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good morning, america. breaking overnight, new york city explosion. the moments of terror caught on camera. >> i heard boom. >> and it was big, black clouds like smoke. >> dozens of people hurt. the blast going off in a popular and busy neighborhood. >> an explosion -- >> this was an intentional act. >> windows shattering in buildings, and cars, debris littering the streets. rushed to treat the injured. dazed from the explosion. emergency vehicles swarming the scene. >> the ground shook and, like, windows shook. >> city streets and subway lines shut down and the frightening discovery, a secondary device a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached. bomb-sniffing dogs hunting for more.
morning, was this an act of terror? the blast coming on the same day as a pipe bomb explosion at a marine charity run in new jersey, and a mass stabbing at a mall? minnesota. team coverage of the breaking story and the hunt for answers. good sunday morning, everyone. it's a very busy morning. we'll get right to the breaking news. that explosion on a crowded street in lower manhattan. >> there's the surveillance footage on the street that the device went off in the chelsea neighborhood. bystanders running away. 29 people take on the the hospital. >> moments later, just blocks away, a second suspicious device was found. a pressure cooker with the cell phone and wires attached. all wrapped in a plastic bag. now, the mayor of new york said the blast was, quote, an intentional act.
of terrorism right now. >> he might have been trying to calm fears. but the incident in manhattan follows explosions, and a stabbing attack at a mall in minnesota. >> we do have team coverage of this fast-moving story. we start with abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross. he is in studio for us this morning. brian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, an urgent search under way for the bomber. one bomb exploded and a second device discovered. while the new york city mayor says there's no evidence of terrorism, investigators tell us it's too soon to know for sure who was responsible. the bomb came on a saturday night in a popular neighborhood on the west side of new york city. this surveillance video inside a fitness center shows the blast just after 8:30. a white flash as glass shatters. >> 6-1-5 there's an explosion. there's units saying there was an explosion from a garbage pail.
>> we do want to be very clear -- the early indications, initial indications that this was an intentional act. >> reporter: officials say the bomb appears to have been placed in a tool box next to the construction trash container. in one video obtained by police, a man is seen crossing the street in the vicinity of where the object was left. you can see the force of the bomb. windows shook and there's like this big flash of light. >> reporter: yet incredibly no one was killed. >> there were 29 injuries here. one considered serious. 24 of these people have been transported to area hospitals with various degrees of scrapes and abrasions from glass and metal. >> reporter: then two hours later, and just four blocks away, police discovered a second device. in what appears to be a pressure cooker found inside a plastic bag with wiring and a cell phone attached.
device as bomb-sniffing dogs searched the area for more suspicious packages. police at the nypd counterterror center scanned surveillance videos looking for clues who was responsible. police this morning say they still don't know if the second device contained explosives, or just a wire and a phone to replicate a bomb. the fact that it was contained in a pressure cooker like this one is of great concern. this kitchen device is a favorite of terrorists around the world. there are recipes and instructions to build a bomb online. >> remember, the innocent days these were simple kitchen devices. gone. >> exactly. they still don't know what was in this one, but they have taken this one to a location where they have a controlled detonation. >> thank you, brian. our chief investigative correspondent. we'll get back to you later in the show. while authorities pore over
left many people in the city on edge. it came just hours after a pipe bomb just hours after a pipe bomb went off along a charity run in new jersey. it was benefitting marines and sailors. abc's linzie janis joins us from the chelsea neighborhood where residents' nerves are still rattled this morning. linzie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, paula. we're getting the first glimpse of the blast sight going that police van you see there. chaos in manhattan overnight. after a major explosion rocks a packed neighborhood in the city. >> it was like a loud boom sound. we heard the shatter of the windows and everything else, and ewith j we just ducked. >> reporter: law enforcement officials descending on the scene. residents fleeing the area in a panic. >> people started running up 23rd street. >> reporter: 29 people injured by the blast.
down city blocks and some city lines, bystanders rushing to help the wounded. >> i'm willing to help. >> reporter: this woman out for a bite to eat when she heard the explosion. >> boom! we were like, oh, my god. >> reporter: and this chelsea resident stopping to pick up a magazine on her way when the blast erupted. >> it was really scary. then ecouldn't hear for 15 minutes out of my left ear. >> reporter: in the aftermath, a second device found just blocks we just have been moved out of this area near 26th street. the police telling us it's a hot zone and they're looking at another device. law enforcement sweeping an entire area. looking inside trash cans, newspaper dispensers, and even this lobby. just hours earlier on saturday, a separate explosion, 60 miles away in new jersey. >> it sounded like a cannon. it was very, very loud. >> reporter: a pipe bomb detonating inside the trash can along the course of a
charity. >> the explosion was probably 20 feet high, and a large, round, dark smoke. >> reporter: investigators discovering a cache of several devices. all intended to go off at 9:35 a.m., the intended start time of the race. in minnesota, overnight, a knife-wielding attacking people at a shopping mall. the suspect killed. those eight people suffering nonlife threatening injuries in minnesota. in new jersey, that race so popular, so many people came out to it, it start had to be delayed. dan, the new york mayor said it's early but right now no apparent connection between that blast and the one that occurred right here in new york city. dan. >> but it's early. linzie janis we appreciate your reporting out on the streets overnight. thank you. and moments ago, i spoke
right nearby when that explosion went off in lower manhattan. joe, we appreciate you coming on this morning. when were you when you heard that explosion? >> i was actually in the gap on 8th avenue and 23rd. that's about an avenue away from here, and i was sort of in front of the store. i felt and heard the explosion. >> so, you went in the direction of the explosion to check it out? >> there was some vehicle starting to respond and so we started going towards what was going on. we could see some fire trucks already down here on the scene and s direction. >> in your pictures you post on the the internet, you see a lot of first responders, some victims being treated. did you see a lot of victims, and did you get a sense of widespread fear and panic in the area? >> i was watching the firefighters. i told my girlfriend, take a look at the firefighters and see how they're reacting. they escorted the one gentleman. i took the photos over --
sat him down here by one of the trucks here on th avenue between 23rd and 24th. i saw the one guy that i took the photos of, other people came along a little later. >> you felt confident based on the demeanor of these firefighters, that this was not an exceedingly dangerous place to be. >> we were told, from what i heard, it was between 5th and 6th, so we thought it was an avenue away. it was just right here. new yorkers can be, and i understand you were near the world trade center in 1993 when it was hit by a bomb. did this give you a flash back. >> it did. the jolt and the noise that i heard was very similar and also the people's reactions. >> joe clark, we're really glad you're safe and for coming on this morning. thanks very much. >> thank you so much for having me. a perspective of what's happening right now on this
i want to go back to new york city. mayor bill de blasio said this was quote an intentional act. we're so early in the act how can he be ruling out terror? >> i don't he's ruling it out. i think he's being cautious. i think caution is prudent at this point. you don't want panic. terror is any act of violence against the people to instill terror in them to go to the government to have them change foreign policy. but what we see here is mayor de blasio, and the missioner, o'neill, i think it's his second day in office, they are going to take the caution approach and not trying to instill panic in people. >> i want everyone to look at the map and what happened and when. there was that explosion in seaside, new jersey, in the morning. about 12 hours later, the blast in the chelsea neighborhood of
suspicious-looking pressure cooking device, right now, found. is there anything that leads you to believe that these are all connected? >> they may or may not together. so, what they're going to do is they're going to coordinate the investigation, share information between investigators in new york and in new jersey. they'll come at some point with a decision if they are or aren't connected. >> they'll be looking at the pressure cooker this morning. >> the pressure cooker is great because they have the pressure cooker. it was removed by the new york city bomb squad. to where their explosive unit is. and they have it. they'll make the decision whether they're going to explode the device to gather evidence or they're going to attempt to deactivate the device or they're going to use a different technique that they have to see inside of it if there's a device.
appreciate your insight this morning. it's a very busy morning for you. thanks for coming in. dan. >> thank you, nick. the explosion in manhattan immediately, of course, sent ripples out to campaign trail. donald trump coming out early calling it a bomb. before officials had even confirmed that information. hillary clinton pouncing on trump for that. abc's mary bruce is on that story from washington. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. we're already getting a glimpse this morning how trump and clinton would react as president. overnight, both responding. in very different ways. and already, it is becoming political, for hillary clinton seeming to scold trump for his swift conclusion. overnight, donald trump was quick to respond to the explosion in manhattan speaking out after initial reports. >> a bomb went off in new york. we're living in a time, we
bomb even before the cause was confirmed. two hours later after landing back home in new york, clinton took a more cautious approach. >> we have to let the investigation unfold. i'll have more to say about it when we actually know what happened. >> reporter: and she took a swing at trump. >> i think it's always wiser to wait until you have information before making conclusions. >> reporter: both candidates are being criticized by former defense secretary, robert gates, for lacking national security plans. but in the wall street journal, gates writes, that donald trump is unfit to be commander in chief. trump is hitting back. >> he is a nasty guy. when they leave office, they criticize everybody. i don't like critics. i like the people who get it done and get it done right. >> reporter: now here at the white house the president has been updated throughout the night. he has yet to respond publicly. dan and paula? >> mary, thank you.
where she'll be hosting "this week" later this morning. we know you have a big show to prepare for, so thank you for joining us. how are both candidates viewed as commander-in-chief particularly in moments of crisis such as what we are seeing right now in new york and new jersey? >> paula, moments like these are critical because they show voters how each candidate would handle the many crises they're sure to face in the white house and these two, as we see, could not be more different. with that careful statement, sticking to the facts as she waits for more information, and that's indicative of her style as secretary of state. contrary to donald trump who shoots from the hip. to some it's an aggressive style that carries a lot of risks but to others after eight years of a measured commander in chief,
>> eight days away from now which could be a pivotal moment the first presidential debate, how high are the stakes for these two candidates? how do we know they are getting ready? >> it's such an important moment in this race the last real variable where the candidates will be head to head without teleprompters other advisers on the same stage. barring any meltdown, these debates don't redefine the race because what they tend to do is reinforce the ideas of each candidate. that's just as important. both are practicing. we're not sure it's exactly the same between donald trump and hillary clinton. all we have seen of her is those massive briefing books. not quite so much with donald trump. >> martha, we should point out you'll be co-moderating the second debate which will come up shortly after the first one. i want to remind everybody that martha has a big show this morning. she goes one-on-one with both vice president nominees, republican mike pence and democrat tim
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this one is a very slow mover. it's going to squeeze some of the moisture. some of the moisture from julia getting up in this. and one to two hours, and hopeful next 24 hours thanks, rob. for us, well, the card today, a kickoff in glendale, 1:05. at 101 degrees, so toasty out there, under clear skies too, your winds not going to be providing much relief either. our temperatures through the game, going to continue to rise. if you're tailgating beforehand, try and be extra cautious about drinking a lot of water. in the east valley, here's a look at our highs and into the west valley you can see warm again, about four or 5
twitter so you can download the graphics. not me thankfully. that will be later on in the morning and more weather in 20 minutes. >> the download rob marciano app is now trending above pokemon go. a lot of other news this morning, and because of that, we get it to dr. ron claiborne. we begin in syria, an u.s. air strikes hit syrian government the u.s. military saying the attack in the eastern part of syria which is not covered by a week-old truce in that country, bombed syrian forces by mistake. the u.s. security council held an emergency meeting overnight, at the request of the nation. deadly bus crash in north carolina, kills four people and injured 42 others. a team bus blew a tire causing it to hit a guard rail. the team from rock hill, south
fayetteville, north carolina. new details about the suspected gunman who went on a shooting spree in philadelphia friday night. he has been identified as nicholas glenn. officials saying they found a note from him, titled, "doomed," which he wrote about his dislike of police. one woman who was in a passing car was shot and killed. police killed glen in a shootout with that gunman. drivers in the northeast . tu pulling up to empty gas pumps, as crews work to fix a leak. governors from six states declaring states of emergencies. states easing up on gas delivery restrictions. and, in arizona, a small plane catches fire mid-flight, crashing into a home. but check this out. all four passengers, they were sky-divers on their way to a
landed safely. the skydivers were unharmed. the pilot is being treated for burns, and the people inside the house luckily made it out alive before it went up in flames. finally, a high school quarterback in dallas, texas, what he did at halftime got the crowd cheering. taking the homecoming king crown off his head and handed it to his friend who has cerebral palsy. they say that k.l., not the one who deserves that honor. >> that's incredible. >> that's really, really great. here you have a jock and an athlete giving it to somebody who he feels is more deserving. >> and a big deal. >> popular kids in the high school never did that, they shoved me into locker room. >> were you bullied? >> i usually deserved it. >> you wouldn't deserve that, dan. coming up on "good morning america" this morning, we have more coverage on the blast in
darren sharper, a rapist, nominated for the football hall of fame. now fueling a debate over who should be eligible for the hall of fame honor. >> ron will have it for us. plus, behind the scenes of the emmy awards. what can you expect during tonight's big show. that's from nick watt. we'll be back with more "gma." keep it here on a sunday morning. folgers in your cup. ? the moments that connect us don't happen overnight. they happen one morning at a time,
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i'm allison miller with a look at your most accurate forecast. we've got futurecast pulled up so let's check what's going to be happening these next couple of days. as i press play on this, take it into tonight, you can see not a lot happening. the state and the valley going to be staying clear and dry throughout the day but look what happens as we get into tomorrow. by tomorrow morning your commute looking to stay pretty
moisture creeping in there from the south-southwest and as we take this into your evening commute we are going to put up a 10% chance for isolated showers in the valley but most of the activity looks to stay to the southwest near yuma and casa grande as well near gila bend but later on 7:00 a.m., that's what they are thinking, tuesday morning at least overnight as well we could see more widespread rain, bumping up chances to 20% in the phoenix area so keep a lookout for that, meantime your d-backs game going on today, actually, and looks li a pretty toasty one out there.
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welcome back to "good morning america." welcome back to "good morning america." we begin this half-hour with this breaking news overnight, an explosion in a crowded new york city neighborhood, chelsea to be exact. 29 people hurt in the blast. the mayor calling it an intentional act. >> then the frightening discovery of a second device, a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached. it was wrapped up in a plastic bag and removed by the bomb squad to be investigated later this morning. now the investigation into whether or not this was an act of terrorism and abc's brian ross is joining us again. you have a pressure cooker right here. this has become a weapon of choice. >> it has. instructions on how to make this
ieds, and of course, in the boston marathon attack there were two bombs made out of this. right now the investigation is focused on -- there's a m boor -- a bomber at large. perhaps someone set off a second bomb as well. who is that person? the new york police department have this counterterrorism center that i have been given a tour of recently, with hundreds of cameras all over the city and they look at every license plate coming in and out of the city. millions a day, and they track them from movement around manhattan. that's what they are doing right no trying to figure out who was responsible. who put the pressure cooker there, and who put the bomb on 23rd street? >> we're talking about three possible locations, that pipe bomb in seaside, new jersey, then you have the bomb in chelsea in new york city, and then just a couple of blocks away, the pressure cooker, trying to figure out if these are connected.
in a case like this? >> the main obstacle who is this person, he got away, does he have more bombs? this comes as president obama and world leaders from everywhere coming into the city for the united nations generally assembly. so, it's a tense time already. this on top of it adds to the urgency and trying to determine who was responsible. >> brian ross our chief investigative correspondent. thank you very much for being with us this morning. we appreciate it. >> thanks for coming in on a weekend, brian. we want to turn to pierre thomas. he has been in touch with top lau law enforcement officials and is looking into more on what they are looking at. >> reporter: top officials here in washington, including the president and homeland security jeh johnson are monitoring the situation, for now they're following the lead of new york city officials. officials i'm talking to, with so little information on motive, nothing can be ruled out. the fact that this is some kind of an intentional act has a lot of officials here in washington on edge. you have the backdrop as i
a prime terror target, and the united nations general assemble meeting coming up soon. dan. >> pierre, thank you. all this coming at the same time a terrifying attack at a mall in minnesota that we mentioned earlier in the show. a man wearing the uniform of a security guard stabbed several people before he was shot dead by an off-duty police officer. sunny hostin has more. >> reporter: eight people were injured in that attack at the shopping mall leaving a town on edge. do do downovernight, a stabbing rampage inside a packed mall in minnesota. >> st. cloud is getting reports of stabbing and shots fired at the mall off division. >> reporter: witnesses say the suspect in the security guard uniform. at least eight people were stabbed.
references to islam. >> that individual made some references to allah and we have confirmed that he asked at least one person if they were muslim before he assaulted them. >> reporter: police not letting anyone in or out as they swept the area. >> whether that was a terrorist attack or not, i'm not willing to say a right now because we just don't know. >> reporter: the motive still under investigation. the police chief saying the suspect was killed inside the macy's department store by an off-duty police officer. the attack leaving this town shaken. >> we got eight victims that were assaulted here in our mall. and so, guess what, starting tomorrow, things won't be the same here. >> reporter: seven of the wounded were treated and released while one victim remains hospitalized.
injuries life-threatening, and the motive for the stabbings is still under investigation. >> interesting to see him that nothing is going to be the same here. just emotionally or they're going to boost security in some way. boosting security at these soft targets is such a problematic endeavor. >> almost impossible. >> sunny hostin, we appreciate you coming in. thank you very much. let's check the forecast once again. rob, good morning. >> reporter: want to talk about the west coast. they have some high fire danger over if next several one burning in california, near the mammoth lakes ski resort. there have been some evacuations there, and the conditions aren't going to get any better in the next day and half. fire warnings and watches for santa barbara. temperatures are going to be much of los angeles, and through tomorrow in the afternoon, temperatures are going to be warm with a bit of an offshore flow. might see some thunderstorms and dwight lightning pop up in southern california. that lead to more in fire starts
temperatures that are going to rebound. we're not quite defense attorney -- done with summer yet.one wir yet. temperatures in the 80s in chicago. new york city and d.c. boumping up to the lower to mid 80s as we go to middle part of the week. the heat is up. looking for showers and thunderstorms across the southeast. some thunderstorms this morning rolling through oklahoma. that's a quick check on what's for us 105 degrees today but don't worry that's the hottest day in the next seven days. we are getting some rain chances coming in so we will see a big temperature drop especially monday to tuesday when we are down to 94 by that day and then as >> this weather report is brought to you by petsmart. >> this weather report is brought to you by petsmart. a little announcement about my partner in crime, ginger zee. women's health magazine fifth
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serving time in prison. he is a convicted rapist. ron claiborne is here. ron has more. >> any fan can nominate a former football player to the sport's hall of fame. now, sharper's name will go before the selection committee next year despite wiz his rape conviction. some people saying that's just wrong. >> and it's picked off by darren sharper. >> reporter: 40-year-old darren sharper was sentenced last month to 18 years in prison after admitting to drugging and raping as many as 16 women. >> how do you plead the charge? >> guilty. >> reporter: the nfl has no say in the hall of fame nominations, the league has been under intense scrutiny because of incidents of violence by players against women. >> one would think that the national football league would be hypersensitive because of what he has done. >> reporter: in a statement to abc news, a spokesperson for the hall of fame said it nominates
a committee of 46 journalists and 2 existing hall of fame members vote on the nominations the day before the super bowl. to be eligible for nomination a player must be retired from the league for at least five years. but according to the hall of fame, character is no criteria for the induction process. >> for the nfl to be in another story like this where a convicted rapist is being nominated for the pro football hall of fame, that's what the national football league does not want to be. >> reporter: leaving the door open to a change in policy, saying, i'm sure it will be discussed. we never say never. we want to make sure our process the best process. there are several football hall of fame members that have been convicted of crimes, like o.j. simpson. they were
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scenes, and who is up for the biggest honors, and abc's nick watt is here with everything you need to know. everything, literally. >> lot of pressure. i'm not sure of everything, some of what you need to know. nearly 250 nominations, that's the most ever, golden age of tv, maybe that's why they have the longest red carpet ever. waiters are practicing serving. jimmy kimmel back to host. >> the best thing about the emmys it's an award show for television on television. >> my favorite things the fashion and the food. >> i always say, wear something that makes you feel like a million bucks. but, who's going to win. >> best drama actress is one that you really want to keep yourself on the edge of your chair for. >> what now?
long overlooked for "house of cards." >> i'm done trying to win over people's hearts. >> it was the right thing to go for a lot of reasons. >> the fact she got a nomination this year, is long believed that was one of the best shows on television. >> reporter: also deserving, "black-ish" and "mr. robot." sara paulson. sure things "veep" and jeffrey tambor for transparent. and the behemoth "game of thrones." >> i take what is mine. >> if you're wondering why paula is wearing sunglasses right now, >> i'm taking what is mine. >> she is taking them out of the gift bags. these gift bags for the a-listers $50,000 worth of stuff in there. including $8,000 vacations and not for you, dan, a $1,000
federal investigators have just arrived. what are you hearing on scene. >>reporter: we have investigators in a have just arrived. some of them police. some of them are ntsb investigators. you can see him survey the destruction. now in a it's daylight you can see how much of the house is gone. pretty much the entire back end of the home is gone. almost just the front shell is left on the home investigating throughout the day to see what caused the crash we are told the two people in the home were no injury injuried. as you said, nec. he was the olmsted one injured.
burn unit this morning. four other skydivers came down. neighbors say they were just shocked to see the fireball coming from the sky. we'll have more on this throughout the day. we are live in gilbert. >>reporter: okay, let's get an quick look at the forecast. average is 99 degrees. it will be hot in the valley. highs in fountain hills.
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos -- >> this was an intentional act. >> breaking overnight, an explosion in new york city. dozens injured. >> we saw this smoke. >> a suspicious second device found just blocks away. was this an act of terror? the very latest on the investigation. >> president barack obama was born in the united states, period. >> after years of pushing the birther falsehood, donald trump now claiming credit for ending it. >> i finished it. i finished it. you know what i mean. >> his campaign was founded on this outrageous lie. >> we put the birther question to trump's running mate.