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that is the news for now, i'm good morning, america. breaking news, the man who helped the minnesota dentist kill that world famous lion breaks his silence. >> i think it's frivolous and i think it's wrong. >> facing 15 years in prison, he is defiant. what he's saying right now. new this morning, trump on top. the top ten republicans in place for tomorrow night's first major showdown. the fight for that final spot and all eyes on donald trump as he takes center stage. the front-runner here live this morning only on "gma." face-to-face, a brave young boy hiding during a home invasion is discovered by the intruders. >> please don't hurt me. >> did they open the door? >> yes, they're running. >> reporter: the chilling moment captured on that incredible 911 call. and vanished. one of the world's greatest extreme athletes disappears. the free diving world champion capable of hold are her breath for nearly ten minutes missing after going into the deep.
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the urgent search right now. good morning, america. it is a busy wednesday morning and a lot to get to. so much of the country still being hit hard by severe weather. that is the most powerful storm on the planet right now churning in the pacific and ravaged a u.s. island. >> we begin with that news just breaking this morning. the man who helped that minnesota dentist kill cecil the lion speaking out for the first time this morning after appearing in court. he faces up to 15 years in prison for allegedly having that illegal hunt. the dentist is still in hiding. his home vandalized and abc's david wright has been following the story and starts us off this morning. >> reporter: professional hunter wore dark glasses to court. he lost his hunting license and now faces criminal charges for allegedly luring cecil the lion out of the safety of hwange national park by dragging a dead
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animal from his car as bait. speaking to reporters bronkhorst scoffed at the charges. >> i think it's frivolous and wrong. crazy. it's crazy. yeah, absolutely. >> reporter: zimbabwe authorities are still seeking the extradition of bronkhorst's client dr. wall street wall street walter palmer. it now has 230,000 signatures and counting. but palmer is still in hiding. vigilantes taking matters into their own hands. vandalizing his florida vacation home. and this morning, animal rights activists are also taking aim at the companies that facilitate big game trophy hunting by shipping home the horns and heads. >> if these guys cannot bring the trophy home they won't kill the animal in the first place. >> the #boycottups is gaining ground after it was said the company will still allow big game trophies saying, there are many items shipped in
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international commerce that may spark controversy. we avoid making judgments on the appropriateness of the contents. as for that professional hunter theo bronkhorst this was just a preliminary hearing this morning, the whole thing over in minutes. the case is now continued until the end of september but the bigger question here, will walter palmer have to go back to face the music? unlikely, that's the answer that we're hearing. the u.s. does have an extradition treaty with zimbabwe but robert mugabe's government is not exactly known to its commitment to due process so the u.s. authorities may be unlikely to send them. wildfires out west, 7,000 structures now threatened. thousands of firefighters on the front lines facing new trouble as the fires delay the start of the school year in california. abc's clayton sandell is on the ground in lake county, california. good morning, clayton. >> reporter: good morning, george. firefighters battling this destructive blaze are taking advantage of a break in the hot weather but now new weather
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could bring new trouble. firefighting pilots are skimming just above mountaintops keeping up the air attack on the rocky fire near sacramento that keeps growing. >> over the past several days we've seen explosive fire behavior because of the years of drought-stricken vegetation. >> reporter: firefighters on the ground are getting help from concern. thunderstorms forecast for tomorrow could bring rain but also lightning. sparking new fires. now the blaze that's already destroyed two dozen homes is delaying the start of school for one week because some of the 13,000 people evacuated are using the schools as shelters. >> it's just really scary and nerve-racking. >> i would like to go home. >> reporter: 3500 firefighters are working to protect 7,000 homes still under threat. of course, the big question now is when will firefighters make enough progress so that people can start going back home? officials say they don't know yet but promise as soon as it's safe. amy.
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>> all right, clayton, thanks for that. now to the super storm taking aim at land, the strongest storm on the planet this year at its peak and ginger with the latest. >> it was 180-mile-per-hour winds. it dropped to 900 millibar, the pressure. it has since weakened but it did make contact with the u.s. commonwealth of saipan. the name of soudelor headed toward taiwan. you can see that storm on our satellite. as it makes its way it'll go trait through the center of taiwan and weaken a bit but still you have the biggest building or one of the biggest buildings made of all glass, you have mountains with lots of valleys and flash flooding possibilities. we will be covering this as it hits going into the weekend. amy and george. >> thank you. now to that first big showdown in the race for the white house. the field set for tomorrow night's republican debate. ten candidates made the final count led a front-runner donald trump.
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he'll join us in a moment first setting the stage with jon karl. >> this is the most highly anticipated primary debate we have ever seen at this point in the process and that is almost entirely because of the un unpredictable billionaire candidate who will be standing at center stage. the stage is set. fox news announcing the top ten gop candidates scheduled to face off tomorrow night. taking center stage, the clear front-runner, donald trump. flanked by scott walker and jeb bush, the only other candidates polling in double digits. even bush is now calling trump the man to beat. while still criticizing his tone. >> i respect a guy who's the front-runner in the republican nomination but i think to win and to govern the right way we divide. >> reporter: joining them on center stage, marco rubio, ben carson, mike huckabee, ted cruz and rand paul, the lower their ranking the farther they are
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from center stage. new jersey governor chris christie polling at the bottom at just over % placed at the far edge of the stage along with ohio governor john kasich. trump's position at the center of thursday's showdown would have been impossible to forecast when he announced his run just seven weeks ago. and many predicted trump's support would plummet after his controversial comments last month on john mccain. >> he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured, okay. >> reporter: but the trump train keeps on rolling. one critical factor, 79% of republicans say that trump says what he believes, not just what he wants people to hear. and one thing we have seen so far is that attacking donald trump just doesn't seem to work. in fact, the two candidates who have gone at trump the hardest, rick perry and lindsey graham are so far down in the poll, george, they won't even be on the debate stage tomorrow night. >> thank you, jon. joining us by phone donald trump live. mr. trump, thanks for joining us this morning.
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we heard jon karl say your two big attackers are out but you're leading the polls. jeb bush calls you the front-runner, does that mean you're the target tomorrow night and what are you going to do about it. >> i probably am the target and only those who attacked me viciously went down stub sanctionly. lindsey graham went down to zero so the voters were fantastic but they did certainly go down. >> jeb bush said you're preying on people's fear and angst. that's what he suggested yesterday. is that what you're doing and what's your response to mr. bush. >> no, not at all. our country is in trouble. politicians have driven us into the ground that they don't know what they're doing. certainly good at getting elected and after they get elected they don't do anything. they're all talk, no action and time we do something bit. we want to make america great again. that's my theme. make america great again and the word again is a very important word because now we're second to china.
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we're going down further. we're 25th in the world in education. look at education, we have third world nations that do better than we do and yet we spend far more per student than any other country in the world which is going down in so many ways. i was proud to bring up the illegal immigration and took a lot of heat the first week and now everybody is saying i was right and they're apologizing to me and it's become a major point which i'm very proud of. it's a disaster for our country. >> jeb bush also said there that he still believes, though, that people are crossing the border out of acts of love. >> well, when you talk about acts of love, that's the problem we have. crossing the border, acts of love. kate, beautiful kate in san francisco was killed by somebody that came over five times. jameel, wonderful young man killed maybe going to stanford, great football player, great parents, i met his father, such a great man, he was shot to death point-blank. so many, i mean, this is just -- so many and, you know, i've
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brought that issue to the forefront and i'm so proud of it because it is a huge problem. not to mention the crime coming across, the drugs coming across and when the drugs come across, george, the money goes back into mexico. we have a problem. >> you've been raising a lot of issues for a long time and one of the things that could come up tomorrow night in the past you've had a lot of positions that seem to be aligned with the democrats on health care, pro choice on abortion. pro gun control and describe yourself as socially quite liberal. if that charge comes up tomorrow night that you're a flip-flopper, how do you respond? >> you know, i have no problem with it. i've evolved like a lot of other people. ronald reagan evolved. he was a democrat and became a republican and was liberal as a young man and became a republican and did very well. i have great respect for him. i helped him. i knew him. he liked me and i liked hip. we evolve and everybody on that stage has changed position on different things but i've always been tough on very important issues and issues like as an
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example the border, the military, the vets. nobody is going to take care of the vets like i am. the politicians, you mentioned mccain, the politicians in washington have let the vets down. they've never had longer waits than they had as of last wednesday. they measured it last wednesday. the waits for the vets waiting for doctors is the longest that they've ever had. i will take care of our vets and i will take care of our military. we will be so strong that people will not mess with us. >> just about out of time. what's a win tomorrow night? >> i don't know. i can't answer the question. i don't want to attack anybody and maybe i'll be attacked and maybe not. i'd rather just discuss the issues but, you know, certainly i don't want to attack. if i'm attacked i have to, you know, do something back but i'd like it to be very civil. >> we will be watching, donald trump, thanks very much. >> thank you very much. >> we will see if it's civil, indeed. come tomorrow. thanks, george. now the latest on that deadly tent collapse in new hampshire. we now know the circus did not have a permit to operate on that
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fairground as we learned the identity of the father and his daughter killed when those powerful winds ripped the tent out of the ground. abc's linzie janis is on the scene in lancaster, new hampshire. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, amy. as investigators try to re-create that scene behind me, several parents we've spoken with say their children are still shaken. this morning, investigators combing through evidence trying to determine why this circus tent came crashing down killing two and injuring more than 30 others. >> i was trying to get out and i was running and i slipped and then that's when the pole hit me on the head. >> reporter: and overnight, this bombshell from authorities. the circus operators did not have the required permit to be at the lancaster fairgrounds. >> they just went and set up and did it. >> reporter: officials also saying they don't know why the walker brothers international circus went ahead with the show like the one scene in this video. despite a severe storm warning going out minutes earlier.
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>> their responsibility is for the safety of their guests. >> reporter: the florida-based circus company is said to be cooperating with investigators. but more than 36 hours after the tragedy executives still not responding to our request for comment. the company's president has a history of violations dating back to 1997. when the ap reports he was cited for improperly treatment of the animals and court documents reveal in 2001 he and his associates agreed to pay $25,000 in fines for violations including mistreating elephants. patricia young lost her husband robert and 6-year-old daughter annabelle in the accident. she says when the tent started ripping apart, each parent grabbed a child and ran. she grabbed the couple's 7-year-old daughter. but robert died trying to protect annabelle. the circus has not performed since the tragedy canceling another two shows scheduled for today in new hampshire. george. >> thank you, linzie. now to the latest on the
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outbreak of deadly legionnaires' disease. a severe form of pneumonia. investigators in new york now think cooling towers like these are to plame. at least seven people have died and abc's dr. richard besser here with the story. good morning, rich. >> good morning, george. you know, new york is in the midst of the largest legionnaires disease outbreak in its history, the second outbreak of the deadly disease just this year. and people are asking why. this morning, a major public health warning about the growing outbreak of legionnaires' disease in new york city. 86 people already contracting the infection. 7 deaths so far. >> symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath. if you have these symptoms, please immediately seek treatment. >> reporter: legion is a type of severe pneumonia caused by breathing in water vapor that contains the legionella bacteria. the bacteria is not spread person to person but usually traced to the air-conditioning cooling towers on large buildings. during hot summer months if the towers are not properly maintained, the bacteria can multiply in the water that's
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used to cool the air. so this is a typical cooling tower. the air is sucked in here, it goes through these filters, evaporates and goes shooting out the top. if there's any legionella in here it's shot out into the sky. in the south bronx five cooling towers have tested positive for the bacteria. daniel tejada was diagnosed last month and hospitalized for 25 days. what if you hasn't gone to the hospital that day? >> i think i wouldn't be talking to you right now. >> reporter: with such severe effects so many people wondering now what is safe? >> drinking water is safe. the water you shower with. the air-conditioning is perfectly safe to use. >> reporter: although all five contaminated cooling towers have been cleaned, the incubation period for legionnaires' disease can be up to two weeks so new york health officials expect to see more cases, at least for the next several days. >> okay, rich, thanks very much. you'll take questions all throughout the morning on twitter. to paula faris with today owe other top stories starting
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with a major phone outage in parts of the country. >> people from kentucky all the way to georgia and alabama were affected by this for hours. all four major wireless carriers were hit by this leaving some customers without phone or internet service for five hours. now, overnight at&t blamed a hardware issue. there are reports that a fiber optics cable was cut in kentucky but the good news is, service is back this morning. and we could learn as soon as today whether that section of plane wing that washed ashore last week, indeed, belongs to malaysia airlines flight 370. experts in france are beginning to examine that wing today. using a microscope that can magnify images 10,000 times. look at this, a scare at the airport in denver. a southwest airlines flight crashes into a food truck flipping it over. there were no serious injuries reported. passengers did have to evacuate. and a close call at this goodwill tore in houston as an
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suv crashes through the children's clothing section. a authorities calling it a, quote, freak accident, several people were hospitalized. but good news, everybody is okay. and animal rights activists are going to court trying to stop a government roundup of wild horses near phoenix. the forest service says the nearly 100 horses roaming the forest are a safety concern and any of them not auctioned off will be disposed of. and former nfl star ray rice is hoping to stage a comeback. rice tells espn that he is, quote, a rehabilitated man. he hasn't played since beregular leased being released by the ravens. he understands some will never forgive him for the worst decision of his life. i love this story. you never know what you'll find on the supermarket shelves these days but this got everyone's attention. stalks of asparagus just soaking in a jar of water for sale at a whole foods store in los
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angeles, you guys, for $6. the jars were ridiculed after a picture was posted online so whole foods pulled the product saying it was supposed to be water infused with asparagus not actually containing the stalks but don't we pay an exorbitant amount of money for water infused with cucumbers and strawberries. >> put a bought of water under the tap with asparagus. >> and save money. ginger ginger, this weather is tough. >> you got to see the pictures. wcvb caught this. they had 60-mile-per-hour winds very close to boston. you can see what happened after that.
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good morning, america. right now, the man who helped kill that lion appears in court this morning. the dentist still in hiding with new calls for him to face justice. right now the transcript from tom brady's appeal hearing in the deflategate investigation has been made public this morning. it shows brady swore that he never discussed deflating footballs with team employees. a big headline from netflix this morning. the company announcing it will give workers paid maternity or paternity leave for one full year after they have a baby or adopt. that is being called a game changer. as we say good morning, america. a lot to get to this morning including a little controversy. new concerns about natural sunscreens and whether or not they really work. >> also this morning, one of hollywood's favorite couples calling it quits after 40 years, george. this is rocking hollywood. yes, we're talking about kermit and miss piggy announcing their breakup in a press conference. it's been trending big all night long.
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we'll tell you what's behind the split but let's just say there may be other pigs involved and, yeah, i just want to say if they can't make it, what shot do any of us have? >> that note of concern in your voice. >> right to the gut. >> they've moved on. >> that is coming up. we have to switch gears to this. police searching for an armed and dangerous killer wanted to are a string of crimes including a murder, kidnapping and shooting two sheriff's deputies. abc's kayna whitworth is on the scene in jawbone canyon, california. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning. this is an intensive manhunt and have seen a search helicopter take off this morning. now, residents in this area are on lockdown and all the while authorities think this man has been hiding in abandoned structures like this. they are scattered all throughout the jawbone canyon. in thisthis this morning a search for a man they think is armed and extremely dangerous. >> problematic for us to conduct a search.
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we do know that he's willing to engage law enforcement with a gun. >> reporter: it began a week ago on july 28th in the remote wilderness east of bakersfield, california. the suspect first spotted in a cabin near twin oaks where he held three young men hostage at gunpoint. >> the suspect left the structure and the three 20-year-olds decided that they -- because he had threatened to kill them that they were going to run for their lives. >> reporter: two days later ten miles east of the first cabin in jawbone canyon authorities linking the fugitive to a retired dentist found shot to death in his cabin. and on saturday, less than five miles away in kelso valley the suspect described as 30 to 35, a white male in military style clothing shot and wounded two s.w.a.t. team members searching for him in an abandoned mobile home. police and s.w.a.t. teams narrowing in on a five-mile radius of remote desert. residents on lock pdown. >> i am concerned. there's a lot of ways to get
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around the mountains and landscape. >> reporter: the sheriff's department had to bring in their atv team for part of the search and looking in an old tungsten mining area which mean authorities fear there are plenty of mine schaafs and caves for him to be hiding in. the search covering peaks as high as 7,000 feet and with temperatures in the triple digit digits officials tell abc news they're counting on the suspect to slip up. >> what we're kind of hoping is that he doesn't stay hydrated and then you start making mistakes. >> reporter: authorities think this really could come down to water here. and they also added that there are livable dwellings in the canyon as well. people keep those stocked with, yes, guns and water. and, amy, locals say that if he ever lived in this area he would know that. >> all right, kayna, thanks so much. and now to those truly terrifying moments for a young boy at home as two men break in. he quickly hid in a closet and called for help but police only arrived after he came face-to-face with those criminals. it was all captured on the 911
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call and abc's aditi roy has the latest. >> they're trying to break down the door right now. >> they're trying to get in the house right now? >> reporter: this frightened voice belongs to a 12-year-old boy calling 911 from inside a closet while burglars kick in the back door of his arizona home. >> i know it's hard but are they trying to kick in the door or just trying to get the door open? >> i don't know. >> okay then how -- >> i think they might be inside. please send help. >> reporter: the burglars first knocking on his door monday morning before breaking in but he didn't answer. once he realizes the thieves are inside his voice quivering, dropping to a whisper. >> where are you at? >> i'm in the closet. >> reporter: the boy home alone listening to the burglars rummaging around his house. for 15 minutes the 911 operator is his lifeline. >> does it still sound like they're in the bedroom with you? >> no, i think they're in the kitchen right now. >> reporter: then the scary
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situation turns even more terrifying as the boy comes face-to-face with the crooks. listen to what he says as that chilling moment is captured on the call. >> please don't hurt me. >> did they open the door? >> yes, they're running. >> they opened the door and saw you. >> yes, they saw me. what do i do? >> reporter: the boy frantic as the burglars bolted. by that time police had surrounded his house. police arrested both men soon afterwards. investigators say both suspects have criminal records. the boy shaken up but thankfully not hurt. for "good morning america," aditi roy, abc news, san francisco. >> oh, what a scary few moments for that boy. we'll turn to the disappearance of one of the world's greatest extreme athletes. natalia molchanova considered the best free diver ever vanished during a dive on sunday off one of the world's pose vacation spots. abc's matt gutman has the story. >> reporter: this morning a search for a champion diver seemingly vanished without a
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trace into the depths below. natalia molchanova regarded by many as one of the greatest ever in the sport of free diving. >> three, two, one. capable of holding her breath for nine minutes. according to a post, she was diving off the coast of spain when she was separated from her peers. and supposedly got into strong underwater current. after two days of searching, still no sign. her son telling "the new york times" it was unlikely she'd be found alive. >> go. >> reporter: while increasingly popular, free diving is also considered one of the deadliest extreme sports. pushing participants' bodies to the very limit. that difficulty something i learned a little about in the cayman islands when i was taught how to hold my breath for as long as free divers. those con vulthss you see. my body demanding to breathe. >> breathe, breathe.
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>> good job, man. >> whoo. >> all right. >> good solid five minutes on the dot. >> reporter: this is not the first tragedy to rock the sport. american free diver nicholas movoli losing consciousness after completing a 236-foot dive off the coast of the bahamas two years ago. he would never regain it. >> never take a dive for granted. you don't know what -- you don't know what dive is going to be your last. >> reporter: now another potential loss raising concerns about the dangers of diving deep. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. thank you, matt. now back to ginger. you have flash floods in the midwest and more rain coming. >> this is out of southern illinois. already we've seen so much rain,
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we're back now at 7:42 with a sunscreen reality check. superstar jessica alba has been defending her company after customer complaints that its all natural sunscreen doesn't actually work and that has people asking questions about just how much natural protection sunscreen actually gives you. abc's cecilia vega has what you need to know. >> reporter: jessica alba on the
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hot seat this morning fighting back amid controversy over the effectiveness of its company spf sunscreen lotion. the criticism began after parents weighed in online claiming the product is ineffective. it was like we used baby oil this mom says posting a review on amazon.com. another writing, my daughter's back looked like a tomato and even blistered in one spot. alba and her honest company co-founder defending their product explaining hers is one of many so-called natural sunscreens on the market. >> my dream was to create the ultimate family brand. >> reporter: insisting it has gone through extensive third-party testing and passed all requirements. writing on their website, we develop and use honest sunscreen to protect our own children. but this morning those pictures reigniting a heated debate during the peek of summer. do mineral based sunscreens work differently than sunscreens that
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use chemicals? mineral-based sunscreens are often zinc or or titanium based while chemical base use oxy or avobenzen tempt. account consumer reports" did not test the honest company's product but recently tested five other natural sunscreens where zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide are the active ingredients and the magazine concluded mineral based sunscreens are less likely to offer skin the complete protection it needs. >> one of the reasons why mineral sunscreens may not perform as well as the ones with chemicals is because the mineral particles form an uneven surface on your skin and you may not be getting good coverage. >> reporter: in the end, most dermatologists agree, any sunscreen is better than no sunscreen. >> sunscreen is really important and you need to use it every day all year round even on cloudy days and no matter what your skin type is. >> reporter: that's good advice.
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one more tip to remember these sunscreens are rig rusely tested so follow those application instructions closely. the american academy of dermatology not taking a side in this debate but it does say that it always recommends a broad spectrum water resistant sunscreen with an spf of 30 or higher, guys, so many options out there. it's hard to decide which one works best for your family. >> yeah, absolutely. cecilia, thanks so much. we have so much more coming up this morning including a new way to get unlimited clothing all for $99 a month. >> and next on "gma," all the inside scoop. what is really behind kermit and miss piggy's split. where did our love go nce premium every month on the dot. you're like the poster child for paying on time. and then one day you tap the bumper of a station wagon. no big deal... until your insurance company jacks up your rates. you freak out. what good is having insurance if you get punished for using it? hey insurance companies, news flash. nobody's perfect. for drivers with accident forgiveness,
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back now with yet another sensational celebrity split. >> this one really hurts. >> kermit and miss piggy calling it quits after more than 40 years together. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: this is they claim a conscious creature uncoupling. miss piggy releasing a raw, honest statement. "after careful thought, thoughtful consideration and considerable squabbling we have made the difficult decision to terminate our romantic
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relationship." never before >> reporter: dr. drew pinsky didn't see it coming. >> despite the cards being stacked against an amphibian and mammal mammal, it's sad. >> reporter: no kids, thank goodness. when i interviewed them year i felt kermit was looking for a way out. i find your interspecies relationship disgusting but other people don't care. is it ever going to work. >> you do bring up an interesting point because i'm not quite sure it's legal. >> reporter: like taylor and burton they will still work together after love's left town. this fall in a new abc show "the muppets" a sneak peek suggesting kermit moved on. >> she's getting back at you for dating denise. >> what can i say. i'm attracted to pigs. >> reporter: in marketing for abc. >> as usual there's a lot going on behind the scenes in these celebrity relationships. i bet there was cheating.
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>> hey, miss piggy. i just want to say i'm really looking forward to tonight. >> so you two are -- >> what, me and him? oh, yeah, tmz is calling us tofiki. >> i believe they can find their way back to each other. when we come back at the top of the hour we'll have the latest on the day's big headlines and more on that major move from netflix. what it could mean for families everywhere.
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the de blasio administration will spend about $6 billion on the homeless the next six years. here is heather. >> we will talk about long island railroad. we have possible delays and cancellations in and out of new york penn station because of a track condition that is going on. new jersey transit is on or close. metro north waterbury branch, bridge work happening in bridgeport. e and f local only 71st to jamaica center. street cleaning rules are in effect today. >> bill evans with the forecast. >> sunshine and a nice day. nice for august weather, too. we have low humidity, lots of sun, put on the sunscreen, sunblock. u.v. index an 8. water temperature 74 to 77 degrees. 78 around canarsie. 79 belmar. and a lot of sun today. association low humidities, beautiful day. nice break from the steamy dog days of august. 85 tomorrow. sun and clouds and 80 to 82 through the weekend. ken?
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i could fill your cup . it's 8 a.m. and a blockbuster move for new moms and dads by an american company. netflix offering unlimited paid parental leave. will this be a game changer for folks everywhere? sidelined. plook atthisicture a winning team, how they were forced out of their basketball tournament because they insisted on allowing a girl to play. >> if a girl's good enough to play then they should be able to play. bang bang revenge body. khloe making news with these bodies revealing how she dropped over 30 pounds. the three simple exercises you can start doing right now. where did i go wrong mcdreamy mystery finally solved. shonda rhimes speaks out on what of 9 greatest twists in history. why the favorite hunk was killed
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off in "grey's anatomy and salma hayek is here with us live as we say -- >> good morning, america. everybody, "the prophet." >> good morning, america. happy wednesday. good morning to salma hayek. we have a lot to get to this wednesday morning including pretty big shopping secret revealed. >> all right. take a look at these models. they are wearing looks that add up to more than $6,000 and we have a way you can get all three of these looks for just 99 bucks. you got to stay tuned. >> 6,000 down to 99 bucks? that is some secret. let's go to paula faris with the morning rundown. >> that's what we call a de. the big story this morning the countdown to tomorrow night's big presentation debate. donald trump telling us he wants to keep it clean but he will attack if he is attacked. he'll be center stage next to jeb bush trailing trump in the polls by double digits.
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bush now saying he misspoke on tuesday when he suggested that women's health issues are receiving too much federal funding. and the fbi is now reportedly investigating the security of hillary clinton's e-mails. "the washington post" says that agents have contacted the company that set up clinton's private server and have asked clinton's lawyer about the security of a thumb drive that contains copies of those e-mails. the hunter who helped an american dentist kill that beloved lion in zimbabwe is calling poaching charges against him frivolous and crazy. today his trial postponed. he inises it was legal. walter palmer remains in hiding. his home was recently vandalized. firefighters are batting california's largest wildfire and now hope that they have reached a turning point. 20% of this fire is now contained. the flames have burned more than 100 square miles and this morning, the forest service warns the fire danger is only going to grow worse in the coming years.
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a follow-up on a story we've been following from california. a divorced couple's legal battle over frozen embryos. the case pits dr. mimi lee against her former husband. now she wants to use their frozen embryos. he wants them destroyed. in closing arguments the judge who will decide the case objected when a lawyer described the case as a dispute over property. amy will be speaking one-on-one with dr. lee. her exclusive interview tomorrow on "gma." we look forward to that interview. a youth basketball team is crying foul after getting kicked out of a national tournament. all because there is a girl on the team. that decision creating an uproar. we have more now from abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: this morning, a show of solidarity, a team of 11 boys wearing pink uniforms in silent protest after being forced out of a basketball tournament because of the one girl on their team. >> you're taking away from the kids that worked so hard the whole year to get to this point. >> reporter: the charlottesville cavaliers were forced to leave the tournament in south carolina
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after their coach decided to put 10-year-old kymora johnson in the game. they had just won five games in a row and looked like they were going to win the whole thing over the weekend but then they were disqualified. officials citing new rules saying that girls can no longer play in the boys' tournament. >> i think it's crazy because if you're good enough you should be able to play. >> reporter: kymora has played with her team in this tournament for three years in a row and the coaches say they did not know about the rule change. the coach did know, they say, even acknowledging the rule changes before the team check-in process before any games were played and point out that girls have their own teams but the team is vowing to fight saying they might even explore legal recourse. >> we're looking at all our options right now and trust me, it's not over. >> reporter: for "good morning america," steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> steve, thank you. finally, an important safety message to all americans, get your head out of your apps.
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there was a "p" there. a-p-p-s being described on highways. it got our attention. they're trying to get the attention of distracted drivers part of a sub safety campaign highlighting the many dangers of distracted driving so put the cell phones down and get your head out of your apps. >> it got me distracted, the sign. downloading something now. >> stuck in his apps. >> let's go to lara in the social square. >> all right, you guys, here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." in our "heat index," netflix has a huge move ahead for moms and dads. how their unlimited parental leave could be a game changer at work. super shopping secrets, easy way so many are scoring un unlimited designer clothes for $99 a month. khloe kardashian is in the news for her major transformation. how she dropped more than 30 pounds.
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every single salaried employee at their company is entitled to a full year off after having or adopting a child. this morning, netflix, the company known for offering customers unlimited streaming content like "house of cards" and "orange is the new black" -- >> what's going on. >> reporter: -- announcing a new un unlimited feature for its employees. as much time off as they want during the first year after a child's birth or adoption with pay. >> the first year of a baby's life is critical for bonding and brain development. we know that babies who have strong attachments to their parents are healthier and have higher i.q.s so having as much time as you need to bond with your baby is really important. >> we just gave them a great gift. >> reporter: in the u.s. new parents are legally entitled to 12 weeks of unpaid leave. but there isn't a policy mandating paid leave of any kind. >> this is also probably the
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most generous policy by any big company that we've seen. >> reporter: and only a handful of companies offer plans as generous as netflix like richard branson's virgin group. announcing earlier this summer that new moms and dads can take a paid year off but limping the policy to senior employees mostly outside the u.s. newer tech companies tend to be the most giving with google offering new mothers five paid months off and facebook offering moms and dads four. netflix says the new policy like their unlimited time off which grants employees unlimited vacation time will help them compete and retain the postal leapted individuals in their field. >> netflix is setting the tone for tech companies and that it motivates other companies to try to keep up with netflix. >> reporter: and it's not just tech companies who are taking notice. this morning i'm hearing from all sorts of companies who are looking at this new policy which could be good news for a lot of employees in a lot of different
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types ofcans, as well. >> boy, it sure could, rebecca, thanks very much. "gma" workplace contributor tory johnson here as well. hearing unlimited full year moms and dads, what's the catch? >> what's the catch? i think, you know, initially you think this would be a dream for my family but could it be a detriment to my career? and there are a lot of people who are asking that. yesterday after the netflix announcement actually we read from one blogger who posted online something eloquent. "it's hard enough for a woman to find a high level well-paying job think of all the things that could change with your company in the time you were gone." all the things that may find you irrell plant by the time you walk back into the office and i think that for a lot of people there's this stigma, fear of being out of sight, out of mind. what is that going to mean for me? not something in our heads. in fact, there is a cornell study done that found that the less time women take off the easier it is to advance in their jobs. >> that makes sense. >> not just perceived. >> exactly.
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>> an interesting take. rebecca, let me ask you this. why is netflix doing this now when so few other companies are? benefits them. it makes them much more competitive to all the new employees who might want to work for them or the current employees who are thinking about leaving and going elsewhere where the policies are more generous but one thing that's really interesting to think about, the stock market has improved. the jobs market has improved and companies need to do more to keep their employees, so this is good news actually for other people working at other companies because they're taking notice of this and if it really works for netflix, it's going to work in other places too. >> also doesn't hurt that netflix is doing quite well right now. >> all time highs, exactly. >> what does this mean, tory, sort of big picture for the workplace in general? >> so i think for it to have the greatest impact, we actually have to take advantage of these policies and so that means not just sort of have the policy but that we're willing to take the time off. >> you're saying women, men. >> women and men. men. >> definitely.
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>> and men are the key here. there are three states so it's not just the cool companies that are doing this but three states rhode island, new jersey and california, that have paid parental leave policies and one study that looked at california found that men who are entitled to six weeks of paid time off when the baby was born took actually less than one week so they were back to work. >> it takes away the stigma if everybody takes it. >> we have to take advantage of it. >> new trend for big companies. >> i think a lot of companies are looking at this. i'm hearing whispers and this is truly good news for a lot of different people because i am hearing whispers this morning that a number of companies, maybe not a full year of paid leave but a lot of companies are looking at more leave and more paid leave for their employees. >> we'll track this. great information, thank you both very much. if you want to advocate for benefits tweet your questions to tory @toryjohnson. >> next up, super shopping secrets and this morning, we're taking a look at clothing rental services.
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staying on trend is up your alley but don't want to spend an arm and leg it may pay to rent. good morning. >> buying a new outfit triggers joy. it's literally been shown to release dopamine in the brain. and it makes you happy but then there's the problem. when you get that credit card heart. so what if you could have all the new outfits you wanted for just $99 a month? celebrities are rarely seen in the same outfit twice. but for us mere mortals having that many outfits is an expensive pipe dream or is it? >> like a dream closet. >> reporter: rachel gwynn tried rent the runway unlimited. it's a subscription service like netflix for designer clothes. let's see this closet. >> are you ready? >> wow. you are serious about khloes. >> yes, i love clothes, shoes, bags, all of it. >> reporter: her shopping habit cost her a fortune but now she
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pays just $99 a month to choose clothes, jewelry and handbags and have them all delivered. >> this retails for about $350. >> reporter: plus got this jumpsuit and cute dress to wear a few times then return. >> you consider the idea of rental retail that you can get 30 different outfits in a month for a lower cost than buy 30 different outfits you can see why the rental model is really appealing. >> reporter: users can have up to three items at a time and swap them out as often as they like. shipping and dry cleaning are all a part of the $99 monthly fee. >> i'm constantly looking at what's new on rent the runway and putting things in my queue. >> le tote picks the items for you. gwynnie beand mine for nine. rent the runway's unlimited service was so popular when it launched they have a waiting list to join. >> we're excited about the fall inventory. we have a lot of great stuff coming to the site. >> reporter: and that inventory
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spans from couture to casual. >> with this service i get to rent bag, accessories and dresses so i mean tens of thousands of dollars a year. >> reporter: a rental reality that's making this fashionista a lot more frugal. all right. an interesting concept, becky worley joins us now. people think of buying their clothes as an investment. >> right. >> renting your clothes is a different kind of investment. >> right, especially when it's this sort of all you can eat buffet style. but let me give you an example. come on out. we have three lovely models here with beautiful outfits. you know, what's really cool is that these are investments in their jobs, in their social lives and, ladies, these are designer outfits so why don't we have you turn over your outfit prices, go ahead. >> this is what their outfits cost. >> wow. >> each one, these are designer labels and for $99 a month including mine which is also a rent the runway jumpsuit here we
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have just under $7,000 worth of clothes which we could have gotten access to for just $99 a month. >> you wear it once or twice and send it back if that's right. >> people get concerned about the fit. >> right. okay, so here's the thing, you get something and it doesn't fit, box it right up and send it back. i mean, you do have to sort of be really aware. so the things are you want to check the inventory before you subscribe to make sure it has your size and the labels and the looks you like. you want to really be mindful of getting those packages in, wear the clothes and then be diligent about getting them out and you have to do the math. do you spend more than $1200 a year on clothes. >> the average woman spends $200 a month. >> and has 30 outfits in her closet. >> so for that woman it would certainly make sense. what happens, becky, if i fall in love with one of these and want to keep it? can you purchase it? >> i'm kind of thinking about it about this jumpsuit i got and here's the deal if you find off.
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now, the service that we profiled has a wait list, but i think that just from the buzz around the office it looks like something that people are interested in. >> especially when you look at those numbers it does make financial sense. all right. >> the total big number. >> ding, ding, ding, ding, ding. with that we'll end it. becky, thanks very much. outside to ginger. >> oh, we're just talking heat.
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lara. >> thank you very much, ginger. get in here it's "pop news" time and i don't know about you that still pains me and if you're still suffering from a broken heart following "grey's anatomy" finale in which mcdreamy killed, we may have just what the doctor ordered for you this morning. some answers finally. the tv critics association, "grey's" creator shonda rhimes
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explained her decision on how she chose to exit dr. derek shepard in the season finale. she told reporters death was the only option for her to forever preserve the love between meredith and derek. the other option explain his exit was leaving meredith and their baby and that would mean their love was a lie. in dying their love remains true and forever, frozen in time. just the way we like it in the world of tv. so he's still perfect to me. i hope that explains it. >> i feel better. >> do you? >> i have solace. i have closure. >> we need closure. that's what "pop news" is here for. >> it did hurt. >> i know but it's time that we can move on and remember him in a good way. next time you're stuck waiting in line for the changing room table at the mall you might want -- changing room table? yes, but just the changing room for we adults. >> you can bring your child. >> if you're using changing room tables and you're an adult we have a problem.
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waiting for the changing room, blame it on social media. we spend double the amount of time shopping and not because of great sales, it's because of selfies. researchers say women will wait to get not one but two likes before buying an item they need that kind of reassurance and then listen up, stephanopoulos. men are worse according to the study. they will not take out their wallets until they get at least four likes. >> no. >> according to this study. also found two in five people go as far as discasheding them an outfit that gets them less than ten like. >> i've never taken a selfie in a dressing room. >> i never have either. i would dare say none of us have. a real study conducted at a university. i don't see any of us with selfie sticks in we've aged out. >> out of a lot of things. also in "pop news" this morning, one of the beautiful mysteries of humankind, how each
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of us are -- sing it, madonna -- born this way. some are born taller, chubbier, some with full heads of luscious locks like this guy. fergus, born with quite the coif. 6-month-old. already had to have two haircuts. >> ah. so cute. >> that is not a wig. most babies don't even need a haircut until they're 2. oh, fergus, you don't know how lucky you are. his fruitful follicles have made him a star online and the good genes do run in the family. his mom, sister and grandfather born with similar heads of full hair and we imagined one of our own might have, as well. knew that would happen. can we go back? >> prince george thing. >> that's baby george. >> you need a bottle. >> came out with that full head of hair. i knew it. >> both our girls were bald.
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>> they were? >> oh, yeah. >> look. i mean, that's -- he also has to prove to us. we know it's real. there's no doubt in anybody's mind. then finally, everybody, just a little funny thing. mikko who may or may not be guilty. you be the judge. >> mikko, did you chew up the pen? huh? who chewed up the pen? >> oh. >> watch. [ laughter ] >> guilty. mikko, neither confirming nor denying a thing. >> buying himself a time-out. >> the slow retreat. >> i know nothing. and, everybody, that's "pop news." >> thank you, lara. we got a lot more coming up including khloe kardashian's major transformation,the reason behind that. and then the french beauty solution easy diy treatments straight from your kitchen helping you look and feel your
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we'll see how the french do it. good morning. 8:27, wednesday, august 5th. topping headlines, very clear video of a man wanted for attempted rape in the south bronx. detectives say the man appeared to be browsing last saturday in a clothing store but he then attacked the 41-year-old clerk working apparently lon. she managed to fight -- working alone. she fought him off. he didn't beat the camera. police hope someone can identify him. the mayor of mount vernon holds a news noon conference to discuss the death of raynette turner. she was arrested for shoplifting. two days after that arrest she was found dead in her cell. an autopsy has not solved the mystery of why she died. the mayor will talk about the investigation launched by state
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to we check the commute with heather. >> we had earlier problems reported on long island railroad. everything is on or close to schedule. new jersey transit is on or close. metro north new haven, bridge work in bridgeport. e and f line uptown local only 71st to jamaica center because of switch problems. accident continues on the deegan northbound at 138th street. let's take a look at a camera
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and the new jersey transit in front of newark airport, everything is open. street cleaning rules are in effect. ken? >> all right, heather, thank you. meteorologist bill evans with the forecast. >> rules are rules, right? those are the rules. here is what is going on. the weather rule today, low humidity. temperatures around 74. looking at 76 ridgewood and whitestone. 74 bridgeport. what a pretty day. lots of sunshine. 87 will be the high but with the humidity it will feel great. not the dog days of august. 85 tomorrow, 80 fries, saturday and sunday. the storm looks like it's going to the south. a storm but over d.c. plans to go down there, loses in the upper 60s. u.v. index and 8 to a 9 all weekend long and low risk of rip currents at the beaches. >> thank you, sir, that's the news for now. "live with kelly and michael" at 9:00 a.m. in the meantime, more "good
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morning america" and welcome back to "gma." nice crowd here on a wednesday morning. >> that's right and we have a lot to get to this morning including khloe kardashian who is turning heads this morning looking great on the cover of "women's health" magazine revealing an astounding transformation. i love this. she calls it her revenge body. and paula is here to tell us about it. >> she looks healthy and happy. the youngest of the kardashian sisters and says she's not known for self-control making her 35-pound weight loss all the more impressive. take a look. >> i work out with a vengeance. i have a purpose there and love to sweat. >> if you've been keeping up with the considers lately you notice khloe go from this to this in what seemed overnight. now in the new issue of "women's health" magazine, the 31-year-old reality star says it's no accident she looks better. her transformation has been three years in the making. telling the magazine "because i
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have no self-control and i don't really care to have it, i have to work harder." >> this woman has put in so much sweat she really earns that body. >> reporter: she says her weight loss was the result of a full lifestyle change. working out every day, cutting out soda and constantly changing her workout plan. >> it's not over until the fat lady sings. >> khloe is singing. >> reporter: she tells the magazine losing the pounds was also a way to silence her critic. it's a revenge body, she says for all my critics who called me the fat one for my entire existence. >> the driving force behind it was something we can relate to, heartbreak. she was going through a breakup with lamar and she really just needed a release so she would go to the gym and work out. >> reporter: so how can you get her banging body results? >> you will be able to stay like this -- >> reporter: los angeles exercise physiologist joshua naderman recommends these three.
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>> the hollow hold lets you focus on your core and the goblet squat les you get everything moving down a little, hold and up. the deadlift lets you target in on the problem squat of the gluts and bring your foot up off the ground and come down. >> reporter: keeping up with the kardashians never looked so good. >> we would attempt those but we all have dresses and skirts on so not for tv. taking it slow is the right way to do it. more chances of keeping it off. she did it over three years. not everybody has the time and resources but if you put in some hard work every day. >> every day, no soda. >> looking good, khloe. >> another way to do it is right here, listen to this. mathilde thomas is a skin care person who grew her company into one of the top beauty brands and a book now, brand-new, called "the french beauty solution" and she provides time tested secrets to look and feel beautiful inside and out. the french way. good morning. >> good morning, lara.
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>> nice to see you here today. >> nice to see you. >> i wanted to say you noticed something i have noticed as well. there is a big difference the way the french live and eat and the way that we do here in the u.s. that was the inspiration for writing your book, correct? >> absolutely. you americans put so much pressure on yourself. you're all about quick fix, instant gratification and invest a lot in makeup. we invest more in skin care because we are told by our mother, grandmother we should put on spf every morning and remove our makeup every night. more lazy we are. >> take some of the pressure off and feed your soul from the inside out. the beauty comes out when you feed -- take care of yourself on the inside. you talk a lot about that in the book. >> what you eat is what you are. it's very important that you eat a good food that is loaded with antioxidant like all those fruits and vegetables and those nuts that are rich in fatty acids, very important and don't forget a glass of red wine loaded with resveratrol.
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>> trust me, none of us is forgetting that. three simple things in the book, the first is a nail strengthener, all natural. please explain. >> my book is loaded with do it yourself recipe. i love to do this one with my girls on the weekend. it's a blend of grape seed oil, lemon juice and essential oil of geranium and lemon and put a droop on every single fail and rub it in. that smells so good. very delicious. >> makes your nail -- >> very strong and also very white and it's a beautiful poeshs. >> and the recipe is in the book. >> all in the book. very simple and at a good price. >> i love it. fees really good and smells good. moving on down the line we have a hair mask that we can do at home. >> 100% natural. if you want very shiny hair, you want this. it's a blend of actually egg yolk but a little rum, some olive oil and grape seed oil and
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it's going to strengthen your hair but also to make it super shiny. i'm going to apply that on your hair. by the root and go to the end of the hair, you leave it on 20 minutes, you do that every weekend. you have fun with your kids, friends and then you rinse it, shampoo, you have super beautiful hair. >> you use shampoo and conditioner after you do this. leave this on for 20 minutes, again, a home remedy. scrub. come show us how you do this. >> this is our signature scrub. we do that at our spa, the plaza, it's called a crushed cabernet scrub, grape seed, honey and grape seed oil and that you're going to apply on wet skin before showering, it's very sticky, super scrub by, gives us baby skin. you rinse it so you start at the bottom of your legs and you go up and do that every week. >> you can get it right here.
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you also have as you said a very fancy spa here in new york city where we not only do these things at home but go and get taken care of. >> and have a glass of wine too. >> merci. "the french beauty solution" is a terrific book and also get two of these beauty recipes and two of mathilde's easy masks on our website. goodmorningamerica.com at yahoo! thank you so much and for encouraging good food, good wine much upstairs to ginger? we are taking "ask zee" to the weather center. before i answer kids' biggest weather question, today's entry is from 6-year-old brooklyn and 4-year-old candace or cadence, excuse me, from tampa, florida. >> how do you know what the weather is going to be every day? >> yeah! >> i like that addition. so let me show you some brief screens of what we use. satellite is one, right. so the satellite up in space taking pictures of the clouds also has radar. radar you can see the warning and watches that pop up on our radar.
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back here we have the surface observation so the wind, the pressure, dew point and temperature. we go up through the atmosphere. this is called a skewed account f "t." you get long-term and short-term computer models. that's a short idea of what we do. there's so much more i could tell you. we want to you submit your kid's video with weather questioning useing you by tracfone. kind of fun to be up in the weather center. >> i like you up there in your element. rebecca hall stars in "the gift," the heart-pounding
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thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat this summer. rebecca and jason bateman play robin and simon, a seemingly happy couple whose to unravel after the unexpected run-in with someone from simon's past and very mysterious gifts. take a look. >> house looks nice. >> oh, yeah. >> is that it right there. >> yeah, take a look. wait, here. this is the note. >> welcome home smiley face gordo. >> how did he get our address? >> i have no idea. >> and just takes many twists and turns from that moment on. the chicago sun calling it a modern-day "fatal attraction." >> is that right? i have not seen that. that sounds very good. >> also very, very, very scary. what do you think maybes it such a frightening, chilling, creepy movie? >> the scare is rooted in movieland if you know what i mean.
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if it's someone running down the corridor with an ax then you sort of go, it's the manufactures and that can't happen in life. the sort of notion of hidden threats or people who might be manipulating you in subtle ways you're not aware of and the dynamics of that on relationships. >> a true psychological thriller. >> exactly. >> and jason bateman plays your character's husband and they, as i said, seem to have a perfect relationship initially but then your character does some investigating. what does she find? >> well, without wanting to give away too much she finds things that are hidden in her husband's past which i guess moves to a larger question of -- which is a truly terrifying idea, how much do you know the person that you share a house with and a home with and a marriage with? >> who should see this movie? >> well, obviously i'm going to say everyone. >> good answer. but this is a film for people who love thrills.
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>> it definitely is for people that love thrills but i think it's also for people who love human drama. >> again, everyone, everyone. >> i like it. >> rebecca hall, thank you very much for stopping by. >> you're welcome. thank you. >> you know me and my scary movies. i love them. "the gift" opens nationwide on friday. we have a lot more ahead this morning. who's here, lara. >> salma hayek. join the millions who have already switched. we switched. and now, we're streaming netflix. who knew time warner cable's internet was so fast! mom switched. and now, we can watch our favorite shows together, on demand. i switched. so i can connect to the internet just about anywhere with my free twc wifi hotspots. join the millions who switched to time warner cable. for $89.99 a month, you'll get 100meg internet, and hundreds of hd channels. you'll also get unlimited calling to the us, mexico canada, china, and now india. call today. i switched. now i have a free app that lets me watch tv whenever i have the time.
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and i'm back with salma hayek, bringing one of the world's most popular books to the big screen, "the prophet" by kahlil gibran, masterpiece about a little girl's friendship with a poet now an animated featurement take a look. >> you'll be free, indeed, not when your days are without a care or your nights without grief, but rather when these things bind up your life and yet you rise above them. unbound. >> and salma hayek joining us now. welcome back to "gma." the words are timeless and we all know that voice, liam neeson. >> yes, but this time the words are timeless, but now the words have images, so even for little ones who might not understand every word they are getting poetry and the meaning of this amazing concept through the images. >> it was so important for you to bring this to the screen. why?
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>> it's so many different reasons wean we have such little time. but one of them i think i -- i wanted to create something that was content that could satisfy some of the profound thinkers at all ages, because we have little kids that are profound thinkers and teenagers and adults that they are looking for something he and everything that's given to them, it's very digested, they're really designed for them not to tnk to just sort of follow and this is something that promotes individual thinking. >> the way you've done it, everyone can take it at its own level. can get something from it. even your daughter and she plays a role in the french version. >> yes, she did the voice of the little girl in french. quvenzhane wallis is the little girl here. >> there she is there. >> all my children, this photo is called all my children
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because cameron was my son in "grown-ups." quvenzhane is my daughter in this one and valentina is my daughter in real life. >> fantastic. love that family picture. >> they all get along, my children. this is fantastic. >> i guess we missed a bit of a debate earlier today because i was on the phone with donald trump and you have not been shy about speaking out because you're worried about the issues he's raising particularly with immigration. >> i'm worried that people are actually just taking what he says as the facts. >> he's the front-runner right now. >> he is a front-runner right now. that should tell you something, but i mean, immigrants are an important force of work in the united states and anybody that's informed knows this. they use this to polarize for to get votes, but even donald trump knows it because according to "the washington post," in at least in his first hotel that he built he used more than 200 illegal immigrants that they were getting paid $5 or
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something like this a day. so they've tried to replace some of the workers and what he wants to do that kind of hard job at that price, so i think that it's -- and they want to pay taxes and we want them to pay taxes, so i think it's more of a hype that is republicans and democrats have been using these people and this problem as a political tool for votes, but i think that it's very clear for american economists this is an important force for america. >> a lot have made that point and will be central to the donald trump. seems like you could debate him. >> let's go. >> also on the cover of "allure" magazine and talk about your beauty secrets. one was the funniest. embracing -- >> oh, my god. beauty seek. please, let's do something about the hair. but, yes, i can tell you all pie beauty secrets.
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>> one is embracing fat. >> absolutely, yes, i don't know why women are afraid of fat. fat is what's going to keep your skin young and the one you are referring to, i make these broth with bones from the cow that has the bone marrow and it's full of collagen but it's also very good for your back. i have some back problems. this is how i started. it's good for your digestive system. look it up in the internet. it has a lot of benefits. i'm not selling this. >> we will. >> i just want you to be healthy and gorgeous. >> and go see "the prophet." it opens on friday. thank you for coming in. >> thank you so much.
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>> "good morning america" is brought to you by nexgard. from the makers of frontline plus. >> big thanks to icona pop. thanks for coming in this morning and one look at our favorite baby of the day. there he is. have a good one. good morning. 8:56 wednesday, august 5th. breaking now in new jersey, crews are on the scene of a water main break in cliff side park. officials say a crane was too
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heavy for the roadway and that caused it to collapse. we go to how that is affecting the commute with heather o'rourke. >> we will head to the maps and pinpoint where this is. it's a water main break in cliff side park at the intersection of anderson and lofton construction crane reportedly too roadway caused it to collapse. the break is on anderson avenue east of bergen north of edgewater if you know that area of cliff side park. result, there is is -- as a result, there is low water pressure in the area. be conscious of that. if you are taking mass transit today, it's not doing too badly. metro north new haven line with signal problems. alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect today. ken, back to you. >> heather, thank you. meteorologist bill evans with the accuweather forecast. >> it's a great day. an absolutely beautiful day and a great feeling day and a temperature right now at 9:00 that will be 75 degrees. we are looking at low humidities today. cambria heights 81. canarsie at 80 feels great.
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a northwest wind that will keep things dry, humidity low. a real treat instead of the dog days of august, we have beautiful weather for the day today. 85 tomorrow. 80 friday and 82 saturday and sunday. lows at 60s. beautiful weather coming up for this weekend. ken, back to you. >> thank you, ken. a police sketch shows a suspect wanted for an attempted robbery in central park. the thief reportedly pulled a knife and demanded cash from the man late saturday. the victim says that he shattered the man then made a run for it. that is the news for now. "live with kelly and michael" next on ch join the millions who have already switched. we switched. and now, we're streaming netflix. who knew time warner cable's internet was so fast!
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