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snatched them. they will be replenished throughout the day. >> the amazing hats might be available later in the afternoon we've heard. >> there you go. >> no problems. we'll be back in 2 good morning, america. breaking news for our viewers in the west. deadly terror take overseas. a gunman killing two police officers in broad daylight. then murdering a 22-year-old and taking a hostage. breaking overnight, two journalists killed covering alberto as the storm slams the gulf coast with heavy rain and powerful winds. where it's headed next and right now the desperate search for the national guardsman swept up by flash flooding in maryland. and tornadoes tearing through the west. inside the inferno. the harrowing new video of lava from that volcano, destroying an entireeighborhood as more
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evacuations are ordered overnight. real-life spider-man. the hero who scaled an apartment building to save this 4-year-old boy now honored by the french president while the child's father is facing charges for the game he was playing instead of watching his son. ♪ 24-karat magic in the air and golden state going for gold again. >> curry fires for three. yes! >> steph curry and his warriors blasting past the rockets now bracing to face lebron james and the cavs in their fourth finals showdown. good morning, america. great to have amy with us. >> hoping to cheer you up a little. >> the rockets game has me in a funk, amy, but i'm happy to be here. i'm happy you're here and we're happy all of you are joining us on this tuesday morning as we have a lot of news to get to. breaking news overseas, a
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deadly attack in belgium where a gunman opened fire killing three including two policemen. then he took a hostage before he was taken down. abc's james longman has the latest. good morning, james. we know this gunman was on the radar of police. >> reporter: good morning, george. we're getting new details. two police officers and a bystander shot dead in the city of liege. officials say man approached two female police officers from behind with a knife. he attacked and disarmed them before using their own guns on them. shooting them both dead in the street. he fired randomly into passing traffic, killing a 22-year-old man in a nearby car before entering a school and taking a woman hostage. police responded. he ran out firing at them. injuring four before he was cut down. authorities confirm he was thought to have been radicalized in prison. he was recently released. all this while belgium remains
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alert since isis attacks in 2016 killed 32 people. >> they're on high alert but haven't raised it yet. >> reporter: no, not yet. terror looks most likely but not confirmed. >> thanks very much. amy. back here at home the latest on alberto, the storm lashing the gulf coast making landfall in the florida panhandle and now moving inland bringing downpours and dangerous winds. flash flood watches are in effect. and abc's rob marciano is in panama city with all the latest. good morning to you, rob. >> reporter: hey, good morning, amy. thankfully a little calmer this morning than it was this time yesterday morning. but still, the winds are coming off the gulf of mexico. the waves and surf still pounding this beach. alberto raking the entire state of florida all day long yesterday. our first named of the hurricane and the season hasn't officially started yet. coming ashore a few miles down the this beach.
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overnight alberto making landfall. slamming the gulf coast. torrential rains and winds over 50 miles per hour. a state of emergency declared in three states. florida, mississippi, and alabama. a memorial day washout in much of the sunshine state as up to 6 inches of more rain coming to the southeast. as alberto was making landfall, i was out in it. the surf, the surge has been pounding this beach all day. check out the 50 plus-mile-per-hour winds kicking up the water in this hotel pool. alberto taking out power lines, damaging homes. and tossing that trampoline. and in north carolina, two deaths linked to the tropical storm. a local camera crew covering the impact of the storm when a tree came crashing down, killing them both. their bodies discovered by a fire chief they had just interviewed. out west in colorado -- >> dude, do you see how violent that is? >> reporter: these incredible images of tornadoes. watch at that pickup truck drives right towards the twister. you can see the power flashes. kansas getting hammered by blinding rains and whipping winds leading to multiple
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wrecks. four semitract esemitractor-tras flipped on their sides, taken out by the winds. we will see more in the way of tornadoes across the midsection and, of course, our hearts are heavy this morning go out to the families of two of our own, those two journalists out in north carolina covering this storm, losing their lives. and it reminds us of just how dangerous these tropical rains can be, even far way from the center. and we're going to see more of those rains during the day today. michael? >> thank you, rob. our hearts and prayers are definitely with them and their families. now to maryland and the desperate search for a national guardsman swept away in that catastrophic flash flooding trying to help rescue a woman as the waters rose. abc's eva pilgrim is in ellicott city, maryland, with the latest. and, eva, so much devastation there this morning. >> reporter: so much devastation here, michael. i just want to show you how aggressive, how angry this water was as it came through. you can see it carved out a path. the water high up to the grass
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has been pushed and you can see that dumpster was in the river. there were cars in the river. if you take a look at our drone shot you can see this is just a ghost town. there is nobody here this morning. many of the residents and business owners are hoping to get back in. but for many, it will be days, even weeks, if ever that they're allowed back. this morning, rescue teams desperately searching for at least one man missing after these destructive floodwaters ripped through the small town sunday. >> at this point i just want to find him. >> reporter: 39-year-old national guardsman eddison hermond was at a celebration when the waters came through. he went out to the floodwaters to help a trapped woman. that woman, kate bowman, telling "the washington post" he just stepped over the ledge and he was immediately washed away. it was so fast, he just got washed away real quick. >> pretty sure you think, hey, i can handle this. i'm sure that's what he thought. i guess it just kind of took him.
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they said he was calm when he went the in. and it kind of gave me hope. but it's been 24 hours. >> we're also bringing in quite a bit of resources and working to put into place an incident management team who will help coordinate and orchestrate the search. >> reporter: many trekking through the turbulent high waters. the man seen here swept away by the rapid flooding as a house crumbled right behind him. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: officials say over 1100 calls were placed to 911, first responders helping more than 300 people pulling as many as 30 stranded in the high water. >> people trapped. there's people in every building. >> reporter: firefighters battling two fires at least one caused by lightning during the storm. the rushing water sending a wedding party scrambling to safety. the couple saying their vows in a pool of water. >> i married the girl of my dreams. we're just happy everyone is safe. >> reporter: and back out here live you can see from our drone that house we just showed you in
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our piece, the foundation completely gone, collapsed. the house now on the ground. this is what they're calling a 1,000-year flood but this has happened twice in this city in just two years, michael. >> all right, thank you so much, eva. just devastating. george. >> sure is. the latest twist in the nuclear summit with north korea. all sides scrambling to save the talks as the top north korean official is heading from beijing to new york for negotiations. and u.s. diplomats meet with north koreans inside the dmz. abc's bob woodruff is tracking the latest. >> reporter: overnight reports that kim young chul, former north korean spy chief and close aid to kim jong-un landed at beijing airport. apparently planning to continue on to the u.s. for talks. he would be the highest ranked north korean official to visit the u.s. since year 2000, 18 years ago. with just 14 days to go before what the white house calls the expected meeting, president trump and japanese prime minister shinzo abe spoke by
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phone late yesterday. south korea's president moon jae-in is considering heading to singapore himself to participate in the summit. but the leader who has remained relatively quiet about the summit is china's president xi jinping who many believe is surprised and frustrated by how quickly this american plan is progressing. still, the u.s. ambassador in china told me today that he is okay with it. does xi jinping like this idea of having a summit down in singapore? >> yes. the chinese support the idea of the united states and north korea meeting because they want to see a denuclearization of the korean peninsula. they want safety and security on their border. >> reporter: u.s. and north korean officials in singapore are hammering out logistics and security issues. and over the weekend, an american delegation crossed into north korea to talk about the the details. it's been a whirlwind blowing back and forth, trump last
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thursday calling it off, then over the weekend suggesting it could still happen. >> i think there's a lot of goodwill. i think people want to see if we can get the meeting and get something done. >> reporter: now, very interesting that kim young chul the military intelligence chief reportedly heading to the u.s. is accused of international deadly attacks and also for hacking into the sony pictures computers because kim jong-un was deeply insulted by sony's movie "the interview," i doubt, george, very much he's not going to talk about this subject. >> i think you're probably right about that. bob, thanks very much. let's bring in our chief white house correspondent jonathan karl for more on this. jon, no official word on the meeting but the president is striking an optimistic note on twitter this morning. >> reporter: he absolutely is, george. he's making it official that that north korean official is coming to the united states. you now have a frenzy of activity moving towards a june 12th summit. you have that visit. you have the u.s. delegation b mentioned in north korea. there is another u.s. delegation in singapore working out logistics.
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the one thing we don't have yet, george, is any official announcement from the white house that in fact the summit is back on. >> we do know there's still disagreements over what the meaning of denuclearization is. on another front the president's twitter on memorial day drew some fire across the political spectrum. >> reporter: absolutely. the president as you see saying happy memorial day, that those who died would be happy and proud of how great the country is doing and then cited some of his record. this really struck a lot of people the wrong way. former bush speech writer, george w. bush speech writer david frum, said many people question this president but it's no small achievement to write the grossest, most inappropriate, most self-flattering memorial day message in the history of the u.s. presidency. >> jon karl, thanks very much. michael? >> all right, thank you, george. now to that volcano emergency overnight. more residents told to evacuate
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immediately as lava closes in. this video shows it destroying a neighborhood. and abc's whit johnson is in hawaii with more. good morning to you, whit. >> reporter: guys, good morning. take a look at this incredible view. the lava flow coming from fissure number eight, off in the distance. you can see lava fountains spewing lava up into the air 100 feet and igniting vegetation on the way. and here's the big problem. this flow moving yet over another road. cutting off access. making it more difficult for people to evacuate. >> that's the fissure right there. shooting about 300, 400 feet high. >> reporter: waiting till the last second to get out, a group of men watching and recording. this hawaiian neighborhood transforming into a virtual hellscape. >> there she blows. >> reporter: smoke, lava, and fire engulfing a home as a fast-moving flow destroys everything in its path. >> is that the house or the trampoline? >> that's the house. >> reporter: from inside the ground glowing orange, a wave of lava pushing closer.
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>> no, i hate seeing that burn. >> reporter: from the rooftop the lava swallowing trucks. >> it just popped the tire, you guys. >> reporter: and structures. >> that house is burning. >> reporter: before the house is finally overtaken. >> it's marching across that way too. >> reporter: from the sky entire neighborhoods surrounded as lava flows freely through the streets with homes bursting into flames. >> that flow of lava started making its way down the streets. disturbingly, some people just refused to leave. and that gives us terrifying insight into what's going on out there. >> reporter: officials saying more than 80 structures burned including at least 51 homes. and this morning, three first responders are now recovering from injuries attempting to protect what's left of the hardest hit communities. and as we've been standing here you can hear the hissing and popping of the magma as it slowly moves across the street here. also, if you take a look you can see those gases rising from the lava.
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that's creating this vog or volcanic smog which is a major concern for air quality as it drifts over the island. guys, back to you. >> thank you, whit. you just see those images and just jaw dropping. you wonder, when is it going to end? >> yeah, no end in sight. all right. thank you. we turn to starbucks shutting down 8,000 of their stores this afternoon for racial bias training after two black men were arrested last month sparking protests across the country. abc's linsey davis is there in philadelphia where those arrests took place and this all started. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, amy. this location is actually closing at 11:30 this morning so be sure to get your venti lattes and frappuccinos early. because this afternoon, starbucks is shuttering all of its corporate-owned stores across the country. you'll remember the incident that led to this. the video of the two black men trespassing after one asked to use the bathroom without making a purchase. now starbucks is attempting to use that as a teachable moment
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so today at around 2:00 p.m. more than 8,000 starbucks locations across the country will close for unconscious bias training for 175,000 employees. starbucks describes it as a four-hour master class designed to address implicit bias, promote inclusion, and help prevent discrimination in the hope of preventing future incidences. workers will watch a video featuring starbucks executives. watch a documentary. and break into smaller discussion groups to talk about their own experiences. now one change that's come about as a result of what happened, the company now says that anyone can use starbucks spaces including restrooms without making a purchase. some critics are saying this is all just one big pr front. starbucks is saying we don't expect this to be a magic wand or an overnight fix. this is just the start of a long-term commitment and they're just starting the conversation, amy. >> yeah, and is a very quick reaction, indeed. in that training video, i understand there is a very
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familiar face. >> reporter: yes, activist and rapper common appears in the training video and basically talks about how we can see each other fully and respectfully. amy. >> thank you so much. just so happens common will be here live later this morning. we're looking forward to that. michael. >> absolutely. going to turn now to that showdown on the court which amy referenced earlier. the warriors beating the rockets in game seven. now they're heading to their fourth straight championship against the cleveland cavaliers. abc's t.j. holmes is here with all the action and, t.j., you already saw my reaction. >> i did and, stra, i promise you i was actually googling hotels in houston in the first half of the game last night because it looked like that's where we were going to cover the finals. by the end of the third quarter i had bookd my place in oakland. golden state was getting blown out last night and then chef curry started cooking. the defending nba champs were on the ropes, down big and needing to win a game seven on the road for a place in the nba finals.
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and steph curry came to the rescue. >> curry for three. >> yes, right on target. >> reporter: curry exploded to lead the golden state warriors' comeback and put them in their fourth straight nba finals. >> this atmosphere is crazy. game seven, man, happy to be back in the finals. >> reporter: the warriors were down 15 early and faced an 11-point deficit at half time. but then, the baby-faced assassin -- >> curry fires for three. yes! >> reporter: -- and his all-star teammate kevin durant took over. >> durant shoots and hits! >> reporter: now, for the fourth year in a row, the team that's called the greatest of a generation will face arguably the greatest player of all time. king james returning to his eighth consecutive nba final. james led his cleveland cavaliers to a game seven victory over the boston celtics to clinch the east. >> lebron james is amazing. unbelievable to think about the consistency and longevity.
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the greatness that he's shown. >> reporter: james is a four-time league mvp. curry, two but curry says the match-up is about much more than just the two of them. >> no disrespect to the other guys out there. they fought hard, too. >> one of the the greatest teams ever going up against possibly the greatest player ever. the first time in professional sports four teams have gone for a championship against each four years in a row. the same two teams. >> and won eight in a row. >> eight in a row that he's done it. it's unreal. >> wow. got to go to ginger now. >> yes, george, you can see clearly the center of what's left of alberto making its way north through alabama at this point. but there are flood watches from indiana to virginia. all in place for now. but that is just through wednesday really. chicago even gets 2 to 3 inches.
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good tuesday morning. i'm lisa argen waking up to sunshine, just a little haze out there. it would be warmer today, cooler tomorrow and thursday but warming up again by the end of the week. highs today will be in the mid-60s at the coast. a little breezy here with the fog returning late in the day. upper 60s downtown, mid-70s at oakland. how about 80 today at palo alto? cooler there. 80 in vallejo, 90 a coming up the hero middle school teacher who took down a gunman in his classroom telling his story for the first time. the family of the boy rescued by a real-life spider-man now speaking out.
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good morning to you. i'm natasha zouves from "abc7 mornings." and for the fourth straight year, the warors are in the nbaa times. many in the crowd ended up at dick's in daly city for a first shot at western conference champion gear. game one of the finals is thursday. watch it only on abc7. all right, enough basketball. time for some traffic with alexis smith. hey there, alexis. >> hey, good morning. we had a crash southbound 680 in walnut creek. they were able to push that off to the right shoulder, but definitely some stop-and-go traffic in the area. continuing southbound 680 in fremont area, a two-car crash
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good tuesday morning. from our exploratorium camera. 56 downtown, 60 in gilroy, 62 mountain view, 63 san jose. nothing but sun here at the golden gate bridge. another warm day on the way, certainly inland. 67 by the delta right now. and we are two to six degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. so today another hot day for you in our east bay valleys. 88 in concord. 90 in livermore. slightly cooler around the bay. we're going to see a sea breeze late in the day today. that's going to help on the peninsula, san francisco, 69. 76 san mateo, 80 palo alto and a cooldown tomorrow and thursday. >> thank you, lisa.
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coming up, the hero science teacher who disarmed the indiana school shooter last friday is speaking out
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♪ i'm losing ♪ my mind ♪ just a little ♪ so why don't you just ♪ meet me in the middle ♪ 24-karat magic welcome back to "gma." a big victory for steph curry. did you hear hmm from strahan there and the warriors. facing the cavs for the for t year if a row. sorry for houston. and curry, his daughter, riley, you can't get enough of her. she is so adorable doing their secret handshake after the win. that's cute, right? you got to give him that. >> i'll give him that. i wish he was doing that instead of hitting threes last night that would have been better for me. >> huge finals coming up. here are the headlines we're following this morning. alberto is weakening but on
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the move after slamming the gulf coast with heavy rain and powerful winds now moving inland. remnants are expected to reach the tennessee valley this afternoon. students in sante fe high school returning to class today for the first time since that deadly shooting 11 days ago, of course, that killed 10 people, wounded 13 others. counselors and additional officers will be on campus. and this morning, the hero teacher in another school shooting is speaking out. jason seaman took three bullets to save his seventh grade students at noblesville west sho school in indiana on friday. now he is out of the hospital and he is telling his story for the first time. abc's adrienne bankert is here with more. good morning, adrienne. >> reporter: good morning. this is a really feel-good story, michael. we've been talking about the fact there have been more school shootings and school shooting deaths and injuries in 2018 than last year. but for this community, while they recover from the shock of violence, they're celebrating this teacher's heroic actions. >> everybody doing all right? >> reporter: tears and smiles of gratitude on everyone's faces. >> if it weren't for him, you know, that could have been so much worse. he literally risked his life for us.
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>> reporter: as students reunite with the man they say saved their lives the. 29-year-old science teacher and football coach jason seaman. >> my actions on that day were the only acceptable actions i could have done given the circumstances. in my mind. i deeply care for my students and their well-being. >> all yigts. active shooter. noblesville west middle school. >> reporter: when a gunman entered and started shooting, seaman threw a basketball at him as a diversion. then ran toward the bullets knocking the gun from his hands and tackling the shooter to the ground. seaman shot three times in the process. >> he would always talk about like if this ever happened, he'd like -- the person would have to get through him first. >> reporter: ethan stonebreaker was inside that classroom. he spoke with our alex perez. >> he did something most people wouldn't dare to do. but he did. >> oh, my god, we missed you so much.
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>> reporter: the school held a fund-raiser at this baseball game for his ped call costs along with 13-year-old ella whistler also shot that day and critically injured. she remains in the hospital though the school says she is improving. >> her courage and strength at such a young age is nothing short of remarkable. >> reporter: and that's what the community is saying about mr. seaman for showing such bravery. the school raised more than $10,000 for seaman and ella's medical bills. and there have already been other fund-raising efforts to raise more money for him. they're really thankful. >> getting the hero's treatment elsewhere. >> he is like a superhero. already up and walking around. after being shot. but in the moment, indy car drivers and their guests, cludug the indy car victory celebration stopped to applaud seaman and his act of courage. there he is there being very humble. he said it's not about me but i do want to say i did the right thing and it was all he could do to save those kids. >> he saved lives for sure. >> deserves all the acknowledgement that he's getting that he can stand.
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>> we'll just keep pouring it on. >> more to come. >> more to come, exactly. >> adrienne, thank you very much. we move on to the emotional homecoming for an american man who spent two years in prison in venezuela without a trial. overnight josh holt and his wife finally returning home to utah greeted by family and friends and a giant crowd there, a lot of tears. our chief national correspondent matt gutman has that story, matt, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, good morning, amy. what a moment it was. now, i've been in touch with josh's mom for over a year and a half. and he was arrested on bogus charges and his mother who has been in frequent contact with him didn't know if he'd make it out of the secret police's so-called "dungeon alive." but in a diplomatic coup u.s. officials brought him home to a hero's welcome. overnight it was smiles and cheers for josh holt, reunited with his family after two years in a venezuelan prison. >> i still have to thank every
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single person that prayed for us, that was here for us. >> reporter: these are faces he didn't know if he would ever see again. just weeks ago -- >> i need -- i need help. >> reporter: holt desperately begging to be rescued from that venezuelan prison known as the dungeon. >> they're saying they want to kill me. >> reporter: they accused him and his new venezuelan wife of dealing weapons and plotting to undermine the government. holt says he endured inhumane conditions leaving family members desperate. >> my baby boy, what are they doing to him? >> reporter: but tears of desperation turned to tears of joy when holt was suddenly released to the united states over the weekend. that embrace with his mom and a swift meeting with the president at the white house before finally heading home on a plane to utah. >> i'll most likely be crying long before i even get to hug him. >> reporter: his hometown of
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riverton decorated in his favorite color, neon green. ♪ oh say does that star-spangled banner -- >> reporter: but on this day enveloped in the red, white and blue. >> this flag was on his grandpa's casket. i'm going to wrap my grandson in it and tell him he can't leave the united states. >> reporter: back in 2016 i was also detained by venezuela's secret police accused of being a cia spy. i was in a different location. but only there for a few days. and everybody warned us about how horrible the conditions were at the prison where josh was being held. now, it could take him some time to recover but he's got the support of an absolutely incredible family. guys? >> boy, that is clear. okay, matt. >> so glad he's home. >> thank you very much. another incredible rescue right now. check this out. it's out of france. you see this 22-year-old african immigrant scaling the apartment building to save a little boy and he's now met with the french president. and we're hearing from his family.
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linzie janis is here with the story. >> reporter: good morning, george. it almost looks physically impossible. but this real-life superhero literally sprang into action, saving this little boy's life. and this morning, the boy ps a fami -- boy's family could not be more grateful. this morning the family of the boy rescued by this real-life spider-man speaking out calling the man a hero. in this stunning video, seen around the world 22-year-old mamoudou gassama notices a 4-year-old boy dangling from an apartment building and quickly leaps to the rescue scaling four stories in less than 30 seconds. the family's neighbors can be seen trying to reach for the boy but were stopped by the wall between the apartments. but nothing could stop gassama as he lifts the boy to safety over the balcony and back into the apartment. gassama recently emigrated to france from mali to try to make a better life for himself. his bravery recognized by the president of france, who thanked him in this meeting and offered
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him french citizenship and a job as a firefighter. gassama says he didn't think about whether or not he should try to rescue the boy. he says he automatically knew he should do it and that gave him courage. french authorities say the boy's father had left the child alone in the apartment while he went shopping for groceries and then got distracted playing pokemon go. he now faces charges of criminal child neglect. >> wow. >> he really had superhuman strength and i'm so happy he's getting all the accolades. >> what a hero. >> great story. >> thank you very much. linzie. coming up next, why the creators of "sesame street" are suing over this movie with the motto no sesame, all street. f. at a-a-r-p, we're all about hikes, bikes... swims... and... whatever this is... because we're here to help you become your healthiest self. it's why we offer health tips for your body...
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we are back with the battle brewing over a new movie. it has the creator of "sesame street" suing. abc's diane macedo is here to explain. good morning, diane. >> good morning. so one of these is a popular children's show, the other is a movie very much made for adults. but "sesame street's" creators say "the happytime murders'" trailer seems like the two are associated and while the characters may look like they could be on "sesame street" their behavior not so much. ♪ sunny days ♪ chasing the clouds away ♪ on my way to where the air is sweet ♪ ♪ can you tell me how to get
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>> reporter: -- how to get to the nearest courtroom? yes, it's a legal battle between the sweet sesame stars and foul-mouthed puppets of "the happytime murders." >> i'm with the [ bleep ] fbi. >> oh, yeah? what does that stand for? [ bleep ] big idiots? >> reporter: the melissa mccarthy film takes place where the two co-exist, rated r for being so raunchy we can't show you most of the trailer. these mean streets are nowhere near sesame and that's the problem. at issue, these four words in the trailer -- no sesame, all street. >> when you say no sesame, all street, and it's a movie that has puppets in it, automatically it creates brand confusion. >> reporter: sesame workshop the creator of the classic children's show, is suing the production company behind the film stx claiming they initiated a marketing campaign that seeks to capitalize on the reputation and goodwill of "sesame street." it is directed by brian henson an executive produced by lisa henson. the son and daughter of the late
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muppet creator, jim henson. so far they have not commented. but stx films issued a tongue in cheek statement from their fictional attorney saying while we're disappointed that "sesame street" does not share in the fun we are confident in our legal position. we look forward to introducing adult moviegoers to our adorably unapologetic characters this summer. a statement from a puppet attorney. that's a first for me at least. sesame workshop's lawsuit asking for a jury trial, punitive damages, and that the movie change its advertising. "the happytime murders" is set to hit theaters august 17th but the case is due back in court tomorrow. >> with all this publicity they may not need to have any more trailers. >> that is true. they may do well after this but obviously, that's not what sesame workshop is worrying about. >> jim henson's kids that are producing and directing it. >> both involved in this which complicates it. >> thank you so much, diane. coming up this terrifying image caught on camera. a seven-foot alligator trying to scale a backyard fence and why
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lakes like this one is common. but it's those sightings in unexpected places that are on the rise. and according to a new study, that might be the new norm. that is a seven-foot alligator scaling a fence in a backyard. not exactly what neighbors in one south carolina neighborhood expected to wake up to. >> anything that's big enough to eat me gets my attention. >> reporter: it's actually the fifth alligator removed from the neighborhood so far this spring. >> i hate to think i'm having supper with an alligator tonight but he might be on my dock when i get back home. so who knows? >> reporter: across the carolinas chomping their way into yards. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: officers wrangling this massive gator off a porch earlier this month. these alarming sights are becoming more common. in texas, trappers dragging this one from a family's driveway. even a mountain lion spotted roaming backyards outside l.a. and researchers believe it's a sight we should all get used to. >> they're moving into areas that they formerly inhabited
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before they were pushed out of there by human activity. >> reporter: according to a new study by duke university, large predators are moving into unexpected areas. not necessarily exploring new territory but recognizing former hunting grounds that have been taken over by humans. >> if the likelihood is higher that large predators are going to be popping up in ecosysms near us. >> reporter: like our neighborhood streets, backyards, and apparently, even fences. there is one more factor to consider. according to florida fish and wildlife, may and june is mating season for alligators. guys? >> everybody, be on the lookout. i got chills watching that. thank you, victor. >> thank you very much. coming up, "the bachelorette" is back. becca is here live after last night's big premier. oned with. only botox® cosmetic is fda approved to temporarily make moderate to severe frown lines, crow's feet and forehead lines look better.
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back here on "good morning america" we're looking at a landspout. gnat's just a tornado not associated with a mesocyclone in eastern colorado. you can see that clearly once you got through the dust. today the chance for large hail is a primary threat. damaging winds too from parts of nebraska into north texas and western oklahoma. another little bit in northern minnesota. and look at that. a dust devil which forms differently as well and has a lot to do with heat distribution. speaking of heat, minneapolis was 100. chicago and grand rapids their hottest memorial days on record.
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good morning to you. i'm natasha zouves from "abc7 mornings." lisa argen's in right now joining us to take a look at weather. hey, lisa. >> hey, natasha. good morning to you. look at all the sun in oakland, 59. in the 60s on the peninsula. 66 in san jose on our way to a warm day here over the east bay hills with numbers well into the 80s and even 90s. 68 right now in concord, 67 in livermore, upper 60s downtown, 78 in fremont, 91 in antioch. alexis? all right, westbound 80 in the richmond area, we have a multicar crash blocking a couple lanes, so really heavy in that area. also really heavy here basically from novato down into san rafael, southbound 101 at sir frances drake. earlier crash just cleared, so heavy volumes, westbound 580.
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also heavy across the richmond-san rafael bridge and heavy westbound 92 across san mateo. coming up, becca, the new bachelorette is live after last night's big premiere next on "gma." another update in 30 minutes and always on our news app and the news continues now with "good morning amer ♪ seresto,jake...o, seresto ♪ seresto, seresto, seresto whatever your dog brings home to you, it shouldn't be fleas and ticks. seresto gives your dog 8 continuous months of flea and tick protection in an easy-to-use, non-greasy collar. ♪ seresto, seresto, seresto oh no, jake. seresto. 8-month... ♪ seresto, seresto, seresto
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. two journalists killed covering the storm alberto as it slams the gulf coast. heavy rain, destructive winds. where it's headed next. we're live from the storm scene. is work/life balance all a myth? the "shark tank" star making headlines saying balance doesn't exist after 40 years of searching for it. barbara corcoran here live, why she says she's found a better solution. mary kay letourneau, the teacher at the center of the scandal that shocked the nation 20 years ago, now telling her side of the story. >> am i sorry he's the father of my children and that we're married and this is the man of my life? no, i'm not. >> how she's trying to set the record straight. ♪ and this morning, becca is back.
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and here for the right reason, one blockbuster bachelor premiere last night. the men racing to meet her from the male model who showed off his pensive gentleman pose -- >> modeling is so much more than being ridiculously good looking. there's so much involved. it's taxing. >> -- to this guy. we know she's engaged. becca revealing new details this morning about her journey to find love. and she's saying -- >> good morning, america. ♪ [ applause ] good morning, america. thank you for joining us on this tuesday morning. and modeling is more than being just ridiculously good looking. >> the blue steel look is a very hard one to pull off. we have a lot to -- you know you have yours. >> i'll defer to ben stiller. >> we have a lot coming up
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including great skin care solutions at drugstore prices. the secret ingredient. it's food. we'll have a lot more on that. >> first though that breaking news. a deadly attack in belgium now being treated as a terrorist attack. the gunman opened fire and killed three, including two police officers before he was taken down. abc's james longman is on the story. james. >> reporter: good morning, george. getting new details on that terror attack this morning in belgium. two police officers and a bystander shot dead in the city of liege. officials say a man approached two female police officers from behind with a knife, attacking and disarming them. he then used their guns to kill them both on the street. he then fired randomly into passing traffic killing a 22-year-old man in a nearby car before entering a school and taking a woman hostage. police responded and he ran out firing at them injuring four of them before he himself was cut down. all of this, of course, as belgium remains on high alert since isis-inspired attacks in 2016 killed 32 people. george. >> james, thanks very much. michael.
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now to the latest on alberto. the deadly storm moving north after making landfall on the gulf coast. abc's rob marciano is in florida with the latest. good morning, rob. >> reporter: hey, good morning, michael. alberto king landfall as a subtropical storm just eight miles down the beach. a little calmer today but wind and waves still coming off the gulf of mexico. yesterday it was raking the entire state of florida, 59-mile-an-hour wind gust recorded not far from here and half a foot of rain from across the state from the beginning of the storm and spreading well to the north into virginia. sadly, news out of north carolina, two journalists, two of our own being killed as they were out covering some of the heavy rain there. a tree falling on their suv. so that news certainly rattling our colleagues here in the news business. we do expect more in that heavy rain getting into the tennessee valley as the center of what's left over of alberto goes through alabama, tennessee and eventually across the ohio river valley. in panama city beach, it could
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have been a lot worse. it could have been a hurricane. we had storm surge, flooding, beach erosion and power outages and disappointed tourists but we do expect an active hurricane season, michael, which as you know begins this friday. >> a season that no one is looking forward to. thank you so much, rob. and now a story about a 9-year-old hero. andrew emory of south carolina, has an infant brother named dylan who suffers from a rare neurological disease. andrew came up with a plan to help him and his entire family. he set up a lemonade stand and took to facebook to get the word out. >> please come buy lemonade so i can raise money to help dylan get better. >> the power of social media because andrew's lemonade stand became a huge success and he raised an incredible $6,000 in just two hours after posting that facebook message and the first thing andrew did, he gave his parents all the money. he did save a little bit though to get dylan a new teddy bear.
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a 9-year-old hero indeed. >> absolutely. coming up, the new bachelorette is here. she's here live after last night's premiere. we'll find out what becca thinks of the suiters trying to steal her heart. "shark tank's" barbara corcoran making headlines saying work/life balance doesn't exist. what she thinks you should strive for instead. and lara is upstairs. what's up, lara? >> hi, michael. look who is with me, jessie j. in the house. [ applause ] and our good pal common is here along with this incredible audience. come on up, you guys. we'll be right back. we'll be right back. feel the clarity of non-drowsy claritin with powerful 24-hour relief cis here along with incredible audience. come on up, you guys. we'll be right back.
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everybody here reminiscing about friday's concert with sting but how about this tuesday audience here. thank you all. lara, let's give them something. >> "pop news," george. good morning to you. [ applause ] hey, guys, good morning to you. so i thought this was interesting. the u.s. postal service is will to release stamps that you might actually want to lick. >> the emphasis on lick. >> yeah, always. for the first time ever scratch and sniff stamps will be available. [ applause ] in books of 20. they will smell so good you won't mind licking them was the point. the point is it's not fun to lick stamps as you know but if they smell good maybe it would be more fun. they will have images, as you can see, of delicious ice pops. they'll smell sweet and delicious like summer says the post office. if you give them a scratch perfect for invitations to summer barbecues or weddings perhaps. stamps in case you didn't know i
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did not know this cost 49 cents apiece. these go for 50 cents apiece, $10 for a book of 20. delicious scratch and sniff. a baby panda has just been born, everybody, in a zoo in kuala lumpur. look at this adorable fur ball currently unnamed. she delighted crowds in her public debut this weekend weighing in at a hearty 20 pounds. that breaks the world's record for a size of a second baby born within four years. i don't know why that's a world record. seems very specific. she is the daughter of world famous giant pandas liang liang on a ten-year lone from china. according to experts there are less than 2,000 giant pandas still living in the wild mostly in bamboo forests in the western forests of china. we embrace you, young one with no name. >> cute baby, though. she's a baby.
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[ applause ] alicia keys is trending online this morning. she shared a video we want to share with you of her singing "lean on me" accompanied by her 7-year-old son jefferson. ♪ and i'll be your friend ♪ i'll help you carry on ♪ for it won't be long >> little egypt living up to his last name on the keys. mom writing on instagram love this boy. he is so excited about music, then she calls him my bestie. >> that's nice, yes. [ applause ] >> lots of happiness today. scratch and sniff. pandas to little mom/son moment. now this. snoop dogg knows how to do it. the man does not hold back. that was evident again this weekend when he broke a guinness world record for making the biggest gin and juice cocktail on the planet. i know. you never know what you're going
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to get here. we know from his song that it is his favorite and there was plenty to go around at the bottle rock napa valley festival. snoop and friends added 180 bottles of the gin and a lot of juice to a glass five feet tall three feet wide and breaking the record that no o knew there was even, snoop also performed for the crowd. and, yes, his set included the classic "gin and juice." [ applause ] >> two world records in "pop news" today. that's amazing. >> you're welcome. >> thank you so much. and now we're going to go to our "gma" cover story, the bachelorette becca is in the driver's seat this season as dozens of suitors try to win her heart. here's a look at last night's premiere. she was the girl whose heart was broken on tv in front of millions. >> i feel like my future was ripped away.
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>> reporter: last night we watched as becca finally got her chance at finding her mr. right. >> i see becca. she looks amazing. >> reporter: meeting 28 suitors one by one. the modes of transportation as varied as the suitors themselves. there was an ox, a van, even a hearse. >> oh, my gosh, becca, i literally died. >> reporter: the suitors doing anything it takes to make a lasting impression. >> ba caw. ♪ i got a rose, you got a rose ♪ >> reporter: this harlem globetrotter taking his dating game to new heights. some guys avoiding any mention of becca's last relationship. >> remind the girl of her ex. that's a bad idea. >> others choosing another route. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: eligible suitors clearly captivated by becca.
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>> i'd marry her. i'd marry her right now. >> becca clearly not captivated by this guy who she sent packing before the rose ceremony even began. >> i don't know if i necessarily see a future. this is the first conversation that i've had to have to send somebody home and it's not easy but i don't want to waste your time. >> reporter: only 21 bachelors remained. in this exclusive look at next week's episode male model jordan thinks he knows the key to becca's heart. >> i'm going to do more with less. to be honest nothing attracts a woman more than like being comfortable next to a sexy man. let's do it. [ applause ] >> it's great to have becca here with us. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> and i want to kind of go back a little bit before we chat about last night. i believe you told ellen you were hoping that i would come out of the limo. >> i did say that. >> so i wanted to apologize to you that i didn't make the cut for the show. >> i was waiting for you to come out, be that 29th guy.
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>> you fell in love so now it's too late for me. but the show premiered last night. and for you what was it like watching yourself in the driver's seat? >> well, first i hate hearing my voice and so half the time i'm cringing like, oh, do i sound like that? the minnesota accent just keeps coming out but it was fun to watch back and, yes, i lived through it but there was so much i missed when the guys are chatting and living together so fun to hear back what they say. >> you get to see the behind-the-scenes part but not when you're on the show and made a bombshell announcement. you said you are in love. was it love at first sight? [ applause ] >> i don't know. >> come on. do you believe in love at first sight. >> i do. i do. >> in this case was it love at first sight? >> you know, it was love at first sight when buck the ox walked out. i love animals. >> love at first sight when the ox walks up. okay, i like that. that's pretty cool. everybody loves to make a great entrance. >> oh yeah. >> but you did admit you fell in
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love with two men. given what happened when you were with arie, how did you prevent yourself from going into that situation again? >> being on this side of things i can empathize with him so much more. it's a struggle because you meet so many guys, you make so many great relationships and if you're doing it right you should be open and developing feelings for multiple people but it was very tricky to navigate. i wanted to go about it my way and respect the guys and treat them how i would be want be to treated. that's what i had to keep in the back of my mind the entire time. >> what's it like being in a room full of men who were all trying to impress you and put on their best face? >> it was a lot to handle. i walked in that first night after all of the guys came out of the limos and the hearses and minivans and it hit me all of the guys are fixated on me. i'm like, what did i just get myself into? don't screw up your words and don't trip. it's a good problem to have. it was fun.
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>> it's a good problem to have, i guess. all the ladies are like, yeah, that's a good problem to have. [ applause ] >> you gave your first impression rose to garrett. >> i know three of the bachelorettes from the past says the first impression rose they gave was the person they chose. did you choose garrett? >> you'll have to wait to find out. >> you're going to make us watch the whole season? >> when the girls told me that, i was like, no pressure, guys. it's a lot to handle, to take in. >> a lot to talk in. we do have a super fan out there who love the show and have a question from one of them. going to play it right now. >> hey, becca, my name is also becca. so i'm wondering how can you tell the difference between the guys just there to get famous and the guys that genuinely want to be with you? >> that is a good question because i saw the one gentleman -- i saw the one gentleman who said that modeling is more than just being extremely good looking. >> jordan. yes. >> how do you know the
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difference? >> it's just time. that first night there's so much going on. everyone is trying to put their best foot forward. that first night i had to go off my gut and feel the vibes and energy but moving forward i had to just ask the right questions and have them ask me the right questions so i could get to the bottom of it sooner. >> i hear next episode you really end it with arie, is that right? >> next episode i will say i do have my favorite date of all time and it's called the rage room and i go in with one lucky guy and we just smash everything from the past and so i walked into this warehouse and it's his old race car from last season. it's the proposal playing on a loop on monitors that we can smash. we had sledgehammers, baseball bats and crowbars, everything. everything was fair game. [ applause ] it was so fun. >> i'm kind of glad i didn't get out of the limo and break up with you. i would have been in trouble.
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>> i could never smash anything with your face on it, michael. come on. >> ah. >> thank you. >> mwah. >> it was so good to meet you. >> so good to meet you. i was nervous to meet you. i'm glad it's finally over. you can see a new episode of "the bachelorette" with becca monday night at 8:00, 7:00 central right here on abc. now we're going to go over to ginger. >> ah, smash room. i like that idea. okay, how about we do your "gma" moment. this will make you smile. you know, royce is hiding because -- i don't know why. i feel like all of us are hiding before a big holiday weekend and check out where he's hiding behind. >> i've lost royce. i'm wondering where he is. >> oh, royce. you know what, you'll find a better hiding place next time. i'm telling you. it's how we feel after the holiday weekend. like where are we going to be next. i'll sit right down here.
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you can't see me, right? thank you for your "gma" moment good tuesday morning. i'm lisa argen waking up to sunshine, just little haze out there. it would be warmer today, cooler tomorrow and thursday but warming up again by the end of the week. highs today will be in the mid-60s at the coast. a little breezy here with the fog returning late in the day. upper 60s downtown, mid-70s at oakland. how about 80 today at palo alto? cooler there. 80 in vallejo, 90 a we are here now with "shark tank's" barbara corcoran. her message about work/life balance is making headlines on her podcast business unusual. the real estate mogul is calling work/life balance a unicorn that doesn't exist, and after 40 years of searching for it she says she's found a better solution, barbara.
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thank you for joining us. do you mind being called a mogul? >> oh of course. you can call me what you want. >> work/life balance doesn't exist, you say. if the balance doesn't exist, what does exist and how have you made things work for you? we know you're a busy mom and obviously a busy mogul. >> yes, of course. i had a realization years ago. i was 40 years unbalanced and then i was running the corcoran group and i had 1,000 agents working for me and i was nursing my first baby and an agent called me and demanded i be at work. i thought this is screwy because i felt guilty about nursing my child. i thought something had to change. this is what i came up with. i divide my life. i divide the time at work strictly at work. my husband wouldn't dare call me at work. it would be over, the marriage. it's the way it is and he knows it. everything i do at work is work related. then when i go home at night, i do everything related to my personal life. i just chunk up my life and i have so much less pressure as a result of not crossing that line. >> how do you do that?
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my daughters facetime me while i'm on the set saying, mom, i need an uber. i mean, how did you make that work? how did you get everybody work for you? >> i'll show you a little tough love. you can stop that as of today. a, you don't have to answer it. that will straighten them out. or you set up their own uber account. >> if it's not uber it's, mom, i forgot to ask for this. i'm on national television right you. >> yes but it's not fair to you. the truth of the matter is you're distracted. >> that's true. >> your heart is there always first. you can't do it. you have to change it. one tip i use at night which has changed everything for the past many years is getting rid of the distraction of e-mails and phone calls. i take my phone the minute i walk into my apartment, i plug it in the outside hallway and don't see it again until i walk out the door. it takes discipline and it took me a good month to really break my habit but what a lifesaver that is. >> no, i mean that sounds amazing. [ applause ]
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but in reality some people have jobs, mine included, but if you're some sort of 24-hour emergency worker or health care provider, a lot don't have that option and have a 24 -- >> of course. >> how do you then -- it's true. you do get distracted from being a parent as well. how can you work that out for people who have jobs like that? >> i have to speak from experience. remember, i had 22 jobs before i was a boss. it's easier when you're a boss. because you're in charge of people's time but there's still so much distraction. when you're not the boss, you have a lot more control of your time than you think you have. you can chunk up your time. you know the difference between work and home and you can really stay true to it. i don't believe that that is necessarily truele unless of course if you're in the ambulance business or something like that but you can control your time a lot more if you sit down and size it up. >> even if you just say for an hour i'm not going to look at my phone and give myself ten minutes to do something and if you even space it out like that where you're not every second with the phone in your hand. >> you're right about that. i have to tell you when i broke my addiction to my phone on off
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hours i felt like it was calling me, barbie, look at me. it's so hard to resist that pull. but you couldn't do it an hour at a chunk but eventually you really can slay that dragon if you realize you're entitled to it. >> i like it because it's -- the balance acts like we're juggling and it's a balancing act but you're saying that this is taking control. >> chopping your time and i have to give you a tip from my brother that i learned. he works for a lot of people pulling at him all the time. when they contact him by e-mail or phone in the morning the e-mail message they get immediately back automatic is i'm in conferences all morning. i'll call you by 12 noon and does the same thing, changes his message in the afternoon, they don't expect to hear film him till 4:00. guess what? everybody waits and he hasn't lost business and he says he's more productive and i totally see that. >> i'll high five that. >> my pleasure. >> you're a boss lady. coming up next, common is here live. stay with us.
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good morning. it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." san jose police say a 13-year-old boy is responsible for this bad crash. he was driving a honda with its lights off last night, running from police, when he hit another car and then crashed into a traffic pole. this all according to police. three other teenagers were in the honda. two were arrested. a third, also a 13-year-old boy, suffered life-threatening injuries. we're going to have a live report on this story on our 11:00 a.m. news. right now we're going to check in with other traffic and alexis smith. >> yeah, we've get a lot of heavy traffic out there right now, reggie. north bay is normally a lighter commute, but southbound 101 at
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sir francis drake, a two-car crash in the two left lanes is gone, but you're jammed solid from novato. westbound 580, richmond side of the richmond-san rafael bridge, we don't have any incidents reported but very heavy approaching the toll plaza. >> thanks, alexis. we'll check ice cream inspired iced coffee is here at dunkin' in the flavors you love, cookie dough, pistachio and butter pecan. and now, enjoy any medium iced coffee for $1.50. america runs on dunkin'.
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good tuesday morning to you. sunny and mild out there. plenty of 60s for mountain view,
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san jose again, upper 80s inland. at the coast, you'll be comfortable in the 60s. and the sea breeze kicks up late in the day. reggie? >> thank you, lisa welcome back to "gma." we have a great audience with us here on this tuesday morning. thank you guys for joining us. appreciate it. and our next guest is a rapper, actor, poet and activist. his new movie "the tale" already has a 100% rating on rotten tomatoes. that's pretty amazing. please welcome common. [ applause ] >> good to see you, man. >> good to see you. >> i'm big into the mustache.
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>> i got to admit this is for a movie. it's like a '70s film i'm doing called "the kitchen." don't think i would be rocking this like every day. my friends have been joking on me calling me a '70s porn star. >> you could pull it off if anybody can, man. you know what, you recently took on a very important role. starbucks has been in the headlines and you're teaming up with them for the new training program that they're doing. tell us about that. >> well, really i just served as a voice of narration for the day that they have today which is about, you know, just starting a conversation and i, you know, what's been happening with black men in america and black people -- starbucks was just a microcosm of how black people
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have been dehumanized, and i wanted to be a part of that conversation. it's important that, you know, you have a black man standing up and saying what we need and just being, you know, with howard schultz, i've had a relationship with him because he first approached me right after michael brown was killed -- howard schultz is the ceo or former ceo of starbucks and after michael brown was killed he was really trying to figure out how to get police and the communities together. and one of the things -- one of the initiatives i worked with him on was getting jobs for people in underserved communities and, you know, i know the heart is in the right place. his heart is in the right place but it has to be more than just the conversation which i think the conversation today is a step but for me as a black man we want to see action and want to see you going to the communities and show -- team up with people who are doing things in the community and figure out from these communities how can you really serve them and we got to hold starbucks accountable and we hold our political officials accountable. any businesses we support and we hold ourselves accountable. that's why i'm a part of this conversation.
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[ applause ] >> you have an emmy, oscar, three grammys, so just one tony and you got the egot. if you could be in any musical, what would it be? >> one of my favorites musicals of all time is "the wiz." i love "the wiz" because i love michael jackson. [ applause ] maybe i would like to do a musical about marvin gaye or gill scott harris so maybe it would be something like that. i would love to do broadway. >> we would love to see new broadway. >> meantime, you have this incredible film. 100% already on rotten tomatoes. you all want to see a little bit of "the tale"? [ applause ] >> these people are important to me. >> who are these people? like i saw a letter from a woman. who is that? >> that was my writing teacher. she introduced him to me. you know and she was there that summer. that's why i went to see her. i'm trying to figure it out. >> why do you want to find them when you're the victim?
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i'm not saying that to -- >> i am not a victim. [ applause ] >> she's dealing with a lot in this movie. this is a different kind of role for you as well. >> yeah, you know, the film is very powerful and it's a story of a woman who as a child at 13 was in a relationship with a 40-year-old man which she considered a relationship but it was child sexual abuse and her coming to grips with that as an adult so me playing her lover and her like fiance is really just as a character, as a human being, as a man i'm there to support her and try to help, you know, as she goes through this healing process. i think it's important, you know, it's a new reel for me but i love it because as a man i got to show a loving man that's
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like, okay, this woman is -- my lady is healing herself and i'm not trying to like lead the way, i'm just trying to be there to support her and give her anything i can give her and, you know, sometimes you don't know all you can give her but you just give them love and i really enjoyed playing that character because usually my characters, i'm shooting somebody in a movie. >> the beautiful thing about this, it's all based on a true story. in fact, the movie is directed by jennifer fox who is here in our audience. >> writer/director. >> jennifer, this movie is based on your life. we said this is a very incredible story. why did you decide to share it? >> i was in my 40s, i was a filmmaker already and i just started hearing every second woman had a story of abuse or, frankly, rape and i was shocked, you know, that i was hearing all this and suddenly as common
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said, what i'd always called a relationship did a seismic shift in my mind and i realized it was sexual abuse but i wasn't able to tolerate calling it that as a child so the film is really about the stories we tell ourselves to survive and how the mind and memory can be protective to take care of yourself with trauma until you're ready to face it and the film is me trying to face it with these amazing actors, common, laura dern, ellen burstyn, elizabeth debicki, jason ritter. [ applause ] >> jennifer, thank you for joining us this morning. thank you for joining us this morning as well and sharing this powerful story about something very close to you in your life and, common, we're still trying to figure out something you're not good at. >> come on, man. >> you're so good at everything. thanks for joining us. "the tale" is available on hbo now. we'll be right back. "the tale" is available on hbo now. we'll be right back.
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when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor.
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welcome back to "gma." i'm here with jenny patinkin. she's a celebrity makeup artist, also the author of a book called "lazy perfection." she's sharing products that can make your skin glow and they're all $20 or less.
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we welcome you jenny. >> thank you. >> we want to explain why our audience members are blindfolded. we'll get to that. a quick question. they're inexpensive and say they're worth a lot more because of these hidden foods. why is that? >> right, so a lot of the foods we eat because they're nourishing and healthy for our bodies can be nourishing as part of our beauty routine. >> so we have -- what's your name? >> sterling. >> she's one of our audience members and she's blindfolded so we're going to have a little fun here and have the audience members who are blind fofolded you're going to have to use your other senses to try to guess which healthy food you're touching and find out why it's so good so, jenny. >> okay, so you can tell me, is this quinoa, chia seeds or wheat germ? quinoa, chia seeds or wheat germ? >> and the answer is? >> wheat germ. >> actually these are chia seeds. you can take your mask off. we sprinkle it on food because
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they're rich in omega-3 and 6s. when you incorporate it into an oil like this one from coco kind, all of these fatty lipids boost the moisture barrier and absorbs quickly. you can get it on, get out the door and you won't feel like an oil slick. >> love it. there you go. let's go over here. we've got another brave audience member. your name? >> gerry. >> you seem nervous. >> don't be nervous. all good. everybody wins. let's do it. >> this is a sniff test. i want you to see if you can determine is this papaya, mango or cantaloupe? papaya, mango or cantaloupe? >> can i lick it? >> no. >> just give it a guess. >> papaya. >> that's right. >> why papaya? >> it's actually a natural exfoliant for your skin. this little mask is a papaya
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enzyme. put it on for just five minutes, dissolves all the dead skins and you're left with fresh, glowing, smooth skin. >> i think we have time for one more. hello. what's your name? >> via. >> we have a test here is a sound test. >> this is a sound test so i'm going to break this piece of food right next to your ear and i want you to tell me was that apple, cucumber or jicama? >> cucumber. >> ah, no, that one was actually apple. >> that's apple. >> and green apple is interestingly is very high in something called malik acid. ma mallik acid fades discoloration in your skin and brightens up your tone, a moisturizer from juice beauty that brightens everything up. >> all under $20. jenny, thank you so much and ladies of the audience, i thank you. [ applause ] we have more information. ginger zee, not to make you smell anything. >> i'll put my hand in some chia
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seeds. anybody have allergies? i have them horrible. i was dying in weekend. this is time for "gma's" pollen report sponsored by claritin. that's right. i'll show you who has it worse. if you're in minneapolis your overall pollen is so high, kansas city too and, yes, here in the northeast. but this is grass alone and i know that's coming. moving north but worse in dallas up through chicago. all right. hope you're doing better than i am. i can see the pollen on the beach today, turning slightly cooler there this afternoon, but 50s to near 60 to start out. 70s and 80s around the bay noontime with 90 inland again. [ applause ] i said none of -- you all have allergies. we all got them. george, let's head to you. >> thank you, ginger. we are back now with a story of mary kay letourneau. you may remember she was a
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teacher sent to prison for having sex with a 13-year-old student then they married, started a family, all told in a new documentary and diane macedo has the details. >> so many have wondered about this relationship. now mary kay letourneau is finally giving viewers an inside look at her controversial life and how she's doing now. >> am i sorry he's the father of my children and that we're married and this is the man of my life? no, i'm not. >> reporter: more than 20 years since the scandal that shocked the nation. >> the 35-year-old teacher who had sex with a 13-year-old sixth grader sentenced to 80 days in prison. >> mary kay letourneau, the then married mother of four who pled guilty to raping her 13-year-old former student vili fualaau is hoping to set the record straight in a new a & e network biography special, "mary kay
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letourneau: autobiography." >> first of all i was a teacher and vili was once a student but we weren't -- there was nothing going on at all when he was a student of mine. >> reporter: letourneau got pregnant and delivered his baby girl before serving her 80-day prison sentence. although the judge ordered her to stay away from him upon her release, she violated her parole. >> i love him. and he was waiting for my call. >> that was like pretty much like the plan to get back together and see each other. >> reporter: letourneau was sent back to jail for seven years where she gave birth to another daughter after serving her sentence the couple got married and blended their families. . a sentence the couple got married and blended their families. fte sentence the couple got married and blended their families. >> my oldest children have come to know vili and they've always known me. now they're grown-ups and have independent lives but in the first years they wanted to be together. >> reporter: now a paralegal she maintains she never knew she was doing anything illegal when she started the affair claiming it was consensual even though the age of consent was and still is
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16. and she says stories of other teachers who have since been convicted for relationships with underage students baffle her. >> it's just that any teacher after what happened to me would go there, at least i can say that i did not know that it was a law. and you knew. after my case, you knew. >> and in 2017 fualaau filed for separation but they still live together in washington state. mary's attorney says they're in counseling working on their issues and "mary kay letourneau: autobiography" airs tonight. >> quite a story. when we come back, jesse j. "gma's" pollen report sponsored by nondrowsy 24-hour claritin. live claritin clear.
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only marshall tuck will change that. year after year, policians fail to improve public schools. tuck turned around failing schools, raising graduation rates 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
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back now with back now with jesse j. the multi-platinum singer released new music for the first time in four years and it's an epic four-part album called "rose." that stands for realization, obsession, sex and empowerment. what is the story behind that name? >> the age of 25 to 30 is a real emotional time, especially for women. i wanted to be honest of what i went through, my struggles, loves and growth and pain and put it in songs that i could give to the world to have as a caption for themselves too. >> we were talking a little before we came back on air and you won a singing competition in china. >> i did. >> how did you enter a singing competition? >> i was the first international artist to ever be asked to do the show.
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i was four and a half months i lived in china. i just got back a month ago and i won. it was a huge, amazing success to bridge the gap between two very different cultures so i'm very proud. >> you should be very proud. you won that competition and now you're going to win us over because you're going to perform a song called "queen." it's from her new album called "rose." everybody give it up for jesse j. >> thank you. ♪ ♪ stop playing with your body ladies ♪ ♪ stop feeling like you're not enough, stop feeding into the haters, stop and give yourself some love ♪ ♪ oh, staring at the mirror getting faded ♪ ♪ saying you'll fall in love ♪ trust me they don't give a -- oh ♪ ♪ tired of saying it, i'm tired
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of feeling this ♪ ♪ the world is changing, it's like expectation of the realness ♪ ♪ let's get naked, start meditating, feel inside ♪ ♪ i love my body, i love my skin ♪ ♪ i am a goddess, i am a queen ♪ i love my body, i love my skin ♪ ♪ i am a goddess, i am a queen >> good morning, america. [ applause ] ♪ stop trying to change who you are, stop cutting yourself up on
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the outside when inside is a scar that can't be healed material isic, ♪ save yourself before you betray yourself ♪ ♪ so tired, ooh ♪ forget expectation ♪ let's get naked, let's get naked ♪ ♪ oh yeah, i love my body ♪ i love my skin, i am a goddess ♪ ♪ i love my body, i love my skin ♪ ♪ i am a goddess, i am a queen ♪ i love my body, i love my
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skin ♪ ♪ i am a goddess, i am a queen ♪ i love my body, i love my skin ♪ ♪ i am queen ♪ ♪ ♪ i love my body, i love my skin ♪ ♪ i am a goddess ♪ i love my body ♪ i love my ♪ i am a ♪ we are all queens [ cheers and applause ]
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i thought after sandy hook, where 20 six and seven year olds were slain, this would never happen again. it has happened more than 200 times in 5 years. dianne feinstein and a new generation are leading the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. california values senator dianne feinstein
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say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump.
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and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have. a big thank you to a big thank you to jesse j. and you all are queens, that's right. thank you everybody for watching.
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ice cream inspired iced coffee is here at dunkin' in the flavors you love, cookie dough, pistachio and butter pecan. and now, enjoy any medium iced coffee for $1.50. america runs on dunkin'. well, before it was even founded, a french teenager, bienville, scared away a british warship with just a story. and great stories kept coming. like when the military came and built the boats to win the war. [warplane] some are tales told around crowded tables.... [streetcar rumble] and others are performances fit for the stage. stella! cause for three hundred years, great stories have started the same way. one time, in new orleans.
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good morning. it's 8:59. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." let's check in with lisa argen with a look at our hot weather. >> hi, there, reggie. good morning to you. it's another quick warm-up today. temperaturesill be above average, except at the coast, where you're going to feel that sea breeze. 72 in san jose, 59 in san francisco, and isn't this gorgeous downtown? 68 in novato, 73 in concord, so you'll have 90s in our inland valleys, 70s around the bay, and mid-60s at the coast. alexis? >> all right, good morning, lisa. taking a look at the roads here, we had an earlier disabled vehicle and a crash right around southbound 101 near willow and university. both incidents gone, but you're stop-and-go back up into san carlos. and a little heavy westbound 80 on the bay bridge into san francisco, but no incidents blocking in this stretch.
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reggie? >> thanks, alexis. "live with kelly and ryan" starts in one moment. we'll be back at 11:00 a.m. for the abc7 midday news. and our reporting always continues on our news app >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, star of the big bang theory, jim parsons. and to chat with this year's bachelorette, becca kufrin. plus, the viewers have spoken. a special performance from "live"'s "american idol" encore. all next on "live!" and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪


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