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good morning, america. breaking overnight, fireball on the runway. a crowded passenger jet goes up in flames while taking off from las vegas. >> we have a fire, i repeat. we are evacuating. >> passengers escape down an emergency slide. at least a dozen rushed to the hospital. black smoke seen more tan a mile away. the investigation into what caused the explosion. i'm sorry. hillary clinton changes course. >> that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that. i take responsibility. >> apologizing for the first time about that e-mail scandal in an exclusive interview with david muir. what she said about joe biden and the question that brought tears to her eyes. >> highway mystery. a possible serial shooter targeting drivers on an arizona freeway shattering windshields, puncturing vehicles. police call it domestic terrorism. drivers on edge and the fbi now joins the investigation.
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♪ go go and serena williams marching towards history and tennis' coveted prize, the epic showdown with her sister on the sport's biggest stage. stars filling the stands as serena moves one step closer to history. ♪ we do say good morning, america. who stayed up to watch the match last night? it went three sets and now serena williams just two wins away from becoming the first player since steffi graf in 1988 to win the calendar grand slam and that hug with her sister at the end. >> beautiful. >> it really was. >> i know, but they are truly each other's number one fans. >> they are. >> that was so evident. choked me up. >> same way. yeah. >> we'll see a lot more of it coming up. we will begin with that fiery scene on a runway in las vegas.
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british airways jet, more than 170 people on board and burst into flames on the tarmac. you see the passengers streaming off the plane and abc's matt gutman on the scene in las vegas. good morning, matt. good morning, york. when investigators arrived here later this morning. they took a look to see why the fire spread from the engine to the cargo hold. we got to see the smoke this morning up close. you can see the spoke-stained fuselage. british airways call it a technical failure but the captain credited with saving 170 lives aboard that plane called it something different -- a catastrophic failure. >> speedbird 2276 heavy, we are evacuating on the runway. we have a fire. i repeat, we are evacuating. >> reporter: this morning the scramble to explain why this jetliner turned into a fireball. >> mayday, mayday, speedbird, 2276 request fire services.
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>> speedbird, 2276 heavy fire services are on the way rfrjts flight 2276 bound for london bursting into flames on the runway in las vegas. you can see them here scrambling to safety. >> what we had here was an uncontained explosion of a jet engine on takeoff roll and that means it came apart catastrophically creating fire and the necessity for the flight crew to stop the airplane on the runway and get everybody off the airplane. >> reporter: 157 passengers and 13 crew aboard the 777 starting its takeoff with a belly fuel of fuel. more than a dozen were injured but all of them were in mortal danger. experts tell abc news a mechanical failure could have caused the engine to come apart spitting out fire and pieces of hot metal which in turn could have sparked a separate fire in the cargo hold. quick thinking crew helped the passengers flop down the emergency slides to the tarmac. >> is everybody okay? >> we had to jump down.
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you could see the flames and smoke and that's when it sort of hit me anyway it was pretty scary. >> reporter: survival instinct kicking in for this mother, escaping with her young daughter. >> it was so instant, literally it was fight or flight and i just jumped. i couldn't even say i felt anything. that's how fast it happened. >> reporter: fire crews sprang to the scene, the plane swallowed in smoke while bystanders, even passengers on other planes, watching in horror. that billowing column of black easily visible from offices a mile away. the fire paralyzing the airport. the airline telling us that all of those injured passengers have been released from the hospital. while it could take some time for this investigation to unfold, what is already clear, is that had that plane taken off on fire, this could have been catastrophic. robin? >> you're right about that. thank you. abc news aviation consultant colonel stephen ganyard joins us from washington. give us more details on what happened here, steve. >> good morning, robin. very interesting because what
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happened is early in this takeoff roll as the airplane ras running down the runway only going 90 miles an hour we say it was an uncontained engine failure. what that means is the engine really just exploded and it sent hot metal into the fuselage and started a fire in the fuselage itself so the fire you see in those pictures is really the airplane itself not the engine that's on fire and after they put the fire out you could see how clearly that fire came to almost penetrating into the cabin which meant this could have been a very serious, serious accident. >> oh, absolutely. as matt was saying, as well. you said they put the fire out quickly. they were on the scene like that and the crew and passengers did a great job of getting off that plane so quickly. >> he did. apparently what happened is, well, they were right on the middle of the runway so the crews were right there, the rescue crews right there to put the fire out. when the cabin crew opened the door they saw the smoke on the left side of the airplane and so they got everybody out the right side, closed that door back up to keep the smoke out of the cabin. crew did a great job in this
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instance but now it's going to be up to the ntsb to figure out why did this engine actually blow up. >> we want answers to that. we all do. all right, steve, thank you so much. >> such a strange one. we move to the race for president now. "your voice, your vote" and hillary clinton finally apologizing for using that private e-mail server. admitting it was a mistake for the first time in an exclusive interview with abc news, cecilia vega here with that. good morning. >> george, good morning to you. she had said she would not apologize for that private e-mail and home server, but now changing her tune with her poll numbers slipping. this is a new contrite hillary clinton. >> that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that. i take responsibility. >> reporter: hillary clinton doing exactly what she said she would not do, apologizing for that private e-mail and server not just once but twice. >> in retrospect certainly as i look back at it now even though it was allowed i should have used two accounts. everybody in the government, i
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communicated with, and that was a lot of people knew i was using a personal e-mail. but i'm sorry that it has, you know, raised all of these questions. i do take responsibility for having made what is clearly not the best decision. >> reporter: clinton telling abc "world news tonight" anchor david muir -- she should have done a better job answering questions. >> and when voters were asked, what is the first word that comes to mind when you think of hillary clinton, words like liar, dishonest, untrustworthy were at the top of the list. >> well, david, obviously i don't like hearing that. i am confident by the end of this campaign people will know they can trust me. >> reporter: with her poll numbers sliding and her friend joe biden contemplating a run against her -- >> would he make a good president? >> well, i like joe biden a lot and i think he is a great vice president, if he gets into this election, there will be lots of time to talk about -- you know, what he wants to do. >> would you make a good president?
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>> well, you know, i think he could be good president, there's no doubt about that. >> reporter: no doubt either about the woman she misses most, clinton becoming emotional talking about her late mother. >> and she told me every day, you've got to get up and fight for what you believe in no matter how hard it is. and i think about her a lot. i miss her a lot. i wish she were here with me. >> well, there is another headache for hillary clinton this morning. take a look at the latest poll, clinton at 42% there. her lowest standing. so far this election cycle but it's not just that with her numbers slipping, joe biden and bernie sanders now rising and this more than half of all clinton supporters say they would consider switching their support to biden if he does jump in the race. george, her supporters hoping that this apology helps turn these numbers around. >> can they turn the corner. okay, cecilia, let's see what happens. now the latest on that kentucky county clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. kim davis is free this morning. everyone waiting to see what she
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does when she returns to work. abc's alex perez is on the scene for us in morehead, kentucky. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. davis not expected back here in her office until friday or monday. when asked if going to jail was worth it, she smiled and nodded yes. ♪ rising up ♪ back on the streets >> reporter: marching out to "eye of the tiger" kim davis getting a hero's welcome from hundreds of her supporters. davis released after six days behind bars. >> i just want to give god the glory. his people have rallied and you are a strong people. >> reporter: davis jailed held in contempt of court for refusing to comply with a judge's order to issue same-sex couples marriage licenses. >> under whose authority are you not issuing licenses? >> under god's authority. >> reporter: kim davis' refusal to comply putting her own life under the microscope she became a born again christian about four years ago when her mother-in-law died and she says she had a calling to serve god. before then the 49-year-old
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clerk married four times, twice to the same man. testifying in court thursday, i did a lot of vial and wicked things in my past. tuesday, her supporters standing by her side rallied by a tearful gop presidential hopeful, mike huckabee. >> people are tired of the tyranny of judicial action that takes people's freedoms away. >> reporter: as a condition of her release the judge issued davis shall not interfere in any way with the efforts of her deputy clerks to issue marriage licenses to all legally eligible couples. but when asked if she would again block her deputies, davis' attorneys would only give one answer. >> kim davis will not violate her conscience. >> reporter: and a new legal battle forming this morning, the rock group survivor suing mike huckabee for using their song "eye of the tiger" at that rally. george? >> we will see what happens with that. okay, alex, thanks very much. so much of the country baking from this heat wave. record temperatures in the northeast pushing towards triple
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digits. the hottest day of the summer. ginger we're in for one more day of this? >> one more day, and we are stuck under this upper level ridge. that's what's responsible. the jet stream and the cool air stuck behind it for one more day. we broke records, 97, new york city yesterday. boston was 96. hartford was 96. today not quite as hot. but let me tell you it will be plenty humid and feel just as hot as it was until tomorrow then temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees cooler as we go toward the end of the week. where that will not be happening, out west. so southern california especially from san diego up through the l.a. valleys there, burbank to 100 with an excessive heat warning. san jose close to 100. and that doesn't end. it goes all of the way to the end of the week and into the weekend. look at sacramento almost 110. much more on all of this coming up. >> all right, ginger, thank you. in the meantime, to the city of phoenix on edge. police there investigating that series of apparent shootings targeting drivers on the highway. nine incidents in ten days, abc's kayna whitworth is in phoenix for us this morning. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you.
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drivers on this stretch of highway urged to use extreme caution this morning. authorities saying with no pattern of days or times, everyone is at risk. this morning, arizona drivers on edge while authorities are investigating what they consider a possible act of domestic terrorism. >> any time that you have multiple shootings against american citizens on a highway, that's terrorism. they're trying to frighten or kill somebody. >> reporter: officials reporting nine possible shootings incidents over the last ten days, vehicles struck by projectiles as they drove along a short eight-mile stretch of i-10. the major thoroughfare in the heart of phoenix, arizona. >> i don't know if it's a copycat crime. >> reporter: the spree, starting august 29th, a bullet, shattering the windshield of this suv, injuring a 13-year-old girl. just minutes later, a shot hit this tour bus, putting holes through the seats.
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luckily the driver was the only person on board. >> the person almost took me away from my family. >> reporter: and tuesday, two more shootings, one of the cars hit was a police sergeant's personal vehicle. >> both vehicles were hit in the driver's side passenger window by a projectile. i would call that related. >> reporter: the fbi and atf now joining the investigation, police warning drivers to be extra vigilant hoping they can catch the alleged shooter or shooters before it's too late. >> somebody will get hurt or somebody will get killed if this continues. >> reporter: so authorities are offering up a $20,000 award for any information leading to an arrest. also, robin, they put up a type line on these electronic billboards over the highway so people can call if they see anything suspicious. >> hopefully that will help. all right, kayna, thanks. now amy with the other top stories starting with a growing situation over one of the nation's biggest airlines. >> that's right, robin. >> the ceo of united airlines and two others have resigned
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amid a growing corruption scandal, accused of giving preferential treatment to the former chairman of the new york and new jersey port authority which operates airports in the new york area. at issue is whether united flew a dedicated nonstop route to south carolina where the chairman had a vacation home so that the airline could win his support for airport improvements. that former chairman was also linked to the so-called bridgegate scandal in new jersey. united says it is cooperating with the investigation. and new frustration in europe as more refugees pour in from the middle east. tempers flaring in hungary with hundreds again breaking through police lines near the border. that country will soon be deploying military forces. a half million refugees have now entered europe this year alone and today the head of the european commission called for a redistribution plan that would require european nations to accept a minimum number of refugees. back here in this country teachers in seattle are walking the picket lines on this first day of school. contract negotiations broke down
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over pay, teacher evaluations and other issues. thousands of parents are now forced to find alternative child care. a kayaker in the pacific northwest has quite a story to tell. look at that. she came face-to-face with a pod of orca whales. they swam beneath her and then right next to her. you can hear her there. the woman shooting the video says her hands were shaking so much she could barely hold the camera. yet somehow she held on. we got this great video out of it. finally pronouncing the names of cities and towns correctly is one of the challenges of our job being on live tv. but take a look at the name of one town in the uk. it is so big it barely fits on those signs, right? but last night on the news in england the weather guy decided he had to mention that town in wales because of it's very high temperature. how did he do? take a look. >> just up the right from llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogery- chwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch the temperature got to 21 -- >> oh!
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>> nailed it. >> but did you know that is only the second longest place name in the world. >> you'll tell us the first. >> it's in new zealand. 85 letters. taumatawhakatangihangakouauauot- amateaturipukakapikimaungahoron- ukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu. >> that's awesome. >> you wouldn't know if i said it wrong. >> the coolest part in weather we don't use the prompter so he was likely just saying it. >> you could see that smile on his face as he got it right. >> you too, amy. >> way to go. >> serena williams one step closer to that historic grand slam after a tough challenge from big sister venus last night. more on that in just 30 seconds.
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biggest match yet at the u.s. open. lara, i know you were hanging on every minute. >> every minute, george. it had it all, everyone. a sold out stadium. celebrities galore. one sister competing against another for history so how would they react? >> all eyes on serena and venus in an electrified battle at the u.s. open. >> the sold-out crowd buzzing. >> let these animals in. >> celebrities jockeying for seats. so much on line for the greatest sister combo in the history of the sport. and all that was left was the tennis. and it did not disappoint. >> big sister was the boss. >> 35-year-old venus pushing her number one ranked 33-year-old little sister to three sets.
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the two first met here at the u.s. open in the 2001 final, venus took home the trophy then but this time serena was unstoppable. >> serena williams, set and match. >> her date with history still in check. >> she's the toughest player i of prayed in my life, so -- and the best person i know. >> reporter: the little sister now just two matches away from becoming only the third woman in modern tennis to achieve a calendar grand slam. a feat last accomplished in 1988 by a then 19-year-old steffi graf. when serena was just 6 years old. but she knows whatever is in her future her biggest fan will be there, cheering for her all the way. >> i'll always be the older sister. that's never going to change. she's really the best ever. >> got chills again. >> yep. >> i just love that. and she always is there for serena in that box cheering her on.
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>> and normally serena doesn't show that type of emotion when playing venus but she did last night so you know -- that's true. >> much more ahead this morning, a terrified mother begging police to save her from her sons. the chilling 911 call from inside the home and investigation. and also, apple's big reveal. the new products that changes the way you use your phone and tv and how to get big bucks for your old gadgets. big reveal. the new products that changes the way you use your phone and tv and how to get big bucks for your old gadgets.
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my theory is pretty simple. happiness, before cleanliness. gooey. flaky. happy. toaster strudel. now with more icing. welcome back to "gma." you have to see this video out of louisiana. vermilion bay. you see that waterspout in the distance. top to bottom then look at this. this guy goes directly inside it. we do not recommend doing that but certainly cool video to see.
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you can see damage and, of course, injury inside. good morning, i'm eric thomas. five years ago today one neighborhood was shattered after an, ploegs from a pipeline. eight people were killed, 66 injured. dozens of houses were destroyed. the blast resulted in a record $1.6 billion fine against the utility. pg&e filed motions to dismiss criminal charges. this morning leaders will provide an update on the city's recovery. happening today apple is expected to unveil new products and upgrades during their fall press event. it's taking place in san francisco starting at 10:00 a.m. the company is expected to showcase an updated version of the iphone, new features for apple tv and possibly an expansion of the ipad line.
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let's get a look now at traffic in the bay area. >> as we take a live look from sky 7 hd, we're looking at a packed westbound 580 up to the richmond toll plaza. it's full coming away from 80 heading out of the east bay to get to the north bay. very heavy traffic indeed. we have a couple accidents. the first is here in san jose northbound side of 101 blocking a lane. and westbound highway 24. when we come back, meteorologist mike nicco will have more on the hot temperatures we will experience welcome to subway, what can i make for you? how about our new flavor-packed italian hero, loaded with three authentic italian deli meats. including our new spiced capicola,
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good morning, we're off to a hazy start. that could change as we head
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into the afternoon hours. it is a spare the air day with record heat possible. warm, nice through friday, then the clouds and sea breeze cooler but more humid on the way. 11:00 this morning, 7:00 this evening, everybody even the coast under a heat advisory. temperatures in the mid-50s to mid-60s but wer on our way to the 90s and 100s. except at the coast we'll be in the 80s. coming up on "good morning america," the new iphone is coming so where are the smartest places to sell your iphone now
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you're looking live at the scene in san francisco where apple is expected to unveil its new iphone in just a few hours. the company has sold a record-setting 180 million iphones in the past year alone. >> always a game of can you top this when apple comes out with a new product. we'll see if they can do it again this morning, as we say good morning, america. following that and other big head lines we are following this morning. right now, investigators on the scene of that near tragedy on the trar mack in las vegas, trying to figure out what caused that crowded british airways jet to go up in flames. the pilot is credited with saving all 172 people on board. good news for your 401(k). stocks soaring in asia overnight. markets in japan enjoying their best day since 2008, following one of the best days on wall street this year. a lot of good news there. one other big story. queen elizabeth making some history today. we'll show her getting flowers
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from fans and, michael, you have the latest on that. >> yes, i do, george. good morning. and the queen, she's about to become the longest reigning british monarch today, 63 year, 7 months, and 2 days on the throne, but who's counting? we are with a special tribute that's going to be just ahead in our "speed feed." >> we're looking forward to that. but first this half hour, we begin wi begin with, oh, boy, a disturbing story out of atlanta where two brothers have been charged for trying to kill their parents. the terrifying incident all played out on a chilling 911 call from the mom. abc's linzie janis is here with that story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. detectives are processing evidence right now trying to determine why these two young men from what appears to be a happy and successful family would try to murder their own parents. >> please send someone to my house. my children are trying to kill me. >> reporter: that's yvonne ervin calling 911 claiming her own
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sons are trying to kill her and her husband, zachary. >> my husband has distracted them and i was just able to get to the phone. please hurry. >> reporter: the momentary distraction of 17-year-old cameron and 22-year-old christopher giving her enough time to make this life-saving call. >> please. >> okay, how did they try to kill you, ma'am? >> they're trying to strangle us and shoot us and put xanax in our food and they thought we were asleep they tried to attack us. >> reporter: minutes later police arriving at the family's home in this upscale atlanta suburb saturday morning. according to the police, they discover 50-year-old zachery ervin coming out of the garage stabbed and covered in blood. later telling police his son hit him on the head with a shotgun. upstairs yvonne ervin is found lying beside her bed badly beaten. outside, cameron up set.
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according to the police report telling officers just shoot me now and i just tried to kill my parents. who does that? this video showing both young men being booked at the county jail. cameron's high school friends say they're shocked. >> i couldn't imagine cameron doing something like that. >> reporter: both boys played football. christopher seen in this ncaa recruiting tape even getting a scholarship to the university of charleston in west virginia. when police arrived at the house there was a strong gas smell and they later found a gas line tampered with. police suspecting the brothers may have been trying to burn down the house. they've been charged with aggravated assault and arson. they're due in court for a preliminary hearing on friday. george. >> boy, that is such a strange one. okay, thanks very much. we turn to that murder mystery in dallas. a young dentist gunned down in her apartment complex. question about a possible link to a love triangle. police have interviewed and searched the home of her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend. abc's ryan owens has the latest. >> reporter: kendra hatcher posted smiling pictures of her and her new boyfriend on facebook. she was a dentist.
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he a dermatologist. the question this morning, was jealousy of their young love a motive for her murder? abc news obtaining just released search warrants from dallas police that claim hatcher was followed, tracked by her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend before she was gunned down in the parking garage of her dallas high-rise. >> female is laying next to a silver chevrolet sedan with the door open. >> reporter: according to the documents the 33-year-old ex-girlfriend used a black iphone to follow hatcher's movements last wednesday, even allegedly paying an unnamed gunman $500 to rob the pediatric dentist and bring her hatcher's driver's license as proof. the search warrant also says she ended a two-year relationship with hatcher's current boyfriend earlier this year. dallas detectives say they have interviewed the ex-girlfriend, searched her apartment and seized a computer, but have not charged her with any crime.
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>> we have a shooting. we're looking for a black jeep cherokee. >> reporter: so far the driver of that jeep caught on surveillance tape leaving the murder scene is the only one charged. 23-year-old crystal cortes has not yet entered a plea but police say she's confessed to conspiring with the ex-girlfriend. this morning, police are still trying to find the gunman and now trying to figure out if a jilted lover masterminded the murder. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas. >> our thanks to ryan and now the latest on that high school football referee blindsided on the field by two players. those players now allege the ref directed racial slurs at them. and one of their coaches has been placed on paid leave for what he allegedly said to them. abc's t.j. holmes has the details. >> reporter: the two players responsible for this vicious takedown of a referee tell school officials they were retaliating for bad calls and his bad words.
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>> the players were feeling lots of frustration by what they perceived to be missed or wrong calls by the refs. the players also allege racial slurs were directed at them by the umpire. >> reporter: district officials now filing a formal complaint against the referee and another possible contributing factor, one of their coaches, assistant coach mack breed is now on paid leave after he was allegedly caught on tape telling the players, quote, that guy needs to pay for cheating us. >> his alleged suggestion to the students was inappropriate and could have led to this incident. >> reporter: meanwhile, the ref is speaking out reportedly telling the website unfortunately, this will be big news, adding liable and slander have already been committed against me. the players are now suspended, from the team and police are investigating the on-field incident to determine whether they will face criminal charges. t.j. holmes, abc news, new york. >> every time you see that video, even the nfl they weighed
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in and said there's never -- it's inexcusable. >> no question about it. >> that's not the way to handle it at all. >> not at all. coming up apple's big announcement. and what it could mean -- it could mean big money if you already have an iphone. also this morning, tom brady speaking out about those divorce rumors. we're going to have what he's saying about his relationship with his supermodel wife in just a little bit. ♪ everybody dance now. ♪ come on let's sweat, baby. ♪ let the music take control. ♪ let the rhythm move you. ♪ everybody dance now. ♪
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>> reporter: new iphone, the biggest ipad ever and an apple tv that plays games, those are the secrets expected behind the curtain at today's massive apple unveiling. the anticipated iphone 6s expected to look about the same but with a faster chip, better camera and new force touch screen like the apple watch. but the biggest news could be a new apple tv. >> it's the one kind of territory that apple hasn't yet conquered and just dominated and i think at this point apple is saying, okay, let's go do that. >> reporter: finally there's what the tech world is dubbing the ipad pro, a huge nearly 13-inch screen, more power, speed and a new keyboard to make it more like a laptop. if the new upgrades sound enticing, there's plenty of ways to make money off your old iphone or ipad to help pay for them. lots of websites right now offering consumers instant quotes for their old phone, one company gazelle is offering a best price guarantee promotion leading up to the announcement.
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for an iphone 6 in good condition, we found gazelle is offering $401. a similar site called glyde posts your phone online for others to purchase. their approximate offer, $385, and big box stores, like target and amazon, are getting in on the action. why found an iphone 6 at amazon gets you a $495 gift card at amaz amazon. or for the ultimate in instant gratification, something called eco atm where you put your phone in, have it scanned and potentially get cash for it right on the spot. >> you should absolutely sell now. you have about 2 1/2, 3 weeks until the next iphone goes on the market and when that does, you can expect your older device to drop by at least 1$100, if nt more. >> reporter: of all the new things coming out today the one thing that tech polls show they want most is longer battery life.
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call her the queen but her official title is -- i had to write this down and need to take a deep breath. elizabeth ii by the grace of god of the united kingdom canada in her other realms and territories queen head of the commonwealth defender of the faith. >> well done. >> whoo! and i just go by michael strahan, everybody. but kensington palace tweeted this quote from william this morning saying, i am privileged to have the queen as a model for a life of service to the public. and so what do you get a woman who has everything over the past six decades? the woman has received some very unusual gifts. she's received sloths, black beavers, an elephant named jumbo, sounds like a few friends of mine and even a grove of maple trees and we know that the queen is famous for her love of tea, in fact she says she's had two cups a day so for the past 63 plus years she's enjoyed about 46,000 cups of tea, everybody.
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that's a lot of tea. and so i brought some tea and scones to commemorate that big day here for the queen, but only across the pond. so, this is not officially from the queen but, you know, for her big celebration in her honor. >> yes. i'm having a sip of your tea because they didn't bring me a cup. >> i've actually eaten with the queen. >> i know you've met the queen. so how was that, robin? >> it was wonderful. i was invited to the white house. excuse me. she was there, mrs. bush actually invited me and the thing is when she's finished eating, the queen, you have to be done. you have to quit -- >> is that true? >> really? >> i would not know that. >> what if you're hungry and she's not? >> it's okay. we do that when you're finished eating. >> listen, thank you for bringing that to us, michael. >> steven tyler is going to be singing here live. >> awesome. and the cma nominations are coming out. >> awesome. and the cma nominations are coming out.
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♪ bang bang into the room good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. google's grocery game changer. the new supermarket showdown that may change the way we buy our food. ♪ i've never been in love before ♪ tom brady calls time-out on speculation he and giselle are splitting up. what the super bowl champ says about marriage to the supermodel. ♪ we never go out of style stealing melissa mccarthy's style. >> you should be able to be daring with it. it's just clothes. >> the superstar reveals her secrets. how she nails the perfect outfit and how to break the rules every time you're getting dressed. ♪ i was crying when i met you we love steven tyler "crying" but wait till you hear him go country live with kelsea
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ballerini. >> one, two, three. >> both: good morning, america. >> bam. >> crushed it. yes, they did crush it. steven tyler. country's breakout star, kelsea ballerini, both here exclusively announcing the top nominations for this year's cma awards, and steven is going to be performing his first ever country single for us just ahead. very happy over here. very happy. >> wow. for a country song, can you still do that? i'll be in the background doing it. >> way to go, ging. >> control room. >> we also have a breakfast wake-up call this morning, "breakfast rescue." before you reach for that muffin -- take a second thought. >> too late. you already reached for it. some have more fat than onion rings. >> oh, come on. >> robin, you know what that
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mean, just have the onion rings. >> yesterday twinkies, today onion rings. you're right about that, lara. amy with the morning rundown. yeah. good morning, guys. the big story this morning. the near disaster at the airport in las vegas. a british airways flight roaring down a runway when one of the engines caught fire, the boeing 777 rolled to a stop. the emergency slides deploying and everyone running for the exit. there were no serious injuries, incredibly. investigators now working to determine how that fire spread from the engine to the fuselage. the city of baltimore has approved a $6 million settlement with the family of feddy grew. his death in police custody sparked weeks of protest. six officers still face criminal charges in gray's death. and several apparent shootings are terrorizing drivers in the phoenix area. at least nine cars have been shot in the last ten days, seemingly hit at random with some kind of projectile along interstate 10. a $20,000 reward is now being offered in the case. and new tensions today as europe tries to cope with the massive crowd of refugees from
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syria. the head of the european commission calling for a redistribution plan that would require nations to accept a minimum number of refugees to ease the burden on hungary and greece. well, turing to politics, hillary clinton will be announcing her support for the iran nuclear deal today. it comes a day after she apologized for using a private e-mail server, calls it a mistake. on the republican side, donald trump and senator ted cruz head to capitol hill today to rally against the iran deal. and google may be entering the grocery delivery business. rebecca jarvis has the details. web giant google announcing they will begin testing delivery for fresh food and groceries as part of their google express service. huge caveat, the trial will start rolling out only in san francisco and one other yet to
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be determined city and won't begin until later this year. but the move is a clear sign of the increasing shift towards digital shopping. now a little over 2% of grocery shoppers are using those virtual carts. the industry's expected to earn $13.1 billion this year alone. >> it's a lucrative market. more and more consumers are wanting this option of pressing a button and having food delivered to their doorstep. >> reporter: the home delivered grocery market is already saturated with major competitors. there's amazon fresh. >> now you'll have more time in your day. >> reporter: fresh direct, instacart, peapod and hyvee and now google is beefing up the competition telling us they want to help customers get the full store delivered to them. >> it's kind of a race to see who can provide the best service for the least amount of money. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> all right, thank you, rebecca. and in medical news some new insight into the struggle millions of americans face each day with chronic pain. a study from our partners at yahoo! finds 100 million
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americans struggle with chronic pain, back pain being the most common. about 25% of sufferers say they have lost a job because of it and 74% say their marriage has suffered. doctors say we need to take chronic pain more seriously as a medical condition. and finally, feast your eyes on the world's most expensive cake. it is a diamond encrusted creation in the shape of a catwalk ordered by a wealthy dad in the united arab emirates for his daughter's birthday. the price tag, $74 million. everything is edible except for the 4,000 diamonds and the 3400 other stones like amethysts and emeralds. i call the piece with the 6.4 carat yellow diamond. finder's keepers. >> wow. >> wow! >> yeah, it's incredible. >> how old is the girl? >> i don't know but never old enough. >> $74,000. i thought that was a lot. >> million. >> million dollars. >> million dollars.
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rumors to the sidelines. >> we're in a great place. you know, i'm a lucky man, i've been very blessed. >> reporter: during a radio interview the four time super bowl champ told boston's weei 93.7 f.m. that his storybook marriage to super mod supermodel giselle bundchen is better than ever. >> there's no bigger supporter that i have than her and vice versa. >> reporter: just a week ago reports surfacing that the couple considered getting a divorce during brady's grueling seven-month struggle with the nfl deflategate. after a judge ruled in his favor, brady finally putting those breakup rumors to an end. >> i've been very blessed to have an incredible relationship with, you know, my life partner and i don't think anything will ever get in the way of that. >> he's a very private athlete and he's a very private celebrity and he did it during a sports interview and that just sort of helped to squash any rumors and any tabloid gossip about it because he did it simply, he did it directly, and he did it not in a way that fed the gossip rumor mill.
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>> reporter: despite talk of trouble, the power couple showed no signs of turmoil on social media. gisele posting shots of the happy family vacationing for brady's 38th over the summer with the caption "happy birthday, my love. we're so blessed to have you in our lives." and just this week posting this, proud papa brady playing with their 2-year-old daughter with the caption, "and my heart melts." #biggestlove, #family. >> it shows their relationship was in a strong place and no problems in their marriage whatsoever. >> and referring to deflategate, brady says it's been a tough challenging seven months, but the scrutiny he says both on and off the field is something he sees as part of being a public figure. but, of course, after six years of for better or for worse, he still calls it an incredible relationship. he says he looks forward to playing on thursday night. >> oh. >> keeping a level head about it. >> i kind of miss sacking him. >> you miss sacking him. you just had to throw that in. >> i had to. >> and we miss watching you sack him. >> well, some people don't.
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thank you, juju. now to our series "breakfast rescue." this morning is all about muffins, and you can grab them on the go, but are they a smart choice? abc's becky worley is here with some answers. good morning, becky. >> reporter: good morning, michael. muffins, sweet, filling, homey, like a little piece of grandma sending you out into the world each day, but, wah, wah, these muffins may be a huge contributor to that muffin top you're trying to get under control. from a staple at your morning meeting to grab and go food at the coffee shop but -- >> you're grabbing and you're going but you're really not doing yourself any favors. >> reporter: we bought them from starbucks, dunkin' donuts and costco then asked nutritionist maya feller to give us a visual comparison with the costco muffin. >> what's a food equivalent that will help me see this better? >> you'll be so surprised. >> whoa. >> believe it or not -- >> reporter: wait, this equates to that? >> in fact, these onion rings have less fat than this muffin.
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this muffin is weighing in at 32 grams of fat. >> but there's also sugar in here, right? >> absolutely. let's bring that cooler right on in. >> and the soda. >> now the playing field is level. >> reporter: compared to store bought onion rings, it's close. the muffin has 32 grams of fat, 40 grams of sugar and 600 calories. >> imagine an average man or woman around 2,000 calories for the day, 600 calories, boom. right there. >> that's a third of your food intake if you're a woman. >> exactly. >> reporter: the starbucks muffin comes in more modestly at 380 calories with 16 grams of fat but 30 grams of sugar. from dunkin' donuts this is their reduced fat muffin and does have the lowest fat at 10 grams but piles on 40 grams of sugar and 410 calories. >> people think they're doing themselves a favor because they're choosing the reduced fat option. >> oh. part of the issue is the size. 30 years ago a muffin was 1.5 ounces. now the starbucks muffin is 4 ounces, and this one from costco, well, the size wasn't posted on the box, so i had to call and ask.
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one muffin they say is 5.75 ounces, almost four times the size of our '80s muffin, but get this, they say a serving is half a muffin and we contacted all three muffinmakers. starbucks told us, "we're committed to offering a wide variety of food in the stores. the starbucks blueberry muffin is a customer favorite." dunkin' donuts says they offer a wide range of choices including better-for-you items from our ddsmart menu and costco declined to comment. listen, i don't want to be the calorie cops. >> boo! >> i know. i'm ruining your muffin routine. but, hey, that's the point. if you add something to a routine, you have to know what you're doing. so, if you have seven of these muffins, these are pumpkin and coffee cake, even more calorie dense, seven a week adds 4,000 calories to your daily routine. >> wow! >> that's the equivalent of, tah-dah, a stick and a half of butter. >> okay, some of us do have a little bit of a sweet tooth in the morning so what is an alternate? >> i'll let you do the honors.
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so one alternate is a smaller portion. you'd be surprised. cake, this is cake. but because it's a smaller portion, that's why it works. thinking about portions is important and, michael, if you would do the honors. >> so you can eat all three of those? >> no. you're worse than lara. >> i like the little mini muffins. >> this is my captain obvious comment here. eat a piece of fruit and a teeny tiny mini muffin or biscotti, just start with the fruit. it will fill you up. >> yeah. >> so, sorry to be debbie downer on the muffins. >> but look at this. come on. >> it's ridiculous. right? >> we love what you're doing here, becky. >> we all eat breakfast. >> muffins today because you don't want that muffin top. >> it's granolapocalypse tomorrow. >> ooh, granola tomorrow, george. >> i cannot wait for that. our series "stealing celeb secrets," this morning cover girl melissa mccarthy, "people" executive editor kate coyne here to share some of melissa's style tips.
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we were talking when it comes to this fashion thing, she really knows her stuff. >> yeah, she studied design and fashion in college. her intention was to become a fashion designer. and then she sort of started dabbling in improv and comedy and the rest is sort of history there. >> yeah. >> and started a fashion line, 77. >> so melissa mccarthy 77 is her line and this is not something she just sort of threw her name on and is looking to rake in money. she's a hands-on part of this entire line. she is executing these designs and she is meticulous about everything from where a seam is running to where a button is placed, something that needs a pleat or a pocket here or there. she's kind of obsessed really. >> she's also meticulous where it will be placed in the store. >> yes. >> talk about that. >> one of the missions she's on and it's really fantastic is that her goal is for all of her sizes and it's important to stress, this is not a plus size line. it's been written up that way. that's wrong. this is an all sizes in sizes 4 through 28.
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and she wants all of the sizes of her clothes to be in the same place on the main floor of the stores. so this idea that, you know, a woman who might be a slightly larger size can't go shopping with her friends because at a certain point it's like, bye, see you later, i have to go over to the tire section to where my clothes are, that's crazy, and she's calling out a lot of stores on that and demanding all of her sizes be kept together. >> taking action. she has a lot of tips. number one, and this shouldn't surprise anybody, make it fun. >> yeah, absolutely. you know, what melissa said is that as her sizes changed over the years or her different tastes or ideas changed, she never lost her sense of style and what she wants is this idea that you can wake up any day and some days you feel like wearing cheetah prints and leather pants. >> like george. >> every day. >> every day, and then the next day you want to wake up and feel sort of like a sexy secretary vibe with a silk blouse and a big floppy bow tie or something
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like that that you should be able to mix it up, do whatever you want from day to day, that it doesn't have to be something that's so heavy. >> it plays into her next tip, ignore all the rules. >> exactly. there is no -- she wants to make it very strong that you shouldn't be telling yourself, i can't wear that now because i'm a mom, or i can't wear that because i'm over 40, or i can't do that because, you know, i never liked my legs. wear patterns, wear prints, wear whatever you want. >> and i love this one. she says pay it forward. >> pay it forward so two of the shirts in her line have messages on them. one says, you're doing great, and the other one says, good for you, and that was inspired in part by her daughters who one day were walking with her and saw a man walking down the street with just a completely vulgar saying on his t-shirt and she was really inspired to create something that would make other people feel good when they saw it and that they would feel good about putting on. >> we only have five seconds. who is number one on the best dressed -- >> reese witherspoon. all you have to do is look at her on a red carpet and you will know why. she's stunning.
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>> and go get "people" on newsstands on friday. let's go outside to ginger. >> we are celebrating everybody on this beautiful -- what is it, wednesday morning? yeah, the philadelphia police department that come every year, we're so happy to see them. and so happy we got to enjoy one more warm morning. because the cold front is come. this is what it looks like in chicago, blowing over the city there. you can see the time lapse that we brought in and look at that cold front now, it is really dropping some heavy rains in northeast texas, the heaviest will come late tomor good morning, i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco with your bay area forecast. check out the haze. poor air quality, dry air and hot temperatures once again today. warmer than average nights will continue until the heat drops and humidity rises this weekend. all of us under the spare the air today and a heat advisory from 11:00 until 7:00. 80s along the coast.
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look for the possible >> and we like to celebrate every police department across the nation. but specifically you guys are the recruiting unit, right? >> correct, correct. >> just making sure. thank you to the philadelphia pd and let's get in to lara for "pop." thank you, ginger. get on in here. "pop news" time, and we all know michael strahan is, duh, a football legend and we also know he can be footloose and fancy free on the dance floor, if you know what i'm talking about. but now we can also reveal that he's also quite the fashion designer. the stylish sacker has a giant announcement this morning. his brand-new line of men's suits now available at jcpenney, but strahan not just talking the talk, this is a man who also walks the walk, so here he is on the "gma" catwalk modeling his brand-new collection. >> go.
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>> whoo! ♪ [ applause ] ♪ can't touch this ♪ my my my >> thank you. george, it's yours, this segment. all yours. >> so this is called collection by michael strahan. yep. >> how involved were you in creating it? >> very involved. i wear suits every day, here and other various jobs, and even as an athlete, it was when you go in that locker room, you have to look stylish. we're brothers so you got to go in there. it's almost a competition. so i've always been into fashion and the fabrics, the ties, the looks, the suits. >> whoo. >> everything, i'm involved in every aspect because my name is on it. >> you are a renaissance man. >> you sure are. >> i only work in the mornings, i need something to fill up my afternoons, so i'm working on it. >> and, guys, this is a family affair. he is teaching his son, well, michael jr. involved. >> yes, michael jr. joined me
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here at the fashion shoot and i wanted -- it's like a family thing, and that's my boy, and i love him, and he always told me he was so handsome. now he gets a chance to show the world what he's been telling me his whole life. >> you taught him your best "zoolander." >> and he does not have the gap in his teeth, but he's still my boy. >> well done. >> we know they look good on the strahan men and also have discovered that the stylish suits will work on everyone else from stephanopoulos. >> yeah. >> to michael's co-star channing tatum. >> oh, yeah. >> and we know -- >> no, no. >> we know they are fit for even royalty. >> wow. >> prince george proving you are never too young to take style advice. >> everybody, check out collection by michael available at jcpenney and their website. congratulations, my friend. >> welcome back. we have missed you.
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>> i have missed you. i've been watching every day so might as well have been here. i have missed you all very much. speaking of football, the super bowl has a big birthday coming up, 5-0, and the nfl has invited a huge name to perform at the milestone halftime show but it's not a new one. if you feel like you're having deja vu, you're not alone. bruno mars has reportedly been asked back to the big stage after his stellar performance at super bowl xlviii. he has not yet agreed. we hear if he does, there will be special guest stars. we're locked out of heaven at the moment because we don't know whether he's confirmed, but we sure hope he does. he's too hot. hot damn! ♪ called a police and a fire -- >> i was there for that game. he was better than the game itself. >> he was good. >> he turned it out. >> that was the game -- we broadcast that game and the game was like blah, but bruno was incredible. i think a lot of people were surprised he was picked the first time and he converted a lot of people to be big fans of his. and then finally, guys, a real quickie.
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this is a new study that we spotted in "the daily mail" this morning. might give you comfort if you're addicted to your cell phone you're not alone. a new study out of britain shows 4,000 people were surveyed and totally admitted they reach for their phones immediately after waking up. we thought it would be ten out of ten. it was only four out of ten but more than half of us do so within 15 minutes of waking up and it's not just to turn off the alarm. the addiction doesn't end in the morning. the survey shows most of us check our phones up to 50 times a day. >> easily. >> easily. >> before 10:00 a.m. i dare say. and that, everybody, is "pop news." i mean -- [ applause ] >> great job. beverly johnson is going to be here live in just a little bit. steven tyler too. ♪ i wish i could be like the cool kids ♪
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your morning commute had been a tough one. >> take a look at the toll plaza. we're seeing some improvement here as you head in from the east bay towards san francisco. we're seeing a few empty lanes for fast trackers. walnut creek, no empty lanes here. pa packed right at the highway. the drive is going to take you approximately 20 minutes to get between highway
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good morning, thank you for sticking around. we're comfortable, but we are warming rapidly. already some 70s outside. most of us in the 60s. heat advisory out to the coast today and tomorrow. 11:00 this morning until 7:00 this evening is when you have the highest risk for heat-related illnesses. heading to the coast, rip
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currents today. we have a possible record high. 80s at the coast and 90s ♪ i'm trying to forget you ♪ your love was -- [ cheers and applause ] >> you should see ginger right now. she's moving and grooven. that's steven tyler, aeromith. >> i love when he does that. you know what, this morning, though, he's going to go country and perform his first ever country single later this morning and reveal the cma nominees with breakout star kelsea ballerini. >> ashame he didn't dress up for
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"gma." [ cheers and applause ] also this morning, vanessa williams about to go back to the miss america pageant, first time in 32 year, this time as a judge and you togged to her. we'll show the whole interview tomorrow. >> how do you want people to react when they hear you're going to be a judge on miss america. >> i think they'll be some people that will still feel that the pageant had done me wrong. and they have to realize that it's a new day there and there's a whole new team there. >> yeah, there really is. we'll have more of robin's exclusive interview with vanessa williams tomorrow on "gma." she goes there. she goes completely there and she realizes there is a whole generation that's not even aware -- what. people who launched their careers with photos and video and she is saying, wow. >> came through. >> she sure did. >> right now we'll meet one of the more unusual bosses, tony
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hsieh, ceo of zappos worth a billion dollars but you would never know it based on where he lives and rebecca jarvis shows us. >> i love him. >> reporter: meet the most unconventional boss in america. by some estimates worth nearly a billion dollars, 41-year-old tony hsieh, the ceo of online shoe company zappos could live anywhere. but he's choosing to live here. in this 240 square foot trailer in downtown las vegas. >> bed is down here. there's a shower, bathroom. >> reporter: inviting our cameras in exclusively to show us around. this is your workspace. >> yep. >> you are definitely different than your typical billionaire ceo. >> i care a lot more about experiences than stuff. >> reporter: introducing us to his neighbors. ♪ we could write
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>> reporter: including his pet alpaca marley and four chickens. >> a bunch of us decided to move in for a week and then we enjoyed it so much that we decided to stay. >> reporter: hsieh owns the trailer park as part of his $350 million investment to rebuild downtown las vegas. the zappos headquarters a few blocks away. >> tony. >> reporter: here you'll find a "star wars" themed conference room and wall with musical beats. i like that one but you won't find managers or any clear sense of hierarchy. who is the boss? >> we're the boss. >> reporter: you're the boss. >> we're the boss. >> we actually are encouraging employees to move around to fill multiple roles if they want or try out one and if it doesn't work out go out and try out another one. >> reporter: a strategy that didn't go over well with everyone. 14% of employees left the company when it was first introduced. >> scary because nobody knew what was going to happen. >> reporter: but for those who
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stayed, persons like this, employees can give each other $50 bonuses for good work. >> i have about eight of them that i've earned. >> reporter: it's such a great environment. you want to be here even on your day off. >> reporter: if shoes aren't your thing, don't worry, they're not tony's either. you have four pairs of shoes including -- >> pretty much, yeah. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc news, las vegas. >> ah, so unique, thank you, rebecca. time now for "ask zee." when 5-year-old riley is not gardening or taking care of chickens she looks up in the sky coming up with excellent weather questions. >> good morning, ginger zee, i would like to know what are sun dogs. >> such a good question. that you even know what a sun dog is. a sun dog is a name we use for something that's really cared a parihelion. the bending of light. it forms when sunlight is refracted through ice crystals
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high in the air at an ang the of 22 degrees and happen with a halo, too. thank you so much, rylee. if you want to see your kids' weather questions, use good morning, i'm meteorologist mike nicco. spare the air today and near record high temperatures in the 90s to low 100s. the coast, you'll be in president 80s. here's my seven-day forecast. the heat break this is weekend, but it will be more >> and all that weather brought to you by weight watchers. amy. >> ginger, we are here now with supermodel beverly johnson, the first african-american woman to grace the cover of "vogue." she is telling all about her groundbreaking career and life in her new memoir, "the face that changed it all" and talk to her in just a moment but here's a look at her history making career. she's the powerhouse supermodel with stunning good looks that helped define a generation.
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in 1974 at the age of 21 beverly johnson made history and broke color barriers becoming the first african-american woman to grace the cover of american "vogue." more than 500 covers later in a career spanning nearly four decades johnson has more than cemented her place in fashion history. now in her new memoir, "the face that changed it all," johnson is opening up about her early years growing up in buffalo, new york. her meteoric rise to fame as well as her recent return to the headlines in december as one of the more than two dozen women who accused comedian bill cosby of drugging them or sexually assaulting them. >> it was almost like a family member had betrayed me. it was such a huge sense of betrayal for me. these women gave me the courage to come forward. >> reporter: to date cosby has not been charged with a crime in connection to the accusations of drugging and sexual assault and his lawyers have dismissed the allegations.
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and beverly johnson joins us now. thank you for being here. >> well, thank you for having me. >> we just heard you say in the piece that you felt like cosby was a family member who had betrayed you. >> yes. >> you called him back then. you never got to speak with him. you just spoke with his wife. >> yes. >> what would you say to him now? >> i forgive you. >> what do you think should happen to bill cosby? >> well, i'm going to leave that to the justice department and i just feel that he's a lightning rod for a much bigger conversation and that conversation would be the rape culture in america. >> you also write so much about your life as a supermodel and it really sounds like august the things we hear about are true, cigarettes, champagne and drugs. does that pretty much sum it up. >> yes and no food. you left that part out. what d >> what did you eat. >> nothing. we thought water was fattening back then. >> how did you sustain yourself? >> youth.
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>> youth. >> youth. >> but describe what a typical day was like. >> well, a typical day is, you know, waking up at 5 a.m. and going on a shoot and, you know, traveling the world and working with amazing photographers. i do remember sleeping a lot in between shooting but it was just a wonderful career, of course, what happens with the wonderful career, you have a personal life also, so i got married very young at 19 years old and, you know, i had an ex-husband that didn't get the meaning of ex and that kind of was, you know, a little complicated but basically it was really an extraordinary life. >> extraordinary. extraordinarily glamorous and incredible but also painful. i mean, the drug addiction was real and serious and life-threatening. >> well, absolutely. i think that people and particularly in the '70s, remember it wasn't addictive in that it increased your intelligence. >> made your eyes sparkle. i read -- >> you thought you looked better
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when you were on drugs. >> and you lost your appetite so i mean we know more now than we did then. we lost a lot of people to and we are still losing a lot of people to drugs. >> you say the '70s but is that culture in the modeling world still happening now. >> i don't know. i'm not there in it but hopefully people understand the complications of drugs and the dangers of drugs and -- and basically that's why i really wanted to do my memoirs and that's why i really wanted to share my sobriety with everyone. >> how did you turn your life around and find sobriety? >> i found sobriety in a 12-step program and i found sobriety with the spiritual path that i started to go on and also with the strength of my daughter and my family and also just wanting to, you know, have the life that i always wanted and the life i think i deserved. >> well, you certainly put it all on these pains. it's an incredible read. beverly johnson, thank you very much? thank you very much for having
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me. >> "the face that changed it all" is in stores now. coming up we've got taylste tyler and kelsea ballerini here with the cma nominees all coming up next on "gma." [ applause ] hey! let me help with that. oh, thank you! ♪ introducing the one-and-only volkswagen golf sportwagen. the sportier utility vehicle.
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it is time now for the big reveal. we've been waiting all morning to find out who will be celebrating big at the cma awards.
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i love coming upstairs. it's like club "gma" up here. i love it. joining us to announce the nominees for some of the hottest categories four time grammy winner, steven tyler. [ cheers and applause ] and breakout star kelsea ballerini, dubbed country's next queen by "billboard" magazine. take it away, steven. [ cheers and applause ] >> you know, i think letting the cat out of the bag is a lot easier than trying to stuff it back in. the nominees for cma new artist of the year are sam hunt, maddie & tae. thomas rhett, chris stapleton, kelsea ballerini. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, my god. >> those are the untilnys for cma new artist of the year. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> yes! oh, my gosh. the nominees for cma album of the year are "old boots, new dirt," jason aldean, "pageant material." kacey musgraves, "pain killer" little big town, "9 big revival." kenny chesney and "traveller," chris stapleton. >> all right, the nominees for cma female vocalist of the year are miranda lambert, kacey musgraves, carrie underwood, lee ann womack and kelsea ballerini. >> it's not real. that's not real. >> it's real. own it. >> oh, my gosh.
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>> own it. own it. these are the nominees for cma female vocalist of the year. >> oh, my gosh, okay, i'm really going to get it together. i'm fine. the nominees for cma male vocalist of the year are dierks bentl bentley, luke bryan, eric chu h church, blake shelton and chris stapleton. those are the nominees for cma male vocalist of the year. >> all right. the nominees for cma entertainer of the year are -- >> big one. >> garth brooks. luke bryan, my man kenny
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chesney, eric church. >> yeah. >> miranda lambert. >> whoo! >> those are the nominees for the cma entertainer of the year. >> all right! i tell you what, i know that brad and krarrie are back to emcee the awards but if they can't make it, you two -- >> we'll fill in. >> back for another year. you heard the man say, two nomination, own it, kelsea. >> i'm shaking. >> own it. how do you feel? >> i sat at the cma awards as a fan last year. what is this? i'm so excited. oh, my gosh. >> standing here with steven tyler. >> i know. >> we're so excited that you are joining the country family. just tell us how that all came about, steven. >> i just met scott at a fund-raiser and i told him my dream to do a solo project and he goes, well, why don't you come down to nashville. join my label so next thing i
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know i'm there and the rest will be history. i can't wait. >> oh. >> so excited. >> do you want to hear steven tyler sing? [ cheers and applause ] congratulations again, kelsea, well deserved and the cma awards will be broadcast live november 4th right here on abc. next up, steven tyler.
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will you be ready when growth presents itself? realize your buying power at we are back now with steven tyler and here he is with his band performing "love is your name." >> here we go. ♪ ♪ mmm mmm ♪
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arrested. steven said philadelphia's finest is here with us. you look -- [ applause ] you look like you assumed the pose a time or two. >> nothing foreign to me. >> kelsea, congratulations on your two nominations. we'll be watching. steven tyler's single "love is your name" is in stores right now. have a great day, everybody.
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good morning, i'm kristen sze. happening today apple is set to unveil new products and upgrades during a big event in an hour. the company is expected to showcase an updated version of the iphone, new features for apple tv and an expansion of the ipad line. more on the heat wave with mike. >> poor air quality, rip currents today and record highs. 80 at the coast. 90s and 100s for the rest of us. my seven-day forecast the heat will break this weekend but the humidity will rise. a hefty 23 minutes to get across the bay bridge from the mcarthur maize. over to san jose we have an injury accident involving a motorcycle on highway 85 as you come up to saratoga avenue. watch for delays. >> now it's time for "live with
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kelly and michael." join us for our midday news a at 11:00. have a great day. >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." oday, stand j.p. -- stand-up comedian, craig ferguson. and from "90 minutes in heaven," kate bosworth. and can michael learn to love snakes? find out as we continue "live"'s "we said whaaat?" week. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] now, here are emmy winners kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪


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