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good morning, america. breaking overnight, captured. u.s. marshals arrest a man charged with brutal murder of family in that d.c. mansion. the man hunt ending overnight. the suspect caught traveling with two cars others arrested as well. new clues about his linked to the victims and the big question, did he act alone. holiday weekend washout, dangerous flooding and storms sweeping through the south as millions of americans head out for memorial day. the busiest travel weekend in a decade. we're on the roads and at the airports this morning. reality show shocker. the huge scandal from one of tv's most popular families, bombshell sex abuse allegations against josh duggar. the star of "19 kids and counting" forced to resign from
his job. what his family is saying this morning. ♪ and are you ready to go all the way with jessie j. >> prepare yourself, america. >> she's pitch perfect. she's the good girl who will blow your mind. and she's kicking off our red hot party in the park. the one and only jessie j live only only on gma. >> are you ready for me, central park? because here i come. ♪ and look at everyone ready for summer right now. our summer series concert in the park ready to kick off with jessie j and that crowd has been building since early this morning. they are ready to go. >> we can't wait to get out there. hopefully, traffic won't be too bad. because it's that weekend. take a look at the highways this morning in new york, boston,
chicago, miami, traffic already building up. you know it will be bumper to bumper later. more than 30 million drivers on the road. breaking news overnight. the suspect in that brutal murder of a washington d.c. mansion arrested. he was on the run. taken into custody. after a takedown by u.s. marshals. five others arrested with him. abc's ryan smith has all of the latest from washington. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: just over a week after a family and their house keeper was killed, daron dillon wint, the suspect finally caught. authorities just missing him in new york but last night taking dramatic steps to get their man. a week-long manhunt that captivated the country ending dramatically overnight. authorities arresting daron dylon wint and taking into custody several others. the primary suspect in the brutal murders.
>> we're able to take him down and arrest him. >> reporter: police release this surveillance video of a man believed to be wint last week running in the area where the family's blue porsche was sent ablaze. found two miles from where his parents live. after chasing leads from d.c. to new york city, authorities apprehended wint. as he traveled in a white chevrolet cruz. from college park, maryland. companying him, two women and one other man. according to the washington post, $10,000 also in the truck. wint charged with first-degree felony murder. his dna was found on a domino's pizza crust, has a long history of alleged assaults and threatening behavior. >> we believe there's a connection between this suspect in this case through the business. >> reporter: the motive for the killing is still unclear, but wint, whose court records describe him as a welder, was a
former employee of savvas savopoulos. >> how is the company holding up? >> not good. >> not good? >> very sad. >> authorities believe the victims were taken captive may 13th and killed the next day before the home was set ablaze. and in the hours before the fire, according to documents obtained by the washington post, there were a series of calls from savvas' phone to a bank and an accountant. his assistant dropped off an envelope containing $40,000. authorities say the four victims suffered trauma and stab wounds. it's still unclear what role if any the others in custody might have played. while this community can rest a bit easier knowing a suspected killer is off the streets, the surviving savvas savopoulos' teen daughters now having to focus on a june 1st funeral for their parents and their little brother. george. we're joined by the commander of the u.s. marshals task force, robert fernandez. thanks for joining us this
morning and congratulations. this has been around the clock manhunt. right? >> it's been a busy 48 hours. >> you tracked the suspect to brooklyn, back down to the d.c. area? >> yes, wednesday, we did our investigations and we were able to determine at night he was in the brooklyn area and then along with the new york police department task force officers went to the location but he had just fled. so they barely missed him wednesday night. >> yesterday, you track him down to college park, maryland, and at that point, you basically have him surrounded and 20 vehicles ready to take him on. >> we continued our investigations down here and we were able to marry up the information from both locations and determine he was en route back to the d.c. area, we had to figure out where he was heading. once he was in college park at that hotel, we made a plan to figure out which hotel room he was in and take him down.
but things are always fluid when you're trying to find a human body when they're mobile and before we could get to the hotel, two vehicles left and he was in one of the vehicles. >> any idea where he was headed? >> heading northbound on route 1. we followed them for several miles trying to identify which vehicle he was in. we had a good feeling he was in one of them but we didn't want to take down the wrong one. they did a whacky u-turn, we thought maybe they were aware they were being tailed. we weren't sure what was going to happen. when we tried to take him down. you never know how a fugitive like this is going to be react. >> amazingly no shots fired and no one was hurt. >> we continued to follow them into northeast d.c. until we could tactically take them down safely. we did a vehicle pin maneuver on both vehicles and we were able to stop them and arrest everybody without a shot fired. nobody getting hurt.
very little damage to any vehicle. >> did he say anything? >> no, everybody was just placed into custody. d.c. police were there immediately. their crime scene search was there and homicide detectives were there. we turned everybody over to d.c. police department. >> and he was in a car with two other women and there were two men in the car in front? >> there was another man and two women in the car with him, four individuals and two males driving the moving truck. >> are you tracking any other accomplice right now? >> right now, no. >> commander fernandez, thanks very much for your time this morning. >> thank you very much. robin, we got a statement from the savopoulos family. they say they're grateful to law enforcement for making this arrest. they go on to say we hope it restores a sense of calmness in our neighborhood. and city. we're blessed to live in a community who supported us and are grieving with us. >> we're continuing to think of them and lift them up in prayer. now to the big holiday weekend, millions of americans
ready to head out on the roads and in the air. aaa predicts 33 million people will drive this weekend the most in a decade and the airports will be packed, too, full team coverage on the highways, at the airports. ginger starts us off but unfortunately the weekend is going to be a washout down south. >> if you are traveling to or through denver, dallas, houston, oklahoma city, this is going to be an issue. i-35 i-40. not just the beginning of the weekend. all weekend. corpus christi, texas, 4 1/2 inches of rain in just one hour. that was happening in the last 24 hours. now we're going to get more. some of the meals you had planned for the holiday are going to move. the flooding there. rain coming through this morning. flash flood watches. arkansas back to north texas. oklahoma, its wettest month on record. >> okay, ginger, thanks very much.
one of the worst traffic days of the year. millions hitting the road. we sent our linsey davis to the worst traffic expressway. in new york. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, george. it's not disappointing, living up to its expectation. as awful traffic, we are at a complete standstill at this point. believe it or not, it's expected to get worse than this. the worst time for traffics the same hours apply as prime-time beach time, 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. their advice, if you want to avoid traffic leave at 4:00 a.m. memorial day weekend is one of the busiest times to travel and this year, aaa estimates 33 million people will be on the road. making it the busiest in a decade. all this, while prices at the pump are climbing to around $2.70 per gallon, almost a dollar cheaper than the same time last year. with more people on the road, that means one thing is guaranteed -- traffic.
but interactive driving could have a solution. it gives you the fastest travel route based on realtime travel data from other users warning you about obstructions like accidents, potholes and traffic jams that may slow you down. not as simple knowing the quickest routes you also need to know when to hit the road. >> the worst time to leave is between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. that's when everyone is going to leave. if you don't want to see traffic, leave at 4:00 a.m. >> on monday, rush hour is in the middle of day. >> people are on the road the most on memorial day, during 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. if you want to go to the beach leave earlier or if you're about to return home, it's best to wait until after 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. >> reporter: don't think tuesday is any better for beating traffic. >> leave for work about one to two hours early. unless you have an audio book you really want to finish in which case you're gold. >> reporter: the top
destinations for drivers this memorial day weekend, san francisco, philadelphia, miami and portland. george? >> okay, thanks very much, linsey. also, a record number of americans expected to fly this summer as you know and some new technology could help eliminate one of the worst parts about flying, those lengthy delays. abc's david kerley is at reagan national with that story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. texting sometimes is quicker than calling someone on the phone and the same is true for airplanes. for the past couple of years the faa has been testing a new system, texting information between the tower and the aircraft. it's basically the same thing you do with your phones, flight plans changes all texting. trying this in memphis and new york. they're going to roll it out to 50 different airports. united airlines is part of this program. it's saying it's saving six to eight minutes per flight. >> part of a plan to move planes faster?
>> let me text you the answer, robin. there you go. it's coming your way right now. what you will show is nextgen. next generation. the faa is rolling this out across the country. we're going to use gps and other things to crowd planes in closer together, get them in and out quicker. part of this system. this data com texting between the tower and the planes is part of that. >> you have convinced me. all right, i was a little skeptical. but after that experiment, thank you, david, for sharing that. last night, a california man was arrested at l.a.x. with plans to join isis overseas. the brutal terror group is on the move, expanding its reach. abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz, isis now controls half of syria's territory. >> reporter: one suspect was arrested at the los angeles international airport, the other in orange county. but overseas, isis firmly in
control of two cities in syria, the ancient city of palmyra and there are fears they could destroy historic ruins in that city and in iraq, the u.s. is rushing anti-tank rockets to iraqi forces this morning after isis gained control of ramadi by leveling entire city blocks with massive truck bombs. george, it's been a terrible week there. >> martha raddatz, thank very much. back here at home, it's a beach weekend for millions as you know, but not in one stretch of california, that major oil spill shutting down popular beaches as new questions are raised about the company that runs that broken pipeline and abc's kendis gibson has the latest. >> reporter: massive cleanup effort is underway, striking new images from above shows the immense scale of the spill. as oil edges closer to the shore. up to 105,000 gallons of crude oil escaping a busted pipeline.
now, the company that runs the pipeline coming under fire, records indicating plains all american pipeline with 175 safety and maintenance violations in the last nine years. paying out more than $24 million in damages. >> the number of reported incidents by percentage is well within industry norm. >> reporter: the toll of the spill captured in these images. this sea lion covered in oil. a pelican washing ashore. state wildlife super mike harris rushing to its rescue. >> lot of these animals are going to start hitting the beaches ahead. >> reporter: with 200 species. wildlife officials expecting the situation to get much worse. >> oil has a very big impact on the wildlife here. >> reporter: now the oil spreading to the south, impacting the beachfront home of brad pitt and angelina jolie and forcing the closure of two popular beaches and campgrounds. >> they're evacuating the entire campground.
>> reporter: kendis gibson, abc news. santa barbara. amy has this morning's other top stories. starting with a spread of salmonella. the latest outbreak of salmonella is being blamed on sushi, being traced to raw tuna. no particular product has been identified as of yet. or supplier. more than 50 people including a baby have been sickened so far, most of them in california, but nine other states have reported poisoning a well. scientists are trying to find the source. another new revelation from the clinton foundation, this time acknowledging that it received up to $26 million in undisclosed payments, coming from corporations and other sources, collected as fees from speeches given by bill, hillary and chelsea clinton. the foundation saying the fees had been listed as revenue instead of donations. a grand jury has indicted all six baltimore police officers charged in freddie gray's death. the charges include
second-degree murder, manslaughter and assault. and reckless endangerment. gray's neck was broken in police custody and officers admitted ignoring his pleas for help. finally if your holiday weekend plans include scrabble, new scrabble word list is out, 6,500 additional words. onesie is good for six points. emoji is worth 14. you can shout out for 11 points. twerking will get you 16. i had to look this one up. bezzy is worth 18 points. any guesses what it means? it's slang for best friends. you use it, right? you can use it on the scrabble board. >> 6,500 new words? >> yes. most of them i didn't know. >> let's go play scrabble, all right. from scrabble to an
unbelievable rescue caught on camera, a police officer risking his life to save a dog swept away by a raging river. matt gutman has the story. >> reporter: a terrifying ordeal for a dog trapped in these rushing waters. the pup struggling to stay afloat. battered by loose debris and rocks. when all hope seems lost, two cops on patrol rush in to help. one wade into the roaring waters. managing to snatch the dog out of the water. bringing him to shore. close to death. but check out what happens next. the officers transform themselves into two-man cpr team. one giving mouth to mouth and the other pumping the dog's chest. when he revives both of them giving their little poochy patient some belly rubs. the officers named the dog prince. he'll fully recover just in time for the dog days of summer.
for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news. miami. >> love the job they did. that was great. back to ginger. >> not just that flash flooding but strong to severe storms that we're going to be looking at, this is from new orleans, strong hail pounding the cars there. severe weather set up for today stays right in west texas, southeastern new mexico, up through the panhandle. almost to amarillo though. you could see that large hail, damaging winds and a quick look at memorial day, we're skipping part of the weekend and a lot of the wet weather itself.
>> hello, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. we are going to have drizzle this morning, and a stray shower through the afternoon and you can see sunshine from time to time. one more chance of drizzle tone and a quiet holiday weekend. it is coming at us. today, we will have upper 50s to increasely 60 along the coast in san francisco and low-to-mid 60s an the bay and mid-to-upper 60s for inland neighborhoods with 70s prevalent inland east bay of the seven-day forecast shows warmest on >> and although by monday it does say warmer in the northeast, new england and the northeast here tomorrow morning, frost and freeze advisories. >> say what? >> that's right. >> chilly. >> a little bit of everything on that map back there. >> yeah, happy monday. so much more here on "good morning america." america's most popular family under fire. the shocking allegations against one of the duggars. how they are responding this
morning. peeping drones, is your privacy at risk? the cameras that could be flying right outside your window. a safety warning before you hit the beach, secondary drowning, could your kids be in danger even hours after they leave the water. and jessie j on "good morning america." the crowd getting fired up in central park. starting the party right now all coming up next on "good morning america." >> fleet week! a number. but not every insurance company understands the life behind it. ♪ those who have served our nation have earned the very best service in return. ♪ usaa. we know what it means to serve. get an auto insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life. brandon thinks best foods is heaven in a jar. that's because our ingredients come from... farmers committed to responsibly sourced oils... blended with ingredients
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quake. so far no reports of damage. buildings will be insperkted to be sure. last year's napa quake costs the wineries millions and widespread damage. how is the holiday weekend looking? >> pretty light so far. 880, our 360 cameras. marina boulevard to turn on 880 northbound. we did have an earlier accident southbound that has things slow. metering lights just came on at the bay bridge 6:45. a minor backup here. so far, so good. if you are getting away now is a good time. kristin? >> looking
>> good morning. no rain a little drizzle. a stray shower possible. the winds will pick up. if you are going to head out on the bay or through the delta communities starting at 2:00 through 8:00 the winds will be up through 3:00 sunday morning. the north bay coast, about 8:00 tomorrow morning on the peninsula coast. temperatures right now, most of us in the mid to upper 50s. we do have 52 at santa rosa and danville, 51 for the cool spots. if you are heading out good news. tree pollen is moderate. so is grass. everything else is low. a little drizzle tomorrow morning and increasing sunshine and warmth through sunday a
good morning, america. right now, the man charged with that brutal murder of a family and their housekeeper, captured, taken down overnight in an arrest with five others. the duggar family responding this morning, sex abuse allegations. against one of their sons. and we're tracking dangerous flooding in the south and the latest as millions of americans head out for the holiday weekend. see them heading out right there. lot to get to before this holiday weekend. plus, jessie j kicking off holiday in the park. so exciting. huge crowd in central park, all ready for jessie j this morning. >> see the crowd, they're crazy for jessie j. she flew all night to be here.
got in about 2:00 a.m. but she's rearing to go, can't wait for her to hit the stage. we'll be getting out there shortly ourselves. >> she's a terrific performer but right now, that shocking report from josh duggar from 19 kids and counting, confessing to molesting young girls when he was a teenager. he says the behavior ended after counseling. abc's ron claiborne has the story. >> josh is our oldest. he married anna. >> reporter: this morning, bombshell sex abuse allegations against josh duggar. >> my life as i had known it had been changing. >> reporter: the star of "19 kids and counting." >> this is our story. >> reporter: the shocking allegations of inappropriate contact with several underaged girls. when josh was a teen reported in intouch magazine. he responded to the allegations on facebook. 12 years ago, as a young teenager i acted inexcusebly.
which i am extremely sorry and deeply regret. i confessed this to my parents. we spoke with the authorities and my parents arranged for me and those affected by actions to seek counseling. he also resigned from his job at the family research council. >> we have to stand up for what is right. >> reporter: tlc, declined comment. the duggars have been outspoken proponents of chasttyty. josh duggar's wedding was featured in 2008. >> during our court ship, we decided that there was going to be no kissing and obviously no sex before marriage. >> reporter: when outspoken opponents of gay rights. >> i believe every child deserves a mother and a father. i'm sure grateful for mine. >> reporter: the duggar family wields considerably political
influence. in 2012, backing republican rick santorum. >> rick is a man of great courage. >> reporter: according to intouch magazine, arkansas police were aware of at least one of the incidents involving josh. a police spokesman did not return calls from abc news. >> i love you josh. >> reporter: it was only after duggar went for counseling that his father said he spoke to a state trooper, according to the magazine. no charges were filed. >> now his parents releasing this statement. when josh was a young teenager he made some very bad mistakes. we were shocked. we pray that as people watch our lives they see we are not a perfect family. for "good morning america," ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> all right, ron, thank you. now to growing concerns about drones invading our privacy. anyone can buy one. and we're seeing more cases of people using them to spy on their neighbors. very few states actually have laws to protect you from drones used for surveillance and abc's reena ninan is here with that story. >> reporter: good morning. for less than a 1,000 bucks
anyone can buy a drone. as its popularity soars, some are looking to clip their wings over the fear of lack of privacy. on modern family, gloria's private moment by the pool being watched by this high-tech roving eye, a drone. >> the plane, the plane! it's always spying on me! go away or i'm going to call the policeman. >> reporter: these intrusive scenes happening more and more across the country. >> there's a drone right there flying in front of my place. >> reporter: watch as this drone flies over this woman's apartment in downtown atlanta. getting too close for comfort. >> i don't them want them encroaching on my privacy. these calls capture a moment when a drone swoops in front of a home. the neighbors in this case,
eventually shooting it down. prompting the drone's owner to call 911, too. >> the neighbors took out a shotgun and started firing my way and shot the drone out of the air. >> this is where i was trying to get ahold of it. >> reporter: in miami, christina was breast feeding her 16-month-old son when she noticed a drone hovering outside her home. >> if i can't nurse in my house, where can i freely nurse my child. >> the privacy issue is serious. >> reporter: this man said this is only the beginning. >> there's very little in america privacy law today that restrict use of drones by the government or by individuals. >> reporter: only eight states have legislation prohibiting the use of drones for spying. >> we'll be able to figure out the right balance with drones. >> the faa considering considering some roles including
roles for drone on raters. to get a license. lot of people say that's not enough since anyone can pick up one of these drones. >> arena, thank you very much. let's get another check of the weather with ginger. >> jessie j is starting to warm up. this is her biggest fan in the world, domenic. we have to get straight to the weather forecast. let's start about the severe weather potential for the weekend. we're looking at right now, the reports from yesterday, reported tornado damaged, fortunately nobody hurt. along the gulf. the hail potential for tomorrow, in case you're traveling, anywhere from denver down to san angelo. that's the big picture. n >> morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with a last chance of a stray shower and warmer this weekend. a few 70s are popping up inland east bay. get used to the 70s. they will
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here's bazi kanani. >> reporter: he's an active child again after a pool party almost cost him his life. >> i just turned a bit and he felt brave and jumped from the step into the spa. >> reporter: the spa jets forced rowan under water for at least 20 seconds before his mom was able to pull him out. >> he's okay. he's not blue. he's choking up the water. he seems fine. >> reporter: an hour later, rowan wasn't himself. he started to cough and was lethargic. >> i called the doctor and he said to go to the e.r. >> reporter: he was experiencing secondary drowning a condition that doctors say uncommon but say it can be fatal. >> 24 hours to develop symptoms. most people if they have a significant event develop symptoms within about four to eight hours. >> reporter: the fluid that remains in the lung prevents the tiny air sacs moving out to the
lung. breathing becomes harder and harder. if not caught in time, decreased oxygen can cause the heart to stop. >> it takes a surprising small amount of fluid to actually cause damage to the lungs. in a child it can be a quarter of a can of a soda. >> reporter: rowan survived after a frightening stay in the hospital. a year later she updated her blog, delighted momma, to let others known he's taking swimming lessons and to warn other parents about the dangers of secondary drowning. doctors say parents should keep an eye on their kids for up to 24 hours. if they have difficulty breathing, coughing, take them to the hospital immediately. water safety expert says teaching kids how to swim is one of several steps towards keeping them safe. >> at least a four-feet fence around your pool so they can't climb over.
a gate that locks automatically around your pool. >> reporter: know what to do if your child goes under water. >> if they're unconscious, you need to immediately start cpr, have someone call the emergency services for you. >> reporter: and when a child is in the water, someone needs to be watching all the time. >> i know now you can't turn your back five seconds. >> reporter: for "good morning america," bazi kanani, abc news, washington. >> and lots more ahead on "good morning america." how smart is your music? could you have a genius playlist? and there's our concert bus getting the party started and the crowd in central park going crazy, all for jessie j, only on "gma"! jessie j, only on "good morning america." l'eggo my eggo l'eggo my eggo (answering machine) hey! leave a message. hi, i know you're there, 'cause i can see you. i'm calling you to tell you to l'eggo my eggo! anncr: some things are too delicious to share.
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lyrics? in this analysis of the biggest hit in the past ten years, on average, they found the lyrics com you know what, we're feeling we're trying to answer the question. what are the smartest pop songs. the answer might surprise you. t.j. holmes here in social square here. >> so come flex plexus that you need a english professor or you can ask a third grader to break down the lyrics in this analysis of the biggest hit for the past ten years. they found on average the lyrics come in at a third grade reading level. are lynnin' park's rock lyrics smarter the music. than we're feeling the music this the too fighters' lyrics. ♪ the best of you. >> andrew powell morsay but the smartest of all. >> ♪ look at the photograph ♪ >> nickelback takes the cake. ♪ what the hell is on joey's head. >> words count here. how many of them are used per song which may have helped m&m beat out his hip hop competition. ♪ >> and how long the words are matters, too, the hallelujahs
and country music pitted out front led by carrie underwood. ♪ >> for the smartest lyrics of all number one songs, the highest average score goes to none other than mariah carey. ♪ >> well, i do love that tune. >> now, this is important to note about this study, it doesn't look at the depth like how deep and meaningful the lyrics are, it takes into accounts the length of a sentence. so, country music uses longer words -- >> like mississippi. >> talking about alabama and things like that. the syllables of the words. not the meaning. so, country is the absolute smartest genre.
hip hop comes in on the lower scale. >> all right, thank you for bringing that to us, t.j. we have, i don't know, jessie j, pretty smart to kick off our summer concert series, it's just moments away. ♪ >> coming up "gma's" summer concert series presented by copper coppertone. sunscreen. while providing protection from harmful uv rays. game on. coppertone sport.
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♪ can't stop me now ♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. movie star's showdown. the a a-list actress told that she's too old to be a love interest on screen? she's in her 30s. her reaction this morning to hollywood's double standard. ♪ wake me up when it's all over ♪ the breakthrough on botox. the new research on botox and the new long-term benefits. >> the closest thing to magical medicine. and she's red-hot, "pitch perfect," and about to burn up central park in our big summer concert kickoff. >> prepare yourself, america. >> you got a front-row seat to the party in the park. the one and only jessie j live right now as we say -- >> good morning, america.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm burnin' up ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up ♪ >> good morning, america! >> good morning right back at you, jessie j. she is burning up the charts firing everyone up as you can see this morning. there was a rumor that she got in at about 2:00 a.m., i'm not believing it. >> what an entrance here at 8:00 a.m. new york city central park coming aliveooifive for our first concert of the season. what a way to kick it off. >> she is burning up. it's a little chilly out here. but it's a glorious day.
jessie j, she did in fact fly all night from l.a. to be here live for us. but right now, let's go back to amy in times square. with the morning rundown. good morning to all of you, and the big story that's breaking overnight. the capture of the prime suspect in the horrific d.c. mansion murders. daron wint was arrested with several others, police stopping a car and a truck with $10,000 inside, just miles from the multimillion-dollar home where wint allegedly killed a wealthy couple their son and a housekeeper. police tracked him back to washington barely missing him in new york. wint once worked for the victim's iron company. and happening now, record flooding across texas triggering evacuation orders. in south texas, the trinity river has crested at its highest level in 21 years. floods in corpus christi were triggered 4 1/2 inches in just an hour. and in wichita falls the red cross is opening emergency shelters.
ginger's forecast in just a moment. and caught on camera, a would-be carjacker in atlanta, picking the wrong car owner to mess with, that's because he carries a gun for protection, which he used to force the suspect out of the car and then face down on the ground until the police arrived to make the arrest. and consumer alert about breakfast prices, egg prices are soaring because of the worst bird flu outbreak is happening. that could boost prices 75%. and the new rankings of america's best public beaches are out just in time for this memorial day weekend. number three, st. george island on the florida panhandle. then, barefoot beach near naples, florida. and number one, waimanalo bay beach in oahu. off the beaten path with white sand and turquoise waters. and finally, a reminder to keep your close one nearby.
kind of like these two at the san diego zoo, that's eight-week old devi, the zoo's little hippo and her mom enjoying the dip. mom keeping her moving, nudging her around the water. we call it her first swimming lesson. let's head out now to lara in central park with the morning menu. >> thank you so much, amy. and here's a look at what's coming up on "gma morning menu." hollywood under fire. the a-list actress told told she's too old for love on the big screen. she's in her 30s. a special edition of our "shark tank" showdown and mega deals and steals. and did i mention, jessie j, live on "gma" here from central park. don't go anywhere. ♪
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♪ i'm burnin' up ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up ♪ time now for the "heat index." ageism in hollywood. hollywood's a-list actress maggie gyllenhaal said she's the victim after she was told she's too old to play the love interest of a much, much older man. abc's paula faris is here with the story. >> reporter: good morning, george. here are reports that some actresses actually tamper with their age to make them younger than they are in reality, it's not all that shocking, considering hollywood's track record for casting.
as maggie gyllenhaal and many others in tinseltown are discovering. she's the golden globe winning actress famed for roles in films like dark knight. but this morning, maggie gyllenhaal isn't prepping for at least one new role, because apparently she's too old. the 37-year-old telling the magazine, saying, i was told recently that i'm told too old to play the love interest of 55-year-old man. it's astonishing to me. >> they're pretty ticked off. >> reporter: but is it a flat-out case of ageism? comedian amy schumer on the tinseltown trend. >> the director said that i was too old to play larry king's wife. >> reporter: according to a new study, it turns out that hollywood frontmen are cast against much younger counterparts. harrison ford working mostly
with women at least 15 years younger. >> that's not even a competition, it's so much easier for a man in hollywood it's unfair. >> reporter: but in this case, art isn't mimicking real life. the average age difference in couples barely more than two years. gyllenhaal went on to say, it bad, and then it made made me feel angry and then it made me laugh. her age not stopping playing opposite jeff bridges in crazy heart. >> are you mad at me? >> there's only one way an actress can fight back, that is create your own materiel. elizabeth banks and angelina jolie becoming directors. >> reporter: as for gyllenhaal she says she's fine and on the lookout for her next big role. men are writing, producing and directing. the only way to change the conversation is what elizabeth banks is doing, directing "pitch
perfect 2," which is doing great at the box office. that should also send a powerful message in hollywood. look at you brushing off your coat, your cameo. >> how's elizabeth banks' direction? >> it was her first time and it was really fascinating to watch her behind the scenes, doing this, and for the opener -- she holds the highest opening for a first-time director. >> that's awesome. >> it is. thank you, paula. have a good weekend. >> well, you have a great weekend as well. and also with "pitch perfect," jessie j sings a song. it all comes together. also in our heat index a possible botox breakthrough. we already know what it can do to wrinkles over a course of a few months, but a new study finds that it also could also have long-term benefits for your skin. abc's mara schiavocampo has that story.
>> reporter: botox is medicine's secret weapon. >> i am very, very, very, very upset about this. >> you don't look upset. >> oh, it's the botox. i can't show emotion for another hour and a half. >> reporter: and while cinderella's story pokes fun at potential side effects, a new study out of canada suggests that botox may have more benefits than we thought. it may actually be more than just a quick fix. and could possibly provide long-term benefits. a potential real-life fountain of youth. >> elasticity is a sign of youth. when you're in your teens, 20s and into your early 30s, you have a lot of elasticity. late 30s, 40s, 50s, diminishing returns. >> reporter: but a new study partly sponsored by allergan, 43 women received botox injections, and after a four-month period
they saw significant improvement in their skin's elasticity. >> when you treat patients with botox, that you start to get back to that more youthful skin. >> reporter: she has been getting botox for the past four years says she's seen amazin >> i think it brightens up my face and i think it makes me look more relaxed. >> reporter: while this was a small study and the first of its kind it could mean a big breakthrough in beauty science. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> and our thanks to mara for that. time for a little friday edition of "pop news" out here. >> "pop news" in the park, are you guys ready? i know you'll agree, there was something magical about reese witherspoon, and now, we'll get to see her onscreen in the forthcoming tinkerbell movie. she star and produce the film
"tink." it's being penned by the same writer of finding nemo the sequel. disney has been greenlighting a bunch of fairy tales recently. >> it was great. >> i love that, george. i think we're going to love this. reese will sprinkle her pixie dust as the world's most famous fairy, that's coming up. we're looking forward to it. let's go, guys. chop, chop. right now, turn that frown upside-down, people, not only is it friday, we have found the secret to looking youthful, just smile. i love this story. asked more than 2,000 people to guess women's ages in different photos. in one photo the woman was smiling, the other frown, the other foe it was neutral. the results showed that the smiling faces were judged to be two years younger than neutral smiles.
simple smiling relaxes the body making your seem younger. big smile. i have a big smile on my face for this. come on over here. a supersized pop-in -- joel mchale in the house. host of "the soup" on e! and now a member of the abc family of sorts, and you'll explain why. >> i have a big announcement. >> yes. >> robin and i are getting married, everyone. we're getting married -- >> my girlfriend might have something to say about that. >> whatever. don't tell her 37. i'm going to host the espys on july 15th. look how excited everyone is. you know what the espys are? >> you will. >> stweet, look at that. >> we were at the correspondence dinner when you hosted last year and you killed it. >> thank you very much. >> so, i'm wondering, that's a
very different room than a room filled of athletes. a different game plan? >> yeah, don't get hurt, because they're professional athletes and they're skilled and they can kill me, so, i'm worried about being hit by assorted types of balls, hockey sticks, baseball bats, so, i'm going to wear a helmet most of the show. >> that's a very good. >> hey, listen, joel does a very funny thing on his website. you look at pictures. you call this, what's going on? a supersized version in pop news. we'll show you a photo and you'll say what you believe is going on. photo number one. >> photo number one. all right, i can't see a thing. >> what's going on her >> that's clearly judy garland. that's a dog dressed up as dorothy from "the wizard of oz." famous scene where dorothy pooped all over the place. >> okay, photo number two.
>> this is -- yeah, number two. this is where bert and ernie get diabetes. it's a very special "sesame street." >> photo number three. >> photo number three. oh that's guy on "the bachelor." >> right. >> he's like, i'm going to find the love of my life. again, he also got diabetes, it's a continuing theme in the photos you guys choose. >> that's it. >> that's it. >> there's ryan seacrest getting ready for a fox hunt -- that's great. >> put that back on. >> put that back on. >> i really feed to examine that photo. >> you do? >> i just said ryan seacrest is going on a fox hunt. >> a sampling of the magic, everybody, that's joel mchale. >> july 15th. >> the espys july 15th right
here on abc. >> so glad to have you and robin and joel, congratulations. >> we're very excited. time now for the weather, i believe. >> i think we got more time with me? >> i would love to. i'll do the weather, that's great. will you guys pay me? >> absolutely not. >> is it ginger? >> ginger. >> joel mchale you're one of the only people i'd let do the weather. we can't wait for the espys. let's talk about how hot jessie j, are you all excited? are you pumped? oh, this crowd is getting going and so is the weather this morning. 74 today. philly, 76. look at tomorrow morning, though, freeze warnings and frost advisories. if you're around tomorrow morning, it's going to be cold. a quick look at memorial day and the cities there. >> hello, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. we are going to have drizzle this morning, and a stray shower
through the afternoon and you can see sunshine from time to time. one more chance of drizzle tone and a quiet holiday weekend. it is coming at us. today, we will have upper 50s to increasely 60 along the coast in san francisco and low-to-mid 60s an the bay and mid-to-upper 60s for inland neighborhoods with 70s prevalent inland east bay of the seven-day forecast shows warmest >> george, the dance party has started. let's get back over there. thank you, ginger. time now for "shark tank your life." two entrepreneurs ready to go head to head. products that might come in handy this holiday weekend. barbara corcoran here. let's get right to it. let's start out with greg stacy. a gadget that he says is a grillmaster's dream. take it away, greg. go for it. >> well, hi, shark. excited for your first summer barbecue, but hate the prep time?
the chef's thumb, you slip on the chef's thumb and the technology gives you instant grip and protection, allowing you to slice like a pro within seconds. snap on the optional peeler and you can rip your cucumber with ease. so bring the heat kick it up a notch, and all you need at your next barbecue is the chef's thumb. >> we'll hear from barbara in a moment. let's see what the home testers need. >> i give the chef's thumb a thumbs down. >> i can slice a vegetable without slicing my thumb off. i give it a thumbs up. >> okay, kind of a mixed bag there. chase mcmillan's got a product that he says will revolutionized supersoaker and water balloon fights. he has a helper here for his demo.
>> hi, shark. i'm chase with splatter tech t-shirts. i brought a friend to suit up. our shirts are white at room temperature. but watch what happens with a little splash of cold water. they burst into bright and vivid color. they'll be a big splash at your summer barbecues. so, come on, shark, join us in our mission to spread a little color in the world. >> there we go. real demo good demo right there. let's see some feedback from our >> the colors turned out very bright and the kids had a lot of fun with it. we give this product a thumbs up. >> this was so much fun and i give it a thumbs up. >> thumbs up from the kids right there. barbara? >> i think i'm going to vote. okay, first of all, the thumb thing i'm concerned about, everybody has a different sized thumb. that's the downside. these guys here, they're having fun.
i would have to say, i'm not going to tell you who i'm voting for. okay, definitely these guys. they're the best-looking guys of the bunch. >> there you have it. splatter tech. >> thank you. >> my pleasure. >> chase, this is our top of the line trophy for you. our sponsor is giving $500 to use toward your small business needs. >> thank you, deluxe. >> and thank you to our props department. >> thank you. >> congratulations, chase. "beyond the tank," behind the scenes of what happens. with's happening with this dog bone company. >> this dog bone company, i met ryan my partner, when he was 9 years old. he made dog biscuits over the summer. now, he's 13. he has $1.8 million in sales. this kid is a hustle.
>> $1.8 million in sales. >> he's a rich kid right now. >> thank you, barbara. watch "shark tank" at 9:00 eastern tonight right here on abc. let's go to robin. hey, george, thank you very much. look who i found over here, jessie j. yes. you know she's burning up the charts this summer. ♪ the soundtrack from "pitch perfect 2," which is number one. and we can't think, jessie, of a better way to kick off our summer concert series than with you. >> thank you so much. >> and you just got in a short time ago. >> we landed at 1:30 a.m., it was the quietest airport i have ever seen. we went back to the hotel, all of us had breakfast. we got ready at 3:00. we got here at 6:00. you guys are getting me through it. >> your first time here in central park? >> this is my first time ever in
central park. wow! >> that's huge. you just wrapped up your american tour. >> yes, my first-ever solo u.s. tour. >> we enjoyed having you here. and then, you'll head out in mere hours -- >> we fly tonight, in about ten hours, we go to stockholm to start the european leg of the tour. >> do you have time to be able to enjoy the ride you're having right now? >> yes, i sleep in this outfit. can you imagine? i wake up like this. i woke up like this. but, no, literally i take in every second. this has been a dream come true for me, so, yeah, i feel very lucky. >> well, we are very lucky. you -- you know what, you've worked really hard for this moment. those of us who have followed you know that you deserve everything that's coming your way. and don't worry, coming up in
now, from abc 7 news. alameda prosecutors have filed murder charges. 32-year-old brian jones is accused of driving drunk when he ran over a 46-year-old man and her 14-month-old daughter, julie on may 2nd. he faces two counts of murder and drunk driving. when he slammed into the two. he was arrested yesterday. now, for an update on your morning commute and the drive. we do have some b.a.r.t. delays kristen. 10-30 minutes delays in the pittsburgh, bay point direction due to an obstruction on the track in the berkley hills tunnel. no more mass transit delays. bay bridge, metering lights turned off. no delays.
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of an inch of drizzle. weeds ♪ i'm burnin' up ♪ i feel like we have teased this long enough. welcome back. we are ready to start this summer. take a look at this amazing crowd so excited for this one. >> they're ready for jessie j. we're not going to wait any longer. from "sweet talker," "burning up." ♪ ♪ walking through the fire please don't let me go ♪ ♪ take me to the river i need you to know ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up, come put me out, come and put me out ♪
♪ i'm burning up, come put me out, come and put me out ♪ ♪ hot in the kitchen like a thousand degrees that's how i'm feeling when you're next to me ♪ ♪ i got a fever tell me what did you do ♪ ♪ temperature rising when i look at you, look at you ♪ ♪ subliminal, sex drippin' in, sweat i'm losing my, breath ♪ ♪ look what i've found it's about to go down i want it right now ♪ ♪ walking through the fire please don't go ♪ please don't let me go ♪ ♪ take me to the river i need you to know ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up, come put me out, come and put me out ♪
♪ i'm burnin' up come put me out ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up come put me out ♪ ♪ come and put me out ♪ ♪ i've got the matches, you've got the gasoline ♪ ♪ light up the floor like it's billie jean ♪ ♪ no way we're moving by the end of the sun they're gonna have to pull the fire, fire below ♪ ♪ subliminal, sex ♪ ♪ drippin' in, sweat ♪ ♪ i'm losing my, breath ♪ ♪ look what i've found it's about to go down i want it right now ♪ ♪ walking through the fire walking through the fire ♪ ♪ please, don't let me go ♪ ♪ please, don't let me go ♪ ♪ take me to the river, take me to the river ♪ ♪ i need you to know i need you to know ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up ♪
♪ come and put me out ♪ ♪ i'm burn in'up ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up ♪ ♪ i'm burnin' up ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jessie j! i mean, if we were cold at all, we are burnin' up now. we are so hot, that was so cold. it's fleet week here in new york city. how great was jessie j? i'm telling you -- let's get to the forecast, we're talk flash flood warnings this weekend. you got to see especially if you're traveling along i-35, or i-40 dallas up to oklahoma city. back to amarillo, you can see some of those rain totals and west to east, a milder sunday along the east coast, severe weather through the plains and drier and warmer back in the west.
>> morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with a last chance of a stray shower and warmer this weekend. a few 70s are popping up inland east bay. get used to the 70s. they will be around all weekend with the >> i love the whole crowd has this down, that jessie j clap. all of that weather brought to you by volkswagen. lara. >> thank you so much, ginger. time for mega deals and steals. today, it's filled with the summer sizzle edition, tory. thanks to you. tory is here with some hot bar gains. let's get right to it. >> we have ben, our summer intern from duke in here modeling our hammock. one of 20 different styles available. we got you covered when you go online, everything's included except the stand, the stand, you
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these girls look gorgeous. really big deal from miraclesuit. starting at $144. every suit is slashed in half. $72. free shipping from miraclesuit as well. they're holding towels. we got a little strahan here. michael gave me these pictures of him and his girls. one picture, up to 50 pictures 37 as you can see, they're bright, sharp, crisp, fabulous. normally $70. slashed by 64%. $25 and free shipping. when you go to "good morning america.com on yahoo! you get the detail for a year. >> thank you, tory. check out our website, everybody. right now, though, we're going to go back -- no, we're going to go to commercial break. much more with jessie j. coming up, a giant disneyland celebration, more than 4,000 people camping on the overnight to kick off the diamond jubilee, that's just moments away on "good morning america."
light on the new single. you saw what i did with that. >> i like that. >> you didn't realize that "pitch perfect 2" is number one at the box office? >> no, i didn't even know. >> yes. >> how random is that. that's how busy i have been. >> i know you have been so busy. we remember your song and it's the grand finale for "pitch perfect 2." original music. it meant a lot to you. >> oh, so much. both films had covers. yeah, obviously, this film has "bang bang." and the song "flashlight" that's not known. i'm taking that around the world to represent. i feel very, very lucky and honored. so, yeah, it's great. [ cheers and applause ] >> do you want to hear her sing it? do you? [ cheers and applause ] >> from the soundtrack, the debut single, jessie j, "flashlight."
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ when tomorrow comes i'll be on my own ♪ ♪ feeling frightened of the things that i don't know ♪ ♪ when tomorrow comes tomorrow comes tomorrow comes ♪ ♪ and though the road is long i look up to the sky and in the dark i found ♪ i sing along, i sing along i sing along ♪ ♪ i got all i need when i got you and i -- i look around me and see a sweet life ♪ ♪ i'm stuck in the dark but you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're getting me, getting me through the night ♪
♪ kick start my heart when you shine it in my eyes ♪ ♪ can't lie, it's a sweet life ♪ ♪ stuck in the dark but you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're getting me, getting me through the night ♪ ♪ 'cause you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ i see the shadows long beneath the mountaintops i'm not afraid when the rain won't stop ♪ ♪ because you light the way, you light the way, you light the way ♪ ♪ i got all i need when i got you and i look around me and see a sweet life i'm stuck in the dark but you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're getting me, getting me through the night ♪ ♪ kick start my heart when you shine it in my eyes ♪
♪ i can't lie it's a sweet life ♪ ♪ stuck in the dark but you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're getting me, getting me through the night ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ oh ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ shine in my eyes ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ flash light ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ♪
♪ da da da da ♪ ♪ da da da da ♪ ♪ da da da da ♪ ♪ da...♪ sorry brenda. crystal geyser. bottled at the mountain source. da da da. ♪ bang bang into the room ♪ the crowd we have here in central park, this is the selfie stick, i don't know if we got it. say hello, everybody. you guys ready for another jessie j song?
i think they are. she is back to perform a song off her album "sweet talker." here is "bang bang." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ she got a body like an hourglass but i can give it to you all the time ♪ ♪ she got a booty like a cadillac, but i can send you into overdrive (oh) ♪ ♪ stop and wait wait for that, stop, hold up, swing your bat ♪ ♪ see anybody could be bad to you, you need a good girl to blow your mind, yeah ♪ ♪ bang bang into the room (i know you want it) bang bang all over you (i'll let you have it) ♪
♪ wait a minute let me take you there (ah) wait a minute tell you (ah) ♪ bang been there it goes ♪ (i know you want it) ♪ wait a minute let me take you there (ah) wait a minute tell you (ah) she might've let you hold ♪ ♪ her hand in school, but i'ma gonna show you how to graduate ♪ you talk the talk just come and show me what your momma gave (oh yeah) your love gotta be baby, ♪ ♪ love but don't say a thing see anybody could be good to you you need a bad girl ♪ ♪ to blow your mind ♪ bang bang into the room (i know you want it) bang bang all over you ♪ ♪ (i'll let you have it) wait a minute let me take you there wait a minute ♪
♪ bang bang, there goes your heart back, back seat of my car ♪ ♪ wait a minute, let me take you there (ah) wait a minute ♪ ♪ tell you (ah) it's myx moscato it's frizz in a bottle it's nicki full throttle, ♪ ♪ it's oh, oh swimming in the grotto we winning in the lotto we dipping in the pot ♪ ♪ of blue foam it's dripping on wood get a ride in the ♪ ♪ prominent it's me, jessie, and ari if they test me they sorry riders look like a harley ♪ ♪ then pull off in this ferrari if he hanging we banging ♪ it ain't karaoke night but get the mic 'cause he singing b to the a to the n to the g to the uh ♪ ♪ b to the a to the n to the g to the hey ♪ see anybody could be good to you ♪ ♪ you need a bad girl to blow your mind (your mind) bang bang into the room (i know you want it) ♪ ♪ bang bang all over you (i'll let you have it) wait a minute let me take you there (ah) ♪
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♪ we came in station wagons, campers, on planes to see what walt had built. ♪ forever young ♪ and what we found was a place that was always growing, but never grew old. ♪ forever young ♪ and now comes a celebration 60 years in the making. the disneyland diamond celebration. ♪ may you stay ♪ with dazzling, new experiences for the young ♪ may you stay ♪ and the young at heart. ♪ forever young ♪ come remember that feeling. ♪ forever young ♪ come feel forever young.
[ cheers and applause ] we're going to take you from our big party right here in the park to another big party, at disneyland this morning, just seconds from now, kicking off its 60th anniversary diamond jubilee and our jesse palmer in california at celebrations central. jesse. >> yeah, that's right, robin. you know, you guys are at a party in central park. we got our own party right here on main street in disneyland. thousands of people behind me have been here since the wee hours of the morning waiting to check out all of the newest attractions at disneyland's most spectacular celebration of all time. are you excited to be here? >> i'm excited to be here. i'm so excited. >> the wait is almost over. they don't have to wait much longer. five, four, three, two, one -- here we go. and we are off, disney's 60th anniversary celebration officially under way.
the energy here is simply incredible. these people behind me, i talked to earlier, they told me they had been here for the last 11 hours with an opportunity to get in. people here behind me, the excitement is palpable. they cannot wait. they're actually starting to break the rope. you can see that the party here is just getting started. i'll send you back to you in new york city to get this party off in central park. it's going to be fun. >> thank you, jesse. party there and party here. one more time for jessie j! have a great and safe holiday weekend, everybody. ♪
steve flech good morning. meteorologist, mike nicco checks out your memorial day weekend. mike? good morning everybody. we'll see an increase in sunshine this afternoon. the drizzle is spotty. isolated showers will be more widespread. here, we are looking at temperatures mainly in the mid to upper 50s along the coast. 60 in san francisco. mid-60s around the bay. upper 60s and 70s enland. another chance of drizzle tonight and low to mid-50s. my accuweather seven-day forecast. high pressure is taking over. that means warm sunshine away from the coast through sunday a slight pullback monday. sue? still, a minor delay now for b.a.r.t., recovering frommen aearlier problem. we are looking at a 10-15-minute delay for b.a.r.t. trains in the pittsburgh, bay point direction. an earlier accident southbound
880 at auto mill parkway. a motorcycle engulfed. it is out but on the side announcer: it's "live with kelly & michael" from disneyland. we're having a party, and you're invited. get ready for a good time. on today's show, a performance from the legendary mariah carey, and michael checks out one of the hottest places in all the land: cars land. plus, after a week of competition, we wrap up "live"'s anniversary games, family challenge edition. put on your mickey ears and come with us to our disneyland anniversary party. and now 60 of yourur favorite disney characters to celebrate 60 years of our favorite place disneyland! [cheering and applause] ["zip-a-dee-doo-dah" playing] [rhythmic clapping]