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good morning, america. breaking overnight, taking back the streets. thousands of police and national guard enforcing the state of emergency in baltimore. an entire city so on edge, a major league baseball game about to be played in an empty stadium. and, the mother who plucked her son from the middle of a riot speaking out this morning about the slap heard round the world. >> i don't want him to be a freddie gray. new overnight, cockpit chaos. dozens of american airlines flights grounded after the pilots' ipads stopped working right before takeoff. how did a bad app paralyze the airline? >> panic at the school. terrified students evacuated when a 16-year-old opens fire. and the hero teacher who tackled the student, ripped the weapon out of his hands. the teacher speaking only with "gma" this morning.
and wait until you see this. daredevils leap off one of the tallest buildings in the world. pulling off breath-taking stunts. backflips, pyramids, jumps. wild free-falls like you have never seen. and good morning, america. happy wednesday. that b.a.s.e. jump is unbelievable. look at this. more than 500 people from the princess tower in dubai, one of the world's tallest buildings. you won't believe this. >> ginger's got this. come on, you got this. >> make that 501. >> that's later. we begin in baltimore. it was calmer last night, after all the violence on monday. thousands of police and national guardsmen out on the streets. >> so many in baltimore doing their part to restore order and calm to their city.
this image, really incredibly striking. a young boy offering an officer in riot gear a bottle of water. abc's jim avila is outside orioles stadium, where they have made a decision to play ball inside an empty stadium today. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, robin. it is a baseball first. the chicago white sox and the baltimore orioles to square off today in day baseball with no fans. the stadium empty. security concerns making it impossible to play baseball in public. baltimore took back its streets overnight. employering numbers. still some protesters refusing to leave. some throwing bricks and bottles at police. authorities firing smoke canisters and pepper balls to disperse the crowd. all this, just 40 miles from the
white house, where the president hosted a state dinner for japan's prime minister. after the president earlier in the day lashed out at those clashing with police. >> that is not a protest. that is not a statement. it's people -- a handful of people taking advantage of a situation for their own purposes. and they need to be treated as criminals. >> reporter: all day long, the community and police worked to calm things down, changing the tone dramatically. peaceful protesters keeping the troublemakers and cops apart. but overnight, more protests erupted across the country. marchers in chicago and in ferguson, a port-a-john lit up on the street, while freddie gray's family calls for calm. >> the rioting won't help the cause. in fact it won't do anything other than distract from the real issue. >> reporter: only handful of arrests on tuesday. baltimore eases back to normalcy
playing day baseball with 35,000 empty seats. public schools reopened today. as well as public buildings. they play baseball here at camden yards with no fans. as baltimore struggles to hold on to the calm. george? >> okay, jim. thank you very much. one of the most powerful images from the riots, that mom who pulled her son out of the chaos. instantly becoming a hero to so many. we're hearing from her this morning. steve osunsami is in baltimore with that. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. take a look behind me. police in riot gear standing guard outside that cvs where the rioting and the looting in the city began. there were many teenagers here, tearing this city to pieces on live television. and many of their parents were at home watching and reacting. >> take that [ bleep ] mask off. >> reporter: it's the mother's outrage seen around the world. >> you want to be out here doing this dumb stuff? >> reporter: toya graham just spotted her son on live television.
throwing rocks at baltimore police. she got down there and knocked the thug right out of him. >> i was angry. i was shocked. you never want to see your child out there doing that. he said, ma, my instinct was to run. he knew. he knew he was in trouble. >> reporter: many parents are calling her their hero. someone who held their child accountable. in middle of riots that burned parts of the city. she told cbs she wasn't trying to become famous. she just wanted her 16-year-old son, michael, off the streets. >> he gave me eye contact. not even thinking about cameras or anything like that, that's my only son. and at the end of the day, i don't want him to be a freddie gray. >> reporter: celebrities online delivering the same message. former super bowl mvp ray lewis -- >> get off the streets! violence is not the answer! >> reporter: dozens of teens are now under arrest. police will arrest more once they identify the faces. toya graham says she hopes her teenage son won't be one of
them. that's why she did what she did. >> i'm just grateful i was able to get him home. i hope he understands what was going on. >> reporter: in the downtown neighborhoods where the rioting started, a community effort continues. volunteers are cleaning up. >> i wept for my city. this morning, i'm cleaning for my city. >> reporter: we're reminded there are real issues. for young black people in this city. high among them is the sense that policing here is unfair. we were told by many that we can't begin to pray for peace until we first pray for justice. robin? >> steve, thank you. we'll have more on baltimore in our 8:00 hour. now to the bad app that grounded dozens of flights. american airlines experiencing major delays because of a problem with pilot ipads. david kerley is at reagan national with the story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning. you know how you felt when you
left your phone at home or it's not working, that may be the feeling of the american airlines pilots. because their ipads have stopped working. they've become very important. you've seen the pilots in years past lugging around big cases that contain all the maps that they have of the runways that they might land at the airports. around the country. they can download their flight plans onto those ipads. they stopped working last night. for a couple of dozen flights. and people started tweeting. one said the pilot just told us his ipad is broke and navigation app doesn't launch. #seriously? the pilots' ipads can't retrieve the flight plans. a couple of dozen flights, it was all a problem with the application on the ipads. >> a lot of people going, huh, pilots using ipads? what is the airline saying this morning? >> reporter: this is a third party app. the airline says some of the pilots had to bring the planes back to the gates to get a wi-fi connection to download software to fix the app. it was a problem with the outside app. nothing else. no safety concern.
you want the maps before you take off. >> absolutely. david, thank you. >> i want them to have maps. the devastation in nepal. the death toll now topping 5,000. they're hoping to find survivors, like this man pulled from the rubble nearly four days after the quake. terry moran is in nepal with the latest. good morning, terry. >> reporter: it's around 100 hours since the earthquake struck. these rescue efforts are now recovery efforts. at this christian church scores were killed here. there are still extraordinary moments of hope. we witnessed one last night. >> yes. >> reporter: miracles can happen. a young man pulled from the rubble nearly four days after the quake. a heroic rescue team from france and nepal working for hours by flashlight in the utter dark racing against time. and we were there. rescuers are telling us the young man inside is trapped by a large beam that has crushed his leg. they're using this generator to power tools to cut through the beam and free him.
the generator needs gas. the rescuers on edge as the hours go by. >> i hope that we can save his life. >> reporter: you hope you can save his life? >> yeah, we hope. >> reporter: then, there he is. 28-year-old rishi canal, free at last. just after 10:00 p.m. more than 80 hours since the earthquake. after an incredible, all-day effort, this team has brought this young man out of this building. and he's alive. >> you want the light? >> reporter: as medics put him in the ambulance, they ask for the help of our camera light. to insert an iv and rush fluids in him. in the hospital this morning, he says, i kept banging against the rubble and finally someone responded and came to help. he says he was surrounded by the dead, trapped, dehydrated. his nails went white and his lips cracked. he had given up hope until last night. the gift of life. as the recovery efforts get under way here, they need so much. especially in the rural areas
among the poorest in asia. one thing we know about the nepalese, they have an incredible spirit. >> that they do. thank you. now to a plan to take the american embassy in saudi arabia. authorities in the country say 93 people with suspected ties to isis have been arrested in a major roundup. brian ross is here with more. >> reporter: good morning. u.s. and saudi officials this morning are calling it a significant victory, disrupting the attack on the u.s. embassy in the saudi arabian capital city of riyadh. this is what they feared. an attack like the one that took place in 2004 in saudi arabia. five people were killed as the attackers were repelled. the target this time was the u.s. embassy. saudi officials said they arrested dozens of people who attempted to set up an isis cell there. and wage an attack against the u.s. given the importance of saudi
arabia, a successful attack inside the kingdom would have been a major blow. >> thank you, brian. now to the landmark day at the supreme court. same-sex marriage at stake. is it protected by the constitution? the key question. with so much passion boiling over outside the court, the justices weighed the law and history inside their chambers. jon karl was there and he joins us now. good morning, jon. >> reporter: george, you could sense the history in that courtroom. through 2 1/2 hours of probing and sometimes surprising questions from the justices. and one very loud outburst. the arguments about legalizing same-sex marriage could be heard outside the supreme court. >> it's not going to take -- >> do you think -- >> reporter: and inside. one protester dragged out of the court for interrupting the proceedings. >> if you support gay marriage, then you can burn in hell. >> reporter: that prompted this quip.
>> it's rather refreshing, actually. >> reporter: john roberts is considered a likely no vote on marriage equality. this is the way he broke down the issue. >> if sue loves joe and tom loves joe, sue can marry him and tom can't. why isn't that a straightforward question of discrimination? >> reporter: justice kennedy seemed skeptical of changing the definition of marriage as one man and one woman. >> this definition has been with us for millennia. it's difficult for the court to say, oh, well, we know better. >> reporter: he was critical of the notion put forward by the other side. the primary purpose of marriage is to have children. >> you had some premise that only opposite-sex couples can have a bonding with a child. that was very interesting. it's a wrong premise. >> reporter: it was impossible
to gauge where justice kennedy will come down. some of the other justices were hard to read as well. we won't know their decision until the end of the court on june 30th. now to the trial of the man who killed a dozen people inside a colorado movie theater three years ago. the jurors heard frantic 911 calls from that night. wrenching testimony from survivors. clayton sandell has more, joins us from colorado this morning. good morning, clayton. >> reporter: good morning, robin. prosecutors had warned the jury this trial would be like a roller coaster through the worst haunted house they could imagine. that ride is just beginning. for the first time, the jury hearing 911 call that recorded the pure terror in theater 9. >> there are people dead everywhere. one of the guys who came here is dead. oh, my god. which way do we go? >> reporter: somewhere in the chaos, the youngest victim, 6-year-old veronica moser-sullivan there with family friend. kaelin bailey.
>> i was hearing gunshots. and the movie, the movie was still playing. people were screaming. >> reporter: bailey's call to 911 also played in court. >> we need to start chest compressions. i'll walk you through the steps. >> i can't hear. >> ma'am, we need to start cpr. >> reporter: jurors heard from police sergeant michael hawkins. testifying about the moments he tried to save veronica. >> i found an ambulance there. they had the stretcher out. and i laid her on the stretcher. at that point, i realized she had died. >> reporter: when the gunfire finally stopped, katie medley thought her husband caleb was gone, too. >> i knew he had been shot in the head. >> reporter: she was nine months pregnant. >> i grabbed his hand. he squeezed my hand. i told him that i loved him and that i would take care of our baby if he didn't make it. >> reporter: baby hugo was born two days later. his father, critically injured,
missed it. today, caleb can't walk and has trouble speaking. holmes, who claims he was insane that night, sat quietly through gut-wrenching testimony, tethered to that courtroom floor. the defense has chosen not to cross-examine any of the witnesses so far. with 12 dead and dozens more injured, testimony is expected to go on for months. robin? now to amy with the morning's other top stories. starting with a problem in space? >> serious questions about how to get critical supplies to the crew of the international space station. here's why. look through the writing on the screen here. this is a view from a russian cargo capsule spinning out of control after an engine explosion. you can see the earth in the distance. that cargo ship is carrying food, water, and other supplies. the good news is the space station crew has extra food with them. but now it will be crucial for
the next resupply mission by the private company spacex in june to go off without a hitch. two americans are on the space station including astronaut scott kelly. girls taken hostage are safe this morning. nigerian troops rescued them from a remote hideout. unfortunately, the nearly 300 schoolgirls taken in the mass kidnapping last year were not among those rescued. back here at home, senator bernie sanders, from vermont, plans to challenge hillary clinton. for the democratic nomination. he's expected to announce his presidential campaign tomorrow. federal investigators are blaming a train operator's lack of sleep and inadequate safety precautions for this crash last year. that injured 40 people. the driver had worked for 12 consecutive days. investigators are recommending scheduling changes and automatic braking systems. twitter lost an estimated $6
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good morning, america. right now, baltimore still on edge this morning. police and national guard in the streets. and in a first, the orioles game will be played in front of an empty stadium because of security concerns. a former combat veteran in court, charged with killing two neighbors. he says he was standing his ground. prosecutors call it murder. and bruce jenner's new fight. what he's battling against now. >> as we do say good morning, america. on this wednesday morning. halfway home. hump day, hump day. a lot to get to as well. some big fun in store for you this morning. jesse palmer is here today with some vips. right? >> that's right. i'm in heaven because i'm here in the barcalounger. we have important puppies here.
"gma" unleashed. some of the most famous dogs are here. one that tops them all. we had to keep him in shadow just for now. just wait until you find out who that is. i know you can't wait, george? >> i can't tell which one is more chill, jesse or the beagle. >> they're always so well behaved, these dogs. >> the wonder of treats. >> yes. >> that's coming up later. we begin with the florida combat veteran charged with killing two neighbors. william woodward says he's protected by the stand your ground law. prosecutors are calling it murder. gio benitez is here with the story. >> reporter: he shot the men 31 times, saying he and his family felt their lives were threatened. by nasty neighbors. this morning, the prosecutors allege the killings were cold and calculated. a judge deciding if this is a stand your ground case. what started as a seemingly harmless argument between two neighbors about mail quickly escalated.
into a deadly neighborhood feud. leaving two dead. and this man, 49-year-old desert storm vet william woodward accused of killing them and shooting one other. at a neighborhood labor day party. this video shows him leaving his home. heading to his neighbor's and then -- [ gunfire ] the only survivor taking the stand. in the pretrial hearing. >> that's when i seen billy pointing the gun at me. >> reporter: police saying in documents, woodward was wearing camouflage clothing. crawling to the victims' yards telling them he was on a mission in a war zone. and the three men allegedly called him a plastic g.i. joe that night. woodward's lawyers say he should be protected by florida's stand your ground law. which allows for the right to defend himself and his family. woodward's family claims he has ptsd, telling police his neighbors were tormenting him. >> we had been tormented for months. by these people. they've been tormenting my parents.
making threats against them. they just made our life a living hell. >> reporter: six weeks before the shooting, woodward accused one of his victim's daughters of stealing packages from his door. the feud escalated to calling police and restraining orders. >> he heard the words that caused him, in his own words, to snap. we're going to do it tonight, we're going to put an end to this. >> reporter: and the judge could rule here by the end of the week. if he says woodward can use florida's stand your ground laws, the state can't pursue the murder and attempted murder charges. >> we'll see what happens. thank you. >> now to the brave high school teacher who took down a school shooter. tackling the student. potentially saving lives. neal karlinsky spoke with the hero teacher. >> reporter: it was the beginning of the school day at north thurston high school south of seattle when shots rang out. >> school resource officer has the gun in his possession. >> reporter: students raced out. evacuating in a moment of terror.
>> his facial expression is something i'll never forget. the anger and hatred in his eyes. >> reporter: meanwhile, still inside, teacher brady olson was face to face with a 16-year-old student with a gun. >> i felt i had to protect kids. i felt like i had to protect my friends. >> reporter: he invited abc news for an exclusive one on one in his home overnight. he insists he's no hero. >> i saw a threat. i had to stop it. >> reporter: police say the student was firing a handgun before heading to the cafeteria where he allegedly fired a second shot. . that's when the teacher charged him hard from his left side. >> i was able to tackle the student. i made sure to wrap my arms around him. >> reporter: as he held the student down, rather than yell at him, the popular civics teacher tried to help him. >> when it ceased to be a threat, this young man became pretty human to me. >> reporter: olson lost his wedding ring in the scuffle. something he didn't notice until it was over.
the students are praising him. as a hero. >> part-time teacher. part-time superhero. >> he's a hero. he saved all of our lives. >> reporter: for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, los angeles. >> i liked that. part time teacher, part time superhero. that was great. "speed feed" time. amy's got that. >> trending on twitter. bruce jenner and his new fight. look at the moment he showed diane sawyer his new closet. he's threatening to sue two news outlets for showing pictures of him supposedly wearing women's clothing. we noticed a big switch. the jokes used to be brutal about jenner's appearance. after diane's interview, a new vibe. listen to this. from konan o'brien's monologue
last night. >> bruce jenner, of course, big story in the news. he'll be getting his own reality show. did you know that? unfortunately, as a woman, he'll only be making 70% of what he made on his last reality show. >> that is a big change and this interview, obviously, causing a big change in dialogue. almost as important, a big change in tone. guys. wouldn't you agree? >> yes. absolutely. >> he's changed the narrative. we're focusing on the important message now. >> we are. >> that is great. how about the weather? oh, i like that. >> great photo. it's just a warning. we have two warnings for the southwest. a high surf advisory coming in and will get higher and higher toward the weekend. you could see up to ten-foot waves. this makes it look very pretty. you want to hit the beach. because the temperatures will be some 5 to almost 20 degrees above average. look at the numbers. 99 for yuma. palm springs, the century mark. fresno, 91.
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we're back at 7:42 with a miracle on a houston highway. imagine being pulled off to the shoulder of the highway when you get a call warning you there's a car coming your way. and it happened to one family. remarkable what happened. kendis gibson has more. >> reporter: the shocking moment caught on camera. a car careens into a tow truck at 50 mile an hour. >> oh [ bleep ]. >> reporter: now we're learning the dramatic details behind the jaw-dropping crash and how the victims survived without a scratch. >> it was one of the most frightening things of my entire life. >> reporter: 11:00 a.m. sunday, a family of seven on the way to church pulls over.
>> we had a flat tire. >> reporter: 11:08 a.m., the tow truck driver gets there to help. around the same time an emergency phone call. an alert driver notes a car swerving. dispatchers able to see the swerving car and realize it's on a collision course with the tow truck driver and the stranded family. with just moments to spare, they radio the truck driver, also a county employee. >> be advised, sir, we have a possible dwi that's coming into your location. stay clear of the lane. >> reporter: richards pushes the family into their vehicle while he stands against a concrete wall. bracing for impact. >> he's just driving straight towards us. it's like on a railroad. the train is coming straight at you. there nowhere to go. >> reporter: describe the sound. >> bone-chilling. >> reporter: watching on monitors, gasping, fearing the worst. >> oh, [ bleep ]. >> it's terrifying. you don't know if your guy got out of the way.
>> reporter: five tense seconds pass before they hear everyone is alive and well. this morning, the reunion between the lucky family. and their heroes who saved them. >> here's the guy that was driving the truck. >> reporter: that family made it to church on sunday with so many more thanks to give. for "good morning america," kendis gibson, abc news, houston. >> i'm sure they did make it to church on sunday. a lot to be thankful for. >> and on monday. >> who knew the cameras? the dispatcher calling? >> so fast. >> and that reckless driver told police he was texting and had been up for 24 hours. coming up, a huge '80s movie getting a reboot. wait until you hear who is onboard for this one. and pop secret. somewhat the key to writing a chart-topping hit? what some of the most popular songs ever have in common. ♪ snow ♪
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shake shake shake shake it off ♪ >> reporter: taylor swift sings the word "shake" 79 times in that hit. she was knocked off the charts by meghan trainor. ♪ i'm all about that bass bout that bass ♪ >> reporter: she sings that phrase 20 times in three minutes. >> these song climb to number one faster. >> joe is a usc professor. just had this paper published in the journal of consumer psychology. it's what he thinks helps make a hit song. >> we looked at billboard hot 100 songs. we went to 1958. ♪ let's go to the hop ♪ ♪ let's go to the hop ♪ >> all the way to 2012. ♪ we found love in a hopeless place ♪ >> and the effect holds. >> reporter: from the beatles. ♪ she loves you yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ she loves you yeah, yeah,
yeah ♪ >> reporter: to pharrell. he sang "happy" 56 times and was number one for weeks. it's in the full-proof. if my mum sang "shake it off ,"it wouldn't make it to number one. >> no. we're not saying that is the one secret ingredient. that's going to make a number one hit. >> reporter: but we now know it unquestionably helps. ♪ shake it off, shake it off ♪ ♪ headache it -- shake it off ♪ >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> i do love it. >> we can remember the words and sing along? >> probably. >> listen, it does make us happy. oh, look, amy showing her dance moves again. everybody, we also have coming up this morning, our puppy giveaway going supersize. speaking of supersize, jesse, where are you? >> they have no idea we're about to surprise their parents and surprise them with a brand-new puppy.
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good morning. i'm kristin ze. good news about 21-year-old spencer dickinson has tweeted that he was being helicoptered off the mountain. he is okay. we are going to see the sun earlier than yesterday. >> that's why it is going to be warmer everywhere but the coast. mid-60s to mid-70s around the bay. check out the heat that's coming tomorrow. 70s at the coast.
good morning, america. tough love? the mom caught on camera stopping her son from protesting, yanking him out of the riots on live tv. she's speaking out. people all across the country are talking about it. ♪ i was born this way ♪ body-shaming backlash. the bigger than life ad sparking bigger outrage. how women are fighting back to prove they're proud of what they've got. chrissy teigen's surprising reveal, showing solidarity. ♪ so wake me up when it's all over ♪ and real-life survivor. our reporter stranded on a desert island. no food or water. sharks. scorpions. rattlesnakes all around him. could you make it out? and who made michael strahan say this? >> meeting you is like meeting elvis.
>> you'll only find out right here on "gma." [ cheers and applause ] we do say good morning, america. oh, adorable. adorable. an incredible special edition of our "gma" unleashed series this morning. vip puppy edition. >> of course vip stands for very important puppy. that is the youtube sensation jesse, the jack russell terrier. look what he can do. what a jumper. he's got over 100,000 youtube subscribers. >> those three kids are hanging out with one of the most legendary dogs. as george just said on youtube. the thing is, everybody. shh. they have no idea they're going home with a puppy of their own this morning. >> that's right. jesse palmer has that lucky puppy right here.
look how cute he is. >> that's a big puppy. >> can't wait for the big moment. the doggie vips are in the barcalounge. we want that shot, too. they're getting ready for the big event. one so famous, we have to keep them from the crowd. so many surprises yet to be unleashed. this morning. >> oh. >> oh, no. >> you're going to have to give the puppy up, jesse. i'm sorry. >> she's licking my face. she likes makeup. got those puppy paws. >> she's going to be a big one. >> she is. a lucky family. >> thank you for being here. we want you to take a look at this shot of amazing women. they're about to make a strong and powerful statement this morning that you do not want to miss. >> don't want to miss that. coming up in a bit. so are the puppies. we have to get some news first from amy. we begin with the mandatory curfew in baltimore keeping virtually everyone off the streets. following monday's violent
riots. some protesters initially refused to go home and clashed with police. officers moved in quickly with tear gas to restore peace. breaking up the crowd and arresting ten people. today, schools across the city of baltimore are back open. the tension of freddie gray's death is leading to the first major league baseball game ever played in an empty stadium. the baltimore orioles will play today. the stadium will be closed to fans because of security concerns. one striking image is standing out as a symbol of hope from baltimore in the aftermath of all the chaos. you see there. the little boy handing out water. reaching out to a white police officer in riot gear. now to the earthquake disaster in nepal. an aerial view shows the immense destruction. more than 5,000 people are now confirmed dead. the first food supplies are finally reaching villages near the epicenter. the u.s. embassy saying a number of americans remain unaccounted for today. meanwhile, a man rescued from the rubble after being buried for 82 hours is saying
his nails went white. his lips cracked. he just kept banging for help until help finally arrived. back here at home, it may be time for the nation's middle school students to get a history lesson. test score out this morning show only 24% of eighth graders are proficient in history, social studies and geography. those scores showing no improvement from four years ago. most students couldn't read time zones on the map. prince william and duchess kate are celebrating their fourth anniversary today. and, anxiously awaiting the birth of their second child. sara haines is in london waiting for the baby who seems to be taking his or her sweet time entering the world. >> reporter: she may be nine months pregnant. but that didn't stop duchess kate from taking to the streets of london tuesday in a black range rover, reportedly to pick up prince george after an afternoon of swimming.
the photo has many wondering when the baby kate is carrying will make his or her debut. >> the baby is almost certainly now overdue. it will be very frustrating for william and for kate. >> more so for kate. >> the pressure from any mother that's expected from the relatives -- >> many media outlets reporting kate is now overdue. could kate be induced? medical induction rates in britain are not as high in the u.s. where 40% of births are induced. still the rates are climbing to one in four births. >> they'll be treating her as an extra special mother to be but no options will be ruled out. >> no word how this baby will make its grand entrance but when he or she does the world will be waiting.
for "good morning america" sara haines abc news london. >> our thanks to sara. taking over hollywood. the gremlins will move in a different direction. you can't feed them after mid might. right? they can't be exposed to water. >> yes. >> anyone else have another one? >> i can't believe you remembered the first two. >> do they go boop and pop and all the gremlins start multi-mying. can't way. >> i can tell. thank you, amy. >> let's go to the social square. >> be "pop news," the key to a new career that's a clue. a small change that could go a long way in helping you land that next job. then tough love. the baltimore mom seen around
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welcome back, everyone. we've been looking forward to sharing this with everyone. >> no one told me you were going to do this. >> of course not. george stopped by "the daily show" with jon stewart on tuesday. you guys kind of bonded over your bedtime. take a look. >> you got "good morning america." my audience obviously not awake for that.
>> that's all right. i won't be awake for this. >> that's right. i won't either, quite frankly. >> so much fun to be back on the show. he's winding down. gives it up in august. looking forward to spending time with the family. we'll miss him on that show. >> we certainly will. always fun when you stop on by for that. so what's popping there, lara? >> thanks for asking. we begin with this. nothing says mazel tov quite like having nicki minaj perform at your bar mitzvah. the superstar singer was hired to perform seven songs for a very lucky 13-year-old boy from new york. the lucky teen and his buds, needless to say, had their heart beats running away. nicki was the perfect role model. not only did she perform. and kept it on the, you know, up and up. she mingled with parents. she also gave a few words of wisdom, telling the kids, stay in school and be your own person. >> good for her.
viola davis is showing the world how to get away with taking over hollywood. that's right. davis, who stars on the abc show, "how to get away with murder" has nabbed another major role. producing and starring in an hbo movie about harriet tubman. who led slaves to freedom along the underground railroad. davis is keeping the details under wraps. she tweeted, stay tuned. >> and glued. it will be fantastic. whatever she does. especially such a powerful story. >> my daughter has been reading the story. it is -- so many things i didn't remember. so, looking forward to that. and nobody will do it better. and finally, guys. an interesting "pop news" investigation. i hope i have my prop. if i don't have it. okay, hold on. very important. this just in, everybody. you're going to want to take notes. especially if you're job hunting. typographers saying using the font style helvetica is the best
choice when writing your resume. citing the no-fuss font at professional, light-hearted, and honest. as for what fonts to stay away from, the old tried and true times new roman. experts say it shows zero effort or thought and compared to it showing up to an interview in sweat pants. >> come on. >> really? >> and this one. check this out. it's called comic sans. simply put, the pros say capital n capital o. unless you're applying to clown college. it looks like someone was way ahead of their time in knowing that helvetica font would create success. we found this copy of george's resume. and you, my friend -- >> what's the little dancer? >> those are called emojis, george. >> you haven't seen those yet? it's all the rage. >> i'm george. you're happy and you're ready to party.
>> that's his resume? >> it is. >> very succinct. >> and i'm here. >> that's "pop news." >> thank you. >> a nice prop. >> it sure was. "heat index" coming up. let's go to ginger. george, what a crowd out here. my new friends from new jersey. i want to start in the west. i told you we would talk about the drought. an update, at this point, we're almost 50% of california is in exceptional or the highest level of drought. these are new pictures out of irvine. warm across much of the nation. salt lake city, your area definitely affected by the drought for sure. going for 80 today.
>> let's -- don't mind us. we're just taking selfies. back indoors. first up on our "heat index" the mom who went and pulled her son out of the riots with some tough love. she's being called the mother of the year. stirring up all kinds of debate as well. linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: many of them teens. many of them masked. but perhaps none of the rioters in baltimore is as notorious as this young man. outed by his own mother. >> are you for real? really? this is what you want to do? i told you i'd come down here, didn't i? didn't i? >> reporter: this video of toya graham relentlessly pursuing her son. yelling. cursing. >> get the [ bleep ] over here. >> reporter: even hitting him going viral.
this local mom praising graham for setting the right example, speaking to abc's steve osunsami. >> i'm glad she did it. and whoever else parents went up there to do it, i'm glad they got up there and got their children and got them straight. we need more like 'em. >> reporter: overnight, celebrities weighing in, too. holly robinson peete tweeting pd are asking the parents to go get their children? awful. confused. this is an american city. and russell simmons sharing a plea of support for baltimore. as a society, we must take care of your young people, even in moments of anger. graham telling cbs news she stands by her choice to protect her son at any cost. >> at the end of the day, they're going to make their own decision. as parents, we have to follow through and make sure that's where they're supposed to be at. is he the perfect boy? no, he's not. but he's mine. i'm just grateful i was able to get him home. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> chills, chills, chills.
>> absolutely. let's talk about this with lindsay power, editorial director of yahoo! parenting. our friend, dr. janet taylor. parenting psychiatrist. what do you think? >> i mean, i think this mom did the right thing. like you were talking. this is like desperate times call for desperate measures. this mom stepped up, pulled her son out of what could be a highly charged situation. and it paid off. >> it paid off. it does bring up the question of discipline versus punishment. >> right. she's a power mom. she was saving her son. so often as parents, it's about discipline, teaching, and not punishment. she taught him a lesson he'll never forget. >> it's like when you see your kid running out in front of a crowded street, you're trying to get them to safety. that's what it reminded me of. >> some people said, she's ashamed maybe. no, she's taking control. she's desperate to save her son. >> i have to admit. i winced a little bit when i saw that, all the whacks across the head. >> right. but you know, it's one of those things where you need to make a big impact. it's a really high-powered
moment. it's not like you can just say, honey, let's stop and talk about this. it was really emotional. so she did something to grab his attention. >> tough love. tough love. she said, no, he's not perfect. but he's my kid. for her to say that. he's my son. i would gather that probably some of the other ones that were out there were like, where's my mom? that when they saw this mother coming, that some of them were probably thinking, boy. >> and teens crave limits. >> they do. >> and they crave boundaries. i'm sure a lot of kids wish their mother had the guts and love to come and extend a hand to save them. >> what is the reality shared with your four kids about things like this? >> the reality is, it's a tough world. my kids are, i have four black daughters. as much as i teach them self-esteem, they have to be aware of who they are. i try to teach them no matter what, it's about extending love and kindness. just showing love. there are situations that happen that we need to inject more love in this world. >> how do you have the
conversation with any child when they see these kind of things? they see the unrest. how do you have a conversation with them about what's going on? >> it's an important teachable moment. you can use this. talk to your children. i think it's important to say, you know, we have reported on yahoo! parenting, you don't want to live in this color blind society. it's important to talk about race and how you can -- and injustice and inequality in the world to shine a light on it. it's the first step we can make in changing and making a difference. >> true. >> good conversation. thank you both very much. up next on our "heat index" the weight loss ad sparking global backlash. it features a model in a bikini with these words, are you beach body ready? so many people are protesting the ad. some of you are showing us how you're "gma" body proud. paula faris is here with more. paula? >> reporter: lara, these ladies out here making quite a statement. we'll get to them in just a moment. that ad is not going over well. some people not just calling for
its removal. they're organizing weekend protests. the goal is for everyone to accept and celebrate that beauty and fitness come in all shapes and sizes. this morning, this bigger than life advertisement for a weight loss shake in the uk featuring a sexy blonde in a yellow string bikini is sparking an even bigger outrage. asking women in big bold letters, are you beach body ready? women calling the ad campaign sexist and body shaming. taking to social media with the viral hashtag each body's ready. this woman, charlotte, is leading the charge. >> i think fitness and health comes in more than one shape and size. and i think that, you know -- you can't kind of insinuate there's only one accepted body shape. because it's just ridiculous. ♪ >> reporter: this backlash is reminiscent of the fire storm after victoria's secret launched the perfect body campaign, starring some of their famous angels. >> the goal is to get them to
change. >> reporter: this morning, the change.org petition has been signed by more than 56,000 people. demanding protein world remove their beach body ad. in london, a protest is in the works. spearheaded by those two bloggers, who posted a photo of themselves in bikinis next to the ad with the caption, we're beach body ready, exactly as we are. this campaign just one of many inspiring women to love their bodies. >> that's something to be celebrated. >> reporter: blogger and mom of three rachel was shocked by the outpouring of support after posting this photo showing her post baby stretch marks front and center. in just an hour, the picture got 1,000 likes. >> we're shifting the perception of what a beautiful woman looks like. >> reporter: and model chrissy teigen getting props after showing off her very real stretch marks and vowing not to photo-shop them away. >> society is taking a turn. women are trying to embrace who
they are the way they are. >> reporter: and that controversial ad is coming down this morning. the company is standing by the campaign and saying it's not coming down because of the backlash. simply because the ad campaign expired. but love your lines. fat is not a failing. all across the globe in the u.s. and australia. i love it. >> we're launching "gma's" brand-new campaign this morning. #gmabodyproud. to celebrate real bodies. we're here with women doing just that. taking a stand for positive body image. they've chosen to show the way real people look. wearing their own suits right here in times square. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, ladies. i want to ask you, why did you want to be a part of this? >> as a mom of a 14-year-old son, i do have stretch marks and excess skin. but i feel i have an amazing body and i'm proud of it. >> yes, you do. >> yes, you do. >> lauren, what message did you want to send?
>> today is gmabodyproud day. no matter what, every day, you should be proud of your body. because so many people, you know, have stretch marks or -- >> we are who we are. you're beautiful. >> you look amazing. >> you're all beautiful. >> all beautiful and brave. >> give me five down the line. love these ladies. this is the hashtag. gmabodyproud. we all are. you should be. everybody can join the movement. tweet us your photos. with that hashtag. robin, back to you. >> everyone looking good, including you, lara. that little run. the hop there. next up in the "heat index" "dancing with the stars'" big tenth anniversary show. did you see this? so many of our favorites back in the ballroom. one of the year's biggest contenders getting racy with a former champ. the stars blowing us away with a breath-taking showdown. rachel smith was there for it all. ♪ >> reporter: ten years of dancing. actors. olympians. reality stars. and so many more. reuniting with the professional
dance partners for a one-night only tv spectacular. ♪ let the rhythm ♪ with fan favorites taking the stage, like season 18 champs, meryl and maks. >> what people saw with meryl and myself, just that friction. that creates passionate, amazing performances. >> reporter: even taking a moment to appreciate those memorable mishaps. >> omg, you terminated the cha-cha-cha. you're too safe. you're becoming bland. and there's nothing worse than bland. >> reporter: honey, there is nothing bland about you. to more tense moments. >> oh. >> we have had marie osmond fainting. that was pretty tough. >> reporter: and let's not forget about the mirrorball winners. season 17 champ amber riley, returning to the spotlight singing alongside this season's patti labelle. and season eight's l'il kim. ♪ over the course of ten years, 20
seasons, a lot of things have changed. what has remained the same? >> the heart of our show has remained the same. people making themselves vulnerable by trying this crazy thing called "dancing with the stars." >> and do you know something? the one constant that there's always been is kind, old len. >> i owe everything to "dancing with the stars." this is my home. this is who raised me. i couldn't think of a better family. >> my expectations were, this will be fun for six weeks. and it was. but none of us expected that it could take off the way it did. or that i would be sitting here talking to you a decade later. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, los angeles. >> a good time last night. >> it was. >> it is a family atmosphere. they enjoy coming back together. wait until you see who michael met, who he compared to elvis. and the one thing you want to make sure if you're stranded. want to make sure if you're stranded.
good morning. i'm kristin ze. we have breaking news i have to tell you about out of san francisco. firefighters are at the scene of a two-alarm fire. here is a live look. you can see firefighters working down there. this fire broke out around 7:30. we are learning this fire is burning at a building on lion street near the lumbar gate. it is the address of the liverpool restaurant and bar. so far, no reports of injuries. you can see firefighters working on the roof as well. no word what started it. we'll have more later. right now leyla. >> the street staff just about a block or so away from that very sad. let's take you into the east bay where we have an accident in the clearing sthanlgs also involved a car fire. you can see the backup through concord as we slide to hayward.
even here yet. i'll show you that in just a second. temperatures are 64 ♪ who let the dogs out ♪ ♪ who let the dogs out ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> there he is. the dog hat nearly broke the internet with her exercise antics. >> i'm sorry. that is teddy bear as you know. treadmill expert extraordinary. she's the first dog making her way from our vip section, very important puppies to our huge event. and with that, i give it to the master of ceremonies jesse. >> thank you very much. ladies and gentlemen, all-star youtube sensation munchkin has
thousands of subscribers. so excited to have her here. there's mung kin. [ cheers and applause ] >> very well done there, jesse. we have more famous vip dogs joining munchkin very soon. all for a huge surprise. robin? >> just mesmerized. i -- are you, too, cobie? >> we don't need to talk with that dog. >> no we do. i'm here with none other than cobie smulders. she's an overcoming. back at maria hill in the little film, "the avengers." >> a small indie. >> would you give a welcome to -- [ cheers and applause ] >> this is so nice. so early for everybody to be out. this is amazing. >> we hang out in times square. >> in the middle of times
square. >> so much to talk to you about. you value privacy. i respect it. but so many people appreciate, cobie in the recent women's health magazine about how open you were with being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. you're doing so well. you wanted the bring awareness. >> that's why i decided. when "women's health" asked me to do the cover topless, that was the first hurdle. um -- and then the second one was, it was really good opportunity to spread awareness. to just make people you know to sort of say, i went through this. i survived it. you can, too, if you're struck with this disease. but, yeah we're -- it's something that i think women need to pay a little bit more attention to. it creeps up on you and sometimes, it's something -- usually, it's too late. >> i hope everybody reads the article. it will give incredible hope. you were told you probably wouldn't have children. you have two beautiful children
and on this cover shot with six weeks after giving birth? >> yeah yeah zplp come on. >> a lot of gym sessions. >> it was you embracing the beauty of motherhood. >> yes. i'm at the place in my life. i have two children now. it's -- the offers for being topless on magazines are not going to keep coming in. you have to just do it. >> just appreciate everything about you. and this film you are back. >> yes. >> now, you're working with -- you're helping out tony stark. i don't know who is the boss here. you or tony? >> let's let the audience decide. >> i like that. >> it's all set up boss. >> he's the boss. i just pay for everything and design everything and -- make everyone look cooler. ? what's the word on stroker? >> nato's got him? >> who? >> wanda and pietro. twins. >> it's --
>> tony stark is my boss. he's the boss. >> robert downey jr., the entire cast it has to be -- >> it's incredible. it's prelty incredible. it's insane. during this movie, unlike the first, there are more scenes where we're all in a scene together. a big, long group scene. it was fun to be if a scene together. usually, we're paired off. this time we got to do some together. >> i love you in ensemble casts. >> especially when they're as amazing as these avengers are. >> you hold your own. if this didn't work out, you wanted to be a marine byologist? >> i did. i caught the acting bug. i had been acting all through high school. when i was a kid you know on stage. but, yeah but i decided to try it. and it's luckily luckily, i'm very grateful that i've been
employs and it's still going. >> i'm glad we had a chance to meet. >> thank you for bringing me to time times square. >> anytime. >> the middle of times square. >> you love it. thank you, cobie. "the avengers: age of ultron" oppose on friday. now the man behind desserts. he's opening what he calls the first hybrid restaurant. the goal is to make fresh pastries to order in just 90 seconds. michael strahan gt a first look at dominique ansel's kitchen. >> i'm so lucky. i love my job. there's nothing i love mur than a cronut. it's the best thing. it's heaven on earth. when i heard dominique ansel was opening up his own place, i
freaked out. what are we waiting for. let's go. hey. how are you? >> welcome, welcome. >> i'm great. >> nice to see you. welcome here. >> meeting you is like meeting elvis. tell us the concept behind your dominick ansel kitchen. sflefrg has to be assembled in less than a minute and half. >> i love talking to you. you love uting your product more. lets get to work. >> let's do it. ♪ >> this is the first one. this is our bread croissant. you like this? >> by far, one of the the best things i have eaten in my life. >> the lemon tart. for this we do something fun. we use a milk shake maker. we emulsify the curds.
it is better when you order it. this is the ham and cheese croissant. a little bit of boursin cream on the bottom. and a croissant. >> here we go. ♪ >> so food. thank you, my friend. >> you have a good time? >> phenomenal. i'm in love. >> michael looks pretty happy. he should have brought some here. you'll see more on "nightline" tonight. it's "gma" survival week. this morning, matt gutman is here to tell us how the stay alive if you find yourself stranded on a deserted island. matt's stranded as we speak. >> reporter: good morning, amy, everyone. "gma" dumped me on an island off the coast of mexico. %-pihad towim
toshore with nothing. just a shirt like this. and advice from people what had been through the real thing. an illinois man stranded on a desert island in the bahamas. the coast guard scooping him up after six days. in canada when their boat capsized dave and his brother and friend swam to an island. after getting thrown in on the deep end. whoo! with that helicopter drop into mexico's sea of cortez a lesson in surviving a deserted island begins with a more traditional mode of transportation. a boat. this is a rickety skiff. dan helped me survive being lost at sea. dave holiday is one of the most
skilled primitive surviveal teacher alive. crash. grab on to anything. even a water bottle can save your life. less than an hour after we splash ashore, i stumle upon stg. this could save your life. it's been here for awhile. >> i would like to see us get a nice fire going. so we can signal for help. >> reporter: we set out to collect firewood. then we go cave man. shaving down wood with stones. using the help from daves a shirt we try to make a bow drill. we flail away. not easy. >> not getting enough smoke. >> reporter: a hand spindle. time for plan b. a puff of smoke. i give to you, fire. inside that bush is a rattlesnake. >> he doesn't want to bother us. he's beautiful. >> reporter: yeah he's beautiful. >> under no circumstances do you
want to handle a rattler. >> reporter: don't worry. have no fear. a smaller rattlesnake closer to camp not so lucky. he was aggressive and becomes dinner. bones and all. and lastly shelter. dave's gathered sea grass that he's dried out. tonight, it's our bedding. the next morning, we wake early, set out in search of breakfast. oisers and clams. not bad for desert island fare. that's pretty good. >> yeah sit. >> reporter: while we have shelter. we're getting mighty thirsty. here's where the fire comes in handy. the smokier and bigger the better. your hope is it attracts some attention and our scheduled rescuers. our rescue boat arrives. 4 hours and all i can think of is water. water never tased so good. a sinking boat. a perilous swim to shore. a crunchy meal.
survival tips that may save your life. we have a number of items here. choose the one that is most essential to surviving a deserted island. >> you're so wrong. so wrong. >> jesse palmer. >> that was my second choice. >> why? >> because i knew i wasn't going to be able to make a fire with that stick. sh that took us the entire day. i can't tell you how many hours i spent shaving down sticks with rocks. you have to signal a fire. the goal is extraction. >> i'm hydrated. >> you'll be brave for a few days. >> survive right now. do this. >> you need a friend. wilson. >> that was a -- >> how about we have ginger give us a look at the weather. >> i'll bring over a life jacket. here, this is for you. it's locked. hold on. fix that's what's your name? i'm hurting her. kay lee. good morning. >> hi. >> she's safe now. a quick look at atlanta this
morning. they're going to be stormy today. rainy now. 50s. then eventually clearing out. a rough one for a couple of days in the >> all right. all that weather brought to you by tracphone. are you ready? coming up our "gma" unleashed surprise. and jesse has two more famous dogs about to enter our vip section. jesse? >> next up one of the most recognizable faces on youtube. denver the guilty dog. a true a-lister with nearly 30,000 youtube subscribers. and joining denver it's toast with her famous wagging tongue.
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we are back now with our favorite vips. that is very important pups. on "gma." the most legendary dogs of youtube and social media. all here in times square for a special event this morning. and there's one guest that we still have to reveal so where w that take it away jesse. >> he's so famous. we've kept him hidden all morning. this is a dog that doesn't have to live in the shadows. his incredible scooter tricks and great speed have brought him millions of clicks. and holds a guinness world record. just the time for the big event, it's norman the scooter dog. welcome, norman. ? oh that's fantastic. norm season joining the ranks. a very well behaved dog he is. >> you know who else we have? three dog lovers with us. and their parents. you guys have been cheering along with all of our internet superstars. we have peyton breanna, and
matthew napolitano with their parents, john and bridget here from new jersey. have you hood a fun morning. >> yeah. >> what's been the favorite part so para? >> seeing the dogs. >> i think this. %-pjust his. >> looking at the dogs. we found out you have been wanting a dog, is that correct? >> yeah. >> what have you said to your parents? have you been begging for a dog? >> yes. >> your dad hasn't seen the dog you visited yet. is that the problem? i think the problem might be solved. >> guess what today might be your lucky day. do you remember you played with that beautiful german shepherd mix puppy at your local shelter. guess what? she's here right now. and you're going to get to take her home. she's your brand-new puppy. what do you think? >> hi. >> hi. >> there she is.
>> did we surprise you? >> o-m-g. >> i think that might be the dog's new name. >> the dog is heading to a loving home. she's been approved. the family is approved to adopt her. >> thank you so much. >> she's a rescue puppy. you have fun with her. all right. congratulations. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. >> not that we can top that. coming up next why do we do it? why do we spend every waking moment, thinking about people? why are we so committed to keeping you connected? why combine performance with a conscience? why innovate for a future without accidents?
madding crowd. >> perhaps you would care to lend a hand? >> you don't think i work? >> no, you wouldn't. come here. ♪ chz chz. >> there she is. coming your way. coming your way. >> and here they are. carey and matthias. you understand in that scene, the dies are wearing wet suits under their clothes. >> the second part of the day. the first part they didn't allow us to wear them. >> then you were like enough's enough. >> when you're in there the entire day, you're like i might try it out. >> i've been telling eni was not wearing a wet suit. your character is very strong. >> tell us about your character compared to daisy buchanan who
you played so well in the gate gatsby. ? >> she's the other end of the spectrum from daisy. >> you're the sheep farmer. >> yes. >> you said no i'm not going to do it. >> i wanted to do something totally different. look where i am. >> had you work together? >> no. >> i saw all of her films. so it's like yeah i want to work with her. ? i came in to thomas and said oh my goodness have you seen this h guy. he's incredible. they said yeah he's the top of the list. >> how is broadway treating you? >> it's great. it's fun. we have done it for five weeks. we have seven weeks left. new york is great. >> and "vogue" just had you shoot a video, which is very charming. do you feel like a real new yorker? >> no. not at all. no i always feel like a tourist
here. but, that was so much fun to do. we had such a stupid day running around. the amazing thing, we were doing really dumb things in public. no one blinked an eye. even thought i was just normal. >> that's the beauty of new york. you have another big project coming up that's getting a lot of talk a lot of positive buzz. it's a top nick the strkszeitgeist. it's the danish girl. >> we just wrapped. >> and eddie redmayne, does he deliver? >> oh c
good morning. i'm kristin ze. we are starting to see some sun. >> that's the key to today's forecast. sunshine. warmer temperatures, the breeze will keep the coast in the upper 50s,low 60s, mid-60s around san francisco. low to mid-70s else we are. inland east bay in the 80s. as far as going to the game tonight, not quite as cool as it was last night. 64 dropping down to 57. let me get to the accuweather seven-day forecast. 70s at the coast, 80s around the bay. 90s inland. cooling will hit the coaiday. the rest of us over the weekend. northbound in san jose just south of 880 with he do have debris in lanes an slowing to show for it. here is a look at walnut creek. the drive is sluggish and
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