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good morning, america. severe storm alert. a monsoon sparks flash floods in las vegas. >> oh, my god! >> water reaches speeds of 30 miles an hour. nearly a dozen rescues overnight. now the northeast on alert for severe weather. an estimated 43 million travel this holiday weekend. breaking right now, bill clinton backlash. his meeting with the attorney general raising questions of propriety. as her department investigates hillary's e-mails, donald trump blasting their encounter. >> it was a very sad situation to see, tom. that i can tell you. >> will she step aside from the investigation? serial shocker. a stunning twist in the case gripping the nation. the "serial" podcast raised questions about a convicted murderer. now the man at the center of it
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getting a new trial. we'll have his attorney this morning right here on "gma." ♪ o say can you see by the dawn's ♪ and a star is born. the woman whose impromptu performance of "the star spangled banner" stunned the country. this morning, she's kicking off our fourth of july party in the park with a huge performance live right here on "gma." ♪ and the home of the brave ♪ brave >> how about that star swain. how lucky are we? she is going to be in central park this morning. going to be an amazing performance. there they are right there. everyone is getting ready for the big party in the park. >> they're there for star. they're also there for blink-182. we've got it all this morning. also ahead, millions of americans getting ready to hit the roads and skies. let's look live now at reagan
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national airport in washington d.c. travelers bracing for big lines. aaa estimating 36 million people will be hitting the roads. we're tracking it all on our traffic cams this morning. ginger is here as well. we have heavy delays. heavy rains. the storms in las vegas overnight. >> yeah, this isn't over. the mountain west is about to blow up with monsoon flow again. let me go ahead and show you. 1.22 inches of rain. make it fall in 15 minutes. this is what's going to happen. flash flooding inundated parking lots right near the strip. again, it's all happening at this hour. urgent alerts with the flash flood watches in parts of colorado and utah. the flash flood warning in place this morning just near las vegas. our matt gutman has the latest pictures of what went on in the last 24 hours. matt? >> reporter: hey, ginger. you mentioned that inch-plus of rain. that was a quarter of the total annual rainfall that came down if just about 15 minutes here, swamping roadways and canals like that one. the water flowing through places like this at up to 30 miles per hour. stranding cars. and forcing swift water rescues.
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overnight, rescues right outside las vegas. a ladder team pulling these two teenagers to safety after they found themselves stranded in a drainage canal. nevada besieged by thunderstorms on thursday. up to two inches of hail blanketing the ground with what looked like snow in july. all of it generating epic flash floods. >> oh, my god! >> reporter: wreaking havoc on tourists. the quick-moving storms turning this intersection into white water rapids. >> i cannot believe this. >> reporter: trapping drivers. turning some parking lots into lagoons. the surge of water inundating canals. turning underpasses into water falls. >> oh, my god, oh, my god! >> reporter: trash bins and debris floating into cars, plowing through the wall of water. authorities saying some of that water reaching speeds of 30 miles per hour. now, we talk about those
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monsoons. one of the local water detention basins here rose to22 feet. that's higher than where i'm standing compared to that canal. it will be vegas weather this weekend. hot and dry. lara? >> all right, serious weather concerns and traffic, as well. now what experts are warning could be a record-setting weekend for holiday travel. nearly 43 million people expected to hit the roads, rails, and skies. abc's linzie janis is out on the new jersey turnpike, one of the busiest. linzie, how are you doing? >> reporter: good morning, lara. by this afternoon, this road and so many others likely to be backed up. right now, though, sit smooth sailing. so if you can, get up, pack the car, and get going. when it comes to beating the traffic this weekend, it's all about when you leave. this morning, millions of holiday travelers are ready to hit the road. bracing for those inevitable traffic jams.
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>> i'm cautiously optimistic that we'll get there in a timely manner. >> reporter: a record 43 million americans are expected to travel this fourth of july weekend. 36 million of them plan on driving. why so many? there's very little pain at the pump. gas prices are at their lowest in over a decade. the average gallon costing 50 cents less than it cost this time last year. >> gas prices have been at their all-time low all summer. so i think it's encouraging more people to get on the road and start driving. >> reporter: if you're one of those planning to get behind the wheel this weekend, it's all about timing. experts at the traffic and navigation app waze sharing their tips for the best and worst times to start your journey. >> if you're planning to leave today, don't leave between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. try to head out early or head out later if you're waiting for the weekend to start. >> reporter: according to waze, on monday, the actual 4th, traffic will peak late, around 10:00 p.m. nationwide, when many people are heading home after seeing fireworks.
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there will be more police on the roads this weekend. to avoid getting a ticket, remember to watch your speed, use your phone hands-free. those police will be out patrolling for drunk drivers. george? >> lots of good advice there. that's the scene on the road. how about flying? expect to wait this weekend. airports all across the country stepping up security after the terror attack in turkey. abc's david kerley is on the scene at reagan national airport. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. you're right. there are two factors colliding today. and as you can see, the lines are already long here in washington. as they are at other airports around the country. folks getting out for the weekend. it's expected to be a record summer travel season. one estimate putting the number of fliers just today at more than 3 million. that's 500,000 more than a daily average this summer season. of course the crush comes just days after the istanbul terrorist attack. several major airports have added additional officers. many with tactical gear and assault-type rifles. secretary of homeland security told congress yesterday that the
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american people should expect to see additional officers deployed at events over this holiday season. tsa says they're prepared. we're seeing long lines waiting for security. the good news is they are moving so far, guys. that's the good news at this point. >> we'll take what good news we can get. >> a little bit of good news there. what about the weather, though? let's get back to ginger for your fourth of july forecast. >> lara, i wish i had better news for you. if you live anywhere from philadelphia, to washington, d.c., to new york, please pay attention to this. today, tonight, that's our trouble spot. right. so a lot of folks traveling. i have a flight i'm concerned about. from virginia up to vermont. we have the severe weather threat here this afternoon and evening. a cold front is going to come through. damaging wind is possible. hail. the outside shot of a tornado. so watch the timing here with me. through the afternoon. after the noon hour, it starts blowing up. i stopped it here at 6:00 for the line of storms which could become severe, comes right through some of the big cities and right along the i-95 corridor.
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i couldn't plan this more poorly if i tried for your fourth of july holiday weekend. coming up we'll look at the forecast for the fireworks and that's looking a lot better for a lot of folks. let's go ahead and head back to lara and george. >> ginger, you just ruined my weekend. >> i know. wah, wah. we're going to turn to the race for the white house. a new firestorm for bill clinton. he's facing criticism from both parties after a meeting on the tarmac with attorney general loretta lynch who is ultimately responsible for the justice department investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail server. abc's tom llamas joins us now. you asked donald trump about this when you talked to him yesterday. >> reporter: george, donald trump had a lot to say about this. this morning, a major development. abc news confirming that attorney general loretta lynch will announce she'll accept whatever recommendation that the fbi director and prosecutors make on the case involving hillary clinton's e-mail server, essentially take herself out of the equation. lynch's decision in the wake of that controversial meeting she
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had with former president bill clinton. this morning, donald trump finding more ammo to accuse hillary clinton of playing by her own rules. >> it's something you don't do from an ethical standpoint. >> reporter: trump sounding off on a meeting between former president bill clinton and current attorney general loretta lynch. her justice department is still investigating hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server. >> our conversation was a great deal about his grandchildren and primarily social. it was about our travels. there was no discussion of benghazi, the state department e-mails. >> reporter: that meeting on a phoenix airport tarmac. aides to bill clinton and lynch saying it was not arranged but rather a chance encounter. do you take president clinton at his word that the meeting was to be poe lit, that it was sincere, just to say hello? >> when you meet for a half hour, and you're talking about your grandchildren and a little
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bit about golf, it sounds like a long meeting. it was a very sad situation to see, tom. that i can tell you. >> reporter: the questionable meeting coming as president obama is set to hit the trail with hillary clinton on tuesday. the president turning up the heat on trump. >> we may look back at something like the trump campaign as the last vestige of a kind of politics of us versus them. >> reporter: trump telling me president obama is twisting his message. >> i think it's just the opposite, you want to know the truth. we want to bring our jobs back, we want to have a strong military. we don't want people coming in to our country that truly hate us. we have people coming in, they could very well be isis and everybody knows it. >> reporter: trump revealing part of his plan to take out isis, using nato, which trump has called obsolete in the past. you would use nato troops to take out isis? >> i like the idea of using nato and also neighbors that aren't in nato and take 'em out. >> reporter: and we're on vp watch this morning. abc's confirming new jersey governor chris christie is being seriously vetted by the trump campaign. and "the washington post" reporting newt gingrich is also
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being looked at. george? >> okay, tom, thanks very much. let's talk about all this with kellyanne conway. just hired as senior adviser for donald trump's campaign. thanks for joining us this morning. let's start with the news just breaking right now. the attorney general will not recuse herself from this. but effectively, the decision will be the director of the fbi's james comey. does that end the controversy? >> probably not. this is a smart move for attorney general lynch. i think bill clinton put her in a very difficult position where it would be easy for people to question her impartiality. had she not followed the fbi's recommendation, people would go back to that meeting on the tarmac, george, and say, ah-ha. there's nefarious activity. i think when you're hillary clinton and two-thirds of the country say you're not trust worthy and 58% of the fox poll say you're corrupt, this doesn't help. it plays right into donald trump saying crooked hillary. either recusal or appointing a special investigator, or in this case, taking herself out of the equation were necessary. >> a tough number for donald
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trump in the same fox poll. more than half of republicans say they still would prefer another candidate. how does he turn that around? >> that doesn't surprise me. in that voters are always looking for another alternative. these campaigns can be a long slog. i think he turns that around by bringing his case to the people. basically saying to the party elites and establishment, look, i've done my part. i became the republican nominee. almost 14 million people supported me. i need you to do your part. and really -- these republican officials, if they think they've got something to add, george, they should go to him and say, let me help you with policy, let me help you navigate capitol hill. i think it's incumbent on both sides to really try to come together and that will turn that number around. >> finally, we saw tom llamas saying chris christie being vetted. newt gingrich being vetted. what do they bring to the ticket? and does it make sense for mr. trump to pick his vp now or right away so he can get a little momentum going into the convention? >> i wouldn't be surprised if the vp is announced the week before the convention. that's not atypical. and then maybe go on a tour together. so the published report suggest gingrich and christie are the
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top of the list. in christie, or gingrich, trump gets somebody like him who is very media savvy. and someone unafraid to go after hillary clinton, bill clinton. it seems like he's not looki ii regionally. it seems like he's looking at somebody to wage this political national campaign. and to help him governing. he's admitted he wants somebody with legislative experience who can be a partner, get things done in washington. >> could lean to gingrich. thank you. let's go back to lara. >> george, thank you. now the big headline overseas. officials revealing new images of the suspects in the suicide bombing at the istanbul airport. and new information on who they were. abc's terry moran is on the scene with the latest. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, lara. this morning, the airport is bustling again. the turks working defiantly day and night to get it back to speed. and investigators are going all out. they're learning more about this terror plot and about the attackers. this morning, this chilling image haunting turkey. the three airport attackers just before they unleashed their
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rampage. and they're smiling. this security camera video from an airport kiosk. people scrambling for cover. seconds later, a gunman stalking the terminal looking for victims. turkish authorities say that two were from central asia and one from russia. all recruiting grounds for isis. they lived and plotted here. a working class neighborhood in istanbul. this is where the attackers lived behind this steel reinforced door. one of the neighbors said sunday night, two days before the attack, the chemical smell from there, like paint thinner she said, was so strong she and other neighbors called the landlord to complain. this man, a neighbor, tells us the men wore baseball caps whenever they went out. avoiding eye contact in this tight-knit neighborhood. i saw them looking out from behind the curtains, he says. but they never showed their faces. now turkish officials are cracking down.
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for the families of the 44 people killed here, there is only the loss and the grieving. turkey has become a terrorist battleground. it's spill-over from the syrian civil war right next door. it is also, many say, the price turkey is paying for looking the other way for years while so many jihadists used this airport to go and join isis. lara? >> thank you, terry. now to allegations of hazing in the marine corps. more than a dozen drill instructors under investigation after a 20-year-old recruit died at the parris island training camp three months ago. abc's steve osunsami has the latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, george. the muslim family of the 20-year-old at the center of this investigation was told he committed suicide. but the family believes there's much more to the story. that he was harassed. raheel siddiqui was a high school valedictorian with dreams of one day joining the fbi. but just 11 days in the marine
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boot camp at parris island, marines say the 20-year-old committed suicide. >> oh, my -- >> reporter: his mother and sister don't believe for a second that he killed himself. >> i don't believe this. i do not believe my son never, never do suicide. no. something happened over there. >> reporter: the marines say he jumped 40 feet to his death during training in march. this morning, his family believes he was hazed. they're asking the military to save all surveillance videos, reports and audio recordings involving their son. >> i think it was hazing that had gone too far. i don't think everything we know today is the truth. i think some of them are lies. >> reporter: because of this investigation, we're learning that the marine corps has been looking into allegations of hazing, physical abuse, assault, and failure of supervision against 15 drill instructors at parris island since november. in siddiqui's case, they say a drill instructor was improperly placed in charge of recruits while he was subject to an ongoing investigation.
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a battalion commander was relieved of his duties. >> the commanding officer has been relieved. his commanding officer has been relieved. the marine corps has found rot within a single unit. the real question is, did it spread to other parts of this recruit training depot? >> reporter: a commanding general says we take every allegation of misconduct seriously. we'll review each investigation carefully. the marine corps says the safety of their recruits and the integrity of their recruit training program are some of the top priorities. those 15 drill sergeants are being kept away from recruits during the investigation. george? >> a lot of questions. okay, steve, thanks very much. you have this huge problem with tesla. >> yeah, there are some real concerns about the safety of this so-called self-driving technology. a navy s.e.a.l. was killed when his new self-driving tesla crashed into a truck at a florida intersection. police say the car was in autopilot mode, which failed to pick up the truck's white siding and apparently did not signal the brakes.
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the government looking into the system to design and performance. could be so scary. and we're going to get back to ginger right now with another somewhat dismal look of the weekend weather. >> as if i could have more bad news. oh, i do, don't worry. >> terrific. >> if you're camping in the mountain west, flash flooding can happen in an instant. you've got all that monsoon moisture. it falls on a burn scar and then it rushes down the mountainside. that could be an issue. if you're near kansas city, you could see up to six inches of rain fall quickly. keep that in mind. and then tomorrow, the severe weather threat heads to north carolina. i think i'm done with the bad news now.
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>> hello --. >> good morning, from the broadcast center, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the weather highlights. strong season, seasonal to warm from the coast. mostly clear and cool and cooler highs. 50s at at the coast, and 70s for the rest of bay, and 80s to 90s inland. we will be cool again tonight with most of us in the 50s. my seven-day outlook shows by the time we get to touchdown day the temperatures are back to average. >> how about a little good news, bad news, huh? the west looks good on monday itself. then the showers start pouring. west virginia, i'm actually concerned about on monday, too. the area is still very saturated. going to have heavy rain monday. >> ginger, thanks very much. coming up on "gma," a stunning decision in that "serial" case. the podcast has raised big questions about a convicted killer. now he's getting a new trial. and his attorney joins us just
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. we are back on the roof where it is sunny. 53 here in san francisco. those areas will hit the 80s and 90s today. as you look at the day planner, some clouds hanging around. 50s at the coast, 50s in san francisco. accuweather seven-day forecast, morning clouds become more dominant as we head to sunday, monday, a little cooling trend. temperatures back to average by monday everywhere and cooler than average in the middle of next week. >> coming up, a convicted killer gained international fame is getting a new trial after spending 17 years in prison for a murder he said he didn't commit. his lawyer will speak live on "gma." another update in 30 minutes and
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♪ life is too short to last long ♪ welcome back to "gma." you're looking live at central park. a huge crowd. so excited for blink-182. they're performing live for us this morning. getting ready to kick off the holiday weekend. >> huge crowd out there. also right now, millions on alert for severe weather this fourth of july. more than a dozen water rescues in las vegas overnight. water reaching 30 miles an hour in las vegas. now the northeast is facing severe storms, as well. and attorney general loretta lynch under fire for a meeting with bill clinton is now saying she'll follow the fbi's recommendation in hillary clinton's e-mail investigation. >> and so great to have this one here. sara haines doing a little "pop" for us. want to go back to central park. remember the woman who sang "the national anthem." just absolutely stunned the nation. there she is. star swain performing live for
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us again. another way to kick off the fourth of july. >> perfect way to kick off the fourth of july. that is coming up. first, the "serial" shocker. after spending 17 years in prison, adnan syed, is getting a new trial. abc's linsey davis here with the latest. good morning, lindsey. >> reporter: good morning, george. social media is abuzz with "serial" fans sounding off about the subject of the first season of the "serial" podcast getting a new trial. some are celebrating. some say he's still guilty. but just about everyone seems to agree that the podcast deserves a lot of the credit for the retrial. this morning, convicted murderer adnan syed is getting a second chance to prove his innocence, now that a judge in baltimore has ordered a new trial. for the subject of the 2014 "serial" podcast. >> this is a prepaid call from -- >> adnan syed. >> reporter: his story captivated millions of listeners. in 1999, at 17 years old, he was convicted and sentenced to life
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in prison for murdering his high school ex-girlfriend, hae min lee. >> it is what it is. if someone believes me or not, i have no control over it. >> reporter: all along, he's maintained his innocence. while his initial attempts to appeal were unsuccessful, now at 36 years old, after spending more than half his life in jail, a judge signed an order for a new trial. >> the conviction is erased. it's gone. he's not -- as of this date, he's not convicted anymore. >> reporter: in the order, the judge cites the defense's decision to not cross-examine a state witness about the reliability of cell tower evidence. the judge also questions why the defense had not spoken to a possible al by witness. >> if there was some technicality that would then prove his innocence, great, you know? >> but i think asia, like, you might be that technicality. >> reporter: asia mcclain, a classmate of syed's says she was with him in the school library at the time prosecutors allege
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lee was killed. >> do i think adnan killed hae? honestly, i wouldn't tell you. by coming forward, i hope i was able to provide enough information for the judge, for him to be able to make a rational decision. >> reporter: on thursday, mcclain, who just gave birth, tweeted, wow, i'm speechless. new baby, new trial. >> statistically, it was over. so, um, we have come back from that. i can't emphasize enough that there's a lot more work to be done. but, we're feeling pretty confident. >> reporter: the maryland attorney general's office released a statement to abc news saying the state's responsibility remains to pursue justice and to defend what it believes is a valid conviction. lee's family has long said they believe syed was the killer. george? >> thanks. joining us is adnan's syed attorney, c. justin brown. mr. brown, thank you for joining us this morning. have you had a chance to speak to your client? >> actually, i have not. my office has been -- we've been
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trying to reach him in the prison. but so tar we haven't had any luck. if i had to guess, i would imagine word has made its way to him. and he knows about the decision. >> you're going to have a new trial. first challenge, getting your client out on bail. how likely is that? >> we're just starting to look into that. i think we have a very compelling case that if that's what we try to do, that he's not a flight risk, and he is not a danger to the community. and therefore, he should be allowed out on bail. >> would you be getting this retrial right now if it weren't for the podcast, "serial "? >> it's undeniable that it's helped us and it's generated so much interest in the case and it's generated so much new investigation. that i would say, but for the podcast "serial," we would not be sitting where we are today. >> and what's your biggest
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challenge going forward in the retrial? no guarantees. >> no, i mean, it's a -- it's a new trial. i think even before we get to that stage, though, it's possible if not likely that the state would want to appeal the judge's decisions. but we're pretty confident that the opinion is very solid and it's based on the facts. it's based on the law. and, um -- you know, we feel pretty good about the fact that it will hold up in the appellate court. >> what is the number one move you're going to make that wasn't made in the original trial? >> as the judge pointed out in his opinion, there are very substantial questions about the reliability of the cell tower evidence that the state introduced at trial. and, it would be a no-brainer for us to try to initially get that thrown out. >> are you confident your client didn't commit this murder? >> i am. i've been representing adnan for
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almost eight years now. he has always maintained his innocence. and, um -- you know, you get to know someone over that amount of time. i have full confidence in his innocence. >> mr. brown, thank you for joining us this morning. >> my pleasure. thank you. >> and lara, "the big board" coming up? yes, we do. coming up on "the big board." quarterback johnny manziel is in more hot water with the nfl. dr. drew is standing by live with the latest. and that incredible "star spangled banner" singer is about to make her national debut live for us, kicking off our party in the park. we'll be back in two minutes here on "gma." ♪ and the home of the brave of course you go all out for date night... even if you're just staying in.
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time now for "the big board." and our team of insiders here life live to take on the hottest
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stories. let's begin with the guy always in the headlines. former cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel. the nfl just suspended him for four games for violating the league's substance abuse policy. we want to talk to dr. drew pinsky right now. dr. drew, you think this four-game suspension will send the message johnny manziel needs? >> unfortunately, i'm afraid it's going to do absolutely nothing. if they had told him to sit out an entire season, perhaps that would have been the time necessary for him to get it. but four games, i'm afraid that is not going to do very much. he's a very sick man. he has life-threatening addiction. if he doesn't get this together soon, it could end up very bad. >> i'm so sorry to hear that, really is. hey, dr. drew, this is lara. manziel just posted a picture from cabo, which is, sort of a fun-loving party place. on tuesday, it was a shoutout to his dad. his dad has been very concerned. his dad called him a druggie. there are reports that johnny is going to get sober as of today. july 1st. this is the day he says he's going to turn it all around. you don't seem optimistic.
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>> you know, look, lara. good times going the cabo. but not for somebody with this kind of disease. it's very common for people to set a date. i'll be surprised if -- even though he intends to be in today, i'll be surprised if we don't see something like midnight on the fourth of july. and if he survives this -- people, very commonly when they decide to go in for addiction, they decide to go out on one last binge. and it can be dangerous. >> he still hasn't been picked up by a team. let's say a team wanted to take the risk and gamble on him. what kind of conditions would they have to put on him? if you were advising that team, what would you say to them to say to him? >> unfortunately, i almost have never seen an employer do the kind of aggressive measures necessary to keep somebody like this sober. unfortunately, he needs 6 to 12 months of sustained treatment. he has a serious illness here. if he doesn't take that time and not even think about football. i talked to todd marinovich, a guy with a similar story. if you remember him. he said, look, surrender is what's necessary to get well in
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addiction. you're a professional athlete, surrender means losing. just being a professional athlete works against the process of getting somebody sober. >> if johnny manziel were serious, what we would see is forget about the four-game suspension, i'm sitting out next season. i'm going to rehab? >> absolutely. probably what you would see is actually nothing. he would sort of drop out and reemerge a healthy man and pursue an active career. in the meantime, his life is in jeopardy. >> that is so concerning. i'm wondering, should his team do that for him and just say, you know, let's do it right. don't do it halfway. do it right. >> i don't expect an employer to do that. it's not their responsibility. you see the family trying to do it. as my recovering friends remind me, the family is the one that suffers. when somebody is in their disease, they're high. they're doing their thing. the family is watching somebody die. for them, it's very painful. they're fairly helpless. >> all right, dr. drew. very upsetting. thank you so much for your take on johnny manziel. i do want to move on now.
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this is a story, walmart versus amazon. the retail giants are facing off in an online shopping showdown, if you will. walmart offering free unlimited two-day shipping service for 30 days. a direct shot at amazon prime which also offers two-day shipping. joining us now is becky worley. becky, will this make a difference? can they compete with amazon? >> oh, amazon versus walmart. battle of the titans online. bring it. prime is huge for online shopping. that's because people who are members, they convert more. meaning they buy more and they buy more frequently. you know, when you look at amazon's business model, jeff bezos, way back, he talked to jim sinegal who's the founder of costco, the ultimate original membership -type of business model for us consumers. that's what amazon has built their business on. walmart wants in. they're going for the jugular.
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$49 for a year's subscription compared to $99 at amazon. this is all about fighting for the consumer membership. >> do you see amazon saying okay you're going to do $49. we're going to respond with some kind of discount? do you see them responding in any way? >> jeff bezos is incredibly competitive. he knows it's all about price for the consumer. will that play out in the future? i think it's going to put pressure on amazon. they've inched up from $79 and inched it up over time. what amazon will do is offer a lot of really smart entry level memberships like for students, amazon mom. they may do more of that marketing to try to get more people in the tank. >> walmart has to try something. they've been having trouble. had to close 300 stores. last year. they have to go into a new direction. >> yeah, i mean, stores close all the time. it's sort of immaterial. that's just a business decision. when you're this big, you're going to maximize areas that are growing. you're going to sort of shutter the places where you're not seeing growth.
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but walmart is very competitive. remember, they've started up here in silicon valley a digital hub. where they're monitoring all their digital traffic. they're very serious about their online business, george. >> okay, becky. thank you. you'll be back in the next hour with deals for the holiday weekend. right now, let us move on to the inspiring performance at the lincoln memorial that had all of us just shaking. it was so incredible. ♪ and the land of the free and that woman, star swain, joins us now. she's live in central park. about to make a live national television debut. how are you feeling, star? >> i'm feeling absolutely wonderful. i'm superexcited. >> great, we can't wait for it. tell us a little bit about what's been going on since this -- that performance just took off. >> there have been so many wonderful comments, so many expressions of love and support. that have been coming.
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also, opportunities for different interviews with national broadcasting networks. so there have been a lot of amazing things happening. >> we're glad that you're with us. and how about amazing opportunities? has anybody talked to you about pursuing a career in singing now? >> um, yes, of course. there are plenty of people asking about what are my plans, you know from this moment forward? i have always dreamed of singing professionally. this is not my first time -- i don't just do it for fun. although it is fun, but -- i'm hoping that, you know, this will allow me the opportunity to continue to share my voice with the world. >> you're doing that. we can't wait to hear you in our next hour. star, thanks very much. thanks to becky and dr. drew as well. we'll be back with star in a minute. she'll be our hot shot of the day kicking off our party in the park for fourth of july weekend. rth of july weekend.
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♪ and the rockets' red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ there she is, star swain in our "hot shot" this morning. she's become a real-life star. racking up more than 15 million views with that incredible impromptu performance of "the national anthem" at the lincoln memorial. right now, as you just saw, she's with us live in central park. that is where jesse is. good morning, jess. >> good morning, lara. that's right, i cannot wait for this. and in honor of the fourth of july holiday, star swain is here making her national television debut right here on "gma." here she is about to perform "the star spangled banner." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ o say, can you see by the dawn's early light ♪
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♪ oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ and the home of the brave brave ♪ whoo! [ audience chanting ] >> all: usa, usa. ♪ i'm like a sponge for this stuff. i can learn it. get it. sell it. i can do this job in my sleep better than some people can do awake. i just want to make sure this brain stays in hyperdrive.
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♪ all the small things i think we've done it. the biggest crowd we have had all summer. it really feels it. we're here all celebrating blink 182. and celebrating maddie's birthday. i got you this. king's hawaiian breakfast sandwich. a quick look at the water spout in tampa. you'll see unsettled weather through the weekend. much more coming up. st
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now from abc 7 news. good morning. 7:56. i'm reggie aqui. mike nicco is outside with a look at the forecast. let's look at the high temperatures for today. more of what you should expect away from the coast today. the coast will be cloudier and 58. 60s and 70s in the bay. 80s and 90s inland. each day will be cooler, especially inland. monday will be average. sue? light commute underway this morning, if you can even call it that. light traffic all the way around. an earlier accident 80 at powell street that is out of lanes now. westbound looking good in to san francisco. one accident on the peninsula. it is partially blocking here. it is 101 near university. slow traffic backing down toward mountain view. if you are shopping the
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. holiday high alert. a record 43 million expected to travel this fourth of july weekend. security beefed up everywhere coast to coast. as flash floods and thunderstorms threaten to dampen the holiday. and huge deals this holiday weekend. we're breaking down how to score big. what is really a deal when it comes to grills, furniture, and clothing? what to buy this weekend. and the one thing you should absolutely not purchase. and back together? could ben and jen be reconciling? a year after calling it quits. the new report claiming they're making it work. ♪ out on the verge and we're behind the scenes with robin and michael. as they take on "pyramid." >> forgive me when you see a brain freeze. because it's going to happen. they're going to say -- what's the opposite of north?
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>> watch what happens when robin is in the hot seat. ♪ say it ain't so and we're rocking you into the fourth of july. blink-182 is with us for our giant party in the park. >> we're blink-182 and we're bringing the rock show. >> as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. and blink-182 this morning in central park. look at that crowd out there ready to meet them this morning. we got a big concert. and there they are. setting off our july 4th holiday weekend. >> wow, we're really cool, aren't we? also celebrating shark week. you may have noticed some sharks there in the audience. we have sharks in the park. we'll show you excellent para-fin-alia. >> oh. >> thank you. i saw what you did there, lara. >> emphasis on "fin." all to help you celebrate in style.
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and we have a really great interview are margot robbie. love this girl. she's revealing the secret item that she brings with her everywhere. and what leo dicaprio has said about that. she's in the new "tarzan" movie that she says is not your average "tarzan" movie. >> is there an average? >> not your run-of-the-mill "tarzan" movie. i just want to pound my chest. >> okay, take some more time. >> help me. how about cecilia? >> i feel like i'm supposed to pound my chest now. good morning, guys. i'll refrain. we begin with a holiday getaway. a record number of americans are traveling this fourth of july weekend. expect to see tighter security than ever in many public places. especially at airports. david kerley is at reagan national airport to show us what we can expect this weekend. david, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, cecilia. this is what fourth of july travel looks like. the lines have been long this morning. but the good news is they've been moving. and that's good news because more than 3 million expected to
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travel over the holiday season. that's a half million more than a day during the summer where we expect records. and there are two factors colliding this holiday season. we have the long lines and more security. since the terrorist attack in istanbul. you'll see more police officers in tactical gear and with assault rifles. in fact, the secretary of homeland security says to expect to see a lot more of the police presence at any event you go to over the holiday season. cecilia? >> those lines already long. david, thank you. if you're hitting the road this weekend, there's an urgent warning for some honda and acura owners. do not drive your cars until the air bags are replaced. safety regulators have determined there could be a 50% chance that takata air bags could explode in older model cars, sending pieces of metal flying into the cabin. here are the cars affected. they include the 2001 and 2002 civic and accord models. the 2002 odyssey and crv. the full list is on our website. new fallout from the controversial meeting between attorney general loretta lynch
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and former president bill clinton. abc news has learned that she'll announce today she'll accept whatever recommendation that the fbi makes in the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. lynch is essentially taking herself off the case. she and president clinton met this week when they crossed paths at the airport in phoenix. lynch insists they didn't discuss the e-mail investigation. but republicans say that meeting compromised the case. and donald trump could be closer to choosing a running mate this morning. former house speaker newt gingrich and new jersey governor chris christie are reportedly the leading contenders. both men have the political experience trump says he's looking for in a vice president. and on this big beach weekend, a spread of toxic algae has triggered a state of emergency in florida. the green lime slime is so noxious, many beaches in south florida are now closing. local hotels and restaurants are being inundated with cancellations. that contamination is blamed on the release of fresh water from a nearby lake.
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and new video shows a fast-moving wildfire that is forcing more evacuations along the columbia river in oregon. the fire exploding to 2800 acres overnight. shutting down roads in the area. and we have a story of survival from colorado. take a look at this suv that rolled off a mountain road near aspen falling 250 feet. somehow, the driver managed to hold on and suffered only some cuts on his head and some bruises. james scully later gave a thumb's up saying he rolled over at least seven times. very lucky. and finally, we have breaking sports news to report this morning here on "gma." a new name added to the all-star baseball lineup. check her out. yes, that is ginger on the mound. throwing out the first pitch at the mets game. she looks like a total pro there, guys, doesn't she? that pitch, way better than i could have ever done. plenty of height. just enough distance. she's a dancer. she's a pitcher. that ginger, right there a woman
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of many talents. >> she can do anything. >> did that drop into the strike zone? >> yeah. >> it kind of did. yeah. >> i would say yes. >> ginger, come on, is there anything you can't do? >> oh, thank you, guys. i just wanted to make it to the plate and do better than 50-cent. i think i did. >> you totally did. awesome form. you're a woman of many talents. >> now when i toss it back to you -- >> oh, sweet. catching that. >> oh, nice. >> over to sara haines. >> i can't promise the same execution. sorry. but, we're going to start here with some good news. we begin with ben affleck and jennifer garner and new reports this morning that separated celebs could be reconciling. one year after their separation, the hollywood power couple still hasn't filed for divorce. sources revealing to "e.t." that they're doing what they can to make it work. "e.t." reporting that ben and jen still live on the same
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property in l.a. they're seen out with their kids regularly. garner says given the choice she would go back and remarry ben because he's the love of her life. the couple has yet to confirm either way. i'm really hoping that one's true. >> yes, fingers crossed. >> i want them to be happy. most important, the kids to be okay. >> yeah. >> that would be great. >> so if it's right for them, i want them to get back together. for me. >> very well said. and next, a celebrity ring tone revelation. in an interview on british network itv, emma watson was chatting about her upcoming film when this happened. >> um, so -- it's sort of a weird contrast. [ music playing ] that's so embarrassing. that is my phone. that is tina turner. >> the ultimate respect. i think that is probably the best ring tone i have ever heard. "steamy windows." >> i'm glad i'm forgiven because it's tina turner. i'm so sorry. >> that was tina turner's 1989 hit "steamy windows." who was trying to call her? our money is on the academy. watson was just invited to join
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as a member of their class of 2016. have you had that happen? >> on the air. with diane sawyer. yeah. many times. >> do you have a fun ringer though? >> no. >> maybe like celine dion? >> does that surprise you, sara? >> no, it doesn't surprise me. like maybe your heart will go on, maybe when ali calls. >> george is more like snoop dogg. >> something you don't expect coming. >> steal his phone. >> can we change your ringer for fun today? >> steal his phone. steal his phone. >> he's hiding it. >> we'll do it after this. rihanna just released her ground-breaking video "sledge hammer." off the sound track for "star trek beyond." it's the first music video ever shot entirely for imax. ♪ i'm bracing for the pain and i am letting go ♪ >> the song was written by fellow superstar sia. the video shot in the desert four hours outside los angeles. the director said she wanted rihanna to embody an ancient and other-worldly energy. >> she does that.
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>> she does that. she nailed that. and she boldly went where no man or wo-man has gone before. "star trek" the movie opened on july 22nd. we'll have the cast of the new "star trek" movie this month. >> that sounds like sia. it doesn't surprise me. doesn't it have that vibe? >> kind of eclectic. if she just wore her wig down here? >> i guess i should do "morning menu "? >> yes. here's what's coming up. how to score the best fourth of july deals. the items to buy right now and the ones to not buy right now. and then going behind the scenes with robin and michael strahan as she steps into "the $100,000 pyramid" hot seat. and then, we're kicking off the holiday weekend with blink-182. an amazing crowd showing up for music. for shark week. we got sharks in the park. so much. coming up live on "good morning america" in central park. nexium 24 hour
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look at that crowd. welcome back to "gma." great group gathering for blink-182. in central park kicking off our holiday weekend. we also have huge fourth of july savings for you from summer staples to big surprises. "gma's" becky worley is in san francisco with an insider look at the best bargains this holiday weekend. good morning, beck. >> good morning, lara. yeah, it is a sale weekend. we're noticing, as summer progresses, you start to see incrementally better deals, especially on summer-themed
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items. i'll start you off with patio furniture. i've decided you need this hammock. maybe you don't need it. i need it. $235 on overstock with free shipping. that's the best deal i could find online by 50 bucks. overstock has 35% off pretty much all their patio furniture, including a lower-priced hammock if you don't need the stand. $54. that was the best price i could find by $25. after you nap, i'm imagining you asleep this that hammock. after that, you need to make dinner. barbecues also marching toward lower prices as summer goes on. i like the price point on this gas grill. from the home depot. 149 bucks. the best price on this model i could find online by $50. >> that's cheap. that's great. what about other summer items? specific to summer that you have some deals on. share with us. >> summer hot. so you thought maybe you could make it all summer without an air conditioner. you have changed your mind realizing you're melting into a puddle. i know this is happening for many of you. completely understand. this haier model from walmart. $112.
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best price i could find by $25. online. i know it's time to kind of, just, pull the band-aid off. you're hot. you need to cool down. >> and becky, this is also a really good time to buy clothing. shoes. we see those sales signs up everywhere we go. how do we take the best advantage? >> yeah, i mean, every major holiday weekend has become a clothing sales event. best advice, check your favorite brands. maybe you want the daisy dukes with the pockets hanging out. possibly a modest bathing suit for the beach. here's a pro tip. don't think summer clothes right now. it is the best time of the year to buy -- drum roll please. winter coats. j.c. penney has up to 50% off winter coats. we found a pea coat $200. down to $39. rip another ten bucks off with the code. $29. same price. $29 on this three-in-one technical jacket. those are really good prices. >> that is a great deal. hard to wrap your head around a winter coat.
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but if you're a forward thinker, then, you know, christmas is coming. there are things you should not buy this weekend. we've been pitching this all morning. drum roll please, becky, share with us. [ drum roll ] >> i'm going to tell you. the good folks at my bible for savings like this. they crunched the numbers. they say do not buy laptops. they get 25% -- that was a long time for the drum roll. thank you, guys, in audio. they get 25% cheaper in august with back to school ramping up. tvs, a don't buy right now. tech generally a dud this weekend. and remember, we talked about walmart and amazon going head to head earlier. amazon's prime day sale is coming up on july 15th. so, if you have one tech item in mind, watch that on amazon and their big competitors. they might price-match. don't buy tech this weekend. >> great advice. thank you so much. thank you for getting up early today. and all of these deals are on our website, on yahoo!. coming up on "gma," t.j. is
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and back now with "the $100,000 pyramid." it's abc's reboot of the classic game show pairing celebrities with competitors all to win big bucks. we have michael hosting. robin in the hot seat. t.j. holmes takes us behind the scenes. hey, brother. >> the guy's a hall of famer. he hasn't had pressure like this. to do a game show. and then, of course, robin's interviewed presidents. she's on tv every day. what can throw her off? put her on a game show, you put her on the clock, and some money on the line. >> this is "the $100,000 pyramid." >> reporter: the game show classic is back and bigger than ever. thanks in part to our very own big guy, host, michael strahan. >> welcome to "the $100,000 pyramid." >> reporter: you've been a football player. a hall of famer. a television host. all these things. but this is now something different. this is a game show host. how do you train for that? >> you have to get here and feel it.
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come on over, man. this is the command center. this is the desk. you get behind a podium. you get the feel. what feels good for you. you have to learn these things. try it out. go ahead, try it out. >> i saw you do the lean. >> you saw the lean? >> this feels presidential to me. >> thank you. it's your show. you gotta command the show. >> is there a stance, a voice? anything game-show? >> you know, t.j., sometimes i use that voice. i cross my legs that way. all right, anthony, describe these male characters that are popular toys. it's always fun because there's nothing better than watching a celebrity and a contestant team up and become a team. watch the celebrity help someone win some money, which is a great feeling. >> have you had a bad celebrity yet? >> we have not. >> centipede. >> yes. >> ah! ah! ah! ah! >> we have had some better than others. some masterful players. >> reporter: and there's one of those masterful players now. a special celebrity that's near and dear to us. >> oh, teej!
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>> reporter: wow. >> hi, baby. >> reporter: did you really not know i was coming? >> no, no. i'm not that good of an actress. >> reporter: do you feel the pressure that somebody is there depending on you to dig -- needs the money? >> that's what i love. i love that you're playing for someone. and, it's all about that person. i'm going to do what i can. i'm so scared. >> reporter: oh, my god, robin. >> i am. i'm not kidding. forgive me when you see a brain freeze. cause it's gonna happen. >> reporter: it's not gonna happen. >> they're going to say, what's the opposite of north? >> reporter: all right, sister. good luck. hear that. they're giving the audience instructions. bringing the music up. that's my cue to get the heck off the set. and it's time for strahan. all right. do your thing, big man. >> you and i did that in times square. there's a lot of pressure. he did it way better. >> chicken. >> you two spawned one of the greatest lines in "good morning america" history with your clue. >> what comes out of a chicken? >> i was like, it comes out of a chicken?
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>> i can't wait to watch the pros do it. see michael and robin on "the $100,000 pyramid." this sunday night. it's all part of abc's sunday fun and games at 9:00, 8:00 central. now, let's go over to the best pitcher in the entire audience here today. ginger zee. >> wow. thank you. i would say the best pitcher of the right this minute. not at all. we have to talk about the forecast. we have quite a crowd here this morning. it is warm. it's humid. we have storms coming here. but storms that could become severe anywhere from washington, d.c., through philadelphia, look at burlington, vermont, even in the damaging wind threat. hail, isolated tornado in parts of eastern pennsylvania and new jersey. later this afternoon and evening. tomorrow, the threat sinks south. that is the big picture. >> hello --. >> good morning, from the broadcast center, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the weather highlights. strong season, seasonal to warm from the coast. mostly clear and cool and cooler
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highs. 50s at at the coast, and 70s for the rest of bay, and 80s to 90s inland. we will be cool again tonight with most of us in the 50s. my seven-day outlook shows by the time we get to touchdown day the temperatures are back to average. >> okay, who wore the mohawk better? obviously. we're kicking off the holiday weekend with blink-182. let's go. they're performing live, next. ey're performing live, next.
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now from abc 7 news. >> suez a look at the traffic conditions before you head out for the long weekend. >> now is the time to do it. very light traffic around the bay area. some exemptions. look at the drive times. from walnut creek to dublin 15 minutes. santa rosa to san francisco under an hour. that's quite a drive so not bad at all. highway 1 to los gatos, 25 minutes or so. we see slow traffic along the peninsula from mountain view northward. >> thank you.
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good morning from the roof of the abc 7 news broadcast center. we're awash in sunshine. 54 san francisco. 60s in the bay. 70s showing up in antioch. look at what will happen this afternoon. we will hang out in the 60s along the coast in to san francisco and then hit the mid to upper 70s around the bay and upper 80s to low 90s inland. slightly cooler through the holiday weekend. we will be back to average by monday. much cooler than average next week. have a great weekend. >> thank you, mike. another update in 30 minutes and always on our news app at
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abc 7 join us weekdays 4:30 to ♪ life is too short to last long ♪ ♪ there's a stranger staring at the ceiling ♪ check out this crowd in central park for blink-182. incredible crowd celebrating our july 4th weekend. they've got a brand-new album out called "california." brand-new band member, matt skiba. and here they are now with "bored to death." ♪ ♪ there's an echo pulling out the meaning ♪ ♪ rescuing a nightmare from a dream ♪ ♪ the voices in my head are
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always screaming ♪ ♪ that none of this means anything to me ♪ ♪ and it's a long way back from 17 the whispers turn into a scream and i -- i'm not coming home ♪ ♪ save your breath i'm nearly bored to death and fading fast ♪ ♪ life is too short to last long back on earth i'm broken ♪ ♪ lost and cold and fading fast life is too short to last long ♪ ♪ there's a stranger staring at the ceiling ♪ ♪ rescuing a tiger from a tree ♪ the pictures in her head are always dreaming ♪
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♪ each of them means everything to me ♪ ♪ and it's a long way back from 17 the whispers turn into a scream and i -- i'm not coming home ♪ ♪ save your breath i'm nearly bored to death and fading fast ♪ ♪ life is too short to last long back on earth i'm broken ♪ ♪ lost and cold and fading fast life is too short to last long ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ i think i met her at the minute that the rhythm was set down i said i'm sorry i'm a bit of a letdown ♪ ♪ but all my friends are daring
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me to come over so i come over and over and over ♪ ♪ let me buy you a drink we'll pretend that you think i'm the man of your dreams come to a dive bar and we'll go over and over and over ♪ ♪ and we'll go over and over and over and we'll go over and over and over ♪ ♪ we'll go over and over and over ♪ ♪ save your breath i'm nearly bored to death and fading fast ♪ ♪ life is too short to last long back on earth i'm broken ♪ ♪ lost and cold and fading fast life is too short to last long ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh,
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oh, oh, oh, oh, oh life is too short to last long ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> ow! matt, mark, and travis. blink-182. we are not bored to death. we're having way too much fun. >> yeah! >> are you bored to death? >> what's that? >> are you bored to death? >> so, no. not, during that song, i was so bored. >> not at all. >> yeah, blink-182. whoo! >> thousands deep as we start this holiday weekend. here in central park. let's get a check of what's going on around the nation. if you're headed to the beach, a lot of beaches today, not going
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to be the most ideal in the late afternoon and evening, thanks to the storms. but, as you go through the weekend. water temperatures in the 80s. south carolina, north carolina. the weather kind of clears out for some. who are we seeing? blink-182. they'll come >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with 9 july 1 forecast, seasonal temperatures around san francisco. we cool back to average bywi [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, my goodness. the crowd, lara. >> unbelievable. you guys having a good time? it is so great here. and, it is also a jungle at the box office this holiday weekend. "the legend of tarzan" is swinging into theaters today starring "the wolf of wall street's" very beautiful margot robbie. i mean, we love her. chris connelly sat down with the
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starlet who says this is not your typical tarzan tale. >> reporter: starring opposite a sleep alexander scars guard as the vine-swinging sensation who is duped into a return to africa with margot robbie as his spouse, jane porter. >> like a damsel. i didn't want her to be a damsel in distress. i didn't want her to the waiting for someone to come save her. >> do not interfere. >> reporter: we get to know alexander's every inch. but you know, you don't have to do anything that is gratuitous in any respect. >> it's a rarity to be wearing more clothes than your male co-star. i was grateful for that. >> reporter: does that mean you had to be slightly less rigorous, let's say, in terms of the training? >> i could eat whatever i wanted. the era it takes place in it wouldn't have been fashionable for jane to be stick thin any way. a bit of weight would probably have been more beautiful. >> reporter: it's a new win is on the edgar rice saga.
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keeping with contemporary sensibilities. >> that is nothing compared to what he will do to you. she's constantly fighting back. she holds her ground. she's got strong opinions. she voices them. >> reporter: that fierceness first surfacing during her breakout role in "the wolf of wall street." yet for this scene, in which a camera is inside a teddy bar, director martin scorsese says she almost gave up her real life doll. at leonardo dicaprio's urging. martin scorsese said you have a teddy bear. >> he said that? >> reporter: he did. >> that's mortifying. i do. her name is bunny. i had her since i was little. >> reporter: you take bunny everywhere? >> yeah, i do. this is so embarrassing. yeah, i do. i'm 25 years old, i still sleep with a stuffed toy. but hey, that's home for me. i can bring home with me anywhere. >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> "the legend of tarzan" is in
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theaters right now. as shark week comes to a close, jesse has shark swag. you can live every week like it's shark week. >> we've been celebrating big all week long. i got to go on my own jaw-esome shark experience, swimming with the sharks in the bahamas. you may ask yourself, what is better than swimming with the sharks? how about sleeping with the sharks. this bed sit brought to you by cafe express. we got this bed brought to you by pottery barn kids. if you're feeling like taking a shower with the sharks, you can do that. we have a shower curtain. a bath mat bought to you by target. sharp looking chair here. if you have a kid at home, you want to take them for a walk. why not stroll them along in the awesome shark stroller, brought to you by mclaren. if you're a human being, we have a hoodie. if you're a dog, we have a dog for your hoodie. finally, maybe the coolest bike
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i have ever seen in my life. this shark bike and helmet brought to you by electra. if you want to see any of these items, you can on our website. and check out discovery channel tonight. showing a documentary tonight called shark bait. great white sharks off the coast of cape cod. who knew? shark week all the way through sunday. coming up, we have more blink-182 live right here in central park.
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[ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness, this crowd. we know you are not bored to death. because blink-182 is here at the city parks foundation summerstage. their new album, "california," is out now. here they are with one of their classics, "what's my age again?" ♪
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♪ i took her out it was a friday night ♪ ♪ i wore cologne to get the feeling right ♪ ♪ we started making out and she took off ♪ ♪ but then i turned on the tv ♪ and that's about the time she walked away from me ♪ ♪ nobody likes you when you're 23 ♪ ♪ and are still more amused by tv shows ♪ ♪ what the hell is a.d.d. my friends say i should act my age ♪ ♪ what's my age again what's my age again ♪ ♪ later on on the drive home ♪ i called her mom from a pay phone ♪ ♪ i said i was the cops and your husband's in jail ♪ ♪ the state looks down on -- ♪ and that's about the time that -- hung up on me ♪ ♪ nobody likes you when you're 23 ♪ ♪ and are still more amused by prank phone calls ♪ ♪ what the hell is call id my friends say i should act my age ♪ ♪ what's my age again ♪ what's my age again
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♪ ♪ and that's about the time she walked away from me ♪ ♪ nobody likes you when you're 23 and you still act like you're in freshman year ♪ ♪ what the hell is wrong with me ♪ ♪ my friends say i should act my age ♪ ♪ what's my age again ♪ and that's about the time that she broke up with me ♪ ♪ no one should take themselves so seriously ♪ ♪ with many years ahead to fall in line ♪ ♪ why would you wish that on me ♪ ♪ i never wanna act my age what's my age again ♪ ♪ what's my age again
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♪ what's my age again ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] it's a gorgeous morning here in central park. it's time for another blink-182 classic and a personal fave. here they are with their megahit, "all the small things." ♪
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♪ all the small things ♪ true care truth brings ♪ i'll take one lift ♪ your ride best trip ♪ always i know ♪ you'll be at my show ♪ watching, waiting commiserating ♪ ♪ say it ain't so i will not go ♪ ♪ turn the lights off carry me home ♪ ♪ na-na, na-na na-na, na na ♪ na-na, na-na na-na, na-na, na na ♪ ♪ na-na, na-na na-na, na-na, na na ♪ ♪ na-na, na-na na-na, na-na, na na ♪ ♪
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♪ late night come home ♪ work sucks i know ♪ she left me roses by the stairs ♪ ♪ surprises let me know she cares ♪ ♪ say it ain't so i will not go ♪ ♪ turn the lights off carry me home ♪ ♪ na-na, na-na na-na, na na ♪ na-na, na-na na-na, na-na, na na ♪ ♪ na-na, na-na na-na, na-na, na na ♪ ♪ na-na, na-na na-na, na-na, na na ♪ ♪
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♪ say it ain't so i will not go ♪ ♪ turn the lights off carry me home ♪ ♪ keep your head still i'll be your thrill ♪ ♪ the night will go on my little windmill ♪ ♪ say it ain't so i will not go ♪ ♪ turn the lights off carry me home ♪ ♪ keep your head still i'll be your thrill ♪ ♪ the night will go on the night will go on my little windmill ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ they go ooh ooh. ♪ hey! ♪ they go oh-ooh-ooooh. ♪ sitting, watching, waiting, wishing. ♪ ♪ i tell you one thing, you never knew it. ♪ ♪ at the back of the bus ♪ there is so much to give, so dream big. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ yeah. ♪ and when they screaming get out, get out. ♪ ♪ all i wanna hear is get down, get down. ♪ ♪ get down, get down.
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[ cheers and applause ] big thanks to blink-182. big thanks to all of you as well. are you ready for one more song? [ cheers and applause ]
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let's hear it. "rock show." have a good weekend, everybody. >> have a good weekend. ♪ ♪ hanging out behind the club on the weekend ♪ ♪ acting stupid getting drunk with my best friends ♪ ♪ i couldn't wait for the summer and the warped tour ♪ ♪ i remember it's the first time that i saw her there ♪ ♪ she's getting kicked out of school cause she's failing ♪ ♪ i'm kinda nervous cause i know all her friends hate me ♪ ♪ she's the one she'll always be there she took my hand and i made it i swear ♪ ♪ because i fell in love with the girl at the rock show ♪ ♪ she said "what?" and i told her that i didn't know ♪ ♪ she's so cool gonna sneak in through her window ♪ ♪ everything's better when she's around ♪
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♪ i can't wait till her parents go out of town ♪ ♪ i fell in love with the girl at the rock show ♪ ♪ ♪ when we said we were gonna move to vegas ♪ ♪ i remember the look her mother gave us 17 without a purpose or direction ♪ ♪ we don't owe anyone a -- explanation ♪ ♪ i fell in love with the girl at the rock show ♪ ♪ she said "what?" and i told her that i didn't know ♪ ♪ she's so cool gonna sneak in through her window ♪ ♪ everything's better when she's around ♪ ♪ i can't wait till her parents go out of town ♪ ♪ i fell in love with the girl at the rock show ♪ ♪ black and white picture of her on my wall ♪ ♪ i waited for her call she always kept me waiting ♪
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now from abc 7 news. meteorologist mike nicco is outside with a look at the holiday weekend forecast. >> hi, everybody. it is bright one. so far. some coastal clouds more stubborns. 80s and 90s inland. a let up in the heat as we head through the holiday weekend. have a safe one. a couple of problems to be aware of. eastbound 80 the ramp to westbound 37 partially blocked with an accident. that is a get away route for the holiday weekend. the santa cruz mountains a stalled big rig blocking the right lane cleared. still slow traffic remains. right now it is time for
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"live with kelly." reporting continues now on our news app at abc 7 announcer: from the beach house, it's "live with kelly." today, film, television, and stage actress laura linney, and from "so you think you can dance," paula abdul. and one more fun way to get slimmer, as we wrap up "live's" summer shred workout week. and check out what's cooking on the beach house grill. plus, mark consuelos joins kelly at the co-host desk, all next on "live"! [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] demi lovato: ♪ take me down announcer: and now, here are kelly ripa and mark consuelos! demi: ♪ 'cause i'm your body type ♪ mark consuelos: whoa! where do i go? demi: ♪ ...we wanna try wanna try 'cause you and i you and i we're cool for the summer ♪ [cheering and applause] kelly ripa: ah!


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