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good morning, america. breaking overnight, white house intruder. man jumps the fence, tears across the lawn and makes it inside the doors. >> right now. go back. everybody into the park. >> security sent scrambling. secret service now having to answer how did that man get so far. out of hiding. the beleaguered nfl commissioner finally surfaces promising a new plan to tackle all the off-field violence rocking the league. >> we have seen all too much of the nfl doing wrong. >> but did roger goodell really answer the big questions surrounding the the scandal? and is there more to the ray race story? closing in overnight. police intensify the search for a suspected cop killer believed to be hiding in the woods. >> shots were fired.
repeating, shots were fired. >> what we're learning about the war reenactments that eric frein was involved in from somebody who was right there with him. and iphone fan frenzy. millions are glued to apple's any high-tech gadget this morning. is it worth it? how is that new camera? and will it really make credit cards a thing of the past? hey, good morning. we want to get on the top story. the fence-jumper at the white house. how he made it so far, actually getting inside the doors. >> the incident caused a rare evacuation of the white house. pierre thomas has more from washington. >> reporter: good morning, paula. no one was injured. today, some members of congress
are demanding an answer to one basic question. how could this happen? >> everybody out right now. go back. everybody into the park. >> reporter: 7:20 p.m. this man scales the fence of the white house, racing across the north lawn. >> get back, get back, get back. >> reporter: he covers 200 feet within just seconds. coming within 50 yards of a guard tower before breaking to the right. he makes his way to the driveway of the residence. veering behind the bushes. the secret service personnel respond. but it's too late. he makes it to the portico door. >> the idea that he could walk into the white house, that it actually was unsecure, was curious. >> reporter: he did not appear to be armed when he jumped the fence. just minutes before, the president an his daughters lifted off on the other side of the building in marine one. inside, reporters were quickly
evacuated. >> the white house is being evacuated including the press corps. we're being walked out by the secret service. >> reporter: the secret it's says a review has been launched into the response. officials telling abc news overnight the owe location of the arrest is unacceptable. the secret service was aware that the first family was not at the white house. they made a decision to not use lethal force. >> how unusual is the fence-jumping? >> reporter: it happens from time to time. i can't recall someone making it that close, much less getting inside the white house. why wasn't that door locked? while the man had no apparent weapons, what if he had a concealed weapon? >> of course, so many questions. paula, over to you. now to those new developments in the scandal rocking the nfl.
after ten days, the nfl commissioner finally breaks his silence. ryan smith is here with the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, paula. it had been over a week since roger goodell appeared in public. now he's back. his 45-minute press conference left critics crying foul. >> over the past several weeks, we have seen all too much of the nfl doing wrong. >> reporter: nfl commissioner roger goodell apologizing for mistakes he made during one of the worst scandals in nfl history. the reaction to his remarks, pouring in. >> we needed someone to go up there and be a leader. give them hope that things will be done right. that wasn't done. >> reporter: some players taking to twitter. darius butler calling the press conference pointless. and super bowl champ sidney rice writing, boo this man. >> does anybody communicate with these guys?
no, we communicate after they get in trouble. >> reporter: since the first domino fell. the video of ray rice punching his then-fiance janay. ray mcdonald arrested on suspicion of domestic violence remains on the field. the commissioner, silent for more than a week until now, answering question after question about what he knew and when he knew it. >> it was clear there was an act of domestic violence. but it was inconsistent with the way he described what happened. i would have loved to have seen that tape. >> reporter: overnight, another bomb shell in the rice case. our sister network espn reports that the ravens had a detailed description of the elevator beating but team officials still lobbied the nfl for lean yen se si for rice. the team calls the report false assumptions and perhaps m
misunderstandin misunderstandings. >> if our personal policy needs to be changed and updated, we need to do that. >> reporter: goodell said that they will develop a new player conduct policy. when asked if he would resign, he said he hasn't thought about it and he's focused on his job. >> let's turn to abc news contributor and "usa today" clol um nis christine brennan. how has goodell shown thus far that he can lead the nfl out of the mess. >> he's apologized a lot. we have not heard a commissioner apologize more. that's a start. but there's a lot to apologize for. this is a mess. the worst scandal i think in u.s. sports history. if he's learning from this, as he said, appointing people, experts, getting them in, starting to do things that need
to be done, not just in the nfl but throughout u.s. pro sports leagues. that's the positive. there's a lot of negative. if he can make the changes and lead the way for other sports leagues, there's a chance he could survive. >> the national organization for women calling for his resignation. the bomb shell overnight that he may have known about the ray rice assault back in february. can he survive? >> a week ago, i thought yes, for sure. now, i'm not so sure. if it is proven he lied, that he didn't tell the truth, that there was a coverup, i think he can't survive. oy wonder about the leadedershi of the ravens, if they were involved in that. short of that, he may well survive. he serves at the pleasure of the owners. it would have to be the owners. not a politician. the owners would have to want to get rid of him. >> thank you, christine brennan.
now to the new tactics and new dangers in the massive manhunt for a survivalist suspected of storming a pennsylvania state police barracks, killing one officer and wounding another. this morning, indications that the suspect might be more dangerous than anybody realized. linz linzie janis is on the ground in hawley, pennsylvania. >> reporter: there has been intense movement going on overnight. evacuating homes and telling residents it is not safe. >> shots were fired. repeated, shots were fired. >> reporter: this morning, police and federal agents concentrating their search for eric frein. throughout the night, officers surrounding the area where he grew up. >> receiving multiple calls on
this. possibly in the woodlands. all saying four gunshots. >> reporter: closing off road ways and evacuating homes. other residents told to stay inside with the doors locked. >> there's a killer running arnold in the woods, it doesn't make you sleep easy at night. >> reporter: the self-taught survivalist eluding capture for eight straight nights, since this police barracks came under attack. >> if he wants to kill cops, he wants them to come after him. he wants them to go into the woods. he knows enough on how to set up a trap. i think the national guard should go out there. he wants to kill cops. don't send him cops. >> reporter: for people here, an alleged cop killer on the loose means thinking of ways to protect themselves. donna dunnings doesn't have a
gun. she does have a machete. that makes me want to back up. police are hunkered down still in the area where frein's parents live. we're expecting an update later this morning. a fluid situation here. now to what could be a very big break in the urgent search for a university of virginia student who vanished a week ago after a party. police have zeroed in on a person of interest. bazi kanani is in charlottesville with the latest. >> reporter: police with trying to piece together what happened on the night college sophomore hannah graham was last seen here on this national mall. hundreds of tips have been called in. this morning, police say they're getting closer. the investigation now centers on this apartment where police are searching for clues in the disappearance of 18-year-old hannah graham. at the apartment, police say they talked with a new person of
interest, described as a 32-year-old black man, 270 pounds, with dread locks. they're looking into whether that's him wearing white, walking beside graham in this surveillance video. they say he was the last person seen with her. >> people saw hannah. people saw him. and people saw them together. if that young lady has touched your life in any way, you have the responsibility to help us find her. >> reporter: police are retracing graham's steps the night she disappeared. 9:33, seen here leaving her apartment to meet friends at a party. she's seen here at 12:46, outside an irish pub on what police call a night of heavy drinking. moments later, a cameras capture her running toward the downtown mall more than a mile away. at 1:06, washingtoning down the mall, where she was last seen at a bar with the man they're not yet calling a suspect.
>> we believe that hannah graham may have gotten into his vehicle. a vehicle that we seized pursuant to a search warrant. >> reporter: no one has been arrested yet. it makes students nervous. >> we have all been thinking about, it could have been any of us. >> reporter: graham's parents pleading with students to be vigilant this weekend and to walk with a buddy. in less than an hour, hundreds of students and residents will begin massive serge for graham, walking miles through the woods around town. she's the fourth woman to go missing in this area in the last five years. police don't believe those cases are connected. paula? dan? >> stunning to see the video of her. we're thinking of her parents and friends this morning. thank you, bazi. a lot of other news overnight. we turn to ron claiborne. >> good morning, mr. dan harris. paula, sara.
the wildfires out west. dozens of homes are evacuated. in oregon, a fire erupted in a forested area about 25 miles west of portland. that fire has charred 300 acres. and in california, the so called king fire burning out of control east of sacramento has torched 76,000 acres. police say that fire was intentionally set by wayne allen huntsman. he pleaded not guilty to charges of arson. france conducted its first air strikes over the terrorist militants isis. president obama hopes to bolster international support when he speaks at the united nations. this morning, 49 turkish hostages captured in iraq three months ago have now been freed. and the rare respiratory
eve enterovirus is spreading. the new states include california, new jersey, and georgia. the virus can cause mild to severe respiratory problems. the best way to prevent the spread of the enterovirus is by frequent hand washing an disinfecting surfaces. look at this video. a brazen smash and grab inside a packed suburban new york mall. three men entered the store on long island early tuesday evening. they pulled out hammers and smashed thedy place case. at one point, he lifted the entire glass to get the watches. they raced out of the store, through the mall, and got away. they got away with several rolex watches. in virginia, two people were killed after a stunt plane crashed at the international raceway in fair fax. this is footage of the world war ii single-engine plane
practicing. witnesses said they saw the plane flying really low before it went down. and one in texas is caught on camera allegedly swiping packages from the front door of a home. she allegedly messed with the wrong person. pastor benny holmes set up the bait boxes. waited. police say that point, laurie ferguson pulled up, the pastor packing a pistol, confronts ferguson, wrestles her to the ground. when officers arrived, they found her two grandchildren in the back of her car. despite the alleged theft, the pastor had this gift, the baseball cap with the word forgiven on it. if you haven't made plans to e derek jeter's last game on thursday. you need to save up a lot of money. two tickets to the game on thursday against the orioles are being offered by stub hub.
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and frightening near miss for a jet blue flight. now we're hearing what the pilot told the terrifying passengers. and we're hearing from a woman on the ground. was she nearly hit by a piece of the plane? >> reporter: it's a rare look inside an emergency landing. a frightening flight. >> hey, hey! >> reporter: already a loud bang and smoke in the cabin moments after this jet blue plane took off. >> ladies and gentlemen, we have had a right engine failure. please stay in your seats. >> reporter: plenty of smoke, oxygen masks on. babies crying. 213 minutes after takeoff, the call goes out for the emergency landing. this jetliner had just done a quick circle, crossing back on the land. below, on a beach, cindy gilbert was riding her bike and said this fell from the sky. >> it was like a loud boom. >> reporter: landing just three
feet from her, she thinks it's from the jetliner. >> i'm thankful it didn't hit me or anybody else. >> reporter: as she's looking at the panel, the jet liner is over the runway. relieved to be on the ground. but it's not over yet. the final drama. >> easy victor. easy victor. >> reporter: that's the order to evacuate the aircraft. flight attendants deploy slides and try to get everyone off quickly. >> reporter: what a way to end a harrowing 13 minutes. david kerley, abc news, washington. >> frightening to say the least. now to the big debut for the brand-new apple iphone 6. long lines of people. some folks waited for days. you didn't, right? >> no, i stayed in the warmth of my own home. if you have been anywhere near an apple store for the last few days, you have seen lines that
stretch on for blocks. is the new phone worth all the hype? this morning, apple fans finally have their hands on the company's hottest and hugest new smartpho smartphone. >> you you would hide behind your phone. >> reporter: the iphone 6 and the serious big brother. the device worth the wait for those krafing the new phone smell. others worried about how we're going to look carrying it or where to put the gigantic smartphone. zappos.com offering us solutions. the supergadget has customers across the country excited. a big day with big names. these palo alto shoppers stealing a snap with apple ceo tim cook. it's not all about the size when
it comes to the $650 smartphone. many excited to test out new apps. >> you use the fingerprint to unlock the phone and to pay. so you just tap it. >> reporter: others want to up their selfie game. >> it's so crisp. >> reporter: apple selling out of the phone within hours. but leaving us more time to play. you just got two little babies. >> now we get to bring them home and play with them. >> reporter: no car seat necessary. >> sara's too busy playing on her phone. >> almost as much anticipation for rob marciano's forecast. >> almost. bring it on. look at this storm yesterday. karlstad, minnesota. this tid do some damage to a farm in the area. 1 of 2 reports of tornadoes yesterday. a threat for severe weather today. same spot. fargo to minneapolis.
northern missouri to parts of michigan, including chicago. maybe a tornado. the warmth is stacking up. the rain stacking up across parts of houston. over eight inches of rain in some spots. you don't want to drive through the this. northern texas, the panhandle and big bend area, rain fall again today. locally upwards of four inches of rainfall. hurricane polo, now a tropical storm. here's your forecast track off towa >> goomorning. not quitite as cool this mornin. the last two mornings we have had 40's. a a few scattered clouds out there, some patchy fog this morning. some good sunshine and it should be a pretty pleasant afternoon. highs this afternoonn the low 80's across many locations.
should be pleasant t with good sunsne and comfortable air. >> all right. get out there and enjoy it. saturday, i'll see you at the yankee game. a quarter million bucks. no problem. >> high-rolling rob marciano. coming up, the courtroom drama. an elite cancer doctor taking the stand against his exlover. she's accused of attempted murder by spiking his coffee. could the i-swim band keep your kids safe. and the zoo debut. the two cuties getting round the clok attention. >> they're babies. >> i think they're cheetah cubs. >> they're adorable. [ male announcer ] lowe's presents how to install a fence
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>> good morning. brian van de graaff. wind shifting more of the south today. that will help to push temperaturesp. tomorrow, very warm, in the mile 80's. warmer air surging out of the south and southwest. a ld front moving in tomorrow ening. it could squeeze out a sprinkle or shower in the evening, but it
shouould be late eugh that any outdoor tivities wl be ok. outside this morning, temperatures in the low 60's. 59 in fredericksburg.. 61 in lexington park butw clouds and patchy fog that should burn off and give way to a pleasant anwarmer da highs this afternoon in the low 80's. slight chance of showerr tomorr. paul kicks off mondaday too tuesday. low to mid 70's all of next week. doesn'
♪ it's raining men hallelujah, it's raining men every step ♪ ha lay lieu ya, our show-stopping performance this morning. i heard "magic mike" was a fun movie. >> oh, come on. >> i haven't seen it. you have a chance to be an extra in a sequel. >> whoa, whoa, what is going on there? >> sara, pick your jaw up off the table, please. >> happy birthday. >> thank you so much. >> this is all for her. happy birthday. also coming up this half hour, can a device turn your phone into a warning system to keep your child from drowning. this is a big story. "gma" investigating the i-swim band.
coming up. first, the trial of a doctor at a prestigious cancer center accused of poisoning her lover's coffee. >> she flnd the courtroom as he took the stand. and described how he felt after taking the first sip. ryan owens has more. >> it's just hard reliving this, because i almost died. >> reporter: renowned cancer researcher dr. george blumen stein testified. >> she had a special colombian coffee she wanted me to try. >> reporter: the doctor sat feet away. >> you said you probably already had a good amount from the first cup. >> right. >> large gulps. >> a couple of large gulps, yeah. >> reporter: last year, prosecutors say gonzalez spiked his coffee with a sweet-tasting
poison used in anti-freeze. and a chemical found in labs's houston's m.d. anderson cancer center where they both worked. >> i said, what's up with the coffee? it's really sweet. >> what did she say? >> she said she put splenda in it. >> reporter: they say she did it when he was in a relationship with another woman. >> she said that's your problem, not mine. >> reporter: the 43-year-old has pled not guilty. when court resumes monday, dr. blumenschein will be back on the stand as the jury hears phone calls he secretly taped with his former lover. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, houston. >> this is a fascinating case we'll continue the watch. let's get another look at the overnight head wlooins mr. ron claiborne. i like the mister.
it injects a nice formality. >> i appreciate it. thank you, mr. harris. >> and misses. and the miss. the huge security breach at the white house. omar gonzalez came sprinting over the fence friday evening, making his way to the driveway. he was arrested inside the white house doors. it all happened minutes after the president and his daughters took off on marine one helicopter. and nfl commissioner roger goodell apologizing for the mistakes he made. espn reports that the baltimore ravens had a detailed description of the elevator beating in ray rice's case, but team officials still lobbies for leniency. florida state has benched heisman trophy winner jameis winston for today's game.
he was suspended after making sexually insensitive comments. quite possibly the cutest thing you will ever see today. these are two cheetah babies. the sisters, they're now three weeks old. almost three weeks old. spending the day bonding. >> that is amazing. >> they're getting round-the-clock bottle feedings. eventually, they'll be paired with a domestic dog to help calm them. >> we talked about this before on the show. but cheetahs used to be domesticated. they can be friendly. >> and they're very fast. >> that is also true. >> about 80, 90 miles an hour? >> i don't know for sure. >> almost as fast as a hurricane. >> a category 2. >> and they need a car named
after the cheetah. you have the jaguar. fall colors. the sugar maples and the sumac. they're going to town in northern minnesota. the fall-like temperatures across the northeast. burlington sh record low, 32 yesterday. a fall-like feel in the morning. the heat will build up. we have two more days of summer officially left. look at the temperatures, 80s from d.c. back through philadelphia. gnat is the weekend. the warmth continues down across the south. 86 expected by new orleans. a little bit of humidity. temperatures in florida in the 80s. this low will fester across parts of georgia and carolina. you'll see shower there is. continued hot across the pacific northwest. 92 expected in portland been we have the fire in forest grove. that won't help.
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>> it's something every parent has nightmares about. a high-the tech device promises to turn your phone into a warning system. "gma" investigates the iswimband. here's mara schiavocampo to tell us if it works. >> reporter: pool play. a favorite activity for children. some parents teaching their kids to swim. before they can even walk. but, fun in the water can also be very dangerous. drowning is the second leading cause of accidental death for children. 88% happening even when a parent is present. but now, new technology could become an important tool in pool safety. this is the iswimband. and here is how it works. your child wears it while swimming. if they're submerged for too long -- [ alarm sounding ]
-- your iphone lets off a piercing alarm. is the idea that time passes so quickly that it's easy not to notice your child is underwater. if you're barbecuing. your friends are over. >> yes. absolutely. it's difficult to division between a child underwater playing and a child underwater drowning. a child are drown in as little at 20 seconds. >> reporter: parents can set the timer on the band from 10 to 30 seconds. though the company says the alert can be delayed a few seconds to process. there's also a wristband with an even shorter interval. the wrist band is for a nonswimmer. like a toddler. given the higher safety risk, the alert goes off just seconds after it's submerged [ alarm sounding ] "gma" investigates decided to give the iswimband a try. >> good, that was right on the money. >> reporter: with this aquatic
safety expert and life guards standing by, the swimming uninstructor submerges himself into the water ten times for every interval that the band has. >> only one time we had it on the money. >> reporter: it sounded every time. but once on the money. the other, with a three to five second delay. >> it alerted. it was just a little delay. i think it could definitely help save lives. it's an added bonus. but swimming lessons and watching your children are paramount. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> an adult should always be present and it's not meant to replace supervision. an extra security doesn't come cheap. it's $79. i think i might order a cup. just for peace of mind.
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>> she's blushing. >> i love my birthday. it was thursday. >> we all love sara. >> the cake is vegan. >> it's good. it's really good. dan, come on. don't be so picky. >> it grows on you. >> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is an abc 7 news update. >> good morning. it is 7:56 a.m. i am caroline tucker. taking a look at some of the top stories in our region -- the sarah picks up today for hoggle and jacob hoggle. looking forl be out -- volunteers will be out
looking. they disappeared with their mother catherine hoggle, a diagnosed schizophrenic who was arrested last week. missingrs will look for hannah graham. authority spoke to a man believed to have been with hannah graham in a bar the night she was missing. it is your last weekend for weather. >> the last weekend for the summertime with temperatures in the upper-50's and 60's. looking good for outdoor activities including the dulles plane show. temperatures will get into the 80's. a little bit of fog this morning. the sun will be down tonight at :06 a.m. -- p.m. as far as the next couple of days are concerned, it appears
>> "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide insurance. >> hi, everybody, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo. welcome to "wild countdown." whoa! in my visits to wildlife parks and zoos, i've had the chance to try out all kinds of occupations. i always wanted to be a game warden. over the years, i've become a jack of all trades. i did too do that! >> she did that all on her own. >> she--bull. get along, get along, doggie! today, we'll look back at 6 of my favorite jobs. oh, i'd hate to get charged on my first d day at work. and don't miss the blooper of the week starring my wife sue. [laughing] it sure is a tough job being me. 6 gigs i'll never forget, next