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. good morning, america. breaking overnight -- deadly bus crash. the tragedy in texas. the driver losing control in a highway rollover. >> people become projectiles. they're hitting hard metal at high speeds. >> eight people killed, dozens more injured. no other vehicles involved. so, what caused this fatal accident? hillary's new line of attack. team clinton taking aim at donald trump this morning for refusing to release his tax returns. the new negative ad. >> maybe if i decide to run for office, i'll produce my tax returns. absolutely. i can't do it until the audit is finished . >> as trump takes more heat over claims he pretended to be his own publicist, what the woman who was on the other end of the call -- >> you think it shows he's a liar? >> -- is saying this morning. air show accident. a plane's deadly dive in front
of thousands of spectators before crashing right in front of them. >> he's down midfield, fire trucks are on him. >> what do you mean, he crashed? >> affirmative. >> oh, god! and hero dog. the german shepherd who leapt between a little girl and a rattlesnake. >> a rescue dog, for us, paid it forward by protecting my family. >> the snake sinking its teeth into the brave dog. how people across america are touched by this story and helping out. all right. good morning. also coming up on the show, a worrying headline from the world of sports. a fan hit by a piece of broken bat while sitting in the stands at boston's legendary fenway park. >> this fan was sitting behind protective netting but the shard of wood flew right over it. this is not the first time. which begs the question -- is major league baseball doing enough to protect the fans? we're going to start with another popular past time gone
badly awry. >> it's the kind of weekend outing millions of americans have enjoyed. this time, it turned fatal. scores of people were on the way to a casino when their bus crashed. on a texas highway. eight are dead. 40 injured. >> and so many people now asking, how did this happen? abc's lauren lyster is in laredo, texas, with more. lauren, good morning to you. >> reporter: the majority of more than 40 hurt passengers have been treated at this hospital. taken after the crash. they thought they would end up at a casino yesterday. that's where they were headed on a tour bus on what was a rainy morning. then tragedy struck. taking them on this devastating detour. this morning, eight passengers killed on this charter bus. more than 40 hospitalized. busted windows. dangling auto parts. a collapsed ceiling. smashed seats are what's left of it after losing control on a texas highway, rolling over. >> the way i saw the bus, i had to know there were fatalities. >> reporter: it was just about 11:30 in the morning on saturday
in a rural area of southern texas, 46 miles from laredo when the driver no longer had command and the vehicle flipped. >> everything is very preliminary for us. as far as the contributing factors. all we do know is that he lost control of the bus. and rolled over. >> reporter: seven people died at the scene. one dying later at the hospital. 44 people were hurt. so many, they had to be taken to three different nearby hospitals. >> objects become projectiles. people become projectiles. so they're hitting hard metal at high speeds. >> reporter: every week end, buses like this one pack full and head to casinos around the country. this isn't the only accident. last year, nine passengers were hurt when this tour bus in new york smashed into a building. and in february, this bus heading to a connecticut casino flipped in the snow on its way from new york, injuring dozens. and the federal government is now involved in this texas crash. a team from the ntsb is expected to arrive here today to investigate the wreck and look at if the weather played a role. paula?
>> that's the big question, lauren. how did this happen? thank you. we want to move to politics now. it's been a tough couple of days for donald trump, from refusing to release his tax returns to the so-called trump tapes. and now, hillary clinton is trying to take advantage in a new ad. mary bruce is here with the story. mary, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. trump is making an extremely rare move here. breaking precedent by refusing to release his tax returns. and now this morning, clinton is seizing on it. and turning up the heat. >> thank you. >> reporter: this morning, hillary clinton is slamming donald trump for refusing to release his tax returns, asking in this new video, what is he hiding? >> if i decide to run for office, i'll produce my tax returns. absolutely. i can't do it until the audit is finished. >> reporter: but trump tells george, voters don't have a right to see a candidate's tax returns. >> yes, or no, do you believe voters have a right to see your tax returns before they make a final decision? >> i don't think they do. but i do say this.
i will really gladly give them. they're not going to learn anything. but it's under routine audit. >> reporter: until then, he says he won't reveal how much he pays in taxes. >> what is your tax rate? >> it's none of your business. you'll see it when i release. i fight very hard to pay as little tax as possible. >> the commercial is effective. he uses donald trump's own words. to sort of expose what could be hypocrisy. >> reporter: this, as trump is haunted by a voice from his past. >> what's your name again? >> john miller. >> reporter: the person on the other end of the call tells us she knew before she hung up this was trump. no doubt, the real donald trump. >> no doubt. he apologized two weeks later and said i'm sorry in print. >> reporter: sue carswell was a reporter for "people" magazine in 1991 when she conducted this interview with someone who claimed to be trump's spokesman. >> she's somebody that has a lot of options. he gets called by everybody in the book, in terms of women. >> reporter: carswell says weeks later, trump called her and admitted it was him all along.
now, trump denies it. >> a part of me was like, is it donald? i think it is. it tells you about his character. he's punking me. he's punking the country. >> reporter: you think it shows he's a liar? >> yes. it shows he's a liar. >> reporter: she says she did not leak this recording to the press. she suggests trump may have released it himself to divert attention from the other issues dogging his campaign, like those tax returns. dan and paula? >> interesting theory. mary, thank you. >> let's bring in jon karl, in washington, getting ready to host "this week." hey jon. so, hillary clinton, as we saw in mary's piece, is hitting donald trump on his refusal to release his taxes? is this a potent line of attack? isn't it a bit dangerous given that some have called on her to release her speeches to wall street? >> i think, dan, the answer to both of your questions is yes. it is a potent line of attack. trump will be dogged from now to the election from people saying,
what do you have to hide? hillary clinton making the case in the debates, you can imagine. the minute she does, what do you have to hide? the question goes right back to her. not just the transcripts of her speeches to goldman-sachs. and to others. it's also the e-mails that were deleted. it's everything else. the clintons have had issues with the issue of transparency. trump has, too. welcome to the fall campaign. the front page of "the new york times" has an article called crossing the line, trump's private conduct with women. polls say he's unpopular with women. does he need to fix it? could this article further the damage? >> well, look, he does have a huge problem with women. hillary clinton begins this race with a double-digit huge gender gap lead. among women. a lot of people will look at the story and say, they have heard many of these stories before. they'll see how "the new york times" placed that front and center and say, there they go again. the media is going after donald trump.
those predisposed to trump, they've heard this before. they've heard worse. i'm not sure it changes the dynamic much. he does need to find a way to change the gender gap. >> on a lighter note, "saturday night live" weighing in on reports that trump was his own publicist in the 1990s. take a look. >> mr. trump is the real-life inspiration for "ironman." who am i? i'm his publicist, joey pepperoni. no, i'm not donald trump in disguise. this is just what classy people sound like, okay? >> joey pepperoni's lines are ringing off the hook this morning. trump denies he ever pretended to be joey pepperoni or anybody else. do you think people buy that? does it matter? since all the trump controversies tend to blur together. >> he's the ultimate teflon candidate, dan. i don't know. you know, this is something else. he hasn't always denied it by the way. there is that court filing from
way back in the 1990s where he acknowledged using the name john baron on occasion. this is one of the stranger stories. i don't know where this one goes. the problem for trump is this could lead to ridicule. one thing he hates is to be ridiculed. >> jon will be part of a big show this morning. he'll interview the head of the republican party. and martha raddatz will be live from iraq. that's coming up later on "this week" right here on abc. >> thanks, dan. a frightening moment at boston's fenway park. a man in the stands struck by a broken bat. the man see here right after it happened. adrienne bankert joins us with the story. the fan, he was sitting behind new protective netting put in place after a couple of incidents last year. so how did this happen? >> reporter: you know, paula, the large end of that bat went over the net, which was a contingency for fans in the stands. the question, is major league doing enough to prevent injuries? overnight, a fan bloodied at a boston red sox game after a bat comes flying into the stands.
>> it hit him right in the head. straight on in the head. >> reporter: the still unidentified fan hit above the right eye by what was left after houston astros' george springer's at-bat. those at the park acting quickly on the assist. >> they waved down medical personnel. to come and look at the guy. they came down, had a big towel on his head. kind of pressed against it. he was walking, there was two people were helping him up through the stands. >> reporter: according to the red sox, the man's injuries were not serious. saturday's close call eerily reminiscent of the terrifying night last year. in the very same stadium. >> this is a broken bat grounder. >> reporter: last june at fenway park, tanya carpenter suffering life-threatening injuries. after brett lawrie's bat splintered. >> watch the bump, watch the bump here. >> reporter: portions of the wood becoming partially embedded in her shoulder and hitting her in the face. the 45-year-old spent a week in the hospital and continued outpatient treatment. carpenter, along with a string of other high-profile injuries
led major league baseball to implement new safety guidelines. recommending the protective netting between the field and the seats be extended 70 feet from the backstop to both dugouts. this morning, the man struck by the bat is recovering. he was treated at the stadium, transported to a local hospital, and released. and a spokesperson for tanya carpenter says she was saddened to hear another patron was hit by a bat at fenway, though grateful that the netting is extended to the dugouts. there are serious questions regarding the decision by the mlb and red sox to limit the protection to those within 70 feet of home play. the players in the dugouts are protected, but the fans above the dugout are not. >> you're sitting behind the netting. you have a false sense of security. be aware of everything at all times. >> always watching. i think a lot of people looking at their cell phones has become a habit for all of us. so even at the ball game, keep your eyes peeled. >> keep your eyes on the game. we want to talk about a mystery at sea.
a woman vanishing from a cruise ship in the gulf of mexico. she fell overboard in the middle of the night. the coast guard called in to lead the search. investigators try to find out what happened here. marci gonzalez is here with the story. good morning, marci. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the coast guard is back out searching this morning as cruise officials go over surveillance video and interview passengers, still trying to find some answers. this morning, carnival cruise officials trying to find out how this mother of four went overboard. plunging into the gulf of mexico. samantha broberg's mysterious fall apparently going unnoticed for hours. >> it's hard to continue on having a fun vacation knowing somebody fell overboard. >> reporter: the carnival "liberty" was heading from galveston to cozumel. when the cost guard says broberg fell from the lido deck, ten stories up. officials believe it happened at 2:00 friday morning. the cruise line tells abc news her traveling companions did not report her as missing until much
later in the day. when they did, passengers say the ship was put on lockdown. >> the cabin steward said he was here to check the cabin. they looked inside the closets, in the shower. underneath the bed, and on the balcony. >> reporter: the staff also checked the ship's surveillance videos, finding broberg's fall was captured on camera. >> we have now concluded the review of all of our cameras. unfortunately, it appears she may have fallen into the water early in the morning. >> reporter: the cruise line notifying the coast guard at 5:00 friday evening. 15 hours after broberg went overboard. >> they did not know a passenger went overboard until they had to search the cameras some 15 hours later. >> reporter: the cruise line explaining they were following standard protocol. and industry experts noting overboard incidents are extremely rare. broberg's family saying they are shocked and deeply saddened. we hope and pray the u.s. coast
guard is able to bring samantha home. the coast guard admits it will be tough to find her, especially after so much time. but, because the water is so warm, they believe she could still be alive. so they say for now, they'll keep searching. dan and paula? >> they're holding on to a little bit of hope, marci. thank you. >> thank you, marci. let's look at the other top headlines. as always, it's over to ron. >> good morning to you, dan and paula. rachel. indra. good morning, everyone. we begin with the news that george zimmerman is using the gun that he used to kill 17-year-old trayvon martin is up for sale again. zimmerman confirming it's listed for auction with the website united gun group. the starting bid is $100,000 with $500,000 listed as the buy it now price. an earlier auction listing was taken down after it was deluged with fake bids of up to $65 million. a jury acquitted zimmerman in the death of the african-american florida teenager.
in minneapolis, more than 300 people are expected to gather for a private memorial for prince at the jehovah witness church he attended. the singer's family says they'll not be there. they're planning a separate celebration. later this summer in august. this, as pills and a potential overdose are in the investigation of prince's death. a source says the pop singer was found with medication on him and in his minneapolis home. two doctors and a drug addiction consultant all facing questions by investigators. breaking overnight, anthony kiedis, the lead singer of the red hot chili peppers, suddenly rushed to the hospital in irvine, california. just hours before they were to perform at a musical festival. band member flea said they were canceling the performance because of a quote medical thing that just happened. no word on the singer's condition. just over a year after the sudden death of her husband, facebook c.o.o. sheryl sandberg
is opening up about the personal struggle in a commencement speech at the university of california at berkeley. sandberg encouraging the new graduates to overcome life's difficulties and build resilience. >> the depths of sadness and the brutality of loss. but i also learned that when life sucks you under, you can kick against the bottom, find the surface, and breathe again. >> this was the first time sandberg has spoken publicly. about her husband's death. and the end of an era tonight as cbs newsman morley safer, stepping down from "60 minutes." after 46 seasons. he was on of the originals on the show. he is formerly retiring after his career spanned seven decades. he covered the vietnam war, one on one interviews with hollywood stars. best of luck to him. a terrific journalist and a really good guy. finally, a quick-thinking
softball player finds a creative and acrobatic way to avoid getting tagged out. now check this out. base runner kasey mccravey. racing for home here. check this. look at that. the ball beats her. she leaps over the catcher. touches -- >> is that safe? >> yes. she touched. >> with the left hand. >> she touched home plate. >> how about that, huh? >> that is phenomenal. >> very, very difficult to pull off, i would imagine. >> skill. >> that's thinking outside the box. the batter's box. >> bada bing. >> the weather. it's really wet in texas, right. >> thinking outside the batter's box. >> she's good. >> good is one word for it. >> ridiculous. i want to show you this. my family was sending me photos outside of houston. look at this. they need to dry out after the rainfall from last month. keep in mind. they've had two times the amount of rainfall as they should for this time of year. yesterday, another four inches fell in an hour.
scenes like this all over the houston area. i wish i could tell you things were changing. more showers are on the way. let's look at the setup. more moisture out of the gulf. with that, a system still in place. we'll talk about more rainfall. not only through the weekend, but even as we go through the middle of next week. by tuesday, another four inches is expected to fall in that area. after that, a severe threat is possible. a chance of thunderstorms through wednesday. here's what we're looking at. the severe threat. not too big. places like new mexico and portions of texas. that will enhance more as we move in through monday. spreading into places like oklahoma city. by wednesday, more of texas. good sunday morning. i'm lisa argen. warmer days are arriving tomorrow. the warmest days are tuesday and
wednesday. mid-70s concord, 72 in san jose. and a look ahead in the accuweather seven-day forecast, featuring the warmer weather tomorrow. sea breeze at the coast. low 90s inland mid-week. >> after seeing those pictures, i have to say it, turn around, don't drown. it's not just a weather saying. it takes lives. more rain on the way. be careful. >> thank you. now to the rescue dog who returned the favor big time. this dog was adopted by a family in florida just two months ago and then turned around and saved the family's daughter's life. >> the dog putting himself between a 7-year-old girl and a rattlesnake in the backyard. dan says this is his second favorite story of the day. >> good morning to you both. this 2-year-old german shepherd took to his new family immediately. little did they know, their rescue dog would come to the rescue of one of their children. >> look at him.
>> reporter: this morning. the deluca family is fighting to save the life of their dog, hoss. who they now say is their hero. >> a rescue dog, you know, for us, paid it forward by protecting my family. >> reporter: the pup, once rescued by the family, coming to 7-year-old molly's rescue when a deadly diamondback rattlesnake, ready to strike, snuck up on her while playing in the backyard. >> she saw him jump back, go forward, jump back, go forward. >> reporter: hoss jumped between his owner and the venomous reptile, saving the girl, getting struck three times in the process. >> next thing we know, there's blood. he was limping and crying. >> reporter: the lucky child, by her hero dog's side. as he underwent emergency treatment. receiving anti-venom four times a day for four days. >> is his leg getting better? >> reporter: the delucas' go fund me page has raised over $50,000 in donations. to pay for the medical bills. >> they're sweet and kind and nice because they're caring about hoss.
>> reporter: the family says he's on the mend. >> i'm doing everything i can. i feel like i owe it to him to keep trying to save him. >> reporter: as for all the excess money raised, they announced overnight, anything above hoss' medical bills will go to a local animal rescue. the family is telling people not to send any more money because they have what they need. in excess. i mean, within three days' time, over $50,000 raised. >> incredible. >> reporter: yeah, these medical bills, super expensive. around $1500 in icu a day. $600 plus for the viles he gets four times a day. more unbelievable what he did. >> proof positive that adopting animals is worth while. thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >> a lifesaver at times. thank you, rachel. still ahead on this sunday morning, this wasn't supposed to happen. the air show stunt that took a deadly turn right in front of the spectators. and the nba battle brewing
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at howard and main streets. the finish line at the highway near lincoln way. the bay to breakers are the longest annual foot race in the world. here's lisa argen. not much in the way of low clouds but there is certainly low cloudiness out there. 58 in san jose. it is cloudy on the peninsula with 51-minute delays at sfo. 60s and 70s today. >> lisa, thank you. thank you for joining us. the news continues with "good morning america." have a great sunday, everyone.
and welcome back to "gma" on this sunday morning. trump is under fire, this time for not releasing his taxes. democratic front-runner hillary clinton suggesting he has something to hide in a new ad. this as critics are questioning that voice behind the so-called "trump tapes." the police officer shot in the face while chasing an armed robbery suspect in new hampshire is now heading home. 27-year-old ryan hardy released from the hospital. after a massive manhunt the suspect is in police custody. and a piece of history in texas is no more. waco's floyd casey stadium. up in a cloud of dust in a planned explosion. it was the home of the baylor university bears football team until 2013. and coming up, what went wrong between two of basketball's biggest stars? as the playoffs heat up, the
trash talking between lebron james and steph curry heats up. this could be the preamble to an epic rematch between the two. >> a lot of people hoping for that rematch. but first here, that stunt plane that took a fatal dive during an air show in georgia. >> in this video, you can see the plane appearing to run into trouble right before it crashes in front of tens of thousands of spectators who never expected anything quite like this. eva pilgrim is here with the story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it was supposed to be the final performance of the day. it took a tragic turn. a crowd staring on as an experienced aerobatic pilot crashed into the ground. tragedy at an atlanta-area air show. >> charlie 1-5, alert 3. charlie 1-5, alert 3, midfield. >> reporter: this youtube video showing the final moments before greg connell's fatal crash. >> he's down midfield. fire trucks are on him. >> what do you think he crashed? >> affirmative. >> oh, god! >> reporter: look closely. something happened right there
at the top of the loop as the nose of the plane comes back through. >> it appears something on the airplane snaps. the airplane goes out of control and seems to tumble. as it tumbles, there's just no chance for him to recover the airplane. >> reporter: fire trucks rushing on to the field. the plane already completely engulfed in flames. >> anytime something like this happens, it is so tragic. our hearts and prayers go out to the family of this pilot. >> the announcer came on and said there was a crash. he told people to turn their kids away from the crash. >> reporter: the airfield promptly shut down. spectators asked to leave. friends posting on facebook. please keep greg's family and friends in your prayers. there are no words to describe what we're all feeling right now. god bless, and godspeed, greg. he started flying in 1989. he performs tricks at air shows across the country. >> what you see at an air show is quite dangerous. the pilots doing them are supposed to be professional, have the best equipment, best training.
>> reporter: connell's family releasing a statement. we're greatly humbled by the outpouring of love and prayers. he will be greatly missed. >> a reminder that these shows are, in fact, dangerous. eva, thank you. let's take another look at the national forecast. back to indra petersons in for rob this weekend. >> it is may, right? see this white stuff around michigan? maybe go towards upstate new york, yeah, that is snow that is falling this morning. the reason for that? kind of obvious. it's cold outside. you're probably feeling it in the upper midwest right now. temperatures around the 30s and 40s. 20 degrees below average by the time you go through the afternoon, the cold air spreading to the east. so yes, by tomorrow morning, we could be seeing records for the morning lows in places like new york city. there's an ouch factor out there. 40 degrees out towards new york city. but i have good news as well. we'll see a pattern shift. cold in the east, warm in the west. whoa, whoa, what is this? a huge change.
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james can argue over who is the better player. both can agree a rematch of last year's finals would be epic. espn's tony reali is here with more. good morning, tony. >> reporter: you say fans can argue. that will always be the case. the media, they'll argue as well. that's the job for better or worse. now we have the players weighing in. and while maybe it's somewhere between trash talk and words with friends, it's got everybody talking. >> james nails the three. another three from curry! >> reporter: two of the nba's biggest stars taking shots off the court. lebron james and stephen curry trading jabs over curry's unanimous mvp win. >> they won 73 wins. i mean -- i don't -- can you have a debate over that? really? when it comes to that award. but when you talk about most valuable, then you can have a different conversation. >> reporter: critics calling foul, and attacking lebron for going out of bounds. >> i did not think this was a good look for lebron james. >> best and most valuable are synonyms.
>> why can't two guys born in akron just get along. >> reporter: james has backup. reigniting the debate between curry fanatics and his skeptics, who have questioned the warriors' star's success. >> i think, it just tells you how watered down our league is. >> reporter: golden boy steph curry firing back at his fellow back-to-back mvp winner. >> i've gotten really good at ignoring people. so that is the -- that's this theme of the last two years. >> reporter: so, is a new nba rivalry on the horizon? long gone are the days of chamberlain versus russell. isiah versus jordan, and bird versus magic. with kobe retired this is supposed to be the reign of the king. lebron finding himself against curry for the top spot in the league. many speculating curry may have the advantage. >> wow! >> reporter: the warriors taking down the cavs in six games in last year's nba finals. >> the golden state warriors are the 2015 nba champions.
>> reporter: and now, excitement is building from fans and critics alike about a possible rematch between king james and the baby-faced assassin. and the league is salivating over that possibility. while they do that, curry and the warriors have their hands full with kevin durant, russell westbrook and the thunder. starting tomorrow. and the cavs get to see if it will be the raptors of the heat. lebron, you might say, is familiar with miami. >> a little bit. i mean, can't you just be happy for steph curry? he has, what, four league mvps? >> the nba is a junior high school lunch room. they're talking everything about each other. and steph won the title last year. that matters most. >> tony, you are our baby-faced assassin. >> look at him. he doesn't look like he's 27, 28 years old. >> this also is a junior high lunchroom, i would say, at times. >> the food is just as bad. >> one is best. one is most valuable. i'm not saying who. >> okay. all right. >> and they're not synonymous. >> you don't want to miss game seven between the toronto raptors and the miami heat, today at 3:30 eastern right here
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okay. it's time for "pop news." we'll explain this subtle display of chocolate in a moment. but rachel? start with something else. >> we have other business to get to first. dive in and nibble a bit. >> oh, we will. >> thank you. >> we're not asking permission. >> go for it. first up, jennifer lawrence is revealing one of her most humiliating moments and how it involves none other than hollywood legend harrison ford. now, the oscar-winning actress appears on the bbc's "graham norton show." describing what happened when she broke her own rule of never assuming people know who she is. to approach ford and j.j. abrams and said, hello. >> i approached their table and i was like -- the whole table was like -- and so i realized while i was dancing, i'm like, they have no idea who i am. they have no idea who i am. >> she was like, they're my co-workers. i'll just go up and say hi to 'em. dance over. >> how did they not know who she was?
>> they've been busy with a universe far, far away. a galaxy far, far away. jennifer's next movie "x men apocalypse" is out later this month. there she is in that film. j.j. abrams may not be good at recognizing faces, guys. he's good at keeping secrets. ever since the release of "the force awakens," "star wars" fans have been obsessed about who are rey's parents? >> it's luke, come on, people. >> you think? someone who worked on every "star wars" film is weighing in. john williams says he's guessing, like you said, paula, luke skywalker. that's the most common theory. for sure. other speculation is that ray is obi wan kenobi's daughter. others say han and leia. >> ron says chewbacca. >> what do you think? >> speechless. i mean, really?
i think you have had too many cookies, that's what i think. >> she's just beginning. we have a winner this morning in the epic eurovision song contest. this contest shown in the u.s. for the first time. the finals took place overnight in stockholm, sweden. jamala from ukraine won. with a song that took a jab at moscow. ♪ >> which part is the jab at moscow? >> i believe that's just a little excerpt of her performance. i think it was 1944 was the name of the song. it was a somber ballad. justin timberlake performed at the event, watched by more people than the super bowl. >> you're kidding. >> crazy, right? and there's j.t. singing my jam. i love it. >> distracted. >> i love it. finally, you guys. >> hat's on. >> we come with hats and
everything. >> whoa. we look good. >> i wouldn't go that far. >> it's national chocolate chip day. which means you now have the perfect excuse to eat sweets for breakfast. i feel like we always have the good excuse to eat sweets for breakfast here. we're getting in the spirit -- getting in the spirit with lots of cookies and cakes from nestle toll house cafe. and getting the chance to decorate our own cookie cake. while this all might look severely gluttonous. you guys, you will be pleased to know this little known fact about this very important holiday. calories don't count. calories don't count on national chocolate chip day. >> what's a calorie? >> check this out. the chocolate chip cookie was invented by accident by ruth wakefield. who ran the toll house restaurant in massachusetts. she broke a chocolate bar into pieces hoping she would create a chocolate cookie. instead, it all stayed together. >> this is my message for ruth. can you see this? >> aw. >> it says i love you. >> i love you.
i also love you and you and you. >> i love all y'all. >> it's a great holiday. very solemn and important holiday. by the way, i'm going to swallow this whole. we'll be right back. actually, we won't. "this week" later this morning. i'm carolyn tyler. in a few minutes, the first of thousands of returns will start the annual bay to breakers race in san francisco. this is a live look from sky 7 hd at the starting line at howard and main streets. 40,000 runners are registered to
participate this morning. every participant receives a medal at the finish line at lincoln way. abc 7 news will have complete race coverage. now we're streaming live pictures from sky 7 hd. you can watch the start of the race at 8:00 a.m. this morning. you can watch it through the abc 7 news app and enable push alerts for race information as it happens. great weather for that race. here's lisa. >> that's right, carolyn. mid-50s and partly sunny in san francisco and san jose. we're holding on to the clouds. sfo has delays of over 50 minutes. 60 in oakland. a few sunny breaks, more breaks to the north. 53 by the delta. 51 in santa rosa. sunshine for everyone today. mid-60s and afternoon sea breeze, half moon bay. mid- to upper 60s from san mateo to palo alto. 70 in san rafael.
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. trump under fire. questions on taxes. >> what is your tax rate? >> it's none of your business. >> how he treats women. and with his credibility on the line, his party at a crossroads. >> are you endorsing donald trump? >> i don't want us to have a fake unification process here. >> is trump ready for the road ahead? >> it will be a little process, but it will come along. >> republican party chair reince priebus weighs in live. plus, battle lines. >> the danger is far from over. >> exclusive in depth. with the american soldiers taking on isis. >> fire! >> americans. iraqis. fighting together. are the politics back home driving them apart? martha