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sday. good morning, america. breaking right now, tropical storm julia slams the southeast. the system growing overnight after sparking a tornado in florida. and torrential rain. now georgia and the carolinas on alert for flooding. donald trump under investigation. new legal trouble over his ch aim. >> this is the guy you want to be championing working people? >> trump trying to win female voters overnight. teaming up with ivanka to unveil his child care plan. >> i think it's going to make a lot of people very, very happy. a lot of moms very happy. >> this morning ivanka joins us live. terrifying attack. a driver caught on camera plowing into police officers at a gas station sending one flying eight feet into the air.
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and the search for a motive right now. american athletes exposed. secret medical records hacked from simone biles, the williams sisters and more revealing the drugs they were taking during the olympics. russians suspected in the attack. the superstars responding this morning. and good morning, america. happy wednesday. a lot including ivanka trump. she's right here in the studio right now standing by. we'll speak with her soon. >> there she is. robin, you have a big interview with tim cook, apple ceo and got a chance to try out the earpods. >> there were other things to talk to him about but that's what everyone is talking about. so many people. you're not the only one. so many are curious. i tried them out, of course, he defended them. i was there in harlem, a wonderful program apple connecting with the high
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across the country to connect kids. >> that's critical. first we want to get to all that tropical storm julia forming over florida hours ago. winds reaching 40 miles an hour sparking a tornado, rob marciano in for ginger and you're going to tell us about the storm's impact. >> we were watching this. weak unorganized system for several days but got organized quickly yesterday and did damage across bra vad and volusia co one tornado touching down bringing down trees, as well. sustained wind as long the coastline. the center is over brunswick, georgia, just hugging the coastline so as it does that it's staying organized. we have tropical storm warnings and flash flood warnings extend into south carolina. substantial heavy rain and the forecast for this keeps it inland but if it stays alongle coastline may keep its strength for a couple more days and heavy rain will be the main impact with this.
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the race for the white house. donald trump under fire facing a fwlis tering attack from president obama and investigation into his charity while he prepares for his first debate with hillary clinton and unveils a new child care plan overnight. tom llamas with the latest overnight. >> trump already firing back on twitter asking why the president is campaigning and not working? this as team trump prepares for another possible legal fight less than two months before the election. in a new plan announced overnight, d one point held up a baby says he's committed to helping working mothers get more child care benefits. >> that means we need working mothers to be fairly compensated for their work and have access to affordable, quality child care for their kids. that's what we're doing. >> reporter: also overnight, donald trump says he's going to be on his best behavior at the debate unless hillary clinton pushes him too far.
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respect unless she treats me, you know, in a certain manner in which case that will be the end of that. but i am certainly starting off with the, you know, the feeling that i'm going to treat her with great respect. >> reporter: trump's debate prep coming as he could be facing new legal trouble. new york attorney general eric sneiderman now investigating the candidate's charitable group, the trump foundation, the inquiry comes after a series of reports by "the washington post" questioning trump's donations. "t showing trump had not donated to his own charity since 2008 and that the trump foundation used $20,000 in funds to buy a six-foot-tall painting of trump. the trump campaign releasing a statement calling sneiderman a partisan hack who has turned a blind eye to the clinton foundation for years and has endorsed hillary clinton for president. this is nothing more than another left wing hit job.
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hillary clinton while she recovers from pneumonia. >> no matter how many times people knock her down, and mess with her, she does not quit. >> reporter: this as buzzfeed is out with a story showing hacked e-mails from colin powell reveal the former secretary of state calling trump a, quote, national disgrace who has no sense of shame. a spokesperson for powell telling abc news the e-mails were properly quoted. powell did not know he had been hacked. in those e-mails the trying to lump him into her e-mail controversy. powell says he told clinton he used his personal computer for unclassified e-mails. powell calls hillary's staffers minions and says the media isn't fooled and she will get crucified. >> thanks very much. jon karl has more on this. i think we can safely say colin powell won't be endorsing anybody soon. >> the least surprising news we've had. >> the questions about the trump
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washington post." possible investigation in new york. questions being raised in florida as well. >> look, the attorney general of new york, that really looks a lot like a partisan hit job, somebody who has gone after him in the past. obviously elected democrat but there are big questions about the trump foundation. we know a fraction about it than we know about the clinton foundation and a fraction of the size, much smaller but a lot of unanswered questions. >> the clinton foundation faced these questions and shut down if hillary clinton gets elected president because of conflicts and "newsweek" out with a major cover story about trump's businesses in the company of trump and basically lays out the case, an investigation of his businesses around the world and says that they are so extensive, so vast, so tied in many cases to foreign governments he would have to find a way to shut them down or face impossible conflicts as president. >> a vast ebbitt prize, again, that we know very little about. there are some public disclosures, why "newsweek" was able to do the story, what trump said he would turn the
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children. the problem here, george, is that his children are his most important political advisers so it's really hard to see how he can untangle this and expect the clinton campaign will make an issue of this virtually every day from now till november. >> ivanka will join us live. i want to ask about president obama. we saw him campaigning hard in philadelphia. >> sure did. >> what's his role now with the campaign? >> boy, he really seemed to have the mojo back there, didn't he? this was the obama of 2008, lo out there not just making the case for hillary clinton, but playing the attack dog going right at donald trump, you're going to see him out there a lot in the final months. >> like he's the vice presidential candidate. >> and he's loving it. >> okay, thank you very much. of course, as you said ivanka trump here in our next half hour. but now to that cyberhack targeting some of america's top athletes. u.s. officials defending them after files revealed simone biles, the williams sisters and
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take banned substances. brian ross is here with those details. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, robin. u.s. officials are expressing outrage over what they call a smear, the hack that put the private medical records and conditions of four top u.s. olympic athletes online for the world to see. at the age of 19, simone biles was the pride of america. >> simone biles. >> reporter: winning four olympic gold medals making her the most decorated u.s. gymnast but now the hack of biles' records from the world anti-doping agency has forced her to go public with her attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. having adhd and taking medicine for it is nothing to be ashamed of she wrote on twitter. nothing that i'm afraid to let people know. biles was one of four u.s. athletes whose medical records were hacked and posted online. along with venus and serena williams and a member of the
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donne. apparently from the world anti-doping agency shows the players had used medications on the prohibited drug list but that in each case they had received approval for therapeutic use and had not sought to keep it secret from the testing agency. >> these documents prove these u.s. athletes played by the book and did everything that they were supposed to do. the complete opposite of what the russians did. >> reporter: in the case of the russians more than 100 of its athletes were banned from this what was called state-sponsored drug cheating. experts are now pointing at russia and its skilled cyberthieves for this latest hack all coming after the cyberattack into the computers of the democratic national committee. >> they're sending a message. if you screw around with russia and make russia unhappy, russia will get into your network, find something embarrassing and show the whole world. >> brian, all these hacks
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say, yes they are and see certain telling details in each of the codes they use that all link back to moscow. >> they don't mind that you know. >> apparently not. that's the message they're trying to send as dick clarke said. >> more coming. >> several thousand overnight on the dnc put online not as explosive as the previous ones during the convention but a lot more coming. >> seems lying all the u.s. at lets taking it in stride and basketball star elena delle donne was surgery when she wrote with this picture with her thumb's up. i'd hike to thank the hackers for making the world aware that i legally take a prescription for a condition i've been diagnosed with, thanks, guys. >> because once again they did nothing wrong, these athletes did nothing wrong and played by the rules. >> played by the rules and nothing to be ashamed of. elena, happy rerecovery. hopefully a speedy recovery for you. let's switch gears and look at this video. a scary attack on officers in
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details. >> reporter: this morning three phoenix cops are recovering from this, what their chief calls an unprovoked attack. >> our phoenix police officers were targeted. >> reporter: it began just before 2 a.m. tuesday. a sergeant and two officers meeting outside this convenience store. but nearby a man in this red car appears to watch them for a few minutes then this. you can see the sergeant going down with a broken leg. another officer dives out of the way. but a third cop is sent flying eight feet those are his legs, that officer, a 33-year-old rookie, his first day on the job. >> this is a violent cowardly act on our police officers and it's simply unacceptable. >> reporter: but it's not over. the officers that were just hit must now fight the suspect, 44-year-old mark payne, you can see them finally using a taser to help make the arrest. the police chief isn't speculating on payne's motive but he's angry about what he sees as a pattern of attacks
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>> i thank god that we're not planning three funerals right now. >> reporter: the two injured officers expected to be okay. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> boy, just horrible right there. we move on now to that university of north carolina football player suss spended prosecutor the team after a woman accuses him of sexual assault and demands justice. linzie janis has the story. >> reporter: university of north carolina football player allen artis is suspended from the team his arrest for misdemeanor sexual assault. his accuser, delaney robinson, coming forward tuesday saying she hoped for harsher charges but felt authorities and the university were dragging their feet. >> my life has changed forever while the person who assaulted me remains as a student, as a football player on this campus. >> reporter: according to robinson after a night of drinking styx months ago at a
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she said she never met before. she went straight to the hospital afterwards then to the police who she says treated her like a suspect. >> did i lead him on? have i hooked up with him before? do i often have one-night stands? did i even say no? >> reporter: robinson and her lawyers say an interrogation tapes they've seen investigators joked with her alleged attacker telling him to keep playing football and not to worry. >> this man police told him not to sweat it. how can this happen? >> reporter: also saying despite physical evidence the d.a. failed to charge artis so they settled for a lesser misdemeanor charge using an unusual north carolina law. robinson telling her story under oath to a magistrate who issued that arrest warrant. now if artis is convicted of that misdemeanor, he could face
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the case is still open and more serious charges could still be brought. meanwhile, george, the university says privacy laws prevent it from commenting on the case. >> we will keep an eye on it. more trouble for samsung. the owner of a samsung galaxy note 7 says he was driving down a highway in florida charging his phone when it suddenly exploded. you see the aftermath right there. the fire spread through his entire car. this is just the samsung blames a battery cell issue telling them to power down the phone and has not issued an official recall. edward snowden says he deserves a pardon on moral grounds from president obama and says he claimed the country for the better when he exposed the secret surveillance programs. he is currently living in russia. and scientists trapped by polar bears at a weather station
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have encircled a weather station fort of siberia. the researchers have run out of flares to scare them. finally while it takes a lot of taping to run a marathon but these runners got trained in a whole different way when a freight train went barreling through their marathon route in pennsylvania. organizers say the railroad had agreed to stop the trains. someone did not get the message and this was a big deal. runners from delayed by nine minutes and this was a of people did things they shouldn't have done climbing through the trucks, trains, trying to make the time. >> did they get it back. >> they'll look at it on a case-by-case basis. >> trained all that time and that happens. >> great to have you back. our heart goes out to you in the loss of your grandmother. >> she was a wonderful, wonderful woman and she is very missed. >> word nderful to have you bac our interview with tim cook
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variety of topics including the new iphone and those notorious airpods, wireless headphones inspiring a joke or two online. iphone 7. okay, so what sets this one apart. >> this is the best iphone we've ever created. the photo quality is absolutely stunning and killer. now in addition to that, battery life is longer. the performance of the iphone is killer. we now have stereo speakers in here. >> there is something that's missing. the earphone jack because people have been critical of that. you said it was courageous. what did you mean by that. >> well, wireless is the future and so when you decide on what the future is, you want to get there as soon as you can. now, why is that important for the consumer? well, that plug, that jack takes up a lot of space in the phone and there's a lot of more important things we can provide
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the stereo speakers i mentioned, those were also enabled because of the jack is not there anymore. >> if you could go back to the airpods, that was a big deal. people are fearful it's going to fall out. i'm going to lose them. have you all discussed that. >> there is a little case that you put the airpods in, magnetically, they're sort of sucked down into the case, it's a great place to both charge them and keep them. awhile and because they don't have wires on them, the wires tend to help the airbud to fall out, right, because it applies weight on those. by snipping the wires, i have never personally had one fall out. >> let me see those. >> you got to see this. >> let me see these suckers. >> you got to see this. >> try it out. >> okay. >> i've been on treadmills.
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>> dancing, twerking. >> -- i normally do. >> can i hear something. >> one republic. >> let me put on some tunes. >> i like this. >> i tried to shake them out. you're a runner. >> i am mesmerized look at you talking about twerking, wow. >> but after you spoke to tim cook they came out with ios 10 but it wasn't as smooth as they wanted, had a few problems. >> there were problems and apologized for them and got it fixed right away. we'l harlem. we were there. we got to get to the weather and rob. >> want to show you this storm. it'll go down as one of the strongest on the planet. meranti and clipped the sovereign tip of taiwan winds at 200 miles an hour and will hit mainland china.
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good morning. all right, let's get a check on the weather. keeping my eye on the radar. still no hit the road now, right? and into the morning, though, the showers and clusters of thunderstorms will move into northeast ohio. bringing our rain chances up. the current temperatures, we have a cold pocket stretching from holmes count into wayne. 53 and 54 degrees. there, 63 in cleveland. the numbers are going to track up about 75 degrees at the high tested and that is a look at the forecast. have a great day. and when we come back, ivanka trump joins us live, all
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. okay, still watching the radar. no sign of rain right now in northeast ohio. we're dry and it's time to hit the road. i am thinking the latest in the morning, the end of the morning rush hour into lunchtime and that is when the showers will approach from the west and really impacting our lakeshore counties and our southern counties later on in the afternoon. degrees right now in elyria; 57, medina. , 63 in cleveland and 62 in coshockton and 54 in millersburg and taking it hour, the highs reaching the low 70s today and we're talking about rain chances. kristen. >> and thank you so much, somara. at least we're dry and stow far here, let's go to -- and so far here, u.s. 42 north of columbia road and train gates are down in that area. so, avoid it if you can. state highway patrol is trying to get someone out to fix the issue.
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? sorry ? >> beyonce rocking the vmas. the "formation" tours one of the hottest around but could be a tough ticket to get. scalpers are buying up so many, reselling then at much higher prices. well, there's a battle before congress cracked down on all that. >> tickets through the roof. also right now, hillary clinton set to return to the campaign trail tomorrow after her battle with pneumonia. as ivanka trump joins her father overnight to talk child care. she's standing by to join us in a moment. this morning, uber is debuting self-driving cars in pittsburgh. a lot of people wondering about that. the cars are offering a hands-free ride but safety drivers will be behind the wheel. >> interesting. interesting.
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protesters who rushed ryan lochte on "dancing with the stars," they're now revealing why they did it and we're going to tell you how the show is responding to that and what lochte is aing about that. all that coming up. >> we heard from tom bergeron yesterday. a lot more to come. first amy is over with ivanka trump. >> good morning. ivanka joined her father to roll out a new child care proposal guaranteeing maternity leave for new mother, the plan could help widen trump's appeal with women voters and here's what ivanka had to say about it. >> this it's a family issue. it's an american issue. it's an issue that's often been discussed but has yet to be solved. my father plans to change that. >> ivanka trump joins us now after that announcement last night and, ivanka, at the center of this plan, six weeks guaranteed paid maternity leave for mothers across the u.s. workforce. did it take any convincing? >> no, it's long overdue and
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one component of a much larger plan dealing with one of the biggest issues in our country which is the inaffordable, inaccessible child care system that's failing american families so now child care is actually the single greatest household expense in much of the country exceeding even the cost of housing so a lot of people don't realize this, but families, families with young children especially before they get into the school system really need relief. plan for how to make child care more affordable, more accessible, create more optionality by regulation reduction and creating a more dynamic child care market so we were very excited about it and obviously the maternity leave component is one component that i feel very strongly about and i think is long overdue in this country. >> the clinton campaign quick to pounce on it saying that it wasn't good enough.
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why not also deal with paternity leave, why did you not include fathers in the plan? >> well, i think we took a giant leap forward with the plan and, you know, respectfully, the hillary clinton has been around for decades and there's no policy benefiting either mothers or fathers in terms of paid leave. so i think the fact that we are advocating for this and advoc advocating forward so strongly and taking leadership on this is testament in itself to our thoughts on this subject, but certainly she had >> for the record she's running though on her website she is guaranteeing up to 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave to care for a new child or a seriously ill family member. >> we have not been in public office for the last several decades and she has. so she could have instituted some of those policies in that role and has not done so. >> you're an executive vice president at the trump organization. you said last night that the trump organization headed by your father does offer paid
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of employees of your father? >> it is and also adoption leave. so it's a great thing and at my own business since inception i've offered eight weeks paid leave, only 10% of american companies offer that benefit so it is quite unique and this policy is to encourage more companies and to encourage all americans to be able to get the benefit of it should they be new mothers i'll go a step further in my own business i also offer flexible hours. i don't police sick days or vacation days, i really believe that when you hire people who are self-starters, you don't need to police those sorts of things and i think it's very important to create work environments that are results oriented and we've spoken about this a little in the past. >> we have, indeed. >> and i think especially for women who are managing so many
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caregiver and the child care policy is so important because as primary care givers we're pulled in many directions and that's reflected in the fact that there's tremendous wage disparity and greater when you become a mother and now motherhood is the greatest preich iter of wage and equality even over gender. >> new questions being raised about what would happen to the trump organization if your father indeed becomes presint given the foreign investments and ties from the trump organization to foreign investments. what will you and your family do to prevent any potential con flibls of interest? >> there's something so much bigger than our business at stake and that's the future of this country. as a private business we can make decisions that are not in our best interest. we're not beholden 0 anyone to shareholders. we can say, you know what, we'll do less deals and not going to do that deal even though it's a
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create a conflict of interest and we'll act incredibly responsibly and my father already said he would put it into a blind trust and it would be run by us. so he's been very articulate on that fact and outspoken but this is so much bigger than another deal and we all recognize that. >> the candidates' health have become a big issue especially with hillary clinton. he told our david muir he might release more of dr. oz later today to discuss your father's health. can you tell us what he's prepared to release later today? >> i cannot. i'll allow him to release it when he does but i will tell you that the strength, the stamina that is required of what he does every day is unbelievable. and i was out on the campaign trail with him for one day yesterday and i need this coffee in the morning so he's does this every day.
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>> his health is unbelievable. so i should be so lucky to keep his schedule these days. >> all right. ivanka trump as always we appreciate your time this morning. thank you. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> back to you guys. >> all right. now, thank you, amy. coming up on our big board, jonbenet ramsey's brother breaking his silence about being a suspect in a murder. plus, the fight to get tickets to your favorite concerts and shows, a battle is now brewing with those bots buying and marking up ticket prices. for your wallet and our insiders will join us back in two
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rated everyone 10 and up. back now with the big board and weighing in on our top stories starting at the table with our friend dan abrams. >> good to be here. >> good to see you. let's start -- burke ramsey telling him it was like to be considered a
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hadn't been under the cloud even though dna evidence cleared him. >> he wasn't a real suspect and i know a lot will be frustrated to hear him particularly episode two of dr. phil's interview. he was never a real suspect and not a real suspect now and this interview is making him seem like a suspect. he was 9 years old at the time. remember that. there are questions being asked, well, when this happened why didn't you say this and why didn't you include jonbenet in a years old at the time. 9-year-olds and that's another thing, by the way, if burke ramsey had committed this crime when he was interrogated at age 9, you don't think he would have cracked back at the time. >> a lot of people talking about his demeanor. his demeanor, unemotional but he's addressing it in this interview. but do you think -- why do you think he decided to speak out now. >> i think it was a mistake in retrospect. in particular watching him.
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on his face which is just going to lead people to ask more questions. i don't think it's a smile. i don't think he's happy. i think it's just an uncomfortable sort of facial thing and that is just the way he appears. i don't know burke ramsey but from watching the interview that's what it appeared to me but on the whole i don't think this was a smart thing to do. >> he was paid. >> he better have gotten paid a lot of money to do this otherwise there was no reason for him to do this because the whole way this is being framed on "dr. each day there is a new potential reason that burke ramsey did it. >> revelation. >> and he's going to respond to it today. >> he's not a suspect and even the people who think still to this day that john and patsy ramsey ought to be suspects, the people in law enforcement don't think burke ramsey ought to be a suspect and i think that's really important to remember. >> all right, well, we'll keep an eye on that story and keep watching. to the big headline about
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watchers after she bought a 10% stake in the company and became a spokesperson is showing signs of trouble and its ceo resigning and stocks have fallen and fitness expert chris powell is here, and chris is joining us live, and, chris, the oprah effect is real. we've all seen it. you attach oprah to your business and usually takes off and always and continues to be successful. in this case weight watchers, it's falling. what do you think is the reason for that? >> yeah, for years the "o" factor a grand slam for any business and in all fair actually up now at this point over where it was last year, you just saw that big $1.4 billion spike in a matter of a month and we've seen it fall 1.2 billion over the last nine months and so the thing is it's almost like losing 10 pounds and gaining 9 of it back. you still lost a pound. so but the biggest thing with oprah when she got on board we all including myself we all expected something exciting, new and innovative and wateight
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can't afford to do that in this weight loss market space. >> there's so much competition, fitness trackers and new natural foods so weight watchers isn't there alone. >> yeah, you're right. you just said the magic words. it's these fitness trackers and apps, they are -- it's technology. that is the future of fitness and weight loss for 9 masses. they offer creative, fun, exciting ways to lose weight and educate you and bring in a whole community and wit it's not going anywhere and only going to be growing. >> we found out she likes bread like a lot of us do. >> she looks good, though. chris powell, thanks very much. moving on to that brewing battle against ticket callers. adele and beyonce have taken it on and "hamilton" taking on the fight calling on congress to regulate this. alex gale from "complex" magazine. what can congress do.
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who has tried to buy a ticket for "hamilton" will tell you. they generally go for $199 and be on stubhub for $2,000. there was a report by the new york attorney general that had one company making $16 million in unlicensed ticket seller. ticketmaster had a lawsuit against another company that was buying 200,000 tickets a day and this is despite the fact they have security measures like captions where you have to type in weird letters and limits to where you can only buy four these bots have allowed them to get around it and the law that the senate is considering and will probably pass, you have a company in tennessee buying tickets in new york, and the enforcement is all over the map and all over the place. >> well, alex, if congress passes this bill that addresses this and president obama signs it, will it really fix the problem? >> you know, i think it's not
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because it's illegal doesn't mean it doesn't happen, you see another music issue with internet piracy. it still happens because the technology allows people to do it. that is what is going to happen here. you have it in place. the security measures, but the bots always outsmart them so really kind of up to people like ticketmaster to catch up to that. there's another law that they could also ad which would be making people have to bring their i.d. to pick up tickets, that's the other way to do it and we'll see what happens. line for a concert in the rain or something like that? >> oh, every jeer the jingle ball with my kids is a very -- >> i used to be on the phone with ticketmaster trying to win tickets went on sale for the rolling stones or j. geils. >> j. geils. >> it didn't work? >> chris, how about you? >> i never got them. >> pearl jam, 1996 at the key arena, i toad in line for three hours and i got my tickets.
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>> wow. >> in the early '80s. >> all right. thank you, alex, chris and dan. thank you very much, man. coming up in two minutes those ryan lochte protesters who rushed the "dancing with the stars" stage. now they're out of jail and they are revealing why they did it. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. my psoriatic arthritis caused joint pain. just like my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. and i was worried about joint damage. my doctor said joint pain from ra... that could only get worse. he prescribed enbrel to help relieve pain and help stop further damage. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal, events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. tell your doctor if you've been someplace where fungal infections are common or if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores,
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lochte's participation. it wasn't just that pair, there were other protesters in the gallery chanting, liar, liar. in the wake of that rush, the show telling abc news in a statement a full evaluation of security procedures and protocols is taking place and we will make any changes deemed necessary. we caught up with those protesters after their release from jail tuesday. >> we were at the olympics, so what happened was what he did, embarrassed americans, the climb changed. >> reporter: what he did was lie about vandalizing a gas station in rio saying police had robbed him at gunpoint. >> lochte is a coward, a liar and under brazilian law a criminal. >> reporter: both samsung sododeh and bar seen soroudi charged with misdemeanor trespassing. >> this was our form of protest against him.
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then we realized it wasn't, it broke my heart. >> reporter: lochte hoping to earn back america's support. >> i changed and i want to become a better person. >> reporter: now lochte has apologized to the rio olympics for that gas station fiasco and also been slapped with what could be a career ending suspension from usa swimming. now those two protesters face their own date with the law due back in court on october 4th. guys. >> a little bit more to be heard from that. you had a lot of fun with those airpods when you were up in harlem with the ceo of apple, tim cook. also talking about the program connect-ed. >> do you have to slo-mo that? >> funnier in slo-mo. >> what are you listening to. >> any time you say twerk you know we'll go back and show that. >> your showdown. your dance-off with shaq, when is that coming up? >> whenever the big man wants some of all of this. all right. we got more of that exclusive interview with ceo tim cook
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. good morning. it's 7:56. i'm corrina pysa with breaking news overnight. a shooting in cleveland sending two men to the hospital. this is a little after 1:30 this morning. east 70th street and huff avenue. shell casings left behind in the street here. cleveland ems telling me that both men were taken to university hospital and are in stable condition. >> thank you. and a marine corps veteran is do you in court this morning. >> he crashed into and that's why. the mom ran a red light crashing into another's car is come this end gout out and shot her with a rifle. the friends say he suffers from ptsd and the crash may have triggered a flashback. >> and in 13 and a half hours, the gazebo where rice was killed will be taken down and that pavilion became a memorial after he was shot by a cleveland police officer. his death in 2049 sparked
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the gazebo will about to chicago's -- will go to chicago's stoney island bank where it will be displayed. >> and we want to get you a check of the forecast. and this is -- . >> and loose get a look right now. we have showers getting ready to move in and that is a chance for a thunderstorm and that is going to be prevalent into the afternoon and the showers are moving in and why of you're degrees in medina; 61, canton and they're riding to the low 70s. >> and thank you so much, i had a tumble in here and we're okay, though, in the news on i room and you're congested to rocky river and into the brook helpiary as well and interest
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the southeast is getting slammed. tropical storm julia growing overnight. threats now of flash floods. gusty winds caused by thunderstorms. georgia and the carolinas on alert right now. gold medal champ simone biles forced to reveal she has adhd saying for it since she was a kid. questions about whether it could give her an edge at the games as she pushes back saying she's always competed clean. try it and buy it live. info meshes making big promises from the pan that nothing will stick to in that will help you lift anything. how will they work? live. all that and "magnificent 7"
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>> good morning sh, america. >> haley. way to go. >> we know she's got a lot of star power. we know she has quite a hip check. >> yes. >> why you got to talk about the hips. why. why always the hips. >> how is your hip? >> thank you. my daily update, it's great. >> daily update. mentioned something about what you tan in line for at the concert. we got a little surprise for you. ? shake it shake it ? >> peaches and herb, "shake your groove thing." >> reunited and it feels so good. >> you're back. we're reunited it feels so good. that's what i said, peaches and herb. >> so cute.
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to see them. >> thank you for our musical interlewd. "gma" exclusive. we've got "allure" magazine's big chief revealing the annual best of beauty award winners and tried out thousands of products. we've got the best ones, we're revealing them right here on "gma" in just a little bit. products are terrific. >> our control is like a deejay, they go dial down the sound and brought it back up. >> interlude. there we go. >>ri she's got the morning rundown. good morning, everyone. we begin with new details coming in about tropical storm julia. bearing down on parts of florida and georgia dumping as many as ten inches. heavy wind causing problems and rob has the latest on all of that wet weather. rob. >> this thing popped up and organized yesterday amp and nailed our tenth named storm of the season. with winds of 40 miles an hour most are offshore and did damage yesterday and concerned about
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especially in the way of some heavy rain over the next 24 to 48 hours. right now centered right along the coastline. if it stays there and sneaks off it may strengthen a little bit. watching it throughout the morning. amy, back over to you. >> thanks so much. this morning the obama administration is asking congress for more than $2.5 billion to help louisiana rebuild from last month's historic flooding. thousands of people were displaced. and now to the race for the white house and the opinion of a high-profile republican has come to light this morning. buzzfeed former secretary of state colin powell called donald trump a, quote, national disgrace. last night trump made a new push for women voters appearing with his daughter ivanka. he proposed tax breaks for child care expenses and called for six weeks of paid maternity leave for women who don't get that benefit at work. here in new york, trump faces a new investigation, the state's attorney general is looking into trump's charity and how he used the money from the foundation and as for hillary clinton, she is expected to
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pneumonia. and she has her work cut out for her. a new poll finds her trailing trump now in ohio. four companies including mattel and hasbro have been fined after being accused of collecting children's personal information and then tracking them online. the settlement totaling more than $800,000 was announced by new york state officials. it stops the companies from using the tracking technology. officials said many of the websites home to popular toys and featured the technology that can track every move a child maybes on that site and provide the this was to advertisers. well another car fire is being blamed on samsung's latest smartphone. a driver in florida, take a look at that, says his galaxy note 7 exploded while he was charging it. samsung is telling customers to turn off the phone and is offering exchanges as quickly as possible. critics say the delay is putting customers, however, at risk. well, finally bruce
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they go to it but being in the show that was a dream come true for a 19-year-old college sophomore named matthew. he was invited up on stage in philadelphia after he showed bruce his sign asking to play along with the song "no surrender." matthew traveled with his dad from texas just to see the concert. what a memory that s i love it. he said he only practiced the chords just a few days before. he didn't actually think he was going to get on and said even though he looks the entire time. he did a great job. >> he did a great job. >> not in a band but i think he can start one now. >> he looked comfortable. he looked very comfortable. >> thank you. "pop news" now? >> let's do it. >> all right, guys, we'll begin with an exclusive. we've got the final star-studded list of presenters for the 68th annual emmy awards including bryan cranston, amy poehler, tina fey, of course, like peanut
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sutherland. claire danes and tony goldwyn from "scandal." as the stars get ready for the big day the awards are having quite the luxurious journey to l.a. here they are stopping in chicago for a glass of champagne, of course. then getting buckled in for their flight. en route to make folks very, very happy and it all happens sunday night hosted by jimmy kimmel. i will also be there with our buddy chris har preshow sunday 7:00 p.m. right here on abc, 7:00 p.m. eastern so check your local listings. >> you have your dress picked out. >> i have three. can you help me after the show? i need a post-show meeting. i need a ladies meeting. also in "pop news" this morni morning -- >> i'll be back real soon. >> another one of our gals in the news this morning, sources
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? ooh how great was that simone biles in rio? dominated the games. now this morning she's answering questions about her health after her medical records were leaked and they did show she had permission to show the medication she was using for adhd during the competition but some are asking if those drugs gave her an unfair leg up at the olympics? >> and there it is. >> reporter: this morning america's golden girl targeted. >> she's just got so much power. >> reporter: simone biles one of the victims of the latest cyberattack.
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some of usa's star athletes. it revealed she tested positive for a typical estimate lapse used for treating adhd that was approved. she tweeted i have adhd and have taken medicine for it since i was a kid. please know i believe in clean spot and have always followed the rules. attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a condition usually diagnosed during childhood but often lasts well into dullhood. concentrating, being overly active and one other decorated olympian has grappled with it surveillance michael phelps. here's her tweet. having adhd and taking medicine for it is nothing to be ashamed of. let's talk about this now with dr. jen ashton coming in again today, of course, it is nothing at all to be ashamed. we hear all the time about some kids especially going into college, even if they don't -- haven't been diagnosed with adhd they're taking the medicine.
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of medication known as stimulants and amphetamine is one of them. they have been out for over 50 years and profile in terms of safety, efficacy and side effects and risks is very well known. yes, it's a very common drug of abuse, especially in college kids and it really -- the data shows it probably works differently. when you give it to someone with adhd it helps focus and concentration via transmitters in the brain. if you give it to someone who doesn't have adhd, the we talk about that all the time and the data, most of it shows it doesn't help you. >> what kind of a difference could it make to a gymnast. >> take a look at this. these are the common side effects that you can see with this medication. the things like increased heartrate, shortness of breath, no appetite or weight loss. no athlete would want any of these things. so, again, i think it's really important to understand here that while it's a banned substance if you have a
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documentation there's nothing illegal medically. >> she had all the documentation but now that it has been revealed and speaking out about it, it could help people. >> i think it has to help people. this is something that affects about five some people, some say 10% of the population. there is no shame in the adhd game. it's 2016. if you had high blood pressure you would treat it and the more we talk about this is just a medical condition, the less stigma it has to have because a lot of people suffering with this feel end barsment and do feel shame and that has to stop. >> i'm sure this is going to generate a lot of questions. you'll be on twitter all morning. coming up revealing the best new beauty products and makeup artists are touching up our audience members now. there you see it.
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welcome back to "gma." these girls look amazing. we're about to reveal to you the best beauty products for under $10. that's for you. lauren wants to take david muir's job. look out. she's 12, up and coming. what's going on with julia, an update as of 8:00, just on the coastline of georgia. heavy rain and some wind locally over 6 inches possible for charcharleston over the next co
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going on . all right, i want to go ahead and get aiancheck. notice when the showers are going to start moving in. we're looking at 2:45 p.m. for our southern counties and earlier than that as we go through the morning hours and along the lakeshore, we'll see the showers and chances arrive the next two to three hours. the highs are climbing to the low 70s. up with drier conditions in tom for the commute home. have a great day. right now our "gma" exclusive. we have "allure" package's best of beauty 2016. these are the products right here, our audience got to try them this morning. and they were just revealed monday night to a very select group of industry insiders at their best of beauty awards. >> good to be the best when you're beautiful. michelle lee, the editor in
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there she is right there with some of the best items you can get at your local drugstore. they're all under $10. >> all under $10 and the cheapest one, 1.99. >> let's get started. let's start with the makeup. >> there we go. >> there it is. >> tell us about the makeup. >> really good stuff here and i think for the makeup it's all about the color. when we were testing we want to see how do things last. do the colors stay true. is it flattering on a l different skin tones so our very first product is -- which, michael, i think you would like. really great brow pencil. it's a really awesome one. it is a pomade. nice tip. gives you color and sticks down any of the rogue hairs. >> nice ashy shade so it will look on a lot of different skin tones. love that and love the size of it. let's go to the lips.
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lip. all of you in the audience have this and can test it out. really goes along with the matte lip trend, super flattering on a lot of people. >> finally, that is not -- this is not for this. this is called mascara. this is your favorite. >> our absolutely favorite drugstore brand so if you look at this wand it's an asymmetrical wand with a full fluttery lash. >> you tried everything out. you look fabulous. what did you i thought it gave great volume and length. i love it a lot. >> who makes that? >> this one is voluminous butterfly by l'oreal paris. >> voluminous butterfly. >> we really care about mascara and gets dry quickly. now to hair. >> now, all-important hair, how do you walk out feeling like you just came from the salon. >> oh, yes. that's the key. >> our hair for best deals are
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about body. the winners are -- >> the winners -- >> all right. so we're moving into those dry winter months so we love this vaseline healing serum. it goes on really, really nice if you want to try it and it smells awesome. smells expensive. it's really nice. >> i like that you gave her a lot with the little hands and me a little bit with the big hands. >> you get a big squirt. >> all right. >> that's just good old vaseline but does smell divine and it's very, very rich. what else? >> how could you not fall in love with this little eos case so this is the one that's 1.99. so this is a hand cream and if you put this one on it will smell a little with your other one. smells fresh and smells really nice. >> no complaining. >> and then lastly we've got the skin fix lip balm which we're all obsessed with lip balm. works great and goes on really smooth and really moisturizing.
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. good morning to you. it's 8:27. i'm jackie fernandez with terrence lee. a suspected serial killer is behind bars this morning two. bodies were discovered. >> and in a confession, it leads the officers to a third body in richland county. murder charges are expected this morning and at this point. the suspected killer has been terrifies them and yet started on tuesday afternoon when a woman call police from a home on covert court saying she was abducted and when police arrived, they found her and the bodies of two other women. and he created to killing both and is being held in jail right now. and now to new develops this morning on an amber alert. the 15-year-old robin roberts of brunswick is evaluated and
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in police custody after leading police on a brief chase. and a check of the forecast with somara theodore. >> and good morning and we're waiting on this rain to arrive and as i said, the bulk of the morning rush should be fine and that is for everyone leaving after the hearing robber and we'll see them starting to creep into the western most counties. huron and erie county, lorain and it will continue along the lakeslower and throughout the morning hours into lunch. around lunchtime, we'll see the shower south of u.s. 30. the temperatures going to struggle into the no 70s and 74, 75 in akron and canton and elsewhere, 71. and thank you so much. and we have a report of an accident in the -- accident in the akron area and elsewhere, these are your drive times. 77 northbound, the delay that you're looking at now, a 20- minute delay and will take you 50 minutes from the central interchange to moment and this
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? welcome back to "good morning america." >> we must begin this half hour, yes. this is what robin was doing before we got on the air. >> my hands are very soft and supple. they feel very good with all the lotion i >> thanks to you. >> yes, i know. >> robin was a little scared about the mixing. >> i know, really. just a wee bit. >> not bad. >> not at all. >> that's not bad but what we'll talk about now is great. >> yes. >> check out this photo right here. this is a reunion. >> oh. >> at the dallas airport right there. that is hannah, she's 4 years old and her friend dawson. now, they were -- >> i love looking at that. they were best friends at a chinese orphanage.
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sharon sykes. and they felt so bad that she had to leave dawson that she had to leave her best friend that they posted pictures of him on facebook. >> and then another family, christopher and amy clary, who live nearby, i just love saying this, they love nearby and decided immediately they would adopt dawson and finally got to texas a few days ago and you saw that reunion. you want to meet the moms. >> i moms? >> yes. >> both moms, sharon and amy are joining us from plano outside dallas. good morning. so how are the kids this morning? are they behaving themselves? they look very quiet, sharon and amy. >> oh. >> they're good. >> yes. >> oh, right now -- >> i jinxed you. sharon, did little hannah know what was happening?
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airport? >> she did. she knew her best little friend dada was coming from china to come with his mommy and daddy here in the u.s. so she knew. >> and he looks mellow but he was going crazy when he first saw hannah, huh. >> he was. he was so excited. he was so giddy an ran up to her and hugged her and they rolled to the ground. >> he's being so good -- he's rolling on the couch right now. what prompted you when you brought hannah and you knew about dawson back in china what prompted you to post it and try to find a family for him too? >> oh, they just shared such a sweet and special bond. i mean, they were so close, we just couldn't imagine leaving him in china and him not having a forever family himself. >> a forever family.
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immediate. >> it was. i mean, look at him. look at his eyes and smile. how could you deny that? he's just so sweet. we had to bring home hem. >> you all didn't know each other even though you live close by you had never met before. >> no, but we're good friends now. >> now we do. >> i see a lot of play dates in your future. >> yes, every day so far. >> maybe wedding bells. maybe wedding bells. >> family handling it all? >> mommy, i want to go eat. >> yeah, i mean, you talk because it's your -- >> we love it. >> the kids are nowhere -- >> i know. >> i love it. just go. >> sharon -- >> i think all the kids are ecstatic to have two more kids. >> i know. sharon, tell us why you wanted to share this story with us. why you thought it was so important to let people know about this.
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for families and we hope people will consider it. and just that you think you're doing something for these kids and in the end we've been so blessed. like our lives have been made so rich. >> i think he's going to be a gymnast. that was really -- he stuck the landing. oh. oh, no. [ applause ] >> thank you, both. thank you, both, so very much and i love that forever families, you got your hands full. >> thank you. >> can you wave. >> thank, y'all. >> we're so glad. >> bye-bye. >> bye-bye, guys. >> that's awesome. that was funny. >> you always want to one-up each other. one more minute they would have
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that was awesome. i don't know if this will top it. two of my favorite things i would think you agree is traveling, meeting new people so this next story combines both. you guys have to see this story. it's a video of an uber driver by day and stand-up comedian by night. great combo. got to earn a living and created the ultimate dating game called rideshare the love. take a look. >> why don't i have a dating game show that takes place right here inside of my uber car. rideshare the love. >> rideshare the love. >> i'll pick up two dudes. two potential future ex-husbands of yours. >> what is your best pickup line to get a girl? >> who do you want to go on a date with? >> so, yeah. you see how it goes. >> i'll be honest with you, there's no way i'm getting in the uber and the man says put
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>> there's a lot of trust. he got a loyal following who says it's like better than tinder or better than match. they are loving it where he is. by the way if you want to follow him it's @stroymmoyd. it's like the classic dating game and there is a twist at the end. you can decide on one of the passengers as your -- what did he say, future be positive. or you can take $200, so, you know, he's a stand-up comedian. he wants to have a show someday. so he's multitasking. >> i'm like -- i can't imagine anybody would do it but obviously people have. have any of them taken -- >> i think there's been many positive dates. would you allow him to set you up? would you put on the blindfold in the uber, yes or no? yes?
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>> i think it's fine. >> what was that? >> she's moving out to his town just to find him. >> i mean they're saying it's really, really popular. i don't have his numbers. i would love to know. call us up and let us know what is the success rate so far of love connections in rideshare. rideshare the love. >> shows "you should be here" can always be creative. some it's very simple. it's just not for presidents and not just for busy ceos. take a look at michael scott from office office. gives you an idea what it is. >> michael. >> walk with me. >> we're having a party and everyone invited at his apartment and watch "glee." >> is that some sort of television program? i need that stat. >> okay. >> yeah, it's a tv show. >> dwight, sign. i don't have time for parties.
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to do? cancel it. are you still here? >> you know what it is, i'm going to so you. it's the old-fashioned walk and talk. now we got fonzie. let's walk and talk. we're going to be very creative. lauren, come on, lauren. come on, my lady. walk and talk and this is what it is. if you can walk 15 minutes a day, it could add up to three years to your life expectancy. i want to see you around a long time, you too, lauren. it has shown if you do a walk and talk, lauren, you come back to that seat. you're coming with me. it shows people are 60% more creative when they do the walk and talk and our producer michael corn at "gma," michael does one every week. lauren, this is what we will he do. you'll keep on walking and you'll sit. i'm just going to talk. there you go. that's your seat, young lady. have you that one. [ applause ] i wonder what if we walked and did a show.
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on walking. keep on. >> it would make all their jobs a lot harder. >> but three years of life expectancy increase if you walk 15 minutes a day, i think that's awesome and the creative aspect of it 60%. >> absolutely of the getting some fresh air, a difference of scenery might inspire something. >> that piece you showed. he did it once a week and brings a group out to central park and sometimes young employees won't want to go to his office but if they're on a walk in with the boss. i mean, it's perfect. >> a lot less pressure. >> i do a lot of my work phone calls walking in the park. >> i do a lot of calls and i start circling around the kitchen. >> i do too. >> lauren, you feel more creative, lauren. >> yes. >> america, it works. that's all i'm saying. it works. >> beautiful. let's get over to rob. rob. >> hey, robin, you know, i always wondered why there was a drum circle when he's on a
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these folks came in from the outer banks of north carolina. bridge or tunnel? >> tum. >> walk ordered road. >> road. >> i figured. look at these signs. >> say -- >> i love kirk, sadie, ezekiel, isaac, all my kids. >> love you cailyn and avery. >> an i love you to everybody. and everybody here as well. >> yes, we love you. good morning, america. >> loving the okay, so, we're looking at the radar all morning and keeping my eye to see when the showers arrive. i'm thinking later on in the morning and just before lunchtime. this is a look at the forecast. highs in the low to mid-70s. have a great day. >> this weather report is brought to you by dove chocolate. all right, let's talk "magnificent seven." the star here, haley bennett, she joins us in a moment but
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>> gritty -- i mean good. your shooting is good. do it again. sight the lowest part of the "v." cheek resting against the -- >> i had a father, thank you. >> ooh. you are a good shot. good shooting there. you play alongside denzel washington, chris pratt. i'm sure the dudes were pretty excited to do a western. what was it like for you. >> the out their childhood dreams. >> you were more mature. >> no, i mean for me it was like women were sort of marginalized in old we weres so i wasn't excited. there wasn't a female role i idolized in film so i think fans can definitely look forward to having an inspirational character that's a woman. >> now you are an established actress doing this for a long time but heard a rumor. you're a big baker, as well. >> yes. >> did you bake pies and bring them to the audition?
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i -- hold on. pie is the key to success, people. make -- if you mike me a pie i will give you a job. >> one way to do it. the movie opens nationwide on september 23rd. robin, back over to you. >> did you see her earlier how she hip checked michael. sent him flying -- >> hips don't lie, robin. >> again, with the hips. >> coming up, more of our exclusive interview with apple ceo tim cook.
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we have more of our interview with apple ceo tim cook. i think about this. young people, i sound so -- you young people, everywhere in your life you have your ipad. you have your phone. it's all digital, right? then when you go into a so i talked to apple ceo about their initiative with the white house to upgrade technology at schools all across the country. i met him in tuskegee last year and new york on tuesday. you want to see the progress? okay. here it is. ? >> you guys are very excited over here. the sixth graders at par lemm's ps 161 know a thing or two about coding and couldn't wait to show off their skills to apple ceo tim cook.
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students of all ages using cutting-edge technology to revolutionize the way we learn. >> what he's doing is writing code in order to get the robot through this track. >> reporter: apple is part of a white house initiative called connect-ed. its deal to connect 99% of american schools to advanced technology. >> i also do ballet which i love. >> reporter: the school in harlem is among 114 others that have seen student engagement peak since so you see your students more enthusiastic. >> very engaged. they're thinking. they're having a conversation. learning should come from within and so using our ipad as a tool, we can cause that to happen. it does not take the place of good teaching but is an essential tool. >> it looks like they're having fun too. tell us how the initiative is going now. >> it's going fabulous.
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we seek to do is really increase student engagement in a major way and one of the measures of that arguably is our attendance and attendance is significantly up there. now, with that, students are learning more and the math scores are also up. so we feel really good. >> talking to the few of the students here and asking them, their eyes light up and they say, everywhere else in their lives it's all about the tablet and then used to be when they'd come into the you will. >> you are on a good point. you and i were born in an analog world. these kids are born in a digital world and if they come to school and have an analog environment, it's not conducive to learning. it's not conducive to creati creativity. we're bringing digital to the schools here and we're focused on underserved schools. >> goes like that. >> reporter: the future of our
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in america, every kid in the world to be able to look and say, i can be the president. or i can be the ceo of apple. or i can replace robin roberts on "good morning america." everyone should be able to aspire and climb that ladder. >> could not agree with tim more and we were talking about the digital age and, lauren, you're finished with your walk and talk with michael but do you have that at your school. >> we do not and have old computers and technology there but we are going to be upgrading which is going to be great. >> all right. i have an in. i can get an in for you with some upgrades. we'll talk. thank you. we'll talk with two of the most popular items on tv, talk about that live, oh, gosh, becky and gio. no telling what's going to happen. come on back.
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? i won't give up ? welcome back to "gma's" buy it and try it live. we're trying out some of the most popular info presidential products right here live on air. >> the company representatives are standing by. and abc's becky worley and gio benitez are already cooking, take it away, michael and you guys. >> we see so many infomercials about nonstick pans, let's take a look at this one from gotham steel pans. >> food sticking to the pan, you scratch it. chef daniel green with gotham steel. use metal and never make a scratch ever. no oil or butter. absolutely no sticking and no scratches. it's amazing. >> it's amazing. >> it's amazing. isn't it amazing? >> accent makes it sound so much better. [ applause ] >> but it is interesting. >> you cooked an egg. >> they've been in here with no oil, no butter and look at that. they're coming out pretty good. and this is the important part,
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it's pretty clean. >> you have the cheese. >> this thing has been burning. check this out. it slides right off. >> it's amazing, right, right. >> i got to say that was not an overstatement. it is amazing. >> we were talking before and he says the iphone 7 of pans. so there you go. >> what do you have. >> wait till you hear what i have. we have the forearm forklift, baby. >> so this is designed to make furniture moving so much easier. i do love to move some furniture. let's see a moment from the infomercial. shall we? >> dollies can damage floor, hand trucks beat upstairs. you can pick up items by hands. these carry them inches off the floor to avoid lifting eye. dollies get stuck in thresholds. not only do they encourage proper lifting techniques but
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looks like -- becky is going to show you. do you think we can do it. can we do it? >> let's go, one, two, three. >> whoo! >> check it out. we can dance. >> up to 600 pounds you, you guys. >> but now we can go down? we can do it again >> that's solid. >> this you do have to get the straps underneath and tip it and kick so -- >> tip it and kick it. >> i was pretty impressed. >> i was impressed with both. we have more tomorrow. you guys are coming back. >> yes.
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"good morning america" is brought to you by university of phoenix. we rise. ? [ applause ] have a great day, everyone. >> have a great day, everybody. ? . good morning, it's 8:56. i'm corrina pysa. a shooting in cleveland sends two men to the hospital and it
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east 70th street and huff avenue. shell casings all over the street. both men were taken to university hospitals and they are in stable condition. a marine corps veteran is due in court this morning. >> is come he's accused of murdering a woman he crashed into. he's charged with murder and he ran a red light crashing into the car and he then got out of his car and shot her with a rifle. the friends say she stuff -- he suffers from ptsd and the crash in 3 1/2 hours, the gazebo where tamir rice was killed will be taken down. it became a memorial. his death is in 2014 and sparked protest in cleveland and across the country. the gazebo is going to chicago's tony island arts bank where it's displayed. >> and we this is somara theodore and a check of the forecast. >> and if you're heading out of the door, it's dry out there and we're monitoring the
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knocking on that dar and you will be up first for that and taking it hour-by-hour, the temperatures are rising into the low 70s and keeping us cloudy. we have the rain chance from 10:00 a.m. through lunchtime. and some improve mens tomorrow and i'm tracking the accident in the akron area, 77 southbound and copley. looking at a 10-minute delay taking 77 northbound from the central interchange to 90. we got that improved by 10 minute delay eastbound crocker to the inner area and nothing too concerning and still a slow spot in that center lane and getting better. don't go anywhere. live with kelly is next.
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