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good morning, america. breaking right now, president obama's tough words to the isis terrorists who executed american journalist steven sotloff. >> we will not be intimidated. their horrific acts only unite us. >> we learn the brutal video is real. authorities believe it is the same extremist who killed james foley. our entire abc news national security team here this morning. developing now, home depot investigating a brand-new massive credit card breach. data from tens of millions of customers possibly stolen and sold online. as we learn new details this morning on that hollywood hack attack, apple now saying how it happened. >> it was the most horrifying moment of my life. >> the video that shocked the country. a police officer opening fire on a minivan packed with kids. this morning the mother and her
family speak out for the first time. what was going through their minds? it's an abc news exclusive. we have an infant who is not breathing. >> there's an app for that. the technology miracle that saved this infant's life delivering a hero to their doorstep to resuscitate a baby on the brink. one clip to keep your family safe and sound. and we do say good morning, america. what an incredible story. you can do everything -- >> anything. >> anything at all with this. good to have you back, michael. still working that vacation. >> still working my vacation cut. >> still working my vacation cut. it's good. i'm not vacation mode. it's time to go to work. >> welcome back, mike.
we have a lot to get to this morning starting with that execution of another american journalist. authorities confirm overnight that video is steven sotloff being murdered by an isis militant. abc's brian ross is here with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. as you say u.s. authorities have confirmed the gruesome video is authentic as president obama vowed that isis will pay the price for the murder of a second american journalist. the president delivered fighting words this morning as he said isis will achieve nothing by the barbaric murders of steven sotloff and james foley. >> we will not be intimidated. their horrific acts only unite us as a country and stiffen our resolve to take the fight against these terrorists. >> reporter: u.s. officials say sotloff never had a chance in the hands of the brutal isis group despite an emotional plea for mercy from his mother. >> i ask you to please release my child. >> reporter: british authorities this morning said the hooded executioner appears to be the same british accented speaker who two weeks ago beheaded journalist james foley.
investigators are already comparing the voices from the two isis videos along with an analysis of the desert setting, the speaker's use of his left hand to hold the knife and his eyes. earlier u.s. facial recognition experts had created this likeness from an examination of the eyes and the president this morning vowed to find whoever was responsible. >> and those who make the mistake of harming americans will learn that we will not forget and that our reach is long and that justice will be served. >> reporter: at the end of the sotloff video isis produced yet another western hostage, identified as a british citizen named david haynes threatening to do the same to him and u.s. officials say there are at least two more americans being held by isis, two young aid workers who had gone to syria to help civilians caught in the middle of the strife. >> such a difficult situation. brian, thanks. let's bring in the rest of our team. martha rad dats in washington,
jon karl traveling with the president. and, jon, let me begin with you. in those remarks, the president laid out a bold goal and said the bottom line the u.s. goal is to degrade and destroy isis as a threat. >> reporter: that's right, george. very definitively this is beyond where he's gone but there seemed to be a mixed message. when he was asked to clarify if he was now saying the u.s. wants to destroy isis, he backtracked significantly saying we can continue to shrink isis' sphere of influence to the point where it is a manageable problem. so in the course of one set of remarks, he went from talking about destroying this terrorist group to making it into a manageable problem. >> martha raddatz, so many believe you can only take on isis if you go into syria but the president making very clear today that he is not going to move forward with a dramatic expansion without a broad coalition. >> reporter: one of the things you heard the president say again this morning the need to build that regional coalition, but the key really is syria and it is hard to see how the u.s. does not eventually launch air strikes there, given what the president said today, even though as jon says there was a
bit of a mixed message but the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff has said in order to defeat isis, you have deal with the situation in syria. that is where isis has a safe haven right now. that is where military options are being presented to the president even though he has not made a final decision. >> and, martha, we also learned overnight that the united states is sending 350 new troops to iraq. >> reporter: the extra 350 u.s. forces are being sent for additional security at the embassy and the airport. but this tells you there is increasing worry that isis is intent on going after americans and they want to make sure embassy employees are safe or can get out of there if needed, george. >> jon, part of the reason the president is pushing back against russian aggression in the ukraine, there's conflicting reports about a cease-fire. >> reporter: a statement out of the president of ukraine's office suggesting they've worked out a cease-fire with the russians but a denial from vladimir putin's office and the
president was directly asked about this and said it's simply too early to tell but not a lot of confidence in this. the president himself pointed out that previous talk of cease-fire has failed because the russians have violated or pretended they have nothing to do with what's going on in ukraine. >> thanks very much. to a desperate manhunt for a gunman who went on a shooting rampage in kansas city killing three people and critically injuring two others. abc's ryan smith is here and has the latest for us. >> reporter: good morning. police looking for any tips from the public after a triple homicide locked down an entire town and shook residents to their core. this morning, a massive manhunt after a day of murder and chaos in this quiet kansas city neighborhood. >> just looked like mayhem. >> reporter: it started shortly before 1:00 p.m. when police found one person dead outside a home. inside, two critically injured. concerned about more victims police knocked on doors breaking
into houses where no one was home. they found two more dead and one injured. >> this is a huge crime scene. >> i can't imagine anyone wanting to do them harm. >> reporter: authorities aren't sure of a motive but the entire town was put on lockdown including area schools. >> he's gonna be armed with a shotgun possibly. >> we are very concerned. we want people to be safe. we want them to feel safe in their neighborhoods. >> reporter: police believe this suv which belonged to one of the shooting victims could be the getaway vehicle. it was parked four blocks from a motel 6 where three people from the motel reported being physically assaulted two hours after the manhunt began and knbc reporting that police detained a person of interest in that case. he was apprehended on foot but it is not clear if that person of interest and the triple homicides are linked. and police saying the gun found on the motel assault and attempted charge acting crime suspect will be one of the many pieces of evidence they use to see if there's a link. in the meantime, this community
is still on edge. robin? george? >> all right. ryan, thank you. >> understandably so. now to amy who has the morning's other top developing stories right now. good morning. we begin with another possible credit breach at one of america's top retailers and this could be the biggest one yet. home depot is investigating whether customer credit card data has been stolen and sold online. experts say all 2200 home depot stores could be affected possibly making this fraud bigger than the breach at target last year when 40 million cards were stolen by eastern european hackers. home depot says if it confirms the breach it will notify customers right away. and we expect to learn more today about the third american infected with the deadly ebola virus. what we do know, he's an obstetrician working in a hospital in liberia. the director of the cdc is sounding a dire alarm warning the ebola crisis is spiraling out of control and a quick vaccine is unlikely. so far ebola has killed more
than 1500 people in west africa. and breaking overnight, police in wisconsin responding to a gruesome crash involving a car and a school bus. the car almost completely destroyed. the passenger inside killed. the school bus was carrying two girls' volleyball teams. 13 players on board were injured. two north carolina men are expected to walk free today 30 years after they were locked up for a crime they did not commit. half brothers henry mccollum and leon brown were convicted as teens in the brutal murder of an 11-year-old girl for decades they claimed they were innocent. they were forced into confessing but they were just cleared by dna evidence that points to another man. a big change on the selves of cvs. as of today, no more tobacco products. instead of selling cigarettes, the company which now calls itself cvs health, will offer
nicotine gum to help smokers quick. the highest paid model in the world gisele bundchen signed an endorsement deal with under armour. and guess what? its stock soaring after the deal. its market value skyrocketing, you see the number there, by more than $590 million in just one day. ca-ching. ca-ching. wow. speaking of stars who is the bigger one in this picture? take a look. this is from the l.a. dodgers game. that's little league sensation mo'ne davis who wowed the world with her 70-mile-an-hour fastball but take a look. she's the one giving the autograph to major league all-star yasiel puig, not the other way around. so i'm guessing that makes her the bigger star officially. mo'ne threw out the first pitch of the game and no surprise, it was, take a look, a perfect strike. look at that. and later in the locker room the team challenged her to a pitchoff where she reminded them she had ten strikeouts in one
game recently. go, mo'ne. you go, girl. i love that. >> but she's handle it all so incredibly well. >> she was here the other week and had a big smile on her face. such a great young lady. >> and she doesn't even want to be a baseball player. >> she wants to go to the wnba she wants to play hoops. >> what? >> we have new details on that accident at the shooting range in arizona where a 9-year-old girl killed her instructor by losing control of that uzi machine-gun she was firing. the girl's family breaks their silence and hearing the dramatic 911 call for the first time. abc's clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: for the first time this morning, the family of this 9-year-old girl speaking out about a split-second accident sending shock waves through two families. >> 911, what is your emergency? >> i have a gun range officer that got shot in the head. >> reporter: 39-year-old charles vacca was showing the girl how to fire a fully automatic uzi
submachine gun. >> all right. go ahead and give me one shot. all right. >> all right. >> at this popular shooting range last week outside las vegas, but suddenly -- >> all right, full out -- >> she loses control, vacca is shot. the moments after heard in this newly released 911 call. >> is he breathing? >> yes, he is. he's having convulsions. >> the ambulance ain't gonna work. we need help. >> reporter: a new police report said, after firing, the girl dropped the uzi, grabbing her own shoulder in pain, telling her mother the gun was too much for her. the girl's father told investigators it happened so fast that nobody, not even the girl, immediately realized vacca had been shot. >> is he still able to speak to you? >> no, he's completely unconscious. >> breathe, charlie. >> reporter: in a statement, the girl's family said they are devastated by this accident, that turned what was supposed to be a unique and brief excursion from their summer vacation into a life-changing tragedy.
vacca's co-workers tried desperately to keep him alive. >> i don't think he's going to make it. >> reporter: seen here in his facebook photo was flown to a hospital where he died. his family says they know what happened was an accident. the tragic burden now being carried by a 9-year-old girl. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> thanks to clayton. new details on that hollywood hack attack. all those private photos of top stars released online. apple is revealing results of its investigation saying this was a targeted attack on the celebrities, not a widespread breach of the cloud. abc's rebecca jarvis is tracking this story for us. good morning. >> hi, robin, good morning. apple says it is outraged by the theft which targeted specific celebrities, their icloud accounts and their photos and now this morning, hollywood is speaking out showing their support for all of those leading women exposed in this massive privacy breech. this morning the first major break in the celebrity photo hacking scandal involving over 100 female stars including oscar winner jennifer lawrence and supermodel kate upton.
apple revealing it was not a widespread hack or a breach in any of apple's systems, including icloud or find my iphone, but a targeted attack on certain celebrity accounts including their user names, passwords and security questions. >> what's your mother's maiden name, the name of your first pet. when you talk about a celebrity you could get this from their wikipedia page. >> reporter: attorneys for laurence and upton threatening legal action against anyone who posts them. meanwhile, an outpouring of support from those in hollywood not involved in this breach. >> are you kidding me. >> reporter: "girls" star tweeting "the way in which you share your body must be a choice. support these women and do not look at these pictures." even comedian seth rogen sounding off comparing posting the pics to selling stolen merchandise. apple is cooperating with the fbi which tells abc news it is aggressively investigating exactly who stole the photos and how.
and while security experts say it's unlikely the photos will ever be completely scrubbed from the internet they say a thorough investigation will help shed light on the dark underworld of internet hackers. >> it's almost like they have contests to see who could outdo each other. i mean, it's this crazy, sort of underground little ring they've got going on. >> reporter: how can you protect your pictures and your information online? you don't want to just use one strong password. instead many websites are offering two-step verification. choose that option and you will get an added layer of protection. it might be a nuisance but it's completely worth it, rocken. >> totally is is, rebecca. thank you for that. that's the dark side of the iphone but there are some good uses. >> yeah, there's a bright side to that. now to that incredible rescue all thanks to a very smart app for your smartphone. a washington state man's springing into action when he got a message alerting a baby nearby stopped breathing.
this morning, the power of technology helping to save lives. >> we have an infant who is not breathing. >> okay, are they awake at all? >> no. >> reporter: when a month-old baby suddenly stopped leasting in leslie wrecker's shop, she called 911. >> i saw her and she was saying he's not breathing. >> reporter: but two blocks away mechanic jeff olson heard an alarm go off on his phone. he registered it with the app pulse point. alerting people who know how to do cpr with local emergencies. >> i looked at it and it said cpr needed and it gave the address. >> reporter: with first responders still several minutes away, olsen arrived and immediately performed a life-saving service. >> this guy came out of nowhere and just scooped the baby up and really knew what he was doing which was such a blessing. >> i don't think i've ever done cpr on an infant before or rescue breathing and it was when i got done i shook for about ten
minutes. >> reporter: the spokane fire department grateful for the assist. >> the reason why we are so invested in this technology is because you can be a life saver. >> reporter: while leslie, the mother and her baby, grateful for their new friend who had the foresight to simply download an app. that's really awesome and the spokane fire department officials added that they're so happy they made the decision to become connected to pulse point and this app has the potential to save thousands of lives out there and, lara, you have something for us. >> i do. very special morning for our ann compton retiring after serving 41 years at the white house covering it so well for abc news. she was toasted at 30,000 feet with this big cake on air force one. hey, she even got a private tour from president obama. we love ann so much. ann tweeted these pictures of her getting on marine one, air
force one for the last time. that is so ann. she doesn't care. hair is blowing. we love you, congratulations and all the best. >> what else is so ann is she got the question at the press conference today and was all business. of course, president obama on that strategy for isis, you see her right there. she has done such a great job for such a long time. congratulations on an amazing career. >> she's been a great mentor to so, so many of us. so incredibly gracious and kind and just so giving. >> uh-huh. >> congratulations, ann. >> got to get to ginger. damaging winds in northeast yesterday and tough stuff in the midwest today. >> exactly. and that's where we start. you can see the shelf cloud here. this is from pennsylvania just before sunset, just outside of philadelphia. there were almost 90 severe storm reports. look at this time lapse from our friends at wjla. you can see the shelf coming straight across the camera. just wildly nice pictures of it. but of course it comes along with damage. we saw lots of damage yesterday. today this is the area on alert. minneapolis back to bismarck.
hello, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. we have more sunshine today. highs are close to yesterday. look for clouds and patchy drizzle and warmer weather this weekend. here is today's temperatures, mid-to-upper 60's along the cost into fran and mid-to-upper 70's around the bay and 80's in south bay and north bay and maybe 90 in antioch. seven-day outlook shows a couple of degrees warmer saturday and
sunday >> i want to congratulate ann to and say now you get to get out of that tiny little office in the washington, d.c. bureau. it's so small. she must feel free. coming up, the mysterious death of a florida mom. her family believe he was murdered four years ago. a new witness comes forward. a snorkeler rescued moments before drowning. the exclusive interview of a mother behind the wheel when police opened fire with a minivan packed with kids. taking kids out of harm's way.
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they sprayed water on the flames to keep it from spreading. the meter was turned off and cleanup is under way. let's check the wednesday morning commute with leyla gulen. >> hasn't been going very well, eric, as we take you to pleasant hill and walnut creek, sigalert still in effect. two lanes blocked with a six to seven-car pileup. we are looking at heavy backups there as you leave concord, also pacheco along 680, 242, completely sold out at this time, just 7 miles per hour will be your top speed. here's a much better drive albeit slow as well. that is your drive across the san mateo bridge to the peninsula, about 15 minutes. when we come back, meteorologist mike nicco and the
good morning. 7:28. we have 57-minute flight arrival delays into sfo. upper 50s in the north bay, san mateo, san jose, los gatos and half moon bay. if you're going to the game today, expect more sunshine than yesterday, 68 at 12:35. 72 by the end of the game. here's your accuweather seven-day forecast. morning clouds, afternoon sunshine. steady temperatures through friday. a little warmer this weekend. [ mike ] our living local program is identifying farmers within a 50-mile radius of the stores within their community. capay valley puts some of the most beautiful heirloom tomatoes in the box and we get those to the store on the next day. it's a really great relationship when you can buy fresh, flavorful, outstanding products from your neighbor. it's our passion for produce, combined with our strong sense of community. and we're able to deliver that experience by living local.
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the tense moments and the surfer who rushed in to save him all captured on camera. >> unbelievable. and then what you can learn from princess diana about how she always looked so flawless. one of her makeup artists revealing the royal beauty secrets that you can start using this morning. all right. but we begin this half hour with the family's crusade to prove a young florida woman was murdered by her boyfriend who is a sheriff's deputy. michele o'connell's death four years ago was ruled a suicide but now her family says it has a new witness who backs up their claims she was killed. abc's matt gutman has that story. >> reporter: this morning, friends and family members of a young florida mother demanding a new investigation into how 24-year-old michele o'connell died. >> on behalf of the o'connell family we're asking for a coroner's inquest. >> reporter: a new witness coming forward on the fourth anniversary of her death. saying her then boyfriend, jeerm
economy banks, a local sheriff's deputy, came to his bar the night after she died making some unsettling remarks. >> he told me that all she ever did was let him down and make him feel bad about himself. was going to be moving on and with his life and he wasn't going to let her hold him back anymore. >> reporter: in a sworn affidavit danny harmon stating i believe that jeremy banks had something to do with miss o o'conne o'connell's death. it was initially ruled a suicide but experts later suggesting her death could have been consistent with a homicide. >> the facts didn't add up and we know michelle as an individual that would never leave her daughter ever without a mother. >> reporter: o'connell's body discovered by banks the night of her death. he was the one who dialed 911. >> hey, please get someone to my house. >> what's going on? >> please, my girlfriend, i think she just shot herself. >> she what? >> she shot herself, please.
>> reporter: the weapon involved in her death, his department issued gun. no one has ever been arrested in the case. banks' attorney deny the bar owner and he ever spoke after the death. >> my client wasn't any p where near that place the night after her death. the facts demonstrate this was a self-inflicted gunshot wound. >> reporter: without any answers, o'connell's family still searching for closure. >> michelle counted to our family. she played a role. >> reporter: for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, new york. >> thanks to matt for that. a dramatic rescue caught on camera. you see that exhausted snorkeler struggling to stay above water until he was saved by a good samaritan and rushed to help. abc's neal karlinsky has the story. >> okay. >> reporter: 55-year-old darren jenner was enjoying a perfect hawaii day. body surfing with a gopro strapped to a paddle on his hand when he suddenly heard a call for help.
>> hold on to this. >> reporter: he quickly found this man. can you see the tress in his face struggling worried he would drown. >> you can just see the look on his face. it's that look of terror. that look like i think -- i think i'm dieing. >> reporter: the man a 52-year-old from california was snorkeling far offshore when he became exhausted and panicked. jenner was the only person around and as luck would have it is a retired paramedic and volunteer lifeguard when he's not on vacation. remarkably, he was even on "gma" 11 years ago after helping save a man from a heart attack. >> okay, relax. >> reporter: he quickly faced the dual task of pulling the man in while at the same time trying to keep him calm. >> when you enter into the ocean, you're entering in basically to the wild. anything can happen. this is mother nature. >> reporter: snorkeling can be more dangerous than many tourists might imagine. two california men in their 30s drowned while snorkeling in hawaii just two weeks ago. in this case, they eventually come across a surfer.
>> can you load him on his board? >> reporter: the man was met by paramedicsen 0 the beach, tired, squared but otherwise okay. and very lucky this good samaritan was in the water with him. >> i'm definitely not a hero. the full time lifeguard, the rescue swimmers for the coast guard, those are heroes. all right. i'm just a body surfer. >> reporter: for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. >> thank goodness he's okay. to ginger with the weather. >> this stunning shot. heck this out, lightning on a lake here just north of seattle. some parts of seattle you'll see in this video had in ten minutes a half inch of rain so came through fast and furious and today now that front passed but you can see this little word up here, mountain snow. yeah, we've been seeing some of the pictures coming in so things are changing, 76 for portland and the heat staying down to the south, denver just short of a
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welcome back at 7:40 with a story that shocked the nation. police firing on a minivan with a mother and her children inside following a routine traffic stop. well, that mom and her kids are now speaking out for the very first time in an abc news news exclusive and our deborah roberts is here with the story. good morning. >> hi, oriana ferrell says she still hasn't been able to bring herself to watch that well-known video that's gone viral. it shows her in what you say was a routine traffic stop last
october in a frightening confrontation with highway police. >> i'm feeling complete and utter fear. >> reporter: it's the dash cam video seen nearly everywhere. a traffic stop gone horribly wrong. it's a day oriana ferrell and her children say they will never forget. >> i started feeling very unsafe. i thought this guy is almost creating things to maybe create a ticket. >> reporter: in her first television ticket, ferrell says she was terrified during those harrowing moments when officers wrestled her out of her minivan on this new mexico highway and shot at it as she drove away with her kids inside. >> i was feeling more and more unsafe. i started thinking about children who have been fought, families who have been shot. started thinking about trayvon mart martin. >> reporter: she says when he walks away from the car without giving her the ticket she drives away as soon as she isn't giving one. >> he gave me my license back.
think it's over, started putting out slowly. like we do from any traffic stop. >> reporter: that's when the officer chases her down. >> get out of the vehicle. get out of the vehicle right now. >> reporter: tries to pull at the re out of the car as her children scream. were you thinking at all that maybe he's angry because i pulled away. >> never thought it because i never thought i pulled away. >> reporter: she says her confusion gave way to fear when the officer tries arresting her. thinking his mom is in danger 15-year-old seek gets out of the car. >> he had his hands on her and that wasn't really okay to me. >> reporter: some kids at that point would have been terrified but you jumped right out. >> it's kind of my job. >> reporter: mopes later backup arrives. >> open the door. open the door. [ screaming ] >> reporter: a shaken ferrell speeds away. officer elias montoya fires three shots unaware of who is in the car. >> it was the most horrifying moment of my life. >> reporter: no one was hurt but ferrell says there's a lesson to
be learned. >> even if i was speeding that doesn't require being shot at at any point. even if he thought i drove off, that didn't deserve us being shot at. >> this is a thorny legal case that's far from over. officer montoya who fired those shots was actually fired from the department but he's appealing that decision. as for ferrell her lawyers say the charges against her will likely be dropped but they are awaiting that decision. meantime, she's still living in them until with her children while they sort out the legal issues surround this case. very frightening but probably more details to come once this is all ironed out. >> and the kids so composed. >> very composed in spite it. >> more tips to come out. more details. >> deborah has more details. check out her revealing interviews tonight ott "20/20." i'm sorry, it's friday. i said tonight. thank you so much. coming up here how you can get princess diana's flawless
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danger just trying to get to school. now he's serving his community just as he served his country. >> ah. >> reporter: call him the crossing guardian angel. >> he protects us and he keeps us safe. >> reporter: with hundreds of unmanned streets in the city of lancaster, pennsylvania, the students of martin luther king elementary school dodge traffic every day but when lewis alston watched the child run between moving cars, he decided to step in. >> before lewis alston came to help the children cross the street it was really hectic. even as parents it was difficult to get them to cross the street. >> reporter: a wave here, a salute here, the decorated vietnam vet proudly protects the kids every day as an unofficial crossing guard. always sporting his signature dress blues. >> this is a tight community so people that know him and just see the uniform, they respect him. >> he is inspired me to be in the military because how hardest's been fighting for our
country and our state. >> reporter: i say good morning and he says good morning right back. and i thank him for making me feel safe and making me safe crossing the street. >> ah. >> and corporal lewis alston, he joins us live from lancaster, pennsylvania. good morning, corporal. how are you? >> good morning. how are you? >> we are great. you know, take us back to the moment when you saw the kids crossing the street, what made you want to jump in. take us back to that moment. >> well, i seen it last year towards the end of the season. school was coming out and i seen a student cross in between the cars there and i said, where is the crossing guard? i said, oh, my god, we need one so i looked and we didn't have one so this past monday was first day for school and it came heavy on my heart that i need to go down there to see if there is a crossing guard and if there's not a crossing guard then i need to stand in and do it myself until we work this out. >> what do the kids say when
they see you in the morning? do they check out -- speaking of heart, you have a big heart, also you have a purple heart. do they check out your purple heart and ask you a lot of questions? >> oh, yes, sir, they do. usually i help them across and they step lively, though, but they'll say good morning to me. they'll say thank you for serving. and they'll ask me a little about my medals but got a lot of fingerprints on now because they like to touch it but that's okay. i can work that out. >> get your polish out. keep it polished up for the kids. >> yes. >> and, you know, when you first came back from vietnam there were a lot of people didn't take too kindly to soldiers in uniform. how is the response now? s>> it's remarkable now. like when we first came home it was really, you know, hard to put on a uniform because of what was going on. but today always have something veteran on like a vest which says marine corps on it, vietnam, and a lot of ones will come up and say, thank you, sir, for serving and if it's a marine
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. breaking news out of pittsburgh this morning. an arrest has been made in a deadly hit-and-run accident. police say this silver chevy pickup drove out to a sidewalk at willow pass road and hit a woman as she walked her dog sunday night. she later died. police notified her family of the arrest earlier this morning. hotter or cooler today, mike? >> how about both. close to yesterday. that means we could be a couple degrees cooler in some areas, a couple degrees warmer. san jose 81, santa rosa, 80, napa 82, antioch the warm spot at 90. accuweather seven-day forecast, how about warmer saturday and sunday. leyla? mike, san jose a busy drive
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♪ so wake me up good morning, america. it's wednesday and we've got bundles of love times two. conjoined identical twins about to head into surgery. why their family says these 10-month-old fighters are little miracles. ♪ and the beauty secrets of the people's princess. one of diana's makeup artists speaks out for the first time ever. how one of the most famous women in the world always looked so flawless. ♪ suddenly i see cracking the code on price tags. how to unlock hidden discounts at your favorite stores as you start your fall shopping. all that and darius rucker and little big town here live as we say -- >> good morning, america! whoo-hoo! ♪
>> oh, it is our kind of night. country music superstars darius rucker, little big town, they're here. they're live here with us in times square. how are you doing? oh, my goodness. one of my favorite mornings when we have these nominations coming out and darius rucker is going to sing, perform for us. the "gma's" exclusive announcement. we're revealing the nominees in the hottest categories for the country music association awards and there's darius. >> he lights up the place whenever he is here. speaking of music what's your pick for song of the summer? lots to choose from and, lara, you have an answer. >> i do? numbers have been crunched but before we reveal it in "pop news" we want you guys to let us know your pick. using #socialsquare, really want to know. there are certain songs that remind you of june, july, august. i can remember them from years past that we still sing.
let us know your thoughts and, michael, what do you have. >> i'm told this is the hottest new accessory. >> i'm glad you brought that up. >> a temporary jewelry tattoo and beyonce is wearing them so, you know, beyonce is in good company. she's following you. we'll show you how to wear them at least someone will show you how to wear them. >> my girls were actually able to put one on my dad last night. >> oh, really. >> they love this stuff. >> i can just see your dad. >> here, george. >> take these. >> thank you. thank you very much. this is great. amy, you have news. >> that's right. we begin with president obama speaking directly this morning about the growing threat to america from isis fighters in syria and iraq. arriving in europe today the president confirming the authenticity of the isis video showing the murder of a second american hostage. 31-year-old journalist steven sotloff calling it a horrific act of violence. >> whatever these murderers think they'll achieve by killing innocent americans like steven, they have already failed.
we will not be intimidated and those who make the mistake of harming americans justice will be served. >> but behind those words the president did appear to back-track on the u.s. response to isis going from using the term "destroy" to merely shrinking isis down to a manageable problem. also breaking overnight encouraging news from another major conflict zone. ukraine. this morning russia and ukraine agreed on a strategy for a cease-fire although there is no sign that pro-russian rebels will go along with it. we expect to learn more about the third american infected with the deadly ebola virus. he worked at a hospital in liberia and we're told he is isolated but in good spirits. and today is sentencing day in a high-profile murder case near detroit. theodore wafer was recently convicted of second degree murder for shooting a 19-year-old woman on his porch. she was unarmed and had knocked on his door after a car crash. wafer claimed self defense.
but a judge minutes ago handed down a minimum 17-year prison sentence. and organizers of the annual st. patrick's day parade in new york, the largest in the world say they will now allow gays to march next year under their own banner for the first time. the mayor and some sponsors pulled out of the event last year when gays were restricted. well, this morning they're being called the bumbling bandits. this might up the dumb criminal thing. here these three guys were caught in the camera trying to whack their way into an atm using an ax. when that didn't work they tried a crowbar. guess what, still no luck, the next day they turned up at another atm with a bobcat to carry away the machine but the atm was too heavy and the bobcat tipped over. >> oh, my gosh. >> the suspects still on the run and hopefully embarrassed. all right. finally, so much for the british stiff upper lip. this palace guard decided to break tradition and break out with some comical moves there keeping watch over buckingham pal rass and performs a series
of antics, slowing down, speeding up. we saw him spinning there. the crowd loved it. but the royal military brass not so much. he could now face disciplinary action. it's against the rules but it was fun while it lasted. >> no way that's allowed. >> maybe he didn't want to keep that job. >> right. >> i'm tired of -- i know one way to get out of here. >> good thinking. right. all right. switching gears, this is such a happy story, though, a medical miracle in the making. conjoined twins born in april could soon have their own lives. doctors have given the parents the terrific news that separating the girls is possible and they are optimistic both girls will be just fine. they are bundles of love times two and this morning the world is finally getting to meet natalie hope and add adeline faith mata. >> i'm so happy.
just a miracle. >> reporter: born in april the born identical conjoined twins weighed 3 pounds each. now tipping the scales at 10 pounds apiece doctors are preparing to surgically separate the girls by the end of the year. >> that's really just to give them time to grow and they definitely are growing so as long as they stay healthy, no other health problems come up. our doctor has a 99% chance of surviving being okay being normal. >> reporter: but the surgery won't be easy. the sisters share a liver, die photograph, percen pericardk and intestens. >> they're joined at the abdomen and at the chest and they share a chest wall which is kind of tough because that's important to keep your lungs expanded and their chest wall doesn't work normally. they may share some lung. it's hard to tell. >> reporter: fighters from day one. their families say knatalye hope and adeline faith are going to be just fine. >> they are little miracles.
you can't have faith without hope and you can't have hope without faith. if we lost one, we lose the other. so they're not going anywhere. >> no, they're not. >> gorgeous girls. >> i tell you what -- >> that was such a great story over in the social square now. >> thank you very much. and, yes, i'm in social square and here's what's coming up on your "gma morning menu" beginning with "pop news." the numbers have been crunched and we now do have the song of summer and we want to hear your, by the way, your personal pick. and princess diana's royal beauty secrets. one of her makeup artists now sharing the secrets that you can use to look so glamorous and in "gma investigates," how to spot the best deals at major retailers and then darius rucker, little big town here for the cma award nominations. hi, everybody. stay with us. we are very live in times square. ♪ "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by nexium. new nexium "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by nexium. new nexium 24 hour, now available without a prescription. ♪
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so what's popping. >> all right, what's popping is an exclusive reveal of billboard's 2014 songs of summer. so any guesses, you guys what the song of summer is? you have a favorite? >> "rude." >> that's on there. no? >> amy. >> she's thinking. >> all this pressure i can't think of a song now. what happened to me. >> tell a joke. >> oh, no, i can't think of one. >> so tell us. >> i shall. number three is "far from a problem." love that song. "problem." >> i do like that. >> number two song is magic! "rude." by magic. i can't stop singing that. that was so fun having them on the show, and then number one slot going to another artist who came to sing on "gma," iggy
azalea's "fancy." >> good one. >> that song hit top billboard list for seven cooks. she is on quite a run. congratulations and there you go. now you have ear worms. you'll be singing all day. hey, i know, i'm being a little -- well, it's a penn state story. this is online. penn state's mascot the nittany lion may want to watch his back. sneezy the squirrel is burrowing her way into hearts. this wild but incredibly tame female squirrel, so relaxed among humans, that she will allow one opportunity to dress her up and pose her for photos like these. her facebook page, sneezy's has over 22,000 that beats out the nittany lion's page. that was st. patrick a day. always a fun one on the penn state campus. the student -- not that i would know, mom. i was in the library. the student offering sneezy, all she needs is a peanut or two and
mary lets her run off on the main lawn to do they are thing in her favorite oak tree. >> how did she get -- >> we'll buy all that. >> how did she -- that's a trained squirrel. >> sneezy is very talented. >> aren't you receiving an honor from your alma mater. >> the grand marshal of penn state's homecoming this year and let me tell you when i was back at penn state, never did i think that would happen. >> that's a great honor. >> i always had a lot of fun at homecoming. now i will be leading the charge. >> but you can't drink 48 hours ahead of time. it'll make sense later. it'll make sense later. >> no. >> and finally, everybody, david hasselhoff has been reunited with his sidekick kitt. from the '80s tv show, "knight rider." you remember. this time the hoff is filming a commercial for samsung's smart home and kitt, the original smart car, well, he is a little bit jealous. >> everything is seamlessly connected. ow!
>> i haven't been connected since 1982. >> the hoff no stranger to advertising and doing it well. his gig with cumberland farms was such a huge hit it caused a crime wave, get it, crime wave. they -- on the beach. of hoff cutouts being stolen from the stores. we actually covered that back when gaa was alive and well. >> i saw david hasselhoff in sweden. i walked out of my hotel room. he's walking to his room. >> seriously. >> we had a nice conversation. >> he's huge in sweden. he's huge. >> i thought it was germany he's huge. >> no, he's huge there too. >> all of europe. >> i was not hassling the hoff. >> you got it in there. >> i got it in there. >> right. that's "pop news." >> all right. lara. you sure like that tattoo. >> this is another tease of something to come. >> that's right. >> you're committed now. >> "heat index" coming up but time now for ginger, another check of the weather. >> oh, robin, we have a great crowd out here. i can hardly hear you. david, his 50th birthday. you have a brother in kansas
city. what's his name? >> philip. >> you woke up to this. look what he had to deal with. the storms this morning making their way through kansas city, heavy rain too. please be careful, everybody, there in the center of the nation. a whole lot more coming up on the tropical storms that we're following and the flash flood rip currents possible there. hello, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. we have more sunshine today. highs are close to yesterday. look for clouds and patchy drizzle and warmer weather this weekend. here is today's temperatures, mid-to-upper 60's along the cost into fran and mid-to-upper 70's around the bay and 80's in south bay and north bay and maybe 90 in antioch. seven-day outlook shows a couple of degrees warmer saturday and >> we're just taking selfies. let's go ahead and get back inside. lots of pictures to take.
>> time for "heat index." thank you, ginger. we're going to talk about gym workouts. you've all had slumps but one of the top stories on the "wall street journal" website a few tips on how to avoid off days. the first tip, eat simple and carb centric foods before a taxing workout. your body needs the fuel. that cuts against the low carb diets we talked about. >> also if you have a little competition coming up, try avoiding alcohol 48 hours before -- >> what are you laughing at. >> wonder if michael maintains that? >> sure. absolutely. >> try to maintain a healthy sleep and exercise routine. that makes a lot of sense. switch up your workouts from getting bored and if you have a bad day it's going to happen. >> yeah. >> at times my legs feel like they weigh 1,000 pounds. >> i like the last one, switch it up so you don't get bored. >> that no alcohol thing does make a lot of sense. >> even though you laughed at it.
you scoffed at it. >> before your big tennis match, come on. also this morning, as summer comes to a close and students head back to school @%÷ lots are seeing fall as a time to start fresh. "shape" magazine is sharing a few pointers for how to make your own autumn resolutions. similar to new year's resolutions but they start in september. experts say fall is a more natural time to get serious about making lifestyle changes. >> agree with that. >> write down your goals, like starting with an early bedtime, trying out new activities, and i agree because you think -- hard when the school season starts. >> i just told my kids, you guys are going to bed earlier and i am too starting tonight. it makes sense. >> i want them to go to bed earlier. they're going to stay up later an i'm going to bed earlier. >> it's like it's two times a year i can fail at my resolutions. >> oh, no, no. >> i always make them. >> they say that january you could reassess. >> oh, okay. >> great idea. >> reassess, ah. >> i'll concentrate on reassessing. >> that you are.
we want to know what your autumn resolution is. tweet us using the #socialsquare. let's hear from you. >> mine is i won't drink 48 hours before any physical activity. how about that? also on our "heat index," people are getting real kicks out of this one. it's a serious sneaker rebot featured in "the new york times." check these out. at first glance they look just like your average tennis shoe but they're made out of tyvek which is like paper. tyvek is normally used for labels and book jackets. but now, they're making tennis shoes out of these. they're entering the fashion world. it's environmentally friendly. it's lightweight. it's water resistant and it's relatively sturdy. >> i was going to ask do they give an idea how long it lasts. >> it lasts about a year. they say do not -- they don't suggest running in these. yeah, but if you want to look good and walk around -- >> they look nice. >> what size are those?
>> if they fit you -- because i'm not getting my foot cut off to get into that thing?n. f size 10. >> all right then. >> there you go. you're all over it. >> thank you very much. thank you. we've got -- i actually -- i actually wondered when they're going to start making dresses or suits out of that. i actually would like a suit out of that. one for me and one for george. >> you wait on that. okay. >> fashion forward, george. that's where we're going. >> environmentally friendly. >> exactly. all of the above. well next up in the "gma heat index," princess diana's beauty secrets. one of lady di's makeup artists is speaking out for the first time revealing the tricks that help make diana so beautiful and so timeless. abc's lama hasan has the tips you can use right now. ♪ >> reporter: she was one of the most photographed women in the world. princess diana was a glamorous global fashion icon. >> she was an incredibly beautiful woman. she had these amazing long limbs that went on forever. she wore clothes incredibly beautifully and was always stylish and elegant. >> reporter: so how did she do
it? this morning makeup artist mary greenwell is opening up. >> she had this amazing skin. she was known for her beautiful skin. because you have to put the makeup on you put on the makeup, the concealer, the eye shadow, the whole regime to give you that polished look. but why don't i do something on you? >> go i have me the royal treatment. >> yeah. ♪ la la la i'm putting on a dress and some diamond studded shoes ♪ >> reporter: as greenwell is giving me the royal treatment, she spills some of diana's beauty secrets. >> she realized her best features were her eyes and she had amazing bone structure and gorgeous skin, and she was so young. she didn't need a strong amount. she wanted a nude mouth and a south mouth. ♪ >> reporter: greenwell began working with the princess in 1991 on a "vogue" shoot creating this timeless look. helping princess diana establish her signature look. >> this one, for example, which is very typical of what i would use on diana sort of soft
browns, muted browns, those kind of tones that are within one's own skin color to bring out her blue eyes. >> reporter: as well as makeup, greenwell recently launched her own perfume. >> she always, always wore fragrance always which is a huge thing in a woman's life. >> reporter: so, ladies, if you want to get the people's princess flawless all you need is -- >> mascara without a doubt. soft palette like this one i'm using on you right now and then probably a really good light foundation. >> reporter: and as for me and my royal treatment -- >> look at you. look how beautiful you look. >> thank you, you did it. it's your work. >> reporter: for "good morning america," lama hasan, abc news, london. >> she does look beautiful. now we continue with "gma" investigates, the secrets to finding the best prices at your favorite stores. abc's cecilia vega has our story. ♪
>> reporter: this is a secret hidden in plain sight. >> gosh, that's cheap. >> reporter: a shopping code cracked for "gma investigates" right there embedded in price tags at some of the nation's most popular retailers. shopping guru kyle james. he's the brains behind ratherbeshopping.com. a website devoted to online coupons. he says he's uncovered pricing patterns at 14 national chains and counting. all to help consumers know when and how to spot a good deal. >> according -- >> reporter: using hidden cameras "gma investigates" and kyle go bargain hunting to spot savings in places you'd never think to look, right on the price tag. first stop, home depot where james says sometimes the secret codes are color coded. >> see that represents a clearance product. >> reporter: at many stores he says the key to savings is in the last two digits of the price.
at home depot, he said prices ending in 06, means six weeks until the next markdown. prices ending in 03 mean three weeks until markdown, the chain's best deal. james turned to his secret code cracking weapon for confirmation. the store employees. >> you're not supposed to know that. >> reporter: this employee agreed to share in silhouette another store secret from home depot. sometimes the price is adjustable if there is a customer service issue. >> every employee has up to a $50 adjustment that they're eligible to give to a customer if it's warranted. >> reporter: next stop, target. at target, james says prices end inning in 98, 88, 04 and mean clearance items. no know how much you're saving may need a magnifying glass.
>> in the corner that is 70% off the original price. >> reporter: the good news is if target has a lot of product inventory chances are prices will drop even more. so what's the rule of thumb in how long you should wait? >> employees mark things down every 10 to 14 days. >> reporter: one possible reason for pricing codes. >> a lot of times stores do this so that it makes it easier for employees when they're stocking shelves. >> i love that. little trick. thanks to cecilia vega and target said the ending digit of a clearance price is determined by several factors. it's not possible to determine the final markdown or timing of the price change and then both home depot said they will not discuss details of their pricing systems, but we do have some throu clues. coming up the cma nominations. those are being revealed by darrius rucker and little big town, stay with us.
good morning. i'm kristen sze. breaking news out of the east bay. the person responsible for a fatal hit-and-run is in custody. the arrest comes hours after the surveillance tape was released. last sunday this truck struck the woman who was walking her dog. 50-year-old michelle bass of bay point later died. let's see how your morning commute is going with leyla gulen. >> it's been a very tough morning. take your ride into san jose, we have this accident in the center divider so it doesn't block any lanes, northbound highway 85. a little closer to 280. as we take you over to the santa cruz mountains, sigalert long since cleared. there was three separate accidents northbound highway 17 near lowell curve but we're
accuweather seven-day forecast, morning clouds, afternoon sunshine. pretty steady temperatures through friday with a little [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 'cause i didn't know i needed you so and letting you go was wrong ♪ ♪ and baby i know you got your radio on so this is my come back song ♪ ♪ yeah love his voice. there is darius rucker singing his chart-topping hit "come back song." he's got a brand-new album coming out next year and will perform the first single off that live. >> cannot wait for that. he is not here alone. he's with little big town in the social square,
and they'll reveal the cma award nominations. >> great to see them here. a huge week of live events and tomorrow we're revealing the new cast for "dancing with the stars." so looking forward to seeing who will go for that mirrorball this year. that's happening tomorrow live on "gma." george. >> well, we're going to talk about robin. special announcement this morning. the kickoff of rockin' robin productions. tell us a little about it. [ cheers and applause ] it'll cover everything, news, documentaries, entertainment, sports. >> of could go the whole gamut and, first of all, i'm thinking about my mom and dad because they wanted me to do this, to be on the creative up end of things and in broadcasting for more than 30 years, so excited about this. when i mentioned it last night people thought, are you going to be on "dancing with the stars." that's not the big reveal but the production company beginning tomorrow with espnw. >> and talking to michael sam. >> talking with michael sam. espnw. it's in the game and first person up is michael sam and pending a physical that he's
taking with the dallas cowboys, he'll become a part of their practice squad but i talked to him about so much more than football and he is a determined young man and also talked with laila ali, her father muhammad ali talking about him and amy purdy, who is an inspiration as well so excited about the espnw series from the production company that starts tomorrow. >> that's awesome, robin. congratulations. and i love the rockin' robin website. >> robynrobin.tv. you have an encouraged blog. >> rockin'robin.tv. i wasn't hip enough for dotcom. but .tv. this is all this programming is about inspiration and doing a thanksgiving special about gratitude but encourage is a blog where you know very well how many people come up to us and share their stories of inspiration, so it's a place where we can inspire and encourage one another, but i need to say thank you, thank
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♪ it's my kind of night >> time for the big reveal. we have been waiting all morning to find out who could be singing pretty at the cma awards. joining us to announce the nominees, darius rucker, and little big town. here they are. nice to have you all here, darius. you going to start us off. >> the nominees for volkle group of the year, eli young band, lady antebellum. my people, little big town, the band perry, the zac brown band
and those are the nominees for vocal group of the year. >> we have the nominees for album of the year. >> yes. >> "crash my party," luke bryan. "fuse," keith urban. "platinum" miranda lamb behr. >> "riser," dirks bentley. >> the outsiders." eric church. those are the nominees for album of the year. >> congrat, everybody. [ applause ] >> now the nominees for female vocalist of the year are -- miranda lambert, martina mcbride, casey must graves, taylor swift and carrie underwood. those are the nominees for female vocalist of the year. [ cheers and applause ] >> awesome. >> and the nominees for male
vocalist of the year go dierks bentley starts it off. >> luke bryan. >> eric church. >> blake shelton. >> and mr. keith urban. >> yeah. >> those are your nominations for male vocalist of the year. >> all right. >> bring us on home. >> nominees for entertainer of the year are luke bryan, miranda lambert, blake shelton, i want to be in that household. george strait and keith urban. >> all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh. >> and those are all the nominees, i know you're going to have more for us and a live press conference we'll talk about. george strait, again, nominated. that is his 83rd nomination. >> wow. >> can you believe that? >> yeah. >> and counting. >> one last year but congratulations little big town. i mean, come on. you have been -- you have been nominated in this category since 2006 and are the reigning champs. no pressure. >> no pressure at all.
>> how does it feel when you hear your name mentioned again? >> i got so nervous just hoping -- let us be on there again. thank you. i told him he had to say it whether we were on it or not. he had to say it. >> that was part of the deal? that was part of the deal. darius, i know you have new music coming out you'll play for us. you didn't have anything out that qualified for the nominations. what do you think of these. >> i love it. i love going -- those award shows are so much fun. we all hang out and have a great time and i love seeing everybody and all the music. i love being a part of the whole country music world. >> i've enjoyed going to the awards and it's such a family atmosphere. that category, best female vocalist. whoo! that's a tough one, you know, when you look at miranda and martina -- >> kacey. >> the fact that they have won three times -- four times and that if carrie wins she'll become part of that four time with reba mcentire.
>> taylor. >> and taylor swift is in that category as well. what do you think of that? ♪ >> because we -- yeah, we could hear -- see some history. >> yeah. >> coming up in november. >> hey, you guy, you'll be back with us in october because you have your new music coming out there and i heard -- you talk about it. you're so excited bit, aren't you, respect you, jimmy? >> we are. we went back in and worked with jay joyce again who produced the last record and we couldn't be more thrilled. we're just champing at the bit ready to get the music out there. >> "painkiller." i had a few of those drinks down in key west but what is it about this new album that has you guys beaming, kimberly? >> i think -- i think it's, you know, little big town but it's -- we pushed ourselves. i think ourselves musically and vocally and this record makes you feel good. it's all around feel good. >> darius, you make us feel good. what will you sing inside. >> my new single "home grown
honey." i wrote with it charles kelly from lady antebellum. >> i love when you drop names like that. >> just some friends. >> we'll hear you sing in a moment. see the 48th annual cma awards live on november 5th right here on abc. brad and carrie will be hosting for the seventh time and, wait. darius and little big town will also be announcing the rest of the nominees at a live press conference at 10:00 a.m. eastern but thanks for stopping by here and we'll have you back to sing in october. darius and little big town will be taking your questions on twitter. devote us using the #darius or #lbt. darius is going to sing when we come back live. are you ready for that? >> i'm ready. i'm ready.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> we got another crowd pleaser. darius rucker performing in a special concert across the street tonight. where are you going? >> you were right -- >> because i thought it was then you were talking about something he. >> best buy theater. >> yeah, yeah, i know. i got your schedule. we got him right here right now a new album coming out early next year and this is a lead single. hey, guy, this is the lead single off that umbrella about. here's "homegrown honey." ♪ ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ sitting at a bar in new york city everybody here looking new york pretty ♪ ♪ but you're the kinda girl that's got that something dancing to the groove like it just ain't nothing ♪ ♪ they ain't never seen nothing quite like you long stem legs in your cowboy boots ♪ ♪ throwing back whiskey straight no water girl there ain't nothing hotter ♪ ♪ ooh i dig the way that you move you shake it down to your roots ♪ ♪ did your momma teach you how to do that thing you do yeah nothing sweeter than wild ♪ ♪ i'll take a sip of that smile i'll bet the boys at home can't leave you alone ♪ ♪ you little homeground honey honey honey you're so money money money ♪ ♪ you got a country road carolina soul baby you're just so homegrown ♪
♪ ♪ trying to think of something cool to say turned around and saw you walking my way ♪ ♪ pulled me on the floor saying son it's on and we were dancing all night long ♪ ♪ to a sweet old alabama song ooh baby the way that you move dancing to the droof did you are momma teach you how to do that thing you do yeah nothing sweeter than wild ♪ ♪ i'll take a sip of that smile i'll bet the boys at home can't leave you alone you little homegrown honey honey honey ♪ ♪ you're so money money money you got a count road carolina soul ♪ ♪ baby you're just so homegrown
yeah ♪ ♪ baby baby baby baby you're driving me crazey crazy crazy i'm a long way away from where i'm from but baby you feel like home ♪ ♪ ooh i dig the way that you move you shake it down to your roots did your momma teach you how to do that thing you do ♪ ♪ yeah nothing sweeter than wild i'll take a sip of that smile ♪ ♪ i'll bet the boys at home can't leave you alone you little homegrown honey honey honey ♪ ♪ you're so money money money ♪ you got a country road carolina soul baby you're just so homegrown ♪ ♪ you're so money money money
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little big town. i'm telling you, karen, jimmy, kimberly, where's philip? wonderful to have you all here and 10:00 a.m. eastern you'll reveal the other nominations for the cpa awards, right? you ready to do that? great you stopped here first. >> big day here tomorrow as well we'll reveal the whole new cast of "dancing with the stars." there it is right there. whole cast revealed tomorrow right here on "gma." >> okay, who's in? who's in? [ laughter ] >> nobody is raising their hands. have a good one, everyone.
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