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good morning, america. the flood of a lifetime. >> there he goes. >> an epic storm hammers the east coast. the governor of south carolina calls it a once in a 1,000-year event. fast-moving waters washing cars away. leaving drivers stranded. entire neighborhoods under water. roads destroyed. >> everything. my car. my pictures. >> the military mobilized. the coast guard rescues families from rooftops. the water still rising. we have live team coverage. right now on "gma." new this morning. hillary's big announcement. set to make headlines on gun control today. will her star turn on "saturday night live" liven up her poll numbers? abc news exclusive. the young woman who survived the oregon college massacre.
playing dead after she was shot speaks out now. >> he sounded deranged. he said he had been waiting to do that for a really long time. and he laughed. >> the terrifying ordeal, how she made it out alive. only on "gma" this morning. and home sweet home. an incredible ending to a harrowing ordeal. a toddler found days after going missing deep in the woods. >> i found baby rainn, and she's alive. >> the rescue teams who would not give up. the dramatic reunion with her family this morning. and good morning, america. let's look live right now at columbia, south carolina. this storm so relentless. you see the water piling up right there. a house in south carolina almost completely underwater right there. the flooding extends up to new jersey. this home washed away, as well. it's not over yet. look at the map. flash flood warning right now
right up the coast. >> the storm being blamed for at least seven deaths. hundreds of people rescued from the raging water. president obama signed an emergency declaration, freeing up aid for south carolina. we have full team coverage. rob marciano is in charleston, south carolina. good morning. >> good morning. the rain has stopped at least for now. but it has been four days of record shattering rain across this state and the city of charleston. these streets are still flooded. the city still shut down. the entire state still reeling from the devastating floods. this morning, south carolina under siege. >> this is an unprecedented event. >> reporter: relentless rain. pounding some areas with more than two feet. in just four days. this morning an additional five inches possible along the coast. more flash flooding and major concern. >> we haven't seen this level of rain in the low country in 1,000 years. that's how big this is. >> reporter: hundreds of
evacuations. nearly 30,000 without power. officials activating 600 members of the national guard. as rivers reached their highest level in decades. this high school football field looking like a stadium pool. the conditions fatal, with at least seven deaths so far across the carolinas believed to be related to the storm. drones capturing the swollen roads from above. nearly 75 miles of i-95 shut down in both directions. at least 300 weather related accidents on sunday alone. officials urging residents to stay off the roads. in columbia, watch as one man loses control of his pickup. a good samaritan wading out to rescue him. kicking out the back window and staying with the driver until crews could arrive. trained rescuers not even safe. >> we've had a west columbia firefighter swept away. they've lost visual contact. >> reporter: not one, but two firefighters swept away. both okay now. >> we've recovered our firefighter. he's in the truck with me.
he's a little cold, a little scratched up. >> hell, yeah! >> reporter: the coast guard saving a family trapped in their home, lifting mom and her 15-month-old daughter to higher ground. >> probably the most terrifying moment of my life. especially holding on to my 15-month-old daughter. that far up was incredibly frightening. but we made it. >> reporter: that family, the muellers, very much shaken. very much relieved when i spoke to them last night. they have to stay in the hotel another three, four days. unsure if they have a home to go back to. there are a lot of flood victims that share that same anxiety this morning. >> we go a couple miles -- hours inland to columbia, south carolina. you saw the flooding there, as well. alex perez is there. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, george. many are waking up to scenes like this one. there's a creek somewhere back here. so much water, you can't tell where the creek ends and the neighborhood begins. this morning, in columbia, residents waking up to scenes of
total devastation. >> everything that i own has been destroyed. >> reporter: people wading across streets to see what's left in their home. that's a bed frame wrapped in that tree. >> i've been here since 1986. i have never seen anything like this in columbia, south carolina. >> reporter: this man using his own boat to help with rescues. >> i was stomping on the roof and listening to see if anybody thumped back. we found a note that said we're in the attic. >> reporter: officials warning be prepared to be without drinking water for days after water mains broke. reeking havoc on the city's sewage system. >> it's hard. everything. my car. my pictures. >> reporter: overnight, we caught up with kelly, who grabbed anything and everything she could, as water came rushing in. >> i was throwing stuff on beds to try to, like, save stuff. >> reporter: the water pouring in so fast, nearly covering her. she'll spend today salvaging
what she can. >> with the holidays coming up, it will be sad. >> reporter: there's a boil order here. the floodwaters in some of the most inundated areas have already started receding. amy? >> good news, alex. this is once in a generation storm. record rain. more than two feet in some areas. ginger, unfortunately, even though we heard the bit of good news, it's not over yet. >> we have about 24 hours more to deal with. the rain still making it from north carolina into south carolina. flash flood warnings. imminent danger from wilmington to charleston. you can see the next 24 hours. it takes us to noon tomorrow when we finally see things drying out. i would love to tell you the dangers end there but the rivers still rise. they still crest and flow over. by the end of the week is when we can really say, ah, things have cleared up. you can still see a lot of the wildlife coming through as the floodwaters, too. snakes, alligators, all
something to watch for. how did this happen? why? there's a low system stuck in place, grabbing the tropical moisture. sending south carolina and north carolina a lot of moisture. totally separate from the bermuda storm. joaquin. everybody got confused thinking the rain had made it there. no. it's racing off toward europe. that is what we're tracking. we'll have more coming up. we turn to the desperate search for a cargo ship that vanished in the bahamas on thursday with 33 people on board. that ship got caught in hurricane joaquin. look at the storm at its peak. a category 4 storm at its peak. winds topping 150 miles an hour. linzie janis has the latest from miami. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, george. the ship was going from jacksonville to puerto rico. this morning, many families of the crew wondering why it ended up in the middle of the hurricane. the company that owns the "el faro" saying the captain was very experienced and wouldn't put the crew at risk.
whatever the reason, right now the search is on for survivors. this morning, exclusive video inside the desperate search for the crew of the "el faro." abc news flying with the coast guard. sunday, rescuers honing in on a 225-mile stretch. >> we found there was thousands of pieces of debris. >> reporter: the coast guard also uncovering a container and oil sheen believed to be from the vanished cargo ship. and this life ring confirmed to be from the "el faro." the multiagency search for the 33 missing crew members now spanning 70,000 square nautical miles. roughly the size of michigan. on board the vessel, 28 americans, 5 poles, 391 containers carrying about 300 trailers and cars. the crew sending a distress signal at 7:20 a.m. thursday morning. at the time, it was near crooked island in the bahamas. part of the bermuda triangle and
in shark-infested waters. the family and friends holding on to hope. >> because these men are trained to survive. hopefully they did what was needed to survive. >> reporter: increasing their chances of survival, 80-degree tropic waters. and immersion suits like this one. seen in this video. dubbed gumby suits, they're buoyant. they keep the users face-up above the water. and tote maritime, the company that owns the ship, confident in the captain. >> he was highly competent, qualified, a master, by all accounts. >> reporter: overnight, family and friends of the crew held a prayer vigil in jacksonville. that is where the crew are from. waiting for more detail from the coast guard. amy. >> thank you, linzie. and now to the bombing of a
hospital in afghanistan that's killed 22 people, including 12 staff members. the humanitarian organization doctors without borders outraged, blaming the u.s., calling the air strike a war crime. and demanding an independent investigation. martha raddatz has the latest from washington. >> good morning, amy. just a short time ago general john campbell who was in charge of forces in afghanistan said this was afghan troops, not americans who were under fire and called in a u.s. air strike. but several major questions remain. how close were the afghan troops to the hospital and was there any other way to get help without an air strike? general campbell said this morning a hospital is certainly not a target that the u.s. would go after. so who approved that u.s. air strike? and why didn't they know that a hospital was there? doctors without borders say that the doctors had given the
coordinates at the hospital to the u.s. military over and over again. amy? >> a tragic situation. thank you, martha. the race for president. "your voice, your vote." hillary clinton stopping by "saturday night live," as rival bernie sanders keeps up the pressure. drawing huge crowds and raising big bucks. cecilia vega is tracking the democrats. good morning. >> reporter: the pressure is on for hillary clinton. she's got the new gun plan she's rolling out today. she's also trying to show voters a lighter side. on "snl" the biggest butt of the jokes? herself. as vermont senator bernie sanders packed this stadium with 20,000 supporters. >> look around this room. >> reporter: this is how hillary clinton spent saturday night. >> so, hillary, what brings you here tonight? >> well, i needed to blow off some steam. i've had a hard couple of 22 years. >> reporter: especially the last couple of weeks with the
bernie-mentum and sagging poll numbers, clinton turning to "snl" trying to show voters a different, funnier side. >> oh, i get it. you're a politician. >> reporter: no one was offlimits. not donald trump. >> all anyone wants to talk about is donald trump. >> donald trump? isn't he the one that's like, oh, you're all losers. >> reporter: not even herself. >> it really is great how long you have supported gay marriage. >> yeah. i -- i could have supported it sooner. >> well, you did it pretty soon. >> eh, it could have been sooner. >> fair point. >> reporter: clinton making an appearance at a marc anthony concert. the new, spontaneous hillary clinton, who hopes to be laughing all the way to the white house. >> you're really easy to talk to. >> thanks. you know, that's the first time i've heard that. >> val, val, i wish you could be president. >> me, too.
>> reporter: on a serious note, today clinton rolls out the plan to expand gun control laws. this is in the wake of the oregon campus shooting. she wants to tighten background checks and increase liability for gun manufacturers. gun control is one of the rare issues she is different to the left of bernie sanders. >> let's bring in jon karl. the latest polls show hillary ahead in iowa. behind in new hampshire. what a critical month shaping up. especially the x factor. what is joe biden going to do? >> reporter: that's the big question. sources close to vice president biden say he's likely to clearly signal his intentions by early next week. whether or not he's going to be in this race. he is not going to be on the debate stage next week. but before those other democrats take the debate stage next week, i'm told biden will make a decision, and clearly signal
that he's in or out. those close to biden say they believe he's leaning towards running. >> okay. on the republican side, i spoke with donald trump yesterday. he's still ahead in iowa and new hampshire. the polls closing a bit. he gave some hints about what he might do if things go south. >> winning everything. winning every state, winning every national poll, and a big lead. if that changed and that went in a different direction, and if i thought that i wasn't going to win, i would certainly want to get out. i'm not a masochist. if i thought i was doing poorly, i would want to do that. >> he's still ahead. there's no coalescing around any of the alternatives. >> no. it's interesting to hear him talking about the possibility of not winning and getting out of the race. look, if you look at the most recent polls. in new hampshire, only five points ahead of carly fiorina. in iowa, only five points ahead of ben carson.
that is a lessening of his lead. he's slipped a little bit. he remains supremely confident. look what he tweeted. i'm leading by big margins in every poll. but the press keeps asking, would you ever get out? they're just troublemakers. i'm going to win. >> still confident. still having fun. let's go to tom llamas with the other top stories. starting with the fate of the college student. held in north korea. >> good morning, everyone. overnight, north korea released won-moon joo. he had been detained since april. he says he entered north korea in hopes of repairing relations between the north and the south. isis has destroyed another cultural treasure. militants have blown up the 2,000-year-old arch of triumph. it's the latest monument reduced to rubble. since isis took control of the scandal. investigation into the emissions scandal at volkswagen is reportedly focusing on two engineers. "the new york times" reports volkswagen began installing software to cheat on emission
tests in 2008. associated press says pollution could be blamed as many as 20 deaths in the u.s. a claim the company disputes. the magic number was 400 last night. drew brees threw his 400th career touchdown. against the dallas cowboys. who dat nation still celebrating this morning. and finally, a wild scene in new hampshire. yep, it's a moose on the loose. running through the streets of manchester. checking out some yards. darting back on to the sidewalk. then jumping over a honda. police eventually guided the moose back to the wild. now the cowboys have seen this video, after losing to the saints, they're trying to contact that moose's agent. they like those moves. that moose is huge. but it can move. >> thank you, tom. a 2-year-old is so lucky to be back home this morning. her harrowing ordeal in just 30 seconds.
now to the happy homecoming. a toddler back with her family after a massive two-day search. after she wandered out of her great-grandparents' home. reena ninan has our story. >> 911, where is your emergency? >> hey, i found baby rainn, and she's alive. >> reporter: this morning, a happy ending to a harrowing two-day ordeal for the family of rainn peterson. >> hi, baby. stay still. >> is she okay? >> she's got flies all over her. but she's okay.
>> reporter: this photo capturing the moment of relief. as the 2-year-old is found alive just over half a mile from where she first disappeared after a massive weekend search. the toddler's great-grandparents reporting her missing around 7:30 friday evening. telling police she wandered out of their ohio home where she lives with two other siblings. her worried family pleading for her safe return. >> it's the worst feeling in the world. >> reporter: and just before nightfall sunday, a volunteer on a four-wheeler spotted a child sleeping in tall grass and called 911. [ crying ] >> hi, baby. hi, baby. >> reporter: both caller and operator stunned. >> you're okay, sweetheart. i swear you're going to be okay. >> is she -- is that her i hear? >> she's just crying. >> okay, i hear her. oh, i just got goose bumps. >> oh, my god, me, too. i couldn't give up on this kid.
thank god. >> reporter: authorities take rainn, wet and cold, but otherwise unharmed, to the hospital. as police investigate how she went missing in the first place. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> what a relief. >> i think all of us are breathing a sigh of relief. a lot more coming up. a young survivor lucky to be alive. speaking out after that horrific oregon shooting. >> he had us get up one by one and asked us what our religions were. >> inside the terrifying moments and how she survived only on "gma."
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welcome back to "gma." you're looking live at columbia, south carolina, this morning. the rain still falling. the state hit by historic downpours. the governor calls it the worst in 1,000 years. now blamed for seven deaths. leaving thousands without power and water this morning. flash flood warnings continue. people being told to stay off the road. >> the rain is coming down. much more ahead. good morning, everyone. other headlines we're following. hillary clinton making a big announcement on her plans to expand gun control if she's elected president. she's calling for tighter background checks and increasing liability for gun manufacturers. and the supreme court kicks off a new term this morning with major social issues on the docket. abortion, birth control, and affirmative action topping the agenda.
why some baseball fans are saying taylor swift is trouble. jesse, you'll have more. >> is there such a thing as a taylor swift curse? there's a lot of superstitious baseball fans who think so. we'll tell you why coming up in our "speed feed" just ahead. we begin with an abc exclusive. one of the students who survived the oregon college shooting tells her terrifying story. explaining how she made it out alive and what she heard from the killer. neal karlinsky is in roseburg with the story. good morning, neal. >> reporter: george, good morning. investigators learned a lot of information this weekend. including that the gunman took his own life. much of what they know is from eyewitnesses. like the woman you're about to meet. she is a marketing student. her second day of college ever. she was shot in the back when her gunman stormed in. she says she played dead to survive. this is her remarkable story.
>> i could just -- i could hear everyone breathing hard and freaking out. and crying. and -- he -- he asked everyone to move to the center of the classroom. so we all kind of just like, army-crawled to the center. >> reporter: to say that 18-year-old anastasia boylan feels lucky to be alive doesn't do justice to how overwhelmed she feels to be here. you're thinking you might not make it out of the room? >> i didn't. i didn't think i was going to make it. the last thing i remember praying was that my family and my loved ones and that the family and loved ones of my peers would somehow know that we're all okay. >> reporter: from her wheelchair inside the oregon hospital that helped save her from a gunshot wound to the back, she recounted the nine minutes of hell inside umpqua community college last
thursday when chris mercer opened fire. she said the gunman even spoke to them. >> he sounded really deranged because he said he had been waiting to do that for a very long time. he laughed. >> reporter: he laughed? >> he laughed after he shot the teacher. >> reporter: she says he picked out one student specifically to be the one who would live to tell the tale. >> he said, the kid in the glasses, get up. i need you to do me a favor. today's your lucky day. and hands him this, like, business envelope. because, he wasn't going to be able to do that after he was done killing the rest of us and he said he was going to kill himself. >> reporter: she says he had a question for each of his victims. >> he had us get up -- one by one, and asked us what our religions were. >> reporter: when the student said his religion, he was shot? >> yeah.
the shooter said that, um, he -- would only feel the pain for a couple of seconds. and that he would be with god soon. and then he shot him. >> reporter: she played dead as he called out to her and kept her eyes shut. and then, it was over. >> all of a sudden, i heard that one kid in my class say that he was dead. he's dead. he's shot in the head. everything's okay. >> reporter: you made it. you're safe. >> i will never, ever take for granted a second, a minute, an hour, a day. ever again. >> reporter: such a strong woman. she still has some numbness from the gunshot near her spine. she expects to make a full recovery. >> our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the roseburg community. we move on to an urgent manhunt in dallas. a woman who allegedly masterminded a murder for hire.
paying to have her romantic rival, a popular dentist, killed. ryan owens has that story. >> reporter: she might just be the most wanted woman in dallas this morning. 33-year-old brenda delgado, who police say plotted the execution of her romantic rival, dr. kendra hatcher. >> she's a fugitive. wanted at this point for capital murder. >> reporter: delgado, seemingly a woman scorned. her dermatologist ex-boyfriend, seen in this facebook post with his new girlfriend, the popular pediatric dentist delgado allegedly targeted. search warrants claim delgado stalked her ex's new love. even using an iphone to track her movements on the night she was shot to death. in the parking garage of hur dallas high-rise last month. >> one female possibly shot in the neck. >> reporter: on friday, police finally tracked down the alleged triggerman, 31-year-old kristopher love. who detectives say still had the
murder weapon with him. this morning, he's behind bars on a capital murder charge, just like 23-year-old crystal cortez who was arrested last month. she admits that's her behind the wheel of the get-away car. that love allegedly got out, shot and cortez drove them away. >> it was a murder for hire. >> reporter: a crime so chilling police say the woman accused of masterminding it would only pay the alleged hitman $500 if he brought her dr. hatcher's driver's license as proof the deal was done. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas. >> our thanks to ryan for that. coming up next, "gma investigates." the potential dangers of keyless ignition systems. watch what can happen if you forget to turn off the car and accidentally keep the engine running. caused joint pain. just like my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. and i was worried about joint damage.
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parents dead after they accidentally left their car running in their attached garage. >> i was unaware there was a problem until this happened to my parents. >> reporter: the 2013 lincoln mks had a push-button or keyless ignition. rena put the key fob in her purse. despite an audible warning. likely made by the car. officials say the gas seeped into the house and killed them both. to find out how quickly the fumes can turn deadly, "gma investigates" conducted a demonstration. working with expert monitoring c.o. levels. the bay shore fire department in long island, new york there to keep us safe. the car, a chrysler 300. one of many on the market with keyless ignitions and no automatic shutoff. this garage, free-standing. we covered the vents. to mimic what could happen with many attached garages. we'll leave the car running.
a check every 30 minutes. 2 1/2 hours in. >> 890 parts per million. and that could be potentially lethal. >> reporter: then, at almost 4 1/2 hours in. >> if you were to go inside right now, close the door, you would probably lose consciousness within five to ten minutes. death would follow. just behind the door, it's lethal. >> reporter: at this point, the fire department too worried about the danger to continue. for the chrysler in our demo, there are alerts inside the car. but that's not much use if no one is inside. chrysler says its cars meet or exceed all applicable safety standards. most cars have an alert. some cars have an automatic shutoff. all cars should have that, critics say. >> if you know it's a safety risk and you have an easy way to fix it, why wouldn't you do it on all cars? >> reporter: the nhtsa proposed
a brief but piercing alarm. not an automatic shutoff they will issue a final rule in february. the fontaninis are suing ford, the maker of lincoln cars. ford says the keyless ignition system has proven to be safe and reliable. many of their current models have an automatic shutoff feature. >> this was a senseless accident. it could have been prevented. >> reporter: alex perez, abc news, chicago. >> critical to make sure it is shut. >> i would appreciate the automatic shutoff. i've left it on. >> i have, too. coming up, jesse is in our "speed feed" area. what do you got? >> is taylor swift joining the ranks of unlucky celebrities? there are are a lot of people that think so. we'll tell you why next. some think so? we'll tell you why next. er mah gerd @mcdonalds, serve brkfast after 10:30!
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major league baseball city, there seems to be a major losing streak. ♪ now we got bad blood >> reporter: bad blood between swift and the most superstitious baseball fans. ♪ don't say i didn't warn you >> reporter: it seems every time her concert hits one of their stadiums their team strikes out. the latest victim? the toronto blue jays. she played at the rogers centre friday night. the jays lost the next day. ♪ boom, crack >> reporter: she took the stage saturday. the team lost 12-3 to the rays. >> i love the blue jays. this is not good news right before the concert. >> reporter: the curse first cast a spell over the nationals in july. the lights going out mid game. not once but three times. nationals pitcher max scherzer tweeting, who was the last one to use nationals park last? taylor swift. i blame her.
♪ bad blood hey >> reporter: the curse making its way to texas. the houston astros losing 7 of 8 games following the concert. and the padres went 11-18 since her august performance. and taylor is not the only superstar linked to a sports curse. within two weeks last year, justin bieber may have cursed three big teams. he was on the scene at first when the knicks got routed by the bulls. the next day, he was there when the knicks spoiled lebron james' cleveland cavs homecoming. days later, he joins a pittsburgh steelers bible study meeting and then they lost to the jets, guys. >> bible study and a curse? >> you remember drake at the u.s. open with serena williams. >> just blame it on other people. >> i like that. >> convincing. when we come back, we'll tell you the best day to book your holiday travel. coming up, "gma's" football
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♪ make you glad you came and we have the ultimate dad squad answering your questions. from the king of the court to the scandalous commander in chief. shaq and tony are here live, as we say -- >> good morning, america. and good morning, america. shaquille o'neal, a gentle giant this morning with the rose. who else is here? and tony goldwyn, from "scandal." they're giving their dad advice. coming up in a little bit. and the new beauty boom. all about the biggest beauty breakthroughs. helping you look and feel better. a new treatment that claims to be the end of cellulite. that's coming up. okay, but first, let's get the morning rundown from tom llamas. the historic flooding in south carolina. seven deaths blamed on the weather. some parts of the state swamped
with more than two feet of relentless rain, buckling buildings and roads, washing away homes. hundreds of people have been pulled from raging floodwaters. families have been plucked from rooftops. president obama declared a state of emergency. the national guard called in to help. more rain is on the way. coast guard says it believed the cargo ship sank. coast guard teams found the body of one crew member wearing an emergency suit and also found a life range and debris. and details about the air strike that killed 22 people this weekend. the u.s. admits launching an attack that night but a u.s. general now says it was the afghans who called in the air strike. doctors without borders calls this a war crime. in medical news, the "gma" crew knows this best. a lack of sleep has its draw backs. when you go to sleep affects things as well. a late bed time could have
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video in a decade. "fiesta." with will smith. and we're looking forward to seeing more of that in a little bit. >> i'm feeling the beat on that one. i know you are, too, george in your head. time for our "gma heat index." and this morning's hot button. no-shame parenting. a brand-new survey by yahoo! on gen x and millennial moms. suggesting mommy shaming is all too real but some women are pushing back. ♪ yahoo! >> mom, how do you spell quinoa? >> nobody really knows. i think it's q-u -- >> no, no. >> what are you doing? >> you don't tell them how to spell. >> reporter: on "odd mom out" jill confronts the tension. >> i don't care what the atlantic monthly says. you're pretty. and you're smart. >> reporter: real-life moms fighting back against perceived perfection. with the hash tag no shame parenting. an effort to carve out judgment-free zones among other moms.
in a new survey, 87% of moms say they feel judged for how they parent. and raised their kids. 35% of moms feel judged for baby feeding style. 48% for working status. 53% because of discipline methods. a surprising finding. 50% of mothers said it's okay to spank. and while modern moms may feel harshly judged by their peers, 86% who responded to the survey say they try not to judge other parents. they believe there is no one right way to approach motherhood. here with me, lindsey powers, is this something specific to millennial moms. gen x moms. is it singular to these generations? >> we have surveyed more than 1,000 moms. on yahoo! parenting. we see that it is actually growing. with facebook, you know, you're no longer comparing yourself to your parents and neighbors. you're comparing yourself to
every person you have ever met. and we have seen three major things parents are sensitive about. discipline, their working status, and the behavior of their kids in public. 1 in 2 moms are judged about that. >> i thought it was a new york thing. people saying what they think. apparently, it's a nationwide thing. the survey didn't focus on shaming. you found out what people feel about discipline and divorce. >> we found 50% of moms are okay with spanking. and a mom that we spoke to said her husband supports it more. it's something she'll do if her kid is in a dangerous situation. >> that's a surprising number. given what we have heard from other surveys. >> it's an old-fashioned thing to do. to spank your child. parents are embracing it. it's a good way to catch your child's attention, if you need to break 'em out of something. 25% of parents said that they do think about divorce every once in awhile. more than 40% said, no way divorce is not an option. so i think in light of statistics about the huge
divorce numbers, we're really seeing less of it. >> interesting. >> in co-parenting, even if the relationship doesn't work out, parents have a great relationship. it's the end of acrimonious divorces. >> that's nice to hear. stopping the trend is recognizing the behavior and telling yourself i'm not going to judge. >> take three deep breaths. how would you feel if someone was saying the same thing about you. another thing is, you know, don't be afraid to weigh in on facebook. people are going out on a limb and sharing things. we're all in this together. and lastly, the no-shame parenting, own your choices. be proud of them. this works for your family. it's an awesome thing. >> everyone has their own advice. you shouldn't necessarily worry about what other people are saying. i was reminding myself there. did you hear that? check out yahoo! parenting all week for more on no-shame parenting. george? >> isn't amy great mom? >> yep.
next up, demi lovato making a big statement in a photo shoot for "vanity fair." no makeup, no clothes. an all-natural look from the singer. she's so open on the image of body image. >> i first interviewed her last year on her tour. she spoke very candidly about her eating disorders. now, a photo shoot finds her a new woman. strong and confident. ♪ don't be scared because i'm your body type ♪ >> reporter: superstar singer demi lovato known for her power anthems -- ♪ we're cool for the summer >> reporter: -- now opening up in a revealing new interview. showing a stripped-down version of herself in just-released images. >> the reason i decided to do this photo shoot was because when i -- when i think of confident, i think of many things, but one thing in particular is feeling comfortable in your own skin.
>> reporter: her vision, no makeup, no clothes, no retouching. >> i would have never thought that i would have ever gotten to a place where i feel comfortable doing that. >> reporter: this is not the first time the pop icon has gone bare-faced. frequently showing herself on instagram, routinely posting with the hash tag no makeup monday. this photo shoot taking it to a whole new level. turning the body image issues that she once suffered from into images exuding confidence. >> it's empowering. it shows other women that you can get to place where you can overcome the obstacles of body image issues. you can feel comfortable, confident in your skin. >> reporter: that confidence taking her years to build. first opening up about her struggles in 2011. >> i was bullied because i was fat. a few months later, i developed an eating disorder. that's what i've been dealing with ever since.
i basically went from hating every inch of my body to working on myself. and, trying to figure out ways to love myself. love the skin that i'm in. i learned after working very hard on my spirituality and my soul, and my body, i learned that you can get to a place where you can love the skin that you're in. and i'm excited to share that with the world. >> and the confidence in her shoot is reflected in this picture from "vanity fair's" website. confident is the name of her new album, too. it's to be released this month. >> nice. now, to a brand-new series we're launching this morning. it's called the new baby -- "the new beauty boom." sorry. that's another segment we're working on. the global beauty market expected to reach sales of $265 billion a year by 2017, with promises of helping you look younger and feel better. one of the main concerns?
cellulite. more than 90% of women have it. a break-through technique may hold the answer. abc's abbie boudreau has more. >> reporter: from firming lotions to invasive plastic surgeries, many women trying just about anything to get rid of stubborn cellulite. >> i have not been able to find anything that works. >> reporter: 35-year-old brianne says she exercises daily and eats right but has always struggled with cellulite. >> when you're always thinking about it, it kills your confidence. >> reporter: she heard about a new treatment called cellfina. it promises to improve the appearance of cellulite for one year. >> hi, brianne. >> reporter: board-certified plastic surgeon, dr. grant stevens, says the patients are loving the results. >> people are skeptical. i don't blame them. so was i. >> but you have seen the result? >> i have seen the results.
>> reporter: look at the surprising before and after photos. >> it's safe, it's easy, it really works. >> reporter: a small blade is used to cut through the connective bands holding down the skin. creating a dimpled appearance. once the fibers are released, dr. stevens says the skin bounces back and becomes smooth. critics warn before spending $3,000 to $6,000 for the procedure not to expect perfection. >> for a lot of people with diffuse cellulite, all over their butt and thighs, it's not going to fix everything. >> reporter: brianne is prepped and given local anesthetic. >> you'll feel a little pinch. that's it. >> reporter: a small blade is used. >> i can see the dimples releasing. >> reporter: brianne sneaking in a selfie. >> hey, there we are. all right. >> reporter: after just 45 minutes, the procedure is over. brianne might have some swelling and bruising. but she'll be bikini ready in just two weeks. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> joining me now is jennifer
ashton. the technique does look amazing. what causes cellulite in the first place? >> if you look at normal skin under the surface, there are these dense fibrous bands of tissue. they separate the subcutaneous fat areas. then you have the dermis and the epidermis. you can see in this case it's smooth. when you look at celluite, you'll see a tightening of the bands. it causes the dimpling. you have the expansion. a laxity or loosening causing the cottage cheese surface we see. >> it's a perfect storm of things that have to happen. >> absolutely. >> so, let's talk about the common myths. fact or myth. first of all, over-the-counter remedies, do they work? many of us have bought in. >> don't shoot the messenger but the official answer is, it's fiction.
in terms of a cure, they largely don't work. look over here at the mattress. >> which is the greatest prop ever. >> thank you, thank you. my producer and i thought this up. the superficial creams are hitting the surface. the epidermis is where you see the puckering. they barely penetrate the dermis. they don't hit the fibrous brands. caffeine creams can stimulate the breakdown. if you use rettinol it could -- >> so retinol and caffeine may be more of an effect. does exercise have an effect on cellulite. >> i'll never say exercise is bad. is it going to cure it, not really. it will shrink this fat and build muscle. it will smooth out the surface a little bit.
men get this, too. it's not just us ladies. >> just be healthy. and love the skin you're in. >> absolutely. >> thank you for fact, fiction, and very cool props. we'll take your questions on twitter throughout the morning. tweet her at drjashton. right now, though, let's get a check on the weather with ginger. >> oh, lara. thank you so much. a very fresh morning out here in new york city. we have to talk about the flood potential in the west, too. the flood watches just in place earlier this morning. nevada, one to two inches. record rains over the late weekend. heavy rainfall in far western texas and far southeastern new mexico. good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. bay area, microclimate forecast, a sea breeze developing bringing low clouds to the coast. high clouds for the rest of us and temperatures close to average. mild through the mid-week. hot this weekend. no chance of rain.
60s along the coast. 70s every w else. temperatures tonight, mid-50s to near 60. more fog around the bay. [ cheers and applause ]0, the >> all right.applause ]0, the look at this. i love it. you made your home state, alabama. >> roll tide! >> all right. roll tide. can't wait to come in for "pop." we begin with a story near and dear to my heart. i met justin lanceford in 2013. an army vet who lost his leg in an ied explosion. in afghanistan. when he came home, the warrior canine connection placed him with gabe, a 2-year-old retriever. to assist with tasks around the house, to help him deal with his ptsd. i went with my producer, kelly, to meet him. a remarkable story. so happy to share this morning that justin got married over the week end to his long-time girlfriend in florida. they've been together since high school. she's been by his side. also by their side, playing the
role of best man, man's best friend, gabe. justin even proposed with gabe's help. the now 5-year-old carried the ring for him on veterans day in 2014 and couldn't have been a better ring bearer at the wedding. >> a sweet dog. >> beautiful pictures. >> congratulations to justin, gabe, and carol. a very happy family. >> great story. >> don't tell mila he's been married to the model behati prinsloo for more than a year. shh. love that video. >> oh, boys are like taxis. there will be another one coming
and finally, guys. "scandal" back on the air. abc primetime two weeks ago. this gladiator is very happy. we've been in full t.g.i.t. mode since then. direct from the white house, welcome with us, our very first presidential "pop-in" mr. tony goldwyn. hi, tone. good to see you. >> we all stand up. >> i was waiting for the official music. >> how are you? >> mwah. >> thank you for the music. we're going to talk later about "scandal." give me the scoop. tell us what i need to know. you, jake. all things olivia pope. right now, tony's agreed to play a game with us. i'm sure you heard about this. it's called tony tattles. you'll tell us which co-star would be most likely to find themselves in that situation.
>> you agreed to this? >> i'm going in blind. >> most likely to go skinny dipping at a scandal cast party. >> i would say joe morton. >> really? joe morton plays the big, bad guy. he is -- but when i met him, he was wild. >> joe will make me pay for that one. >> most likely to have a wardrobe malfunction and not care. joe morton? >> that would be jeff perry, who plays cyrus. >> really? most likely to start a twitter feud? >> josh malina. no question. he does it regularly. >> most likely to break character on set? >> kerry washington. mm-hmm. when she's making fun of me. an opportunity to tease me, she will break character. >> we'll get more into that later. more with tony. more with tony.
good morning. i'm kristen sze. san jose struck out with the u.s. supreme court. the high court announced two hours ago it rejected an appeal to hear san jose's case against major league baseball. hoping to bring the oakland a's to the south bay. brought because the san francisco giants own the mlb territorial rights to santa clara county. how about your morning commute? how's it going? leila's checking it out. >> here is great. a look at 101 northbound headed into belmont. marine parkway. traffic is clear. southbound side as well. not finding delays. take you to our map, though, show you what's happening in the east bay. we have an accident that is blocking one lane northbound 880 at whipple road. southbound traffic heavy and 92 at edgewater, a crash blocking a
welcome back. most off the morning lows except napa. look at san mateo. 63. half moon bay, 61. a little hazy. you see clouds developing along the coast as the sea breeze returns today keeping temperatures within a couple of degrees of average. that will be the case moving forward the next couple of days.
60s at the coast. 70s around the bay. accuweather forecast. morning clouds more prevalent through thursday and then the heat is on everywhere, friday through the weekend. ♪ how you like me now [ cheers and applause ] there we go. welcome back to "gma." look at that, lara spencer. a dunk. is that a first ever? >> first ever with shaq assist, yes. >> pretty impressive. >> everything remained in place. >> except for the script. >> coming up this morning, we want to wish a very happy birthday to this guy. happy birthday, jess. we love you. >> 27. >> 29. george got it, 37. no better way to spend it than with eyou guy this is morning.
a brand-new contest for one direction fans. one lucky winner and a guest fly to london for a private concert. >> this is very cool. one-d wants to know what inspires you to get up in the morning. go to their website for the details, including how to enter. hey, shaq and i were just talking. he said, what time do you get up? i said, 4:00 a.m. he said he goes to bed at -- >> 5:00 a.m. >> we're in sync here. shaquille o'neal, the dad of 6 has written his first children's book. it's called "little shaq." i can't imagine you little, shaq. >> i used to be little a long time ago. this is for newly independent reads, kids 6 to 8. helps them deal with certain issues, the first of many.
i thought it was good to write. it's about me and my cousin barry. all the trouble we got into. we learned how to face our troubles and move on. >> the series of sboox based loosely on your life. i'm sure you had a colorful life. how do you pick which stories to highlight? >> there's a lesson to each one. i just sat back and reminisced about when i was a child. i just picked the stories that i see fit. this first book, the first three chapters, they're very inspiring stories. it's fun. >> you are inspiring. your a father of six. ages 19 to 9? >> yes. 19 to 9, three boys, three girls. >> what is a day in the life of that? >> it's fun. they see me as dad, rather than shaq. when they were young, our favorite game was dog man. i came to the house, acted like a wild dog, chased them around
the house. they're too old for that. i have two in college. i got one that's a basketball phenom. and i got a little daughter that's an excellent basketball player. a son they call my twin. so it's fun. >> proud dad of six. a lot of people may not know this, i should have called you dr. o'neal. you have your ph.d. in education. >> yes. >> did that come in handy when writing the books? >> yes. i have to thank my beautiful mom for that. mommy, i love you. hello. she encouraged me to go back to school. i encouraged her to go back to school. she received her masters. she said, we don't have any doctors in the family. so i became the first doctor in our family. >> all right. dr. o'neal from now on. we're going to play the buzzer beater. you have few questioseconds to . if you were never in the nba, what would you do?
>> be a police officer. >> you have released five album. if you could do a due wet be wi? >> cyndi lauper. and boy george. ♪ karma chameleon >> i love it. >> and hall & oates. ♪ you're maneater >> what is your favorite dance move? >> i don't have moves. >> yes, you do. >> there's a dance the kids are doing right now. the whip and the nae-nae. >> what about the wild dog? when you're spinning, you're a deejay, what track makes the crowd go crazy? >> i spin hip hop and trap. prison riot. calvin harris. david guetta. there's so many.
>> man of so many talents. "little shaq" is out tomorrow. thank you for being was, dr. o'neal. >> you want me to show you the dog? >> yeah. show me. i don't want him to stop singing. i'm here with frederick douglas academy lions. tonight, the detroit lions taking on the seattle sea hawks on "monday night football." we have the inside scoop on who matthew berry loves and hates tonight. it's a game of love-hate. matthew loves jimmy graham, who has scored in 2 out of 3 game. but he's hating detroit's calvin johnson. a heart breaker in for off the night. i love those graphics. let's look at the weather forecast. seattle, looking good for the big game. that forecast takes you with the
kickoff at 70 degrees. dry with light winds. can't get a whole lot better than that for some "monday night football." you can see it here tonight at 8:15 on espn. check out good morning. i'm meteorologist mike nicco. clouds and sunshine. a few low clouds at coast. 70 to near 80 today. accuweather forecast, close to average. maybe warmer through mid-week. nothing like the heat coming to al >> yeah. i'm getting down the line with the lions. a big announcement from seven-time grammy winners lady antebellum. they shared the secret with juju chang. ♪ ♪ coming down the line >> reporter: in the home stretch of their wildly successful wheels up tour, lady antebellum is about to reveal something
they've kept supersecret. i got to sit down with them at the nashville bar they were first discovered to get the scoop. we know you have big news to share. >> well, i think, you know, with this post-tour time, we're going to be digging into song writing. working on the next record. >> and we don't know how long that will take. we want some time at home. good family time. >> charles has an exciting thing ahead of him. we're so supportive and excited for him to take that journey. >> i've been working on a solo project for the past about six months. have gnaw single with dierks bentley and eric paslay. ♪ oh, easy come easy go >> reporter: they shouldn't despair. ♪ you make me feel alive >> reporter: why now?
why go out on your own? >> lady antebellum is always going to be my priority. there was an artistic pull i wanted to try this. >> the other big part of your life is that you're expecting a baby. >> yeah. >> congratulations. >> i know it. >> reporter: a miracle for kelly and wife cass receive, after years of painful fertility issues. >> it's a struggle that brought us closer and will make us appreciate it more when this little boy comes. >> reporter: a true celebration of new beginnings. for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news, nashville. >> our thanks to juju for that. tonight on jt night line" the group presents a year's mortgage checks to one fan. we'll be back with our dads council. ♪
delicious and packaged with nothing to hide. no secrets. just like our family. well there is one. folks, i'm not your grandma. just a handsome kind hearted drifter who wandrered in years ago and stayed for all the yummy sausage. feel bad about lying. nap time. i got her. seriously? i feel like i just woke up. ha ha ha! fully cooked johnsonville breakfast sausage. we don't make sausage. we make family. and sausage.
an nba superstar and father of six, shaquille o'neal. and father of two, our very own george. >> yeah, george. >> let's get this thing started. start with a question for tony. it's from rod in michigan. take a listen. >> i'm the father of six kids. five of which i have already gone through the learn to drive process. this is my final chance to redeem myself are number six. when i sit in the car with them, i'm yelling, i'm screaming, brake, brake, brake! how do i stay calm in the situation? >> rod, just breathe. there's nothing you can do. hopefully the crash won't happen when you're in the car. take a deep breath. they have to get through it. >> good advice. shaq, you're up next. how do you deal with dating? i have two girls that keep bugging me to let them date. i feel like they're too young. 14 and 12.
>> this is what you do. don't let them date. ever. they can date when they're 20 and 22. [ laughter ] 14 and 12 is too young. >> and he's going to enforce it. >> nay need to focus on education. keep them off -- what is it? snap chat. social media. none of that. no dating. ever. >> who has the courage to walk up to this guy's door, ring the doorbell and ask his daughters out? george, you're up next. this is from ivan in kentucky. take a look. >> have a beautiful daughter named katie who is good at the piano. she's always asking to quit. should i let her or encourage her? >> if she's given her best shot. maybe ask her what else to do to take its place. make sure she tries a little bit first. round two. tony, for you. steven on facebook asks, my son
wants to ask a girl out for the homecoming dance, he's nervous. what is your advice? >> he's got to go for it. you have to take the shot. we've all been there. you have to try it. >> don't do shaq's girls. >> as long as she's not shaq's daughter, you're good. >> he should do to the house and put ketchup,ky take you to the prom. >> does that work? >> i have to ask you a question. what? i have to ask you to the prom. >> all right. a question for you, shaq. a live question. roger ortega will join us. come on out. >> hi, how you doing. >> huh yow you doing? >> my question. i have a daughter who wants to
go to a one direction concert. my question is, do i buy a ticket and sit separately or do i go all out, get the hat, the t-shirt, sit with her and her friends. >> how old is your daughter? >> 11. she'll go with friends with older sibling. >> you have to develop cds. cool dad syndrome. 11 years old. take them to chuck e. cheese. hype them up. sit with them, don't bother them. sit on the side, let them do what they do. if you know a couple of songs, you could jam out with them. >> i like how he says, how old are they? no dating if they're too young. no concerts if they're too young. >> 11 years old, you have to go with them. >> roger, thank you. a big thank you to our "gma dad counsel." more with tony coming up. and also ahead, emleril
[ cheers and applause ] all right. here we are with our friend, emeril. hi, hi, i didn't know you were going the make it. >> i didn't make it. i'm going the wrong way. emeril has a new cookbook out. "essential emeril." >> this is not a memoir. it's close to it. a journey of the last 30 years. a loft membt of memories, peopl influences. >> we want to look at your journey. the "gma" vault. first appearance. >> come on, george. >> this morning, we want to introduce you in a new member of the "good morning america" family. i have chocolate in my mouth. someone you may already know, emeril lagasse will become a
regular correspondent and food contributor to us. he joins our "good morning america" family. >> bam. >> give it up for emeril. >> i love the hair. >> maybe some olive oil, george. >> it was working. you and tom bergeron. what do we got today? >> we're going to lsh the ladies are not waiting. they're gone. so growing up, we used to have this thing called pimento -- it's a person sauce. we take peppers, not too hot. cook them down. >> they have a kick to them. >> we're going the make a pork roast. this was a dish growing up my mom and dad used to make all the time. you're going to take a pork roast. score it. >> this is a portuguese dish? >> yes. we're going to take garlic and smear the garlic all over it.
and then, now we're going to take some cilantro first. and we're going to take this pepper sauce and we're going to baste it like this. and what we do, 375 degrees. we're going to roast this. and this is -- what you want to do is do this a day before and let it marinate. in a zipped bag or plastic wrap. and you want to roast this until it's like 140, 145 degrees. >> all the way through. >> with roasted potatoes. i do oil, salt, and person, toss them, do it with the pork roast. roast it in the oven. this is what it looked like. >> can't do better than that. >> this is a dish a tribute to my friend, mario batali. this is basically, it's a car n
carbonara with cauliflower. the pasta like this, toasted bread crumbs. this is my tribute to mario. >> all the recipes. >> it's got a kick to it. >> i love it. >> did you taste the pork? >> everybody lovers it. essential emeril hits bookstores tomorrow. thank you, emeril. >> my pleasure. ♪ ♪ maxx your thing at t.j.maxx with better brands, at prices that work for you.
so you guys have seen tony go goldwyn. he's been with us. thank you for doing the dad council and pop news. i have a beignet for you. >> i'll take it. >> two episodes in. you directed the last episode. >> i did last week's. that's right. >> it was so good. how is that for you to play a central role and be behind the scenes? >> it's a challenge. it's fun. i have tons of support. it's like doing it on "scandal" we're family. sliding over chairs. but kerry mercilessly, you know, teases me when i'm directing. >> how so? >> she's like really, i don't think so. >> are you very hard on yourself? do you find yourself -- >> as an actor? >> when you're directing, are you critical? >> you have to be careful of
that. you have to maintain objectivity. i have tom verica, one of our main directors. he's a great actor. >> i want to be on the staff. >> we think you are. but tom, who is -- a fantastic director and one of our producers will come down if i'm doing a tough scene and keep an eye on it. if i'm going off the the rails, he'll help me. >> it looks like you're together. olivia pope and the president. >> so far, so good. >> but is it? >> ye of little faith. >> i know. >> what's so amazing about this season is it is -- we're getting to see what it means for liv and fitz to be together. >> melly is not helping things. >> this typhoon makes landfall. it's going to be brutal. and, um, olivia has said yes. i'm happy about that. ? she said yes. very exciting.
"scandal," everybody. tony goldwyn. the entire cast. thursday nights, 9:00, 8:00 central. right here on abc. one more thing then we'll feed you. >> george where are you? >> the first cake you made back in "gma," 1997. you see the guys behind us. it's stomp out bullying blue shirt day. [ cheers and applause ] >> lara.
for special offers, visit disneyaulani.com or call your travel agent. good morning. i'm eric thomas. first a check on the weather with meteorologist mike nicco. >> thank you. watching sea breeze developing bringing clouds to the coast. call it partly cloud toy mostly cloudy. the rest of us high clouds and sunshine. 50s and 60s, morning los. destination, 60s the coast. a few 80s inland. accuweather forecast. morning clouds becoming more dominant in the next couple of morning, slightly warmer in the afternoon, high clouds. hottest friday, saturday and sunday. leyla? hi. in france with mobile 360. northbound, 101, rather sluggish. southbound traffic not easy approaching the merge to 280. what's happening in the east bay. nasty here. we have a motorcycle crash here.
southbound side of the nimitz, and another blocked lane at thornton. eric? >> >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the new film, "pan," hugh freeze. plus, "pretty little liars" star and author shay mitchell. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] now, here are emmy award winners kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪