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good morning, america. breaking overnight. top secret. hillary clinton under investigation as abc news learns at least two messages stored on that private e-mail account were highly classified. the justice department set to pore through the documents. her rivals taking aim. meanwhile, donald trump riding high -- >> ladies and gentlemen, president of the united states, donald j. trump! . >> rob: this morning, about to go on their so-called honeymoon, the terror bust in america. a young mississippi couple arrested, charged with trying to join isis. the honors student and her new husband stopped, plane tickets in hand. miracle rescue, caught on tape -- >> lord jesus, please watch over us. and let my niece be okay. please, god. please let my niece be okay.
>> the hero uncle racing in to save his niece, trapped after a terrifying car accident with only minutes to spare. how he saved her life. ♪ oh here we go and without a net. take a look at this daredevil slackliner. taking the sport to new heights this morning. nearly 1,000 feet off the ground, between two cliffs, falling several times. his death-defying attempt to break a world record. ♪ we do say good morning, america. we were watching that video for the first time. oh! hold on there. george is enjoying a little vacation time. great to have david muir with us all week long. and we have a very busy wednesday morning for you. take a look at this, an s.o.s. signal made out of branches. we are going to have the incredible story behind this picture. the kayakers signalling for help. >> unbelievable. saved the family. also this morning. we'll start with the trouble with hillary clinton.
the investigation into those private e-mails heating up. the democratic presidential hopeful agreeing to hand over that private e-mail server to the justice department now. let's get right to jon karl joining us now from martha's vineyard where the president is vacationing. jon, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, david. for months hillary clinton has resisted republicans' efforts to get her to turn over that e-mail server she used as secretary of state. now in a surprising development, she's doing just that. hillary clinton has now agreed to turn over the justice department the private e-mail server she used as secretary of state. a move is the sign that the investigation into the handling of classified information in mrs. clinton's e-mails has entered a new, and potentially more serious, phase. sources tell abc news, at least two of the e-mails sent by mrs. clinton were classified as top secret.
in an interview on foxnews, gop front-runner donald trump accused mrs. clinton of breaking the law with her use of private e-mail. >> did she commit a crime? yes. will they prosecute her? perhaps no. >> reporter: trump's momentum shows no signs of waning. in his first campaign stop since last week's debate, trump packed the house in michigan. >> ladies and gentlemen, president of the united states, donald j. trump! >> reporter: trump remains as confident and defiant as ever. >> leading in iowa, leading in new hampshire. leading everywhere. >> reporter: the donald is still riding high in the polls, predicting he would win over virtually every key voting demographic. >> i think we'll do very well with a lot of votes. we'll do great with the hispanic vote, we'll do well with the women vote. >> reporter: but polling guru nate silver who correctly
predicted all 20 states in the presidential election declares trump will not win the nomination noting that nearly 60% of americans still have an unfavorable opinion of him. hillary clinton's decision to turn over that e-mail server comes when her popularity in several polls people think she is untrustworthy. it was said, it's about time. it mrs. clinton's handling of classified it information must be fully investigated. now to that surprising case of homegrown terror. a young mississippi couple, accused of trying to join isis, an honors student and her new husband arrested at the airport as they were about to make their way to syria. abc's steve osunsami is live with the latest. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. this was an fbi sting and authorities say most of it happened online. this newlywed couple in federal
custody this morning now accused of trying to join a terrorist organization. she's the smart young woman in this high school photo from homecoming court, a honors student who competed in the robotics team. seen here graduating high school. this morning, federal authorities say she's also a homegrown supporter of terror. jaelyn young is confessing that she and her new husband were traveling to join isis in syria. >> super smart, super intelligent. always very polite. insightful, thoughtful, not radical in any way. >> reporter: undercover agents pretending to be terrorists spent the summer talking with the couple on social media saying that last month, she even praised the murders of four u.s. marines killed by a gunman in chattanooga. young and 22-year-old muhammad dakhlalla were married june 6th and according to this federal complaint were pretending the trip to syria were their honeymoon. investigators say at one point, the mississippi state student
told them how she plans to help isis fighters. i am skilled in math and chemistry and worked at a lab here on my college campus. we learn very fast and would love to help with giving medical aid to the injured. investigators say, he told them, i am willing to fight. i want to be caught what it really means to have that heart in battle. federal agents arrested them with plane tickets in hand. flying from mississippi to turkey where authorities say they are planned to slip into syria. they are being held this morning without bond. both of their families seen outside federal court say they're stunned. the family of this young man, an imam at a local mosque. his family released a statement, theg his father preaches peace. while the family loves their son they don't under how this happened. prosecutors say they're cooperating fully with their investigation. david. >> steve osunsami this morning. steve, thanks. two major developments involving two separate police videos. we have now learned that a texas police officer has been fired after shooting and killing that
college football player who was jumping on cars. that investigation ongoing. from ferguson, missouri, this morning, new surveillance video emerging. of that teen shot, critically wounded. you're about to see the video that police say shows the teenager pulling out a gun first. abc's kendis gibson is in ferguson for us. good morning, kendis. >> reporter: relative calm returning to the streets of ferguson overnight. authorities are deciding now whether to lift that two-day-old state of emergency. this as we get new video showing how the violence started. police say this newly released video captures 18-year-old tyrone harris grabbing a gun out of his waistband and pointing it to the cops. who shot and critically injured him seconds later. it followed a night of ferguson protesting commemorating the anniversary of michael brown's death. harris' father said he brandished the gun in order to protect himself. since then, more than 140 arrests he following two consecutive nights of clashes between police and protesters. st. louis county police
enforcing a state of emergency declared for the area. now, also dealing with a new complication. >> just protecting people. that's all. >> reporter: the oath keepers are back, heavily armed men we first saw on the streets of ferguson last year during the protests. meanwhile in arlington, texas, police officer, brad miller, fired from the force this morning, after he fatally shot unformed 19-year-old college football player, christian taylor. miller responding to a call from this car dealership where surveillance video captured taylor damaging cars in this deepership. and those authorities in texas say whether former officer miller is indicted on criminal charges remains to be seen. robin. >> all right, kendis thank you. now to wild weather in the southwest. strong winds in the phoenix area kicking up dust storm and monsoon storms moving through the area. right, ginger? >> yes. and damaging winds up to 65 miles per hour. i'll show you the pictures soon. first, the stunning one, the lightning one on the right.
you can see that dust storm so 0 high, moving across the phoenix landscape, trapping hiker on cam camelback mountain. listen. >> oh, my gosh, we're close to top of the mountain and there's a giant dust storm coming our way. >> visibility near zero. you can see those hikers there. the helicopter from our affiliate catching them and that moving so quickly through. this is normal for this time of year, but, boy, they were likely very dusty and scared when they got down. 65-mile-per-hour winds did this to chandler airport overnight. we'll have the forecast coming up. >> ginger, thanks. we turn in the meantime to that toxic spill, the emergency that conditions. the tainted water. arsenic from that mine spilling into the river in colorado this morning as the head of the epa visits, taking blame for that catastrophe, promising to do everything possible to clean it up now. clayton sandell is in durango, colorado with the latest for us. clayton, good morning. >> reporter: david, good morning. today the head of the epa is coming here to see this disaster zone for herself and likely get an earful from people who think
her agency's response has been too little, too late. this morning, the head of the environmental protection agency is taking full responsibility for the disaster that turned this river a toxic orange. >> i'm absolutely deeply sorry that this ever happened. my message to folks that are angry, we're working as hard as we can. >> reporter: the agency is facing mounting criticism when the epa's own workers accidently triggered the 3 million gallon spill last week at an abandoned mine. "p" i'm not sure everything i said to them is fit for public consumption. it is in every sense unacceptable. >> officials say levels of toxics arsenic and lead are returning to normal. but a sickly sludge combined with the weather could still cause problems. it is now starting to rain here and the concern is all of this toxic sludge will be washed back into the river and on the move again. downstream, tourists in utah warned the plume is coming. >> you're not suppose to use your water. you're not supposed to go in a
lake. >> reporter: but there's some good news, biologists say some of the tiniest wildlife in the plume's path, these may flies, are surviving. >> the fact that it was here and still alive is encouraging. >> reporter: now, even though contamination levels here are dropping and officials now say they don't expect any health problems for people this river will remain shut down until more tests give the water the all-clear. robin. >> rightfully so, clayton, thank you. now to the unfriendly skies. a new federal report indicates complaints against airlines are soaring this year. customers upset about delays and rising airfares. abc's david kerley is at reagan national with all of the details. good morning, david. >> reporter: some of these parkes are sending a message to the airlines. the number of complaints so far this year up markedly. fly spirit airlines and you had only a 50/50 chance of arriving on time in june. the airline blames the weather.
but spirit got the lowest rating industrywide according to a new government report. overall, 20% increase in airline complaints, the first half of the year. airlines are getting worse. >> waiting in line. >> there's never enough room. >> reporter: one-third of the complaints about flight delays and cancellations, like that united flight that ended up landing in remote canada. >> we are walking on a trail somewhere -- >> reporter: -- leaving passengers to hike to the barracks for shelter. complaints about customer service up a third. about fares, complaints more than doubled. >> it's completely packed. prices are higher at the highest point they have been in five years. all of the way back to the recession. so people are upset. >> reporter: among the big four carriers, southwest and delta had the fewest complaints, american and united the most. and these are just official complaints to the government. all those tweets and postings,
not even counted. carriers are quote committed to continuous improvement. and point out the complaint about lost bags down. delays and cancellations are the biggest complaints. so far, fares are also a big concern for passengers. robin, a little bit about customer service. frontier airline just got rid of its 1-800-number to save money. >> ouch. all right, david, busy morning behind you at reagan national. >> complaints are getting ready. >> the complaints are getting ready. now amy has the other big stories. starting with a big scare, involving a u.s. ship? >> that's right, robin. a u.s. army helicopter was approaching this ship in okinawa. when it made what is called a hard landing. it happened on the deck of a navy supply ship. you can see the damaged chopper there. part of the tail snapped off. seven people were injured. no word on the extent of their injury. and a major drug production facility in testimony north
carolina is tearily shut down after the bacteria that causes legionnaires was found in a cooling tower. the company says there's no indication that any drugs were contaminated. here in new york, 12 people died in the legionnaires related to cooling you toers. and it's a crucial day today for quarterback tom brady. he's facing off in court against the nfl as he battles to overturn his suspension in the so-called degategate investigation. ryan smith is here with all of those details. ryan? >> reporter: good morning to you, amy. tom brady and the players union are expected in this federal courthouse fighting to have his four-game suspension thrown out. they'll be going head to head with nfl commissioner roger goodell in federal court. hours before this hearing, the judge in this case tried to broker a settlement. ordering both sides to engage in settlement talks. goodell told owners that brady's fate is now in the hands of the court. brady denied any wrongdoing. saying he never asked anyone to deflate footballs. if his suspension is upheld, he won't play in a regular-season game until october 18th. amy?
>> all right, ryan thanks for that. an embarrassing locker room brawl has left the quarterback for the new york jets sidelined up to ten weeks. geno smith suffered a broken jaw after being sucker punched by a teammate. they were apparently arguing over money. the teammate has been fired and has now apologized. smith posted this picture promising he'll be back. a stunning sight off of the coast of mexico. this is believed to be the largest great white shark ever caught on video. and that is one brave man right there. the female shark named deep blue is 20 feet long and believed to be at least 50 years old. experts say it's rare for sharks to reach that age. and hopefully, that size as well. finally, one of life's special moments with some very special witnesses. afghanistan war veteran, tyler jeffries lost both his legs back in 2012 but that did not stop him from getting down and proposing to the love of his life. i'm going to ask you, do you see
anyone familiar there in the background? as he's proposing? if you look closely, that's former president bush and his father along with both former first ladies, jeffries was among the wounded veterans invited to the bush summer home in kennebunkport. he said he was thinking of proposing and the bushes said, hey, do it at our house, we'd love for you to do it here. the bush's summer home in maine. so, he said, i can't pass that offer, the elder president later tweeting his congratulations. wishing the couple a lifetime of joy. very sweet moment there. >> he looked pretty good there, the elder bush. >> yes. >> party in kennebunkport. >> maybe they can have the wedding there? >> uh-oh. >> there you go, amy. >> maybe pushing it. want to switch gears, and tell you about this quick-thinking kayakers, showing off their survival skills. stranded in arizona, their boats damaged, they made this s.o.s. sign out of tree branches to help rescuers save them. abc's cecilia vega has their story. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a peaceful excursion down
this arizona river, just a few hours into their two-day trip, the rapids got rougher and this group of friends hit not one but two logs. their inflatable kayak ruptured. >> when that river got worse than we expected, we were really praying and we were concerned about being able to get out. >> reporter: leaving them stranded in the wilderness overnight. >> we left a plan with friends to call for help if we didn't call in by saturday night at 7:00. >> reporter: they rationed what little food they had. ate what desert food they could find, filtered water and after trying for nine hours, were able to send a text to a friend saying they needed help. then they got creative. >> we thought maybe someone will fly over. let's put an s.o.s. sign. up the bank. there was a nice, flat area and there were tons of dry wood all around. >> reporter: arizona's state troopers in the helicopter spotting that giant s.o.s. from the sky.
coming in for the rescue. this morning, they say the kayakers did everything right. >> they didn't get excited, they didn't enter into that panic state of mind. they actually had the presence of mind to create a ground signal. >> reporter: but the group's misadventure is not going to keep them on dry land. they say they're looking forward to hitting those rough waters again. >> you know what, it was great adventure. i loved it. i'm eager to go again. some time soon. for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> a great adventure. >> glad everything worked out. >> that's one way of putting it. glad everything worked out. we have tornado warnings outside of denver? >> just east of denver, this funnel showed up. lots of pictures streaming in. listen to this video. >> oh, no! we're in aurora, colorado. >> the sirens blaring in aurora, colorado. and today, it will be a lot dryer east of denver, certainly some storms out west in the mountains.
going to 90 in denver today, too. good morning. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. clouds are late, and that means it's going to be mostly sunny. friday, triple digit heat inland. today we go from the upper 60s along the coast in san francisco. low to mid 70s along the bay. take it to the east bay, mid 80s there. my accuweather seven-day
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>> good morning, america. and right now, democratic presidential front-runner hillary clinton is getting ready to hand over her private e-mail server to the justice department. abc news has learned at least two e-mails on that account were top secret. the investigation entering a new phase. "the new york times" reporting that inmates in the prison in upstate new york where those two killers escaped in june now claimed they were beaten by guards during the urgent manhunt for the men. tom brady and roger goodell come head to head in court today. the latest chapter in the so-called deflategate scandal. brady trying to get his four-game suspension overturned. and we do say, good morning, america. so much ahead this wednesday morning. megan trainer's lips may be
moving but she's canceling the rest of her tour. she's suffering a vocal chord injury. lara is going to be standing by with a lot more on that. >> indeed i will, david. >> wishing her the very best. we hear about that a lot with a lot of artists. >> the strain, yeah. >> it's a real issue. >> yeah, it is. we begin this half-hour with that new development concerning actress kelly rutherford and her international custody battle. a federal judge ordering her two young children to be sent back to their father in monaco. abc's linsey davis here this morning with that story. >> reporter: media was kicked out of the courtroom yesterday but lawyers said there was no scene, everything was done quite civilly. they said the kids hugged and kissed their mother good-bye. she said she would see them soon. and they went right to their pa turn national grandmother. this morning, rutherford's children landed in monaco. this morning, the children of "gossip girl" star, kelly rutherford are back in monaco with their father daniel giersch as the bitter custody battle rages on. >> no words at this moment. no words.
>> reporter: a teary rutherford leaving a manhattan federal court without 8-year-old hermes and 6-year-old helena who had been staying with her the past five weeks. the grandmother taking the kids straight to the airport after the hearing. how does a mother lose basically custody of her kids? >> kelly rutherford has been placed in a no-win situation. no court's willing to step up and enforce any requirements on him. here in the united states. so, in effect, these kids are now monaco kids. >> reporter: tuesday's hearing is the latest in a six-year saga between rutherford and her german businessman ex-husband. the couple originally supposed to share custody after their divorce, until giersch's visa was revoked in 2012 when a judge ruled he should stay in monaco with their father. granting rutherford summers with her children.
>> it's very hard. it's been kind of cruel in a way. we just want to see each other. and be together. >> reporter: giersch calling rutherford a kidnapper after she failed to return the children last week as mandated by the agreement. his lawyers very happy with tuesday's ruling. >> he's a loving father. he's very pleased that the order has been enforced. >> reporter: when asked by reporters how rutherford is feeling. >> how any parent would feel that lost their kids. >> reporter: rutherford and her ex-husband will be back in court september 3rd in monaco to discuss custodial and medical decisions. and his lawyers say if there will be other measures taken to prevent her from keeping the kids beyond the terms of their agreement. david? >> of course, these kids now old enough to understand everything that's going on. that emotional rescue caught on camera, the alabama uncle
who's a true hero this morning, saving his 11-month-old niece, the baby trapped in a car after it plummeted down a cliff. mara schiavocampo has the story. >> reporter: david, good morning. amazing video. that man was using the light from his iphone's video recorder for the residue, in the process, capturing the whole thing. he said he only posted it so people can see a miracle in action and this morning, many are calling him the miracle worker. >> moments of panic? you call 911. you let me work. you let me work for my niece! >> reporter: and prayer. >> lord jesus, please watch over us. let my niece be okay. please, god. please let me niece be okay. >> reporter: caught on camera. tyler blake kimbrell working frantically to rescue his baby niece after a terrifying accident. the car completely overturned. 11-month-old breleigh lifeless. and silent. >> her car was completely upside-down. all of the glass was broken. and then on either side, you
you know, 10, 20 yards, give or take, you have literally -- you have mountains that you're going to fall off of. >> why isn't she crying? >> because, just do what i say! if you want this to work out you do what i say! you call 911. you let me work! >> reporter: kimbrell had been following his sister, destiny, when she lost control of her car. while destiny was ejected from the car unhurt, baby breleigh was trapped in the car seat. >> uncle blake's going to get you out of here. >> reporter: then, after two long minutes, a welcome sound -- breleigh's cries. but she's still stuck. >> what are you stuck to, honey? what are you stuck to? i can't get you out. i need that little arm. >> when i heard that cry, it was the most precious cry i had ever heard in my life. because that let me know she's not unconscious anymore, and that she's probably going to be all right. >> reporter: finally, four minutes in, kimbrell manages to free the baby. >> i got you, sweetie.
i got you. >> reporter: handing her off to first responders and her grateful mother. >> i love you so much. lord jesus, watch over her please. >> it was just like relief, like all i cared about my baby was alive and it was a miracle we came out both with no scratches. nothing. >> reporter: a miracle indeed. kimbrell said he's cpr-certified. he checked to make sure she was okay before moving her. that is important. he now started a go fund me page for his sister who lost most of their clothes he in the accident. what great brother. >> oh, my gosh, just hearing him. how he was talking to his little niece. >> and that cry. when he heard that he knew she was going to be okay. >> thank you, mara, thank you. over to ginger. what do you have behind you there, ginger in? >> this is a dust devil. i'm calling it a sootnado. it is actually in the area burned by one of the fires in california. it's picking up that soot, a
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7:42. back now with gma on the lookout. and this morning, new details about the car crash that injured comedian tracy morgan. a government investigation alleging the truck driver who crashed into morgan's limo had been awake for 28 hours. it's a wake-up call about the dangers linzie janis has the details. >> reporter: 28 hours. that's how long a walmart truck driver had allegedly been awake for before plowing into the back of tracy morgan's limousine van last june. >> there's a terrible accident. the car flipped. it's on its side. >> reporter: the national transportation safety board just
releasing its report on the accident that severely injured morgan and killed another passenger. >> the driver's decision to drive approximately 800 miles overnight and immediately report for duty was a factor in his fatigue and therefore a factor in the crash. >> reporter: kevin roper pleading not guilty to vehicular manslaughter. his lawyer telling abc news, he disputes the ntsb's conclusions. the case putting the spotlight on more major accidents being caused by extreme fatigue. watch the view from inside this public bus. the driver accused of falling asleep at the wheel, crashing into several cars. and this one, or this driver in denver. experts say, drowsy driving is now a national epidemic. more than a third of americans in one study admitting to sleeping behind the wheel. in fact, drowsy driving is responsible for over 100,000 accidents a year. >> two seconds with your eyes
off the road doubling the risk of an accident. >> reporter: ron claiborne demonstrating the dangerous effects himself, staying up all night. >> almost been up 24 hours. >> reporter: then driving a mini fan on a closed track while attached to a brain monitor. the scan showing he had so-called microslept 18 times, dozing off a few seconds without realizing it. who's at risk more often? experts say people who sleep six to seven hours a night are twice as likely to have an accident. as those sleeping 8 hours or more. people who sleep less than five hours increase their risk up to five times. >> that phenomenon, microsleep, where your eyes are open, but your brain is asleep, experts say it's extremely dangerous. right now i'm on a closed track, going around 30 miles per hour, if i were to microsleep for
eight seconds i would travel the length of a football field. you can imagine just how much more dangerous that would be if i were on a highway. bottom line, experts say, if you don't get sleep, don't get on the road. lara? >> linzie thank you. that is terrifying. coming up on "good morning america" -- the heart-pounding stunt caught on camera. a daredevil walking across a wire nearly 1,000 feet above the ground, trying to break a world record. >> also in our next hour -- >> oh! >> why do they do that to us? >> also in our next hour, which is better for you, sugar or artificial sweeteners? dr. ashton will break it down. come on back. dr. ashton will break it down. come on back. yeah. we need to sell it.
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attempting it. you're about to see moments that will make your heart stop. imagine this, you're almost 1,000 feet off the ground, crossing between two cliffs. no safety net. just another day at the office for spencer seabrook who set out to be the world's record for slacklining. near vancouver but just seconds into his attempt, he slips on the 210-foot long slackline, catching it with his arms to avoid falling to the ground. slacklining similar to tight roping, but with a is nylon webbing allowing it to sway. between the walker, tusually practiced a foot off the ground tied between trees. seabrook and his pals take slacklining to new heights. crossing gaps hundreds of feet in the air. ♪ >> reporter: before first gaining notoriety at the super bowl when madonna came face to face with slack liner andy lewis
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♪ am i wrong ♪ am i wrong good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and the government going after kim kardashian? what she posted on instagram about her pregnancy that has the feds on fire. ♪ i know you lie >> so-called milk siblings sparking controversy this morning. a mom breast-feeding her baby and a friend's baby at the same time. >> it seemed very natural, just another baby that was hungry. >> is it really a good idea? dr. ashton weighs in live. ♪ "good morning america's" diet wars, sugar versus artificial sweeteners. which offers the sweetest way to cut back on those unwanted calories? ♪ this girl is on fire alicia keys, a girl on fire, opening up for the first time about why she said she chose to hide by dressing like a tomboy
all those years. ♪ blurred lines and no blurred lines this morning. robin thicke here performing live, as we say -- >> good morning, america. robin thicke joining us here in times square. addressing his fans. hanging out with them. >> got a lot going on right now. some music. he's going to debut a song. can't wait to hear from him performing live coming up. >> we heard his band bright and early this morning. they were upstairs. they are ready to go. >> they were singing in the hallway. >> exactly. >> they were. they were. >> getting ready. also coming up, what goes on in your mind when you're exercising. a new study is taking a closer look at what so many are thinking when they're running. and we talked about it yesterday.
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his momentum may be slowing though in new hampshire, where john kasich and carly fiorina have gained ground since last week's debate. the head of the epa will face some tough questions this morning as she visits that toxic spill in colorado. epa workers mistakenly released millimeters of gallons of waste water containing arsenic from that abandoned mine. the water flowing into new mexico and utah, residents are demanding to know when the water will be safe to drink and use for crops. kim kardashian is under fire from the federal government. after posting information about a drug she said helped her with morning sickness. reena ninan has those details. >> reporter: this morning, the feds are keeping up with kim kardashian's instagram post. the food and drug administration calling into question one of the reality star's post from july. showing kim kardashian with a bottle much the morning sickness
drug, diclegis. >> the only fda-approved prescription for nausea. >> reporter: kardashian a paid spokesperson endorses the prescription medicine in her post, writing, you guys know my morning sickness has been pretty bad. so i talked to my doctor. he prescribed me diclegis and i felt much better. the fda sending this warning letter to the drug manufacturer saying the post is misleading inta it presents efficacy claims but fails to communicate any risk. the agency demanding the drugmaker crease from it misbranding the drug. kardashian has since pulled the pic and in statement to abc news, a rep for the pharmaceutical company says, duchesnay usa will take quick action in responding to the fda's letter. immediately addressed any issues. for now, the soon to be mom of two has kept mum on the selfie takedown. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> all right, reena, thanks for that. all right, finally, one feisty grandmother here in new york sure has something to celebrate. she had some time to kill before a hairdresser appointment.
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and her friend's child at the same time. she calls the kids milk siblings and it's igniting a firestorm online. abc's rebecca jarvis has the story. >> reporter: this morning, a remarkable photo sparking major debate. a woman breast-feeding, not just her own baby but her friend's son as well. >> i feel like he's my son. and i treat him as my son. >> reporter: pennsylvania mom charlie interrante wanted her son mateo to breast-feed even if she couldn't do it myself. >> i knew what was best for my son. at a time that he needed something more. >> reporter: not able to pump at work, mateo began reacting badly to formula. so, her friend jessica coletti suggested a unique solution. >> how did you pake the decision? >> when she offered i was just nothing but thankful for it. >> reporter: have you ever nursed another person's child at that point? >> no, it was very natural.
it seemed very natural. >> reporter: while many are applauding the gesture of friendship, some taking issue. one writing, i found this picture disturbing. the world health organization lists milk from a health wet nurse or human milk bank as the best alternative to milk from a woman infant's own mother. >> the woman has been screened, if she's healthy, if she's substance free, it shouldn't be a problem. >> reporter: colletti isn't the only woman to share her own milk. salma hayek choosing to breast-feed at a world health clinic back in 2009. >> i thought about it. am i being disloyal to my child by giving her milk away? i actually think that my baby would be very proud to share her milk. >> reporter: as for these two friends, they not only describe their sons as milk brothers, but they're now raising them together under one roof. interrante moving in with colletti and her husband two months ago.
is this the family of your dreams right now. >> right now this is what works. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis. abc news, new york. >> here with me now dr. jennifer ashton. jen, wet nurses used to be really common and still are in some cultures, is this a modern-day equivalent of that? >> it is. this has been going on since the beginning of time and it is still going on in other parts of the world. we get very emotional and get pretty uptight with anything to do with the breasts. i think part of that comes from the fact we need to uncouple the breast as a functional body part, which is what it is in this case and the breast as a sexual object. >> there are concerns, like, physical health concerns about what that mother is giving someone else's child on a physical level and on an emotional level as well. >> right, i think those are valid issues to raise and discuss. but largely, they are properly overhyped.
breast milk is a body fluid. can you transmit infection? yes. do you want make sure they're healthy? that's always important. but the social issues, this is not child abuse, this is child care. this should be a judgment-free zone. it's not for everyone. but it's for that mother, that child. and the woman whose breasts that child is attached to. >> if you're a mom, and you're having problems producing milk are there suggestions to boost your production. >> 100%. this is what i recommend, relaxation, hydration and stimulation. for stimulation, breast-feeding is best, because the baby can drain two to three times more than a breast pump. but this can be a lifesaver. then you have natural supplements that can help a lot also. >> dr. jen, thank you so much. >> and we should mention, we asked you, should a woman breast-feed a child other than her own? 24% said yes. 76% said no. you can see much more of this story tonight on "nightline."
david? >> i like if life can be judgment-free zone. >> if that could edonly be the case. >> apply that to the next story, alicia keys, she's actually opening up about her style. why she used to dress like a tomboy. her blog about hiding her true self has now been shared by with thousands. abc's paula faris is here with that. hey, paula. >> reporter: you know, alicia keys penned a very personal blog saying she hid herself for as long as she remembered. the main reason, she didn't want to be whistled after. looked at or talked to in that way. basically, she didn't want to be harassed. ♪ this girl is on fire >> reporter: she's the grammy-winning songstress burning up the charts for more than a decade. ♪ i keep on falling in and out of love ♪ >> reporter: now, alicia keys revealing for the first time she embraced a tomboy look in early days. it was all to avoid unwanted attention. >> you're looking good today. >> reporter: sharing on her blog
monday, when i got old enough to walk down my new york streets alone, i could feel the animal instinct. i didn't want to be looked at in that way, whistled after, and so, i started hiding. i chose the baggy jeans, i chose the ponytail and hat. i chose to hide. ♪ >> reporter: it even continued when keys hit it big. ♪ she writes, i became comfortable hiding my intelligence, my physical appearance, myself. we have seen her image transform over the years. now, the 34-year-old mom of two is hiding no more and encouraging other women to do the same. >> when i see women who are comfortable in their skin it's beautiful. >> reporter: saying you're allowed to be tough, you're allowed to be sexy, all at the same time. something she's clearly embracing. re-creating this classic image of muhammad ali. >> alicia keys is saying, i'm real, i'm vulnerable. i have things i'm working on with myself. that's an incredible thing for women to see.
♪ took a long long time to get here ♪ >> reporter: keys is no stranger to empowering others, telling our robin roberts what kind of artist she wants to be. >> someone that people can relate to and can understand and say, you know what, she's just like me. ♪ i got this ♪ i found me ♪ i found me >> reporter: now, this was a recent epiphany. she admits to this day, the first thought that comes into her head, what can i wear that won't cause too much attention? she says it's a daily battle before remindinging herself that she doesn't have to go unnoticed. a lot of women dress to get attention. she was dressing not to get attention. she wasn't comfortable with it. some people aren't comfortable with all of that unsolicited attention. >> again, no judgment zone. >> this is the circle of trust. >> i think it's whatever makes -- i love that, no
judgment zone. >> that should be our new trademark. >> whatever works for you. >> exactly, whatever works for you. >> thanks, paula. >> i love your hair. >> thank you. i did a curly thing. >> i like it. now to our special series, "diet wars," and this morning, we're taking a look at artificial sweeteners versus sugar. by 2017, it's predicted the sale of both will hit $100 billion worldwide. but is one a better option? and how do you know which is right for you? mara schiavocampo is back to help us find out. >> reporter: this week, one of the world's biggest soda companies making a big announcement. after years of customer complaints, the new version of diet pepsi is now aspartame-free. pepsi replacing the controversial ingredient with sucralose. a sweetener commonly found in splenda. the company telling abc news, diet cola consumers in the u.s. have asked us for an aspartame-free diet pepsi and we're delivering.
diet soda just one of the many products using artificial sweeteners. when it comes to artificial sweeteners, there are tons of options. from some that have been on the market for decades to newer ones that claim to be more natural. many turned to these sugar substitutes to try and help keep their weight in check. like 44-year-old christine arundel, she goes for the fake stuff about five times a week. a habit for the best 30 years. >> it's a personal choice of not drinking my calories but rather wanting to eat them instead of putting them in my drink. >> reporter: but, are they really the secret to slim? while some experts say yes, others say no. >> when you consume artificial sweeteners, they trick your body to think sugar is on the way. that gears your body up to store the food. it creates insulin, which leads to fat storage. it stimulates your hunger and appetite. it slows your metabolism and it
increases fat storage. sort of a triple whammy. >> reporter: not so sweet news for fans of these substitutes. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> jen is back. we heard them talking about the triple whammy. we heard about artificial sweeteners and sugar affecting the body in different ways. >> there are similarities and differences. let me go through the similarities. there are over 20 different sweeteners. we selected four here. there are sweet receptors all over the body. obviously, they're in the mouth, also in the brain and the gut. if you choose honey, it locks into that receptor. it does something in the body. these all work the same way. monk fruit, does the same thing. artificial sweeteners locks into that receptor, does the same thing. good old table sugar, locks into that receptor. they all work the same medically inside the body. >> there are so many options. how do you go about choosing what's best for you? >> these are the similarities. let's go over a couple of
differences. you're an athlete. we made a little competition here for you. when you compare the profiles, there are some differences. let's take best for gut health, because we're talking a lot about the gut. if you compare these four different type of sweeteners, honey performs the best. okay, but they all have different profiles. if you go to something like glycemic control, you'll find monk fruit, gives you less of those sugar spikes. if you're only looking for calories because you're really trying to cut weight and really concerned with the cal looric intake, artificial sweeteners are okay. they are low cal. the dentists hate the sugar because they're bad for our teeth. >> how about sugar in the raw? that's what i use. >> it does the same thing. world health organization, read those labels. 37 grams a day for men. 27 of grams a day max for women.
look at the labels. mostly that's added sugar. but overall sugar, it all matters. >> they're looking to more of that right now. >> all right. busy day for you jen. she'll be on twitter as well taking all of your questions. another check of the weather with ginger. >> i'm grad you asked about that raw sugar. >> how about we say a good morning to lily? a fan of the show. you're from where? >> dallas, texas. >> we're talking about the heat down in the south. get this, jackson, mississippi, for 30 days straight has been 95 degrees or higher, that broke a record for a long stretch. galveston, which you know very well i'm sure, 80 degrees overnight. hasn't broke that for 40 days. the heat is on from san antonio to louisiana. good morning. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. clouds are late, and that means it's going to be mostly sunny. friday, triple digit heat
inland. today we go from the upper 60s along the coast in san francisco. low to mid 70s along the bay. take it to the east bay, mid 80s there. my accuweather seven-day forecast, we are going to wilt almost everywhere th >> it's a beautiful morning out here, though, lara. just perfect to get a little "pop." >> thank you so much, ginger. come on in. it's time for "pop news." you hear that song. her lips may be moving. but meghan trainor's voice needs a rest. this morning we're learning the young superstar is cancelling the rest of her north american tour. she'll have surgery to repair a vocal chord hemorrhage. posting on instagram, i'm devastated, scared and so sorry. just like sam smith. trainor joins a group of artists that have been forced to go silent so they can sing again. i don't know if you guys remember, adele, that incredible voice.
she had the surgery in october. out until february. everybody waited to hear. good news for meghan, she came back stronger than ever. so, meghan, your lips are sealed. please get better soon. >> please do. also in "pop news," we were talking about this before, david and i fully in agreement on this. science have confirmed what we have long know. even runners don't always like running. researchers at the california state university, studied amateur long distance runners and concluded that they spend a good portion of the time in their run thinking about how much they hate it. the rest of the time they focus on pace and distance. taking in the scenery around them. the next time all of you fitness-obsessed friends of mine start saying, how you love running, gets me in the best mood, i know what you're really thinking. >> let's ask this one right here. so? >> i love running. i would say, only a few times, like, you know, when your legs feel like they weigh a thousand pounds.
but most of the time i love running. >> you're out there in the park going, this is the best thing i've ever done? >> yes, yes. >> there's never -- when is this going to be over? >> i have a few of those but they're few and far in between. >> i have a trick. i'm going to run to that camera. i'll walk to the next camera. i'll run to that next camera. so i can just get a mile under my belt. amy, god bless you. you are amongst -- >> breaking the norm once again. >> no judgment zone. >> yeah. and we finish "pop news" with that meow mix commercial with the catchy song. >> yeah. ♪ meow meow meow ♪ meow meow meow ♪ meow meow meow >> love that commercial. well, we found an audition of a cat that didn't make the cut. ♪ no no no ♪ no no no >> why so negative? you pessimistic cat. the frustrated feline needs to
learn the power of yes. and that is "pop news" on this wednesday. thank you very much. >> somewhere george is saying -- george is always saying -- >> that is a talking child -- >> you know that cat was saying no. >> just embrace it. >> i heard it. >> thank you. thank you. my lovely friends. >> all right, thank you, lara spencer. and coming up, actress andie macdowell sharing her beauty secrets. also coming along here in times square, robin thicke's got some new music out. he's going to be performing, "back together," it's a great one. we'll talk with him about things in the news. that, and a whole lot more on this hump day. ♪ no-no no-no ♪
good morning. breaking news. the search tips for a woman the chp officials say either jumped or tell off the bay bridge this morning. it start with a single car crash. they saw a single person stabbing offer the road and two walking east on the bike path. and one of the women went over the edge. the morning commute right now. we have a four to five car smashup south 880, two lanes blocked an delays heavy from highway 84. and a car is under a big rig. everything is over to the shoulder, but we have delays as you make it through the pass into livermor
good morning. we're mainly in the mid-50s to mid-60s. early warmth already developing. in fact watch out for the strong sunshine at the game today. astros and giants, 12:45 first pitch. we'll warm up to about 70, fall back to 68 by 3:30. walnut creek southbound on 680, already looking at hot weather this weekend. it's inland east bay antioch,
san ramon, livermore, walnut creek, ♪reek, if you could see lara now. welcome back to "good morning america." world exclusive up there. this is the new video from robin thicke, back together. the pop star teaming one nicki minaj for his new single. where is he right now? he's with robin now. they'll talk about his new music. they're just catching up. he's amazing live, can't wait. we also have greta gerwig here. she's opening up about her new film, "mistress america." a programming note for all of you, yahoo! global news anchor katie couric taking us inside the rise of the female superhero today on yahoo!.
it turns out, wonderwoman has a lot more gal pals these days. katie's introducing us to some of the biggest stars who are blazing trials. it's a great story. you can see it at yahoo!.com/katiecouric. watch it tonight on "nightline." let's sends it over to you, robin. you guys catching up there? >> yeah, we're back together. pop superstar robin thicke. new music, new album on the way. can't wait to see him perform. first, good enough to catch up. you have so much going on in your life. your fans are all lined up here, waving at you and that. and i know you wanted to say something to them, because there have been some legal issues. we can't get into the specific of "blurred lines." it's an ongoing legal case. what do you want to say to your fans about this? >> thank you all for the love and support over the last year. you go through ups and downs. it's nice when people stick by
y you. >> you get through it with new music. morning sun. >> that's the cure-all. >> do you find yourself now sunny days ahead? >> i think morning sun is about fresh starts, new beginnings and, you know, the heralding of a new day. >> and your son has really helped you, i know. >> yes. >> he's 5 years old. >> yes. well, you know, i started, you know, song writing and producing and singing professionally when i was 16. and i never really stopped until last year. and then i took some time off to just be with my son and my family. it helps you gain perspective on what's important in life. >> you went on vacation. >> yes. it was great. there's my mom and my little boy. i hadn't gotten to take my mom on a real vacation for a long time. so, it was really a magical trip for the three of us. >> when i see you around your band, we were joking -- we love when you guys are here.
they're up and down the hall. they're playing and singing. that brings great joy. >> i hope that the food fight didn't leave too much of a mess. >> no, not at all. i know you're going to be coming up to sing "back together." that song, "back together," people automatically say, is this about the ex-wife, wonderful ex-wife, paula patton. >> i didn't write this song. but when i met with the amazing producers, i just heard this idea of getting back together and getting yourself back together and, you know, what i was going through at the time i really related to that and connected with that. it's more about the theme of getting yourself back together with love and partnership. >> you have had your ups and downs. you're no different than anybody else. i know music helps me get through it.
how have you -- what can you say to people who are in a difficult situation? >> well, for me, it was the opposite. music is what i did the rest of the time. i realized that i just finally took a few months off or more, and you know spent a lot of time with my parents, even, talking, getting their advice. i grew up thinking i knew what i was doing. when you have some tough times you call on your parents and your grandfather for advice. i spent so much time with my son and that made me realize what's important. >> good for you. robin, thank you for sitting down and talking with us. you're going to sing for us, right? >> yes. >> "back together" is what robin's going to sing. but now, a final check of the weather with ginger. >> we're having a good time out here. susan's 70. one of lara's old sorority sisters is here. she says hi. let's talk about the weather forecast. 65 severe storm reports. this picture and video out of connecticut.
that has all moved off to the north and east. now, drier, cooler, much more comfortable. highs only in the 70s in portland. bost good morning. i'm mike nicco. your forecast, a little bit warmer today and a little bit brighter from 65 at the coast, to about 88 inland. my accuweather seven-day forecast, seasonal again tomorrow, but look at that scorching heat this weekend. have a great day. tr >> and all that weather brought to you by amazon echo. now to a "good morning america" exclusive. this is your first look at this week's "entertainment weekly" fall movie preview double issue. featuring brand-new photos from "star wars". you hear that music. who's behind that mask on the cover? that's just adam driver, love him, and the force is certainly awaken in this spread. the issue goes on sale nationwide friday. david. >> all right, ginger.
now to an abc news exclusive. a louisiana man claiming his ex-girlfriend conceived their child without his permission. the case is in court right now and abc's linsey davis explains how this could happen. >> reporter: this morning, a louisiana man is taking a texas fertility center and his ex-girlfriend to court, claiming the clinic illegally handed over his dna samples to her which he she then used to have his child. >> it's beyond belief. it's something that you don't read or see in a movie. >> reporter: in 2002, he signed a contract with his then-girlfriend katherine leblanc. to preserve eight vials of sperm before having a vasectomy. >> it basically stated if our relationship were to end or if he were to die, that the sperm would go to me. >> reporter: when they broke up four years later, he began dating this woman. >> the relationship was very
rocky, it was on and off. quite a bit. very volatile. >> reporter: according to hardin's lawsuit, after their relationship ended, she obtained two of her ex-boyfriend's samples at the sperm bank where they were being held without his -- leblanc's consent. >> first, you think it's impossible. this is some kind of joke. >> reporter: now hardin and leblanc are suing the fertility center for breach of contract and also suing devall saying she had no rights to the sperm. >> more security checks in place for me going and buying alcohol at a gas station than there were for her to seize a man's dna. >> reporter: in opening statements tuesday, her attorney argued that hardin went with his client to a houston fertility specialist telling he wanted to use his dna samples to get devall pregnant.
never notified the clinic later that he didn't want her to have his sperm. their son is now 5 years old. he never met him. >> one day we're going to run into each other and what do we say? do i recognize him? does he recognize me? >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. i'm here with the multitalented actress greta gerwig, she co-wrote and stars in the new film "mistress america." about a lonely college freshman whose life is turned upside-down. take a look. >> tracey. welcome to the great white way. ♪ >> times square is so crazy. >> isn't it? >> i don't know anyone who lives here. >> yours truly. i thought this was the cool place to live. >> anyone who lives in new york
maybe it's not so cool to live here, but it's great to be here and to have you here in times square. >> it's appropriate we're right here. >> tell me about brooke. >> brooke is really funny and informative and big and crazy. she's kind of like a magical character. then, there's obviously cracks in her facade. she's like, the 18-year-old girl. >> it's such a great movie. it's about the bond between these two women. on-screen relationship as you said, is usually left to just men >> that's true. as a woman, you're either deciding between a guy and another guy or servicing a guy's story. we like telling these stories about only ladies and what they're doing. >> it's fantastic. it's inspired by some of those comedies we remember from the 1980s, like "desperately seeking susan," "after hours." what did you want to bring to the big screen? >> we wanted that feeling of the
uptown square yuppie who's dragged into the underworld of a possibly dangerous woman. what happened to that woman in movies? why don't we see her anymore. we thought it would do it with two girls. >> there are a lot of laughs and a lot of heart. >> it's funny and it also hopes, i hopes it makes people laugh and cry. >> and something interesting about you, you're not on social media, and it's all about girl power for you. >> yes, it's true. because, for me, i feel like there's such an inundation, what is she wearing? and i don't like this. why did she say that? i don't need to read it. i think it's awesome. but i just feel like there's so much negative that i stay away. >> i love hearing that. that's really incredible. and by the way, speaking of incredible, you're featured in the september issue of "glamour" magazine. you can see how fashionable you are.
you share some of your dos and don'ts with the magazine. i love this, celebrate every chance you get. >> yes, i feel i'm so lucky to do what i do. i feel there are so many times when people treat it like a business. man, if there are some speakers and a bar, let's start a dance party right now. why are we pretending this is work? >> you have a lot to celebrate. greta, thank you so much. it's great movie. "mistress america." it opens nationwide on friday. go see it. lots more ahead this morning. andie macdowell sharing her andie macdowell sharing her secrets to looking timeless. notice how this breakfast burrito starts with the basic tortilla, but then inside... it's stuffed with tender, juicy, sliced steak. whoa whoa...slow down...what? i said steak. in a breakfast burrito? i can't keep up. this is advanced burrito, right? this is intro to burrito. boom. jack's new steak & egg breakfast burrito's got tender, juicy steak, scrambled eggs,
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actress andie macdowell the very definition of the phrase timeless beauty. her career began as a model and her stunning looks have helped make her a fan favorite for more than 30 years. now, she's revealing her secrets to looking young and beautiful to abc's abbie boudreaux. >> reporter: from "groundhog day" -- >> stand up. >> reporter: -- to "magic mike xxl." >> just look at you. you are just perfect. >> reporter: now starring on hallmark's hit show, "cedar cove." southern stunner 57-year-old andie macdowell not shy about
telling like she sees it. do you get tired of people bringing up age? >> i don't think it's that relative. i think we live in a society that makes too much out of it and particularly for women. >> reporter: the face of l'oreal paris for 30 years. this is an amazing cover. >> i haven't had plastic surgery. my face is my face. >> reporter: she keeps it simple. she uses coconut oil. she makes her own salt scrubs. and she loves her one hour of daily aerobic exercise. if you miss a day, do you really feel it? >> i definitely feel it. if i miss a day i'm not as happy. >> reporter: another secret, eating clean, starting each morning with coconut water. divorced twice this true beauty says for her third time is not the charm. how is dating life? >> it's going pretty bad right now. it's not going really well. >> reporter: would you be open to getting married again? >> i'm not going to do it again.
and the idea of marriage is beautiful. it's the divorce part i want to avoid. >> reporter: this is great. but her biggest beauty secret is much more than skin deep. >> there's no perfection. we're perfectly imperfect, i think. ♪ >> sorry, there's the music. we're going to start dancing. coming up, robin thicke performing live. robin thicke performing live. ♪
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good morning. breaking news, the search continues for a woman chp officials say either jumped off or fell off the bay bridge this morning following a single car crash just east of treasure island. there were three people inside the car. the missing woman is briefed to have been the driver. mike, kind of a cool morning. where do we go from here? >> we'll warm up a little bit thanks to the extra sunshine this afternoon. 60s along the coast, 70s around the bay and 80s inland. these temperatures pretty close to average. if you're going to the game, upper 60s with a whole lot of sunshine. so take sunscreen and sunglasses. accuweather 7 day forecast, hottest this weekend. eastbound 580, quite the damage. we have major delays here on 580 as well as i-80. this is how long it will take you, east bound 5 from the
bridge toll plaza, 50 minutes. more than an hour on 180. now time for live wi >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, host, judge, and supermodel heidi klum. and nascar superstar brad keselowski. and a succulent lesson as we continue "live"'s "summer school week." plus, the lovely busy philipps takes a seat at the co-host desk. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] ♪ now, here are michael strahan and busy philipps. [applause] ♪