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good morning, america. breaking overnight, a new deadly police shooting, shocking the country. the aftermath livestreamed on facebook by the victim's girlfriend in the car with a young child. >> i told him to get his hand off him. >> you told him to get his i.d., sir, his driver's license. >> hundreds protest outside the governor's mansion and outrage over that other deadly shooting in louisiana sparks rallies from coast to coast. hillary clinton slamming donald trump attacking him right outside his now-closed casino as the fbi director heads to capitol hill to testify about clinton's e-mails. trump calling clinton incompetent as he hits the trail with possible running mate newt gingrich. bombshell lawsuit. the popular tv host and former miss america now suing one of the most powerful men in media
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she accuses fox news ceo roger ailes of sexual harassment. both sides speaking out about the lawsuit this morning. ♪ we are family we certainly are. sister act. all eyes on serena and venus williams as they take centre court. the semifinals. the stars and duchess kate set to watch. are we heading for yet another sister showdown? and good morning, america. big day at wimbledon. a lot to get here. and it's hot. >> it's a hot day here. you're right about that, george. huge heat wave is hitting the east coast and millions of facing heat alerts right now and you're looking live at the thermometer it times square. it's already about 90 and ginger is tracking all of that just ahead. but we'll begin, of course, with that breaking news. a deadly shooting in minnesota overnight involving a police officer sparking outrage across the country. and rallies are growing over
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that deadly shooting in louisiana. those rallies spreading from los angeles to philadelphia. abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas has all the details for us in washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, robin. another fatal police shooting, a traffic stop turned deadly caught on tape. igniting anger and concern about police use of force. a new video emerging this morning of another police shooting last night in minnesota. >> we're waiting for -- >> keep your hands visible. >> i will, sir. no worries, i will. >> reporter: viewed more than 1 million times before being taken down on facebook. the video shows a traffic stop turned deadly. 32-year-old philando castile along with his girlfriend and her child pulled over last night the beginning of the incident not on tape but castile was shot, his arm bloodied. the woman in shock but continuing to livestream the situation on facebook. and in the video she says that castile had a license to carry a firearm. she says she warned the officer that he would be reaching to his pocket to get his i.d. the officer appears agitated. >> told him to get his hand up.
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>> you told him to get his i.d., sir, his driver's license. >> reporter: she says the officer fired reportedly four times. castile transported to the hospital later died from his injuries. outraged family members and residents heading to the local hospital to protest. as hundreds gather at the governor's mansion overnight demanding answers. this, as protests in baton rouge continue overnight as a second video is released showing another angle of the deadly shooting of 37-year-old alton sterling. >> get on the ground, get on the ground! >> reporter: this new video showing one officer pinning sterling to the ground while another officer kneels on his arm outside a baton rouge convenience store. >> you [ bleep ] move, i swear to god! >> reporter: you can see one officer drawing his gun and moments later shots fired. an officer then removes something from sterling's pocket. sterling dying at the scene. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: sterling's family wants answers.
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>> i want justice for alton. that's what i want. i want justice for him. >> reporter: the justice department and the fbi called in to investigate the baton rouge case. the same request likely coming for minnesota. so many not willing to take the word of police anymore. >> and speaking of the case in minnesota the woman remained very calm. she referred to the officer as sir, but is it dangerous for people to record these events even though it's very important information that we get, but is it dangerous for them to record it as the event is happening? >> reporter: every situation is different, people have to be careful not to do anything that would make police think that they're a threat but, robin, that cat is out of the bag. these days when people see anything their reflex action is to pull out the cell phone and start recording. >> all right, pierre. >> what they documented just shocking. we're going to move on now to that dangerous heat spreading across the country. 15 states from new mexico to new york under heat warnings right now as the northeast gets hits hard with the hardest hit wave of the summer. ginger outside with the details.
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good morning, ginger. >> good morning, george. yes, our thermometer reading 90. the official in central park, 81. it feels like the mid to upper 80s for sure. i have three gallons of water to showcase that a healthy person that is in the northeast that hasn't seen this type of heat can lose this much water on a hot day like this, so important that you drink to hydrate yourself throughout today. let me take you, because it's not just new york city but it's philadelphia in an excessive heat warning, parts of louisiana. back to new mexico and heat advisories, why are those warnings up? because it's just not the numbers, it's what this heat index shows you, it's what it feels like, philadelphia close to 100. washington, d.c. same thing. baltimore, the same deal and we stick with this tomorrow too. we have three days in a row, robin, of officially 90 degrees or more it's a heat wave and i believe we'll do it. robin. >> all right, ginger, as you said we want everybody to stay safe and hydrated. to the race for the white house now. hillary clinton going after donald trump in front of one of his closed atlantic city casinos as attorney general loretta lynch says there will be no criminal charges in the clinton
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e-mail investigation. abc's cecilia vega is here with more on all that. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. a year-long investigation into those e-mails that threatened her bid for the white house is finally over and now hillary clinton wants nothing more than to change the subject. this morning, the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails is officially closed. attorney general loretta lynch accepting the fbi's recommendation to not charge clinton and her aides over that private server. but the political fallout not ending any time soon. donald trump overnight still hitting hard. >> hillary clinton i said bad judgment, she's incompetent, okay. she's incompetent. the only good thing she's ever done is get out of trouble when anybody else would have been in jail by now. >> reporter: and that's not all. house speaker paul ryan says clinton should no longer have access to classified intelligence. >> there are a lot of questions that have to be answered. >> reporter: and today fbi director james comey heads to
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capitol hill to testify about that e-mail probe. clinton's campaign calling the grilling yet another taxpayer funded sham of an inquiry to try to hurt hillary clinton politically. clinton now trying to get back to business on the campaign trail taunting donald trump on his own turf. >> what he did for his businesses and his workers is nothing to brag about. in fact, it's shameful. >> reporter: showing up in atlantic city right outside his shuttered trump plaza casino. >> he got rich and got out and he thinks that's something to be proud of. >> reporter: trump firing right back. >> hillary with teleprompters every single time, donald trump is a bad person. he hurt the little people. i didn't. made a lot of money. >> reporter: and this morning, a big endorsement is in the works for hillary clinton. bernie sanders is now in talks with clinton's campaign about when and where, george, it could come as soon as next week. >> yep, she adopted his college tuition plan, okay.
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cecilia, thanks. now to donald trump in that fiery speech we saw him take on clinton as he also defended that tweet causing him trouble as he campaigned in the key state of ohio with vp short lister newt gingrich. abc's david wright is on the trail with trump in cincinnati, good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. they call this state the cradle of presidents, ohio, a critical battleground come november. that's one big reason why the republicans scheduled their national convention this summer for cleveland, but ohio is also one state donald trump did not win in the primaries. >> i love ohio. you know, i worked in ohio for a long time. >> reporter: trying to win over the buckeye state donald trump trotted out one possible running mate -- former house speaker newt gingrich who'd have no trouble being in an attack dog. >> is there a single person here who believes that if you had done what hillary clinton had done that you would not be prosecuted? >> all: no!
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>> reporter: trump says he has ten names on his short list. minus two, it would seem. senator bob corker now says the job is not for him and senator joni ernst who caused such a stir with this campaign ad -- >> i grew up castrating hogs on an iowa farm. >> reporter: she told politico she has more work to do in the senate saying it's unlikely she'll join the ticket. trump is defiant, defending that controversial tweet showing hillary clinton next to what many say was a star of david on top of a pile of campaign cash. trump says it was a mistake to delete the image. >> i would have rather defended it just leave it up and say, no, that's not a star of david. that's just a star. i have a son-in-law who is jewish, jared, who is a great guy. my daughter is jewish. i have grandchildren that are jewish, okay. and i love them. i love them. >> reporter: trump's son-in-law jared kushner, the grandson of holocaust survivors was put in the awkward position of defending the billionaire
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insisting my father-in-law is not an anti-semite. he says the donald trump he knows is instinctively pro-jewish and pro-israel, adding the worse thing his detractors can fairly say about him is that he has been careless in retweeting imagery that can be interpreted as offensive. today, trump heads to washington, d.c., where he'll be meeting with republican leaders. some of them critical of him for not taking full advantage of hillary clinton's e-mail troubles. instead he veered so far off message that at one point he ended up praising saddam hussein, george. >> david wright, thanks very much. let's talk about this now with matt dowd, our political analyst, and both trying to get beyond their troubles. hillary clinton trying to get beyond the e-mails but she has the republican party to face up to in congress today with that hearing for the fbi director and donald trump just can't let this tweet go. >> no, he absolutely can't let
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this go. i think that this is the dynamic of the campaign, george. it is donald trump, is he a successful businessman and does he retain that through the course of this campaign? his vulnerability and hillary clinton, can she be trusted in the course of this? and i think that is the battle that we're going to see over the next 130 days on both those realms or each of them. >> meantime, let's look at that vp hunt for donald trump right now. two names coming off the list, bob corker and joni ernst coming off the list. newt gingrich had his tryout last night. this is the next critical big move for trump and he needs to do it pretty soon. >> yeah, it's the biggest move he has left that he totally controls in the course of this and as you know it's one of the moves that can actually impact the race and change the poll numbers. i think he's going to be able to find somebody. if you think about this race, he's got a better chance than bob dole did in 1996 of winning the presidency and he's got a
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better chance than the walter mondale bid did in 1984 winning the presidency, both of them were able to find vp nominees in the course of this. he will settle on somebody but it is a case of musical chairs. >> okay, matt dowd, thanks very much. george, now to the tragic death of a young navy s.e.a.l. ruled a homicide. 21-year-old james lovelace died during a training exercise in a pool. the death now raising questions about whether some training is too extreme. abc's martha raddatz has more and joins us from washington. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the san diego medical examiner is now saying that the actions and inactions of the instructors and other individuals involved were excessive and directly contributed to the death of the young trainee. this morning, stunning new details in the drowning death of navy s.e.a.l. trainee james derek lovelace. the 21-year-old died in his first week of elite navy s.e.a.l. training. it is the most rigorous training in the u.s. military. but this time, according to the san diego medical examiner, the
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training went too far. it is now being labeled a homicide. according to the medical examiner report, surveillance video from the combat swimming exercise shows lovelace struggling in the water. witnesses say his face was purple, his lips blue. the report says an instructor in the water approaches him and against regulations dunks lovelace, not once but at least twice, at one point someone else in the water pulls lovelace up. away from the instructor who eventually pulls him out still breathing but moments later he's unresponsive. >> if you kill somebody in training, you're doing the enemy's job for them. >> reporter: according to the navy s.e.a.l. foundation, between 2013 and 2015, eight s.e.a.l.s lost their lives in training. that's more than the number of s.e.a.l.s who died from combat or service-related wounds during that same period. and despite labeling this a
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homicide which in this case means death at the hands of another, the navy says it is not inherently a crime but we are told charges are possible and that the instructor has been put on administrative duty during this active and open investigation, robin. >> investigation continues, martha. thank you. now to amy with today's other top stories starting with new concerns about the zika virus. >> that's right. authorities are now reporting a jump in the number of cases of zika virus, up to 50 pregnant women per day are becoming infected in puerto rico alone. the cdc is urging officials on the island to begin aerial spraying to kill mosquitoes. meanwhile, health officials in florida have confirmed 11 new travel-related zika infections in that state yesterday alone. well, an urgent manhunt is under way in san diego for the man responsible for a series of vicious attacks on homeless men in the street. two were killed. two others are in critical condition. police have released surveillance video of the suspect they say his motive is unclear.
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well, a former executive at a wall street investment bank admits he defrauded investors out of more than $38 million to fund his gambling addiction. prosecutors say andrew caspersen tried to raise nearly $150 million even cheating his own family and friends, he could face now more than a decade in prison. well, a major scare in the sky for an experienced hang-glider. a camera was rolling as his glider snaps in two. look at that over norway. the crowd below watched in horror as he plunged to the ground. despite this malfunction he managed to pull his emergency chute and eventually landed in a lake where he was rescued by boaters. remarkably he suffered just minor injuries. and finally, there's nothing like going home, even when you're a superstar athlete, especially when you're a superstar athlete. how about that. dwyane wade leaving the miami heat after 13 years to play for his hometown chicago bulls. in a letter to fans wade said when he was growing up near
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chicago he never dreamed one day he would wear a bulls jersey, well, now he will. no place like home. >> good for him. >> a lot of moving around. >> kind of following his old teammate lebron james who went back home to cleveland. it worked for him. and something that's working for all of us is that excitement at wimbledon, serena and venus williams playing today in the semifinals lara is on the scene in england covering every shot. good morning, lara. >> good morning to you, michael, from wimbledon. it is a beautiful day here at the all england lawn and tennis club. forgive me for whispering it's part of the etiquette at wimbledon. serena williams made quick work of her opponent. now it's up to venus. if she can beat kerber, it will be williaall williams.
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it's been seven years since the most successful sisters in american sports history have both made it this far at the all england club. but in this tournament the two have taken very different paths to get here. serena on a rougher, more slippery road. >> serena slips. >> reporter: in the first week of play, serena fined $10,000 for slamming her racket. >> right at the cameraman. >> reporter: but the six-time wimbledon winner has been all business ever since. >> she's in the zone. she's in the zone. >> reporter: now she's firmly on her way to a historymaking 22 grand slam win with this morning's victory, she's secured her place in the finals. will she meet big sis venus? the talk of the tournament. the oldest player in the women's draw at 36, she has beaten two players nearly half her age. it hasn't been easy though. in 2011 venus was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that causes fatigue. many wrote her off, but she has defied the doubters and now back on centre court for her ninth wimbledon semifinal. >> she is a real fighter.
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like i always says it's super inspiring for me. >> we try to i guess find that balance of supporting each other but not brainwashing each other. >> and in case you missed it on the men's side unfortunately american sam querrey's magic run is over. however, andy murray and roger federer both squeaked it out to make it into the semifinals. it wasn't easy for either of them. coming up, we'll talk to patrick mcenroe about that and, of course, the williams sisters, for now, though, back to you, michael, in the studio. >> she's happy. >> she's so happy there. she's at home right now. we're happy she's going to be there and she'll cover more from wimbledon in our next hour and we're going to get a chance to see that -- and if you're dwyane wade maybe you can escape the heat but none of us can escape the heat. >> correct >> nice. >> that was really good. that was so good. >> i'm learning. >> the heat here and the severe storms, we got to get straight to it. i want to take you to the radar. this is what's happening at this hour.
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severe thunderstorm watch now includes st. louis this morning so damaging wind will plow through. flash flooding just north of nashville. here's what you have to look forward to today. good morning. i'm meteorologist mike nicco. check out your highlights for this forecast cycle. clouds will vary today. still no summer heat. damp mornings through saturday and then cooling will ease next week. as far as today, check out these temperatures. upper 50s to low 60s coast and san francisco. mid-60s to low 70s around the bay and a few 80s in the north
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bay and inland east bay. we'll drop into the 50s again tonight with drizzle. thickest will be saturday morning followed by our coolest afternoon. coming up, bombshell lawsuit, the former fox anchor taking on one of the most powerful men in america. gretchen carlson going up against roger ailes accusing him of sexual harassment. of sexual harassment. gretchen carlson going up against roger ailes accusing him of sexual harassment. and so many businesses rely on the united states postal service to get it there. because when you ship with us, your business becomes our business. that's why we make more ecommerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. the united states postal service. priority: you
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another misty morning on the roof of abe news broadcast center. good morning, less take a look at temperatures and cloud cover in the upper 50s. a little more sunshine 61. 12 hour day planner, effectively 10 hours. 50s at the coast, 70s around the bay. temperatures well below average. probably coolest morning saturday with best chance of drizzle that morning also. >> coming up former fox news anchor suing for sexual harassment. could it bring down one of the most powerful men in the
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woman suit? yeah, that's coming up in our big board. we'll discuss that. >> that is coming up. but we begin with those sexual harassment allegations against one of the most powerful men in television news. fox news host gretchen carlson has filed a lawsuit against the network's ceo roger ailes claiming she was fired because she refused his advances. abc's ryan smith is at fox news headquarters with the latest, good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, george. for 11 years gretchen carlson was a stalwart at fox news known for speaking her mind, now she's speaking out against her former boss claiming he subjected her to severe and pervasive sexual harassment and sabotaged her career. >> i'm gretchen carlson. >> reporter: this morning, award-winning journalist gretchen carlson taking on fox news chairman and ceo roger ailes, filing a sexual harassment lawsuit claiming her refusal of his unwanted sexual advances cost her her job. >> thanks so much for being part of "the real story." >> reporter: in the suit carlson claims the media mogul subjected her to severe and pervasive
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sexual harassment at fox news. alleging ailes injected sexual and/or sexist comments into their conversations. even asking her to turn around so he could view her posterior. carlson alleges when she met with ailes to discuss how she was being treated, ailes told her, you and i should have had a sexual relationship a long time ago. and then you'd be good and better and i'd be good and better. carlson only naming ailes as a defendant but in her complaint, the married mother of two also claiming her former "fox & friends" co-anchor steve doocy. >> got a fox news alert. >> reporter: treated her in a sexist and condescending manner and she alleges when ailes learned of her complaints about doocy's behavior ailes responded by calling carlson a man hater and carlson was taken off the popular morning show in 2013 and given her own afternoon show but on her final "fox & friends" appearance she only had positive
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things to say about ailes. >> thanks very much to roger ailes for believing in me and giving me this opportunity. >> reporter: carlson claims that move, along with a salary cut and ailes' refusal to renew her contract last month, were all in retaliation for her complaints of harassment and discrimination and because she rejected his sexual advances. the 76-year-old ailes, one of the most powerful men in cable news. >> we discovered a secret niche in broadcasting half the american people. >> reporter: tells abc news carlson's allegations are false. this is a retaliatory suit for the network's decision not to renew her contract, which was due to the fact that her disappointingly low ratings were dragging down the afternoon lineup. ailes has faced allegations of sexism in the past. this 2014 unauthorized biography claims the ceo wanted his female anchors to show off their legs. fox news fought back at the author saying he was never given direct access to ailes and the
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book was never fact-checked with them. on wednesday, the former miss america tweeting out this blog she wrote last year recounting her experience with sexual harassment as a young reporter. something she's addressed on air. >> i knew over time that the newsroom would start abuzz like oh, here comes a former miss america. she must be a bimbo. >> reporter: carlson telling abc news that the lawsuit was a difficult step to take but adding, i had to stand up for myself and speak out for all women. carlson is seeking unspecified damages. ailes and fox news claiming that the lawsuit is defamatory and offensive and promising to defend it vigorously and the network's parent company 21st century fox saying while they have full confidence in ailes and doocy they take the allegations seriously and are conducting an internal review of the matter. >> let's talk about this with our legal team, dan abrams and sunny hostin. dan, let me begin with you. she's claiming sexual harassment
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in the workplace but the lawsuit against ailes personally not against fox news. >> that's right, typically you would file a lawsuit against the entity the deep pockets it. it makes it feels like it's personal. against roger ailes. she's not suing fox in this context and so the question is going to become, what corroborating evidence does she have to avoid making this he said/she said, are there audiotapes? are there e-mails? are there other witnesses? are there contemporaneous notes that she took immediately after some of these comments were made? these are the sorts of questions you have to ask in any kind of lawsuit like this. >> can i add to that -- i think when you look at this you're right, dan, that people typically sue the parent company because they're going for the money. i think the fact that she made this personal and clear her grievance is only with roger ailes and not with fox news, not with its parent company, gives her more credibility because it's personal and sexual harassment generally is so the fact that she's done it this way, i think, shows she's very brave, and i think she gives fox news and its parent company a pass, so to speak. >> but she also seems to suggest
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that she's not alone here suggesting that others at fox news were promoted because they didn't rebuff. >> well, saying she is alone in the sense that she rebuffed it, right? i mean, she's making a very, very salacious allegation here which is that other women at fox news effectively got promoted because they did not rebuff roger ailes' sexual advances and so one of the big questions is going to be, what other people are going to come forward in the context of this case? they're going to try to drag in all the fox news people on both sides of this. >> well, i think what's also important in this sexual harassment case, testimony of other victims becomes relevant and is relevant and is admissible. and her lawyer has already indicated that ten other women since the filing of the lawsuit have come forward. so you're right in a he said -- >> who they haven't vetted. >> but the bottom line he said/she said case kind of difficult to prove. a he/she said/she said/they said
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is not difficult to prove -- >> but let me say on the other side of that, which is fox news has a reputation as being incredibly loyal and so you will likely see a lot of people within fox news coming to roger ailes' defense rightly or wrongly but the bottom line is that's the kind of case, an ugly case. >> yet, you got parallel investigations going on because you have the parent company investigating this while the lawsuit is proceeding and perhaps taking depositions. >> well, investigative internally. that's sort of a cya thing. you want to cover yourself if you're the parent company. because once you're put on notice that sexual harassment may have occurred at your place of business, well, you have to make sure that you have all the things in place to make sure that it didn't happen or it doesn't happen again. >> okay, sunny hostin and dan abrams, thanks very much. let's go to michael. >> thank you, george. coming up on our big board, those self-driving cars are under fire. a second crash now under investigation. plus, the battle over vaccines. parents now suing over new laws and marvel's surprising new superhero. you won't believe who is going to be wearing that iconic iron man suit. we'll talk about all that when
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nothing to see during the commercial break. nothing to see. welcome back. time now for our big board and team of insiders standing by for more on this morning's top stories and we're big when we have t.j. holmes joining us at the big board. but first, those self-driving cars under fire. the national highway traffic safety administration announcing its investigation, a second crash of tesla's car on the heels of that fatal accident in florida. joining us is lauren fix and she's an automotive expert so this is not good news at all for the company. people want to know how safe are these cars. >> well, anything when it comes to new technology, it's important for people to understand this is a beta test. so the people that bought the tesla model x with autopilot were supposed to be aware to read the directions that you're still keep your hands on the
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wheel and eyes on the road but unfortunately it seems to have become more of a toy where people like to put up youtube video to say, hey, look what my car can do and sometimes there are problems. >> and, lauren, a new bombshell article in "fortune" magazine which tesla's ceo elon musk has responded to and said there was a huge stock sell-off after the first accident. what do you know about this? >> right. well, you're right, michael. this is very interesting because when the accident happened on may 8th and there was a death no one said anything. so he did -- we don't know if he disclosed but it doesn't seem like he disclosed to the potential investors who raised $1.46 billion for tesla so i would guess that elon musk would obviously try to protect himself and put out a statement saying, oh, yeah, they already knew. we don't know that and i have a feeling the s.e.c. might want to get involved because there's already a probe with the nhtsa over that and other accidents
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that happened post that. >> people watching that. >> opened up a can of worms. >> even if it's autopilot, i'm going to keep my hands on the wheel. >> be a little weird to go without my hands on the wheel. all right, lauren, thank you. now to the battle over immunization. the new law in california requiring all public schoolkids to be vaccinated but now some parents are fighting back and filing a lawsuit and joining us now is dr. richard besser and, doc, what's going on in this case? >> yeah, so, we do have a battle brewing, all states require vaccinations for children entering kindergarten to protect them and other kids in the classroom but there are some outs. if a child has a medical condition that makes vaccination dangerous, they don't have to get vaccinated and then, in most states, if you have a religious reason, you can get out from a religious exemption and then there are almost 20 states that have a personal belief exemption. if you don't believe in vaccines you don't need to get your child vaccinated. well, california passed a new law that says only children who
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have a medical condition have an out from vaccination, everyone else has to get vaccinated, so there is a group of parents suing saying this interferes with their personal beliefs and it interferes with their legal right to get their children an education supported by the state. >> rich, you're a daddy sitting by two daddies right here and you know how passionate some parents are about this subject matter, and when they hear something like this, is this kind of paint them in a corner? >> well, it may. we'll have to see what the judge says on this, but in california things were getting bad and had outbreaks of measles. in some schools as many as one in four children were not getting vaccinated and that's an outbreak waiting to happen so we'll have to see what the judge comes down. i'll be surprised if they throw out the vaccine law. for those parents who have a strong belief, their only option may end up being homeschooling. >> this is a conversation that is far from over. >> or you have to move. >> one or the other like that. okay, rich, thanks so much. and a shake-up in the marvel universe. tony stark is stepping out of the iron man suit.
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in his place a new character, riri williams, she's a 15-year-old african-american girl, t.j., people are talking about this. >> say it with me now. iron man is now an iron black woman. and a young black woman here. let's show you the image we have here now. this is riri. now, riri will be stepping in -- the story line is that she's a 15-year-old genius at mit who designs an iron man suit herself. tony stark -- it got the attention of tony stark, he takes her under his wing and he hands her over the keys to the iron man suit so expect to see riri the new iron man this fall. >> iron woman. >> iron woman. has there been any blowback from this move? >> oh, no, people don't mind change, strahan. no, of course, you got some blowback from purists who say why do you keep messing with the characters and other people out there -- the creator said, racist, you had that diversity character. why would you need another
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diversity character. because they introduced a female thor and hispanic half-black spider-man and this is part of marvel's idea to diversify and to broaden its fan base and this is just another step in that and then, you know, the purists. you can't make everybody happy. some people upset. you know what, there's a new minority character but it was written by a white guy. even that criticism is out there. >> always something to find. >> times are changing but the writer also talked about when he was at a signing and how much it meant to him when a young woman said, hey, thank you. i'm now being represented. it means a lot. >> and that broadens the base. some people never into comic book characters a little black girl never was into comics now she has a character she can look up to and a lot of people it's not surprising. this is something that strahan and i have known since the moment we were born and that is black women are superheroes. >> absolutely. >> so this is not a big thing to us. >> why, thank you. >> yes, and, mama, i agree. that is the truth. >> are we going to see riri in any movies. >> the plans aren't in place yet but you can bet they are going to be thinking about it and somewhere down the line --
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>> and we haven't heard the last of tony stark. >> doesn't mean he's gone away. he'll have some ill fate, no. let's see what happens. >> no spoilers here. >> this halloween, robin, i see it. do the iron woman. >> i'll be riri. >> this year. let's do riri. >> i always bring him along for -- you were with your -- >> you had me as olaf and last me you had me looking like a pimp named slickback. i was just a mess. >> hey, t.j., thank you to you. lauren, thank you. rich, always, we appreciate your insight. our insiders here at the big board. coming up in just two minutes, nba superstar steph curry, that's your bud. >> oh, yeah. >> yeah, he's going one-on-one with a young camper taking him to school. that's the hot shot. come on back. taking him to school. that's the hot shot. come on back.
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we saw one kid get the shock of his young lifetime when steph curry came knocking, all well and good, but it's a much different story when the campers meet him on court. he fell down. take a look at this. >> oh! >> yeah, okay. so that took place while he was hosting an overnight basketball camp in hawaii. you know what, he is not the only basketball player flashing his skills to the kids. take a look at houston rockets' james harden at his camp in texas. >> i saw this. this is bad. >> oh, get out of here. >> boom. >> all right, so, throwing the ball from behind his back over the kid's head literally pretending to dribble without the ball and going in for a dunk. boom. what do you guys think, all in good fun? >> i think it's child cruelty. >> oh. >> what are you talking about? you did that to me the last time we played, george. made me look bad. that was awesome.
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>> that was really good. >> if you're one of these kids and you'll never forget that. >> got schooled by steph curry. that's a good day. >> that's a good day. coming up here, we have a sunscreen alert and a new study revealing many common brands fall short of protecting you in the water. what you need to know before hitting the beach. what you need to know before hitting the beach. hey, they'd be lucky to have you. don't be nervous mommy. you're so smart. good job. just like bunny ears. you got this. do i? really? come on! nature valley. with you every day. everywhere. with the energy you need. herhere's how it feels tove amerget fifty percent offwork. most national carrier rates too. so, imagine how it feels to switch to sprint and buy an iphone 6s and get another one free when you add a second line.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. bombshell lawsuit. the former miss america turned news anchor accusing fox news' ceo of sexual harassment. now, gretchen carlson asking her followers to stand with gretchen. the huge reaction this morning. summer parenting alert. a new sunscreen study reveals many brands fall short of protecting your skin and may not be as safe in the water as you think. reality check this morning. levitating kate. the duchess of cambridge walking on air. the royal optical illusion taking over the internet this morning. ♪ i got all my sisters with me sister showdown. serena and venus killing it on the court.
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lara on the scene for all the grand slam action at wimbledon. all that and two-time grammy award winner maxwell performing live as we say -- >> good morning, america! ♪ they're excited. not to mention maxwell. he's excited to be here this morning. we're excited to have him. good morning, america. let's say good morning to england, as well. lara is at the all england club, of course, the home of wimbledon and all eyes on venus and serena right now. >> a-listers are out there. everybody courtside. can't wait. >> oh, robin. it's unbelievable. following the tennis action you can get whiplash from following all the celebs in the stands here at wimbledon. everyone from david beckham to bradley cooper, anna wintour, pipal middleton and now i can confirm firsthand that duchess
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kate is here to see the sisters williams do their thing. we'll have so much more on that coming up. i know, very subtle, right? >> sneaky selfie. and back here in the u.s., we've got big and huge "deals & steals," tory johnson is here and she's got cooling towels to help keep you feeling good at the beach and that's just one of the great items that she has coming up for everybody on "deals & steals" this morning. >> yeah, that is something you'll need right now. that's okay. i thought we were going to watch amy going over there. >> oh, no, it's not glamorous at all. thank you, guys. and we have the big story this morning, another deadly shooting involving a police officer and a black man. this time an officer firing into a car near st. paul, minnesota, killing the man inside. the victim's girlfriend streamed the aftermath live online as the officer continued pointing his gun with her child sitting in the backseat. this shooting sparking a huge protest and abc's pierre thomas has the very latest on the investigation. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, amy.
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another fatal police shooting, a traffic stop turned deadly again caught on tape. igniting anger and concern about police use of force. this time it's in minnesota. a woman livestreaming on facebook the encounter involving her boyfriend philando castile. the woman recording the video warns police he has a gun. he would be reaching for his driver's license. he later died at the hospital. protests erupting. hundreds gathering at the governor's mansion demanding answers. the justice department will likely be called in to investigate. people unwilling to trust the police. amy. >> the justice department has already launched a civil rights investigation into the police shooting in baton rouge, louisiana, family and friends of alton sterling gathered outside the store where he was killed and called the shooting an execution. protests are breaking out across the country. in philadelphia demonstrators blocked a busy highway. about a dozen were arrested. fbi director james comey is testifying before congress today
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about the hillary clinton private e-mail serve. house republicans want to know why comey recommended no charges against clinton even though he rebuked her from mishandling classified information. >> i see evidence of great carelessness but i don't see evidence that's sufficient to establish that secretary clinton or those whom she was corresponding both talked about classified information on e-mail and knew when they did it they were doing something that was against the wall. given that assessment of the facts, my conclusion was and remains no reasonable prosecutor would bring this case. >> comey said clinton did not lie under oath. well, donald trump is in washington this morning to meet with house and senate republicans after showing off one of his potential running mates.
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trump praised newt gingrich as they appeared together in ohio last night saying gingrich will be involved in a trump administration one way or another. senators bob corker and joni ernst have bowed out of the running but say trump says he has ten names on his vp list. well, a major health care scare for sarah silverman and she's revealing her battle with a rare infection telling her fans on facebook, i am lucky to be alive. don't even know why i went to the doctor. it was just a sore throat but i had a freak case of epiglottitis the infection causes swelling which blocks air to the lungs and spent five days in intensive care. and finally, big news for "game of thrones" fans. the production of the next season is being delayed. the producers want to wait for more winter-like weather in the locations around europe where the show is filmed. right now no release date yet for the next season so apparently winter is not coming. you got that and jesse, i just wanted to check you didn't know that show named "chips"
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yesterday. have you heard of this little show called "game of thrones"? >> not two days in a row, robach. not two days in a row. this bullying has to stop. i'm a thronie. what are we supposed to do? >> go back and watch season six? >> way to ruin my thursday, amy. yeah. >> watch "chips." >> very nice. >> news that goes pop. we have and lara is in wimbledon so stuck with the "b" team. i'm bringing you some "pop news" today and gwen stefani is covering the august issue of "harper's bazaar" and opening up about her split with gavin rossdale and said it was dream shattering but that it inspired her to record her latest album "this is what the truth feels and stefani describes the moment blake shelton announced his own divorce on "the voice's" like being handed this gift of a friend going through the exact same thing at the exact same time. i've read that article and she's
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so open about her divorce, how devastating it was to her. of course, she has three children but amazing that she found this silver lining and has so many good things happening to her personally, of course, professionally, as well. >> yeah. good for her. ciara and russell wilson are officially husband and wife and exchanged vows across the pond at a 19th century castle in liverpool, england. he posted an adorable wedding photo announcing "we are the wilsons!" she said "i do" in a custom-made cavalli gown and the groom had a custom made giorgio armani tux. blessing, god is good. i broadcasted russell wilson's first college football game and this 18-year-old, nobody knew about him, n.c. state quarterback, short guy, off the radar. >> and you weren't invited to the wedding? >> no. >> that picture if you look in the background the guy to the left with the glasses on his head. that's a friend of mine. i didn't even know he was going to the wedding.
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i'm kind of upset he didn't tell me. one of my best friends. i didn't get invited. >> serena was there. >> serena was there via facetime apparently, she's kind of busy. busy at wimbledon? where's your friend. can we have the telestrator? put the picture back up of the wilsons. >> oh. >> we got to move on. >> there we go. salt and pepper guy over her bouquet on the left side. >> yes, peter hopfelder. >> russell wilson doing well since that 18-year-old boy i knew. super bowls, custom giorgio armani tuxes. well played, mr. wilson. great guy. deserves it. finally, a photo right now taking over the internet. levitating kate. kate middleton attended this with prince william and harry and it appears that her means of transportation might have been walking on air. the floating duchess has become a royal optical illusion. check this out.
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does she possess magical powers other than the whole world adoring her? what do you guys think? >> that's like blue dress, gold dress. >> right. she's got her foot -- >> so, she won't be in the next "x-men" movie. >> that's a good optical illusion. >> lara could ask her at wimbledon. >> selfie, well played. >> great job, jesse. >> that's your "b" team "pop news." >> you're an "a" team player, trust me, yes you are. here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." a big sunscreen alert. does yours really protect you in the water? we have a reality check just ahead and tory has red hot "deals & steals" and all under 20 bucks. plus, lara's live at wimbledon with your all-access pass to the hottest game and she has a racket and she's ready to go and maxwell, the one and only, he's here performing live. look at that suit. you know you're a suit when you can wear that one. all that is coming up right here on "gma." >> love that.
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we are back with that bombshell lawsuit raising big questions about sexual harassment in the workplace. former fox news host gretchen carlson getting a lot of reaction after those charges against her former boss roger ailes. abc's rebecca jarvis has more. >> reporter: she's a former miss america turned high-powered fox news anchor. >> welcome back. >> reporter: gretchen carlson who just weeks after her contract wasn't renewed now suing her former boss, roger ailes, for sexual harassment. >> and time now for my take. >> reporter: on her website carlson asking her fans to #standwithgretchen.
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a hashtag that took off on certainly media. thousands weighing in with words like inexcusable and women deserve to live without harassment. carlson's allegations not unfamiliar to women. studies showing that one in four women in the u.s. face workplace harassment. one poll showing that 70% of cases go unreported. ailes denies carlson's claims calling them wholly without merit. and, rebecca is here with us along with tory johnson, "gma's" workplace contributor and we have a lot to talk about. rebecca, there's obviously a difference between playful banter among co-workers and sexual harassment. what's the distinction? >> so, the law is specific about this, amy. it specifically defines sexual harassment in the workplace as unwelcome sexual advances or conduct that interferes with job performance and creates an intimidating hostile or offensive work environment. the difficulty here is proving those things when these cases actually go to court. >> all right.
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tory, if you recognize this behavior, here's the million-dollar question, what do you do about it? >> so every situation is different and you really have to analyze the environment you're in, the people that you're dealing with, but there are three specific things that you can do. first is call it out immediately. we live in a culture where people feel entitled to say and do almost anything. you just look at social media and see the way people talk without regard to whether it's appropriate or even legal. and so sometimes people cross that line. so, if it is inappropriate to you, you call somebody on it immediately. >> so you say that's offensive? that's offensive. >> this bothers me. i'm uncomfortable and you do it as clearly and confidently as possible. you also want to document the specifics. any time you're going to make some kind of claim that is as serious and as loaded as sexual harassment you better be prepared for your credibility to be questioned and for people to come after you so when you have a realtime record, you don't
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leave it up to memory to chance but rather you keep a journal in a safe place not on your work computer. not on your desk at work where you can document specific dates, times, comments, what somebody was wearing, what witnesses were around. any sort of specifics like that are going to become the evidence you'll need when somebody questions this seriousness of this, and then finally report it and this is different depending on where you work, who you work with and who you are alleging this -- >> when it's the boss it's more difficult. >> it's very, very difficult so maybe you go to a trusted colleague. rebecca and i were talking about that. sometimes it's a trusted colleague that you can go to for help and reassurance about how to nip this. sometimes it's a boss, it's hr, if you don't feel like you're getting any kind of satisfaction at work you can file a claim with the eeoc, the equal employment opportunity commission, and you have 180 days to do that. you don't need a lawyer to do it. you can do it yourself and also seeking legal advice is another option. >> rebecca, in your piece we heard just a fraction of what
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some women and men say they experience actually get reported. what are companies doing to combat that and give people a way to report. >> most of it goes unreported and by the way you bring up a good point. it happens to men and women in the workplace and a lot of companies now have their own code of conduct. their own code of ethics. for example, apple is now saying not only does this work inside of our workplace, not only do we have a no tolerance policy here, we won't work with companies that don't have those policies. >> so things are changing perhaps for the good. rebecca, tory, thanks so much. and coming up next on "gma," your sunscreen reality check, does yours really protect you in the water when we come back. water when we come back. the ford freedom sales event is on! with our best offers of the year! ♪ i'm free to do what i want... and 0% financing is back! on a huge selection of ford cars, trucks and suvs. plus get an extra $1000 smart bonus on specially tagged vehicles. that's freedom from interest... and freedom to choose with ford. america's best selling brand.
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♪ ♪ we're back now with the new sunscreen study out of northwestern university raising big questions. researchers say four out of ten sunscreens they looked at are not doing the job they're supposed to. >> and that's kind of dangerous. so joining us now to break it down to help us understand had did dr. whitney bowe, a certified dermatologist. >> so tell us the significance of these studies. >> robin, you got to take this study with a grain of salt. you know, these researchers only looked at 65 of the most popular
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sunscreens on so they included like a hodgepodge of different products and included sunscreens for the beach but they also included moisturizers, tinted lotions, you know, products that are marketed as beauty products so what you'd expect from a beauty product they are using as part of your makeup routine in the morning is completely different from what you'd expect from a sunscreen you're using on your family for a day at the beach. if you're walking from your car to your office, it's perfectly acceptable to use a moisturizer with sunscreen than may not be water resistant, but if you're sweating and swimming, then you want to make sure those sunscreens are meeting all of the criteria. >> makes sense. >> if you're sweating and swimming, i talked about my girls, you have to reapply. >> yes, you do. so really the take-home message from this study, michael, is just thinking about how water impacts sunscreen so the number one reason the products in this study failed they weren't water resistant so you got to look for water resistant but you also have to take necessary precautions so first, you want to apply the sunscreen, 15 minutes before the skin gets wet. so you don't know how many types
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i see people right by the swimming pool rubbing sunscreen and spraying down their kids and they jump right in the pool. it's like that is sliding off your skin and you have to wait 15 minutes. second, you are to reapply once an hour if your skin is wet. reapply every two hours, that's dry skin. if you're sweating, if you're getting wet you got to reapply every single hour and then last when you reapply you really want to reapply ideally to dry skin. get everybody out of the water, towel dry, then reapply, and then wait those 15 minutes again before you go back in. >> this is great information. i had not heard that what you were saying about waiting 15 minutes. there's more you can do. sunscreen is great. >> you can't rely just on sunscreen so sunglasses, broad him hats and sun protective clothing but be careful if you're near a body of water. if you're near water you're getting hit from the uv rays from above and they're also reflecting off of the water below so a double whammy. your sunscreen is doing double duty and be careful near water. >> i was at nevis this weekend
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in the west indies and there was a women empowerment conference and they talked about sunscreen protection and this wonderful guy harry from croates, this natural -- >> it's amazing and good even for skin of color. >> especially. >> all right. >> thank you. >> i'm glad we're inside having this conversation. thank you. let's go outside to ginger. >> robin, i found tara and daunte from wisconsin celebrating their ninth anniversary, so happy anniversary. it's a little sweaty out here, isn't it this morning. >> yes. >> the heat index 87 in new york city but look what's happening close to nashville, tennessee. water rescues going on. 6 to even 8 inches of rain falling quickly in the last couple of hours so this is happening right now with those flash flood warnings in parts of kentucky and tennessee and we'll see some rain later on along with this heat so if you are out, noonish after, that's the big picture. good morning. i'm meteorologist mike nicco.
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check out your highlights for this forecast cycle. clouds will vary today. still no summer heat. damp mornings through saturday and then cooling will ease next week. as far as today, check out these temperatures. upper 50s to low 60s coast and san francisco. mid-60s to low 70s around the bay and a few 80s in the north bay and inland east bay. we'll drop into the 50s again tonight with drizzle. thickest will be saturday morning followed by our coolest afternoon. coming up, tory is here. huge "deals & steals." for all 20 bucks or less. >> pretty good. ." for all 20 bucks or less. >> pretty good.
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>> announcer: now from abc 7 news. >> from the abc 7 morning news. yesterday's six-alarm fire at a construction site in alameda county may have ripple effects in the bay area's tight housing market. the project included 105 apartment units, much affordable housing. the loss was 8% of what emeryville has in the immediate pipeline of what's going to be built in the next few years. let's get an update on morning cute with sue hall. good morning, sue. >> good morning. a couple of problem spots. let's go to 880. this blocking lanes from alvarado. some closed traffic through the area. northbound 280 at the lawrence expressway. lane two blocked, the second lane two blocked, the second lane from the left.
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begins monday. >> thank you, mike. another local news update in 30 minutes. always on our tomorrow morning the party is on. tell them, kenny. >> good morning, america. >> it's kenny chesney live from central park on "gma." tomorrow on "good morning america." summer concert series presented by king's hawaiian. ♪ welcome back. we cannot wait for kenny chesney taking over central park for our big summer concert. tomorrow will be weather like this? >> yes, nice and hot and humid. >> all right. >> yes. >> like a blanket. >> beautiful day over at wimbledon. lara is there this morning. of course, all eyes are on the williams sisters. there is lara right there. spotlight right on centre court. we'll check in with her in a minute. now you'll talk to tory. >> i'm going to talk to tory because we have tory johnson here back with the summertime "deals & steals" and these are all the bargains just under $20.
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$20 and under. >> can't beat that. >> so what do we have? what do we have going up here? >> so first up, we have a watch party and we have some campers with us from echo hill camp and they're helping us with this very first deal which is from mission. these are cooling towels and, in fact, serena williams should be using one of these on the court right now. you get it wet, wring it out, goes around your neck, cools your body temp. >> all these kids at camp right now are doing this. >> look at them, there they are. they have their towels but you can have them too. also brand-new from mission, also for us for the very first time, these socks and men's underwear that have odor-resistant fabric so anybody who is active on the go, if you are in the heat, yes -- >> you're trying to say -- >> i'm sorry. >> -- if somebody has stinky feet, you need these socks. >> an amazing deal on everything from mission. normally from $15 to $30, everything slashed in half today only $7.50 to 15 bucks. >> amazing. >> cool down with mission.
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this is a brand-new one. this is city seat, so these are bike seat covers. so, if you spin or ride your bike you can bring your own seat cover, so you get the decoration but then you also get to take it home, wash it, so, when you bring back to go spinning, you've got a nice clean seat cover. these are a really fun deal, brand-new for us, big assortment online. >> what are they slashed too? >> normally $35 slashed in half, $17.50. >> 17.50, can't beat that, either. okay, these are so fun. so these bags are from cozy bling. all really fun, just bright blingy icons. the pineapple is fabulous. what i love about these, you get to choose the bag color and then choose one of your six icons, the natural or the black, this sort of stuffs everything. we promised the ice cream to our friends here for our friends from a small town in iowa. ice cream lover and her husband so they're going home with something. >> and it's hot out here so perfect, ice cream. >> you can go home with these
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too. normally these bags are $48, but today only, they're slashed to 20 bucks and a savings of 58%. not only that, macadamia, a big assortment from macadamia. 11 different products to choose from. there are shampoos. there's these moisture conditioners, frizz-free spray. all these -- smell how delicious it is. macadamia and argan oil, so everyone's hair gets kind of frizzy and messed up in this weather. >> tell me about it. >> so macadamia is here to the rescue. big assortment depending on what you choose. everything ranges from $20 to $36 and today only we're slashing it in half starting at 10 bucks from macadamia. and last but not least all of our devices get filled with makeup, sweat, dirt, grime, so from spruce & company these are -- you get 40 of these individual alcohol-free, fragrance-free to just be able to throw in your
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backpack, bag to be able to just swipe your devices, clean your devices, an amazing deal on these. you're getting a 40-pack, 40 of these, normally $27, today only 10 bucks and free shipping. >> tell you what, i need these immediately. >> immediately. >> my phone is filthy. i don't even want to know what's on it. >> it's filthy, right? we never take time to clean our devices. spruce & co. is here, started by two friends. love it. >> we're happy you find these deals. we want to thank all these companies for providing these great deals and you could get them at on yahoo! and, yeah, you need those, ginger. >> i'm taking them. i'm going to do a psa here. i'm going to go to someone's screen. you want me to clean your screen? very good. it's working. we're working. thank you, michael and tory. >> you worked some weather into this. >> let's go ahead and talk about the forecast. we know it's hot here. we're feeling it and sweating. but look, orlando is going to have its hottest week since last june. see that image, that's a cloud with a rain shaft coming out, the time lapse, just a beautiful way to cool you down but, of course, the heat comes right
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back. the heat advisory is in place from southeastern new mexico right through the gulf of mexico and up here in the northeast, look at that. baltimore, feels like the afternoon, 98. here's the heat index across the nation, montgomery, alabama, 100 even. that's the b . good morning. i'm abc 7 neu ews meteorologist mike nicco. highs well below average once again clouds thickest along the coast. drizzle likely tomorrow and saturday morning followed by our coolest afternoon. >> all that weather brought to you by sherwin williams. i'm just going to keep cleaning screens as i go here, robin. >> what a wonderful audience we have. we love the summer crowd. here now with our dear friend john quinones, anchor of the hit abc show "what would you do?" what would you do? back for a brand-new season of tough questions and thought-provoking scenarios, another season, season 10? >> we're back and, you know, with all the craziness in the
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world, robin, there's no better time than now for "what would you do?" among tomorrow night's scenarios you're at a sneaker store and you see some guys trying on some sneakers, some running shoes and they make a run for it out the door without paying for them. what would you do? >> jonathan and ian are looking to trade in their old shoes for some expensive new ones without paying. to accomplish this feat they use distraction. >> hey, excuse me. >> and diversion. >> just in case these don't fit let me get a 10. >> out with the old shoes in the box. let's be out. >> immediately our thieves catch the attention of this man. >> all right, let's go. >> let's leave. just leave. >> took those shoes right now. >> and he's in hot pursuit of the thieves until a stern warning from his wife halts his heroics.
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>> hey. >> you should have somebody. >> thank you, i appreciate it. >> you don't have cameras here or anything? >> and you know what happens next? i come out and we celebrate the hero, of course. >> of course, and you're going all around the country this year. >> yeah, this season we're going to atlanta. the city of hotlanta, next week we'll do an entire hour on that city because, you know, geography matters when you take these issues, and we love to take it on the road. >> we love it when you're here. >> thank you very much. >> congratulations again. "what would you do?" airs tomorrow. say it again, i love -- >> "what would you do?" >> it airs tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. eastern on abc. let's go back inside. >> john does know how to ask that question. we're going to move on and take a look at a fascinating new film called "life animated" and it follows a boy with autism who found that disney movies could teach him how to communicate with the world. abc's deborah roberts has the story of his inspiring transformation. >> i'm peter pan. and you -- >> oh, i'm captain hook.
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you're peter pan. okay. >> reporter: not long after filming this peter pan scene in 1993, 2-year-old owen suskind's world came to a halt. he stopped talking and showing affection. parents ron and cornelius soon got a shattering diagnosis, regressive autism. must have been devastating. >> the doctors started to explain, okay, this is going to change your life. you know, you have to think about probably supporting him for the rest of his life and for 20 years after you're dead. >> reporter: owen found comfort in animated movies, then one day a breakthrough. >> he was saying juicer ves, juicer ves. >> reporter: he was fixated on a pivotal scene from "the little mermaid." >> it won't cost much, just your voice. >> so i rewind it and then the third time. what does it say? >> it won't cost much. just your voice. >> and i grab owen and say, just your voice. and he looks at me for the first time in a year and says, just
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your ves. >> reporter: owen had memorized every line from every disney film, and the family discovered that, when speaking in the character's voices, they could communicate with their son. 20 years later owen and his family are sharing their journey in a new documentary "life animated." >> what does it feel like when you watch the movies? >> it felt like i was in a better, safe place. >> reporter: now 25, owen is finding his place in the world. working, even living on his own. ♪ >> reporter: for "good morning america," deborah roberts, abc news, new york. >> what a great story. "life animated" is in theaters right now. and when we come back, live
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back now with all the excitement at wimbledon and let's go back across the pond to england where the world's best tennis players are competing and lara is on the scene with all the action. how are you doing out there, lara? >> well, michael, serena did it. she steamrolled elena vesnina, securing her spots in the finals. sadly, the same can't be said
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for big sister venus. here to break it down is patrick mcenroe from espn. what happened with venus. >> well, we always knew today that was going to be a very tough ask for her, kerber a very tough player, she beat serena williams this year in the first grand slam of the year down in australia. she was too consistent and too feisty. she's got that lefty serve, that gave venus some trouble and venus, quite frankly, a little fatigued from playing tough matches. >> we have been talking all wimbledon about what a champion venus is regardless of this, she's on fire at, seventh time she's made the semis, this was her wimbledon in some ways. >> i think it was in a lot of ways. nobody expected her to go this far. obviously, a chance for all-williams sisters final had us excited. for venus at 36 to make this kind of run, the first player since martina navratilova to get
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into the top ten, her ranking is just going to go higher she's back. >> that's awesome. they're back the sister williams have to play doubles together. they'll bring their a game. >> they always do. serena as you said was absolute/on fire, steamrolling vesnina. they'll have to play vesnina and another russian, makarova in the doubles. do you like this final serena/kerber that's real challenge for her, as you said, an leagelique kerber did beat h >> this is wimbledon, lara, this is where serena's serve can be domestic innocent serve. serena knows what se's up against. could nlt it down, number 22 is coming for serena.
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>> that could be awesome. i want to say about your brother, not only an amazing comment day or the like yourself but also coaching the guy who's going up against roger federer, how is he doing double-duty? >> he wears a lot of hats and somehow he wears many hats and he's really helped milos raonic. he's trying to win a grand slam title. he's become a more well-rounded player. john's got him. he has a huge serve and i think this is going to be a very tough one for roger federer. >> somehow he manages to do it. the man is a genius, he's awesome. >> what do you think of the tennis quality at this wimbledon, from the pros standpoint. >> it's been pretty electric. i think the men's quarterfinals yesterday really got us going. two five-set matches.
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federer first, coming from two sets down, what a win for him. then, andy murray, also had to go five sets against tsonga and murray will have the crowd behind him against berdych. i expect that one to a fairly straightforward. i think federer/raonic will go the distance. >> for now, we throw it back to you in new york. you guys have maxwell performing coming up on "good morning america." ♪
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[ applause ] i don't want anybody to miss this. here now two-time grammy winner maxwell. "essence" calls him their soul crush. yes.
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he's currently on tour and will be playing coney island this saturday. his new album "blacksummers'night" is out now. he's about to play his -- sing his new first singing, "lake by the ocean." how are you doing? maxwell, how are you? >> i'm good. how are you? >> i'm well. >> i'm well. >> you look great. >> are you ready? >> i haven't been any more ready than i am right now. >> we are ready for you. do you see everybody there? >> i see them. >> i'm telling you, oh. >> congratulations. >> i feel like we're in the club. we're in the club, y'all. >> i feel like we're ready to get down in the morning time. >> let's do it, maxwell, ladies and gentlemen. maxwell. >> good morning, america. ♪ yeah yeah ♪ yeah yeah ♪ oh doo doo doo doo doo doo
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yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ in the light of the sun i was dazed i was burned i was lost ♪ ♪ deep in the storm of a grave had a bed as a coffin ♪ ♪ you were only the one that made me fulfilled only the thing that made me reveal ♪ ♪ my destiny was before us beach of a forest anything ain't nothing it's just ♪ ♪ it's just you just us nobody but love ♪ ♪ on trust on us nobody now ♪ ♪ can we swim a lake by the ocean ♪ ♪ we'll be one like drops in slow motion
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ooh ooh lake by the ocean ♪ ♪ oh tell me the way that it is waves like it is the drops of colors ♪ ♪ why do i live inside of you baby want to be every part of you ♪ ♪ and it's just it's just right it's just left we can be strong we can wave ♪ ♪ we can live oh so long ♪ live in a flame where we'll never burn ♪ ♪ no one could ever ever return you are the reason i'm on ya reason i love ya ♪ ♪ you're the thing i need 'cause it's just ♪ ♪ it's just you just us nobody but love ♪ ♪ on trust on us nobody now
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can we swim a lake by the ocean ♪ ♪ we'll be one like drops in slow motion ♪ ♪ ooh ooh lake by the ocean ♪ all i see is just everything is love ♪ ♪ lake by the ocean sweet like the motion ♪ ♪ love is the medicine i can heal us ♪ ♪ all i see is all i see is all i see is love ♪ ♪ yeah yeah >> let's go, everybody. let's go. good morning, america. ♪ nobody but us on trust on us
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good morning. natasha zouves. meteorologist mike nicco, a gray forecast. >> a little sunshine developing around richmond, san mateo. mid-60s, low 70s around the bay, a few 80s in the north bay and east bay. they will be the exception except through saturday. we'll get back to average starting monday. >> trouble westbound i-80 into pleasanton. a couple of big-rigs and a van wedged between them. you're looking at slow traffic now and two to three lanes blocked as you travel westbound towards pleasanton area. this is before fallon, so delays
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there. >> good to know. thank you so much. time for live with kelly. back >> it's "live with kelly." today, from the hit comedy "modern family," eric stonestreet. and that physics show. and performing their new single "red dress," magic. plus, basketball superstar dwyane wade joins kelly at the co-host desk. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> and now here are kelly ripa and dwyane wade. [applause]


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