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good morning, america. and breaking overnight, deadly tornado emergency. >> that's a violent tornado. oh, my god. >> 21 reported twisters tearing through the heartland destroying towns. at least two people dead. the incredible scene as 80-mile-an-hour winds rip through homes, igniting power line, throwing trees hundreds of feet in the air. now more severe weather threatening millions. breaking news as we come on the air. a deadly stabbing spree at a train station. a 27-year-old attacks four people in germany. fears it may be terror related. what the suspect shouted as he attacked. terrifying air scare. a refrigerator door exploding as a flight full of passengers hits severe turbulence. at least eight people injured. firefighters rushing to the scene. wade makes his move.
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the scoop. it just sits there. >> miami heat star dwyane wade goes in for a layup less than a minute left in overtime. but then this happens. the heart-stopping moment and the call that came next. good morning, america. never a good time for that to happen, especially when it's in o.t. like that. it just sat there and so the ref said, okay, jump ball, and the heat end up winning in o.t. tying that series at 2-2. >> it was amazing. both teams just sat there. like, what do we do? >> they want a call. >> a lot more on that coming up. but we are going to begin with that tornado emergency. deadly twisters tear through the center of the country destroying everything in their path. look at that one in oklahoma right there. people are posting photos of the damage on social media. you see some of that and abc's kayna whitworth is on the scene in wynnewood, oklahoma, with the
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latest. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: george, good morning. the damage here is extensive. look at this home, there's nothing left of it exempt for the foundation. this family losing everything that they had. now, so far there have been two the national weather service saying they have seen at least 21 tornadoes touching down in five different states. >> oh, god. look at the house. >> oh, i hope those people are under ground. oh, my god. >> reporter: overnight deadly twisters decimating parts of the heartland. >> that's a violent tornado. oh, my god. that's the most violent motion i have -- oh, my god. >> reporter: officials declaring a tornado emergency. >> oh, no. it's hitting that farm. no. come on. be okay. >> reporter: in oklahoma, the funnel clouds picking up anything and everything in their path. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. look at that. >> reporter: you can see power lines igniting as the terrifying
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winds start ripping them from the ground. those tornadoes taking the life of at least two people. >> that's a tree. >> reporter: trees uprooted. >> it's throwing tees. >> reporter: you can see them thrown hundreds of feet in the air. >> i just think i better hang on tight. >> reporter: this man peering out of his house and then getting thrown from his front door. >> it picked me up and threw me against that tree and i just held on. >> reporter: winds up to 80 miles an hour, obliterating homes. knocking tractor trailers to their sides and tossing private planes like toys. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: and it wasn't just tornadoes wreaking havoc. in nebraska -- >> it went through the shingles, through the plywood and water into the attic. >> reporter: first responders called to the scene after a person reportedly lost consciousness after being pelted in the head with hail. those who survived this storm did so by taking shelter under ground.
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you can see how close that was to their home that was destroyed. at least 12 homes have been damaged or destroyed. robin. >> all right, kayna, thank you. we turn to rob with more on where the storms and tornadoes are heading. good morning, rob. >> good morning, robin. this is a multiday event. we have two areas of concern. the energy from yesterday's system is pushing off into the ohio river valley and that's where we see the greatest threat of large hail. from paducah to lexington and mostly hail there in dallas and tomorrow we expand it with another piece of energy dropping out of the rockies. wichita falls, oklahoma city and st. louis, so, a big swath tomorrow. want to go back to the video of this damaging tornado in wynnewood, oklahoma. look at the speed with which that debris is flying around. that's compared to yesterday. this one has a lot more velocity. you see this farm being blown apart. the 2x4s being thrown in the air and probably winds of 150 miles an hours or greater, it's a multivortex tornado meaning, there are little tornadoes spinning around the main vortex. there you see one.
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there you see another. so, it just amplifies the velocity of those winds. when this is mature the full funnel, you can't see those little vortices spinning around and the next piece of video will show it. you can't see it but you can be sure that those vortices are wreaking havoc as it moves across i-35. an incredible tornado. >> so powerful. >> tossing trees like weeds. man, okay, rob, thanks very much. now to that breaking news overseas. early this morning a man stabbed four people at a german train station. at least one of them has died and there are fears the stabbing may be terror related. abc's alex marquardt is in london with the latest. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, george. authorities have detained the attacker. he is a 27-year-old german man who just before 5:00 a.m. this morning attacked with a knife at this train station, 25 miles east of munich. the victim who died is a 56-year-old man. the three others are in the hospital. of course, with europe still so
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nervous following the paris and brussels attacks by isis-linked the immediate fear is that this could be terror related. there's no evidence that he was part of an islamic extremist group. eyewitnesses that the man shouted god is great in arabic, authorities are also looking into the attacker's mental stability and possible drug use after he carried out this attack in bare feet. this is small town in bavaria. the mayor called it absolutely peaceful and said something like this is absolutely new and shakes people deeply. >> it certainly does. thanks very much. we move now on to the race for the white house. more than a million voters in nebraska and west virginia heading to the polls as donald trump and hillary clinton launch new attacks on each other. abc's tom llamas is at trump headquarters here in new york. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, donald trump waking up to some good news this morning, polls out of three key battleground states -- florida,
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ohio and pennsylvania -- show this race is neck and neck between hillary clinton and donald trump as their general election fight is now under way. this morning, the personal war of words between donald trump and hillary clinton intensifying. >> i'm running my campaign. i'm not running against him. he's doing a fine job of doing that himself. >> reporter: the former secretary of state forced to respond after trump let loose with allegations including those against her husband like this. >> some of those women were destroyed, not by him, but by the way that hillary clinton treated them after everything went down. so just remember that, folks. >> reporter: democrats convinced charges like that will hurt trump with female voters. >> i have been very clear that a lot of his -- a lot of his rhetoric is not only reckless, it's dangerous. >> reporter: as clinton and trump battle, the new york billionaire looking to mend fences in washington during meetings later this week.
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house speaker paul ryan now saying he's fine with not chairing the republican national convention if that's what trump wants. >> he's the nominee. i'll do whatever he wants with respect to the convention. >> reporter: the trump/ryan drama coming after the house speaker said he wasn't ready to endorse the presumptive nominee. >> i never said never. i just said at this point. i wish i had more time to get to know him before this happened. we just didn't. >> reporter: now, as trump builds his infrastructure to start raising funds for the general election campaign, hillary clinton is already raising money in key battleground states with her battleground fund definitely trying to get as much money as she can to take on trump. >> but she's still fighting bernie sanders out in the primaries. okay, tom, thanks very much. let's talk about this with matthew dowd and republican pollster and strategist kellyanne conway and let me begin with you, matthew. you have this summit coming up thursday between paul ryan, the senate leadership and donald trump. will this be decisive?
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>> well, i think it's an important moment in the campaign. here's the situation, george. donald trump has had a hostile takeover of the republican party and the incumbent establishment executives of that company have to decide, one, do they go along with the new ownership or, two, do they walk, and i think that's what the meeting is about. is paul ryan going to be part of the new takeover that donald trump has of the republican party. >> good way of putting it. kellyanne, donald trump goes in to this meeting now with the new polls with strength in his pocket. >> he does especially in the swing states which is really what matters. they're meaningless when you look at these swing states. more competitive race and i think that's because donald trump has been consistently underestimated for a year and hillary clinton has been overestimated for probably eight years and i think he'll take the case right to her. he's got to beat her on the issues, though, and has to basically say you've been in public life for 30 years, why haven't you taken the opportunity to improve women's lives and why talk about it now.
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>> and if he can show these leaders he's electable with these polls do you think that makes them come around quickly. >> yes, and some already are. overnight, kevin mccarthy, the number two in the house leadership said he will be a delegate in california on behalf of trump. that's real news, along with three or four other congressmen from california. the donor community wants to help, as well. there's also a generational split and grand wizards of the party saying, i support donald trump now and newt gingrich, dick cheney, bill bennett. but you can't dismiss the 10 million plus that voted in the primaries. you cannot leave them behind. >> matt dowd, those polls even though it's quite early have to be bracing for the democrats. >> i think they're very bracing for the democrats. the miami heat story, we have a jump ball today, george, in the course of this race. i think what the voters will be faced with. you have two candidates disliked in the course of this. it's a little like being hungry walking up to the refrigerator
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and looking in and thinking i don't want anything in that refrigerator but i'm hungry and i think that will create tremendous volatility in the race from now until election day. >> and we managed to get from basketball to the refrigerator in one answer, matthew dowd. thanks very much. kellyanne conway. >> that's our matt, thank you. now to that terrifying moment in the air. severe turbulence shaking a jetblue flight full of passengers, a refrigerator spilling open, oxygen masks coming down. at least eight people injured. abc's david kerley is at reagan national with the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: morning, robin. there have been a spate of these incidents over the past week. this one on a flight to orlando last night. a mess inside the cabin after severe turbulence rocked the jetblue flight overnight. at least eight passengers hurt as the plane traveling from puerto rico to orlando experienced rough air. >> 1134 cross on the left side. >> reporter: one passenger tweeting, just flew flight 1134. my neck and back hurt really
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bad. the turbulence started during the drinks service. this woman was on the plane with her daughter and took this photo as oxygen masks deployed and refrigerators doors reportedly exploded open scattering food all over the aisles. the crew called for a doctor once the turbulence calmed. emergency crews including firefighters, paramedics and police rushed on board when the plane landed. it was just last week that another flight from that area also hit turbulence. and then there was this frightful scene from a jet landing in jakarta. now, the eight passengers who were injured last night were taken to a hospital in orlando. george, we have no word on how serious their injuries are. >> we will keep an eye on it. david, thanks very much. we're going to move on now to that backlash brewing against facebook. the site accused of keeping conservative news stories off
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its trending list and facebook is responding and abc's rebecca jarvis is here with the latest. good morning, rebecca. >> good morning, george. this is that list of trending topics that you see on the right side of your newsfeed when you log in. it determines what a lot of facebook users ultimately read on the social platform. a former facebook employee now speaking out anonymously to tech blog gizmodo, claiming facebook workers intentionally suppressed conservative news stories from that list, keeping articles about topics and people like mitt romney and glenn beck from the list. the former facebook insider calling it, quote, absolutely bias, saying we were doing it subjectively, george. >> doing it subjectively but facebook absolutely denies it, the executives. >> facebook executives have come out. they have absolutely denied it, george, but there's another element to this story, because several former workers also say that they were explicitly instructed by managers to push certain stories into the trending topics section, for example, stories about black lives matter even if they weren't trending on facebook, but, again, this morning facebook is responding to the anonymous allegations saying,
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quote, they have found no evidence that they are true and that we do not insert stories artificially into trending topics and do not instruct our reviewers to do so, george. >> my guess is we have not heard the last of this. rebecca, thanks very much. >> probably not. now to the legal showdown in north carolina over transgender rights and the use of public restrooms. the state now going head-to-head with the u.s. justice department as they sue each other over the so-called bathroom bill. abc's steve osunsami is in raleigh, north carolina, with the latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. state legislators here who pushed for this controversial new law are telling the federal government this morning that they're holding firm. this morning, the culture war over gay rights and public accommodations for transgender americans is heading to federal court. in her lawsuit against the state of north carolina the u.s. attorney general says that hb-2, the state's controversial law, is state-sanctioned sex discrimination. she compares it to north carolina's racist past saying it removes protections for gay
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families and keeps transgender residents from legally using the bathrooms they need. >> this is about the dignity and the respect that we accord our fellow citizens. >> reporter: in a lawsuit of his own north carolina's governor is calling this a baseless and blatant overreach and argues that transgender residents are "not a protected class" under the law. >> the obama administration is bypassing congress by attempting to rewrite the law and set basic restroom policies, locker room policies and even shower policies. >> reporter: the federal government is still threatening to hold back federal funding for state police and the university of north carolina. arguing that, if both obey the new state law, they're in violation of federal law and in a statement the president of the school says the university is truly caught in the middle. at the same time the list of businesses leaving the state in protest keeps growing along with a list of entertainers canceling concerts from pearl jam to jack
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jonas and demi lovato. on the other side, families are taking their fight to stores who have agreed to accommodate transgender residents. posting these videos online. >> target, this is your warning. you will be judged, according to god's standards. >> reporter: the governor maintains that this state does not discriminate and something that we're learning from abc 11, our local and owned station here in raleigh, the governor's campaign is using the issue to raise money online to, quote, fight back against the federal government's overreach and bullying tactics from your smartphone even you can make monthly contributions. robin. >> this story one of those far from being over. all right there, steve, thank you. we're going to go to amy with the morning's other stories robin, we begin with breaking news. major announcement by the white house. president obama will visit hiroshima, japan later this year. the president will call for a
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nuclear-free world. he's expected to honor the victimsover the attack but will not apologize for it. well, the cost of that devastating wildfire is now on track to hit $7 billion. new images from the fire-ravaged city of ft. mcmurray show entire neighborhoods leveled by those flames and officials now say about 85% of homes and other buildings have survived. well, some restrictions on water use in california could be lifted. a rainy, snowy winter eased the five-year drought but some limits for excessive water use while washing cars and watering lawns can be made permanent. some are calling it the best period -- overtime period in nba history. after two weeks nursing a knee injury steph curry came off the bench to score 40 points for the warriors. they beat the trail blazers, 132-125, and then, portland owner paul allen's reaction to all those curry three-pointers. yeah, he is stunned. mouth open in awe. and almost as stunned was miami's dwyane wade in the other playoff game when his layup came
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to just rest behind the basket. even without that incredible shot wade still scored 30 points and the heat beat the raptors 94-87. and finally, lara, we all know it pays to brake for yard sales but every now and then, you hit a speed bump. >> uh-oh. >> take a look at this sculpture recently appraised on the pbs show "antiques roadshow." one of its experts saw great value in it saying it's from the late 19th century and could be worth as much as $50,000. but someone recognized it as their high school art project from the 1970s. oops. >> oh, priceless to somebody's mom. i would just like to say. >> not quite the same. thanks, amy. >> thank you. let's go back to rob right now. you got serious hail damage. >> yeah, we talked about the tornadoes. 21 across five states reported. but look at lincoln, nebraska, hail the size of softballs and 5 inches of rain and this truck
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almost up to the wheel wells. >> good tuesday morning. we are waking up to let clouds and warmth but a warming trend the next few days with am -- a cooler pattern, and today in san jose, upper 70. we should be in the mid-70s. the warmest day is when and thursday. low 80s theant bay look for temperatures in the upper 60s
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in san francisco and 75 in coming up, music star meghan trainor pulls her new music video overnight. the star saying someone photoshopped her. her angry response this morning. and is something finally being done about those long lines at the airport? stay tuned. stay tuned. hello?! you do? really? ding dong? -oh, pizza is here! -oh! come on in. [claps] woah! lose the sneakers pal. kind of a thing. this is more than a lawn. this is a trugreen lawn. sorry! live life outside with trugreen, america's #1 lawn care company. spring is on. start your trugreen lawn plan today. bye now. trugreen. live life outside. for those who've missgone to extremespe. to escape their unrelenting nasal allergy symptoms... houston: news alert... new from the makers of claritin, clarispray. ♪
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welcome back to "gma." you are looking at those massive deadly twisters. they are tearing through the heartland overnight. a tornado emergency declared. millions trying to clean up from the damage this morning and now more severe weather is on the way. >> it is. also right now, more than a million voters in nebraska and west virginia heading to the polls today as donald trump and hillary clinton turn their eyes to the general election. a new poll shows them neck and neck in crucial battleground states. and this morning, the search is on for the mystery powerball winner. one person, one person holding a ticket worth nearly $430 million sold at a 7-eleven in trenton, new jersey. >> a lot of money. >> just going for a big slurpee and -- >> i love the slurpee. >> love the slurpee.
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also this morning, one mom's surprise for her daughter going terribly wrong in the absolute best way. we'll show you and tell you why this picture has everyone laughing. michael has the story. >> yeah, i can't wait to show everybody that. and what a night in the ballroom. ginger and val, perfect again. >> she is on fire. >> carrie ann called their tango mind-blowing plus ginger and val will join us live this morning. >> that was really great. but now, we move on to meghan trainor. she is taking a stand against photoshopping. you know, she's famous for her songs about body acceptance and when she found out the producers made her look slimmer in that new music video, she pulled it. amy is here with the story. >> good morning, guys. trainor said she cried when she saw it for "me too." she said she immediately realized her waist had been photoshopped to look much smaller than it actually is and this morning she is demanding that the video not be released until the photoshop is removed. ♪
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♪ turn the bass off >> reporter: just hours after the music video for her new single "me too" hit the internet it vanished. overnight trainor speaking out. to her fans on snapchat. >> hey, guys, i pulled the "me too" video because they photoshopped the crap out of me and i'm so sick of it and i'm over it. so, i took it down until they fix it. >> reporter: she made the decision to take it down after she noticed her body was photoshopped making her waist appear smaller. >> my waist is not that teeny. i had a bomb waist. i don't know why they didn't like my waist but i didn't approve that video and went out for the world so i'm embarrassed. ♪ i'm all about that bass >> reporter: the 22-year-old credits her single "all about that bass" for helping her embrace the skin she's in. she spoke about her struggle with body acceptance to dan harris last february. >> well, i was like, this is what i wish i felt like. i wish i was all about the bass and all about my curves and i was like, this is not how i feel. >> reporter: but last month she
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told "seventeen" magazine that she's done shying away from her curves. >> what i love about my body is my curves because they photograph well. >> reporter: yet, even on that same cover many of her fans wondered if it had been digitally enhanced. ♪ i thank god every day >> reporter: but trainor insists the "me too" is the worst photoshop fail to happen yet. >> i told them to fix it asap. i'm sorry about this. >> reporter: trainor signed off on a new, unenhanced version of it which should be available later today and she plans to share a photo comparison. when she watched the original version she said, quote, look how bomb i look. why would they ever be like let's break her ribs, it's insulting and it's rude, from the mouth of meghan trainor. she's going to be here on friday actually and i didn't even know, guys, that you could photoshop a video. i know you can photoshop a
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picture but not a video. >> anything is possible. why do it to her? her whole message is love the skin you're in. >> and she does. >> it doesn't make sense. >> thanks, amy. >> thanks, amy. now to those huge security lines at airports causing major headaches for millions of travelers all across the country. this morning, new york's airports some of the busiest in the country are threatening to replace the tsa. let's go back to abc's david kerley with the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is the second major airport authority and we are talking about new york that is complaining about the long lines at tsa and threatening to dump the tsa and go private. long lines, missed flights now commonplace. >> we missed our flight and we're told there's nothing they can do. >> reporter: passengers are furious. and airlines are so angry they have come up with the #ihatethewait prodding passengers to tweet how long they had to wait in line. thanks for ruining my mother's day from one flier at washington's tsa look at this
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line. now this morning new york's airports with the very public rebuke of the tsa. the port authority responsible for three critical airports sending this letter to tsa. saying because of angry complaints of passengers and airlines with wait times at jfk up 82%, new york can no longer tolerate the continuing inadequacy of tsa passenger screening. new york now joining atlanta, the second major airport authority threatening to replace tsa with a private contractor saying it is exploring the merits of such a move. another blow for the tsa which can't increase its task force to deal with more flyers and is dealing with past security test failures. why are you making me wait for an hour to get on a plane? >> we had to get better at what we did. so we've done that. that said we have higher travel volumes, higher than some predicted. >> reporter: there are only two good sized airport, kansas city and san francisco that use private screening and tsa says there is no noticeable difference in wait times between the private screeners and the federalized screeners.
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guys, back to you. >> all right, david, thank you. coming back from orlando, the invictus games, whoo, the lines were so long and a lot of angry people at that airport. >> but at the end of the day it's about safety. >> yep. >> that's what everybody wants. >> i don't object at all. >> namaste, i want to be safe. coming up, new trouble for sharon and ozzy osbourne. reports the couple married 33 years may be splitting. we'll have the latest this morning. and facelift in a bottle? the new way to fight aging. no surgeries, no injections, does it really work? you can hear it by my voice? i'm not quite sure. we'll find out. sure. we'll find out. why do so many businesses rely on the us postal service? because when they ship with us, their business becomes our business. that's why we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. here, there, everywhere.
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my artwork to help people. we're we're back now with headlines about ozzy and sharon obbourne and rumors about them splitting up. mara schiavocampo has more. good morning, mara. >> lara, good morning. it's not the first time the couple has faced reports of a split. now ozzy has reportedly moved out amid rumors that another
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woman may be at the center of it all. >> she's my whole world. >> reporter: they were the first family of reality tv on mtv's "the osbournes," the series that chronicled the exploits of larger than life rocker ozzy osbourne, his wife sharon and their kids kelly and jack but now sharon and ozzy osbourne may be calling it quits. >> sharon is not here today. >> reporter: sharon was a no show at "the talk" on monday, but fellow co-host julie chen confirmed the family is going through a rough time. >> there were many tabloid headlines this past weekend about her and ozzy, rumors and speculation that they have split up after nearly 34 years of marriage. sharon understandably took today off. >> reporter: this is not the first time the osbournes have faced marital difficulties. in 2013 the couple were rumored to be headed for divorce amidst a recurrence of ozzy's substance abuse problems. >> it's a disease that not only hurts the person that has the
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disease, but it hurts the family. it hurts people who love you. >> reporter: ozzy eventually got clean and the two reconciled but this time the reported split is not over drugs and may involve another woman. >> they've had their ups and downs through the years but the last straw for sharon this time is that she believes ozzy is having an affair and according to her friends that was her breaking point. >> reporter: sharon reportedly spent mother's day with her children. as for ozzy -- >> after the reports of the affair came out, sharon did kick ozzy out of their home and he's not living with her right now. >> reporter: he was spotted monday in los angeles still wearing his wedding ring. now, as for that speculation that ozzy's sobriety my be an issue. he maintains he's been sober for more than three years and claims he's using again are "completely inaccurate." >> just want everybody to be okay. hope they're all right. coming up here, this isn't all right, this is an epic selfie fail.
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♪ oh, welcome back to "gma" and now we have the ultimate selfie fail. a mom trying to surprise her daughter at utah state university but it didn't do exactly as planned. take a look at what happened. mom, deanna pilling headed to what she thought was her daughter's dorm room, sending this photo from bed saying, look where i am. where are you? then her daughter mckenna replied, where's that? i'm in my dorm. tell me you're not in someone else's dorm. and mom finally realized what happened saying, i am in the wrong dorm room. omg. >> now, their conversation was blowing up all over social media and getting more than 16,000 retweets and deanna and mckenna are joining us now. hello, ladies. how are you? >> hello. how are you?
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>> we are great. now, deanna, you traveled cross country to surprise your daughter, but you didn't know where you were going. what were you thinking? >> i thought i was going in the right dorm and i thought i was popping into the right bedroom to give her like i'm here. >> and popping into the right bed. >> i don't know. it just was so comfortable, i thought, oh, i'll send a picture which i never do. >> so, mckenna, what went through your mind when you saw your mom in that bed? what went through your mind when you saw that selfie? >> well, i actually was laying in my own bed and i was just recovering from finals and all of a sudden i get this picture from my mom which she hardly ever send selfies but she's trying to be cool and when she sent me a selfie from someone else's bed i was like, oh, crap. i was just in a panic. >> that's what you call when doing a selfie goes wrong.
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now, deanna, what went through your mind when you realized i'm in somebody else's bed? i'm in the wrong place? >> right, i felt sick to my stomach because i've already said hi to several people in the dorm and they probably had no idea who i was. >> how far off were you? were you in the wrong building, in the wrong quad? >> i mean, i thought, oh, my gosh, i didn't even look at the name of the building. i could be in the wrong building. i was however in the right building, just in the wrong -- >> area. >> did you ever figure out whose bed you were in? >> exactly. >> yes, unfortunately, well, it's a girlfriend of mckenna's and she was -- on my pillowcase. >> is there anything you'd like to say to that young lady at the moment? >> do you want to say it? >> thanks, laura. >> and i'm wondering -- >> mckenna, are you worried about another surprise from your mom? >> you know, she's full of surprises so i'm sure there will be more and i mean i don't know if they'll get as big as this
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one did but she's always got surprises up her sleeve. >> well, deanna, you're an internet star now. you're all over the place so what are you going to do for an encore? you have to follow this up with something really strong. >> i don't know but it's going to be big and it's going to be a big surprise so we'll all have to wait. >> as long as it's not breaking and entering. >> might want to stay away from that. >> thank you, both, and we're glad you're both joined together in the same room and in the right room and next time you do something please don't get arrested, as we said. but thank you so much. >> thanks, guys. >> happy mother's day. >> yes. >> yes. and coming up in our next hour, living on the edge of our amazing campout adventure. look at that, t.j. live from one of the steepest cliffs in america. >> is that t.j.? and how about our girl ginger? another perfect night. oh, gosh. >> perfect score with val. we can't wait to talk to them all about it. >> there they are. ginger.
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good morning. it is 7:56. i'm reggie aqui. meteorologist lisa argen has our bay area forecast. rengy, gorge to you. a lot of low clouds and fog. cool temperatures on the low side. this will burn off to be a warmer day in marin and sonoma. look at the visibility. fog all the way up and down the coast. delays at sfo. by about 10:00, more sunshine. mid-70s this afternoon in fremont. frances? >> a lot of brake lights. no major accidents or hot spots right now. you'll see traffic is crowded northbound 101 here in san jose and it's heavy as you make your way up to the airport. still a half hour drive across. reggie? >> thank you, frances.
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us like you've never been before we're taking you to the edge and over. live on the side of one of the steepest cliffs in america descending while you watch. you'll see it from every heart-pounding angle. all that and ginger and val, a perfect 10 right here as we say -- >> both: good morning, america. ♪ don't look back ♪ keep your eyes on me you're holding back she said shut up and dance with me ♪ ♪ this woman -- and what a night again for ginger and val. another perfect night. can't wait to talk to them coming up. >> they are going to join us live. also this morning -- there they have. robin, you have a conversation with a popular pastor you know very well. >> yes, pastor a.r. bernard has a church in brooklyn and has gotten me through difficult times and has written a fascinating book. it's entitled "four things that women want in a man." really, only four things? >> maybe all we need is four.
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>> but i swear i've given up about ten already in my life. i don't know. was it four? >> this is why he's written this book and it was really fascinating when we did the interview with all the post-tape, the difference between men and women listening to the interview and their responses. you'll see coming up. >> i can't wait. i can't wait to see this. take a look at this breathtaking view from colorado's black canyon of the gunnison national park. it's all part of our epic campout week celebrating america's national parks, which all should be celebrated without a doubt. >> uh-huh. >> yeah, you're supposed to say that we are going over the edge. >> we are going over the edge. >> no, we are not going over the edge. we are not at all. t.j. is going over the edge taking one for the team, and it is spectacular. you will see camping in a way you never have before. thanks to t.j.'s bravery and technology, we're talking 2,000 feet above the ground coming up live. >> i'm sweating looking at him. >> me too. >> cannot wait for that. want to see that but now we got to get to amy with the morning
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rundown. >> he's been rehearsing for that and training for this. we can't wait to watch t.j. go over the edge. in the meantime, though, the big story this morning, deadly tornadoes. tearing across the plains. take a listen. >> man, it's -- oh, no. there's the line. >> yeah, oh, no, is right, an incredibly frightening scene in oklahoma. two people died when their homes were destroyed. many other buildings were flattened, and it wasn't just in oklahoma. at least 21 tornadoes were reported in 5 states. rob has our forecast in just a moment. a new poll shows a matchup between donald trump and hillary clinton in three battleground states will be ultra tight. the quinnipiac poll has the likely nominees neck and neck in races in florida, ohio and pennsylvania, and bernie sanders is doing slightly better than clinton against trump. as polls open today in west virginia and nebraska, republicans are scrambling to bring their party together. house speaker paul ryan says he will step aside as chair of the gop convention if that's what trump wants.
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they're meeting in two days. well, the first paternity claim has been filed against prince's estate. a 39-year-old has filed paperwork requesting dna testing. the man's mother claims she met prince at a kansas city hotel back in 1976. prince's sister and half siblings are sorting out the singer's estate. there is still no voice. arizona teenager haley boyd says it felt like a bomb going off when she was about to use her e-cigarette and it suddenly exploded. she suffered burns on her chest, arms and hands. haley is now undergoing surgery today hoping she will come away without any major scarring. well, a new study is theying light on a grocery store debate, natural or organic. most of us think natural and organic mean the same thing. "consumer reports" found that 73% of us buy foods labeled natural, even though there are no real standards for what that actually means. the report also found that shoppers are looking for stronger federal guidelines. well, finally what started
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out as a little fib to escape a not so great blind date, well, it ended with a massachusetts woman appearing on her local police blotter. well, with her date not going so well, she pretended to get sick and she called police for help. she dialed 911 she now says by accident. the problem is police actually showed up. she had to come clean and she ended up in the newspaper. i feel like there are better ways to get out of a date just like say, hey, i'm not feeling good. i'm going back home. you don't need to call 911. >> a lot of different ways to do that. amy, thank you. to that new treatment being called a face-lift in a bottle. it's a sort of invisible second skin that may erase wrinkles without surgery or injections developed by scientists from harvard and m.i.t. board certified dermatologist dr. whitney bowe joins us with more on this. you have our attention. give us details here. >> so this is basically a breathable band-aid but lives on the skin, so it's thin.
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it's invisible but it moves with the skin so it has a number of potential uses. so first it's actually been shown to trap moisture underneath the skin so theoretically it could be used to treat things like eczema, dry itchy patches, but, second, you can also use it to slowly administer medications or ingredients like sunscreen into the skin. imagine never having to reapply your sunscreen, but lastly it can be used for cosmetic purposes as well because it's actually been shown to restore sort of that youthful elasticity to the skin, so you can imagine using it to camouflage under eye bags. >> so how do you apply it because it's not an injection. >> it's two steps. so you rub like a thin liquid on, the polymer, and then you apply a second step and that's called a catalyst that activates a reaction. basically the end result is this soft but strong invisible membrane on the surface of the skin. >> how is it different? because we've had different segments here on the show and
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we'll see that you can get your bags done within very easily within minutes, so how is this different from other anti-wrinkling -- >> the products that are currently available to do that sort of thing don't last very long. it's very challenging to layer them with other skin care products. sometimes they leave like a little bit of a chicago ki residue on the skin. this technology seems to be unique because it apparently is invisible and also appears to actually be healthy for the skin while you're wearing it. >> so how long does this last? >> we don't know yet. stay tuned. so this is still very early preliminary research. you know, we really need more studies to be able to ultimately translate this technology into like skin care products that you will take out in the morning and start using. >> you told us all the good things. there's got to be some downside to it. >> i mean, potential ly if you got, say, the wrong ingredient or bacteria trapped underneath the film, that could potentially lead to problems, but so far there's been no allergic reactions reported to any of the
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ingredients in the film itself. >> is it currently available? >> not yet. very early. >> so you'll tell us once it is. >> right? >> i'll bring sominex time i come. >> what do you mean it's not available? thank you very much. >> thank you. >> we're going outside to michael. >> thank you, robin. here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." perfect 10. ginger and val rocking the ballroom on "dancing with the stars" scoring well with the judges and now they're joining us live. plus, we have a groundbreaking new procedure that could make reading glasses a thing of the past for millions of people out there. and we're taking you to the ledge. t.j. holmes rappelling down this cliff live. he's going to give us a bird's-eye view of one of the most amazing national parks in america. all that is coming up live on "gma" here in times square. i'm with the lung force shining some light on lung cancer, which is very important. make sure you get yourselves checked, ladies.
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>> jesse palmer has all of it. >> "fuller house" jodie sweetin earn are are and keo motsepe earned their highest scores of the season but it wasn't enough to save them. ♪ tonight we are victorious >> reporter: it was a night filled with risky routines on the dance floor. nyle and peta pulling off an impossible paso doble. showing the world what it's like to dance deaf. the sound of silence shaking the ballroom. >> i've never seen anything like that that touched me so profoundly. >> invite them into my world and get an insight into what it means to be deaf. >> reporter: ginger pushing herself to the limit this week. >> you did the hard work. now enjoy it. ♪ >> reporter: her sultry argentine tango with val scoring all 10s making that a second week of perfect scores for ginger and val. >> that was mind-blowing.
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mm-mm, yummy, yummy, yummy, honey. >> reporter: and the first perfect scores of the season for jodie and keo. >> i did it. >> but i literally just laid everything inside of me out on that floor. >> reporter: but in a bombshell twist those 10s weren't enough to keep them in the ballroom. >> i just had such an amazing experience with this that i can't help but walk away from it full of gratitude. >> the last few weeks i've seen the confidence even bigger. she came alive. >> really truly life changing. i learned things about myself that i never came into this competition expecting, and i'm a much stronger better person for it. >> and jodie starts production early this morning for "fuller house" so she's moving full speed ahead from the dance floor, guys, get excited. next week, double elimination. >> whoa. we're excited, jesse. joining us now ginger and val. congratulations. >> yes. >> another great night. we're so excited. i hope that you could feel that. michael and i were noticing when that piece running, you two are
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watching every bit of it intently like ginger like you're always looking for a possibility to learn a little bit more. >> yes, you have to keep studying, and that's what i've learned, especially from this guy. he's a purist. he's a ballroom world champion and i can learn every single moment how to become a better dancer. 10 doesn't -- isn't good enough. we can do better. >> but i got to say, last week you got a 10. this week perfect score, as well. now, val as her partner and as her coach, how does that make you feel? >> it makes me feel very proud. it's not so much about the perfect score because it's -- yes, you know, in the wars last week, that was like, whoa. yesterday it was a shocker because i don't know. i don't know. i don't know. i didn't know if we would get a perfect score but i did feel like she did a perfect dance and, you know, i thought i made a couple of mistakes there, but she killed it, and i was just so proud that she -- you know, that
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not only -- you know, michael, it's just like in sports. i treat it like sports. i know this is a very creative artistic kind of feel, but i have a very sport-like approach to it. i feel like all the hard work is done at rehearsals and practice, you know, and so that when she comes out monday night, she can look like that and surprise people. >> well, it's wonderful because you all didn't have the letdown that sometimes after a big night two weeks ago you could do that but that's a real tribute to both of you about how you stay in the moment. there's some great questions on twitter for you, ginger, and this one comes from sandra. she wants to know, and i want to know this too. what is the biggest obstacle you did not see coming? >> i think the biggest obstacle i saw coming, i knew it was physically difficult, but i think the one i didn't see coming was the emotional part. every single dance i get so invested and i get so into it, almost too much sometimes where we lose ourselves in it, and we have to wake up and say, wait a minute. you just have to dance. so that emotional toll has been
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really surprising. >> but it's rewarding, as well because i think you can see that in our performance that it means a lot to her, to us, and i think people really get behind that. steps are just steps. i mean, you've seen a hundred thousand tangos and a million cha-cha and jives. it's not about that. it's more about how it makes the person feel when they perform it and when you're emotionally invested in something, i think it will always come out looking its best. >> you know what, val, this was a twitter question but i'll make it a twitter statement. sara p. wants to know when will you baby-sit while ginger and ben can have a night out? you need to do that, my friend. you both should be pretty worn out. you've both been doing incredibly well. we're very proud of you. >> and you can really work that man bun, val. that man bun, not every guy can pull that off. >> i'm trying. >> that is true. >> i know. not every guy should pull it off. >> we love you both. thank you. >> i miss you guys. >> we miss you. we miss you.
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>> thank you very much. >> and get ready for "dancing with the stars," semifinals double elimination as jesse said monday night 8:00 eastern, 7:00 central right here on abc. when are you going on "dancing with the stars"? >> when you go. >> that's never going to happen. all right. george. >> both are going on way before i am. we're going to move on to a "gma" exclusive. a medical breakthrough for millions of americans who need reading glasses. a new surgery that could replace them for good and abc's mara schiavocampo back with the details. hey, mara. >> good morning. it's estimated more than a billion people worldwide have trouble focusing on things close up. they need reading glasses for like that tiny magazine print or the clasp on a piece of jewelry. now better sight without the hassle of glasses. those ever elusive reading glasses, something that millions of americans deal with every day, even hollywood stars. >> yeah, i do need my glasses. come here. >> i don't have mine either.
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>> oh, you don't have yours either. >> 51-year-old donna glenn was fed up. >> i had to put reading glasses on for every near task, and reading glasses are traditionally never where you want them to be. you're always searching for them. >> reporter: that's when donna's eye doctor, dr. andrew holtzman of tlc vision, stepped in with a new solution. a procedure called the kamra inlay. >> this technology addresses a major concern because the age-related decline in near vision affects everyone. it starts in our 40s and continues on into our 50s and 60s. >> reporter: how does this revolutionary procedure work? >> the kamra inlay is a small plastic like disc one-third the size of a contact lens and one-fourth the size of the thickness of a human hair. it's very small and has an opening and we implant it into the cornea. what this does is blocks the unfocused rays of light from entering the eye and only allows the focused rays of light
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through, which means they're able to see full range of vision from distance to near clearly. >> reporter: and in a tv first, our cameras take you into the or as christine clement has the inlay implanted into just one eye. dr. holtzman says that's all that is needed for the proceed hour to work. >> the procedure takes approximately 20 minutes to perform. the patient doesn't feel anything. all right. nice and steady now. >> reporter: the postop recovery? >> we tell the patient to go home, take a nap then they start using their eye drops and the nicest part about it is if the patient doesn't like it, it is a reversible procedure. >> reporter: but some of the risks include the possibility that vision may not return to normal even after the procedure is reversed. it can take up to a month for a patient to realize the full effect of the inlay, which costs around $5,000 and is typically not covered by insurance. still, for donna glenn, the high cost was worth it to refocus on her life. >> working on the computer, i'm
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cooking and i can see my recipes and i can read ingredient labels at the grocery store, everything i need to do. i don't even know where my reading glasses are and i don't care. i'm very happy. >> so back to that price tag, that $5,000, it costs about on average $200 to buy a pair of reading glasses, so -- a prescription reading glass, so here we have 25 reading glass, that's how many you could buy with that $5,000 so it isn't cheap. but the people who had it done say they're paying for the convenience of never having to search for those reading glasses. >> you don't have to have reading glasses every stop along the way. >> you can pick up what you need. look at it. and read the fine print and you're good to go. >> thanks. >> outside to rob. >> great gang of folks out here. from louisville, from kansas city to new york city. 21 today. happy birthday. what are you going to do to celebrate? >> we're going to go to central park and breakfast at the plaza and then go to maestro's for dinner and then probably go out on the town. >> love it. all lined up. happy 21st. the severe weather threat across the nation today. two spots, ohio river valley including louisville and
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lexington and also dallas back through the mexican border, mostly hail there then tomorrow we expand it to wichita falls, oklahoma city, kansas city, st. louis, a lot of >> good tuesday morning. we are waking up to let clouds and warmth but a warming trend the next few days with am -- a cooler pattern, and today in san jose, upper 70. we should be in the mid-70s. the warmest day is when and thursday. low 80s theant bay look for temperatures in the upper 60s in san francisco and 75 in >> all right. great folks out here. your favorite part of the show is? >> "pop news." >> i didn't feed that to her, lara. i did not feed. >> all right. $5 coming out to you soon. "pop news" time, everybody. and we'll begin with news about summer. it kind of happens every
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year, 'tis the summer season for reality tv competitions. sounds like a very good one coming from the dynamic duo of ben and matt, affleck and damon continuing their producing partnership with a new show called "the runner" in which a contestant makes his or her way across the country gathering clues all in an effort to win big cash, but, of course, there's a hook. the runner is being chased by different teams who also want that money. you got to get the clues before you get caught. it's been called the hybrid of "the amazing race" and "the mole," so run to the app store and download go 90 before the runner takes off in july. yet another example of new shows coming out on apps. it is the trend and i dare say the future. >> wow. >> looks like a tease for like "the bourne identity." there's a guy chasing him in a car in the parking lot and a guy jumping off a stairwell. i want to watch. >> do you remember "the mole"? i thought that was a great show and this has a lot of those elements. >> doesn't seem fair if the other guy is in cars. >> yeah, right, exactly.
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>> i'm sure -- >> spoiler alert. spoiler alert. >> a bunch of rules that i will get back to you. don't worry. also in "pop news" this morning, i love this story. this morning an 80-year-old woman who allowed her granddaughter to use her as a model/guinea pig for years. the little girl wanted to be a makeup artist. there's grandma, so as you can see that, practice paid off big. grandma, there she is. getting done. we're going to go forward. she is now named glamma and is an internet sensation. this is an octogenarian. she has five grandkids. 12 great grandkids and she says she is so flattered because she is an internet star and is also the star of her nursing home. that just goes to show you, age is -- >> glamma, i like that. >> she has great bones, and her daughter -- i love that. they posted it and, mom, we're doing makeovers as soon as we're getting home. finally here's some morning
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motivation to energize you. get to the gym. do some sit-ups. if you need a little special help. >> oh. >> who cares. it's all about the effort, right, buddy. >> summer is right around the corner. >> i mean, that kid is on fire. >> 1,005, 1,006, 1,007. >> he's cheating. >> that's not on a loop. >> that's not on a loop. >> oh, my gosh. >> stay tuned for t.j. 100th anniversary of our national parks, he is on the ledge right there. >> that's t.j. >> come on, t.j. ♪ i'm on top of the world
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good morning. i'm natasha zouves from the abc 7 morning news. this morning palo alto police are searching for a man wanted for groping a teenager. the 15-year-old girl's parents say the man grabbed her around 3:30 yesterday afternoon at the pedestrian tunnel. the suspect is described as a 40-year-old hispanic man around 5 6 with a thin build. an update on your morning commute with frances. we're seeing a lot of slowdowns around the bay area. a few fender benders. there's an early crash northbound 880, and you'll notice traffic has slowed through san leandro into oakland. also right across the san mateo bridge westbound has been slower
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than normal this morning and there's also an accident north 101 in san hjose slowing things down at story. natasha? >> thank you, fr ♪ i ♪ shining through rs ♪ i see your true colors ♪ and that's why i love you ♪ so don't be afraid ♪ to let them show ♪ your true colors
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♪ true colors ♪ true colors ♪ are beautiful good morning to you. still gray here in san francisco. it's getting sunny out by concord. it is 57 in san jose. plenty of sunshine today. warmer temperatures, upper 70s, san jose. 82 in antioch. natasha? >> thank you so much. another local news update in
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about 30 minutes and always on our news app. reggie, mike, sue and me weekdays 4:30 ♪ ♪ singing singing fold our hands and close our eyes ♪ that is a sneak peek at carrie underwood's brand-new music video for her song "church bells." you can see the full video exclusively on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! i don't know. i feel like i got to go to church after looking at some of this scenery here. >> the gym. >> carrie underwood. >> i'm looking at what t.j. is looking at. >> wow. the ♪ >> incredible. i need a moment to check that out. our epic campout to celebrate our national parks' hundredth anniversary. gunnison national park, ezra
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pelling down a rock 200 feet above the ground. check it out. ♪ >> it's steep, deep and narrow. welcome to colorado's grand canyon. the park is essentially in its infancy in terms of being a national park. this is -- you are kind of a young pup. >> 1999 it became a national park and when you first get there you're like, whoa. >> plugging nearly 2,000 feet, the black canyon could house the empire state building with 500 feet to spare. the park has 22 miles of hiking trails, but i am not here to hike. i'm here to go over the edge with world class rock climbers tommy caldwell and kevin jorgeson, on their record-breaking rock face climbs they usually spend the night out here on a tiny portable ledge aptly called a porta-ledge. i'll attempt to join them in the morning but tonight, i'm camping out on solid ground. these are my okay san diegos for
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the night. >> starting to look a lot more like a tent so then you got to take these hooks and clip them on. >> why does mine look like a space capsule? my campsite neighbors trevor and dorias. >> welcome to the woods. >> remember, earlier this week we met stephanie and jonathan traveling to all 59 national parks. well, you know what, these guys are doing it too. >> #59in59. >> they visited 46 parks so far. >> guacamole. >> reporter: campfire connoisseurs. they treat me to a fantastic fajita feast. >> come a long way since the tent setup. >> reporter: satisfied, sleepy, it's lights out. ♪ i'm on top of the world >> wow. >> that is just the beginning. we'll have more with t.j. who is actually rappelling as we speak. we'll get to him in a second. first out to rob. >> you got some great folks out here from new orleans.
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went to see "hamilton" and the yankee game. which did you like more. >> ham hamilton. >> that's what i'm hearing but go, yankees. let's show you what's happening as far as the threat for rain across the mid-atlantic. showers rolling around d.c. there you go, 62 degrees and i think increasing intensity tonight. some of that will get into the northeast but mostly clouds today. 65 degrees in denver. hey, might get to a record high of 94 degrees or at least the warmest so far this year in dallas. >> good morning, waking up with low clouds and fog for most and delays at sfo but it is improving quickly with more sunshine and warmer temperatures and mid-70s by noontime in our east bay valleys with 80's arrive by late in afternoon. >> all right, this weathercast is brought to you by ford escape. robin, i'm hoping t.j. is not escaping out of this live shot. i can't wait to see it. >> that's coming up, t.j. is coming up. but first secrets of a
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successful relationship, four simple things that could change your life revealed in the book "four things women want from a man" but a good friend of mine pastor a.r. bernard, a leader who's guided thousands on their spiritual journeys. ♪ this is the day >> reporter: thousands show up every sunday to pray with and learn from one of the nation's spiritual pillars. >> thank you, lord, for a place where your spirit and your word come together. >> reporter: pass tar a.r. bernard leads one of the largest congregations in the u.s. at the christian cultural center in brooklyn. >> have you ever wondered what purpose certain things in your life served? >> reporter: the former banker turned preacher shares his teachings with local worshippers and celebrities. his words have also brought me much comfort. full disclosure to people at home battling breast cancer, the night before my surgery, my phone rings.
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it's you. do you remember that? >> of course. it was a very, very special time to have the opportunity to just be there with you, to walk through what you were going through and understand it. >> and then my second challenge, you blessed the syringe that held my sister's healthy stem cells. >> we thank you. >> i will tell you it is faith that helps to level the playing field of human experience which we know is not level. >> in his latest book "four things women want from a man" pastor bernard drawed from his own faith and marriage of 44 years to help guide others to a loving relationship. four things women want from a man. four things, that's it? we only want four things? >> well, i will tell you i'm in australia speaking to a group of men and women, and i stood up and i said, guys, i discovered what it is, i know what women
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want. so i wrote on the board. they don't know. all the men stood up, robin. they started cheering and applauding and i said, hold it, guys. but they do know what they don't want. the women stood up. they cheered and celebrated the moment. so you say a woman doesn't know what she wants, it's true to an ex-because the conversation the conversation. are you hungry, yeah. let's get something to eat. okay. where do you want to go eat? i don't know. well, let's go to that restaurant. no, i don't want to go there. so -- >> oh, wow. >> they don't know what they want but they -- >> i'm seeing a lot of chuckling in the studio. you're guilty. >> so that's the conversation. i said they do know what they don't want but haven't articulated it. >> you had a lively discussion recently with a group of women. very diverse group of women. different stages of their life. was there a common theme when talking to them about what they
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are seeking and how can they actually voice what it is that they want? >> why is it that these four things maturity, decisiveness, consistency and strength sum up what a woman's looking for and they said to me, they said, wow, this gives us the tools, this gives us -- this was the key word, a framework with which to make better choices in our relationships. >> there are many beautiful aspects of this book. one being it don't matter if you're a man or a woman you can get something out of this. >> absolutely. >> even the title would make you think it's one or the other but that was your objective and it makes us also understand we have to understand the other. >> a principle is a broad and basic truth that has no gender. it applies when people apply it correctly and it can experience the benefits from it. what is true for women is true for people in general.
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>> okay, how many at home were nodding along when he was saying about that conversation that women -- that we do -- >> i was applauding. i know exactly what i don't want. >> exactly what i don't want and his book is available right now. >> all right. and robin, we're going back out to colorado. t.j. is climbing the canyon live. we'll get to that in just a moment so don't go ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ don't you just love it ♪ ♪
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♪ i'm on top of the world. >> back with our huge celebration of the 100th anniversary of america's national parks and we are going now to check back in with t.j. ezra pelling down that canyon that you see live in a park called black canyon of the gunnison. t.j. is in the red. t.j., take it away but don't let go. >> hey, good morning, again, guys. yes, good morning from 2,000 feet. i am in the black canyon. literally happening from the black canyon of the gunnison. one of our great national parks and a bit of a hidden gem but the point is we don't want it to be hidden anymore. we have a lot of fog and cloud cover because it is a cold rainy very wet day and our caravan to my left actually russ has been
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hanging for the past hour and lost his camera because of the weather so that was a bit of an issue we had but still that's not going to stop us. i've been rappelling down. now, this is a place, of course, this park at least is where people hike, where people camp and where people climb. i camped out last night but i didn't camp out like my boys did right here. i'm meeting tommy caldwell and kevin jorgeson. two of the best climbers in the world and when they climb, this is where they hang out. fellas. >> yeah, man. >> good to see you. >> why in the world do you all do what you do? are we okay here? >> yeah, yeah, we're good. this is a rugg eged party. >> this is a rough one. do we recommend this for most folks? we don't recommend doing this. >> yeah, i don't know. no, it's good to work up to this sort of thing. unlike you, by the way. >> unlike me and, again, a lot
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of people are familiar. you all did the dawn wall, the first ever to do it. but you do recommend for people to get into climbing. people hike and camp and all that stuff but is climbing something that maybe they need to get into. any beginning can do? >> i think climb something great for everybody. it's something that you can get into it any age and can take you to amazing places like here we are. >> is this a hidden gem here, this park? i mean i didn't know about it until we started doing this story but seems like it should be impossible to keep something this majestic hidden. >> motor people drive right by it on the freeways and they're like, oh, my god, i can't believe it. it blows people's mights. >> we are sitting here looking comfortable but we are about 1800, 1900 feet above. you all are chilling. i am a little nervous still but i appreciate you all helping me through it. i got to make my way back up. it's actually harder getting back up, the getting down was one thing but this is the part
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of the celebration. we want to bring people to these places. that's why i'm wearing this gopro to give you a view even if you can't get 1900, 2,000 feet up. this is the point of us being here so we can bring it to you. >> t.j., that is just spectacular. but, boy, to be able to do that is really, really something on your first try. we're just -- we're in awe. >> absolutely. how did you get permission from your wife to do this, t.j.? >> she actually is not sure about the assignment. she thinks i'm in vegas. [ laughter ] >> the only time it's a good idea to say you're in vegas. >> you take care, everybody there. take care. >> see you, t.j. >> somehow he's got to get off and back up so be careful, our frie
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we're back now with john and kalamazoo walsh host of "the
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hunt" center for missing and exploited children. callahan has a brand-new campaign called rock one sock. the concept being and very brilliant. it's easy to understand for all of us. you lose a sock in the washing machine, you always hope you'll find it. and that is what you're trying to say with people. you always hope you'll find those missing kids. >> uh-huh. yep. >> tell us about the campaign? we know missing children's iron mans don't affect every household. that's why we wanted to take something relatable and tangible to spread awareness around our issues. we know it's a small gesture but allows them to stand in solidarity with our mission. >> so, everybody, john, you're modeling today literally with one sock on. you want us to go to social media to post a picture and what's the goal? >> the goal is to help raise awareness for our missing children's issues and to help, you know, raise donations for the center. we are a nonprofit and allows us to do what we do best and that's help look fog missing kids. >> and work closely with the law
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enforcement community and i believe we have a picture of some policemen rocking the one sock look. that's got to be great to get the support from everybody. >> definitely. >> so, john, let me ask you about this. you said you were proud of your son. he came up with the campaign. tell me -- >> i'm very proud because we're always trying to get people to look at pictures of missing children and not forget. i mean, nowadays there's a lot of attention when a child goes missing and if that childant is found two weeks later the media moves on to some other story and now that child is just another picture and we want people to have hope. if you remember jay see dugard was found in a backyard after 18 year, elizabeth smart, parents never gave up. her parents found her after eight months and people are desperate and want people to remember that their child is missing and they want hope and rockonesock gives you hope. it's not just another picture. have some hope and callahan and
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the people at the center came up with this idea and i think it's perfect. >> i do too and real quick, rerack and what would you like our viewers to know about prevention. >> oh, prevention is key. talking to your children. i don't believe in a paranoid society but we have so many challenges these days, the center has all kinds of free, wonderful tips for parents. much more than we can talk about right here, but especially the dangers online, everybody is online. little kids are online so we say to -- talk to your kids. tell them the rules and educate yourself, knowledge is power. not paranoia, knowledge is power. >> i want to say thank you to
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good morning. i'm natasha zouves with the abc 7 morning news. meteorologist lisa argen has our bay area forecast. hey, lisa. >> hi there, natasha. santa cruz 55 degrees, sunny. in the 60s later on today. right now the rest of the bay still underneath a lot of cloud cover. 56 in oakland. some sunshine now in concord. it is 54 in napa and liver. with a lot of sun on the way, low 80s inland. upper 60s san francisco. frances? clear spots right now in the south bay. northbound heavy in san jose up to saratoga where there's an accident still blocking a lane. a lot of brake lights as well north 101, 47 minutes. morgan hill to 880. natasha? >> time now for kgs live with kelly and michael." we'll be back for the midday news.
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