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good morning, america. breaking overnight, floods and fires. torrential downpours up and down the east coast. cities underwaiter. roads washed away. as new fires scorch the west. hundreds of homes threatened. more dangerous conditions on the way. happening newspaper lost at sea. the desperate search for two teen age boys. >> we want them home. >> a mother's plea for her son as he disappeared on a fishing trip. their boat found overturned. scary landing. a violent storm batters this passenger jet. a code red warning for the pilots. hurricane-force winds rocked the plane side to side. and gone too soon. bobby bobbi kristina brown dies overnight.
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the outpouring for the daughter of soup star whitney houston this morning. and good morning, america. such sad news about bobbi kristina. she was so young. still so many questions. you see here there with her mom, whitne she died three yores ago. still so many questions about what caused her death. we're going the begin with the flooding in parts of the east coast this morning. alerts across the east coast. nearly a foot of rain falling in the tampa area over the past three days. ginger a lot more on the way. >> you want to see what over a foot looks like? it looks like this. you had from 6 to 12 inches of rain. we still are under flood watch from ft. myers up to tampa as we go through the next couple of days. how much more rain could we get? two to four inches if you're there at the coast. all the way to orlando, you
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could get up inches. flooding concerns along of the east coast. we have to turn to the headline of severe weather. three reported tornadoes. today from kansas enhanced up in south and north dakota. a big fire danger. high pressure in control. gusty winds. we'll see record this is week. not good for the fires. we're going to get more on the fires right now. 24 burning. matt gutman is in nevada city california. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. does. s of wild firdozens of wildfires burning. we have been watching that fire creep up the hill over the past couple of hours. it's one of the reasons folks here including the owner of that house behind you, have chopped town trees. 80 big pines just in this man's backyard trying to create a last line of defense against that fire. overnight, wildfires raging across california. >> fire rg burning very very
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quickly. >> reporter: in nevada county 1500 acres still burning this morning. >> hope nobody loses too much of their property. >> reporter: that fire only 15% contained. on the ground over 1100 firefighters battling it. >> personnel from as far away as santa cruz had driven to save my home. >> reporter: planes and choppers attacking the blaze from the air. in this time-lapse video, the fire looks almost like an erupting volcano. >> we saw the flames when they crested the ridge there, going 500 feet tall. >> reporter: in oakhurst 450 structures threatened. that fire has consumed 1100 acres so far with only 5% containment. since january, california has seen over 5,000 wildfires. nearly 75,000 acres have burned. i want to give you a sense of what's at stake here. all night long a strike team of six firefighters have been
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waiting at that house, monitoring the fire making sure the house doesn't burn down. it's so dry, authorities tell me this is a man-made fire started possibly by the exhaust of a car or four-wheeler. lara? >> matt gutman we thank you. to the latest on the movie theater rampage in louisiana. the two women killed thursday night will be laid to rest today. we're learning more about the gunman this morning. his attack was premeditated. questions remain. ryan owens is in lay fayette with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: lara good morning to you. maybe the biggest mystery of all. why did a drifter from alabama, some 500 miles from here choose this theater? this morning, police say they cannot find any real connection between the killer and this community. the murders of these two young women in a louisiana move si theater was premeditated and meticulously planned. that's the startling conclusion this morning of state police
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after reading the journals of 59-year-old john rusty houser. >> he made comments he was coming. it was written down. the theater. the time everything. "trainwreck." 7:15. >> reporter: in that journal? >> in that journal. >> reporter: wigs, glasses, disguises in a motel room. this footage showing houser walking up and down if hallways. stopping by the front desk. his car leaving 20 minutes before the shooting. >> i need you en route to the grand theater on johnson, we have an active shooter over there. >> reporter: police say houser packed tha to the emergency exit to theater 14 so he could make a quick getaway. officers got here so fast he ran back into the theater and shot himself. he had a long series of mental illness. he was legally able to buy a gun at a alabama pawnshop.
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>> we must choose good when others choose evil. >> reporter: at religious services, prayers for the nine injured and the two women who wlost their lives. 33-year-old jillian johnson and 21-year-old mayci breaux. both will be laid to rest later today. four victims remain in the hospital this morning. the two hero teachers iluding the one that pulled the fire alarm and maybe helped save countless lives. both, george are now out of the hospital. >> that is good news thank you, ryan. the race for president now. "your voice, your vote." new polls showing donald trump solidifying his place at the top of the field. even after the remarks about senator john mccain's war record. trump is showing staying power. that poll shows the majority of republicans him want him to stay in the race. what is he tapping into? >> i think the first, main
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stream in our country's history. a sense of anger and frustration. a group of voters are angry. that's often led to great change. civil rights robin covering the special olympics. i think the second thing is there's a bunch of republicans that want straight talk. it's one that we wanted out of a candidate that got derailed because of a closed bridge that was a straight talker. the question is for donald trump, does he burn too many bridges? he's in it to stay. no question. >> it will complicate the debate. meantime new questions about the e-mails for hillary clinton. government investigators find that several of them were classified. >> i think hillary will have an ongoing problem. she was popular before she got in. as soon as he gets in there's a trust problem. much of which is self-inflicted. the history of the clintons is much or what happens to them is
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self-inflicted wounds that she'll have to deal with. if i were the republicans, i would let that go. if they go over board on it. some of the things that mike huckabee said. allow that trust factor to exist and let the voters decide. >> thank you, matt dowd. want to turn to the desperate search for the two teens lost at sea off the coast of florida. the boat was found. no sign of the boys. good morning, kendis. >> reporter: lara good morning. this is a race against time. but there's reason for hope. both of these boys have pretty much spent their entire lives boating. why their families were comfortable enough to let them go out on their own. in the meantime the coast guard saying there were life vests on board their boat. there was no letup in the search overnight. this morning, an around-the-clock search for two missing teeners.
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a damaged overturned coast recovered. the same boat perry cohen and austin stefanos took on a fishing trip friday. the boys nowhere in sight. >> we want them home. >> reporter: the 14-year-olds departed jupiter, florida, friday afternoon. posting a snap chat indicating they were heading to the bahamas. >> it's unexplainable. unbearable. these are our boys. these are our babies. >> there is nothing in the universe that we wouldn't give to have our boys back. >> reporter: now the parents enlisting football hall of famer and neighbor joe namath in efforts to raise $100,000 to help with the search. >> they're so fine these two young fellas. bejust keep on praying, man. it's hard. it's so hard. >> reporter: with warmer temperatures and the boys' extensive boating experience as
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well as their food and water supplies officials are holding out hope. >> all indications are pointing to, someone could survive. e we have seen it happen before. >> reporter: the coast guard search now covering 26,000 nautical square mile. this morning, the experts are reminding people to always carry one of these personal locater err beacons if you're heading out. a huge fire at a las vegas hotel that had guests running for their lives. amazingly, no serious injuries at the cosmopolitan a 3,000-room resort. alex perez is in las vegas with the latest. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning george. i want to show you what may have sfoped this from becoming a tragedy. up above that sign the burned pool deck. right here next door the fire department. they were able to respond in seconds.
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this morning, they're zeroing in on a small area as they try to find out what sparked this blaze. >> it was literally walls of fire in every direction. >> reporter: it was just after noon saturday when within minutes, a small fire turned the 14th floor of this luxury hotel into a towering inferno. plumes of smoke filling the skies. >> unbelievable. unbelievable. >> reporter: a few hundred guests on the deck scrambling down 14 store trois safety on the ground in minutes. >> when we were leaving, rushing toward the exit we could feel the heat from the flames on or back. i have never seen a fire move that fast. >> it is so bad. >> reporter: a frightening reminder of the 1980 blaze at the mgm grand that killed 85 people. >> fire swept through the lower floors of the mgm grand. >> reporter: later, an arson attack at the hilt.
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left eight dead. mandatory sprinklers and automatic alarms and emergency exit stairwells were imposed. pressurized. along with elevator shafts to help keep thick smoke out. all this making sin city one of the safe nest the world when it comes to fire safety in high-rises. >> as fast as it took often. and seeing that pool deck as loaded as it was, we're very lucky it went down the way it did. >> reporter: and the hotel thanking employees for getting all those people to safety quickly. >> thank you so much. now to bob booebi kristina the daughter of whitney houston and bob be brown passed away last night, six months after being found unresponse nif a bathtub. the medical examiner plans an autopsy. >> reporter: overnight, the final chapter in a heart breaking story.
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bobbi kristina brown, the daughter of whitney houston and bobby brown, pronounced dead five months after being found unresponsive in her georgia home. the family said bobby christina brown passed away sunday, july 26 2015 surrounded by her family. sympathy and uplift from celebrities. oprah tweeting peace at last. dionne warwick, a was on the the houston family sharing her thoughts sunday night. >> she was a sweetheart. she will be missed. that's for sure. >> yeah. >> she was a good girl. >> reporter: brown, an aspiring singer and actress was found face down in her bathtub in january of this year. >>1-year-old female in the bathtub, face down. pd's en route. >> reporter: the case still under investigation. the police saying our hearts go out to bobbi kristina's family.
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this does remain an active investigation that wee are working with with the fulton d.a. on. ♪ and i ♪ >> reporter: the circumstances all too similar to how bobbi kristina's mother died at the beverly hilton in 201. >> i can hear her voice and spirit talking to me and telling me keep moving baby. you know i'm right here. i got you. ♪ see i got my baby ♪ ♪ me and bobby's baby ♪ >> reporter: mother and daughter as perhaps we'll remember them. bobbi kristina brown was just 2years22 years old. for "good morning america," chris connelly abc news new york. >> so sad. she wanted to follow her mom's footsteps. amy with the other top stories. chrysler in trouble. >> that's right. abc news was the first to break the story. an historic fine for chris ler for mishandling recalls for 11
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million vehicles. the company will have to offer to buy back half a million ram pickup truck. they must offer trade ins or pay to repair 1 million jeeps with rear-mounted gas tanks. a new move in the middle east. the u.s. and turkey have reportedly agreed to create a safe stone in northern syria for refugees and western-backed rebels with u.s. and turkish war planes protecting that zone. and there are new concerns on wall street after stocks tanked in china overnight, dropping by 8%. the worst one-day drop in nearly a decade. investors are doubting china's latest moves to prevent a full-blown crash. frightening moments on this plane trying to land in europe. heavy winds rocking this plane. the plane tilted dangerously close to the ground just before
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touching down safely. the landing turned out to be all right. a wild crash at this motorcycle race overseas. the bike's throttle got stuck, throwing driver casey stoner into the air after hitting a barrier. he broke his leg and shoulder but seems to be in good spirits, posting this picture from the hospital. good for him. and finally, baseball fan goes to the angels game to cheer on his favorite player, mike trout. he carries a fish net. appropriately labeled the trout net. and takes his seat in right field. then this happens, mike trout hits a grand slam. i bet you know where this is going because it wouldn't be in my news cast if it didn't. >> no. >> it landed in the trout net. he showed it off. it's two feet wide. if you think about that. >> trout was very accommodating. >> mike trout is very accurate. >> a little bonus. grand slam. we turn to the search for what appears to be a lion on the
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loose in milwaukee. the city on edge for more than a week now. authorities thought they had the lion cornered over the weekend. it slipped away. reena ninan has more on how police are hunting down the big cat. >> reporter: for the past week, 911 operate nrs milwaukee have been overwhelmed about calls about a four-legged stranger prowling the city. >> what did it look like? >> like a lion or tiger. >> i can't shoot him? >> no don't shoot him. >> i'm going back in the house. >> reporter: armed with only this cell phone image. >> i'm calling to report the possible sighting of a young lion. i'm not joking and i'm not crazy. >> reporter: the sightings treated like a modern day big foot by city authorities. >> we haven't found it. haven't seeb it. no subsequent confirmed sightings. >> reporter: they're singing a different tune this morning. police saw what they describe as a lion-like cat twice over the
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weekend. escaping officers' grasp both times. dozens of officers armed with lethal containment weapons on the hunt. they would prefer to tranquilize the animal. could it be a lion a tiger? a bear? oh, my. experts feel it's probably an exotic pet that escaped or was released. >> a much more likely scenario than a lone cat coming down here from the north look for meat. >> reporter: for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news new york. record-setting rain in indianapolis? >> this is the wettest july and month ever on record in indianapolis. that picture from lebanon, indiana. we'll have more on the severe weather coming up.
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alex: well, we had some heavy storms earlier this moing and wilhave the additional few chances thisfternoon as well as aeek k stationary boundary contues to filter over the region. a chance fortormrms later today, the best possility is from 3:00 this afternoon until 8:00 this afternoon. otherwise warm, sunny, and humid . 80 degrees, hot over the next few days 92 tomorrow, 94 lots more ahead this morning. listen to this. >> some maniac is following me trying to run me off the road. my gun's already out. it's cocked and locked. >> a terrifying road rage
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jummy: we want to start with an update on your weather right now with alec. alex: heavy rain this morning an additional shot for chances this week as a stationary boundary continues to filter over the region. the best possibility from 3:00 this afternoon until 8:00 this afternoon, otherwise warm sunny, humid, we will continue
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to be hot over the next few days. 92 tomorrow, 94 on wednesday. next chance for storms on tuesday. angela: the westbound lanes of king street haven't shut down and as we head through the traffic land cameras you can see heavy delays traveling into montgomery county where we have had several accidents all morning long. delays on the bw parkway. two accidents as you get close to 50. 66 eastbound, often on pockets of slow traffic towards marysville. 95, not too bad. continuing on 300 95, stop and go to the 14th street bridge. jummy: friends and family members are mourning the loss of two brothers, one who drowned and the other is presumed dead. they were swimming off code point when they became exhausted
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from the strong current. daniel's body was recovered douglas's is still missing. it has been one year since the first silver line train made its way from tysons corner to the d.c. area. metro officials will mark the anniversary today in mclean. for more updates head over to "good morning washington." have a good day.
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good morning, america. right now, we'recking dangerous conditions on both coasts. sizzling temperatures, strong wins fueling tuzens of wildfires in the west. torrential downpours cause in the east. right now, president obama is in ethiopia this morning, the first sitting president to come to the country. and a milestone for the boy scouts, announcing today they're ending the ban on gay leaders. church-run groups will still be allowed to pick their own laefrds. look at this "the new york" magazine. 35 of bill cosby's accusers on the cover. >> that picture so powerful. right now, now developments in the fatal stabbing of the reality tv star known as the legal diva.
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loredana nesci's boyfriend is claiming self-defense. >> reporter: the essence of reality shows is drama. not like this. a popular attorney is dead. the prime suspect, her boyfriend who she battled with in front of the cameras. this morning, the lawyer for robert reagan accused of killing his reality tv star lawyer gifl lore dan that nesci, says it happened in self-defense. >> i'm not going allow you to insult me. >> reporter: the reality show featured the tough-talking attorney. >> something is not adding up. >> reporter: robert reagan 51, is charged with murdering lore dane loredana with a knife. he tried to disarm her. in the intense struggle she
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tragically suffered a fatal wound. friends say she was tough, not viable. >> she helped so many people. you would ask her for help she would never tell you no. >> reporter: she was known for her sharp tongue and neighbors said the couple fought often. >> they were always kind of yelling back and forth at each other. more often than not i would say. nothing to where you could think someone would kill someone. >> reporter: something everyone loredana's family admits. >> i have heard plenty of arguments between the two. i have never seen either of them lay a hand on each other. >> reporter: loredana's family saying they're caring for the couple's son. >> we have a lot of healing ahead of us. >> reporter: her family says they're not surprised by the self-defense claim from reagan's attorney. that's what defense lawyers do.
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he's being held behind bars. the rode rage incident in florida that spun out of control ending in fatal shooting. the deadly encounter played out on two separate 911 calls from both angry drivers. phillip mena has the story. >> reporter: this morning, a florida man out of bond after allegedly shooting an killing a father in front of his family. >> don't shoot! >> sir. >> i have 911 on the phone. [ gunshots ] >> reporter: robert doyle charged with second-degree murder and three counts of aggravat assault. for the deadly road rage incident playing out in dueling calls. >> he's going no flip me off? >> some maniac trying to follow me trying to run me off the road. my gun is out. it's cocked and locked. >> reporter: police say this man with was his rife 8-year-old daughter and 7-year-old
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grandson as he followed robert doyle home. >> no no. go home. >> reporter: the deadly confrontation ending outside doyle's house. >> he was walking toward the car and got shot five times in the back. >> reporter: they say doyle then forced gonzalez's wife and two young chir out of the car at gun point. doyle has yet to enter a plea. for "good morning america," phillip mena abc news new york. >> what a horrible story. the latest now on hulk hogan. the superstar wrestler fired from the wwe and kicked out of the hall of fame after racist remarks were made public. david wright has the story. >> reporter: this morning, the most famous professional wrestler of all time is no longer a wwe hall of famer.
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hulk hogan, for now, just another gym rat. spotted this weekend with his wife on their way to work out in clearwater florida. hogan has been body-slammed by his own words eight years ago. in a racist outburst complete with the "n" word caught on tape. the wwe saying in a statement, we are committed to embracing and celebrating individuals from all backgrounds. >> the swiftness with which the wwe made the decision to scrub hogue frn their website and hall of fame has surprised some. especially because he was such face of the organization for so many years. >> reporter: the recording is the first big bomb shell in the suit against gawker media. hogan is suing the media for releasing a sex tape of hogue and his best friend's wife. he says it was unacceptable for me to have used that language.
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there's no excuse for it. this weekending hogan's friends and family tweeted support for the wrestling legend. last night, hogan re-tweeted the following. biracial president obama uses the "n" word and is awe plauded and keeps his job. hulk hogan uses "n" word and is vilified and loses his job. let's get more on the fires burning out west ginger. >> thank you to brandy carlos. you get a feeling for how hot and big the flames can get. this is just west of lake tahoe. the conditions are getting worse. the relative humidity, the moisture in green. it's going to fall off. as that high comes into control. you see some dry air. only 11% relative humidity in sacramento by the end of all that. a quick look at the hail. more than 70 severe weather reports just yesterday
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fanning escaping a great white in competition. >> just kept coming at my board. i was kicking and screaming and. well. oh. i punched it in the back. >> reporter: while that close encounter turned him into a worldwide sensation. >> heart-stopping moment caught on live tv. >> now to the champion surfer back home. >> to the startleing video seen by millions. >> reporter: a superhero. it left him questioning if he was seeing his last swells. >> i'm happy to not compete again. >> reporter: more realistic. >> yeah it's going to be hard but, um you have to face these things front on. >> reporter: and over the weekend, he made his intentions crystal clear. with instagram posts like this one. first surf back. he says feels so good. isn't that something? less than one week after they was that video, he said i'm
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jummy: good morning. we want to start with an update on your or cast right now. here's meteorologist alex leggett. alex: early this morning and an additional shot for chances for storms this morning. bringing a chance for storms later today, the best possibility will be from 3:00 this afternoon until 8:00 this afternoon. otherwise warm, sunny, and made. highs near 90 degrees continuing to be hot for the next couple of days. 92 tomorrow. 94 on wednesday. the next chance for storms on thursday. angela: on the monday morning drive we have congestion for the folks headed to the words tunnel. -- for folks headed to the third street tunnel.
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let's head over to our cameras and show you the ride on interstate six. off and on pockets of slow traffic. slow manassas the centreville. making your way from 50 to fairfax, continuing indiana, traveling east down on 66. inner loop delays from the dulles toll road to georgetown pike traveling through mclean. a live look here, keep in mind your west lanes are those towards park center drive with water main break at the area interstate 270 remains heavy and slow through urbana. slow as you get to the beltway. beltway delays out on silver's ring. jummy: top stories right now. virginia man is in custody. after deadly stabbing. it happened last night at the and prayer mountain church in urbana. a news conference is set for today on capitol hill to mark the 25th anniversary of the americans with his abilities act.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. we have the latest new details this morning about bobbi kristina's final days. after the daughter of pop lemd whitney houston passes away overnight surrounded by her family. new overnight trkts powerful cover photo trending huge. 35 of bill cosby's accusers telling their stories. stepping into the spotlight together. why they say they're no longer afraid. ♪ suddenly i see ♪ does father really know best? jif gaffigan reveals the rules of parents he could on the do. ♪ marry me ♪ and it's the biggest "bachelor" reunion you have ever seen. who is revealing they're nout married. what sean and katherine say about life together? and does chris spill the beans about whitney? as we say -- >> all: go morning, america.
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a bunch of your favorite bachelors and bachelorettes. the big reunion today. back together on "gma." >> because tonight is the big finale. i can't wait to see who kaitlnym picks. the worst thing at work? gossip gossip. i don't gossip. let's go the amy with the morning rundown. the big story this morning, those flames. two dozen major wildfires burning in five states right now. one of the most dangerous fired erupted in the foot hills of the sierra nevada. four firefighters have been injured. 2,000 homes in danger. in southern california a
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small plane crashed into this backyard. marrowly missed two houses as it burst into pla flames. the pilot was killed. the coast guard is working around the clock to find two 14-year-old boys missing from a fishing trip. they set out friday from jupiter, florida, they never returned home. they capsized boat surfaced on sunday 150 miles away. dozens of bill cosby's accusers have united. they're all appearing on the cover of "new york magazine." 35 of them seated along with an empty chair, said to symbolize those qulet to speak. the women share their personal but similar stories of how they say they were abused by cosby. and the rethaix faced once they came forward. many of them saying they were drugged and raped by the comedian. tamara green said people often
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similar ways. >> reporter: made her transition peacefully. finally at peace. peace at last from oprah winfrey. in the language used by those who loved bobbi kristina brown as her death was announced. could be detected a religious faith. peace had been hard to come by. a young woman in the semispot light, already beset by severe personal issues before the 201 death of her mother hay have plunged her into despair. >> bobbi kristina and whitney houston were extremely close. they had a very tight mother mother/daughter bond. they were in some ways forever paired in the history of tragedy. >> reporter: in the years following whitney's passing,
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bobbi kristina was on tyler perry's show. and on our own. in 2013 a controversial marriage with nick gordon through it all, she would remain something of a mystery to the public. >> what's of course most tragic is that we won't get to see what kind of person bobbi kristina brown could have grown up to be. >> reporter: to the mother who was pregnant with her 1992 premier of the body guard, she would be an only child. occasionally appears with her on stage, as she did on "gma" in 2009. ♪ come on clap your hands ♪ >> reporter: and ebt eventually the sole heir to her fortune. her own show business dreams had yet to be achieved. her search for happiness and fulfillment it seems a work in progress. until the night of january 31st when she was found uncan, in bathtub, nearly three years after her mother died just gnat way. her search now over. it is her loved ones' devout
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wish that the peace which may have eluded her in lifer is now hers for eternity. for "good morning america," chris connelly abc news los angeles. >> and thanks to chris for that. we're joined by kate coyne. the executive editor for "people." this family through so much. what are we hearing from them? >> one of the things you'll hear a lot from both sides of the the family from the houstons and the browns, is the word peace. it is the one thing that bobbi kristina essentially never had in her life. she was born into a tumultuous marriage. he life always had a measure of chaos. one of the things the houstons and the browns are both changing to right now is the belief that she is finally at peace. finally free from so much of the suffering that marked the later years of her life. >> peace for her. the family has been at odds with her boyfriend, nick gordon. supposedly refusing to let him see her.
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filing a lawsuit against him. they believe he's responsible? thanlts do. they very much believe that there are several unanswered questions about what really happened the night she was found in the bathtub. they believe strongly that there was a motive perhaps, for foul play. that nick has -- sort of nefarious purposes where bobbi kristina's considerable fortune was concerned. there are a lot of questions they're going to want answered. >> that's why they're filing the lawsuit? >> they've filed a lawsuit. the d.a. is looking into the night that bobby christinaeb bobbi kristina was found. does nick gordon have a claim to that estate? they were not actually married. it's very, very convoluted now. a lot of people want a say in what happens. >> okay kate coyne, thank you.
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up next on the "gma heat index." gossiping in the work place. you know you shouldn't do it. you don't want anyone doing it behind your back. a new survey reveals how toxic it can be. >> who did you tell? >> i didn't tell anyone. >> reporter: if "the office" taught us anything -- >> who has been saying there's another person inside of me? >> reporter: it's no one likes a gossip. >> has everyone heard a yaz zi rumor about themselves today? >> reporter: rumor has it that office gossip is against the water cooler code. >> it's a toxic experience. it makes it very challenging to feel safe and comfort b at your work place. >> reporter: one online unscientific survey by account temps reported that 28% of the 320 workers questioned found it to be the most common breach of
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work place etiquette. another unscientific survey found that office gossip was the second biggest work place distraction coming in right under cell phones and teking. sflit can be exciting. it can distract us from the mundane, boring thing that we're doing at work. we use gossip as a power play within career. >> reporter: but some experts say, a little office drama is not all bad. according to appear-reviewed study published in psychology science, gossip can have positive effects. including encouraging cooperation. for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news los angeles. >> tory johnson joins us now. i know obviously, your work family. you want to talk about what's going on in your life other people's lives. when diz uh does it cross the
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line? >> there's a simple litmus test. is what you're about to say or share or listen to is it harmful to somebody else? sit destruct nif character? is it something you would never ever say directly to the person you're taking about? i would say if it something you would potentially deny if ever asked if you said it or participate edd in it? then i would say it's not the health vi gossip. >> my mom said if cow can't say i had to their face don't say i behind their back. a good golden rule. what do you do when someone starts gossiping to you about someone else. kit be uncomfortable. >> there's a few options. the first is call them on it. right? so it's very clearly. >> really? >> clearly saying that's harmful gossip. i don't want a part of it. it takes a big level of comfort. not everybody is comfortable
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policing other people. there are other options if that is too harsh. step away from the situation. don't give an audience to somebody who is gossiping. by listening, you're an active participant. step away from that conversation conversation. the other is to turn a negative into a positive. you can take control. somebody says to you, oh many i gosh you know, jane is such a suck up to the boosz. it's so clear that they're having an affair. you're like yikes. right. and so to that you say, i actually really like jane. i respect her work. >> i like that. >> that totally takes the high road when somebody's gone low. >> how do you handle if the gossip you hear sabt you? when you know people are talking about you behind your back. we have all been there. what do you do? >> first, if it's untrue petty, laughable, something you can dismis don't add fuel the fire. let it go. let it die down. it will disappear. people will realize they're not getting a rise out of you. >> it's hard to do too.
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>> it's very hard to do. if it is true there's a couple of different tactics. one of them is address it directly. so, you know i know that i was caught on an informational interview with the competition. everybody is saying she's not happy here. i bet she's going the leave. i need to nip the gossip. i might say to somebody you know what? there's a lot of gossip about my employment. i want you to know i'm really committed to this position. and if and when that changes, you're going to be the first to know. and so simply by addressing it and nipping it you're not lying. you're nipping it. it has a chance to die down. the other option is if it's something being said about you that is true but too personal and difficult for you to talk about. maybe a situation where i'm going 24ru a twors. someone has discovered that. maybe i enlist the help of a trusted colleague to say she
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knows everybody is talking about her. she is going through this painful divorce. let's not make it more distracting with the gossip. she's our colleague. she deserves our respect of her privacy. let's give to it her. >> great tips. >> enlisting. >> having an advocate. >> i'm not going through a divorce, by the way. i'm very happily married. i hope my husband is not going anywhere. >> that >> duly noted. lara to you. >> great advice there. >> i love just taking the high road too. be a kind person. next up on the heat index, a look at beauty apps. you don't need to head to the mall for the perfect shade. it's all right there in your phone. becky worry shows us how it works. ♪ we never go ♪ >> reporter: maybe you want to try that taylor swift lipstick thing.
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but you're not sure you can actually pull it off. of course there's an app for that. l'oreal has one that's amazing. you calibrate it choose a lipstick and boom. it's virnlly lyvirtually on your lips. it's amazing. scarlet concerto looks like this. this is what it looks like if real life. pretty similar. this app suggests eye treatments. a little cartoony. i feel like jessica rabbitt. and they cutting the products. the app says a smoky eye should look like this pip used the products they suggested. but, hmm. i wouldn't say i nailed it. to help with the application issue, the map my beauty app teaches you how to contour. benefit has a similar tool online for the art of the
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eyebrow eyebrow. now an app that matches foundation to your skin tone. remember the hubbub about the blue or the gold dress? yeah look at my skin in this light. then over here with the light's darker. and then when i turn the overheadlights on it's totally different. but here does. the plum perfect app says this foundation is right for me. it's pretty light. i mean, this is what i normally wear. another app mod face beautiful me skugted this one. i think it's lighter than i would go. one more limitation, each app has only a few brands loaded in. an app that simulate makesover may be better than guessing colors when you buy online. an added bonus. it's a little bit of fun along the way. for "good morning america," becky worley abc news oakland, california. >> good, worley. thank you for the tips. let's get outside to ginger
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zee. >> hey, good morning, lara. 50th birthday way back there. a lot of energy. i had to say good morning. we begin with a look at the heat advisories. from louisiana up through missouri heat advisories. excessive heat warning from kansas city to joplin. could feel 110, 113 degrees. back in montana, parts of wyoming, red flag warnings. wind advisories. temperatures in the mid 30alex: well, we had some heavy storms earlier this morning d we will l have the aitional few chances this afterernoon awell as a week stationary boundyy continues to filter ovever the region. a chance for storms later today, the best possibili i is fromom 00 this afternoon until 8:0:00 this afternoon. otherwiswarm, , sunny, andumid . degrees, hot over the next
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few days. 92 tomororrow, 94 >> all right. straight to jesse. big job today. you got pop. >> i know. i got lara sitting right beside me. the pressure is on. get back inside and help me. >> i love you. i'm here for you. >> if there's anybody i could learn from knob better than you. time now for some "pop news." "i am cait." it's trending overnight. with the premier of caitlyn jenner's new show. a ground breaking night of acceptance. >> i would isolate myself from the world on many many many occasions. because i never felt like i fit in anywhere. i feel like caitlyn fits in to society better than bruce ever did. >> and kim and kanye stopping by. the rapper commending jenner's
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strength saying she couldn't have been up against more. >> i guess kanye played a big role in keeping the family together there. >> they've all been supportive. >> you have to give her so much credit for being so revealing. she's helping so many people that are struggling. next story trending on yahoo!. comedian and actor jim gaffigan has five young children. he said most of the time i feel unqualified to be parent. i call these times being awake. he said having a family is like retiring from success. he say, have you seen a smiling baby? smiling babies should be categorized by the pharmaceutical industry as a powerful antidepressant. being happy is the definition of success. >> seeing the video of my children, babies laughing. there is nothing sweeter or better than that. you have all that to look
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forward to. >> let's focus on that and not the rest of it. >> you'll be great. he has such a way of being funny. >> can't wait to have kids. i have to catch up. finally, get fired up. because tonight is the dramatic season finale of "the bachelorette." will kaitlnyyn find true love can nick or shawn? >> my mom knows. if she doesn't approve of a guy, i can't be with him. >> i'm very surprised to see you. we saw this i don't want to use the word arrogant. but who are you? >> got to find out who wins her heart in the final rose ceremony tonight. 8:00 p.m. eastern, 7:00 p.m. central. stick around for the epic
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bachelor bachelorette reeunion. >> quite a handful. >> you're all looking at me as if i have been there before. >> you jumped ahead to wanting to have kids right now. can't wait to see our message board after that. >> i'm sure there are many volunteers. >> and that is "pop news" ladies and gentlemen. thank you. as they were saying there they are. the bachelors and bachelorette contestants all together in one room. will chris open up about what happened with witney? and who is revealing they're married? jummy: good morning.
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we want to get an update on your weather right now with meteorologist alec leggett. alex: heavy rain makers this morning. nearly one inch of rain around the ring. all of that act as he has been. we will have an additional chance this afternoon. the best chance for storms will be anywhere from 3:00 to 8:00 this evening. heavy rain could be possible. any storms that develop, just as they stormed tomorrow. 94 on wednesday, 95 on thursday, i way will be right around the owner and we will continue to be around the 90 degree mark into the weekend. angela: on the morning commute we have complications in the district, rash on the southeast southwest freeway traveling southbound blocking our lane. as we go through a live look at traffic in the, we are still jammed. that disabled vehicle continues at block left lane as you travel northbound on the third street
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tunnel. delays as the capital beltway an accident on the outer loop been colesville road in georgia avenue area blocking a lane, those delays are pretty much in place, stop and go bumper-to-bumper. arlington as you make your way into the city area. back over to you, jummy. jummy: an important step forward after the hiring harpers ferry area is this owners and insurance adjusters are headed into those buildings today for the first time since the fight -- fire. still the word on exactly what is the fire area today been ardent will discuss ways of meeting health air chop -- meeting health care challenges. warmer weather, traffic, and is, head over to open good morning
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♪ just keep your eyes on me i said you're holding back she said shut up and dance with me ♪ oh those videos are pouring in. life guards all across the country, sending in those lip dubs to "shut up and dance." >> of course. we now have our semifinalists. there they are. we're going to show you them. all of them hoping to come here live. they'll compete for $10,000. that is a nice prize. and it's for their community. >> and it's up to you at home. you get to decide which three teams will compete live later this week. vote now on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. meantime this morning, the "gma" series kick off, "summer of love." what better way to do that than to bring together some of the former "bachelor" and "bachelorette" contestants.
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it's finally here. "the bachelorette" final. we have tanlstaged are reunion. joining me, chris harrison and some of our favorite contestants. desiree and chris, chris, claire and did i, ali. and lacy. hi guys. >> angddy and ali, both of you seemingly found love on the show. it didn't work out in the long run. >> will you marry me? >> yes. >> sorry to bring up that but -- you know you are in kind of a similar situation, where kaitlyn is. she's clearly in love. she's trying to decide what? >> it's between your head and your heart. do you go with your heart with someone you love and feel the passion with or take a step back and go with the safe choice. it's up to her to decide that right now. >> i think she is really falling for both of them. >> is that possible?
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with cameras rolling. >> i don't believe you actually completely fall in love on the show. i think you fall in lust. it can be with two people. once you choose your final one, then your heart can fall in love. >> do you feel like you can find love better on "the bachelor." >> i think 100% you can find it. i don't think better or worse. >> you make one mistake and you feel like the worst person in the world. i didn't mean to do anything that would cause anybody any problem. i really didn't. >> desiree and chris, sean and kathryn, you have all been there. what is going through your head when about to make the choice? >>. >> think for me my heart was saying you're in love with this woman. will you marry me? >> yes. >> part of my mind was saying are you crazy? this is a reality tv show. this would be a ji gantic mistake. >> not so crazy.
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>> i followed my heart. >> also married for six months. congratulations. >> thank you. >> will you marry me? >> yes, a thousand times yes. >> i remember to this day walking on the beaches in antigua trying to wrap my mind arn this. is this the one i want to be with for the rest of my life? >> you and whitney have broken up. what you can tells, what happened? >> i did fall in love with her. will you accept this rose? >> yes. i love you. >> i love you, >> how soon did you start having trouble? >> that's something that i really -- if she was here with me, i would be happy to talk about that. i think that's something that's between us. and, you know we dated on a television show. we knew we were stepping into the public eye. but, as far as talking about those sort of things she's
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going by my side if we're going the discuss those things. >> what are you up to now, back on the farm? >> yeah back doing what i love. good to get back to normal. to transition out of that world. and "dancing with the stars" has been interesting. it's nice to get back to more mall. >> i normal. >> i want to talk to you, claire. bachelor in paradise. >> i love paradise. it's like fantasy camp. ou're doing it for a second time? >> i am. so much room for personal growth. experience beautiful things with beautiful people. >> you didn't find love on the bachelor. you found it on bachelor in paradise. >> marcus has decided to join our great country's military. he's in training for the coast guard. >> we have a huge announcement lara. because obviously, they got engaged and fell in love on
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bachelor of paradise. >> we decided to get married in mexico on bachelor in paradise. and bachelor nation will be able to watch our wedding on the premier of bachelor in paradise. >> that's good. next sunday night, the entire season starts with this beautiful wedding with lacy and marcus. >> moveproving true love can happen in "the bachelor" family. you can catch chris soules. he's on the great love debate. it's a live tour. tonight, the big two-hour season finale of "the bachelorette." followed by "the bachelorette," after the final rose. we'll find who kaitlyn will pick. so much more on "good morning america".com on yahoo!. how to keep some of your favorite summer clothing clean
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without the wear and tear of the washing machine. reena ninan has that. ♪ yahoo ♪ >> reporter: from that perfectly fitted tee to the trusty sneakers and the baseball cap you can't live without. how can you make your everyday summer wardrobe staples last for the long haul. hi, katie. i'm rolling up my sleeves. >> i like to see that. >> reporter: we met up with katie brown to get the scoop on tried and true maintenance tips. >> take your favorite t-shirt. see a stain, take baby sham pop work it in there. work if stain away. do it gently. put it in a tub, let it soak let it mix around. i let it sit for a good four five hours. >> that >> yeah. instead of putting it in the dryer or hanging it get yourself two towels. lay your t-shirt out. put this right over it. and you roll that end, i'll roll
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this end. once it rolled up we'll press. roll it out again. lit there until it's dry. you're good to go. >> that's it? >> that's it. get yourself a good tupperware con tainter. liquid detergent. the water. put the the wabl cap in there and get shaking. >> i love it. >> once you're done, take it out. >> see that balloon. this is going to keep the shape and just let it dry like that. it will smell great. it will be clean. all good. this is a great way to get those bad odors out of your tennis shoes. take a little bit of essential oil. mix it in with some baking soda. it absorbs the odors. with that little hint of essential oil, you're giving it some good smells. pour it straight in. give it a shake. let that sit overnight. shake that out of there. and your shoes are ready to go. >> reporter: for "good morning
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america," reena ninan, abc news new york. >> kate cityie always has great advise. my friends from iowa, it was a good 13-hour drive. >> yeah. >> how about you all in florida? probably shouldn't be driving with that flash flood watch. areas around tampa had up to and more than a foot of rain. you'll get more in the section several days. up to four inches. the severe weather threat. businessismarck bismarck the elevated risk area. alex: d.c. had heavy showers and storms early this morning. an additional hit as the statnary b boundary sits over the region. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> all that weather brought to you by target. tell me the truth. did your sisters pick on you on the ride? >> yeah sort of. the cast of disney's new
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we all love to hate disney's meanest villains. now their kids are in action in
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disney's "descendants." if you don't know these young actor, you'll fall in love with them. they're right here if timesn times square. let's welcome the cast. we have booboo stewart. dove cameron. sofia carson and cameron boyes. they all star as the teenage children of maleficent. the evil queen. now these trouble-making teens are in for a newed a vn cher. take a look. >> you four have been chose on the go to a different school. in oredon. >> what? i'm not going to some boarding school filled to the brim with prissy pink princesses. >> a perfect princess.
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>> we're so happy to have the cast here with us. good morning, everybody. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> dove i want to start with you. adds daughter of maleficent. you have powers and you take them to prep school. you have an evil plan? >> yes. we have been instructed to steal the fairy god mother's wand so our parents can reghe power stolen from them on this island that's shrouded in a magical barrier. >> your mama is played by kristin chenoweth. what is that like? >> i'm not just saying this. she's been my hero since i was, less than 7 years old? and i've sort of shaped my career after her. she's taught me a lot just by watching her as a person. getting to meet her was one of the best things that ever happened to me.
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i'm wearing a neck lass she gave me top. >> you have been able to work with award winning director kenny orrken ni kenny ortega who brought us dirty dancing. and high school musical. what did you learn from him? >> so much from kenny. he's a genius. and, he's a visionary. he knows what he wants. he sees things so well. whether it's blocking or choreography. he's incredible. it was crazy to see him come into our dance rehearsals. we had like two weeks when we were just dancing. no acting. and he would walk in and paul or choreographer would have something set up. it would be great. but then kenny would walk in and change the whole thing. but it would be -- he would do it in a matter of seconds. >> i mean look at those moves. >> booboo, you play jafar'sson,
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jay. we have this thing on set where we would run around and would bo parkour. >> he's doing it we're like parkour parkour parkour. >> and sofia, you're evie. the daughter of the evil queen. >> it's an honor to play the daughter. playing evie it was a beautiful journey. she's the evil queen. she taught her to believe that beauty was everything and she needed a prince charming to save her. in the beginning, that's all she knew. toward the end, she becomes empowered. >> i love it. what also matters. how well you all sing manyin this. >> we're superexcited to sing. >> we have a music monday mashup challenge. it's booboo and dove versus
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cameron and sofia. >> should we stand? >> yeahstand. when you hear the song you think you finish the lyric, hit the buzzer. first song let's play it. ♪ come on now go ♪ >> ♪ walk out the door just turn around now because you're not welcome anymore ♪ >> all right. okay. >> what? what? >> we can play the song back. i know you got it right. >> i'm mad now. i'm mad. >> we got another one. ♪ the phone rings ♪ ♪ in the middle of the night my father ♪ >> yes, yes, yes. >> girls just want to have fun. >> for all of you. you're all winners. we have crowns for all of you. bring in the crown. >> i work sod hard on that. "descendants" premiers friday at
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8:00 on the disney channel. thank you for joining us.
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[ cheers and applause ] superstar prince royce racked up 11 number one hits. he's just released his first ever english language album. it's called double vision. here's prince now with back it up. >> what's up baby. good morning, good morning. it's your new boyfriend. ♪ royce ♪ ♪ yo it's got that dance hall feel to it, prince royce ♪ ♪ mr. worldwide take over, that's right ♪ ♪ girl, your body is timeless, yeah, girl, your body got me like ♪ ♪ oh, my gosh, oh, my god, oh, mama ♪ ♪ and you're making me earn it, yeah, girl you're making me earn it ♪
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♪ oh, my gosh, oh, my god, oh, mama ♪ ♪ ain't nothing fake on you you so so real so real ♪ ♪ try playin' cool but can't help how i feel ♪ ♪ i love it when you drop it down ♪ ♪ baby back back back it up ♪ ♪ you turn around and make it bounce baby back back back it up ♪ ♪ oh, i wish i was stronger yeah but you're making it ♪ ♪ oh, my gosh, oh, my god oh, mama ♪ ♪ and you make me go yeah say it over and over ♪ ♪ oh, my gosh, oh, my god, oh, mama ♪ ♪ ain't nothing fake on you you so so real so real ♪ ♪ try playin' cool but can't help how i feel ♪
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♪ i love it when you drop it down baby back back back it up ♪ ♪ you turn around and make it bounce back back back back it up ♪ ♪ so back back back back it up ♪ ♪ baby back it up ♪ ♪ turn around and bringic back baby back back back it up ♪ ♪ i love it when you drop it down baby back back back it up ♪ ♪ won't you back it up baby back it up turn around bring it
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back ♪ ♪ back back back it up ♪ ♪ thank you guys so much let♪ >> let me hear you one time, "good morning america." i'm prince royce. thank you. [ cheers and applause ]
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thank you, prince. you made everyone here happy this morning. >> thank you, guys. >> the phewest member of the "gma" family. look at hamish baxter fenton. born to our senior producer seth fenton. and his wife amy. tomorrow on "gma," "the bachelorette's" kaitlyn will be here live. weal see you tomorrow. have a great monday. >> happy monday. [ cheers and applause ]
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melanie: we want to get an update on the weather right now with alex liggitt. alex: nearly one inch of rain around silver spring, activity to the east with an additional chance later this afternoon and highs near the 90 degree mark. the best chance for storms could be from 3:00 until 8:00 and
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heavy rain could be possible with storms that develop, just a stray stormed tomorrow, 94 is wednesday, 95 on thursday. he later around the corner. we will continue to be around the lower 90 degree mark into the weekend. angela: we are still looking at a problematic drive getting into the district on the south is southwest freeway and westbound locking the lane approaching south cap with heavy delays. 395, not too bad, as you had towards keep in mind that we have got the west down lanes shut down with water main break activity as you approach the area. 66 east round, delays on the gw parkway. making your way towards college park, pass new hampshire avenue, back to you.
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melanie: a virginia man is in custody after a deadly having at a church in frederick county at the and prayer mountain church. one man was killed, his wife was injured. loudoun county police are trying to find out who has been pelting homes and cars with eb guns. the incident happened from june 27 through this month on friday morning in ashburn man inside of his car, his south window have been shattered. more traffic and weather of
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>> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the new film, "mission impossible/rogue nation," jeremy renner. and star of "the descendants," dove cameron. and we kick off "live"'s picture-perfect makeover week. now, here are emmy winners kelly ripa and michael strahan. [applause] ♪

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