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good morning, america. one of the most powerful hurricanes ever in the pacific about to make landfall. patricia now a category 5 storm with gusts of more than 200 miles an hour taking aim at a popular tourist destination in mexico. airports closed. american tourists warned of catastrophic damage and texas already hard hit by massive flooding, they're in the crosshairs next. fireworks on capitol hill. hillary clinton off the campaign trail and grilled in front of congress as tempers flare. >> we're better than that. >> facing more than eight hours of questions about benghazi and those four americans who lost their lives. >> i've lost more sleep than all of you put together. >> the fallout and republican candidate carly fiorina here
nutrition giant gnc. the retailer 00 kused of selling supplements spiked with illegal ingredients including a drug. the investigation and the company's response this morning. and say hello to adele. the superstar singer capping off her big comeback releasing the first song from her brand-new album this morning and setting fire to the internet. and good morning, america. wow. adele looks and sounds fantastic. >> yeah. her new album "25" which we figured out is her 25th year even though she's 7. >> thank you, my darling. but, no, such a powerful song. >> we hope robin can hear it at home resting up from shoulder surgery. she'll be back on monday. hurricane patricia, take a look at it over the past 48
forming into a huge hurricane, national hurricane center calling it the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere and now warnings of catastrophic landfall. >> american tourists trapped in mexico and the airport in puerta vallarta shut down this morning and they are working quickly to sandbag the coast, board up those windows. ginger starts us off. this is a big one. >> this hurricane detonated overnight. i mean exploding into so many records and we can see the eye right there. so it's central western mexico we're concerned about. that math takes it right between puerta vallarta and manzanillo. not only winds greater than 200 miles per hour but storm surges on the right side. up to 20 inches of rain come as long with it. get it into the mountains, still have flooding out there and starts to die out over central mexico but the moisture does not. we've seen flash flooding with another storm in texas, so we've got flash flood watches from laredo to dallas and now dallas on alert and that's where our
rob marciano is this morning for the second round. >> good morning, ginger. folks here certainly with a worrisome eye on patricia not only for folks in mexico but maybe coming in this direction. it's been raining heavily all night long. some of the roads this dallas having a hard time dealing with that but without a doubt last 24 hours the hardest hit area has been western texas. overnight, storms sweeping across texas. skies illuminating from continuous bolts of lightning. vehicles stalled out from drivers making some poor decisions. this pickup pushing a car through flooded streets. >> it's floating. >> and in the town of ramkin. >> there she goes and the rv. >> reporter: new video showing the impact. trailers picked up and carried away in floodwaters. we are just getting started with this event.
epic floods when the trinity river was covering this spillway and coming up to this bank. hasn't rained much since but with part of patricia coming this way and much of the gulf coast, beginner, as you know is very much worried about damaging flooding. back to you. >> rob, thank you. the national weather service in san antonio actually just put out a statement saying up to 15 inches of rain this coming weekend so that could be also very disastrous. so much more coming up. >> they have a lot to brace for in texas. okay, ginger, thanks very much. now to hillary clinton's showdown on capitol hill. more than eight hours of testimony. republicans saying they were doing their duty to investigate a serious security breach. democrats complaining it's a waste of money after seven previous congressional investigations. abc's jon karl on point over a long day. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. this hearing went on so long, 11 hours including the breaks, that by the end, clinton supporters were tweeting with the #freehillary. republicans raised serious questions about security at benghazi but clinton emerged
the unprecedented grilling of a presidential candidate lasted into the night. late are we going tonight? ? morning morning, good afternoon -- >> you all serving breakfast, congressman. >> let me go ahead and say good night. >> reporter: an 11-hour hearing of intense questioning, the occasional break for water a. even a cough drop. plenty of partisan bickering. >> there are people, frankly, in both parties who have suggested that this investigation is about you. let me assure you it is not. >> we're better than that and we're better than using taxpayer dollars to try to destroy a campaign. >> reporter: there was political theater with props including piles of clinton's much discussed personal e-mail. >> libya, benghazi, chris stevens, the staff there, they seem to fall off your radar in 2012 and the situation is getting much worse in 2012. >> if you were to be in my
office in the state department i didn't have a computer. i did not do the vast majority of my work on e-mail. >> reporter: the underlying issue, of course, was serious. republicans repeatedly asking, why the state department had denied several requests for more security in the months before the 2012 attack in benghazi. >> you had two ambassadors that made several, several requests and here's basically what happened to their requests. they were torn up. >> well, that's just not true, congressman. many were responded to. >> reporter: throughout the day-long testimony a confident clinton showed a wide range of emotions. sometimes frustrated. >> that was a very long question and i think the answer is no. >> reporter: and at other types appearing bored or amused by the spectacle. >> okay, and who else was at your home? were you alone? >> i was alone, yes. >> the whole night? >> well, yes, the whole night. >> i don't know why that's funny. i mean did you have any in-person briefings? i don't find it funny at all.
>> i'm sorry. a little note at levity at 7:15. >> reporter: when reflecting on the loss of four americans killed including ambassador chris stevens, clinton was emotional. >> i've lost more sleep than all of you put together. i have been racking my brain about what more could have been done. >> reporter: now back to the campaign trail. she has a rally in virginia in afternoon and tomorrow we'll see clinton's campaign, bill clinton's campaign trail debut and join hillary in iowa at a rally that also features katy perry. >> thanks, jon. we are joined by republican presidential candidate carly fiorina. thank you for joining us this morning. miss fiorina. so, hillary getting pretty good reviews even from some conservatives. "new york post" calls it an un unmitigated triumph. another, it turned out not to be a big deal. good news for hillary clinton.
>> i think she did reasonably well. i hi it demonstrates that she won't be held accountable until we have a nominee and a general election debate who will hold her accountable. she never answered a fundamental question and the fundamental question is this, knowing that this was a purposeful terrorist attack on the night it occurred why did you go the next morning and address the american people and talk about a videotape that didn't represent the values of america and why did you continue to do that over the bodies of the fallen and for many weeks thereafter? she referenced in her testimony other terrorist attacks and the difference, of course, was in those other terrorist attacks the administration immediately came out and said, this is a terrorist attack and we will secret tri because. mrs. clinton never said that. >> you say she wasn't held accountable so did republicans on the committee fall down on the job? >> well, you know, i think there were lots of democrats on that committee who were focused very much on salvaging their nominee in this regard and i have to say, i'm sure that there are
republicans and democrats who were politically motivated but i think trey gowdy has done a superb job of being a very careful examiner here. and if you just do a little thought exercise, if the shoe were on the other foot and she had been a republican secretary of state i'm sure the democrats would be holding hearings. >> you got a big bounce after the last debate. let's talk about your campaign but now dropped back to the middle of the pack and there's a series of headlines questioning what happened to carly fiorina? what's your answer to that? >> oh, wow, george, you know, you're a political pro so you know we're 100 days out and remember when i launched my campaign on may 4th, on your show, as a matter of fact, nobody gave me a chance including perhaps you. first august 6th debate i wasn't on the stage. the second debate i had to fight my way on the stage. at this third debate i'm number four on the stage so i'm feeling good about my momentum, actually. >> how are you going to get it back? >> oh, i've never lost it. i'm in the middle of the pack. someone that no one gave any
chance to, frankly. so i'm feeling very good about our ground game. very good about the momentum that we have in key states and, of course, we have another debate coming up. i remain the least well-known candidate on the field. 40% of republican voters still don't know who i am so i still have a long way to introduce myself to the american people but what all the polling data shows is that when people see me for the first time they want to know more about me and when they see me for the second or the third time, that translates into support and that's why we have so much momentum. >> moon "time," ben carson is really surging. new "des moines register" poll puts him ahead. he and donald trump sucking up majority support. what republican voters are looking for? >> well, you know what it tells me, george, what you and i talked about on may 4th. you asked a question, was my -- the fact that i never held a political office a liability an i answered you and said, no, it's a huge asset because the
reality is most voters, democrats, independents and professional political class. >> carly fiorina, thanks very much for your time this morning. >> thanks, george. let's bring jon karl back and, jon, i mentioned that "des moines register" poll showing in iowa. >> yeah, and what's significant here, george, is it's also the second poll that shows donald trump not in the lead for three solid months trump has led in every major poll, nationally and in every poll in the early states. now you have two back-to-back polls showing that he is no longer the front-runner in iowa, the big factor there, george, evangelical christian, only a third of iowa republicans in that poll thought he is a committed christian. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. more on the race for president and the benghazi hearing sunday on "this week." >> all right, george, now to a daring hostage rescue that left one american commando dead and saved dozens of prisoners held in iraq by isis. we've seen the brutal terror group release execution videos online and these prisoners were
just hours away from being the latest victims. abc's martha raddatz is in the region with all the details. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, amy. this is the first u.s. combat death since the u.s. began battling isis last year and the first death since president obama declared the war in iraq over in 2011. it was a nighttime rescue that quickly turned deadly. five u.s. helicopters carrying u.s. special operations forces and kurdish troops descended on a prison found in northern iraq. inside, isis hostages believed to be facing imminent mass execution. s s and nearby buildings to prevent reinforcement but as soon as the rescue teams approached an intense fight broke out and the u.s. special operations soldier was shot and later died.
and the kurds say 20 isis fighters killed. but the battle is raising questions about the role u.s. troops play in iraq after president obama had said u.s. troops would not be in a combat role. >> our mission in iraq is to train, advise and assist mission. they have the right to defend themselves, those u.s. forces, but this was a unique circumstance. >> reporter: the pentagon says in this case, lives were at risk. although it does not appear the u.s. knew who the hostages were or how many there were. george. >> okay, martha, thanks very much. that footage she showed looks like combat. new trouble for the secret service. two officers caught sleeping on the job one at the white house and abc's pierre thomas covers the secret service and the bad stories just keep piling up. >> reporter: good morning, george. yes, they do much the secret service hoped to turn the page on negative headlines after successfully protecting the pope but with this new embarrassment critics say not so fast.
two uniformed officers caught sleeping on the job. one while on duty at a foreign diplomat's residence. the other at the white house. a new inspector general management alert claims inadequate staffing and scheduling played a role in the officer fatigue and may pose an immediate or potential danger to u.s. secret service officers and those whom they protect. >> this unfortunately was not just one or two people falling asleep on the job. it's a consequence of bad management. >> reporter: but the secret service objects saying the officers were disciplined and that the sleeping officers and only them were at fault. it's been a difficult stretch of headlines for the secret service. >> right now. >> reporter: that fence jumper got inside the white house. this following allegations of excessive drinking and a prostitution scandal. some secret service officials believe the unrelenting scrutiny is unfair but others say it comes with the territory protecting the leader of the free world. amy. >> all right, pierre, thanks so much. stunning words from the
judge in that new mexico road rage killing. that story in just 30 seconds. the alleged killer in that road rage incident that left a bars this morning. the judge calling it one of the worst crimes he's ever seen. abc's ryan owens has that story. >> do you have any questions about anything i've said? >> no, sir. >> reporter: those are the only two words uttered by the accused killer of lilly garcia but the torrez.
>> this did possibly one of the most wanton and atrocious acts alleged in the his think of interest city. >> reporter: he confessed to the shooting which prosecutors say happen when the accused murderer cut off lilly's father alan on interstate 40 in albuquerque forcing him out of his lane. torrez allegedly pulled out a gun and fired four shots at his truck. one of them striking 4-year-old lilly in the head. >> she would grab your heart. she's going to be missed by a lot of people. >> reporter: in court prosecutors detailed torrez's violent criminal history which includes another arrest for road rage. court documents show he pulled a gun on a driver in 2006. that case was dismissed. >> the daughter is not conscious. >> reporter: police say at torrez's home they found the red toyota they've been looking for in the garage as well as the gun they say was used to kill lilly. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, albuquerque, new mexico.
and now we turn to tom llamas with the other top stories starting with a deadly shooting on a campus in tennessee. >> this time it's happening in nashville on the campus of tennessee state university. a 19-year-old man who did not attend the school was killed. three female students who were passing by were wounded and the shooter is still at large. witnesses say an argument broke out during a dice game before someone opened fire. pretty sad. also breaking overseas tonight at least 402 people have been killed after a bus and truck collided in southwestern france near the city of bordeaux. fire. the bus was carrying retirees on a day trip. the largest auto recall in u.s. history may soon grow by takata have been recalled because of faulty inflaters blamed for eight deaths. owners of the affected cars are urged to quickly get them fixed wane now takata side air bags are also under investigation. one of the most
sophisticated drug tums found between the u.s. and mexico may belong to el chapo. the drug lord who escaped from prison. authorities seized 12 tons of marijuana, the tunnel stretched all the way from tijuana straight to san diego. and it's on a manhunt but an urgent emu hunt. four emus escaped their enclosure near austin. the animals can be dangerous, yes, dangerous, emu, several attempts to corner them have failed so far. finally, it's that time of year when pranksters run while and one guy in california has resorted to the oldest halloween trick in the book. check this out. amy would love it. unsuspecting victims with a giant spider lurking as people walk out of elevators. the spider crawls up -- even scaring pedestrians on their track. one guy dropping his coffee right here. this is the best one. bikers were all being warned this guy is not giving up. he is in california so if you
like the size of a small dog, run away. >> it's amazing no one gets hurts. >> who is going to lay odds we see a giant spider next week. >> strahan. >> okay. thank you, tom. a lot more ahead this morning. a trump musician's life was taken and protests and his family pleading for answers. what happened during the confrontation with the plain plainclothes officer. gnc is accusing a suit of selling all natural fitness supplements spiked with illegal ingredients allegedly.
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welcome back to "gma." you are looking at live satellite showing that massive now. patricia is the strongest ever in the western hemisphere warnings of catastrophic landfall. americans stranded and the airport in puerta vallarta shut down this morning. >> ginger tracking that storm all morning long. good morning, america. here are some the other headlines we're following. ben carson surging in iowa. second poll shows him ahead pulling ahead of donald trump and a separate poll shows hillary clinton opening up a double-digit lead in iowa. we're seeing new pictures of identical triplets born in baltimore. look at those boys doing well, so is mom. more on them ahead. >> look like little burritos. >> i know.
craig saying double 0 no. sharing some strong words about his character and his future bond plans. that's ahead in "the speed feed" complete with some bleeps. >> he seems to be acting out a little. >> okay. that is coming up. we begin with the florida church drummer killed by a plainclothes police officer after his car broke down. hundreds gathering for a rally outside the police department and the family of cory jones demanding answers while their attorney reveals new details about the sddly encounter. gio benitez with more. >> reporter: it's filled with mystery. there were no witnesses, no dash cam video and no body cam video. the only two who know what happened, the officer and the dead musician. this morning, emotions running high much the family of corps y jones killed by an undercover officer on the side of a highway pleading for answers.
ever, ever, ever pull a gun on a police. >> officer nouman raja was driving an unmarked car at the time of the shooting. now attorneys for jones' family say prosecutors told them he never displayed a badge. >> why didn't he identify himself? why didn't he show the badge? >> reporter: officer raja telling police this -- >> he stopped to investigate what he believed to be an abandoned vehicle. he was suddenly confronted by an armed subject. >> reporter: jones did have a gun. but his family's attorney says he had a concealed weapons license and that he never fired his weapon. the family says they were told the officer fired his gun six times striking jones three times. >> it's very troubling on many, many levels why he felt the need to shoot cory those many times. >> reporter: jones' family says his car broke down early sunday morning after performing at a show seen in this video. his brother saying he spoke to
him just 20 minutes before he died. >> his brother offered to come and get him. he said, no, i really need my car because i have to perform in church with the choir the next morning. >> reporter: the family desperate to know more. >> i need to know why, why is my why. >> and the family says they were told that at one point cory jones ran. his body was found 80 to 100 feet away from his car. between. officer raja is now on paid leave. prosecutors won't confirm or deny what the family revealed but, george, they say they are investigating. >> i'll bet they are. gio, thanks very much. dan abrams here right now. they're investigating but this has to be so tough to investigate. no independent eyewitness. >> you got certain details we may never know for certain. one of the most important questions, how clearly did he officer? we're never going to know. we'll get his account and the only witness.
did he have a badge that he presented. now, he may admit i didn't have my badge with me. we'll have to see but those are the sores of questions we may never know the answer to. the legal question, what would a reasonable police officer have done in a situation -- >> how significant that cory jones did appear to have a gun? you saw that account of what his lawyers say was found somewhere away from the body. >> he had a gun so there are other things we will be able to know. meaning the ballistics and the crime scene investigation will be able to tell us a lot as to where was he shot? does it seem he was running away. was his gun truly not found anywhere near his body? was he really 80 yards away from the car and if so, why was he so far away from the car? was the police officer chasing him? i mean, those are going to be the sorts of things that ballistics will be able to tell us a lot about looking at the crime scene this will will be able to tell us a lot about and those will be the critical questions. >> one of those cases where a body cam could have made a big difference. >> it can make a big difference and answer a lot of questions
look at this case i don't think this police officer is going to come and say this retrospect this needed to happen because it seems he was on the side of the road of the he was broken down and something happened where somebody misinterpreted something there. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. all right, and now to the sex scandal rocking the university of louisville's basketball team and legendary head coach rick pitino. the hall of famer copping under resign. abc's ryan smith is here with good morning. >> reporter: good morning. louisville coach rick pitino playing some defense by going on the offense blogging his thoughts on the escorts for recruit scandal embroiling his program and doing what he calls is the wise thing to do, not fighting these accusations but rather turning the other cheek. head coach rick pitino of the college basketball powerhouse louisville cardinals taking to his blog amidst allegations that the team hired female escorts to woo recruits writing i'm sorry we all have to endure the pain
but despite the public outcry for him to step down he says, i will not resign and let you down. >> if they wanted to make extra money that's what the side deal was. sex. >> reporter: pitino's public statement coming days after the self-proclaimed madam at the center of the controversy katina powell spoke ex- clusively to espn. she attended 22 parties claiming she and several other women, including three of her own daughters participated in sex agos with recruits, team members and even some of their fathers. pitino denying the allegations from the start. >> i don't blow in any form of cheating at all and to get an advantage with a recruit. >> if louisville feels violations were occurred, the head coach can be, can be found responsible.
time pitino has come under fire. in 2009 he made headlines when a woman he admitted to having extramarital sex with tried to extort him for $10 million. but on thursday, pitino said he'sing looking ahead to the future saying, someday i will walk away in celebration of many memorable years but that time is not now. now, pitino citing the pope in his message saying he's answered we will let god judge to controversial questions and adding there could be no better advice and as for the future he says, quote, let's let the investigators do their job and amy. >> okay, ryan. thank you for that. quite a story. >> yes, it is. all right, coming up that major lawsuit against gnc. what the nutrition giant is saying now about accusations they sold supplementses spiked with dangerous ingredients. adele saying hello to fans with a huge new song what she's saying about her new album this morning.
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7:41. back now with that lawsuit against nutrition superstore gnc accused of selling supplements spiked with dangerous drugs. abc's t.j. holmes is here with the details. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, lara. we have to remember these are not like medicines. companies do not have to prove that a supplement is safe or effective before putting it on the market. now, gnc accused of putting stuff out there that was laced with two ingredients that had no business in those bottles. this morning gnc hit with a major lawsuit, accused of knowingly selling fitness supplements advertised as all natural that were actually spiked with synthetic drugs. the oregon attorney general going after gnc for allegedly misrepresenting 22 workout and fat-burner supplements stating some contained two sin ynthetic drugs. picamilon used to treat a
conditions and bmpea similar to amphetamine and claiming that gnc knew both products were considered unlawful dietary supplements. gnc has come under astronautny before. in march they agreed to stricter testing of its herbal supplements after a new york attorney general investigation revealed some of them didn't actually contain any of the herbs on the label. >> companies that or sell herbal supplements have a responsibility to make sure their products contain every ingredient that's on the label and do not include ingredients that are not on the label. >> reporter: but this time, the largest retailer in the industry is fighting back. telling abc news overnight, the oregon attorney general's accusations are without merit and in response to fda statements regarding the regulatory status of bmpea and picamilon, gnc promptly took products containing those ingredients. >> all right.
half of all americans do take these things. often we have no idea what's in them because they're not regulated the way medicines are. they could face a fine of $25,000 per violation. we're talking about thousands of possible violations but that disclaimer is on every supplement you took. it says these claims have not been verified by the fda so a lot of regulation, a lot of people say should be in place. >> all right, t.j., thank you. and coming up on "good morning america," dam craig leaving james bond fans shaken and a little stirred. what he's saying now about playing the super spy. he's really -- he's speaking out
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do me a little pout like when he rolls over -- >> i think you need to move on. >> so what's going on, james? they say you're finished. >> reporter: asked by time-out london if he'll do another bond, now? i'd rather break this glass and slash my wrists. follow up question do you care who plays bond after you. >> i don't really give a [ bleep ], quite frankly, so if you're asking me a comment on it, i don't care as long as they don't [ bleep ]. >> reporter: shoot first, ask questions later. >> i don't stop to think about it. >> reporter: rumor has it sony execs want him to cool it on the trash talk getting all "m" on im. sony had to comment though he said this to jonathan ross. >> i get to the end of this and i'm like the last thing i want to think about is doing another bond movie. >> but you are doing one more. >> i don't know. >> reporter: for a rumored 60 million bucks, i'll do it.
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>> live from wcvb tv channel 5. this is a news center 5 update. randy: good morning. we are with cindy and kevin on a beautiful friday morning. cindy: we have sunshine, but a cool fall field. you will notice the wind is coming out of the northwest. it is colder with high-pressure blowing in. temperatures will not budge today. it is sunny and breezy. we are cold in the upper 40' s and lower 50' s.
we have afternoon clouds with maybe a spotty shower on sunday morning. randy: thank you. kevin: we have had trouble spots. route 2 eastbound has big delays approaching 120 eight from lexington. 128 has delays as well. 93 by spot pond. delays near sumner making the airport. randy: one person is dead after a shooting in brighton. it happened around midnight last night. police are now searching for the shooter who was seen running through a parking lot towards western avenue. a 17-year-old is fighting for his life after he was stabbed at an orange line station. police are searching for the suspect, they tell us as it dead it started as a fight inside the jackson station. the suspect and victim know each other.
this is my heartbeat song good morning, america. it's 8 app. incredibly rare identical triplets born in baltimore. happy, healthy and finally home so how are their parents telling them apart? i think i want to marry you the bride going above and beyond to prove her purity promise gifting her dad with a certificate. >> i presented this certificate from my doctor that i was still a virgin. >> the bride, her new husband and parents speaking out only to "gma." so much support and backlash. candace cameron bure weighs in live. from the other side she's back. adele drops her brand-new song after three years crying overnight as she heard it play.
now she's speaking out for the first time. >> i made myself cry. i'm relieved. >> why she's gone from writing breakup songs to makeup songs. i bet pie life on you the ultimate dad hacks from the perfect ponytail to the ultimate home made fast food. it's friday as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. and good morning, to our all-star dads. a lot of good hacks. i need help with a ponytail. >> going to make everyone's life a little easier. especially dads out there then we have a lot more ahead including candace cameron bure, she is weighing in on that bride's decision to prove her purity by presenting a certificate to her dad at her wedding. >> yeah, a lot of people are talking about that story. we are all so excited for the new music from adele. she released it overnight.
this song is powerful. it's called "hello." she's talking about it for the first time. we'll talk about it also in "pop news." >> that is a powerful song. let's go to tom llamas with the morning rundown. >> good morning. the big story this morning, what could be the strongest storm ever recorded in the western hemisphere. forecasters are calling hurricane patricia potentially catastrophic. it's now a category 5 storm. look at the size of it. it's expected to make landfall today near puerta vallarta on mexico's pacific coast much the storm could pack winds up to 200 miles per hour and enough rain to trigger dangerous flash floods. it will then move tors texas which has already been swamped by drenching rains. another 3 to 6 inches are expected even before patricia arrives tomorrow. ginger's forecast coming up. also happening right now the suspect in a deadly shooting at tennessee state university is on the loose. a 19-year-old man was killed after a fight broke out during a dice game. three students passing by were also wounded. hillary clinton's resuming her presidential campaign this morning after that marathon
congressional hearing on benghazi. the hearing lasted 11 hours with clinton facing several questions about why the state department denied requests for more security before the attack but most observers say she was largely unscathed. two polls show donald trump trailing ben carson in iowa. one poll shows carson leading by nine points. a 2-year-old girl from north carolina doesn't know it now but she is very lucky. she was riding in the back of this car when it veered off the road, dangling over a pedestrian tunnel. you can see it right there. wow. the bumper was the only thing preventing it from falling off the edge with the wheels spinning try not to add any extra weight, a police officer gingerly worked to free the little girl reaching right into the backseat and pulling her out unharmed. tight space there. good for that officer. a baltimore couple is celebrating the rare birth of identical triplets. meet trip, finn and ollie. great names conceived the
old-fashioned know which makes their birth even more unusual. the odds are as high as 1 in 2 million. wow. all three boys are in good health and now that they're all back home their parents are using different colored anklets and bracelets to tell them apart. mom and dad say they work well under pressure looking forward to the challenges this their future. they will be busy. finally we've all seen ads for personal injury attorneys but one ad for a defense attorney in texas takes it to a whole new level. this may be the best commercial ever. take a look. >> texas law. bryon wilson, the texas law hawk. challenge of justice. due process, do wheelies. >> this is real. this guy is actually a lawyer. his nickname was law hawk and planning to cash in on it. potential clients have called him since the ad debuted. i wasn't sure if it was a real story and called the number and calls himself the law hawk.
he is really a lawyer in texas and obviously don't mess with him. >> you just got him a lot of business, tom. >> that commercial worked. >> that's right. lara, what do you got? >> i want to start by saying hello to the buckeyes. you know i'm in a good mood as in nittany lion. i'm giving the buckeyes a little love as we give you the "morning menu." come on over here. first up the couple sparking a big debate this morning over purity promises. now they're speaking out about it only on "gma." then should you let your kids dye their hair? is it safe, a way to rebel. how young is too young. then how to keep your hands looking young starting right now. all that and adele speaks out for the first time and she is singing it, baby. we'll talk about that coming up on "good morning america" in times square. "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by moen. buy it for life.
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girls promise their dads they'll remain virgins until marriage but 22-year-olds brelyn bowman took it one step further. >> i do have a special presentation. >> reporter: surprising her father, a pastor with a framed certificate of purity in front of 600 wedding guests and her groom. >> i really want to just prove to him at another level that, dad, your word is good and my word is good and we did it. >> for her to be able to accomplish something especially in this society where it is so sexually driven, it was an exciting moment. >> reporter: the document signed by brelyn and her doctor verifying her virginity reading in part to show how i have honored god and my earthly father in my body by maintaining my purity. >> even though it was something that was presented to her it was still her choice. >> reporter: her wedding post going viral online with thousands commenting, some negative. one writing, why on earth is she presenting such a certificate to her father. another, how sexist is it that
where is his certificate? her husband, 28-year-old tim bowman also a virgin until marriage says the negativity didn't shake their faith. >> to see people support and people have issues with it, i think, is an empowering thing. >> reporter: the couple who dated for three years admits it wasn't easy. >> and i've dated, you know, people and gotten into situations where i've come close to doing where -- >> i don't want to hear that. couldn't be any more happy, more proud. my wife is amazing. >> reporter: and one more thing. >> we're not virgins anymore. >> for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news, new york. >> we know there is a lot of reaction. candace cameron bure is here. co-host of "the view." i know you talked about it yesterday and i guess it's the upset. >> it's a little more unusual. this. i think it's fair to point out there are a lot of people that wait. there are more virgins out there
than we realize but most of them don't share it on social media and i think it's not out of end barsment but because it is a private thing and for a lot of people it is to honor that relationship with god and her case, as well, to honor -- >> the convictions are great, it's just the idea of having that stamp of approval, i guess. >> yeah, i think this was a way that she felt really proud of it of it was a way for her to share her testimony. i don't think -- >> she want os set an example. >> she wants to set an example. >> do you think it's a good way. >> she has all of us talking. i think she's going to be used as an example for people that won't be ashamed or feel uncomfortable talking about waiting. so i do think it's -- it was good. >> i think the issue is for a lot of people the double standard. you didn't see him even though he saved himself present a certificate to his father and it's this idea of being property and saying, look, i'm not damaged goods. >> i didn't see it that way. i understand it but i think this really came down to the relationship between her and her parents and her and her new
husband. >> you don't see men doing this. >> you don't. again, it's a personal choice. he may not have felt he needed to. for me and my kids and choosing to teach abstinence and hoping they wait whether or not they make that decision is totally up to them but i would not want the certificate presented to me. i don't need to know that. >> you'll see a trend coming here? >> i don't. but i think she's given a great testimony. >> and they're lovely people too. they look great. candace, thanks for coming in. you can see her and the rest of the gang on "the view" weekdays at 11:00 eastern, 10:00 pacific and central. >> good to see you, candace. next up in our health heath. our series on "modern parent parenting." died hair is big among celebrities but should you let your tween do it. we first spotted it in "the wall street journal" and here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: bright colored hair is so often spotted on celebs like katy perry, demi lovato and kylie jenner rocking neon locks
on the red carpet but when it comes to tweens should they be able to imitate this popular trend. >> please tell me you fell asleep in grape juice. >> reporter: for this family in los angeles, the answer is yes. >> i green, i might change to blue. i don't know. >> reporter: cody and laura say they've allowed their 10-year-old daughter to dye her hair for five years. 7-year-old little brother indiana is doing it too. >> alison decided to dye her hair colorful color in kindergarten. she was obsessed with strawberry shortcake and i had to oblige. >> reporter: they say that in hair household with rules like limited screen time and no soda, hair and glowing colors is something that's allowed. although they say at first they were a little hesitant. >> my first reaction when alison wanted to die her hair was no because i was concerned about how they would react at school. >> some parenting experts
their hair like these kids could be a positive. >> to express themselves and their individuality and in a less permanent way. it has a lot smaller effect than getting tattooed or pierced. >> reporter: but before buying colorful dyes or hair chalks for your tween parents should check policy. research hair coloring products and talk to their kids to understand why they want to dye their hair. back in l.a., they say the decision to dye their 'dos was best for their family. >> i tell parents that it's just hair. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> it is just hair. right? ours. >> they didn't hear that. they're at school already. >> exactly. all right time now for our series "turn back time." we have a closer look at your hands. according to a study from the american society of plastic surgeons most people can determine a person's age just by looking at their hands.
we're all looking at our hands now but now a new surgical treatment may be able to keep abc's mara schiavocampo has more. >> reporter: gray, 100% not. >> reporter: you covered up those pesky gray hairs. wrinkles. >> reporter: battled wrinkles your weight. all in an effort to hide your years. but at the end of the day it could be your hands that reveal your true age. >> no, no. >> reporter: just like sutton foster's character trying to look half her age on the show "younger." >> the hands give away your age more than anything else. it's very important to rejuvenate the hands so that they match the rest of your body. >> reporter: this morning, doctors say there is a new cure for your rapidly maturing mitts. >> it's a filler that is made of calcium for rejuvenation of the hands. >> reporter: recently radiesse claims to give you a hand in more ways than one. >> it camouflages the vein,
tendons and adds volume but it also triggers your own body to make collagen as well. >> reporter: even younger women are getting on the hand wagon with soon-to-be brides getting their paws plumped to be picture perfect for their big day. >> it just is fuller. you can't see the veins as much and bones and wrinkles in your hands. >> reporter: doctors say it's a simple procedure taking just 15 minutes and even ends with a massage. >> inject it directly into the surface of the hand. i repeat that until the hand is revolumized then i massage. >> reporter: this handy procedure can cost a pretty penny. prices for one treatment ranging from $800 to $1,000. but some say the results prove it is possible to turn back the hands of time. there's also beautiful. you can see the result right year. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. about my hands. bowe.
we just saw a procedure that can have a big impact by plumbing up the hand but tell us what's going on aging our hands. >> besides losing volume, there are two main changes that occur in the hands as we age. so first the skin actually gets paper thin as a result of losing collagen. not only do they look crepey they become very fragile, crepey like cigarette paper. to bruise. you know, as they become so fragile but the other thing that happens we develop brown marks on the hand. most call those liver spots. that's a misnomer. liver. lentigos. exposure. >> there are also uv rays that people don't think about, correct, when getting manicures. >> many don't realize getting regular gel manicures actually speeds up the agesing process. so during a gel manicure, you know, you have to place your hand underneath that lamp in order to cure or set that
polish. but both uv lamps and l.e.d. lamp, you know, those uv-free safe lamps, they've just been proven to emit uva rays that lead to skin cancer, aging. get a safe gel mani use a broad spectrum before you put it underneath. this is my favorite or get fingerless gloves and upf 50. >> there's over the counter used. >> look for one with vitamin c. this is skinceuticals. >> face or hands. >> you also want to look for products that contain retinol. this is glow by dr. brandt and lytera. ask for retin-a or hydro -- on your face. >> great to treat your hands like your face.
unit, your chest and hands. have to treat them all the same. >> great advice. now i'm thinking all about that. dr. whitney bowe, i appreciate it. let's get outside to ginger. >> we're just checking all our hands here. all my new friends. louisiana, what city? >> scarecrow, louisiana. >> happy to report that this morning. not as happy to report this much the a.m. up update for hurricane patricia has not changed. meaning that it is still very intense. 880 millibar, the pressure. the winds still max sustained at 200 miles per hour gusting to 245. you see it dies out over central mexico this weekend but the moisture is going to add to another system that's moving through texas or will move and that's where we're going to get heavier rainfall rates. on flash flood watch saturday into sunday from san anton 40'
s-50 degrees this morning. from canada. we will keep the sunshine but you will notice temperatures very -- barely move throughout the day. lara, it is just about chilly enough we can start doing a dance to stay warm. i'll call it the pop dance. >> looked like she was doing her squats with the toothbrush. get in here. it's "pop news" and this morning, we're saying hello. that's the name of adele's new single which she dropped overnight. it's her first in three years. she explained to bbc radio one long time coming. >> i fete like it was never going to happen or never finish the record and it was really of this and it was a long process.
because i couldn't do it and i thought i'd run out of ideas and just lost my ability to write a song. >> well, we can confirm she has not lost her ability to write a song. so say hello, everyone to adele's new single. hello from the other side i must have called a thousand times to tell you i'm sorry >> the lyrics are an apology for breaking someone's heart and just want to read this. at least i can say i tried to call you. i'm sorry for breaking your heart but it don't matter it clearly doesn't tear you apart anymore. the song is beautiful. the full album is out november 20th. and we are already downloading -- >> cannot wait. >> i have chills, look, because -- she's so good. i really do. >> when i got here this morning, everyone was in the hall and they -- the song was cranking and everyone was like, oh, my god. >> crying. >> we love you adele.
also in "pop news" this morning, chocks and roses definitely go a long way when it goes to love but this morning, in a "pop news" investigation, scientists have uncovered the secret to a long and happy relationship may be quite simple. just say thank you, everybody. a study of 468 married dulls administered by the research professors at the wonderful university of georgia, amy's alma mater. discovered that gratitude was the single most consistent factor among happy couples. scientists also revealed that thank you not only shows appreciation, also eases stress, caused by everyday marital woes especially money but perhaps the most benefit of gratitude, less nagging. expressing gratitude will lead your partner to want to do things without having to be -- >> all makes sense. >> that's the key right will. >> i just want to say thank you. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> so great. you guys are the best family ever. and finally, in "pop news" on this beautiful friday, i'm so
happy it's friday, carving jack-o'-lanterns might not be the spookiest halloween tradition but may make you think you're cursed. we would like you to check out exhibit a. >> oh, my gourd, george. >> what is that? >> and we think this is supposed to be a cat. >> like a cat monster. >> it's horrible. >> definitely a zombie kat and this next artist -- ? it is scary. >> i don't know what this is. i think it might be that guy from the minions -- >> oh, yeah. >> it's a minion. >> i think it is but it looks like a horrible furnace. and then this one reminds us that less is more. >> yeah. >> the entire side off your pumpkin which is why it is a great reminder always buy a backup pumpkin. >> what is that. >> like an angry pig. i don't know. >> look at that one. >> oh, the one -- ? that's kind of cool. >> and that's what it came out. >> oh.
>> live from wcvb tv channel 5. this is a news center 5 update. emily: good morning. a police sergeant is off the job under accusations of police brutality. he' s accused of being of a prisoner at the police station. he has not been charged. an investigation is underway after a contractor is cost taken a selfie on the wing of a plane. american airlines tells us somebody saw the contractor, and called police. the man was escorted off the property. police say no charges have been filed. we did a live look outside. gorgeous sunshine. cindy: the sunshine will stick around all day long. we are in the low 40' s.
50' s in boston. you' ll notice the wind is coming of the west-northwest. that is from canada. we will be and 73 degrees p will have sunshine and upper 40' s. chilly tomorrow , we will be back into the lower 50' s. sunday is the warmest day the weekend. emily: thank you. kevin: we have some troubles on the pike right now. we are keeping traffic heavy back towards the west. up north at 128 we have a crash by 93. we are keeping the delays back into the writing stretch. emily: thank you. this just in. them accredit lincoln chafee has dropped out of the presidential run. more coming up next on gma. r ready to head out
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applause. [ cheers and applause ] are you excited? who's your partner? >> i don't know. >> going solo. tom llamas is here and that's a good thing. one week away from our biggest halloween show ever. i know we say that every year and boy, do we mean it. ginger and amy are taking on tom and george. our edition of the "top 5." moment. first quick rules. if you think you know the answer, buzz in. gets another guess. if you get it wrong the opposing team goes and gets a guess. if it sounds a lot like "family that's right. we borrowed the strategy.
movie villains compilinged by "rolling stone." who do you think they are? buzz, george. i believe you got it first. >> freddy krueger. >> survey says -- number three and you get another guess. tom llamas. >> jason. >> "friday the 13st. >> survey says very well done. i'm going to turn it over to the ladies. let them guess. >> michael myers. >> mike myers. i believe the survey will say -- there you go. another guess for the 4r5ed ladies. top five movie horror villains. >> hannibal. >> hannibal lecter. survey says -- ooh. that's our first one. boy, you can steal it. >> the guy from the shining, jack torrance. >> i said that last night. i'm going to give you a secret. that's not once of the answers. i believe that eddie just got one. eddie said -- >> oh.
chuckie. >> survey says is eddie right? no! >> what about -- >> the clown from -- >> amy. >> how about crawling it a tie. >> i believe we'll call it a tie and read to you "rolling stone's" remaining top five. at number five, leatherface from "the chain saw massacre," texas. i can't believe you didn't get number four, norman bates. >> oh. >> two for you, two for you. we love a good tie here at "gma." twitter. tell us your favorite top five and maybe we will compile a list amy. >> great job, lara. gellar. she's moving on to a galaxy far, far away and abc's sara haines here with that. >> reporter: good morning. the force is strong with sarah michelle gellar as she takes on a new role in the "star wars"
universe. i talked to her about that and another new project she's cooking up. she protected the world as buffy the vampire play slayer. and played the ultimate wicked stepsister in "cruel intentions." now sarah michelle gellar is entering a galaxy far, far away. how does it feel to be a part of a "star wars" universe? >> it's insane. realizing that you're part of this universe, the lore, it's a dream come true. >> reporter: joining the cast of "star wars rebels" playing season two villain the seventh sister. >> you hide your fear well if only you had the power to protect your friends. >> what i love about her she's a very intelligent baddie. her husband freddie prinze jr. already is in it. >> i am hoping with cred with
his dad is a jedi, oh, and that's her mom. >> reporter: passionate about a new role in the kitchen, a company aimed at getting kids and parents cooking. >> our kids loved baking but as busy parents we found it was hard. wouldn't it be great if there was something that came right to your doorstep that was not only tasty and a really cool project but that was better for you. >> better for you and so easy. >> everything that you need all the ingredient, all the stuff. >> reporter: sarah michelle says even i can master these adorable cupcake cones. >> you did it and it's going to taste good. we'll just smoosh it in there. cook them in the oven for about 15 to 17 minutes and let them cool and gently peel away. >> the liner. >> the conversation that happens in the kitchen. it's really where you communicate well together. these are dye-free sprinkles. >> dip. >> here's the best part, you know what we get to do. >> eat it. >> cheers.
>> thank you for making it with me. >> thank you. >> applause. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. they're available online. such a great idea. i am going to order mine. all right, season two of "star wars rebels" airs wednesdays on disney xd. ginger. >> you made me hungry. all those cupcakes and my beautiful crowd here. want to say good morning. we also want to finally have something nice to say. how about we talk about that late season warmth sticking around for places like indianapolis today but much cooler by the end of the weekend so don't get too, too used to it. fly you from west to east and leave you right there. that is the big picture. cindy: good morning. we have sunshine
you by macy's. let's skip over and say hi to george and amy. >> sara is doing double duty because there's a hack for that. take it away. >> fun one. three great dads, first up, meet eric vanus, father of three hailing from idaho and a diy dynamo. a wall full of crayon marks is no match for him. youtube loves him and you're about to see why. and next put your hands together for doug marcoux, father of two from washington. he runs a construction business by day and loves a power tool, don't we all. get ready for one hair-raising hack. and finally, last but not least, russ olsen father of five from utah and from the blog, how does she but you'll be asking how does he when you see how he takes on the kitchen. russ, come on out. okay. russ, this is something that we
meal time gets pretty messy with kids. i can't relate to it yet but eventually. i've seen it. so can you tell us a little about why everyone is loving this hack. >> so what it is, sloppy joes are messy and go all over the place. >> they're messy. >> so this helps dads get a little more tidier and make it nicer so they're not as sloppy for the kids. so what it is is throw out the buns, okay, don't use the buns for sloppy joes. you want to dip a little in here so just like this. take a little bit of the dressing, put it in the middle of these -- these are biscuits. >> like regular store bought. >> regular biscuit -- hand biscuits. and then you fold it over. >> i love that. >> and you pinch it. >> this is such a great idea. >> yeah, you fold it over and pinch it so once you pinch it like that you put it in the oven. >> fold and pinch. >> fold and pinch. >> i can handle ha. >> then you put it in the oven. 350 degrees for 15 minutes and that's it. >> i love it. >> what do you call them.
>> you have a different name. >> we call them tidy joes. >> i like it. >> i like this. amy, do we -- >> i'm still finding a way to make a mess. >> there's one. >> all right. >> amy will eat it. she'll eat anything. >> she's the mikey likes it on set & next up doug with his beautiful daughter here. now, this i think anybody can relate to. dads when they're stuck with hair duty. can you show us, why is everyone loving this? >> i tried to do her hair to get her ready and it was hopeless. my friend said go to youtube and figure out how to do braids and different designs. >> a braid. >> that didn't work either. >> that's like calculus. i saw somebody doing a vacuum and we adopted that ever since. it's the only way i can -- >> what did your wife think? >> same thing when i do a lot of things, she rolls her eyes and spies. >> sounds great in theory but this really works. >> it does work. >> show me how -- >> the one thing --
>> are you scared? you trust your daddy. >> here we go. >> let's see the ponytail. >> we use a clean tool for her hair and not the rest of the vacuum. >> are you taking notes. >> i like it. >> then you have a rubber band. >> that was amazing. >> you look so pretty. just like mine. i'm up next. okay. last but certainly not least we've got eric vanus. now, you have a video that's been viewed as well 1.5 million times. >> that's correct. >> every parent can relate to the child artist. >> yes, absolutely. so as you heard i have three young children all of which are very artistic which basically just means my walls are covered in crayon marks and marker spots. >> the sign of a great family. >> yes, absolutely. as long -- i mean, even if i'm sitting there trying to watch them i turn away, i come back and they have this beautiful child graffiti. >> show us. >> absolutely.
have to repaint your walls is right in your bathroom. it's just solid toothpaste. make sure you don't use the gel kind, the white stuff, you want to throw it right on the toothbrush. get it a little wet and you're just going to -- >> go to down. >> i like this. >> really just take it right off. get in there, george. you can do this, man. >> you can maybe encourage your kids to brush their teeth, as well. two-fer. >> there it is. >> hey, it works. >> get in there. >> george is cleaning. make sure you're rolling on this. thank you to all our dads. you can submit your own fast life hacks at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! thanks so much for being here. >> all right. >> while george is still cleaning combing up next we have a special edition of improve this! expert ways to restore your
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time now for a very exciting edition of "improve this!." this morning we're all about oh, there you are. hello, america. we brought in the big guns. home improvement expert carter >> yes. >> i'm happy to see you. >> we don't give enough love to our doors. >> i know that and it's such a statement. sort of sets the tone for your home and there are really cheap and cheerful simply chic ways -- >> solutions and i'm here to be
the voice for all our front doors. >> you are the voice of the front door of america so let's start with the drafty door. we want to save you money on your energy bill. >> the first thing weatherstripping. save over 30% of your energy within just weatherstripping alone so we'll go in here and get weather stripping and our tape measure and we're going to get a screw gun because if you want to add a door sweep on the bottom, the first -- >> do you recommend it. >> door sweep, if you have an eighth of an inch all the way around your door right around the top, the bottom and sides, that's the equivalent to a six-inch hole in diameter in your wall. >> just air and money flowing out of your house. >> use your weatherstripping. get all different kind, vinyl, different adhesives. >> it really isn't hard. it. >> peel and stiff. that's all. >> peel and stick. >> another really simple a to update is paint it. right and wrong way. >> right way to do it, so we see our door right hire.
the one thing you want to make sure you start from the appropriate area which is start in the middle of the door and then -- >> all of the depressed areas. >> all of these recessed areas so start in here and work your way out so start on the center portion here, work your way out, work your way out and then you want to work on your rails and styles. these are your rails and verticals are your styles. >> should you paint in the direction of -- >> exactly. paint in the direction they go. the reason you do that so many doors have so much wood grain within them and this is the most efficient way to make sure your door is going to look appropriate. >> okay. >> then you also want to make sure that you take all the hardware and that you close -- that you -- >> wrap it up? and you can use tin foil which is so good if you don't have painter's tape. >> that is like my favorite thing to use for everything. >> but tin foil is so cool but then the last thing add to your hardware. spray paint it if you don't want to get new hardware. what you can do really quick,
add in right here is a little piece of tape so you don't ruin the mechanism. >> the big reveal. we did a door and carter did it. so here is a beautiful door that incorporates all of carter's tip, the painted hardware, beautifully painted door that is very simple. of course, there is no air getting through this door at all because of weatherstripping. >> absolutely not. absolutely not and then we just did a couple more things and a wreath. we can use this all season, a vine wreath. we put a little love onto the side windows -- >> really great. >> that's etching and we'll let you know how to do it on our website on goodmorningamerica.com. thank you so much, carter. always fun to have you. come back soon, please. he's got great tips. we'll have him on our website, joe jonas, though, is with husband. his new band dnce performing next so don't go anywhere.
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