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good morning, america. new this morning, double attack. two shark attacks barely an hour apart. a 13-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy gravely injured. >> attacked by a shark. they said the head was about that big. terrified beechgoers race to save their lives in a scene straight out of the a horror movie. the worst series of attacks in decades. tropical threat. a major new storm forming right now. a warning from the national hurricane center as the big new system takes aim at the gulf coast. major cities from houston to new york warned about heavy rains and flash flooding. living a lie. the naacp leader accused of pretending to be african-american. growing up blond hair and blue-eyed. her brothers say she's been living a lie.
saying she completely transformed herselves. we are one-on-one with her parents this morning. ♪ you will remember me ♪ and one for the history books. the warriors one win away from an nba title. >> oh, stephen curry with some magic! superstar, stephen curry, proving why he's the mvp but king james is not ready to hand over his crown just yet. >> i feel confident because i'm the best player in the world. it's simple. and good morning, everyone. happy monday. another amazing game last night. look at that look on stephen curry's face right there. that was the shot that put it away. they pulled away, golden state, after that. but what an epic matchup between curry and james. >> it's simple, george. it's simple. >> he's the best player in the world. king james. also the most modest. >> he kind of earns it. >> yes. >> big game coming up tomorrow night. golden state could get it. they now lead 3-2.
all right. we'll have much more on that coming up. we want to begin with the shark attacks along the north carolina coast. people being warned to stay out of the water this morning. shark experts say this is so incredibly rare. a series of attacks like this s has not happened in the u.s. in decades. matt gutman is in oak island, north carolina, with the latest. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, amy. that's right. this is like lightning striking twice in the same place. and there's something terrifying happening here. the fact that these attacks happened in the same location in nearly the exact same time and almost happened in the exact same way, someone's limb was nearly taken off, leading experts to believe this may be the same shark prowling those waters. this morning, terror in the shallows. >> they said the head was about that big. >> reporter: two teens in north carolina losing limbs in shark attacks in water just waist deep. the first attack at 4:40 p.m. in oak island, north carolina.
these images showing a 13-year-old girl helpless after a shark nearly amputated her arm and leg. dragged up to the beach by bystanders, working furiously to save her life. >> the keys to the was the fact that our bystanders that were on the beach did very quick first aid the correct way and without that we would have had a different outcome. >> reporter: the horror on on lookers' faces, struggling to keep her alive. barely an hour later, just two miles away, a 16-year-old boy also attacked. >> it just came up and took his arm. >> reporter: randy milligan rushed in to help. >> i tore off my shirt to put on his arm. he was screaming, is this real? and is this a movie? >> reporter: both teens air-lifted to a nearby hospital. sheriff's boats and helicopters scowlering the water, looking for those sharks. >> both injuries were essentially traumatic amputations.
>> reporter: these attacks marking six incidents on the atlantic coast in two weeks and the third shark attack in just four days in this one north carolina county. now, we talked about how rare this is. this is only the second time that multiple attacks have happened in the same place in the past 40 years. and while experts tell us these sharks have probably moved on, officials here are not taking chances. they're advising people to stay out of that water. even though the beaches are technically open. george? >> can't blame them for that. okay, matt, thank you. we turn now to the major storm brewing in the gulf. it could become the second named storm of the season. en and, ginger that means heavy rain and wind to cities in the south already hit hard by flooding. >> at this point, it's a low pressure system in the gulf of mexico. it's quite organized. as it comes together, the national hurricane center gives it an 80% chance of becoming a tropical storm. it would be bill if it does. and this is the deal. they rotate counterclockwise. even though the system looks like it will travel through
south texas, i think east texas, houston, dallas, missouri, into arkansas will get some of the heaviest rain. because the heaviest rain is going to fall in the east. flash flooding is the major threat. and it goes into wednesday, thursday. speaking overnight. we saw quite a bit of rain overnight in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. flash flooding. look at this video from illinois over the weekend. inches, i mean up to a half foot of rain in southern and central illinois. they had rescues overnight, too. to give you an idea more than a dozen states now with flash flood watches or warnings. look at the swath, five to seven inches possible. i'll have so much more coming up not only on the tropical potential, but also on severe storms. >> thank you, ginger. we know you will. now the latest on the prison break. those escaped killers on the run for ten days. this morning, we're learning more about the prison worker accused of helping them. joyce mitchell is behind bars and due in court this morning. abc's gio benitez is in upstate new york with all of the datest.
good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning to you, amy. this is where joyce mitchell will face a judge this morning, after spending the weekend in jail. investigators saying those escaped prisoners could now be anywhere. this morning, we are learning more about the woman accused of helping two prisoners escape. sitting behind bars, 15 miles from the prison where she worked. 51-year-old joyce mitchell now charged with smuggling contraband into the prison and stands accused of offering to drive the getaway car. investigators suggesting she may have had a relationship with one of the escaped prisoners david sweat. >> whatever he was doing, he was paying attention to her, being nice to her, talking to her. >> reporter: we're learning the details of a plan said to be five months in the making. prosecutors say mitchell smuggled speed bag boxing gloves and lighted glasses, perhaps like these, into the prison last fall and blades and cutting tools they would use to dig out of their cells. sweat and matt allegedly practicing their escape before june 6th. the alleged plan, for joyce mitchell to meet them at this power plant, just blocks from
the prison. the two men would climb out of a manhole midway between the two locations. the three would start a seven-hour drive from the prison on to a wooded area. mitchell never showed. instead, checking herself into a hospital, complaining of a panic attack. >> she realized what this was going to do to her family. she realized that she loved her husband, lyle, and that she, in actuality, did not want to leave him in the end. >> reporter: meanwhile, this morning, officials revealing that a home was broken into near the prison, leading police to amp up searches of the area. >> we don't know if they're still in the immediate area or if they're in mexico by now. >> reporter: the convicts have been missing for ten days now. police are still following all leads to find them. and new york governor andrew cuomo is calling for a formal investigation. as the search goes on for those two men, he wants investigators to focus on how this happened in the first place. george? >> it is mind-boggling. okay, gio, thanks very much.
it's a big week in the race for the white house. jeb bush makes his run official today. hoping to join his father and brother as commander in chief. and hillary clinton had her big kickoff rally over the weekend with her presidential husband cheering from the sidelines. matt dowd here to break down where things stand. let start with jeb bush. he was a big front-runner in the spring in the republican side, now, right in the middle of the pack. >> i think the problem for jeb is that he went for money instead of momentum. his announcement today, i think he has to figure out how to get momentum back. the only way i think he does it back is not saying he's going to raise more money, it's figuring out a message that's compelling to the republican voters. right now the republican voters do not think jeb is the most compelling candidate in the race. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton, a huge frontrunner on the democratic side. but we see in our pole as well, when she goes head-to-head up against jeb bush, only beating him by 3 points. a big drop from the spring. >> we have 11 candidates on the republican side. three or four on the democratic side.
this will be an incredibly competitive race. this is going to go down all of the way to november of 2016. it's an open seat. with both parties having parody in the midst of this. that's why whoever gets their nomination has the potential to be president of the united states. >> each candidate has to deal with the legacy issue. >> they have to deal with the "jurassic world" problem, right? that most people see them as dinosaurs from the past. they're going to have to deal with it. jeb has to figure out how to separate himself from his brother and father and hillary has to separate from her husband and the past. >> and president obama as well. >> and president obama. >> not a third term of president obama. >> thanks very much. turning to a wild scene overseas. hundreds of dangerous animals on the loose this morning after a deadly flood destroyed the zoo. hamish macdonald has the story. >> reporter: this morning, rescue workers frantically racing to track down dangerous animals on the loose, including lions, tigers, and even bears. a deadly storm hitting the capital of georgia saturday,
turning a small stream into a raging river. killing at least 12 people. demolishing homes. and destroying enclosures at the city's zoo. half of the park's 600 animals are missing. some fleeing their cages. officials urging residents to stay indoors while they search for the missing. authorities tracking down some of the roaming animals. wolves and this bear, seeking dry shelter, clinging to the top of an air conditioner. this hippopotamus tranquilized. captured in a parking lot, and transported to a temporary make-shift zoo. the city reeling, suffering from what some are calling the worst natural disaster in this capital in recent memory. for "good morning america," hamish macdonald, abc news, london. >> thanks to hamish for that. we turn now to a nightmare flight for nearly 200 passengers
who ended up taking the long way from chicago to london. after takeoff, they were diverted to a remote canadian military base, stranded for nearly 24 hours in a barracks with no heat. abc's david kerley has the story. >> reporter: for nearly a day, 22 hours, this was home for 176 united airlines passengers. military barracks. some unheated, they say, at the small northern outpost of goose bay, canada. stranded, they said, with little information. >> here we are walking on a trail. somewhere in canada. >> reporter: just shy of halfway into their fight from chicago to london, a vibration and the crew decides to turn around, landing at the military base. >> that's why we're all okay with that. after that, it was kind of, you're left on your own, didn't tell us what was going to happen. >> reporter: finally, the next day, another jet arrives to take them to newark before going back towards london. one of passengers took a picture
of the 11-member crew, which stayed in a hotel saying, quote, crew arrived looking fresh from their comfy night in the hotel #outrageous. >> we have spent the last day and a half in a really traumatic manner. i don't think i'm ever going to fly united again. >> reporter: he and the rest did finally get to london a 33-hour trip. united says it will refund their tickets. for "good morning america," david kerley, abc news, washington. >> thanks to david. now dan harris with the other stories. starting with a major strike against al queda in africa. good morning, everybody. good morning. the u.s. military has carried out air strikes in libya, targeting this man, mokhtar belmokhtar. known as the uncatchable. the al qaeda leader is believed to be responsible for an attack on an algerian gas refinery in 2013, which 38 including 3 americans, died. u.s. officials are not yet confirming reports he was in fact killed. meanwhile, isis is on the
march in iraq. officials fear another major attack could be imminent. abc news is getting an up-close view of the fight just as president obama agrees to send hundreds of extra u.s. troops to train iraqi forces. abc's terry moran is in baghdad. >> reporter: isis' weapon of choice. this bombing on a battlefield north of baghdad, one of six this weekend, including this one inside the city. killing more than 20. among the bombers this british teenager who ran away from home in april. aparkedly seen here inside his car bomb and a final embrace before he goes to detonate it images released by jihadists online. we got a firsthand look at the battlefield. in anbar province, almost totally controlled by isis now. we found that america's supposed allies, front-line iraqi army and militia troops, are not so friendly to americans. listen to these guys. "volunteer fighters from a religious militia backed by
iran. if obama sends more american soldiers here, will you fight the americans, too? "i will fight isis and the americans," this man shouts. these rough and readies taking over the fight against isis now. they are superconfident. what do you need to win this war? we don't need help from the outside, he says. but spend time with the iraqi army, which has run away from battle after battle here, you hear a different story. these troops claim u.s. bombers have hit iraqi army positions by mistake and they actually fear their u.s. allies. you want to fight isis, but if you hear an american airplane, you'll hide? the pilot will hit me and not isis, he says. many of those iraqi army troops trained and equipped by the u.s. at a cost of billions they have shown repeatedly they don't really want to fight isis. while some of those shia militia they met are willing to fight the u.s. when the troops come back. dan? >> the signs not encouraging. terry, thank you. we have some breaking news this morning on the sex abuse
scandal in the catholic church. the archbishop of st. paul minnesota, has resigned after the archdiocese failed to protect children from a pedophile priest. the resignation has been accepted by the pope. a massive explosion in south texas, a natural gas pipeline erupting in texas. the flames visible for 20 miles. several families forced out of their homes. firefighters managed to reroute the gas and nobody got hurt. and finally, something even stranger than cats and dogs living together. check this out. it's a raccoon. may look like he's perched on a log. if you look closer, he's on the back of an alligator. the guy who took this picture over the weekend in florida says the raccoon is not clinically insane. he hopped off quickly after he realized what he was doing. looks like a classic one-way ticket to me. >> what a capture, though. >> yeah. what a capture. it was just only for a couple of seconds. the conspiracy theorists say this is
disney's way of promoting "guardians of the galaxy" and the character, rocket. no comment from disney. >> that was elaborate. >> yes, it was. i'm here all morning. >> thank you, dan. >> inner workings. >> i wasn't making that up. you can see it on google. >> really? >> yes. it's true. all right, you want to talk basketball? the game was so good. of course we're talking about the nba finals. the warriors, one win away from being crowned champs after beating lebron james and the cavs in the crucial fifth game. abc's t.j. holmes won the lottery last night. he's there with all of the highlights. >> reporter: he's the ultimate comeback kid. >> oh, stephen curry with some magic. >> reporter: golden state star steph curry leading his team to a game five victory. >> what a victory here in game five for golden state. >> reporter: after struggling early in the finals, curry back in mvp form sunday night. >> another three from curry! >> reporter: even getting the better of persistent thorn in
his side the cavs, matthew dellavedova. >> they're delirious here as the warriors have their largest lead of the game. >> reporter: both teams hungrier than ever for the win. cleveland's own mvp, lebron james, giving curry a run for his money every step of the way. >> put up the three, that's good. >> reporter: no signs of his game four fatigue. >> king james leaving it all on the floor. >> lebron james from way downtown. still, not enough to hold off aggressive plays from the home team, like this posterizing dunk from harrison barnes. >> off the glass. barnes on the follow. >> reporter: what do you say to the best player on the planet after you dunk on him. you said you were talking too much. what were you saying? tell me. >> nothing i can say on tv. >> the warriors are one win away from their first nba title in 40 years. >> reporter: the hometown crowd going wild. and the warriors taking one step closer to destiny. >> i hope at the end of the day on tuesday, we can hold the trophy and be proud of that.
>> reporter: but the king with a friendly reminder, don't count him and the cavs out yet. >> i feel confident i'm the best player in the world. it's simple. >> reporter: it's that simple, right? one update i need to give you about steph curry. he was lightheaded after the game last night. had to be treated for dehydration. then went to the hospital. but is expected to be okay. guys, as you all know, this finals is setting records in terms of viewership. i know it's cavs/warriors, not celtics/lakers. still, people are paying attention to these two teams. and these best two players on the planet. >> yeah. so much heart. it's going down to the wire. >> thank you so much, t.j. >> look at t.j. palming through the whole standup. >> don't think we didn't notice. >> game six tomorrow night at 9:00 eastern on abc. let's go back to ginger. a lot of flooding. all across the country. a lot of rain here in the northeast. >> raining here in new york city. look at this picture from ann arbor, michigan. southeast michigan picked up quite a bit of rain. also this morning, boston going to see it. only in the upper 50s. only a high of 60.
with showers sticking around. >> good monday morning i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. the cooling we saw yesterday will hang around and keep us below average and clouds come back tonight keeping us with good sleeping weather before the warming trends take us above average on father's difficult. 50s along the coast and 60s and 70s along the bay and a few 80s inland. the first warming trend will
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lebron james scored 40 for the scars who had a one point lead but steph curry took over, 37 points, acceptseven threes. game six tomorrow night in cleveland. you can watch ift right here on abc 7. as you take a look at the san mateo bridge, as we move across the waterfront, peninsula, also showing you along 101 in that area. we'll take you right back up to bay point, the drive is stuck in this traffic. 13 miles per hour going to be your top speed because of the sigalert. >> thank you very much. when w
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good morning, america. right now, a 13-year-old girl, a 16-year-old boy recovering this morning from that incredibly rare double shark attack off the coast of north carolina. people being warned to stay out of the water. right now, we're tracking the major storm in the gulf. could become the second named storm of the season. flood warnings from texas to new york. and the prison worker accused of helping two inmates escape will be in court this morning. good morning, america. we have a lot to get to this morning including "jurassic world" stomping the come competition. the biggest global opening ever. the first time a movie has made more than $500 million in the opening week end. we'll hear from the stars of the original movie. >> that was 22 years ago.
boy, as you said, this thing stomped at the box office this week end. we begin with the bizarre story of the naacp leader under fire for pretending to be african-american. rachel dolezal's parents are white and they say she is too. >> reporter: it's the moment caught on tape setting off a national debate about race and identity. >> are you african-american? >> i don't understand the question. >> reporter: rachel dolezal, the president of her local chapter of the naacp was asked by our abc station in spokane if she was black and she struggled to answer. >> are your parents are they white? >> i re -- >> reporter: she's being accused of pretending she's african-american. >> maybe she did great work because now the credibility is not there. >> reporter: she grew up blond-haired and blue-eyed. one of her adopted brothers who is part african-american tells abc news exclusively that she's
living a lie. have she took me aside and told me to make sure no one found out where she was from and for me not to blow her cover. >> reporter: her other adopted brother says she's had to work at it. >> she started with the hair. and then she would have probably a little darker tan. and it was very progressive. >> reporter: without yes, she identifies as african-american attending howard university on scholarship and lecturing on africana studies. city authorities are investigating her for this. allegedly misidentified her race. >> i prefer the term black. if i was asked, i would say yes i do consider myself to be black. >> reporter: on facebook she described this man in the photo as her father. this morning, it's clear he's not blood. a meeting of the local naacp tonight to discuss the issue has been canceled. for "good morning america,"
steve osunsami abc news atlanta. >> thank you, steve. we're joined by ruthanne and larry doll larry dolezal. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> rachel dolezal is your birth daughter? >> that's correct. >> why did you decide to go public and challenge her claims to be black? >> we were contacted by the coeur d'alene press. we had never been asked until a week ago now. >> you had never been asked before? >> no. >> because this has been going on for several years, right? for several years, rachel has been portraying herself in public as black, right, ruthanne? >> she was obviously misrepresenting herself. we were aware of that. but we did not pursue exposing her. it was only after the press came to us that we were willing to answer their questions. >> and larry, do you have any
idea why she's opinion doigbeen doing this for so long? >> no it's puzzling to us. >> rachel claims that another man, an african-american man, albert wilkerson jr. is her father. how does that make you feel? >> well it hurts. because i know it's not true. >> and you all have been estranged for some time. there's a legal matter that involves one of your adopted sons. >> of all of rachel's faults and malicious fabrications this is the worst. she's trying to destroy her biological family. and -- i believe that effort will not succeed. at the end of the story, i'm sure that truth and justice will prevail. >> ruthanne why do you think she's doing it? it's a pretty severe charge. >> we don't understand it either. >> how do you think this should
end? what should the naacp do right now? >> we really think that that's their call. um drk-- it's not our place to determine how the other entities should respond. when we're asked questions, we raised our children tell the truth. it's always the best. >> and ruthanne, if you could pick up the phone and talk to rachel right now, what would you say to her? >> i would say rachel we love you. we hope you'll get the help you need to deal with your own personal issues. so that you can know and believe and speak the truth. >> thank you both very much for your time this morning. >> thank you very much, george. >> what a strange tale huh? >> incredibly strange. there's more to the story, i'm sure that we'll hear about in short order. a shocking twist in a frightening home invasion caught on camera. men armed with knives with two
terrified women and a baby inside. prosecutors say the home owner's son master minded the entire thing. aditi roy has the story. >> reporter: this morning, a startling new twist in this terrifying burglary caught on home surveillance camera. the son of the family by the burglars orchestrated this break in. >> he's turning on his own family. >> reporter: two suspected gang members and a third in a getaway war robbed this home last month. the men try to kick in a door. on the other side, two terrified women and a 1-year-old girl the suspected mastermind's half sister. >> one of them was able to fight to hold the door shut. >> reporter: as one woman dialed 911, the suspects took off. no one was hurt. one suspect, who turned himself in claims the real mastermind of the situation was the
homeowner's 17-year-old son. they say he wasn't at the home during the burglary and doesn't live there. he was accused of arranging the invasion with suspected gang members from high school. >> we're looking into what motivated him. >> reporter: if convicted, they could face decades in jail over a break-in hitting too close to home. for "good morning america," aditi roy, abc news san jose. >> to ginger. we have floods in the midwest. flooding threat to houston in the south too? >> yes. it looks like in houston. temperatures in the mid 70s. really muggy. showers and storms coming your way. most of them from the tropical storm in the gulf. this is wednesday, 3 to 5 >> o, a slow reveal of sun and cooler-than-average, with 59 at
the coast and 85 inland. my seven-day forecast shows two warming friends tomorrow through wednesday and look how hot it will be this >> all that weather brought to you by walgreens. what you're seeing here, mayflies. it just looks like rain. that would be all mayflies. they were at my wedding last year. they can be ruthless. some people in pennsylvania complaining about them. mayflies in june. >> does look a little scary. >> doesn't it? okay. ginger. thanks very much. >> a lot more ahead this monday morning. meet the family that used a new trick to save hundreds on their car repair bill. it's on the money. we'll show you in a moment. a scary moment for this rock star. catching on fire in the middle of his show. in front of horrified fans. we'll have the latest on his recovery. l under control. from a little touch-up... come on, guys!
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vehicle every year. linzie janis shows us how to cut that down. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, lara. americans are trying to get more and more out of our cars. the average car on the road, 11 years old. finding a trusted mechanic and a reasonable price can be downright daunting. we called in an expert to help put some money back in your wallets. alex and jo are expecting twins. and need their 12-year-old volkswagen jetta fixed before the babies arrive. >> we can't take the bus. it's impossible with two babies. >> reporter: after calling around for quotes. >> can i help you? >> these people are useless. >> reporter: an estimate of nearly $1600. >> it would really hurt us financially to pay that much for the repair right now. >> reporter: we drove in lauren fix to give us money-saving advice. tip number one, know the going rate.
use this free app, called repair pal. >> every shop could have a different rate. so it's really wise to use the internet and shop around. >> reporter: the app finding a much lower quote of $347. for a new timing belt. >> wow. okay. >> reporter: tip number 2, if you're comfortable having someone come to your house, skip the auto shop all together with your mechanic. they send an independent screened mechanic straight to your door. >> that's not bad. >> that is cool, okay. >> reporter: tip number three, arm yourself with knowledge. find out what that blinking dashboard light means, using plug-in devices like actron or car m.d. >> scan tools are a great way to save money, if you have a check engine light especially. >> reporter: they tell you what's wrong with your car so you won't be upsold. putting the brake on the bill. they're set to save nearly $1,000. another common repair, another
eggs pigs especially list in the summer is broken a/c. you can see this ford 500. it's getting a new a/c compressor. according to repair pal that should cost between $500 and $800. it's important to try to get the best deal. lara? >> linzie thank you. great tips. and lauren fix, our car repair expert is on twitter this morning, answering all of your questions. tweet her using #onthemoneygma starting at 9:30 eastern. more coming up, behind "jurassic world's" huge opening weekend. what the film's original stars are saying now. welcome back, ford. it's great to see you. morgan, his groomer, knows how important style is to ford. she can read his mood. she can know what he's going for, the look he wants. the last cut you did was... inspired! you know, when he's in the dog park...
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becoming the first film in history to gross $500 million in the opening weekend. >> we're going after it with everything we got. >> reporter: critics may not have been kind. one review reading, you can check your brain at the door and pick it up on your way out, but with steven spielberg returning as executive producer 22 years after directing the original, we wondered what ever happened from the kids to the original. >> i remember when laura dern says, we're back in business. that raptor just came out. >> i think we're back in business. >> i jumped out of my seat. >> reporter: joseph mazello is still acting. appearing in "the social network." and his co-star. ariana richards is now working as an artist. >> i can't believe it's been 22 years. >> when it was asked if there would be sequels to the new one, chris pratt said, they have me for, i think, 38 movies or something. >> and at $500 million on
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♪ i wish that i could wake up ♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the terrifying moments in front of fans. this rock star caught on fire right in the middle of a show. he's now recovering. what he's saying about his risky move. drones over america. from firefighters taking them down. to wedding drones crashing in trees, they're everywhere. >> the plane, the plane, it's always spying on me! >> the new concerns about how they're invading your every moment when you least expect it. ♪ this is gonna be the best day of my life ♪ adorable royal rascal. george steals the show. the brand-new pictures of the prince frolicking and flirting. ♪ how many times ♪ and superstars cody simpson and mark roberge here with a big announcement live, as we say -- >> good morning, america.
and cody and mark right out there in times square this morning. greeting their fans on this monday, as we say good morning, america. we have a great surprise in store this morning for one incredible dad, as we kick off our father's day week of celebrations. >> that's right. and this monday morning, we're so excited to celebrate that very deserving dad. david holt, you're looking at him, of atlanta. his daughters, megan and brittany, have a huge surprise for him. if you're wondering why they are walking like that. you can see. he's blindfolded. he has headphones on. he has no idea where they're taking him. he's totally game. >> a trusting dad. and we have jesse, where is he? there's jess. waving, helping us mastermind this huge surprise that we have just ahead for this dad. it is moments from now. part of our huge "thank you" to all dads this father's day week.
>> cannot wait to kick it off. right now, the morning rundown from dan harris. hey, guys, the big story two shark attacks within 90 minutes of each other along lieutenant beach in north carolina. and there's word of two more shark sightings. a 12-year-old girl lost an arm and leg injury. and a 16-year-old boy also lost part of his arm. experts say two attacks so close together is extremely rare. overseas, u.s. air strik in libya havave targeted one of the most wanted men in the world. al qaeda leader mokhtar belmokhtar. known as the uncatchable. u.s. officials are not confirming whether he was, in fact, killed. new video this morning as fire spreads through this basilica in western france, just moments after morning mass. the flames destroying the roof. everybody got out safely. work crews may be to blame for sparking that fire. the woman accused of helping those two killers escape from a
new york prison is appearing in court this morning. joyce mitchell is charged with smuggling contraband into the prison which may have helped david sweat and richard matt escape ten days ago. they allegedly developed their plan for five months. police are now ramping up searches near a home that was broken into not far from the prison. the governor of new york is launching an investigation into how these men, again, convicted killers, were able to escape a maximum security prison. and we turn now to the dui case against the actor john stamos. we're now hearing from him after his arrest over the weekend. chris connelly has the latest. >> we stuck it out and got through it. >> reporter: i'm home and well, so tweeted beloved "full house" star, john stamos, on saturday, less than 24 hours after his arrest in beverly hills on a misdemeanor dui charge. beverly hills police department saying at 7:45 p.m. on friday, they responded to several reports of a car being driven erratically near the town's city hall. after police found the
51-year-old stamos behind the wheel of a mercedes, he was allegedly handcuffed according to tmz. a police statement says firefighters then brought stamos to a nearby hospital for what they termed an unspecified medical condition. he was given a citation for dui and released afterwards. thanks to everyone for their love and support, he tweeted on saturday. appreciate the bhpd and cedars for their care. he's set to guest-star and produce the sequel, "fuller house," 13 episodes, coming to netflix sometime in 2016. court appearance on his dui charge is set for september. for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. the american rower who tried to become the first woman to row solo across the pacific says she did not quit out of fear. sonya baumstein sent out a distress signal while facing a fierce storm one week into her
world record attempt from japan to san francisco, facing dangerous winds and other obstacles, she said she felt she had to protect her life and the lives of first responders. and finally, we have video of what may be the worst job in the world. the national park service hired a crew to inspect the exterior of the famous gateway arch in st. louis. they climbed up 630 feet above the ground. rolling all the while on their helmet cams. the good news, the world's tallest arch is in good condition. there is no amount of money you could pay me. >> wow. >> ginger doesn't think this is the world's worst job. >> it's not that bad. how long does the test last? do they have to go up next year, too? >> i didn't bother to ask those questions. i rejected it reflexively. >> dan, thank you. >> let's go over to social square. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." the moment a rock star caught on fire right in the middle of a show. he's fine. we'll tell you what he's saying about it this morning. and then some new privacy concerns about drones. could your neighbors be using them to invade your privacy?
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♪ this is going to be the best day of our life ♪ and there is our dad about to get a big surprise this morning. blindfolded by his daughters. they seem happy about it. he's got ear muffs on as well. this is going to be great. he has no idea where they're going. but he is going to love it. >> i'm not sure he's happy right there. but he will be very happy. i promise.
>> justifiably ambivalent. >> or terrified. >> those crossed arms are a giveaway. he'll be happy later on. this morning's hot button, rock stars living on the edge. a rough weekend for two of the biggest acts in the world. we know how dangerous fire shows can be. at concerts. we got a lot more evidence of that this weekend. nick watt has the story. >> reporter: keep an eye, bottom right, michael clifford of 5 seconds of summer catches fire on the london stage. [ screaming ] >> reporter: here he is before. and after. the 19-year-old rocker posted that on instagram. >> there is pressure to make your show bigger and better. these things do happen. and it does seem like there's a sort of a spate of bad luck right now. >> reporter: this is spinal tap-esque. >> it was tragic, really. he exploded on stage. ♪ just like that. >> he just went up. >> he just was like a flash of green light. >> reporter: also in sweden on
friday night, a 46-year-old foo fighter falls. one more time. dave grohl broke his leg. here's the proof. >> right now, i'm going to go to the hospital. i'm going to fix my leg. and then i'm going to come back. and we're going to play for you again. >> reporter: grohl did come back, finished the gig, on crutches. ♪ >> dave grohl is definitely a guy you can't stop. this is like part of rock 'n' roll. >> reporter: and last night, a day after his michael jackson moment, michael clifford got the all-clear from the doc and was back on stage. >> michael did perform sunday night and he seemed fine. didn't have a bandage on his face, even. >> reporter: sans flame-throwers this time. ♪ don't stop doing what you're doing ♪ >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles.
>> thanks to nick for that. dan, you brought us tape showing it wasn't all bad news for rock stars this weekend. >> this was at a festival for the netherlands. you can see the lead singer of a band called john coffee. somebody slows a beer at him and he catches it and drinks it. >> boom. >> can we see that again? >> you can see it as many times as you want. >> he's crowd surfing? >> he's standing on people. catches the beer. >> that can't be real? >> george, everything on the internet is real. how many times do i have to tell you? >> why do you have to be so skeptical? we're having fun. >> i'm still amazed by it. but okay. >> we're going to try it in the next half hour. in the meantime next on "the heat index." our series of drones over america. new concerns this morning about how drones can invade your privacy when you least suspect it. aditi roy has the story. >> reporter: drones are everywhere now. and some say, that's a big problem. raising safety concerns.
watch as firefighters spray this drone away as they battle this house fire. even when their flights are planned, they can fail. but the biggest concern? could they be invading your privacy? >> the plane, the plane, it's always spying on me! it's getting closer! >> reporter: the growing popularity of drones now pitting neighbor against neighbor. look at this california man swatting a drone away. >> hey, don't touch that. >> go. >> reporter: warning its owners not to fly it near him. in vancouver, washington, this 7-year-old boy frightened by a drone he says was flying outside the window of this home. >> it was freaky. >> reporter: his friend's grandfather came to the rescue. >> i went in the house, got my b.b. gun and pointed it at it, and it took off. >> reporter: the man flying that drone contends he never got too close to the home's window. only a handful of states have drone laws on the books to protect people's privacy. to address the growing problem.
in most of the country, laws have yet to catch up to this new flight into unchartered territory. for "good morning america," aditi roy, abc news, san jose, california. >> and here with me now is dan abrams. and we just heard, some states are different than other states. in this case, do you think the swatter has to pay up? >> i think so. there's no question even if he believes it's violating his privacy, the remedy isn't to swat it away and knock it down. >> he's in a public street, too. >> and he's walking towards the drone to do it. think about it. the same way you can't go and punch someone's camera, even if it's on the ground, because you're angry. z about the fact that they're taking picture us and you believe it's a violation of your privacy. you call the police. that's not the way you act. as a legal matter, he may be wrong about the law. he's got a double problem here. >> and we have a drone here in the studio. >> yes. >> that's going to be taking our live picture. we have agreed to it. >> yes, yes, yes. >> wow. got a little breeze there, too. >> yes. >> what are the privacy laws in
place for people who don't want something like this flying over their house or their -- >> right, i should say one thing. if this drone gets too close to me, if it starts coming at me, i have a right of self-defense, right. i'm allowed, i could swat it if someone starts saying, i'm going to send that drone towards you, then i can swat it. that's not what happened on the video. as a practical matter, everyone has a reasonable expectation of privacy in their home. that's the law today. that will be the law tomorrow. the drone laws are way behind in terms of how do you define it? certain states are now coming up and saying, for example, in oregon, if you say there's a drone over my house, tell the person, you report it. you say, sir, i don't want that drone over my house again and they do it again, you can then sue them. in texas, it's a criminal law against it. these laws are very much behind the game. >> and they vary state to state. so will the feds likely step in at some point? >> yeah. the faa is already considering
certain restrictions. meaning anything over 400 feet or 500 feet, the faa will restrict it now because it will interfere with airplanes. anything below, they're talking about keeping it within sight, so it's recreational. i think those will be the requirements for someone. the privacy issues will be huge. i think there will be a lot of states that say that anyone who puts up a drone with the intent of photographing people without their consent, i think that will be made illegal in a lot of places. >> that makes sense. dan, thank you, as always. there could be a noise violation as well. >> yeah, yeah. >> weren't those loud? isn't that loud? >> dan, don't swat it with your bare hand. >> thank you. >> it could be dangerous. >> it could. the t-shirt is a better method. >> thanks, guys. next up on the "heat index" the royal family steps out. prince george making his first appearance on a balcony over the weekend. princess kate back in public
after giving birth to charlotte a couple of weeks ago. bob woodruff has the story. >> reporter: he's the new prince of polo. enjoying a casual day in the sun with his family. proving the pint-sized prince is already following in his father's footsteps. prince george, just a month shy of his 2nd birthday, dancing with his mom and trying his hand at soccer. a rare moment of kate and the future king captured on camera. showing the family legacy is in good hands. there's a new style icon. prince george's crocs and cardigan have already sold out. george learning the royal ropes as the nation celebrated trouping the color. the official celebration of the queen's 89th birthday. >> it was the prince george show on saturday and over the weekend. the queen's birthday. however, all eyes on prince george. >> reporter: prince george stealing the show. already mastering the royal wave. making his first balcony appearance like his father did at the same age more than 30 years ago. the queen capping off her birthday, celebrating with her grandchildren. spending a rare night at a
private club and wine bar. >> dishes on the menu at the exclusive townhouse, the finest veal. they also offer a curried monk fish. >> reporter: today, back to the family business. showing that as much as they try to be regular royals, well, they're just not that much like us. this morning, prince george is back at home, watching over his baby sister, princess charlotte, in his most important role of all. big brother. seems like wherever he goes, the little prince steals the show. he's already got the uncle harry swagger and charm. too cool. for "good morning america," bob woodruff, abc news, london. >> that is one cute baby. >> all of us just want to pinch his cheeks. >> so cute. let's go to ginger with a check of the weather. >> we have lots of cheeks to pinch out here. i see babies back in here. a couple of new friends from houston. and dee's from -- >> kansas city. >> and she's now done it. checked off her bucket list. done with "gma." let's start with the forecast. a hot one in myrtle beach.
already up around 80. going to a high in the 90s. could see records broken. heat advisories. because it will feel up to 107 degrees. were the heat index today. anywhere from coastal georgia through north carolina. riding up along the ridge. all of the rain and the heavy rain coming through from michigan through pennsylvania overnight. could see showers throughout the day. >> good monday morning i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. the cooling we saw yesterday will hang around and keep us below average and clouds come back tonight keeping us with good sleeping weather before the warming trends take us above average on father's difficult. 50s along the coast and 60s and 70s along the bay and a few 80s inland. the first warming trend will roll through on wednesday but look at father's >> we love when the peaches make
their way to the big apple from atlanta. all right, lara, let's do some "pop." >> thank you, ginger get in here. we have a real pooh-pooh platter in "pop news" today. >> i haven't heard that in awhile. >> a lovely mix. starting with patrick dempsey. a mcdream come true for the 24 hours of le mans race. most posting his first ever podium finish in a solid second place in the gt amateur category. his first-ever podium finish. the former "grey's anatomy" superstar emotional. as he spoke to the press, saying -- you always dream about moments like this. i have worked hard to make it happen. and i'm here. he finished by adding, viva la france. >> and popping champagne. >> popping some champagne. and the next chapter in his life has begun and doing quite well. living his dream. congratulations to him on that. this is a very sweet story. at least i thought so. hope you do, too. not easy for an 85-year-old widower to donate his late
wife's wedding dress to charity, to a thrift shop after she pass add way. he wanted someone to get as much joy as she did. he will get his wish and give the charity a lot of joy as well. turns out the dress, which had a hand-written note from the man pinned to it, has gotten so much attention after the store posted these photos online. the thrift shop decided to sell it on ebay. the bidding at close to $13,000. >> oh, my gosh. >> the man prefers to keep his identity a secret. that note he wrote has now gone viral. he said, i wish any lady who takes this dress to have a life with her loved one of 56 years like i did. happy years. i was a lucky man to marry a lady like mine. >> oh, that's fantastic. >> the bidding ends this friday, june 19th. >> it will go up now. >> it is sweet. speaking of romance, amy. >> i feel a turn coming on. >> for all you single gals out there, a hands-on way to find a more attentive boyfriend. new research showing that the
size of man's index finger -- >> oh, no. >> -- index finger can predict their dating behavior. according to the study of more than 1,000 people, which will be published, george, in the journal of consumer psychology, this is real publication, men with masculinized digits where the index finger is shorter than the ring finger have shown to be more likely to be romantic and generous to their dates. you should see everybody looking at their fingers. >> yours is shorter. you're in good shape. >> oh, george. ali knew this already. >> they seem to be equal in size. >> oh. >> warning, warning. >> he's already taken. >> there's a reason i didn't get married until 38. >> also, men like george who are more attentive, romantic, generous, care about their appearance. not for themselves but because they want to do the right thing for their ladies. why is this? why is this? >> why is this? >> i'm glad you asked, george. researchers have discovered that the ratio of the finger length
is linked to the level of testosterone in the womb. the shorter the index finger the less testosterone exposure and the better the date. those are some real -- >> are you going to read all that? >> you can do it. you can do it. >> i'm not saying it. do you want to say the last line, amy? >> no, i do not. thank you for offering. >> i'm sure you can all use your imagination. and we move on. to this. this guy, george -- >> dan's not going to say a word anymore. >> i'm wondering how you're going to top that. >> thank you for asking. great set-ups for me. finally, the monday morning struggle is real for all of us, including this guy. [ whining ] my animal translator, george, lulu the bulldog is saying, feel my pain. i didn't want to wake up this morning. but here i am.
>> i feel like that dog is maybe possessed. >> yes, right. >> see. george. communicating. >> it got some love out of it. >> see, george, lulu is communicating. >> it got some love out of it. >> what was the level of testosterone in the womb with that dog? >> unclear. pop news investigation under way. that is "pop news." on this beautiful monday. >> i learned so much. >> thank you, lara. >> i learned that dan is not romantic. we have to go outside to jesse palmer. he has our huge father's day celebration coming up. >> give you an unbelievably heart-warming story about a dad named david holt. this is really an emotional tale about a dad that showed relentless love and dedication for his daughters, during a very tough and trying time for his family. as we celebrate father's day all week long on "gma," there could not be a better place to be than right here in atlanta with all of david's friends, family, co-workers celebrating him. this is a story i cannot wait to share with you all. you won't want to miss it.
good morning. i'm eric thomas. in about 90 minutes the warriors will board a flight for cleveland where they hope to wap wrap up chlt nthe nba championship. it was a nail biter last night until the last seven minutes. the warriors rallied. final score 104-91. game six is tomorrow on abc 7. right now on abc 7 a look at the traffic. >> traffic is a little bit of a nail biter. this is 161 in the 6101 in the north bay. an accident pushed over to the shoulder so traffic southbound traffic. a bit closer to red wood city, we have an accident blocking one
average today. we'll see a little more sunshine and a warming trend tuesday and wednesday. but nothing like the [ cheers and applause ] oh look who's here on gam this morning? bill hader. he's in the new pixar movie "inside out." he's amazing. talking with him in a little bit. zblj right now, the moment we've been waiting for all morning long. >> a deserving dad about to get the surprise of his life. amy, take it away. >> the big kickoff to our thank you dad series this is week. one very deserving georgia dad about the get an unforgettable early father's day gift. david's daughters surprising him at home early this morning. they blindfolded him. taking him to the secret location. jesse is waiting for him with the big reveal. jesse? >> thank you so much amy.
i'm sitting here right now with megan and brittany. how are you? >> great. >> can i get a drum roll please? all right, will you do the honor honor, bring your dad out. >> take everything off. take everything off. come on. come on. come on dad. >> let's go. >> i've got your glasses. >> he's coming out. >> put them on. we got to -- >> how are you doing, sir. the first time you have seen anything with that blind fold on. my name is jesse palmer. let's go in together guys. first things first. do you know where you are? >> turner field. >> turner field. home of the bravers. not just that. you're also on live national television. on "good morning america." wave to america right there. we got a big surprise for you. here you go. your friends, family, co-workers. they all came to celebrate you. the million-dollar question is
you to know why you're here? >> no. >> you have no idea? >> nope. >> we know father's day is right around the corn person to celebrate this great day, your two daughters shared with us your unbelievably heart-warming story. david, i have to tell you, it moved us so much. before i can continue i want to show you and the viewers just why we're all here celebrating with you today. take a look up here at the jumbotron. from the very beginning, brittany and megan holt were daddy's little girls. >> the sky was the limit. >> reporter: last year the holt family faced a crisis. brittany at the age of 25 was diagnosed with stage ii breast kaenser and underwent six months of chemotherapy. at the same time both sisters tested positive for the brcai gene. >> my percentage was 87% and higher. >> their mother donna, quit her
job and moved to richmond to care for brittany. >> this was something that he knew we all needed to be a part of. >> reporter: but david insisted the whole family be present for brittany's weekly treatment. >> he was in at lan fap megan was innen the fn. >> reporter: he would drive the get magen in tennessee and on the richmond, almost 700 miles each way. 11 hours in the car. >> and then he would turn right back around on sunday and leave. >> reporter: david's strength for his family was inspiring to friends and neighbors alike. >> david was like we gotta do what we gotta do. >> reporter: his support was nonstop. texting. face time. and a trip to the barber. >> he kept his shaifd until she started getting her hair back. >> reporter: he went bald and pink. >> every chemo. kicking chancer to curb.
>> he's a man's man. a guy's guy. he would never have dreamt to wear pink. i want him to know how much i appreciate him being there. >> he has instilled in both of us that we can take on the world. nothing is impossible. >> wow, wow. it's such an emotional story. so inspirational. you think about the journey this family's been on. you think about your daughters. the video. what emotions come to mind? >> they're strong positive girls. they've been a great positive influence on all of us. they've stayed strong. she's a rock star. what she's gone through. they're special. >> you submitted to us the story about your dad. in front of america, what would you like them to know about your father? >> that he's been a an amazing role model. we're thankful for the foundation he's given us to grow our family. >> what does it mean to be here celebrating with your dad? >> this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. i'm so lucky we get to share it
with you. and we all love you. >> we do. >> such a touching story. i know it's been a crazy morning so far. it's been wild. it's about to get crazier. >> oh boy. >> another big surprise. take another peek at the jumbotron again. >> david holt thank you for being a life long braves fan. we would like to invite you the a game and batting practice in atlanta. happy father's day. thank you for being a fan. >> on the field, before that. for batting practice. sounds like a good day so far. >> a great day. >> we have got one more surprise. this is something neither your wife nor daughters know about. after hearing your story, we couldn't help but to think this family needs a vacation. zbloe, boy. >> so you're going to have to start to get packing. beaches resort will send you and your family on a four-day luxury included vacation. to beaches turks and caicos.
you will be staying in a three-bedroom, ocean view villa. you have water sports 21 restaurants. make sure you bring your appetite. >> oh, my gosh. >> this is great. >> think you can do that? can you find some time? >> yeah. >> you to have room for me? >> if you need to. >> before we wrap up. what would you like to tell your two beautiful daughters? that's about it. i love them as much as well. >> an amazing story. thank you for sharing it with us. you cofeel the love here on turner field. simply unbelievable. and it's hot. back to you guys. >> it is. >> thank you, jesse. it was so sweet to see his emotion and, he has to feel pretty good as a dad right now. >> i'll bet he does. now to lara. we're gearing up if for
special olympics. just a few weeks away. and you are watching right now, the musing video for "reach up." there it is. this is the anthem for this year's world games. it was written by mark roberge of o.a.r. and performed by cody simpson. they had special backup vocalists. breanna and madison. we're happy to have each and every one of them with us this morning. i want to start by saying -- woot-woot to you bre. two gold medals on the vault and the floor. congratulations. >> thank you. >> mark you changed the words to one of o.a.r.'s songs. is that correct? >> it is. coca-cola put this together to have a campaign to inspire people the achieve things that neighbor they didn't think they could achieve when they woke up that day. and cody and i agree that music
has that power to inspire and reach up was an easy version of the song to think up and when we got into the studio it came alive. it's just something that i think can inspire people to achieve great things. >> it's a revamped version of the song "two hands up." >> yes, it is. >> cody how has it been collaborating with mark? >> it's unreal. a funny story about how it came together. mark and i started becoming good mates right before all this happened. we had dinner in new york a couple of months ago. literally, a couple weeks after, mark came to me with coke and special olympics and, you know presented the idea. i was so so psyched about it. i wanted to work with mark and -- you know to do it for something, you know as positive and uplifting as this whole thing, it's been unreal. >> means a whole lot, right? >> a whole lot.
>> the gold is blinding me. in the back. everybody, the gold in vault and floor in illinois special olympics just on saturday. >> yes. it was friday was preliminaries and saturday was the actual thing. >> the actual thing. that you crushed in. that's great. congratulations. >> thank you. >> and madison, you lit you will the internet with your redigs of john legend's song "all of me." that's a special song. how does it feel to be part of this? >> i felt awesome. just being with cool people and just hanging out with nem in the studio space. it was cool just to hang out like that. >> yeah i bet. did mark give you any tips on singing when you're doing this incredible song that means so much to so many people? >> um -- >> be yourself. >> yeah, to be yourself. >> just go for it. >> just go for your dream. >> i love that. and, i understand that you guys
are so confident and love singing the song together so much that you're willing to do it right now. you feeling it? >> you guys ready? >> one, two, three. ♪ so even reach up put your handing together don't give up climb forever ♪ ♪ all you've got just remember you make me feel like i'm a contender two hands up through the ceiling ♪ ♪ the beat of my heart is all that i'm feeling give it all that i got first to the last one ♪ ♪ and then i reach up cause i'm a champion ♪ >> yes, you are! [ applause ] i love it. i have chills. >> yes, yes. >> hey. high five. high five. thank you, thank you, thank you. everybody, come on. there we go. you guys can see the special olympics world games starting july 25th on our sister network, espn with the one and only
robin roberts. right now, back outside to ginger. thank you all again. that was wonderful. >> thank you. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> that was great song. and we have great crowd out here this morning. dad travelled from where? >> afghanistan. >> all the way from afghanistan the make sure they would get to times square. thank you so much for being here. thank you all in the southwest. you're about to get hot. i hope you have the a/c cranked. reno early this morning. later today, only 91. yuma 107. in the 110-plus category for >> o, a slow reveal of sun and cooler-than-average, with 59 at the coast and 85 inland. my seven-day forecast shows two warming friends tomorrow through wednesday and look how hot it will be this
"inside out" it goes inside the heart and mind of a little girl as she begins at a new school. bill plays fear. >> almost finished with the potential disasters. quick sand spontaneous combustion or getting called on by the teacher. >> we have a new student in class today. >> are you kidding me? out of the gates? this is not happening. >> riley, would you like to tell us something about yourself. >> no! >> don't worry, i got this. >> you don't look so scared right now. >> no no, i'm tired. that's probably it. >> and i love when you walked on the set. we have all the different emotions. sadness next to you. disgust is mindy kaling. lewis black is anger. >> anger. >> you were back to one of your first jobs. >> i was a p.a.
you had to put these things together. i felt bad. they would be on frame for three seconds and cut away. i would go uh. >> we have a lot more frame. >> guys made this. spent a long time doing this so. >> they did a good job. you wanted this part badly. >> i did. i took a tour of pixar and went off the path and went into pete doctor's office put me in one of your movies. they called security. no. but, no i was a huge pixar fan. and, just asked to be involved with it and they said yeah. >> they've outdone themself this is time. completely engrossing film. you were made for this because you say you live in a perpetual state of fear. >> i do. i'm always nervous. i have a nut allergy. so every time i eat, i'm nervous. i know there's going to be something in there. >> no wonder you're in a state of per pemppetual fear.
>> especially in new york. >> let's channel mindy kaling. how about disgust? >> when i read books, i find it disgusting when people describe eating food. i just -- >> you have a real food thing, huh? >> i don't like it. people go oh, they were munching on eggs and slurping up their coffee. i'm like they had breakfast. they're having breakfast. they were eating breakfast. >> can you outdo lewis black on anger? >> no. he's a genius. he's so good at anger. i live in l.a. it's boring. just being on the 405. >> that will do it. here too. before you go i want to talk about that project you had awhile back. you made a make a wish girl so, so happy. we have b roll. you played a firefighter going back to her high school. what was this about? nts that
>> that's me as a firefighter. her wish was for me to come and prank her school. it was her idea to come as an old, grizzled fireman and make the kids do meaning lets drills and give them weird advice and to talk mostly about myself. and my weird -- where i grew up and things like that. and, soy would go the classroom to classroom and they were the nicest kids in the world. >> they went for it. >> by the fourth classroom, as we were leaving, some kid did this stuff to me and i was like oh now they know. we revealed myself. a big reveal in front of the whole school. it went good. she's a great, awesome girl and grace -- >> working with amy schumer as well? >> yeah train wreck. amy's not a train wreck. amy, train wreck. oh you mean the train wreck? yes, we have a movie together
called train wreck. >> first everyone go see "inside out." when we come back how one incredible boss is paying it mmm, red white and blue pancakes. it's patriotism on a plate. i bet washington and jefferson would have eaten these. and at $4.99, that's less than a lincoln. red, white & blue pancakes are back and only $4.99. denny's. welcome to america's diner.
now to "gma's" everyday heroes. the ceo literal paying it forward. he's not forgotten where he came from. meet chieh huang. a man the business world calls the ultimate success story. the ceo of boxed. he started this wholesaler in his garage two years ago. the magic of huang is the ceo's heart. heart so big that huang recently
made the jaw-dropping decision to pay for his employees' children's college education. i can't do what i do without people putting in a lot of back-breaking and hard work. it's just any way of thank them. >> reporter: he says he grew up poor. the driving factor that got him to a ceo position is a good emg occasion. >> i want to help these folks. they're starting on this journey with us. >> reporter: amng those benefiting, mark bobco, the son of joe, a boxed employee. he starts college at bloomsburg university in the fall. under the terms of the new program, all four years of his undergrad tuition will be funded by huang. a value of over $100,000. >> i feel extremely lucky. i never thought in a million years this would happen to me. i appreciate what chieh's doing for my life.
>> it lessens the burden. it makes a difference. >> reporter: if an age of corporate greet, huang stands out. he insists he's not a hero. >> i'm the complete opposite. what i'm doing is the right thing. >> he's a hero. this is something that puts a smile on somebody's face. lit definitely allow me to want to help other people. and follow in chieh's footsteps. >> a humble hero. the best kind. we'll be right back.
good morning. if you want to make good commute time, do not take highway 87. a new study finds 87 is the most jammed freeway in the south bay. it has the most stop and go traffic during commute hours. 880 was a close second. it would help if commuters car pooled. good morning, everybody. the cool temperatures of yesterday will be around again today, so i hope you like it. we'll be in the upper 50s low 60s along the coast. 64 in fran. everybody else in the 70s until deep inland. going to the game tonight, temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. we have a b.a.r.t. delay about ten minutes on the tale city line. as we take a look, this is 87 in san jose. we have an accident julian one of
the lanes. there is quite a >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, star of "orange is the new black," taylor schilling. and from the new film, "a little chaos," alan rickman. plus, sportscast erin andrewser joins michael at the co-host desk. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] now, here are michael strahan and erin andrews! [cheers and applause] ♪ erin: thank you. hi, guys! yeah. michael: hello, hello, hello