect your fingerprint to replace the swipe and pin number that the iphone has. and michigan got a whole lot bigger, not the university, but the state. on september 5th, jessica hicks gave birth to not one, two, but fa five babies. three boys, two girls, three pounds four ounces to four
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pounds six ounces. parker, emmett, nicole and liker. no jake in there. >> jake could be a little name. >> great middle name. dad, meanwhile, is in shock. >> still. >> five kids. two words, college tuition. >> scholarship. >> exactly. >> thanks. well, the new nfl season is underway with a full slate of football sunday action. and washington's nickname that stirred heated debate has been put back into the spotlight. espn sportscenter an car lindsey is here. >> the redskins kick off tomorrow night, but this morning, the team is in the spotlight because of an ongoing controversy. many say the team's name is offensive. this morning, an issue that's been playing professional sports for years is coming to a boiling
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point, as one of the biggest names in sports journalism puts his foot and pen down, saying he will not use redskins in his writing. peter king saying in his latest weekly could yum, quotes, i have been increasingly boothed by the word. king isn't the only one. bill called them the washington, d.c.s in his article. >> it's getting louder and louder, and peter king on board, that is a huge statement about what a big deal this is, and going to become. >> and it's not just the redskins, many consider these, the atlanta braves, cleveland indianas, and the kansas city chiefs. clive takes issue with the fan
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culture those names create. >> screaming in the stand and making war whoops. waving tomahawks up and down. it's a tremendous psychological effect. >> abc news reached out to the redskins, no comment about the name and the controversy surrounding it. team owner dan snyder vowed not to change the name. roger goodell supports the position saying it's unifying, it's a unifying force for the fan base, strength, courage, pride and respect. >> that's a tough and emotional issue. not going away. great story, and thank very much. thanks for being here. >> football's back as well. >> yes. time to check the forecast. over to ginger. >> i have football in the forecast. but check in on utah, three quarters of an inch of rain in 15 minutes. very fast. flash flooding you can see, a problem. fourth time they have gotten
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hit, a burn car from last year. the football i was promising, you byu, texas at home. look what happened, just torrential rain. they had to delay it, but eventually byu goes on to win in on upset. thanks, jaime, i have no idea about football information. he gave me that, over texas. rain, not great. between tucson and flagstaff, 1 to 2 inch range, and that's just the southern end. rain along the canadian border. north dakota to northern minnesota have to be on alert. the severe weather possibilities today. aberdeen, and sheridan, turn on your local abc station and get an idea what's happening. be aware. heat under that, north platte, almost 100, dallas 98 today. it's going to get really cool, there are frost advisories in five states in new england, burlington, 39, new york city,
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it's chilly, 56. not frost yet. we're getting there. that's the big picture. let's get and check closer to home. >> okay, my friends. it is time to play -- >> name that cloud. >> now here's a little tip. we have seen this one before, just to let you know. so here's the picture. take in there in kansas city, give me your guesses. >> cirrus?
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>> nope. >> cotton mouth. >> very close, dan, no. >> bianna golodryga? >> i found out what cloud this was, and i was going to cheat, but dan guilted me and i'm not going to -- >> it's an altocumulus. bianna had it. last week, it was a different kind, they can come in many forms. thank you for playing name that cloud. >> best part is the microphone. even better than the meteorology. you know the scenario, a few beers, then get the tattoo. ginger's been there. now local officials are looking to require a 24 hour waiting period to get people to think before they ink. it would also apply to piercings. susan is in washington covering the story. >> reporter: good morning, dan if you know if you have a tattoo or piercing, people say
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being a spontaneous is a big part of the fun. walking into a tattoo parlor to get inked or pierced -- >> you say you're ready, i'm going to pierce you, okay? >>. >> reporter: is an impulsive decision. >> woody wood peck per. this is an old one. >> reporter: the result of being in the mood. >> i'm yule, owl in german. and we're getting matching tattoos. >> reporter: but this morning, some local regulators are trying to put a stop to impulsive inking by making a 24 hour waiting period for tattoos and piercings. the department of health says it's a public safety issue. but they are worried that a waiting period would hurt their bomb line. >> one of the cornerstones of the body art industry has been the walk in service. by eliminating that, you're
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essentially killing the business. >> reporter: the proposal, getting under the skin of commerce as well. >> somebody wants to come in as a walk in. they're going to pay for the service, that's on them. if they regret that, that's on them. it's not up to the shop to regulate people's poor decisions. >> reporter: parents disagree, arguing that it's in the best interest of their children. >> this wait and hold time will do wonders for their ability to protect themselves if they're not sure, and the parent's ability to protect them. register, and give ourselves 24 hours to talk about it. >> reporter: the public has 30 days to comment before it could become a final regulation. leaving ink and piercing enthusiasts to wait on pins and needles. abc news reached out to city officials for comment. no word yet on how they intend to sell this plan to think before you ink to a skeptical public.
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bianna and dan. >> i mean, i understand. but is this a national epidemic? out of all issues to cover, why -- why this? >> you're right. >> talk to ginger, she was the one -- >> very much, i wish i had the guts to get one. i don't. >> the permanent factor throws me off. >> took me a long time to pierce my ears. >> commitment fear. >> moving on. speaking of someone without a fear of commitment. >> that was a good segue. to the geeky groom with a great idea. camera eyeglasses to capture his wedding day from his point of view. >> how did he do it and what did the bride think? sara haines is here with the story. >> seems like the easy going type, letting the husband to be to conduct the video experiment on the big day.
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but they never expected the trip down the aisle to get so much attention. a wink and a whisper, both intended for only the groom to see, unless the groom happens to be michael. >> i was shooting a wedding from think perspective. >> an entertainment technology consultant and self-pro claimed -- >> geek. >> it let him film the wedding from his point of view without noticing. >> i didn't want the family to think i was insane. >> okay, seemed really excited, so sure. i let him run with it. >> and he did. he ran with it all the way down the aisle, through the first kiss, and even on to the dance floor. >> so many people are focused on, you know, the bride, that this gives yet another angle. because it is all about the bride. >> all that attention would make any bride blush. but kate thought it was a private keepsake. >> i thought my mom would watch
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it 50-100 times, and no one else would see it. >> until it went viral. now 220,000 hits on youtube and counting. >> you may kiss the bride. >> but even with all of america watching their most intimate moments, they clearly only have eyes for each other. very sweet. it was a great idea. see if it catches on like the proposal videos. funny enough, i've always wanted to look at the groom. i go straight to the groom. it's sweet, you can see them catch their breath -- >> hopefully. >> ron is proposing a followup video on the honey moon. >> of course he is. and dan is seconding that. >> ginger -- >> it is funny. >> all right, all right. >> thank you, sara. >> high-tech claire born. coming up, we're going to michigan for an interesting
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story. the runaway rome owe and juliet. they have been missing for almost two weeks. new hope for a break in the case to bring them home. and after a big push by sbreblt california is on the edge of making the paparazzi face penalties. and the mama bear and her cubs that can not get enough of the backyard. keep it here. and ron will have more. >> sure. [ corbett ] it's not every day that you find yourself at the corner of "a little flu shot" and "a world of difference." now through october 14th, when you get any immunization at walgreens, we'll help provide a lifesaving vaccine to a child in a developing country through the u.n. foundation's shot at life campaign. together, we can supply up to three million vaccines. it's easy to make a difference at walgreens.
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while i was on a combat patrol my c in baqubah, iraq,nned out. a rocket-propelled grenade took my arm off at the shoulder. when i came home, i felt alone. my family was around me, but i couldn't talk to them about what i'd seen and what i'd done. i remember just thinking, man, the way i am right now, i don't want to live. i was discharged from the army, and i've been working with the wounded warrior project since 2007. warriors don't have to be severely wounded to be with the wounded warrior project. we do have a lot of guys that have post-traumatic stress disorder. being able to share your story, i guess it kind of helps you wrap your mind around what did happen over there. just because you've left the military doesn't mean your life is over, because when these guys are coming home, i'm kind of leading and training them, instead of for combat, i'm leading and training them to heal. and if i come away with anything from the wounded warrior project, it's them giving my life back. my name is norbie, and yes, i do suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, but i'm okay.
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and i will never give up, never stop look for you, honey. never. >> and those are parents of two missing teens on the run. grief-stricken over their safe if i and whereabouts. star-crossed lovers missing for 13 days now. but there are new clues that could possibly help in the search. good morning, america, i'm bianna golodryga. >> and i'm dan harris, it's sunday, september 8. and halle barry and jennifer garner on a new law in california. and bruno mars, why he may not to want make plans on super bowl sunday. >> we gave it away. >> stick around. >> the latest in pop news. but michigan's rome owe and
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juliet, missing for almost two weeks, their parents pleading with them through the media to come home. and linzie janis has more. >> they have vanished almost without a trace, but their parents are terrified. this morning, a possible ray of hope in the search for 14-year-old braxton and 13-year-old thomas. a private eye said he's following up on several leads, possible sightings from miami to milwaukee. they are the first clues since the couple took off in the middle of the night 13 days ago in braxton's mom's ford explorer. >> they're not 16 or 17, they're babies. >> they were due to start school at different michigan high
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schools. their parents fear this may be an attempt to stay together. >> they want to spend time together. to be that intense at 14, you encourage them to do other things as well. >> the relationship became so intense, just hours before they left, her mom said she could no longer support it. >> i didn't want her to grow up too fast. you could tell the way he looked at her, scared me. she's a baby. >> the pair was more organized and may have changed the license plates to avoid detection. but with every day, it's more heart ache for the families. >> i have never lied to you, never let you down. i will protect you, whatever i can do. i'm always here and i will never give up or stop looking for you, honey. never. >> since the story first aired
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on "gma" on thursday, the police have two dozen leads. if you think you have seen them go to www.signature it's so sad. and because they're runaways and haven't been abducted, it's difficult to find them. you can't use the amber alert. >> doesn't ease the parent's pain. >> no. >> thank you. more news from ron. >> good morning, everyone. in the news, two days after an intruder broke into buckingham palace. another reported incident. armed police confronted a man in the palace gardens. one british says it was prince andrew. he confirmed his identity and the officers never drew their weapons. protesters rallied against a possible u.s. military strike against syria. president obama is considering military options and seeking congressional approval for an
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attack. the president will address the country on tuesday. and a warm welcome home in california for the last survivor of the boston marathon attack to be released from the hospital. they were there to cheer ton their daughter, his legs were severely injured. he plans on cheering his nephew next year at the marathon. and finally, a family in new jersey couldn't believe their eyes when they spotted a bear and cubs playing on the slide in the backyard. they got out cameras and clicked away. the bears played for 20 inn miss before the family decided they had enough and scared them away. >> did it work? >> it worked. time now for the weather. over to ginger zee. >> i want to begin with hurricane season. the peak is this tuesday, but no hurricanes yet this season. if we make it to wednesday, it
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will be the latest ever. we are watching a disturbance off the west coast of africa, but that would have to fire up. break the record, slow start. august 8th is the average first date. chicago this morning, they were warm yesterday, now cool. pretty fun to look at this. michigan avenue as you look along and go northwards. but the temperatures after this, topsy-turvy only begins to describe it, heat will come back, cool today. detroit, 92 on tuesday, 77 today, chicago also into the 90s. could be record-breaking toward mid-week. minneapolis, 80, gal veston, a water spout yesterday, unsettled in the fwufl and south. 92 orlando. let's check closer to home.
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thank you, ginger. coming up on "gma," after a major lobbying push, california on the verge of cracking down on the paparazzi. what it could mean for the celebrities and the photographers. and the pets who love to show off, we're celebrating pet selfiez sunday coming up. [ all gasp ] oj, veggies -- you're cool. mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here! aah! 'cause i'm re-workin' the menu, keeping her healthy and you on your toes. [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and 9 grams of protein. i see you, cupcake! uh-oh! [ bottle ] the number one doctor recommended brand. ensure®. nutrition in charge™. [ sneezing ] she may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec®. powerful allergy relief for adults and kids six years and older.
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jennifer garner and halle barry told the lawmakers horror stories about issues with the kids and photographers. >> we are in los angeles, the efforts are getting somewhere. >>. >> reporter: yes, the vefrts paid off so far, because the vote on the bill was unanimous, and comes just weeks after lawmakers heard some heart-tugging testimony from two hollywood moms. this is what some hollywood celebrities face every time they step out of their homes. and when they're with their kids, the shutters don't stop. just watch britany spears and her sons surrounded in the 2012
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documentary celebrity that took viewers behind the velvet ropes in the world of celebrity photographer. this morning, celebrities are one step closer to winning the fight to protect their children from harassment by paparazzi in california. weeks ago, california lawmakers heard emotional testimony from famous moms like halle barry and jennifer garner, about how their children's lives are affected by photographers. >> and i don't want a gang of shout, arguing, law-breaking photographers who camp out everywhere we are, all day every day, to continue traumatizing my kids. >> reporter: the bill which just passed the state senate, allows them to take pictures of the children, but would make a paparazzi who annoys, torments or terrorizes a child subject to fines or jail time. other haves fought back, ang lee
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ya joe lee and brad pitt sold the rights to their children, in all, bringing in $18 million and donating it to charity. some say ultimately legal action won't stop the profitable pictures from ending up in magazines, but it could change how they're taken. >> hopefully this will be some level of deterrent and send a message that it's just not okay. >> reporter: the bill goes to the governor this week, they would face a year in jail and tens of thousands of dollars in fines. dan and bianna. >> thank you. and coming up on "good morning america," animals with egos. and pet selfiez. we asked "gma" viewers and anchors to send in their shots. the results coming up next in pop news. 's news. :
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all right, time for pop news. sara shains back with it all. and this laughter is queueing great stories. >> yes. >> free. >> the super bowl has a message for bruno mars, you're amazing just the way you are. yeah. the associated press is reporting he's been tapped to sing at the halftime show in february. an official announcement is expected this morning. over 100 million tv viewers will tune in in the u.s. alone. >> only bruno? >> laying it out suspensefully. there's one lead. >> he's a big name. >> he's amazing just the way he is. and rap superstar eminem never fails to surprise us.
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on espn saturday night football halftime show. at first, he looked a little bewildered, but blames it not being used to live tv. a clip of his new video -- is he ill? >> a little more energy. >> this is eminem's first single in two and a half years. that was rough. >> i have moments where i have felt like that. it looks like he's looking out the at crowd maybe? >> notice -- >> you're giving him more credit. it was all over twitter. i didn't see it until now. tom brady and his wife gisele have opened the doors to their jaw-dropping mansion. it's in a new issue of architectural digest. the 14,000 square foot pad
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resembles a castle and has a mote to prove it. it's bigger than two of the apartments i have had, this closet. they wanted a comfortable house for their family. they nailed it. ginger looking at the closet, had a look on her face similar to eminem during halftime. >> i want to go to there. >> they have a moat. >> yes. >> go out? >> right. we asked and you delivered, precocious pets. this is selfie sunday. these caught our eye. a big thank you to everyone who send in the pet selfiez. and we have to show you dan harris' cat. >> there you tgo. >> that's really seductive. >> that was while eating my food.
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>> i can't decide if dan took that. >> the gisele bünchen of chats. >> and otis. >> oh. >> an old man. >> he's cute. wise old man. and. >> we can't forget simone's lovely cat. she looks a little angry. >> there's a photo bomb in the back of that too. look at that. >> we'll be right back. >> it's a two-fer i like that. >> that closet. >> we'll be right back with more "gma." keep it here. at hillshire farm, only hickory smoke has the right flavor to blend our sweet sausages with our savory spices. some people see a hickory and think, cabinet. we see a hickory and think, gumbo, pizza, tacos. hillshire farm. because it's worth doing right.
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we're going to do the good-byes on ginger's cloud microphone. hear me? hello? hello. yeah, can i use that one? we want to show you pictures
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where teams compete to make the right decisions about safe food preparations. our challenge in this round -- read and follow package cooking instructions, and use a food thermometer. let's see how our teams are doing so far -- team 1? we just got 100 points. we separated our raw food from our cooked food. team 2? we got a 100-point green card for proper hand washing before our meal prep. referee: we've reached a critical safety point in the challenge. okay, team 1, let's check this out. uh-oh, not a safe internal temperature
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>> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, september 8th. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning to you. we are looking at some pretty dense fog along the shoreline this morning. despite yesterday he is 100-degree heat in livermore and gilroy, a mile and a half visibility for half moon bay, a quarter mile in santa rosa and three quarter mile in novato. the marine layer is about a thousand feet deep. it will burn back and bring another sunny and warm afternoon. not as warm at the coast. still pleasant. we will still see the clearing but cooler there. ar


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