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headlines. >> have a great morning. see you in 25 minutes with more news, traffic and weather. good morning, america. breaking overnight, chaos erupts at los angeles airport. >> a number of shots. people running all directions. >> of reports of an active shooter. the reports false but it sent passengers running scrambling for shelter even starting onto the tarmac. terminals at a stands. systems barreling toward the u.s., carolinas and the gulf in the path of two big storms this morning. superstar quarterback colin kaepernick sparks outrage refusing to stand during the national anthem to protest racism in america. now fans are burning his jersey, fellow athletes split with the star speaking out overnight. >> here we go. 'cause i say.
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setting the stage and social media on fire with her epic performance. ? >> britney spears making a triumphant return. ? >> and rihanna working it all night long. plus, team usa sharing the stage with the biggest stars in the world. we have your all access pass right here on "gma." and good morning, america. what a night at the vmas. all kinds of superstars take the stage. but when beyonce is around it's like no one else is there. >> and she was there for 15 minutes, what a performance stunning the audience and the world. more than 3 million tweets about it and beyonce also making history, she is now the owner of the most vmas ever. "gma" was there for all of it. we're going to have much more on
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overnight. scenes of panic at los angeles international airport after false reports of an active shooter sent passengers scrambling sprinting for shelter even out onto the tarmac. it is raising big questions again about airport security and abc's kayna whitworth is on the scene at l.a.x. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: yeah, george, good morning. it was definitely scary and like you said it was a false alarm. reports of an active shooter here at los angeles international airport causing widespread panic and flight delays. you can see people behind me, they j rebooked after spending the night in the airport. >> shooting in progress, l.a.x. >> reporter: overnight pandemonium in one of the world's busiest airports. >> unknown number of shots. people running all directions. >> reporter: reports of an active shooter causing chaos at l.a.x. just before 9 p.m. sunday evening. >> a wall of people all running at a full pace. >> reporter: hundreds of passengers evacuating from at least four terminals running for safety through emergency exits
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many more stampeding to baggage claim. >> all of a sudden there was a flood of people saying there was a shooter. everyone is in a huge panic. >> reporter: planes grounded while authorities search the airport. >> they came sprinting back screaming, get down on the ground, stay on the ground. every one of us very scared. >> reporter: trying to identify a possible shooter. police with guns drawn, passengers dropping to the ground. detaining this man in costume. kabc interviewing the man after he was released. he was so shaken he didn't want to show his face on camera. >> i get a police all around me tell me to put your hands up, put your hands up. i'm not even thinking about what i was wearing and then i had no weapons on me or anything. >> reporter: this morning police say it was all a false alarm. >> no evidence of a shooting or anyone down. >> reporter: reports of an active shooter proven to be
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this just weeks following a similar evacuation at jfk. that scare provoked by loud noises from olympic celebrations. hundreds of people were able to push through doors and get onto the tarmac right next to planes. that's a normally restricted area and security risk and this morning they're investigating to find out where those noises came from. amy. >> what a frightening evening, kayna, thank you very much. now to those tropical threats, storms moving toward north carolina facing a tropical storm watch. ginger here with the latest. >> good morning to you. three areas of concern. we've got gaston out there that will stay out away from land but that, of course, is the first major hurricane of the season. but it is the tropical depressions both by the east coast there with the tropical storm watch in effect for parts of the outer banks and north carolina. that is for tuesday. so this is coming at us more imminently. you can see the path there, it turns back out to sea not without giving quite a bit of
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miles per hour tuesday. then the timing goes wednesday into thursday when we start to be concerned about tropical depression nine. again, these will race for names. we'll have to see which one develops first. it turns and makes its way toward florida. toward that big bend and just north of tampa at this point. how the computer models have it. it will be mostly a heavy rain and wind event. the race for the white house and donald trump announcing he will deliver a majorec immigration this week. trying to clear up confusion after he andsent conflicti messages last week. cecilia vega has the story. >> reporter: good morning. that speech will be in arizona and all eyes will be watching to see if donald trump clarifies what many now view to be a murky position on one of his signature policy issues. this morning, donald trump prepping for a major speech on immigration. the very speech he recently
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shake-up. now the candidate has a new message and he is sticking to it. >> we will use immigration law to prevent crimes. >> reporter: his surrogates out in force saying he's not flip-flopping on immigration. chris christie says his position hasn't changed. >> this is a guy who has been very consistent on no amnesty for folks who have been coming into the country illegally. >> reporter: but trump appears to be softening his stance. this was trump last year. >> you're going to have a going to do it humanely. >> reporter: now it seems no more deportation force. >> he is not talking about a deportation force but he is talking about being fair and humane. >> reporter: over the weekend the republican candidate trying to clean up after another controversial tweet weighing in on the chicago shooting of an nba star's cousin. at first, misspelling dwyane wade's name and rather than expressing condolences, making a political plea writing "just
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african-americans will vote trump. later, trump expressing compassion. >> it breaks all of our hearts to see it, it's horrible. it's horrible. and it's only getting worse. >> reporter: but his new push to win over black voters by reaching out at rallies like this one in iowa filled mainly with white supporters. >> this shouldn't happen in our country. this shouldn't happen in america. >> reporter: now facing backlash, opponents questioning his general fitness as a candidate. >> i mean basically have a psychopath running for president and meets the clinical definition, okay. >> reporter: and donald trump's team announcing this morning the biggest ad buy so far. $10 million worth of tv ads to run in the battleground states on the economy. amy, they are saying that they are going on the offensive. >> all right, cecilia vega with the latest. thank you so much. now new questions for hillary clinton about whether some donors to the clinton foundation received special treatment when she was secretary
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direct line of contact between the foundation and a top clinton adviser. abc's david wright here with the latest on that. good morning. >> good morning, the trump campaign has been calling the clinton foundation a massive pay for play operation accusing them of selling access to the clinton state department. well, these e-mails don't prove that but they do show close ties between the foundation and clinton's inner circle. that woman leaving a campaign fund-raiser with hillary clinton lastig of clinton's closest aides. this morning, new questions about whether aberdeen arranged special access for big contributors to the clinton foundation during clinton's tenure as secretary of state. e-mails released as part of a lawsuit by the conservative group citizens united reveal close ties between the two senior staffs. in one exchange, foundation executive doug band offers names for a state department lunch
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jintao, three of them executives at organizations that gave the foundation millions. later band followed up asking that one of the three guests be seated at vice president joe biden's table, i'll ask, replied aberdeen. >> hillary clinton's corruption has been exposed again. >> reporter: the trump campaign now has a new web ad calling the clinton foundation a slush fund. >> allegations of pay to play. >> reporter: trump himself has seized on the issue. shocked by the continuing revelations regarding hillary clinton and her pay for play state department. >> reporter: the state department denies any of the foundation donors bought influence. so do hillary clinton's supporters. >> we all think criminalized behavior that is normal and i don't see what the smoke is. >> reporter: and secretary clinton herself. >> my work as secretary of state was not influenced by any outside forces. >> reporter: the clinton
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these e-mails is a political attack trying to make something out of nothing. and as if huma abedin didn't have enough on her plate today there is another scandal involving her husband anthony weiner, he resigned from congress in disgrace after a sexting scandal. he is back in the news today. "the new york post" redaling a whole new round of sordid sex messages. >> let's talk about it with matthew dowd and hillary clinton and those -- that news story as well. anthony wiener, a third time. this is going to get in the way of their message, also the continuing drip, drip, drip of these e-mails even as hillary clinton says and their contention is it shows no special action. >> it's an amazing situation that neither of these candidates, donald trump or hillary clinton, can seem to put away the other one because of their own problems that have developed in the course of this. i think we talk about the changes in donald trump's campaign. the best person that donald
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julian assange who has the capacity to release a bunch more e-mails that could get hillary clinton into trouble. i think we'll see it for the next 70 days. >> you saw this morning that new ad that cecilia talked about. i'll play a little about it focused on the economy. >> in hillary clinton's america, the middle class gets crushed spending goes up, taxes go up. hundreds of thousands of jobs disappear. it's more of the same but worse. >> i think a lot of supporters say, hey, it's about time. there is an ad focused o number one issue in the campaign and focused on what everybody wants, change. >> absolutely, that's the first time i think in 400 days we've actually seen a message that was pointed and that was right on. the economy is the number one issue. the people are upset with the status quo in the course of this and it's the first time we've seen an ad like that but that will not help unless donald trump stays on message. >> you have this speech coming up on wednesday, immigration, his signature issue, can he come up with a consistent position? >> well, he's changed positions so many times.
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in forecasting where he will be next on this in the course of this. he's got to figure it out at some point. he's not a nuanced politician and if he tries to be his supporters will wonder about him. >> matt dowd, thanks very much. >> all right, now on to the death of dwyane wade's cousin putting chicago gun violence in the spotlight. two suspects, brothers who were on parole for previous gun charges now in custody and abc's alex perez is in chicago with the latest. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, amy. dwyane wade has long spoken out against the violence h chicago. his cousin was walking down the street with her newborn when she was killed. less than 24 hours after the three-time nba champion dwyane wade made this appeal to end gun violence. >> we can start a conversation. we can start the work today and hopefully eventually you know, we ccan stop it. >> reporter: his own cousin nykea aldridge gunned down on the south side. >> we got a female shooting suspect. >> reporter: now brothers,
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charged with first degree murder. >> these two offenders are the prime example of the challenge we face here in chicago with repeat gun offenders that don't care who they shoot. >> we got a crime scene at 6350. >> reporter: friday the mother of four heading home with her newborn baby after registering her kids for school was struck by cross fire during an altercation between the sorells and another man and wade tweeting another act of senseless gun violence. reason and using the #, enoughisenough. >> her life was cut short by gunfire from two convicted felons who were both out on parole. >> reporter: sunday the aldridge family tearfully remembering their beloved >> too soon. too soon she was taken away from us. >> reporter: the city's murder rate up a staggering 48% this
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illegal guns have been recovered since january. that's more weapons than new york and los angeles combined. >> the system is broken. >> reporter: last month at the espys, he took part in a moving speech with fellow nba players. >> to end gun violence in places like chicago, dallas, not to mention orlando. it has to stop. >> reporter: nykea's newborn was no family members and those suspects due in court today. >> thanks for the latest on that. a developing story from europe where authorities are investigating what was initially reported as a car bomb at a police facility in brussels, belgium. a car drove through a security barrier outside the belgium crime lab followed by an explosion. police are not ruling out terrorism but say the explosion was most likely an arson attack aimed at destroying criminal evidence at that lab.
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since the attack back in march. for the first time in five years the united states is home to the world champions of little league, the team from the small town of endwell, new york, beat south korea in a world series nail-biter, 2-1. thanks to great pitching and defense and, they'll hold a parade today with police escorting the team bus. you can't put into words the impact the team has had on the town but i love the name of the >> a fairy tale, that's great. the big night at the vmas, beyonce stealing the show. comeback for britney spears, as well. sara haines was there for it all. good morning, sara. >> good morning, george. it was ladies night at the vmas. so much anticipation for britney spears and rihanna's big performances, but once beyonce hit the stage all bets were off. ? hold up they don't let me ? >> at this year's vmas it was all about girl power.
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formation ? >> reporter: beyonce stealing the show putting this year's awards in "formation." ? >> reporter: live on stage in an epic 15-minute performance. >> beyonce. >> reporter: beyonce walking the red carpet with mothers who have lost children to gun violence and police killings. ? paying tribute on stage to the lives lost. ? where have you been ? ? all my life ? ? rihanna kicked off pop's big night with a medley of her greatest hits. ? where have you been all my life ? ? work work work ? ? work work work ? >> reporter: in four different performances. ?
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>> she's someone i've been in love with since i was 22 years old. >> reporter: rihanna's good friend drake presenting the star with a video vanguard award. >> i have to thank you guys for supporting me over and over. >> reporter: pop princess ariana grande -- ? >> come on. >> reporter: -- took the stage with nicki minaj. ? >> reporter: while kanye west grabbed the pike with a 12-minute rant. >> but before i do that, i'm going to talk. >> reporter: but one of the most anticipated performances of the night fell a little flat. britney taking the stage for the first time since 2007. but the night belonged to queen bey. by the close of the show, she earned her place in vma history taking home eight awards ending the night as the most decorated vma winner ever. >> i couldn't have done this
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god bless you guys. thank you. >> reporter: beyonce's eight vmas last night helping her surpass madonna who previously held the record with 20 awards. >> wow. incredible. >> i wonder if it's even exciting or just walks by and is like, thanks. >> thank you, sara. let's go back to ginger with some floods there. >> we do. just -- by the way, i was thinking, i sound so much like rihanna in the bathroom, the shower when i sing in my head. like that's me but not at all, of course. she sounds so good. let's look just nth cincinnati, ohio. more than 5 inches of rain fell so flash flooding abound. thankfully a lot has drained out by now and in minnesota we saw tornadoes and hail, pictures coming in from just east of fargo, the flood watch in west texas and parts of kansas as that rain fills in. you'll see some areas getting 2
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our area. everyone gets sunshine today with highs in the low 80s by mid afternoon. readings will fall a few degrees right along the lake on a light southeast breeze. incra tonight with lows in the upper 60s. some patchy fog, >> and coming up on "gma," quarterback colin kaepernick speaking out overnight about his decision to sit during the
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look from our department of transportation cameras on i-41 and i-43 by 19th street. traffic is moving along smoothly this morning. and your current travel times are on the screen. now to weather watch 12, here's sally severson -- with a check of your forecast. patchy fog improving across our area. everyone gets sunshine today with highs in the low 80s by mid afternoon. readings will fall a few degrees right along the lake on a light southeast breeze. increasing clouds late tonight with lows in the upper 60s. some patchy fog, too. we'll watch a cool front later tomorrow trigger rain and a few storms. low to mid 80s tomorrow before cooler air tumbles in
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more on our big board. so many stars stealing the show at the vmas and team usa also taking over the gold medal gymnast sharing the stage with beyonce but gabby douglas was missing, we're going to tell you why, and then michael phelps finally reveals the song that inspired his famous phelps face. there it is during the rio olympics. that is all coming up. but we are going to begin with that heated debate stirred up by colin kaepernick, the 49ers quarterback refusing to stand for the national anthem before the game. fans protesting, his jersey they're burning it, you see some of that right there and now he's speaking out to defend his actions. abc's ryan smith is here with the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, george, amy. colin kaepernick is speaking out and not backing down with fans by the thousands attacking him for refusing to stand up and some burning his jersey. he says he is by sitting down he's standing up for what he thinks needs to change. >> here's my salute to you. >> reporter: colin kaepernick under fire from fans and fellow players after his refusal to stand up for the national anthem doubling down overnight. >> i'm going to continue to stand with the people oppressed.
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and i feel like that flag represents what it's supposed to represent i'll stand. >> reporter: kaepernick to the runner. >> reporter: the 49ers dual threat quarterback with the rocket arm and lightning quick feet staying seated during the national anthem at friday's presales game telling the nfl network, i'm not going to stand up and show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. >> i have experienced this. people close to me have experienced this. >> reporter: kaepernick clarifying sunday that refusing to honor the flag doesn't mean he's disrespecting the military. >> people are dying in vain because this country isn't holding their end of the bargain up as far as, you know, giving freedom and justice and liberty to everybody. >> reporter: the 28-year-old frequently outspoken on civil rights issues online seemingly began his protest weeks earlier sitting during the anthem for the team's previous two preseason games. though few seemed to notice but after friday's game, outrage,
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page with comments. giants receiver victor cruz saying sitting down isn't the right way to stand up. >> you have to stand up there with your team and understand that it's just a game and what's going on around the country is bigger than just you. >> reporter: others defending kaepernick. mark cuban weighing in, he didn't throw a bomb, fire a shot, start a riot, throw a punch. he just sat there quietly. kaepernick says the vitriol he's point. >> i've had a lot of people come up to me and say, you know, i really respect you for what you're doing and what you're standing for. >> reporter: the nfl telling abc news in a statement players are encouraged but not required to stand during the national anthem. but when asked if this will get him cut from the team, the quarterback says he doesn't know adding that if he's cut, he feels he did what he feels is right and he can live with that at the end of the day, george. >> okay, ryan, thanks. let's bring in espn's stephen a. smith for more. you've done a lot on this whole issue of violence and have had
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doing? >> i understand it and i respect it. i respectfully disagree with how he went about doing it because it's certainly not something i would have done but at the same time we also have to understand that the first amendment to our constitution is, you know, freedom of speech, freedom of expression and that's one of the things he exercised here. he wanted to make a point and as mark cuban pointed out he didn't, you know, didn't plant a bomb, he didn't shoot anybody. he didn't do anything. he made a silent protest. he's an unabashed supporter of black lives matter. he addressed the issue of police brutality as insensitive to why he took the position he took. we understand it and, you know, a lot of people within the black community i can tell you for a fact absolutely agree with him. a lot of people don't agree with how he went about doing it. >> well, let's get into that. what about the criticism about how he went about doing it. some saying it's a distraction from his job. >> well, you could -- that's a valid point in some people's eyes but people take stances all the time. if you remember when trayvon martin transpired and other things happened as it pertained
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african-americans you had nba players putting on t-shirts and some people thought that was a distraction, obviously they begged to differ. you see silent protests taking place in recent memory. people who are against the positions that these athletes take will always find an excuse to say that it is a distraction. but what they have to understand particularly when it's emanating from the black community in particular a black athlete the mere fact that it's being debated, or people are es a distraction, what you're saying to yourself is to not supposed to be a distraction. we're trying to bring attention to an issue. colin kaepernick obviously felt that way and even though some disagree there are other was would stand by him and say they don't have a problem with what he's doing. >> what will this mean for his job? >> well, it depends. if he can still play, it won't mean much. it'll mean a lot in terms of endorsements. he's definitely going to feel the pinch there and i think he spoke to the fact that he
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but as it pertains to him having a job in the nfl i don't think this is an issue. i think the fact that he looks a bit subpar and he's coming off a season where he was a bit subpar, only through six touchdown, five interceptions, he doesn't look that impressive and there's rumors as to whether or not he's going to get cut. in the end if you can play, there will be somebody who will give you a job because their primary obligation is to try to win football days. if you cannot play they will find an excuse to get rid of you. it is that simple. this won't determi his play will. >> okay, stephen a. smith, thanks very much. >> no problem. and now to the latest twist in the mysterious murder of a florida professor, abc news obtaining dramatic video showing the moment police told his ex-wife about the shooting. two men are now under arrest but police are investigating the possibility his ex-wife or her family were involved. abc's matt gutman has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, abc news has obtained video showing
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from police that her former husband dan markel has been shot at his home. >> your ex-husband, he's not going to survive. >> my god. when did this happen? >> reporter: in july 2014, the florida state university law professor was shot in the head in the garage of his tallahassee home in what police say was a targeted killing. >> scared for the kids. >> reporter: later in her five-hour-long interview with police adelson relays a curious comment she says her brother charlie made on the morning of the murder about a tv set he bought for her. >> he knew danny treated me badly and there was always this joke, i looked into hiring a hit man and it was cheaper to get you this tv. >> reporter: if it's a joke it may be an eye-opening one because police believe charlie adelson has a link to one of the two suspected hit men arrested this may for markel's killing. both of whom have pleaded not guilty.
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family had a desperate desire to relocate wendi and the children to south florida. a move that markel fought successfully in court. no one from the adelson family has been charged and they deny they have any connection to the murder. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to matt for that. >> and the adelsons' lawyer says an extensive investigation has not tied any of them to that murder. coming up, outrage growing to comments the maine governor made about race. we'll have his response to some saying he on should resign. then some mounting frustration over high epipen costs. breaking news on a generic version next. a surprising new report about children and sports. should your kids play more than one at a time.
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back now with the big board. teamf insiders weighing in on today's top stories. let's start right here with matthew dowd. you're back here, as well. different kind of political story starts out in may and their governor, paul lepage, under fire after leaving a voice mail full of profanities for a political -- let's listen. >> this is governor paul richard lepage. i would like to talk to you about your comments about my being a racist, you [ bleep ]. i've spent my life helping black people and you little son of a [ bleep ], socialist [ bleep ]. i am after you. >> we cut out a few of the bleeps. a different kind of political story. not the first time it's happened with this governor, though. >> no. i mean here's a guy that describes himself as donald trump before donald trump was cool. he's done this throughout his career, throughout his life. this actually just took it one step over the edge. >> during a press conference, governor lepage apologized for the expletives in that voice mail but then went on in that same press conference to again
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racial terms, let's take a look. >> the enemy right now, the overwhelming majority of people coming in are people of color or people of hispanic origin. >> leading democrats asking governor lepage to step down. will he? >> he should have stuck with the curse words. hey, to me he's not going to leave. i mean, to paraphrase charlton heston, you'll have to pry the governor's mansion from his cold, dead hands in this. he's going stay. he will not be effective. this is his last term. up in a few years but he's not going anywhere. >> you say he was trump before trump. trump is trying to win maine. does this make any difference? >> i don't think maine was ever really fundamentally in the realm of possibility. maybe one electoral vote but i don't think this will have an impact. >> all right, matt, thanks so much. now to breaking news, good breaking news that may help quell the growing outrage over the skyrocketing price of the epipen, the life-saving device
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severe allergies and abc's rebecca jarvis joins us now. tell us about the new developments just in. >> just in this morning. good morning to you. so the epipen price now for a generic version is going to be half the price of the original. the epipen maker this morning mylan announcing there will be this new generic version available in several weeks that will cost $300 for a two-pack, that's half the price of the original so the prices, they're moving in the right direction. they're moving lower. there's also for people out there who are a little bit confused about this. there's also another different alternative to the epipen. it's called the adrena-click and that also is available at a lower price than the epipen, you can get it with a good rx coupon for $140. some co-pays will get you there lower but you have to talk to your doctor because it's so important that you get the prescription from your doctor for the one you want, amy. >> rebecca, you talked about alternatives. some have been turning to expired epipens in order to save some money is that ever a good
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>> this is not a good idea, george. unfortunately, these things have expiration dates on them for a reason because the epinephrine, the drug that saves people's lives deteriorates over time. the other thing, it's a terrible idea buying them on ebay. you don't know where they're coming from. >> rebecca jarvis, thanks so much. we're going to move on to a new report on kids and sports from the american academy of pediatrics warns parents against letting their kids specialize in one sport too early. dr. jen is with us andsa physical, emotional, social problems. what do you make of it? >> well here's what we're talking about, george, in terms of physical, of course, we've heard it before. there is a risk of overuse injuries, especially when young kids dedicate themselves really to one sport. the so-called specially says. -- specialization. emotional risk, there could be burnout here and then psychological even, there is a risk that if you expose a young child to one sport as their identity is developing, they could start to see themselves as i'm just a soccer player.
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don't know who they are. so this is a huge push now in youth sports about diversifying and we need to know some numbers here about 70% of kids who participate in youth sports drop out by age 13. and reality check, only about 3% to 11% will make it to play at the college level. so, if that is your goal or your child's goal you better understand college coaches, yes, they want great hockey players, they want great soccer players but more than that they want great athletes t being well-rounded. >> what do you do, jen, if you buy into this as a parent but your child really just wants to play that one sport? >> well, this is my life, you guys, because you know i have a 16-year-old daughter who plays ice hockey. she's been playing for 11 years and we forced her to take three months off a year and we forced her kind of to pick up a sport which she's done reluctantly. coaches and parents need to take the lead of organizations like usa hockey who has been on the
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it's age based at the age of 8, you will play and train differently than you do at age 15 or 16. >> practicing what you preach. okay, jen, thanks very much. thanks, rebecca and matt. and coming up in just two minutes the secret song behind michael phelps' olympic face. finally going to be revealed.
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[bell rings] in third grade, i learned... we all make mistakes. but... it's all about how you fix 'em. mistakes, they're not so scary. ? welcome to my house ? we're back now with the olympic stars stealing the show at the vs. phelps sharing the spotlight with some of the biggest artists in the world and even getting star-struck. abc's gio benitez is here with all of that. hi, gio. >> reporter: hey, amy. a special moment for sure. simone biles and her teammates presenting beyonce with her award. but just imagine this, it was right after beyonce's epic 15-minute performance. they were clearly in awe of her and she of them. a team usa takeover at the vmas last night.
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>> reporter: four of the final five gold medal-winning gymnast on hand to present beyonce with female video of the year, queen bey with a hug for each girl. check out laurie hernandez's fan girl reaction. the girls excitedly posting this photo with kim kardashian. simone biles told her she plans to send her daughter north some leotards. aly raisman tweeting out thanks to and baby luna for helping them get ready. the fifth member couldn't be ready because she was in the hospital with a mouth infection. gabby douglas tweeting, out of hospital and resting comfortably. final five, sad i can't be with you to present tonight. one olympic secret finally revealed. the song behind the famous phelps face. >> i was in the zone with future's track blaring in my headphones. >> reporter: and phelps had
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surprise appearance from one of his famous teammates. ? is it too late to say sorry ? >> and obviously that wasn't the real ryan lochte but a big hit. simone biles tweeted just this morning a photo with beyonce and it was just a series of emojis. she had the crying face, the heart and, of course -- >> you see them there up on the stage and they look, you know, young ladies, little girls again, so excited. >> can you just imagine? >> no, i mean, when i interviewed them in rio, i was laughing so hard my face hurt. ey so happy seeing them enjoying their very well-deserved fame. thanks, gio. >> sure thing. coming up next, much more from the vmas and one-on-one with some of the biggest stars and hottest looks of the night including sara's look. i like that. is caused joint pain. and hottest looks just like my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. including sara's looks i like that. from ra... doctor said joint n can be a sign of existing joint damage... that could only get worse.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and breaking overnight, chaos at l.a.x. false reports of an active shooter. >> a number of shots. people running all directions. >> it sends passengers running for their lives. terminals evacuated. major flight delays. what was behind the travel nightmare? ? nobody can drag mwn failure to launch. research revealing that as so many kids head back to school, a new wave of children heading back home. the rules of living together from chores to curfews, how to really make it all work. ? and fabulous and fierce, dazzling red carpet looks at the vmas hitting all the right notes. all eyes on beyonce and blue ivy. >> let me hear you sing. britney back in black.
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sizzling and team usa's gold medal girls all ahead. >> all: good morning, america. ? lucky lucky me ? and good morning, america. great to have jesse palmer back here and what a night at the vmas. we've been talking about it. lots of great performances, a lot of stars stealing the white carpet. >> yeah, that was a white carpet. we asked you, our "gma" viewers, who rocked the most glamorous look and the results are in. you couldn't get enough of britney spears. a great look, becky worley, she's getting her hair cut. it's all part of our brand-new series called i love this, spend low or yolo. she has tips for when to splurge or save at the salon coming up next. >> i'm going to expose myself here. >> you don't know what yolo means. >> you only live once. >> you only live once. yolo. that's what i say when i want to buy something. yolo. >> okay, good to know.
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faris. >> it's, okay, george. i didn't know till last week. we're slow to learn these things. the big story this morning, chaos at one of the nation's busiest airports overnight. terrified passengers ran for the exits and spilled onto the tarmac at l.a.x. airport after false reports of an active shooter. now, a man in a zorro costume was taken into custody, and abc's kayna whitworth is right there. kayna. >> reporter: paula, good morning. it was a false alarm. reports of an active shooter at los ange airport causing widespread panic and flight delays. hundreds of passengers were evacuated from at least four terminals running for safety through emergency exits and onto the tarmac taking cover under planes. many more stampeding to baggage claim. planes were grounded while authorities searched the airport trying to identify a possible shooter. you can see police had their guns drawn as passengers dropped to the ground. at one point authorities detaining this man in a zorro costume.
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say it was all a false alarm and they are investigating to find out where this report initially came from. paula. >> false alarm, still what a scene, kayna, thank you. and in louisiana police say the unlicensed driver of a charter bus that crashed on sunday killing two people was an undocumented immigrant. he faces criminal charges this morning. the bus was carrying flood relief volunteers. and in politics a new move by donald trump this morning to convince voters that he is the best candidate to create jobs. yet spending $10 million in key states including ohio and florida to promote his economic leadership. trump is also promising to outline his immigration plan on wednesday of this week. his campaign says he is softening his approach but is committed to deporting undocumented immigrants. meantime, hillary clinton is turning her attention today to mental health treatment releasing her plan for improving care. and former congressman
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twitter account amid reports of a new sexting scandal. "the new york post" says weiner sent lewd photos to a woman while his son was lying right in the bed next to him. weiner is married to hillary clinton aide huma abedin. and a health alert this morning about head injuries and teenagers. a new study finding that teen athletes who continue to play despite suffering a concussion, they took twice as long to recover than athletes who were immediately sidelined and ff function. and fans around the world are remembering a music legend this morning. juan gabriel was mexico's top artist of all time with a large following on both sides of the border for decades. he died of a sudden heart attack at his california home. juan gabriel was just 66 years old. and finally on this monday morning for you, people across the internet, they're all weighing in about a video clip that we first showed you yesterday on "gma." we want you to check out the student in the white shirt looking so attentive in this class. he is really digging what the teacher is selling, right?
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we see that he is napping behind a giant selfie posterboard. most people are telling us that they think that this was staged for the internet. you guys, it's still funny. do you think it was staged? ? you think it was staged, paula. >> i don't know. is there a bridge that you could also sell me this morning? maybe? it was definitely staged. but it's a funny -- >> it worked. we just played it. >> maybe if it could work for us here, i would totally do it. >> really? >> i away with it. >> no. thank you, paula. jesse has "pop news." >> do i. time for some "pop news," guys. first up -- >> what. >> jennifer lopez surprising marc anthony at his own concert. j. lo lighting up the stage with a grand entrance. the friendly exes wowed the crowd performing their 1999 duet at radio city music hall and anthony praising j. lo calling her the queen. the formerly married couple who split in 2012 both sharing photos on social media celebrating their family.
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together and still support each other in that kind of capacity. very nice. next up, another epic music surprise for one young couple in philadelphia. country singer tim mcgraw made an appearance to sing "my little girl" as the bride and her dad hit the floor for their father/daughter dance. the father of the bride, of course, arranged the surprise and mcgraw had such a blast that he actually stayed to sing a few more hits including the crowd favorite "live like you were dying." >> george, have you heard that song? that song about my little girl >> i cry every time i listen to that. you've got two little girls. >> yeah. >> forget about it. >> paula, who would you have performing at your wedding? >> johnn bon jovi. >> amy? >> "living on a prayer." maybe journey. >> there you go. >> we're all reaching back. i'll go with bruce. >> how about you, jesse? >> i wish frank sinatra was still alive. ? strangers in the night exchanging glances ? >> beggars can't be choosey.
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avenger who seems pretty thor about being left out of the captain america civil war movie. get it, sore, thor. chris hemsworth was up to this between the battle between iron man and captain america kicking back in the land down under finding himself a nice normal roommate. take a look. >> you know, it's a nice flat as you can see and we get along well. i guess i just wanted to be around average, everyday people and darryl is an average sort of everyday guy. so it works out well. >> if you had to watch the whole video, it's hilarious and it's racked up nearly 1.5 million views in less than 24 hours. thor doesn't hold a grudge for being left out but instead he'll start his own team, he says, called team thor. just him and his new best friend darryl by his side. >> i love it. >> good job. "morning menu"? time to walk and talk. failure to launch, as so many kids head back to school,
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we've also got all the best fashion ahead. but right now we're going to turn to our series "failure to launch." there's a pew study out that says millennials are moving back home in record numbers and "nightline's" juju chang has a closer look at what's going on and how to handle the conflicts when parents and adult children are living together again. >> reporter: after five years in the fast-paced magazine industry in new york, 29-year-old ramona emerson made a momentous decision. she was heading across the parents. >> they were so excited when i said i was going to move home. >> we thought it sounded like a great idea. >> reporter: it's only temporary. she's taking premed classes before she heads off to nursing school in the fall. at first it was idyllic, but a few months in she realized it's a very small house. >> i'm an only child so they are a little bit obsessed with me. >> what guidelines would you give parents if they're going to have an adult child live with them? >> clarify from the start. let them know what you are okay with, what you're not okay with. >> reporter: for example, is
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but getting on each other's nerves is par for the course. >> she has issues with practical things. >> when you've been independent and to come back and have people watching your every move, i imagine, silently judging me, that's probably been like the biggest challenge. >> reporter: so to make it all work, dr. pinkus says clarify expectations like chipping in on expenses and cleanliness. she also recommends setting clear household contributions like doing the dishes or cooking and, finally, don't forget to act your age. >> you feel so much better if you try as much as you can to act like an adult and your parents will be very happy about that, as well. >> reporter: and do some soul searching ahead of time. >> if you don't think you like your kid at the stage they're in now, don't do it. >> it's actually been a positive experience and so fun to get to know my parents as adults. i would do it again. well, maybe not again, but i'm glad that i did it.
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new york. >> let's talk about this with our friend dr. janet taylor, psychiatrist, family therapist, also happens to be living this out. your daughter, 23, back home. >> back home. definitely living it. >> what does it mean? >> so what it means i used to come home from work and i'd expect her to say, oh, how was your day, mom, but that didn't happen so now i just treat her like a roommate and come in and say what's up. she's like, what's up. >> is that possible? i saw it in the piece you're supposed to go back home and act like an adult but you know there's something about going back to that house that brings everything back up. >> well, it's not just for the kids. i think as a parent of an adult child, you also have to change what you expect of them. so, don't treat them like a child and expect them to be an adult but it truly is an opportunity to redefine roles, manage expectations, and interact with them in a way that is more adult. you can share things you didn't share and as we grow older, we do grow wiser. there are things that you do as a young parent that now that you're older you can talk to them and do differently.
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of time? >> well, you have to talk clearly about how long do you plan on being here. what is your purpose? i'm not doing dishes. i'm not doing laundry. and help them establish a goal with a time frame. you know, as mothers we think we're so giving, we can't do that. we can't make those demands and fathers too, but it's important that we do relaunch our children. >> one of those tricky things might be financial contributions too. >> absolutely. they have to have some skin in the game. yo because she's working and wants to go to grad school. i want her to save upon but i also want her to be a responsible adult which means as a parent and as an adult parent i still have to help her with outlining what to save and what i expect her to save. >> okay, dr. janet taylor, thanks very much. coming up, the best looks and styles from the vmas. ? have fun tonight ? ? baby i don't need dollar bills to have fun tonight ? just by looking in my eyes. they can tell when i'm really excited and thrilled.
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? we're back now with the hottest stars and styles rocking the vmas. the white carpet full of red hot looks, and sara was there for all of it. she is back now with all the details, sara. >> thanks, amy. the vmas white carpet so star-studded and so fabulous, it's hard to know which way to look, but one person never disappoints, beyonce, who brought a special date, blue
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make some noise for music royalty. >> i'm just getting excited to see the show. >> reporter: the best of the biz rocking the vma white carpet with the fiercest fashion picks. all hail the queen, queen bey, that is. >> y'all came to slay. >> reporter: beyonce shimmering in this stunning semi sheer mint sequin gown topped with delicate feather clad angel wings. her jewelry alone valued at more than $20 million and completing the ethereal vibe, her daughter 4-year-old blue ivy. >> black is the new black. honey, it was bling. >> reporter: kim kardashian, ariana grande and britney spears all back in black. ariana flaunting a lot of skin with this off-the-shoulder alexander wang bralet. ? all night ? >> reporter: we caught up with her brother frankie, her biggest cheerleader. excited to see her. are there any preshow rituals? >> yeah, i always say -- we always kiss each other and say i love you and just like go kill
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>> reporter: the pop princess showing off her sexy silhouette in this glorious little black dress, and fresh from their golden olympic victories, four of team usa's final five trading their skin tight leotards for sparkly dresses. >> it really is crazy. after olympics like party. >> yeah, we can finally celebrate here tonight. >> how fun are they? >> they are the best. >> so great. all right. joining us nor creative director june ambrose. so, june, give me your overall take. what did you make of last night's fashions? >> it's a good morning but last night was very subdued and went classic. you know, the awards came back to new york and i think the artists felt it was a time to be more sophisticated and less crazy and edgy. >> who were some of your favorites? >> how could i not say hands down beyonce. >> always. >> she came with this francesco scognamiglio --
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scognamiglio. francesco scognamiglio. i got it. i've been practicing it all morning. i got it out. she made a new designer from italy, you know, dreams come true. it was just -- it was angelic, airy and brought blue ivy. blue ivy brought it sporty with the diamond jordans. it was really fun but i think that it was -- she checked so many boxes last night. i mean she brought the moms of the movement with her. i mean, she was just -- it was her evening. it really was. >> and then -- >> she did and then she took home the most vmas ever surpassing madonna. so it was quite a night for her. any surprising trends you spotted on the white carpet? >> you know, the black and white. >> yeah. >> i mean, there was so much black. i mean, everyone looked beautiful and elegant but overwhelming amount of black because i was expecting to see some meat or some color. >> meat. >> look at the sophistication. i mean everyone is like --
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there was some glitter but there was, you know, there was more black than i've seen in so many years. >> well, i loved ashley graham. >> oh, ashley graham. i mean -- >> she looked -- >> i don't use the word full size. she is real size. >> i said the same thing to her. >> she was so appropriately dressed. i mean it was elegant but still edgy. and it was racy and sexy and provocative. all of those things wrapped up in one. a great package. >> did anyone push the envelope? was ashley -- i mean, she looks like she had perhaps the most risque dress of all. >> a little low. >> amber rose did the bra like kind of androgynous thing which is pushing the envelope for her so that was fresh and new. look at that. amber rose. >> oh, but all eyes are on beyonce. that's the way it was. >> absolutely. >> june ambrose, thank you. we appreciate it. let's go outside to ginger who is always classic and elegant. >> you are so sweet, amy. thank you. and thank you to this crowd. you know school is just about to start. we got the kids here, jack, emma, sadie. sadie has her new glasses.
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just did a last hurrah, they said, before school starts. the atlantic is doing its big hurrah as we see the peak of hurricane season. look at all the action. tropical depression 8 is the one that's chronologically you have to know about first because tropical storm watch in effect for parts of north carolina and outer banks there and then tropical depression 9, which is more of a florida storm, looks like thursday and we'll detail it later but now talking about school and best parts of summers our area. everyone gets sunshine today with highs in thew readings will fall a few degrees right along the lake on a light southeast breeze. increasing clouds late tonight with lows
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>> just to let you guys know, texas is represented out here today, amy. >> all right, ginger. coming up next on "gma," becky is breaking down when to save or splurge on a haircut. how you know when it's worth it or if you're overspending, and oscar nominee alicia vikander opening up.
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? very excited for jason derulo in central park this friday, and here in times square, becky's hair is nearly done. she's on a mission for our new series, spend low or for those who don't know, it means you only live with us. when you should splurge or save at the salon. we hear about celebrities dropping $500, even $1,000 for one haircut. do you need to pay big to get their styles? becky is cutting to the chase. >> reporter: two college age bffs from los angeles. >> hi, i'm mara. >> and i'm marisa. >> reporter: they both want
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same sample photo to two salons each with wildly different price points. first supercuts. >> hi. >> hi. >> $20 but we offer a la carte services. our shampoos are $5 and our blow dry style for marisa will be $30 today. >> so 50, 55 bucks. >> yes. >> not bad. >> this will help give her hair more movement. >> all right. you're halfway to chrissy teigen. >> yes. >> just a very loose, natural everyday look. >> reporter: and the results. >> i love it. >> reporter: meanwhile, marisa heads to the benjamin salon. >> we really want to sort of make sure that sort of peters out a little more and is a little more flowy. >> reporter: and the cost? >> what does a haircut cost here? >> it's $500. >> some people would say 500 bucks. are you cutting each hair individually? >> well, pretty much. >> reporter: and i have to say this was not just a haircut. the head massage, the fine china, the choreographed cutting. you're like a doctor or a dentist with your assistant right here. even -- >> i'll have the grilled chicken
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>> the grilled chicken salad. >> you're kidding me. you serve lunch? >> of course. >> it just keeps getting better. >> reporter: all i can say is, uh, wow. >> everything about the experience is amazing. i love it. >> reporter: both look cute but is one $450 cuter? to find out we head to the grove in los angeles. >> which is expensive and which is budget? >> can i get a little closer? >> come on in. >> i think you have the more expensive. >> wrong. >> really? >> this is the cheaper one. >> well, you are correct. >> the $55 haircut is this one. >> this one. >> you are incorrect. >> 50. >> 50. >> no. >> wow. >> i just feel like it's the one that's inexpensive. >> you are correct. >> i'm always right. any time. >> honestly they both look just as good as each other. >> reporter: about 60% of people in our unscientific poll correctly identified the expensive cut. and in the end, the only opinions that matter -- >> i love it. >> yeah, i love mine. it feels so natural and just
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>> yeah. >> all right. there's becky's big reveal. >> tah-dah. i got my hair did. thank you for loaning me deanna, your fabulous stylist. >> she is incredible. >> for the day. we really learned a lot in this piece, i think. >> it's about the experience is what i learned. >> the experience is what you pay for, and, you know, it's really interesting to look at the map and see what you pay in different parts of the country. in new york the average price is $73. l.a. is 69. seattle, 50. 61 in dallas and then $41 in minneapolis. that's kind of the low end of average for a woman's haircut but it really is all over the map. >> do you have any warning signs for people to know, like, hey, maybe this isn't right because the worst thing is when you get the bad cut and you're like, i should have paid more. >> yeah, there's three things that benjamin gave me that were really great tips and thanks to both of our stylists. they were such good sports.
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salon. number one, it starts before the scissors ever snip. if the stylist doesn't talk to you about the shape of your face and what's going to work for you in terms of the cut you want, red flag. number two, if you get, you know, almost any stylist can make it look good in the salon but if two days later you can't do anything with it, red flag. and then finally, if you feel like you need a new haircut after four or five weeks, that's -- if you're a woman who has longer hair, that's kind of -- it should last a little longer. >> i always wonder do you give someone a second chance if you have one bad cut? probably not. >> i don't know. the best thing about haircuts it's word of mouth. and you can ask people when you see their haircut, where did you get it cut and try new people if you're not happy. >> also the other good thing is hair grows. >> that's always the do-over, isn't it? do-over. >> becky, thanks so much. again, you look fabulous. >> thank you, my dear. >> let's go outside to ginger. >> we are out here celebrating
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grateful you all are here. thank you so much for your service and all of your service if you're not here celebrating with us. yeah, those smiles look good. y'all are making me look good today. let's go ahead and check the fire forecast, though. this is good news too in washington state, that fire there, the yale road fire now 99% contained, so thanks so much for those firefighters working so hard and red flag warnings in place for places of northwestern and southeastern oregon and we're looking west to east across the nation, we'll have updates on the tropics and so much more coming up. hoou our area. everyone gets sunshine today with highs in the low 80s by mid afternoon. readings will fall a few degrees right along the lake on a light southeast breeze. increasing clouds late tonight with lows in the upper 60s. some patchy fog, >> this weather report brought to you by windows surface pro. now another guy that makes me look good. >> well, i'll tell you, we're standing with a bunch of heroes and turning now to our "gma"
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inspirational story of a family who lost everything in california's valley fire. somehow they found the heart to help out their community when it was needed most and then they got the surprise of a lifetime. a disney vacation, and abc's abbie boudreau has more. >> reporter: high school sweethearts bill and shawn roderick are our ultimate heros from middletown, california. he's principal, and she's a teacher and adviser at middletown high. people are still talking about their incredible act of selfless. last september the valley fire, one of california's biggest, the rodericks lost their home, belongings, everything. >> you never know what it feels like to have literally clothes on your back. >> reporter: 90 students and many on staff lost their homes too. but the rodericks with literally only the clothes on their back took charge helping the kids and their families with financial
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hugs despite heartbreak. >> seniors who had plans for their senior year and trying to tell them, it's not the end of the world. >> reporter: the rodericks and daughters tory and taylor are still living in an rv as their home is rebuilt. bill and shawn even turned down donations and gave them to the kids instead. >> they just only cared about the school. they put everything else on hold. >> reporter: so moved by their commitment to their students and their school, we at "gma" thought they deserved a break. we at "good morning america" are sending you on vacation to hawaii. >> no way. >> oh. >> reporter: off to aulani, a disney resort and spa on oahu tucked away in the land of sunshine and paradise. >> aloha. >> reporter: with the traditional arrival. >> very relaxing. >> reporter: the lazy river and rainbow reef were highlights and the first stops on their selfie
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ocean. >> hold it. >> reporter: dining on local specialties. >> wow. >> my goodness. >> we haven't been able to be a family since the fire happened. >> reporter: new dreams, new memories for a family's new beginning. >> all: thank you, disney aulani. thank you, "gma." >> drop mike. >> for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. such a heartwarming story. indeed, now let's go inside to paula. >> thank you very much, jesse. now we want to talk about 25 very inspiring women. we're talking about smart, innovative women doing big things to help others featured on "good housekeeping's" new awesome women list, and this year's edition is guest edited by award winning hit television show creator shonda rhimes. take a look. >> you know, a lot of women inspire me. i think most of the women i meet every day are interesting. i have this theory that everyone has a story. and i think the only difference
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woman is the way you define yourself. >> and joining us with more "good housekeeping's" editor in chief jane francisco. jane, thank you so much for joining us. so you have a list of 25 awesome women as you're calling them. how did you compile this list? >> we have a team, of course, including shonda, and i'll tell you, it was not an easy job. there are so many inspiring women when we started putting the list together, but we just wanted to make sure that we had a really diverse group of women who would inspire all of us to find our own awesomeness. >> yeah, we can't get to all 25 of them. we're going to highlight a couple. first and foremost jane chen. tell us why jane made the list. >> well, jane chen is a scientist, and she has created a life-saving blanket for at risk babies who are in parts of the world that don't have incubators and so far they saved over 200,000 babies' lives and she has some big fans.
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donated over $100,000 to her cause. >> incredible. that's incredible, something you don't always see, a woman working really hard behind the scenes. then beverly bond was a woman that realized that black women didn't have a lot of black role models and decided to do something about it. >> so beverly is the founder of black girls rock. and this is an awards program and also a mentoring program for young women. and you've probably heard of some of the people who have been on her awards program. rihanna. yes, yes, and, you know, she's helping change ton very awesome woman on that list, again, it's a very exclusive list, just 25, and she's right over there. her name is amy robach. why did amy make this list? i think we all know. we love amy and she's just -- she's such an inspiration. >> she is an inspiration and, of course, amy, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> your very public fight with breast cancer has really helped all of us -- it sort of pointed a light on how important it is for us to take charge of our own bodies and obviously look at screening, and i will say in two
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>> yeah, amy, you have inspired a lot of us. you are brave and you are beautiful and you are courageous and we love you, amy. >> thank you. breast cancer awareness month, october 1st. everyone get their mammograms. >> great reminder. jane, thank you for joining us in the studio. what a fabulous list of these awesome women. thanks for coming in. the september "good housekeeping" awesome women's issue is on stands right now. make sure you grab it. and coming up, oscar winning actress alicia vikander opens up about her new role and her hot new romance with her co-star.
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packed full of flavor, one pint-sized hero was on a mission. looks like somebody's gotta save snack time from a serious case of boring. watch babybel's big taste leap into action in the great snack rescue. you want a piece of me? good, i'm delicious. ?
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we're back now with hollywood's golden girl. alicia vikander won an oscar for her heart-rending performance in "the danish girl" and now all eyes are on her new film, "the light between oceans." i sat down with her to talk about that and acting opposite her boyfriend, michael fassbender. she's one of hollywood's hottest actresses taking tinsel town by storm, alicia vikander's everything from starring in the summer blockbuster. >> what if it's something else. >> to winning a best supporting oscar. >> thank you so much. >> her latest film, "the light between oceans" based on the best-selling novel by m.l. stedman is a timeless story about love and loss. it features what could be the 27-year-old's most heart-rending performance to date. >> she needs us.
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tell me about this film. how would you describe it? >> it's a very human story about ordinary people, about good people that maybe sometimes don't make the most, you know, right decision. >> reporter: in the film vikander plays isabelle, a free spirit who falls in love with tom played by vikander's real-life boyfriend, michael fassbender. your character isabelle miscarries several times. >> actually as an actor i felt that was the most intimidating thing i've ever performed because it's so primal. i had wonderful, you know, people who really helped me to try and make those scenes authentic d >> reporter: one day the childless couple discover a baby in a rowboat washed up on shore and they make a choice that will have serious consequences. what do you think are the driving forces behind your character's decision which we all admit probably wasn't the right decision at the time. >> it was interesting to play a character like isabelle. it's hard to judge her because everything is initially made from a good place.
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against commonwealth rules. >> then marry me. >> the chemistry between your character and michael fassbender's character, tom, spilled off camera, yes? i know you all are very private about it but this is where you fell in love on the set. >> that's, of course, between us, but we had met a few times at a film festival, industry parties but we got to know each other during rehearsal. both him and i have done several films where we play a love story so it's d same, right? as for the film, vikander hopes audiences walk away with sympathy for all the characters. >> it's about loss. this is about very universal emotional subjects that i think everyone can relate to. >> it is a beautiful, powerful film. "the light between oceans" hits theaters on friday. coming up next here on "gma," singer tegan marie is stealing the social media scene and you'll see why.
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? when the sun arrived and the winter came and the sky falls ? >> there she is right there, tegan marie, just 12 years old burning up social media with her cover of "h.o.l.y." by flori just heard a little bit of that. she's here with me right now. first time on "gma." welcome. >> yes. >> are you ready to sing? >> it's exciting, oh, yeah. >> real exciting. let's hear it, "lucky me." ? hey hey ooohhh hey hey ? ? i don't need a fortune cookie
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? i don't need to make a wish on a shooting star tonight ? ? i got all i need and now i'm seeing the world is calling me 'cause today i'm feeling ? ? lucky look at the sun and me hanging out together ? ? lucky happy to feel this way hey every day ? ? funny everything changes clouds turn into perfect weather ? ? suddenly how did i get to be lucky lucky me ? ? lucky lucky me i got a bright big rainbow right outside my
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? it's like the winning ticket that i've been waiting for ? ? i got all i need and now i'm seeing you can follow me ? ? 'cause today i'm feeling lucky look at the sun and me hanging out together ? ? lucky happy to feel this way hey every day ? ? funny everything changes clouds turn into perfect weather ? ? suddenly how did i get to be lucky lucky me ? ? lucky lucky me ? ? everything's here at the right place at the right time ?
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? lucky look at the sun and me hanging out together ? ? lucky happy to feel this way hey every day ? ? funny everything changes clouds turn into perfect weather ? ? suddenly how did i get to be lucky lucky me ? ? lucky lucky me lucky lucky me ? ? oooh oooh ? ? i don't need a fortune cookie telling me the future is
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the family favorite. yoplait. well at least he's wearing shoes.
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toaster strudel. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to senator johnson on student loans: ron johnson: it's just kinda free money, young people don't really, necessarily understand finance. narrator: what senator johnson doesn't understand is, more than 800,000 wisconsinites have student loans. but he wants to eliminate federal student loans and keep interest rates high. johnson: it's just kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear. not for wisconsin. ? suddenly ? "good morning america" is brought to you by listerine. bring out the bold. >> whatever it is, tegan marie has it. that was fantastic. >> thank you, guys. >> thank you. >> lucky us for you to be here.
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. later today: a memorial will be held for the two nuns murdered in their home in mississippi. one of them grew up here in wisconsin. more than 300 people attended a wake for the sisters yesterday at the church in lexington, mississippi where the sisters led a bible study. they were found stabbed to death at their home last thursday. sister margaret held grew up in slinger, and later joined based school sisters of st. francis. she and sister paula merril worked as nurse practitioners in mississippi for more than 20 years. police have a suspect in custody. a funeral for sister held is planned here in wisconsin on friday. she will be buried here. later today: governor scott walker will tour saxon harbor in iron county and other spots along lake superior. he is checking in on the recovery efforts following last month's flooding. today he is expected to
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the harbor and surrounding communities. now let's get a look at the forecast with meteorologist sally severson. patchy fog improving across our area. everyone gets sunshine today with highs in the low 80s by mid afternoon. readings will fall a few degrees right along the lake on a light southeast breeze. increasing clouds late tonight with lows in the upper 60s. some patchy fog, too. we'll watch a cool front later tomorrow trigger storms. low to mid 80s tomorrow before cooler air tumbles in
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