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any? good morning, america. breaking news. president trump arrives back in washington moments ago declaring there is no long aar threat from north korea. after that historic summit, thanking kim jong-un and blasting his critics. fellow republicans wonder if he gave up too much for too little. the questions growing about that agreement and what it means for our military. also breaking, extreme fire danger. massive wildfires torching thousands of acres out west, mandatory evacuations ordered from california to colorado. flames threatening homes near beverly hills and national forests are closed. now, new concerns about that dangerous heat. the fire warnings this morning. dramatic crash caught on camera. a car barreling into a toll plaza sending a passenger flying through the air. everyone miraculously surviving.
now, a new warning about drowsy driving as millions hit the road traveling for summer. ♪ and the race to rescue this raccoon. sending the internet into overdrive. this little guy scaling a building more than 20 stories high, people around the country watching live. the effort under way to save it. ♪ good morning, america. great to have everyone with us on this wednesday or hump day. >> yes, that's right, hump day. >> hump day. yep. , something to get excited about. the u.s. has won the bid to host the 2026 world cup with canada and mexico, all of our two soccer fans. in our studio. >> my husband is cheering really
loudly from home right now. >> he is a big soccer fan. >> oh, yeah, loves it. everyone is excited at my house. >> everyone here is excited, just containing it. we have more on that coming up a little bit later in the show. and also, just moments ago, president trump arriving back in washington, d.c., of course, after that historic summit in singapore. >> but there are still a lot of questions this morning about what was actually agreed to and what comes next. george leading our coverage from singapore and, george, the president just tweeting about this. >> he sure did. and he was definitive, amy. he said there is no longer a nuclear threat from north korea but as you said there are lots of questions. the president's summit with kim jong-un has really delivered a shock to the entire global system. it's being felt in capitals all across this region, being felt in china and south korea. we're also getting the first reaction from north korea. got to show you this here, this is the the official north korean newspaper, 34 pictures of the trump/kim summit. lots of talk about the president's concessions saying the president has agreed to stop those military actions, also
saying something the white house has not said publicly, that the president committed also to ending sanctions, to lifting sanctions on north korea, but check this out. in a six-page spread, the word denuclearization appears just once. it's that one tiny word highlighted in yellow right there, and it doesn't even say that it's north korea that's committed to denuclearizing but say it is an obligation on both sides. there are, as you say, lots and lots of questions right now, want to bring in our chief white house correspondent jon karl. lots of questions on capitol hill as well but the president is being definitive. >> reporter: the president absolutely is being definitive on this despite those questions. take a look at another tweet. he said, before taking office people were assuming that we were going to war with north korea. president obama said that north korea was our biggest and most dangerous problem. no longer, sleep well tonight. so, despite those questions being asked by some members of his own party, the president clearly believes he has scored a master stroke here that could define his presidency.
on the long flight home from singapore, the president offered a big thank you to his new negotiating partner. the world has taken a big step back from its potential nuclear catastrophe, he tweeted. no more rocket launches, nuclear testing or research. the hostages are back home with their families. thank you to chairman kim, our day together was historic. overnight, north korean state media lauded the deal saying it has put an end to the extreme hostile relations between north korea and the u.s. >> okay. >> reporter: at home, the reaction has been mixed. some of the president's fellow republicans openly wondering if he gave up too much for too little. >> i read the statement and it's difficult for me to see if something was actually agreed to or not. >> reporter: one concession that is raising concerns, what the president told george about putting an end to the joint u.s./south korean military exercises.
>> did you talk about pulling troops out? >> we're not going to play the war games. you know, i wanted to stop the war games. i thought they were very provocative but also think they're very expensive. >> reporter: ending the war games has long been a north korean demand, and in the past, the u.s. has said they're essential for military readiness. >> i'm doing something that i've wanted to do from the beginning, we stopped playing those war games that cost us a fortune. we're spending a fortune every number of months we're doing war games with south korea and i said, what's this costing? >> reporter: the pentagon said defense secretary mattis was consulted on the offer, but the move caught south korea by surprise. in the joint agreement signed by the two men, president trump promised unspecified security guarantees for kim and kim declared his, quote, unwavering commitment to denuclearization of the korean peninsula. the details on how this will be done, and whether it will be verified, are still to be worked
out. >> you trust him? >> i do trust him. now, will i come back in a year and you'll interview and i said, gee, i made a mistake, it's always possible. dealing at a high level. a lot of things can change. a lot of things are possible. he trusts me. i believe, i really do. >> reporter: there is no mention of human rights although the president has called north korea the most brutally repressive regime on earth. >> do you still believe that is the case having sat down with kim jong-un and does he need to change that? >> jon, i believe it's a rough situation over there. there's no question about it and we did discuss it today pretty strongly. >> a new story, a new beginning. >> reporter: and there are new details about the slickly produced video that president .rump says he showed kim during the white house says it was created by the national security council to help the president demonstrate the benefits of complete denuclearization, and a vision of a peaceful and prosperous korean peninsula. and about the president's praise for kim jong-un, his personal
praise for the dictator, he's getting some pushback on that. marco rubio, a republican senator from florida, says that kim jong-un is not a talented guy. he inherited his family business from his dad and grandfather. he is a total weirdo. now, rubio also says that the president was simply trying to butter him up to get a better deal, but all this lavish praise on kim jong-un is something that is not sitting well with a lot of republicans. >> and everyone trying to figure to broaden out the conversation and let's talk about the military exercises. first, a lot of confusion. we have the wind blowing. a lot of confusion over exactly what will be suspended for how long and whether we're going to continue to work with the south koreans. >> reporter: exactly. the pentagon and defense secretary jim mattis may say they weren't surprised by the announcement, but they clearly don't know the details because u.s. forces in south korea said we have not gotten any updated guidance and there's another big exercise scheduled for august, so does that shut down? they just don't know.
>> you can't just stop military training. >> reporter: you can never stop military training, and i think that's the distinction that they will draw. these massive exercises with south korea, maybe they'll move them further away from the korean peninsula, but you can't stop training. i've been to those bases many times. the motto is ready to fight tonight and that's pretty much the motto of all of the military. you have to do those bombing runs. the president talked about that. they fly all the way to guam. what a waste of money. you have to stay trained in those aircraft, in all those jobs you do in the military, so i suspect there's going to be a scaling back or moving it someplace else or, oh, these war games, we'll call these the war games, we may stop those, but you can't stop everything. >> and as the president said the u.s. troops in south korea aren't going anywhere right now. this line from the north koreans, jon, that the president committed to lifting sanctions. that goes directly against what the secretary of state has said. >> reporter: absolutely, and what the white house is doing is we're referring back to the joint communique which says nothing about lifting sanctions.
the president was asked again about this and he said they need to first take those steps towards denuclearization, in fact, the argument -- what they've been saying consistently is they have to fully denuclearize because they get any released. >> and the north koreans are saying step by step. thanks to you both. safe travels back. back to you robin. >> we'll be back to you in windy singapore in a bit. george, thank you. now to those massive wildfires are raging out west r also forcing evacuations in los angeles. abc's kayna whitworth is there make the situation worse across the region? >> reporter: absolutely, robin. good morning. hot and dry conditions, we have six states that are under extreme fire conditions today. with the temperature rising and the humidity level dropping, it takes just a spark to destroy thousands of acres. this morning from california to
oklahoma, tinder dry conditions stoking fires. >> the landscaper that works across the street ran up and said that there was a fire and i looked out and the side of the hill was on fire. >> reporter: residents forced to flee their homes tuesday as flames swirled near this neighborhood in beverly hills, threatening million-dollar mansions and the homes of numerous stars. helicopters battling the blaze from above. crews attacking from the ground as well. fighting to control the fast-moving flames. i ngwhng then all of a sudden, the helicopters, like, right above, and i'm thinking, this is not good. >> reporter: in nevada, this brush fire erupting overnight spurring voluntary evacuations. in utah, homes fully engulfed. residents resorting to using garden hoses in a desperate attempt to fight the blaze. and in colorado, massive wildfires displacing thousands of people and destroying tens of thousands of acres.
firefighters flying infrared drones over the beverly hills last night saw no hot spots so they allowed residents back if their homes. but authorities telling us the fire started by someone using equipment to remove brush and the heat from that equipment is what ignited the hillside. amy? >> all right, kayna, thanks so much. let's head over to ginger who has more on the dangerous heat and what it could mean for goode fires raging right now. >>myitoet look good conditions-wise for the next three days. 45 large wildfires, many of them in alaska but many of them right there in the southwest and that excessive heat is on. there is a warning for heat of more than 110 degrees for many of the areas you see in pink. the red flag warnings meaning high fire danger from utah through colorado and there's just one thing that i can tell you. there's places like phoenix or tucson that haven't seen rain for more than three bud in the pacific is moving north, and we're going to get some of that moisture pouring into new mexico and colorado. and arizona. so that could help as we go
through the weekend. >> thank you, ginger. from the wildfires to new trouble for that dancing fbi agent whose gun went off at a colorado bar after a backflip, you can see there. 29-year-old chase bishop turned himself in to police and has been charged with second-degree assault. abc's clayton sandell has the latest in denver. good morning, clayton. >> reporter: good morning, michael. that agent, chase bishop is scheduled for his first court appearance this morning in denver. he is already facing that one assault charge, but prosecutors warn more could be coming. this morning, the fbi agent whose dance moves went viral for all the wrong reasons turning himself in. 29-year-old chase bishop surrendering to police tuesday charged with one count of assault in the second degree. the june 2nd incident all caught on tape, showing bishop, off duty at the time, doing a backflip at this denver bar when his gun falls to the dance floor. he bends down to pick it up accidentally firing a single shot, hitting 24-year-old tom
rennington in the leg. >> i heard a loud bang and i thought, oh, some idiot set off a firecracker. all of a sudden my -- from the knee down became completely red and that's when it clicked in my head, oh, i've been shot. >> party shot in the leg. >> i don't blame the guy. i don't want to ruin his life. i just want a private phone call from this guy. >> reporter: this morning, the fbi isn't commenting on the charges, but has said bishop will be held accountable. the district attorney says the agent and decorated former army captain may be facing more charges, once lab tests are back that will show if or how much bishop had been drinking. and i did speak with bishop's attorney overnight. he says this whole thing has been devastating both for bishop and for the man that has been shot. bishop has not yet entered a plea. robin? >> i would say primarily for the man that was shot. all right, clayton, thank you. and now to the announcement rocking the fashion world, guess co-founder paul marciano stepping down after accusations of inappropriate conduct.
now, you may recall supermodel kate upton coming to "gma" to discuss that. linsey davis is here with the new developments. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, robin. teenagers growing up in the '80s likely remember it, that famous upside-down tr wanted groping by designer paul marciano, a restructuring is now under way. marciano is leaving his post at the iconic clothing company he co-founded. guess now announcing its co-founder paul marciano is stepping down as the company's executive chairman after a sexual misconduct investigation into allegations of improper behavior. the company announced tuesday in an s.e.c. filing that its investigation found that on certain occasions, mr. marciano exercised poor judgment in his communications with models and photographers, and in placing himself in situations in which plausible allegations of improper conduct could and did arise. adding that marciano and the
company paid $500,000 to five women to avoid the cost of litigation and without admitting liability or fault. ♪ earlier this year, actress and model, kate upton, accused him of harassing her when she was just 18, during a lingerie shoot, alleging, he forcibly grabbed my breasts and starting feeling them and grabbed the back of my head so i could not move and started kissing my face and my neck. marciano denied the claims calling them preposterous, something upton addressed when she sat down with robin here on "gma." >> i think it speaks to how he's treated these allegations in the past and it used to work before but that's not the case anymore and we're being heard and our stories are taken seriously. >> reporter: this story was first reported by the blast. the s.e.c. filing notes that some allegations against marciano were not able to be corroborated. guess has appointed marciano's brother to take his place as chairman of the board while marciano has resigned as chairman, he will remain on the board. >> all right, linsey, thanks
very much. michael. >> thanks so much, linsey. thank you, robin. now to that blockbuster deal that could have a major effect on your phone and tv bills and the kind of service you get. a federal judge approving at&t's $85 billion takeover of time warner and our chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis is here. rebecca, tell us what this means for the consumer. >> reporter: hey, michael. yeah. good morning. this makes at&t an extremely powerful company, and what it means for the consumer is that now housed under one roof will be satellite, wireless, hbo, cnn, tnt, tbs and warner brothers, that, again, means that at&t wields a lot of power and for an at&t consumer what it might mean is more opportunity, more types of services on your phone, on your directv. you're going to have access to potentially more content. the argument is also that at&t now might, might allow people who have an at&t wireless service or a directv service,
they might allow them to stream without using the data so alofs because they're owned by at&t if you have an at&t plan all of a sudden you can stream that without -- >> make you want to go to at&t for that plan. >> that's why they want it. >> when you get more, it usually comes with a higher price. what about price and privacy? >> and this has been the big argument going, this would raise prices because oftentimes when you have mergers they can hike prices because it takes away competition. that was the argument that was made by the department of justice. the judge in this case didn't rule that way. the judge in this case said that, actually, i don't see the argument, but now that at&t can compete with companies like netflix and amazon better. >> wow. >> yeah. >> we have a long way to go. i guess we'll keep our eye out. and sees how it works out. >> when the story broke i said we'll have rebecca on to
abrlcup ju menag ccer governing body rig tcit a joint north the 2026 games, beating morocco, 134-65. fortunately, you don't have to wait for 2026 for the world cup, the 2018 tournament actually starts tomorrow. but, unfortunately, for the first time in decades the u.s. men's national team did not qualify. won't be competing but you know what, we have another chance in 2022. >> keep hope alive. >> we got to do that ancestry thing to see where you're from and you root for them. >> exactly, there you go. let's get over to ginger. >> stormy cities brought to you by carmax.
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good morning. i'm natasha zouves from "abc7 mornings." a hit-and-run crash left a woman hurt in san jose. it happened near north capital avenue and mckee road. a witness says a woman was walking in the crosswalk when she was hit by an suv around 2:30 this morning. she was thrown about 25 to 30 feet. the suv, possibly a chevy suburban, drove away. the woman was conscious and was talking when first responders got there. she is now being treated at the hospital. let's get to alexis smith with a check of traffic. hey, alexis. hey, good morning. i want to head to fremont, where things are slowly improving on southbound 880. we had a four-car crash just before stevenson that's cleared to the shoulder, but boy, we have stop-and-go traffic up to state route 92. also looking at heavy traffic on southbound 683, walnut creek. nothing blocking, just typical delays. natasha? >> thank (sound of footsteps)
yeah, temperatures range from about 50 in half moon bay to some 60s in the south bay, inland, east bay and up in clear lake, cloverdale mid-to-upper 60s. lots of hazy sunshine out there and hot asphalt if you're driving today with i'll bet your thermometer hitting 100 in our inland valleys. ferry will be gusty all afternoon and mass transit, quite a spread, 30 to 40 degrees from maybe san francisco to our east bay valleys, where we'll be in the mid-to-upper 90s once again. a cooling trend starts tomorrow through saturday, pretty comfortable for father's day. natasha? >> mike, thank you. coming up, a dramatic crash caught on camera, a passenger ejected from the car as it plows right into a toll plaza. there is a new warning about drowsy driving this morning. and we'll have another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes and always on our news app and abc7news.com. join mike, reggie, alexis, jessica and me for
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♪ she's so high welcome back to "gma." you're looking at that cute raccoon that's captivating the internet. a top trend on twitter overnight after it climbed to the 32rd story. of that office building early tuesday. so many people were watching and, of course, rooting for its rescue and we have the latest coming up on that. >> i know some people say why didn't they just open a window and let it in but you could not -- >> it could be dangerous. >> you can't open those windows to that building. >> all right. >> yes, it can be dangerous as well. >> much more coming up. but first, the headlines we're following. president trump back in washington, d.c. this morning after that historic summit and celebrating a personal victory. republican mark sanford, a ut pt nit teesp losing in the celebrtheir stanles
thousands of fans. they painted the town red in tuesday's parade. they waited 44 years to see the capitals win their first championship, and what a celebration it was. also, a celebration there in oakland. they're getting used to championship parades there, but did not stop hundreds of thousands coming out to celebrate the golden state warriors' third nba title in just four years. and officers also celebrating and taunting lebron james and the cavs there. >> oh, come on, now. you're better than that. you're better than that. yeah, come on. that's pretty funny. >> i'm laughing. is it wrong? >> no, no. we're going to switch gears now to the case of the man who police say killed six people before turning the gun on himself. authorities say it was all part of a revenge plot related to his divorce, and now his ex-wife is breaking her silence. our chief national
correspondent, matt gutman is in scottsdale with more on all this. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. in addition to hearing from that ex-wife, dr. connie jones, we spent yesterday talking to two other intended targets, one of them was the divorce attorney involved, the other was a family therapist, and now what everybody seemed to agree upon is that dwight jones was a ticking time bomb. the only question was when he was going to explode. the murder spree terrorized the phoenix area, and now the gunman's ex-wife and primary target, says it was inevitable. >> i knew that one day we would be in a situation where he was trying to kill me, and i felt that i had a personal terrorist. >> reporter: dr. connie jones speaking for the first time since her ex-husband dwight jones murdered six people. >> we had to continue our vigilance because i still knew that this was a man that would not stop until he got me. >> reporter: and when he couldn't get her, police say he targeted lawyers and
psychologists, and ultimately bystanders involved in that bitter near decade-long divorce battle. jones eventually taking his own life but while he lived he refused to leave connie jones alone. >> we had three safe houses, we had countless rental cars, we had an attack-trained dog. >> reporter: this was her private investigator then became her husband. >> i knew this was dwight jones. >> reporter: during the middle of that shooting spree he reached out to the police telling them that jones was their suspect. a day later connie's lawyer in that brutal divorce elizabeth feldman came to the same conclusion. she was away from her office when it was attacked. >> the police suggested that i not go home and i made sure that my daughter wasn't home and she was out doing her thing and we stayed away from the home until monday. >> reporter: another intended target who survived was karen kolbe, a jones family therapist. in what way was this unusual? >> this case was by far the most
fraught with potential for violence as anything i've ever worked on ever. >> reporter: now, robin, for a number of years, injunctions against him prevented dwight jones from legally obtaining a firearm, but after a number of years, those injunctions lapsed and i'm told by law enforcement sources that by the time he became a serial shooter it was perfectly legal for him to have and obtain firearms. i'm also told by the time he killed himself in that hotel room -- and this is chilling -- he had obtained multiple weapons, including an ar-style rifle, robin. >> oh, my. matt, thank you. now to that new warning about the dangers of drowsy driving as millions of americans get ready to hit the road over the summer, that out-of-control car crashed into a toll plaza in florida launching a passenger into the air as you see there. everyone survived and gio benitez is here with the story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: oh, michael. good morning. yeah. this video is incredibly
reamatic, the man is alive and . now of you may find it disturbing but law enforcement officials believe it is important you watch because this warning ahead of the summer travel season could save a life. watch as this car barrels down the florida turnpike at full speed before slamming into a and look closer. the passenger ejected. watch as he flies through the windshield and lands 30 feet away near the toll booth. >> when we talked to the driver, he doesn't remember the crash. >> reporter: according to the crash report, the driver was either asleep or fatigued at the wheel. >> i think a lot of people think that they can get through it either by drinking coffee or shaking themselves awake, but this is a problem. >> reporter: these kinds of accidents are dangerously common. approximately 10% of crashes are caused by driver fatigue. we've seen it happen in video after video like this woman falling asleep behind the wheel and watch this accident. a man thrown from the driver's seat. even professionals doze off.
this truck driver drifting causing a huge pileup. back in florida, the highway patrol tweeting out that dramatic video with a clear warning, pull over in a safe place to rest before continuing to drive. absolutely, just for a few minutes. and this morning, we're told that the passenger is doing well, and suffered only nonlife-threatening injuries. just incredible. the four others in the car are also okay. the national sleep foundation say you don't always know that you're too tired to drive. heavy eyelids are telltale signs. >> the passenger in that car was not wearing a seat belt. >> the only one not wearing a seat belt. >> lucky to be alive. >> absolutely. >> thank you so much, gio. off the coast of the florida keys. 911 calls from a desperate family of six sinking in this boat. take a listen. >> please help us, please help us, please help us, we're going over. >> ma'am, make sure that everyone has on their life jacket.
>> everyone has a life vest on. please help us. >> they were caught in a sudden storm. you could hear them telling operators they could even see the seven-mile bridge in the distance, and cars passing over it. and fortunately, a good samaritan boat came to their rescue, and the two adults and four children are doing fine this morning. the sheriff said it certainly helped. we just were talking about seat belts that everyone was wearing life jackets in that boat and that is part of the reason why they're all okay this morning. >> those storms can come on so quickly. >> yes. >> and you hear those calls, it just hits you in the heart. >> glad everybody is okay. coming up, we have the mom that's angry with united airlines claiming an employee told her the flight would not take off until she installed her infant's car seat incorrectly, the mom is saying. we have the airline's response this morning. come on back. response this morning. come on back. today, historical sites are disappearing, but ai can help us bring history back to life. to recreate historical sites, we had to stitch hundreds of pictures one by one. with microsoft ai, we are able to stitch hundreds of thousands of pictures
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daughter mila seated in a car seat next to her. she says the car seat was facing backwards just like experts suggest for children under 2. but says a gate agent told her that the plane would not take off unless she placed the car seat facing forward. >> i've researched everything heavily so i knew that if i had her forward facing just like in a car any bump, anything, her neck isn't strong enough. >> reporter: infants are precious cargo. the faa recommends purchasing a separate ticket for children under the age of 2 and using a car seat instead of carrying them in your lap. why? take a look at this faa crash simulation. a 20-pound baby buckled on its parent's lap flies away with the force of a 100-pound missile. the reason, in events like extreme turbulence, an infant's weight can triple and our arms have trouble holding on. >> if you have severe turbulence, your child can fly
out of your hands, hit their head, and they can be killed. >> reporter: hutchins said she argued to keep her daughter's seat facing backward but felt pressured to turn it around. >> i feel like i was being intimidated to put my daughter in danger. when the flight got a little bit bumpy because we hit a patch of turbulence i was holding her head back to her seat so that she would be safe. >> reporter: and 20 minutes before landing, she says a flight attendant reviewed that faa policy and let her fix her daughter's car seat for landing. united acknowledging the gate agent made a mistake telling abc news our customers' safety is our top priority. we have been in touch with the customer and have apologized for her experience. hutchins just hoping her story saves families' frustration in the future. >> i think that every organization needs to take accountability, know what their policies are and make sure that everybody is aware. >> okay, amy, so we have a little demonstration for you. we have airline seats and we have the car seat which is very similar to the one that mom used and, of course, we know
according to faa guidelines, and according to the guidelines of this particular car seat, you have to ride rear facing until the baby is around 2. but the gate agent approached her and said you have to put the car seat forward. >> you were explaining what happens to the baby's head. >> look at this. the buckle barely fits, a, and then as the mom said in the piece she had to hold the baby's head because it's that turbulence which can triple the weight of the infant so, again, up to two years they need to -- >> i learned something too. because that's very different from when i was a mom with young kids. >> i'm getting anxiety just thinking about traveling with my children. >> we know rear facing and the airlines are on board with it. >> that's right. >> thank you, paula. michael, over to you. coming up, the race to rescue this raccoon scaling this building. ki the internet byto , the race to rescue this raccoon scaling this building. taking the internet by storm. stretche th scarred soaked
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back now with that rescue -- raccoon rescue. rescue? that rascally raccoon. the raccoon rescue taking social media by storm. take a look at this little guy scaling an office building in st. paul, minnesota. 23 stories up. the race to save it has been trending. it is trending right now. diane macedo is here and, diane, this little guy is captivating people across the country. >> and including me, who watched this unfold overnight. talk about suspense. so this actually started on monday when the raccoon was on a nearby building.
workers tried to rescue it, but instead the raccoon made its way to this massive skyscraper and took us all on a journey. >> reporter: a minnesota raccoon is an internet sensation this morning after captivating the world with a daredevil stunt. >> he's moving. >> reporter: the animal set its sights on st. paul's ubs tower, one of the city's tallest skyscrapers and started to climb. one floor at a time pausing for naps and breaks, and accruing an international audience along the way. the staff of minnesota public radio watched intently from their headquarters. >> right up on this building up here, you'll see those two stories of lit windows. he's actually on a windowsill two flights above that right on the corner of this building. >> reporter: #nprraccoon soon started trending and someone launched an account in its name tweeting updates on the journey and this regretful message. i made a big mistake. >> it's really frightening to watch him move up and down this building.
people gasp and worry as he goes from floor to floor. >> reporter: finally, after many attempts to lure it to safety, the raccoon made it to the roof. and the world let out a sigh of relief. but i'm happy to report just a little while ago, ubs plaza posted on twitter -- after a delicious meal of soft cat food, the raccoon has been >> i was watching the overnight talking about this. >> d.b. cooper, the raccoon. >> that's it. >> always good to have you, diane. thank you. we'll be right back. diane. we'll be right back.
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hey, good morning to you. i'm natasha zouves from "abc7 mornings." it's going to be hot in the bay area today and meteorologist mike nicco says a cooldown is on the way. >> it is on the way after today. hi, everybody. no june gloom here as we look at the golden gate bridge. yard work, do it tomorrow when it's cooler. sunny and cooler at the ocean and breezy over the bay today, especially starting at 3:00. 60s at the coast to 70s around san francisco and oakland, 80s for the rest of the bay, 90s inland. this evening you'll start to notice the sea breeze and its cooler effects. you'll notice it tomorrow afternoon through saturday, our coolest day. alexis? all right, checking out the bay bridge toll plaza right now, looking pretty typical. unless you're in the carpool lanes, you'll have to wait to get through the metering lights. no major incidents, but slow spots and drive times just under an hour westbound 580 tracy to dublin. westbound 4 between antioch and concord is up to 32 minutes and slight delay southbound 101 san rafael to san francisco. coming up, a health alert
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking news. president trump arrives back in washington this morning tweeting about that historic summit with the dictator of north korea. declaring there is no longer a nuclear threat saying everybody can now feel much safer than the day he took office but there are questions now about the agreement from our allies and capitol hill. what does it mean for our military? we're in singapore with the latest. health alert. the new warning that heart medication and birth control pills can lead to depression. dr. jen ashton is here to break it down. the bachelorette episode that made history for all the wrong reasons. not one, but two contenders ending up in the hospital. now, the nfl player who had to choose between his broken heart and broken bones speaks out overnight. ♪ i'm on my way "flea market flip." lara is headed back to the field to show you how to reimagine big bargains as show-stopping new pieces.
amy joining her. wait till you see what this turns into and tips from the experts that score you a dazzling deal. and double trouble. jon hamm and ed helms here live this morning and they're saying -- >> both: good morning, america. >> they said it. good morning, america. happy wednesday to everyone. you know it's going to be great one when you have jon hamm and ed helms here. >> they were funny yesterday. also this morning, talk about a special delivery. wait until you see what a pizza company is doing going to extremes. you get a hint right there to keep your pizza pie safe. >> what? >> oh, yes, they did. >> we'll explain. but first we have a lot of news of course to get to.
president trump arriving back in washington this morning after that historic summit in singapore, so what happens next? so, let's go back to george who is there in singapore. good morning again, george. >> good morning, robin. that is the big question, what's happening here right now, there is a big concert behind me so that's bleeding over into you guys is what you're hearing. there are so many questions coming out of the meeting. just five hours on the ground here behind closed doors for kim jong-un and president trump. what they hope is they created a brand-new dynamic between their countries with that handshake and around the world. of course, so many questions about what exactly they agreed to. what it means, what is going to happen going forward. already differences in interpretation. the north koreans saying this morning that the president had agreed to lift sanctions on north korea, the united states says that's not the case right now, not until all those nuclear weapons are gone from north korea. the north koreans are de-emphasizing that, of course, lots of questions, as well on capitol hill, especially about what's going to happen now about
what president trump called the war games that he said will no longer take place, the u.s. and south korea training together on the borders of north korea, of course, there does have to be training as martha raddatz was telling us in the last hour. but maybe there will be some shifts so that it is seen as a less provocative stance by the north koreans. i do have to say, robin, when i saw the president yesterday in that interview right after he signed that agreement with kim jong-un, he did seem energized by this. he believes that by taking this top-down approach, having that meeting which some saw as too much of a concession with kim jong-un, he could change the dynamic here and really put us on a path towards peace, the devil is going to be in the details. we don't know if the north koreans are truly committed to getting rid of their nuclear weapons. one sign this morning in the north korean papers, just one tiny word mentioning that over six pages of coverage so, it's a dicey situation going forward but one that the president hopes
has really sent a shock to the system here and around the world that will lead to a brand-new relationship between the united states, north korea, china and our allies. >> that is the definite hope and as you said, the devil is in the details and we'll see going forward. you're there by yourself. there is nobody left in singapore, george. you're the only one. last man standing. >> one by one they went. jon and martha ran to the airport a half an hour ago. my producers are leaving soon. i have till tomorrow morning but i have a vacation coming up so i'm not complaining. >> well, you and, again, we said this yesterday, you, george, everyone there in front of the camera, behind the camera, your coverage of the summit has just been absolutely stellar and could not be more proud offence -- of abc news and how you covered that event so be safe. you have earned that vacatioor trav see you guys soon. >> take care. >> we will see him soon, definitely earned that vacation.
now to the new plans of making highchairs safer. the consumer product safety commision is approving new standards to prevent accidents. abc's david kerley has details from washington. good morning to you, david. >> reporter: good morning, michael. this is an effort to try to cut the number of young children injured by highchairs by requiring some design changes. listen to this, in the last two years 2015 and 2016 the consumer product safety commision says that more than 18,000 children were treated in emergency rooms for injuries in a highchair. the most common cases, youngsters trying to climb in or out of a highchair or rocking in the chair leading to it tipping over. so this morning, the government is saying that manufacturers will have to add to their highchairs more rearward stability to prevent tipping, more restraints including three-point restraints and more warning labels on the dangers of children in these chairs. now, once these rules are published in the next couple of days or the next couple of weeks, man if he can churchers
will have one year to make the changes to their chairs, which, michael, the government is hoping will protect more children. those numbers are striking, 18,500. >> thank you so much, david. now to a health alert about prescription medications and depression. a study out in "the journal of the american medical association" warning hundreds of common drugs, including heart medication, birth control can all cause depression and dr. jen ashton is here. so, jen, good morning and tell us about this study and the medications involved. >> it's all about risk versus benefit with these prescription medication, amy. they looked at over 26,000 people, surveyed them. what medications they were on, over 200 are known to have a possible side effect of causing depression including, look at this list some birth control pill, heart medications like beta blockers, acid blockers, pain meds, muscle relaxants and sedatives like xanax. the more medications people are on the more likely they were to
have depression as a side effect. >> acid blockers. i would have never thought -- what can people do? >> this is a reminder when you're put on a medication seen something that's over the counter, it is not meant to be autopilot. you need to talk to your health care provider about follow-up. the dose may need to be adjusted. and if you develop a side effect that outweighs the benefits you're getting that is when you need to reassess your therapy. >> people might not connect this is why i'm feeling different. >> exactly. it's very, very important to look at the whole picture. >> dr. jen ashton, always important. >> doctors recognizing this, people already tweeting about this as they do. thank you for this. i have seen it in my mom but her doctors disregard it. >> you have to balance that therapeutic effect with any side effects and find the medication that works for that person and that condition. >> thank you so much, dr. jen. okay, amy, coming up we have brad and angelina jolie, their bitter custody battle. why she could potentially lose primary custody of the kids. her response this morning.
and that bacher bombshell. the nfl player injured trying to win becca's heart taking him out of the game and the show. >> broken arm and a broken heart. >> we've all been there. well, at least the heart, not the arm part. we hear what he's saying about it now and lara is upstairs. >> hello, michael. so as you know, your pals are here, jon hamm, ed helms, two funny guys so get ready to laugh. we also have this incredible audience. we'll be right back. "gma." does this map show the peninsula trail? you won't find that on a map. i'll take you there. take this left. if you listen real hard you can hear the whales. oop. you hear that?
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bretus shared this story on twitter. he loved the original movie so much as a 9-year-old he asked his mom to help find spielberg's address and requested to be in the sequel if there ever was one, andrew got a letter back from spielberg's production company explaining how film casting works and that he should get an agent and they wished him great success. well, guys, fast forward 25 years andrew clearly took that advice to heart. he has acted in "unbreakable kimmy schmidt" and guess who was in the audience for that first episode of "snl" he wrote, none other than steven spielberg. [ applause ] >> that's great. >> andrew shared this picture of a raptor tattoo that he put on the back of his leg in honor of that movie all those years ago that launched him on his path in life. >> that's amazing. >> the raptor. he's committed. >> he said his mom taught him if you have a dream, go for it.
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>> and all night. also, pizza is in the news. domino's making the world a safer place for its pizza, one pothole at a time. the company has now contracted a fleet of asphalt trucks and road rollers, this is real, in an inr ng paving fo pizza. so far they have fixed over 200 potholes in four u.s. cities so pizzas can be delivered to customers without being overly jostled. i guess they were really looking for an innovative marketing strategy. this is it. apparently they want to throw more dough at this project. pun intended. >> oh! >> ding, ding, ding. >> domino's is accepting requests for its next project on its website. just go to -- >> the fdr. >> yes, please. check out their website if you would like to request your city,
pavingforpizza.com. the next time you see a sign for an estate sale or yard sale, i'm telling you, it could pay to pull over. roll up your sleeves, take a look. because things like what i'm about to tell you really happen. this vase found in an attic wrapped in newspaper stashed in a shoe box just sold for $19 million. >> what! >> at sotheby's in paris, 12 inches tall, the porcelain vase is hand-painted dated back to the ching dynasty. they knew it was old. they had no idea it was that valuable. in fact, when they brought it into the auction house they brought it in the subway and carried it in that same old shoe box. >> wow. >> a good find. >> whoo. >> once again that is why you -- >> brake for yard sales, people. if i may to that end in just a few minutes, we're going to do something on "flea market flip" where you'll see people like amy who have great eyes go to flea
markets. >> it was fun. >> amazing tips coming up. >> a lot to look forward to. thk u,a. now to our "gma" cover story, angelina jolie reportedly at risk of losing primary pitt. eva pilgrim is here with the latest. what is going on? >> reporter: good morning. they were once one of the hottest couples in hollywood. but things have gotten icy between angelina jolie and brad pitt. the two are in the process of getting a divorce, now fighting over their children, and a judge reportedly warning jolie stop blocking her kids' relationship with her father or the court will take away much of their time with her. former hollywood power couple, brad pitt and angelina jolie entrenched in a bitter custody battle over their children. >> yeah, it's between you and me. >> reporter: the blast reporting the court has ordered jolie to help repair her children's relationship with their father or risk losing primary custody saying, if the minor children remain closed down to their father, it may result in a
reduction of the time they spend with jolie and may result in the court ordering primary custody to pitt. adding, the six children not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them. back in 2016, reports of child abuse allegations surfaced against pitt stemming from an alleged argument on board a private plane. but the matter was closed without incident. >> in these documents the judge specifically tells angelina jolie she has to get all of the children on the phone and tell them that it is safe to be with their father, brad pitt. >> reporter: the court also reported to be laying out a detailed summer schedule for pitt and his children to spend more time together with the exception of 16-year-old maddux. >> maddux jolie pitt is the oldest of the children and they have decided that maddux can choose for himself which parent he wants to be with and how much custody each one of them will sote a spokespern for
jolie responding this morning saying, this misleading leak is not in the best interests of the children. from the start, angelina has been focused on their health and needs, which is why it was so important that this last court hearing be conducted privately. it's deplorable that someone for their own selfish reasons leaked this to create an inaccurate and unfair picture of what is really happening. now, one of the major issues the judge is working to resolve according to the blast, phone access for brad with the kids without monitoring from their mom. these are just tricky situations. >> very tricky. thank you so much for that, eva. now we're going to go to the nfl player who was forced to the sidelines on "the bachelorette" after he was injured competing for becca's love and abc's linzie janis has the story. >> reporter: it was the "bachelorette" episode monday that made history for all the wrong reasons. ending with not one -- >> i see david just slump to the ground. >> reporter: but two contenders at the hospital.
nfl player clay harbor dramatically breaking his wrist while playing football during the group date competition. >> are you injured? >> my wrist. >> are you okay? >> we need a medic. >> reporter: right as he had been making a big play for becca's heart. harbor telling us overnight -- >> the one thing that eluded me is love and finding a partner, someone to share all that with. and, you know, in becca i saw the opportunity for that. >> reporter: the football player who has been with the patriots, eagles and jaguars in the eighth year of his career now a free agent. ha favorite from the begiinof the season. but it all came down to choosing between a chance at love and his future on the gridiron. he had a tough call to make during filming. >> it turns out that it's, you know, more serious than i had hoped. you know, my job is playing football. i want to stay and see where this goes but i know what i have to do and i regret it already,
trust me. >> reporter: becca had already given him a rose. >> i have serious feelings for this woman and, you know, she's validated my feelings by giving me the rose and telling me she feels the same way. so it's a decision thing. my career versus the chance at love. >> reporter: and he says he's now available for a one-on-one date with becca if she doesn't find the one this season. so the episode was filmed a few months ago and clay harbor says after a tough rehab he's finally ready to return to football and look for a new nfl team. but i want to know, michael, how does that happen? they were wearing full pads, the only guy with experience. >> that question is a setup. okay, anybody can get hurt at any time. that's the way you have to look at it. you can see an all-new "the bachelorette," i will be watching, monday night 8:00, 7:00 central right here on abc. now we'll go over to ginger. ginger, what you got? >> we've got your "gma" moment. this is little bruce, baby bruce. he wants to hide what he's been
up to. so baby bruce says, i don't want you to know what's going on. >> let me see your face? his mom is like -- hold on, let me see your face, bruce. >> let me see your face. >> that is pudding and bruce was hiding it only for a moment and then he's like, whatever, i'm going to show you what i've got. thank you for sending your "gma" moment. we'd love to see yours. put them on my facebook page and good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. hope you liked yesterday, because we have a repeat today. sea breeze kicks in tonight, and that means cooler highs thursday through saturday. still pretty comfortable for father's day. here's a look at our temperatures. mid-60s along the coast to low 70s in san francisco. upper 70s and mid-80s around the bay and 90s inland. we'll drop into mainly the 50s again tonight. my accuweather seven-day forecast. saturday's still looking like our coolest day.
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>> it's something completely different. >> you've never seen. >> i've never made a laundry basket -- >> into a desk. >> never. >> like our own amy robach and her husband andrew shue who transformed this old toolbox, the finished product will be featured in our celebrity showdown episodes. this old toolbox is now a very chic bar complete with cutting board. with experience comes wisdom so we asked our fixers for their best tips, tricks and tools. >> fixers, let's do this, people. first, they say it's all about finding the junk with the best potential. >> you don't want to go to the place that's everything is really expensive unless, you know, that's your bag but if you're looking for flipping, you want the best prices. >> cash is king. you don't get much bargaining power when using plastic, so bring plenty of cash. >> reporter: once your find is home it's time to think about how to transform it. >> keep it simple. something that is actually obtainable for you. >> reporter: like this old
thing, a 1940s barbershop cabinet. >> this is a great flip. >> reporter: and once back at the workshop it was all hands on deck to bring it back to life. [ applause ] >> and, guys, here it is, this 1940s cabinet, barbershop cabinet. all the tools would be in it was $40. we painted this green, look what we did on the inside. >> beautiful. >> we added lights and turned it into a little bar. we added a little mirror on top. pieces like this refurbed are on websites like etsy for $600. easy money, great decor. great design. >> 40 bucks. >> all right, you got it. check out the new season of "flea market flip" sundays.
good morning. it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." the citizen review board is demanding answers after a startling report on use of force. b.a.r.t. police say they used force involving 340 people last year. about half of those people were black men and 50 were black women. facts from 2015 show only 12% of b.a.r.t. riders are african-american. they urge police to comment on that racial sdpadisparity. police say they don't want to draw conclusions without context. right now, weather and traffic with alexis. we have a delay in the mountain view area. northbound state route 85 jammed for several miles. we had a crash before the 101 merge that looks to be in the clearing stages, but avoid that, if possible. westbound 80 highway 4 to the
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♪ the music. oh, yeah, welcome back to "gma," everybody. our next guest starred in a new comedy "tag" inspired by a real-life group of friends who have been playing the same game of tag for 23 years. please give a warm welcome to ed helms and jon hamm. come on out, fellas. [ applause ] >> hello. >> how are you? >> hello, ed. >> great to see you. >> got to work around a lot here. [ applause ] welcome, fellas. welcome. >> thank you. >> this is a high sofa. >> it is. >> what is going on here? >> we were literally just debating the sofa and those cushions before you came out here. yesterday sitting in your places
were leslie bibb and jeremy renner. co-stars in the movie. >> sorry about that. sorry about that. >> but ty were so funnyerday wh was it hard for you guys to get through this movie and these scenes without laughing and -- >> we did have an all-star group of people, of funny people on this show and a lot of the scenes were five and six of us at a time so we were all there and goofing and improving and having a good time and it was -- >> i ruined a lot of takes. i just -- i just -- i giggle. i can't help it. >> that is a giggle. that is a profound giggler. >> and wasted a lot of film. >> that would be your superpower would be giggling, right? >> right. i might as well be good at something. >> the movie is "tag" because you're playing tag for basically two decades. if you had a game to play for two decades which game would it be? >> banana grams. [ applause ] >> banana grams.
a little crossword. >> that is the most unlikely applause i think i've ever hed. >> give it up for banana grams. [ applause ] >> there it goes. >> why are you so good at that game. >> i don't know. words just -- they come, you know, like i'm wordy. i'm giggly and wordy. i don't know what tell you. > you're the whole package. i watched it last night. it is hilarious and just thinking about these grown guys running around playing this game. you said that you have something similar in real life as far as a game that you've kept playing. >> yeah, so, yeah the movie is point friends based on a true story and it's kept themming to as friends and so i have something kind of like that in my life which is a band that i'm in, the lonesome trio, these are my buddies that i've known since i was 16, 17 years old. there it is. >> ah.
[ applause ] w>> the lonesome trio. >> so that's sort of like my tag, i guess, if you will. >> okay, and speaking of that, okay, so jeremy renner's characted. >> look, we do have to mention jeremy has never been tagged in the movie because it's written that way. like we're not -- we're not allowed to tag him. i could get that guy. you know me. i'm a relatively athletic -- i can catch jeremy renner. [ laughter ] i'm twice as tall as he is and i have longer arms. >> i like your chances. >> no, you know, it's -- we just had such a good time making this movie and we really -- i thought we did a really nice kind of honoring of these guys because we got to meet these guys, the real guys who came down to visit on the set and they were just giddy at the fact that this ridiculous tradition that they've had going on for over three decades has been made into a movie.
they were just kind of like you guys are doing this? like really. we started this kind of as a weird thing and didn't know when to stop but -- >> now it's a movie. it's great because at the end of the movie you get to see them. nice touch. >> there's a big kind of reveal at the end of the actual thing which we kind of dramatized in the movie but mostly, you know, when you meet these actual guys, you realize that it's the thing that kind of has cemented their friendship for so long and it's really kind of lovely. it's just a really nice kind of warm-hearted story about friends and that's what attracted both of us to the project. >> i don't think you can make this movie unless it's real because it's too absurd of a premise. it's just too ridiculous. i mean if you told me that this was an idea for a movie, i'd be like, no one will believe it. >> when you got the script -- >> yes. >> called jenga. >> i would do that. >> yeah. let's pitch it
>> that's the next one coming out. >> jenga. >> here's a clip from "tag." >> trap him and tag him in the face and yet in my heart of hearts pretty sure it's not going to work. >> his attempts to face me fail because he lacks confidence. >> ooh. >> yes. this is the moment i've been waiting for, i'm going to be the one who tags jerry. >> callahan will become distracted by his own arrogant thoughts. which i will exploit. [ applause ] >> you can't give it all aw. cef action and jeremy was a herend but said i came back to work. he was really proud of himself. ed, for you anything in this action comedy you did that you're really proud of. >> i think i'm most proud of the fact that i didn't break any arms.
[ laughter ] >> wait, the non-avenger fine. >> oh! >> jeremy renner -- >> no pulled hamstring, no twisted ankles. we're fine. >> which is why there's a lot of -- i don't know where this started but a lot of buzz about me being the next action star. >> really? >> yeah, like a marvel superhero or mission impossible. >> they have a character in mind for ed's guy. >> yeah, well, obviously jeremy renner is hawkeye. i might be hawk guy. right? >> jt>> ornithologist. >> a lot of facts. he has no powers like, per se, but he's really knowledgeable about -- >> super good at banana grams. >> plays banjo. >> he plays banjo.
yeah. and what about you? what would yours be? >> mine weirdly enough because, you know, jeremy is obviously hawkeye. i guess there's all this buzz about ed being hawk guy and my character was going to be just called hot guy. >> oh. >> wow. [ applause ] >> in character. >> really just because he's constantly like -- >> warm. i just run a temperature. >> like go to 101. nothing like weird and fatal just like i run a temp. but they're talking about a three-fer, me, ed and jeremy. >> hawkeye, hawk guy and hot guy. >> it is funny but you're right. it has a lot of heart to it. i wasn't expecting that. it's got a lot of heart about friendship. it's beautiful. >> hawk guy, hot guy, thank you guys for joining us, man. everybody at home, you can go see "tag." it's in theaters this friday. our thanks to ed helms and jon
lightning bolt. isn't that sweet? >> yeah. put lovie up here so we can get in that later. severe storms possible just west of us in new york city. you can see from syracuse through williamsport, pennsylvania, up into west virginia. look at little lovie. good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. hope you liked yesterday. today kind of a repeat until we get to the evening hours when the sea breeze kicks in and makes it more comfortable. and it starts a cooling trend thththththththththththththththth all that weather brought to you by t-mobile. amy, we should head right up to you. >> all right, ginger. i'm here with one of the funniest guys around, marc maron has one of the top podcast and is in the hit series "glow" about a female wrestling league which earned him his first s.a.g. and critic's award
nomination. >> thank you. >> you're one of the funniest guys around. is that a lot to live up to. >> right now. if you open the segment like that, yeah, absolutely. it's, like, hey, be funny now, go. >> entertain us. >> it's on you. >> we're happy to have you here on "gma." we saw your latest blog post. you had to go shopping for what you're wearing. >> i'm a 54-year-old man and realized i own no suits or sports jackets and that seems sort of irresponsible because when i do press a lot of times i literally have two shirts so i wear so i decide which one of these two should i go do the show with and as i did more shows i started to realize eventually people watching or seeing me will be what's wrong with this idiot? he can't buy a third shirt so i got a jacket. i got pants. >> you look fantastic, right? [ applause ] we mentioned have you one of the most popular podcasts out there interviewing some of the biggest names and i know that anthony bourdain was a guest on your show recently and there's obviously been an outpouring of
love for him this past week. what do you remember best about him? >> i did that interview in 2011 and we reposted it and, well, i remember that, you know, it was a weird interview because i was on the road and we did it at a hotel in brooklyn and we were just talking. he was very engaged in a very sort of caring person, he had a big heart. had an adventurous spirit and was willing to take risks and he was a really -- an important kind of adventurer of mind and spirit and i definitely miss him and you just don't know what people are going through personally and it's a big loss but he was a beautiful guy. >> yeah, he certainly was and many people still inspired by him as even in his passing. now, we also want to congratulate you on season two of "glow." >> yay. [ applause ] >> it's launching later next month on netflix but for those who don't know i love this. your character is a film director trying to start a female wrestling league.
let's take a look at the clip first and they will we're talk. >> today is a prep day which means it's about me. i'm going to be checking the shot list, going to be adjusting the lighting, going to be making sure i don't hate your costumes on camera. >> oh. prep, like prepare. >> i'm loving your look. you said you were able to relive the '80s. >> well, yeah, i mean i was pretty clear about what i needed to wear. i kneed black cowboy boots and aviator glasses and i needed that mustache to be a certain way. i do do some cocaine in the show. so i had to learn to do that again. >> i was going to ask how you prepared for your role but we'll leave that. we'll leave that. >> i don't really do it. but, you know, the muscle is there from the old days. but -- [ laughter ] is that too much for disney? am i screwing up? but, yeah, i mean it's sort of interesting that character is sort of a cranky slightly sexist
kind of curmudgeon but a bit of a flawed failure type of guy so he's got a lot of negatives but you feel for him and rooting for him, i think, i hope.i he i'm p >> we're rooting for him and the next season. we can't wait. award winning. thank you very much, marc maron for being with us. season two of "glow" hits netflix june 29th. [ applause ] coming up next, vance joy performing live. [ applause ] to disney california adventure park. it must be epic! thrilling!...daring! come ride the incredicoaster. it's going to be simply exhilarating dahling!
say. >> thank you, thank you. >> you have a song "saturday sun" called the song of summer. what is it about that is so catch? >> it's upbeat and happy and meeting someone great and hoping when you get back to see them the spark is still there. >> i love that. you guys want to hear it? [ cheers ] let's do it from his latest album "nation of two" here's "saturday sun" ♪ oh saturday sun i met one out on the west coast ♪ ♪ i gotta get back i can't let this go ♪ ♪ oh saturday sun i met someone don't care what it costs ♪ ♪ no ray of sunlight's ever lost ♪ ♪ so tired of sleeping alone so tired of eating alone ♪ ♪ i need to ask her what's going
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mike nicco. how's it look, mike? >> it looks really sunny, reggie. hi, everybody. no june gloom here, and that means put the yard work off another day, because it's going to be hot today and breezy over the water. in fact, look at the temperatures. mid-60s along the coast, mid-70s in san francisco. upper 70s to mid-80s around the bay and 90s inland. by saturday, temperatures really comfortable. alexis? okay, i want to talk about a crash involving two flipped vehicles, only two vehicles total involved here, but both of them rolled over. eastbound 580 at keller avenue. that backup is spilling over on to highway 13. also looks like we have some westbound onlooker delay. once you make it to the bay bridge toll plaza, typical commute here and metering lights are still on. >> thank you, alexis. time for "live with kelly and ryan" and we'll see you again at 11:00 a.m. for our "abc7 midday news." our reporting continues on our news app and abc7news.com. and this whole gang
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