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good morning, america. and breaking overnight, fear factor. investors on a wild ride. the worst day for stocks in years as fears about an economic slowdown spread around the world. china hit hard again overnight. can the u.s. and all those hard-hit 401(k)s bounce back this morning? also breaking, tropical storm erika forming overnight in the atlantic taking aim at the islands. could this hit the u.s.? caught on camera wrong way. an out-of-control driver leading police on a wild chase. >> still going the wrong way, traffic's down to a standstill. >> weaving in and out of oncoming traffic. the quick thinking officer who stopped her. lost in the woods. scary night for a 10-year-old boy who wandered off to the remote mountains alone.
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i thought if i was in an open space maybe the helicopters and them could find me. >> surviving freezing temperatures usinging rocks to shelter him. good morning, america. how about that little boy malachi. cannot wait to hear his rescue story. a lot looking for a rescue on wall street after that tough day yesterday. markets in china closed a few hours ago. another massive drop there. new bottoms every single day there. >> of course, this is coming off the worst day on wall street in years. overall about $3 trillion in value wiped out from stocks globally in just three days and the average americans saw their 401(k) lose $3,000 on monday alone. so let's get right to abc's rebecca jarvis at the new york stock exchange and, rebecca, wall street, of course, hoping for a big rebound this morning. >> reporter: yes, robin, and it's looking like we might actually get one much what's
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happening right here right now those 401(k)s that have lost so much money over the last week, they are starting to look like they're going to see a big reversal if what's happening here holds. the dow pointing to a 600-point jump at the open. this morning, wall street setting up for more whiplash. after a stunning freefall monday, the dow plummeting an unprecedented 1,000 points in minutes after the opening bell. snapping back but then falling again to close down 588 points. the worst day for stocks in more than four years. >> it gives you little butterflies in your stomach even though i'm a veteran and been here a long time. we felt panic. >> reporter: what's one word to describe the feeling on the floor today? anxious. >> reporter: the sell-off hitting everything from walmart to jpmorgan to apple and starbucks whose ceo sent an e-mail to employees asking baristas to be very sensitive to customers likely experiencing an
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increase level of anxiety and concern as a result of the plunging market and uncertainty. one driver of that uncertainty fears of a domino effect from china's slowing economy. a major importer of u.s. products, if china stalls, the demand for everything from american cars to electronics to airplanes declines. a ripple effect that could eventually hit american jobs. and it's already hitting 401(k)s in just the last week. the typical 401(k) is now down about $9,000. but that same 401(k) in spite of all of this volatility is up in the last five years, 58%, robin. >> all right, so how would all this -- rebecca, how is all this going on affecting interest rates? >> this is the interesting part. for most people you may not have money in the stock market but probably want to buy a car or a house or even get a credit card and when interest rates go up, those get more expensive. what this could do, it could
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delay a federal reserve rate hike. right now we're at 0% which is the lowest we've been. it's been going on for six years. if that changes, if the time line changes those things remain a little bit less expensive for some time and one other thing less expensive, gas price, oil prices as a result of this huge market decline have also been tumbling, and that means you're paying less at the pump. we could see $2 right around the corner, robin. >> we have been seeing that, rebecca, thank you. another busy day for you and other. >> it could affect the race for president. we turn to that. new dueling between donald trump and jeb bush with bush heading to the mexican border with a different message on immigration and the fight on the democratic side could be getting more interesting as vice president biden appears to be edging closer to challenging hillary clinton. abc's jon karl tracking it all. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. the war of words between jeb bush and donald trump has grown increasingly intense and personal and now bush has gone all the way to the mexican
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border to challenge trump on immigration. jeb bush is playing follow the leader. after gop front-runner donald trump stormed the texas border last month -- >> here we go. >> reporter: -- bush headed monday to the border town of mcallen, texas but had a very different message. >> the proposal made by another candidate building a fence doesn't work. you have to have a much deeper strategy than just building a fence. >> reporter: bush took on trump's proposal to deport all undocumented immigrants currently in the u.s. before letting some of them back in. >> the simple fact is that his proposal is unrealistic, it will cost hundreds of billions of dollars, it will violate people's civil liberties. >> reporter: but donald who heads to iowa today wasn't backing down on fox news last night. >> we have illegal people, people that came in illegally, you tell me about civil liberty, we have to get them out and some of these people are causing tremendous problems. >> reporter: meanwhile, on the democratic side is joe biden
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seems to be tilting closer to his own presidential run, the white house seemed to give the vice president a boost. >> the president has indicated his view that the decision that he made to add joe biden to the ticket as his running pate was the smartest decision he heifer made in politics. >> reporter: while many democrats close to biden think he will run, i've got to tell you, george, the view from the west wing is different. i've spoken to several of president obama's top advisers on this and none of them believe that joe biden will ultimately decide to jump in the race. >> of course, this is such a personal decision only he knows right now and, jon, meanwhile, donald trump we showed those dueling with jeb bush. he also took to twitter last night with another nemesis. >> reporter: that's right, megyn kelly of fox news who he seemed to have kind of made up with. look at this last night during her show tweeting i like "the kelly file" much better without megyn kelly and then another tweet saying "megyn kelly must have had a terrible vacation. she is really off her game and,
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george, he also went about retweeting several other much nastier tweets including one calling her a bimbo. i guess one good thing for megyn kelly at least trump was watching the show. >> i guess. very different kind of presidential campaign, okay, jon karl, thanks very much. >> it really is, isn't it. the latest on the train attack thwarted from those american heroes. their hometown planning a parade to honor them as investigators in france question the shooter this morning. abc's david wright is in paris, has the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. prosecutors here in paris have just scheduled a news conference for late today beginning their case against a suspected terrorist. today french authorities are expected to file formal charges against the alleged gunman, ayoub el khazzani. the heroes who tackled him are the toast of paris straight out of their big day winning france's highest medal last night american hero anthony sadler attended the paris premiere of "straight outta compton" red carpet and all.
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a reporter asked him what it was like to win the legion of honor. >> it was a great honor to meet the french president. i never thought i would be in that position. >> reporter: last night his friends spencer stone and alek skarlatos flew off to germany for medical treatment at landstuhl medical hospital. the mayor is already planning a homecoming parade for all three local heroes in sacramento. #sacramentoproud. >> nobody thinks that when they think their brother can going off to europe for vacation they'll save some people on a train by a terrorist. >> reporter: it all could have turned out so differently. they were spatraveling on this train when they heard a gunshot and leapt into action. the gunman came out of the bathroom strapped with an ak-47. that first shot badly wounding the fourth american hero, mark moogalian, the first to intervene. his wife isabelle spoke to french radio. "my husband believed it was all
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over," he said "he thought he was going to die." >> so did plenty of other passengers. >> the moment the gunshots 0 occur and saw a man bloody fall to the floor i thought i may die today. >> reporter: moogalian is still in the hospital in stable condition. as soon as he recovers, he's expected to receive the legion of honor too. george. >> okay, looking forward to that, okay, david, thanks very much. new tropical storm erika began forming in the atlantic overnight. it is threatening the leeward islands later this week. ginger is tracking the path. >> almost to the peak of hurricane season so to see three areas of concern on the map is about right for this time of year. but our main concern is ericka now a tropical storm winds 45 miles per hour and should strengthen the next couple of days. and take a track similar to this. yes to the bahamas by the end of the weekend. again pretty far out to get too worried too soon. i'll borrow a line from rebecca jarvis, don't panic. i'll have much more coming up. >> got it.
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all right, ginger, thank you. now to nfl hall of famer cris carter apologizing for comments he made to rookie players. a video from inside meetings to help teach new players about life in the league. well, it shows carter advising them to have a fall guy if they ever get in trouble. abc's mara schiavocampo is here with this story. this really makes you scratch your head. >> a lot surprised by this. that video just roeptsly surfacing and now carter addressing those saying though his heart was in the right place he regrets his choice of words. >> i can't make an excuse for what my mind-set watt. >> reporter: overnight football hall of famer cris carter apologizing for his own advice. >> i regret my words when they came back to me. >> in case you don't not to do the right thing, if y'all got a crew, you got to have a fall guy in the crew. [ laughter ] >> reporter: this video filmed at the nfl's annual rookie symposium last year showing carter giving football's newest
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pro players some questionable legal advice. all while wearing his hall of fame jacket. >> y'all not going to do the right stuffment i have to teach you all to get around all this stuff to. if you going to have a crew one of them fools know he going to jail. we'll get him out. we'll get him out. >> reporter: the legendary wide receiver now opening up on "monday night countdown." >> i would never tell young people to break the void, avoid prosecution. it was bad advice. >> reporter: espn telling abc news we completely disagree with cris' remarks and made that extremely clear to him. those views were entirely his own and do not reflect our company's point of view in any way. the nfl describing carter's comments as unfortunate and inappropriate adding the comment was not representative of the message of the symposium or any other legal program. >> i hope that i move forward and hope i learn from it and i
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hope it makes me better. >> reporter: now, espn which is owned by disney, abc's parent company, has not suspended carter, he says he hopes the nfl will still let him stay connected to young players for now they've distanced themselves and removed that video from their site, as well. >> it's mind boggling. >> why not say don't get in trouble. that's the message gash that's pretty simple. >> he says he made the wrong choice of words and we certainly agree. >> mara, thank you. we move on to a new and disturbing use of drones to break into prison. two men have been arrested in maryland for trying to fly drugs and other contraband to inmates behind bars and abc's chief justice correspondent pierre thomas is in washington with the story. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, george. given the growing use of drones it was only a matter of time before criminals got in the game. drones are being used to reach some of the most forbidding difficult to reach places on the planet but increasingly the devices are becoming headaches for law enforcement. breaching white house airspace,
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threatening commercial aircraft and now apparently the latest way to smuggle contraband into prison. maryland authorities announcing monday that they had disrupped a plot to use this drone to smuggle drugs into this state prison. >> you can't make this stuff up. this is the first case in maryland where a drone is suspected in a contraband delivery plot. >> reporter: two men arrested saturday night after authorizes discovered the drone and contraband including pornography, a cell phone and prescription drugs in a suspicious car parked not far from the prison fence. an inmate inside, also discovered a handgun thought to be too heavy to transport. >> struggled to keep up with this type of technology. >> reporter: this following an incident in mansfield, ohio last month where a fight broke out after a drone dropped in drugs including heroin. a recent homeland security bulletin warns the drug cartels and other criminals will increasingly use drones to smuggle drugs across the border
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and into prison. the bulletin says since november 2013, worldwide there have been at least 16 brazen attempts to use drones to smuggle contraband to prisoners. it's not just legitimate companies like amazon testing drones for delivering package, the bad guys are looking at making some special deliveries too. robin. >> always afraid of that. all right, pierre, thank you. now to that wrong way driver caught on camera. a woman leading police on a wild chase on a utah highway putting other drivers in danger. abc's t.j. holmes has that story for us. >> she just passed me 21st street northbound wrong way. >> reporter: watch as police frantically try to stop this erratic wrong way driver all caught on dash cam. >> i've got traffic shut down. she's -- i don't know what she's doing. >> reporter: pursuing natalie peterson as she repeatedly drove the wrong way on this utah interstate monday afternoon. >> i don't know what she's doing, still going the wrong way but traffic's all the way down
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to a standstill. >> reporter: her car weaving in and out of oncoming traffic. >> she's all over the road. i don't know what she's -- going in and out of stopped traffic. >> reporter: one trooper soon turning to more extreme measures. >> do you want me to try and ram her into the wall? >> reporter: ramming the car not once, but twice. >> i rammed her, she's upside down. >> reporter: even with the vehicle rolled over peterson refusing to give in. >> she got out of her vehicle on foot and tried to carjack a few other cars in the area, tried to escape our troopers. they had to take her into custody. >> reporter: peterson who police believe was driving under the influence taken to the hospital for nonlife-threatening injuries sustained in the crash. >> because of some quick thinking troopers out there on the road they were able to get this vehicle stopped and no one seriously injured which is -- thank goodness. >> reporter: for "good morning america," t.j. holmes, abc news, new york. >> amazing no one seriously injured. >> now, amy has the morning's other top stories. i know you have your eye on the
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pacific northwest. >> that's right, everyone. the largest wildfires entered the record books. more than 400 square miles have now burned making it the largest fire threat in state history. firefighters from australia and new zealand have arrived. he should be on the fire lines soon. smoke from the fires has delayed flights as far away as denver. begin will have more on that coming up in just a bit. in the meantime, stunning new evidence on how a glacier is melting. take a look in green land photographed from space. scientists say in two days, it shed five square miles of ice. what's enough to cover manhattan and more dramatic melting is expected. the man called one of racing's truest gentlemen have has died. indy car driver justin wilson suffered a serious head injury when he was struck by debris on the track. he died after falling into a coma. wilson was just 37.
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an american runner jumped the gun celebrating a bit too early and cost her a bronze medal. watch the finish line at the world track and field championships. molly huddle raises her arms in victory but is passed at the vast last moment. look at that and takes fourth place instead of third. the only good news the woman who passed her was her teammate. finally everyone knows i love the walking dead and a good zombie apocalypse, but have you ever thought about a kangaroo edition? well, here it is. check out what this biker in australia stumbled on to. a field of kangaroos staring at him standing upright each giving him the stare-down. he admits he was a little terrified. eventually they lost interest and went about their business. i like to call this the walkabout "walking dead." they look like statues. >> wouldn't that freak you out. >> that is freaky. >> yeah, isn't it? >> but they're not. scary. >> it is scary. now, amy talked about this smoke out of the northwest,
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ginger. >> it's one thing to tell you there are air quality alerts. another to see it. look at this video. it's drone video out of eugene, oregon and gives you a sense of how bad the air quality is. winds shifted. the smoke is trance cent. doesn't mean it's not laying in cascades. it gives you an idea what's happening and quickly the smoke not only in the pacific northwest, where those fires are but gets blown all the way into the plains to northwest arkansas. tuesday trivia now brought to you by amazon echo. jacqui: good morning,
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washington. a beautiful day to look forward to. lots of sunshinea dry pattern here for the rest of the work we. mostly sunny skies, humidity will be lower with high temperatures in the lower 80's. 50's in the in the burbs. 53 degrees downtown. looking at t >> coming up, a look at the southwest and the dust storms but look at that from dylan in tucson. the rainbow, rain shaft and lightning caught it all at once. >> thank you. much more ahead this tuesday morning. the friends of that prep school student accused of sexual assault revealing what he told them happened with that younger girl. >> i had left under the impression that they did have sex in their time, wherever they were. >> the defendant now getting
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melanie: we want to get an update on the weather right now with jacqui jeras. jacqui: it will be a beautiful day to look forward to. sunshine and a cold front moving through last night, seasonable temperatures. expect high temperatures into the middle 80's. this will be a nice, dry weather
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pattern for the rest of the week. hour-by-hour looking for 81 by lunch. with a high around 86. overnight tonight we will be down into the 50's and 60's with try whether for the rest of the week. angela: on the tuesday morning commute we have a lot of volume out there. act in the district yesterday, back to school, extra delays towards the capital beltway. all of your travel lanes are open. it's just a very slow go into centreville and the vienna metro station. around the capital beltway traveling into silver spring, cars on the right side after new hampshire avenue. 395,sues to report on heavy volume headed towards the 14th street bridge. melanie? back to you. [no audio] and now here are some
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of the top stories we're following. seven is on your side with a crime alert. a sixth woman has been attacked in arlington and last month. she was walking with her toddler when a man inappropriately touched her. stay tuned throughout the day.
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good morning, america. right now wall street hoping to rebound from its worst day in years. the average 401(k) lost $3,000 on monday as fears about the slowing global economy spread. a father sari guide has been killed by a lion in the same park home to cecil the lion. the 40-year-old protected the group of tourists he was leading when the lion charged. no one else injured. a new study finds taking aspirin may reduce the risk of colon cancer. >> we say good morning on this tuesday morning. a lot to get to including an abc news exclusive. "empire" star terrence howard plays a ruthless tough guy on tv as you know but the court finding him a victim of bullying. a judge ruling in his favor in a heated divorce battle. the actor's attorney speaking out about it just ahead. >> a lot of emotional testimony there. also in our next story that prep
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school trial. former student at st. paul's school charged with raping a younger female classmate. many of his friends on the stand monday didn't do him any favors. abc's gio benitez is covering the trial in concord, new hampshire. good morning, gio. >> reporter: yeah, george, good morning to you. some of his friends say there was a competition over who could get the most girls. now as this trial nears its end, the defense says it may only call on one witness, the student himself. this week, 19-year-old owen labrie may be the only witness testifying in his own defense. this as he stands accused of raping a 15-year-old girl last year. he maintains he never had sex with her. but some of his own friends taking the stand monday saying he told them he did. >> i had left under the impression that they did have sex in their time, wherever they were. >> and did he tell you not to tell anyone? >> i believe so, yes. >> reporter: student after student from new hampshire's famed st. paul's school
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testifying monday about the so-called scene yore salute at that boarding school. describing a ritual where graduating seniors spend time with younger schoolmates intimately. >> they would get together and they could, you know, spend some time together that could involve, you know, kissing or more than that sexually but not necessarily. >> reporter: prosecutors now alleging labrie created a list of girls he wanted to target for that senior salute. labrie's defense team trying to establish reasonable doubt. >> in your experience as a high school student, maybe someone would say something happened when it really didn't. >> it's possible. >> reporter: also testifying monday the lead detective who went back to the scene of the alleged rape with the girl last year. >> she started crying. she was unable to talk to me or answer any questions beyond pointing out the area that owen had put a blanket down in and she crumpled into her mom's
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arms. >> reporter: so labrie's attorney telling us that he believes he's made his point so labrie himself could take the stand as early as today. he has pleaded not guilty, george. >> okay, gio, let's talk to dan abrams about this. i can only imagine what it must have felt like for labrie watching his friends tell these stories but how much legal damage did they do? >> the whole business about the senior salute is not that significant. meaning it makes him look like a bad guy but he's admitted to that basically. he's admitting that he had been a part of that whole seen your salute community. the problem for him is the friend or friends who were saying that he said that they actually had sex. because, remember, so far part of the defense is we didn't have sex. i never had sex with her at all. it's not that it was consensual, he's saying it was, but the actual act wasn't sex and so by his friends coming forward and saying he said that we did have sex, that's a tough moment.
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>> even if they didn't want to turn on him they had to face the prospect if they didn't say what happened perjury. >> it's interesting because a lot of them showed up with an army of lawyers talking about rich kids whose parents are probably saying to them, tell the truth. just don't get sucked into this whole thing. they send him in there with an army of lawyer -- witnesses in there with an army of lawyer to protect their rights in some way, shape or form but the bottom line is this is what happens when you're dealing with this kind of community of wealthy kids where their parents are, i'm sure, completely freaked out and sending in every friend they know who's a lawyer to advise on exactly what they should and shouldn't say. >> so labrie may be the only defense witness. what does he have to do. >> he has to not mess up. i mean it's really important "a," he is still respectful to the alleged victim. he has to be not too aggressive in describing her. he has to be very clear in his memory of what he says happened
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and didn't happen. i think we know pretty much exactly what he's going to say. he's going to have to explain away though some of the more difficult facts like did they or didn't they have sex. >> this may be problematic but would it help him to apologize in any way. >> sure, but it has to be a limited apology. i'm sorely for the way she feels. i'm sorry for certain things but it can't be for the actual ultimate act itself. >> got it, dan abrams, thanks very much. now to actor terrence howard's legal battle with his ex-wife. a judge in california ruling in the "empire" star's favor throwing out the couple's divorce settlement saying he was blackmailed into signing it. abc's kayna whitworth has that story. >> are you going to leave on your own or do i have to escort you. >> reporter: this morning terrence howard's "empire" of earnings off the table in this heated divorce battle with ex-wife michele gent. monday a california judge siding with him overturning a divorce settlement his lawyer says he
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signed under duress. did she force him into sign the document. >> today's rule something an absolute resounding yes and very methodically spelled out reasoning that there was -- >> reporter: they consider it precedent setting. during the trial howard took the stand tearfully describing ghent's repeated threats and playing a recorded phone call from 2011 in which she was heard threatening to sell the info. howard's accountant testifying he wired ghent money by day's end. >> it plainly showed there was a $40,000 transfer part of the evidence in the case. and there was testimony about the fact that that was hush money. >> reporter: ghent denies it and in a statement to abc news her lawyer saying the two had a binding agreement and for the last three years howard intentionally avoided spousal support obligations. she also alleged years of physical and emotional abuse at the hands of her ex and howard's
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claims of self-defense deemed not credible by judge louis who says terrence is a bully but that doesn't mean he can't be bullied. powerful words for her to mull over while she considers challenging the ruling. kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> we're going to move on to ginger who has a video of a big dust storm in arizona. >> next 24 hours they're on alert because the storms are on. you can see that storm moving across the feel there in stanfield, arizona, so between tucson and phoenix taking oveve the camera. always impressive and can drop visible so can be dangerous. now to hawaii where flash flooding, yes, they had record rains in some cities. more than 4 inches rain falling flooding the basements. you can hear they're very into it. a quick look at the flooding what it looks
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personal information for more than 30 million people exposed and now many of them are being targeted in new ways as the company of the cheating website is offering big money to help find the hackers. abc's linsey davis is here with more. good morning to you, linsey. >> reporter: good morning. investigators say this massive hack was the consequence of ashley madison not complying with the hackers' demands to close the cheating website down. as a result, police now describe a domino effect saying the hack has resulted in hate crime, cyberscams, even suicides. this morning, victims of the ashley madison cheating website hack say first they were exposed and now they're being extorted. >> the social impact behind this leak, we're talking about family, we're talking about their children. we're talking about their lives. we're talking about their male partners relationship the fall much out from the massive data dump seemingly turning deadly. >> we have two un conficonfirme reports of suicides associated because of the leak of ashley madison's customers' profiles.
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>> reporter: police now warning against online scams, sites claiming to offer access to the leaked database only to infiltrate and infect your computer with malware other websites saying they'll erase profile force a fee. >> confirmed cases of criminals attempting to extort independent's customers by threatening to expose they're on a list unless payment is received. >> reporter: investigators announcing an all-out cybermanhunt for the hackers who call themselves the impact team responsible for one of the largest data breaches ever. leaking more than 30 million users' names, addresses and credit card information linked to the website known for facilitating extramarital affairs. >> life is short. have an affair. >> reporter: among those exposed reality tv star josh duggar, elected officials and military personnel. >> there's always a bread crumbs a trail left behind. how much data has been
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compromised looks like an inside job. >> reporter: the company giving $380,000 for information involving an arrest. in the very best interest of our customers who have beenaffected we are firmly committed to fully assisting these law enforcement and investigative authorities without reserve." there is also an ashley madison account under the vice president son's name but hunter biden says it is not his. he has released a statement to abc news saying in part this account was clearly set up by someone else without my knowledge. lara. >> all right, thank you. coming up, safe and sound this morning. how that 10-year-old boy survived lost in the woods using the tips his dad taught him. ♪ safe and sound crisp garden vegetables... fresh local milk, real cream... and no artificial flavors. now you know why nothing else tastes like philadelphia® garden vegetable.
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tripping, getting a few cuts. >> reporter: the boy just 10 years old using survival smarts he learned from his dad as temperatures dropped into the 30s, he used large rocks for shelter wrapping a t-shirt around his legs and staying huddled inside his jacket to stay warm. that same jacket he used to filter water to drink while a team of 100 search and rescuers combed the mountains for any sign. >> i thought if i was in an open space maybe the helicopters and them could find me so i sat there most of the day. >> reporter: and find him, they did. arriving on a rescue chopper bringing his 28-hour ordeal to an end. >> he has been through a hard time but his spirits are up. that's good and he's going to be okay. that's super exciting. oh, so exciting. such a relief. >> reporter: for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver.
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melanie: we want to get an update on the weather right now with jacqui jeras. jacqui: grab the sunglasses before you head out the door this morning. sunshine across the region. your forecast throughout the day, temperatures in the 70's. by the lunch hour sunshine at 81 degrees in at 5:00 this afternoon, 86 degrees. put on the sunscreen, 80 degree temperatures for the rest of the work week. no rain until late on sunday. plenty of-- angela: congestion out there around the capital beltway. crash cleanup folks traveling to
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north bethesda. a live look east of the 270 spur. towardsill occur soon connecticut avenue. in the meantime if you are making her trip more -- northbound on duke street through landmark and arlington, for folks traveling around the beltway to alexandria we are not seeing any major backup sluggish as you approach the woodrow wilson bridge. back over to you, melanie. melanie: metro is calling one neighborhood so dangerous that it is detouring us around it at night. that means that some people that live there will have to walk nearly half of a mile to the next bus stop. normal service is expected to resume next week. people in ward eight are fighting back against the violence devastating their community. followed by a candlelight vigil. southeast, 14 hundred
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on "gma." ♪ i've never been in love before ♪ >> good morning, america. ♪ >> and ben h. handing out roses there in times square. the new bachelor getting excited with this. >> he seems like a nice guy. >> do you think we can drop the "h"? >> maybe, maybe. >> so we're going to have some fun but provide you with some information because there are new questions about egg donation and what harvesting your eggs can mean for your health. one woman speaking out about what happened to her body after being a donor and dr. jen ashton will be here with more on that. >> getting a lot of questions on that. the morning rundown and amy. >> good morning, guys. the big story this morning, signs that stocks are rebounding on wall street this morning. the dow is set to surge hundreds of points higher this morning, just one day after suffering the worst loss in four years.
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investors taking advantage of lower stock prices. also china cut interest rates overnight hoping to boost its slowing economy. meanwhile, the plummeting price of oil is turing into big savings at the stephanopoulos pump. they have dropped prices in 12 states below $2 per gallon. well, a new poll shows donald trump's support among latino plummeting as he faces new criticism from jeb bush on immigration. bush calls trump's plan to build a wall along the mexican border unrealistic and costly. meanwhile, overnight trump launched a new attack against megyn kelly, fox news anchor reposting a tweet that said, the bimbo is back in town referring to kelly's return from vacation. meanwhile, new questions about whether vice president joe biden will run for president. some democrats close to biden believe he is preparing to run but at the white house top advisers are not so sure telling abc news they do not believe he will run. and now to some frantic moments caught on the highway as a pregnant woman about to give
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birth gets stuck in a traffic jam. the only person more nervous than her husband, abc's reena ninan has the 911 calls. >> do you have a cop coming. >> reporter: the 911 call just released from a panicked father. >> i need help. >> reporter: trevor abudd calling for help as his wife gives birth to their baby girl while stuck in traffic. >> it went from this is it to i'm going to have to deliver this baby. >> reporter: trevor and rosemary abbud enjoying a day at the jersey shore with their 17-month-old son when rose's water broke unexpectedly. >> i went into labor a week early. i was actually due the 29th. >> reporter: the family trying to drive to the hospital. but trapped in a traffic jam in sea bright, new jersey. >> i blasted the horn to get people's attention. >> i'm having a baby. >> reporter: luckily a woman in the car ahead of the abbuds a trauma nurse trained for this type of emergency. >> her head and shoulder were already out by the time we got there. >> reporter: rose giving birth to a heavy 7 pound 13 ounce girl
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in the front seat of her car. bella rose and mom doing just fine. >> i would prefer to be in the hospital. >> reporter: for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> happy for the lucky parents. well, this story will outrage many of our viewers. a college fraternity in virginia has been suspended for the banners it displayed to welcome parents and students to campus. the banners hanging from an off campus house at old dominion university included sexually suggestive messages such as hope your baby girl is ready for a good time and you see there, freshman daughter drop-off. with an arrow. the fraternity and the university are investigating and we'll keep you updated. finally it's hard enough solving one rubik's cube but imagine solving many of them while doing this. >> okay. well, he's about to get on that unicycle, i promise. 14-year-old stuart of michigan, there, thank you. just set the world record for solving 80 rubik's cubes in
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see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance. welcome back, everyone. time now for the "heat index" and this morning's hot button, a new form of online harassment targeting women. a group stealing their images online, photoshopping the pictures to make them look thinner. abc's jesse palmer is here. okay, jesse, good morning. >> robin, this cruel campaign is taking aim at completely
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unsuspecting women. but one woman who found herself a victim had a very surprising and positive response. it's fat shaming at its worth. pictures of women, photoshopped to look thinner. the group behind the so-called hate project, projects harpoon stealing images online, editing them and them reposting them on social media with captions like, wow, from a depressed chub to an elegant fox and from blocking the view to enhancing it. the targets are plus sized everyday women and models even actresses like melissa mccarthy, rebel wilson and singer meghan trainor have also felt the wrath. >> we are sending the wrong message to young women out there that if you're not a 2 or a 4, that you deserve to get photoshopped in a picture and that is not the message we should be sending to young women today. >> reporter: the leader behind the campaign says it supports the movement of being in shape and not feeding into obesity telling "people" magazine, our
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intention is not to harm oppress or trigger anyone. we get dozens of messages a day talking how photos have inspired them to go to the gym and maintain a better lifestyle but plus style model ruby rox was not inspired. >> when i saw it i kind of laughed just because the photoshopped is poorly done for one thing but it's also just completely unnatural. not everybody is meant to be a size 0 or a size 2. >> reporter: roxx was so angry she published a blog post and ended up thanking them. >> i didn't want the blog to be ranting and just angry. i don't want to put energy negative out in the world. thank you for giving me the strength to overcome this. thank you for giving me the power to be able to fight you and to fight the bullies. they've tried to take the power away from me but i've just felt like i have all the power now. >> the campaign using facebook and instagram accounts to share their images has since been shut
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down, guys and facebook telling abc news pages like this have no place on our platform. we do not tolerate bullying or harassment and we will continue to remove this content as quickly as possible when it is reported to us. >> the right thing to do. >> people have too much time on their hands. >> yeah. >> absolutely. absolutely. all right now we'll get to our series, baby boom. and this morning we'll take a look at egg harvesting. over the past 37 years in vitro fertilization and egg donation have resulted in over 5 million healthy children but one egg donor's recent post on buzzfeed is drawing a lot of attention to the possible downsides to donation. juju chang has the story. >> reporter: when writer katie o'reilly was 25 and desperate for some fast cash she volunteered to be an egg donor. >> i was very broke, but i did feel good about helping someone, you know, create or complete a family. >> reporter: her story going viral on buzzfeed headlined i wish i hadn't donated my eggs. o'reilly writes about being
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flattered by the positive attention by the donor agency and being unprepared for the possible side effects. >> i feel like the warnings were very downplayed. >> reporter: according 0 o'reilly those side effects from injecting herself with high dosage fertility drugs multiple times a day for weeks included a painfully bloated on den, fainting spells and swollen ovaries and afterwards more lasting health problems. >> i had had such painful periods and i had endometrial scar tissue all over my fallopian tubes and endometriosis has gotten worth since. >> reporter: while it can impact fertility there's no evidence egg donation causes it and no scientific link between egg donation and long-term fertility problems. >> in risking your future fertility how realistic or is it that it's a risk. >> no evidence it's a risk but there's no guaranteed proof that there isn't. >> reporter: while research does not support negative long-term
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effects, it's not foolproof. >> one experience does not make a fact. large studies need to be done. there's been lots of safety studies done and there are risks to assisted reproduction but are men pal. >> reporter: o'reilly still worries about her fertile down the road even though she admits there's no evidence it's related to her egg donation. >> it's too coincidental i just started experiencing all these issues after punching myself with maximum dosages of fertility drugs. whenever i ask my doctors if it could be related they just say, you know what, there's no use in even wondering that because we don't know. there have been no conclusive studies. >> reporter: for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news, new york. >> joining me now is dr. jen ashton and when we're talking about harvesting egg, whether for donation or ivf there are medical risks involved. >> right, we're still learning more about the long-term risks. when we talk about short-term one of the risks we worry about is ovarian hyper stimulation
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syndrome and what that is if you think of had as our goal we stimulate the ovary we want to produce a lot of follicles to make a lot of eggs. ohs is that process gone haywire and you can see it on sonogram. this picture is a normal ovary. you can see it's a slightly darker gray. there are darker spots developing follicles. this is an ovary in what we would see in a reproductive age woman, an egg getting ready to be released. this is ohss. we see a massively enlarged ovary, a lot of follicles. this is an untoward side effect of owe egg donation. >> absolutely and also some emotional risks involved. >> absolutely. any woman who's gone through egg donation will tell you this is a big deal. this is not like getting your nails done so when you talk about the emotional risks we can't pick that up on sonogram but you can see things like mood swings or anxiety, stress, fear, guilt, remorse.
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these can happen when you're going through the process, weeks, months or even years later. >> so those are -- that's the emotional impact but there are also real symptoms to this ohss. >> correct and that from the stimulation process but can also be seen in a woman just donating her eggs and that would be abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath and can affect kidney function and clotting function. >> a lot to think about here so you want women to know there are alternatives. you can become a parent. >> totally. multiple pathways to parenthood so live in an age where there's a lot of technology available. you can go through anything from sperm donation, uterine transplants going on in europe. we'll be hearing about them in this country and adoption, foster parenting. you and i say it all the tieme biology is probably the least of all that considers a parent. >> jen will be taking questions on twitter throughout the
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morning. tweet her @drjashton. thank you very much. really important information. we switch gears and that big news for "the bachelor" fans. ben announced as the new bachelor live here from flying all night and rachel smith has this from his quest for love. >> ben, sorry. >> kaitlyn bristow might not have chosen him but bachelor nation sure did. >> like walking by a construction site in reverse. >> people have been very nice. >> hello. >> how are you doing? >> reporter: the 26-year-old software salesman from denver, colorado, immediately swept kaitlyn off her feet and made her laugh. >> are you a virgin? >> no. >> earning a reputation as a drama-free gentleman even handling rejection with poise. >> you look great tonight, by the way. i'll miss you. >> i'll miss you too. >> he had the classiest exit and was just a good guy at the end. as it stands right now he's
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probably the nicest bachelor ever to have held the title. >> reporter: his fears of never finding love -- >> i fear that i am unlovable. >> reporter: -- hopefully a thing of the past now that it's his turn to hand out the roses. >> everything leading up to this has just been incredible and i'm ready to get this started. >> even comedian amy schumer is rooting for him. >> i'm so excited for you to find love and send some my way. >> for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, los angeles. >> and ben higgins joins us now. welcome to "gma." great to have you here. you get the call. any hesitation? >> you know, i think just to be fair to myself like i want to take a couple of days to process it through make sure i thought of all the different, you know, pros and cons. but when you really think about it, it's a really good opportunity and i think opportunities like this don't happen to people like me. like, yes, last night when i was flying here was my first time in like a first class lounge. i had no idea those things
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existed. so, you know, i just -- i really want to take the opportunity to do this. you can't pass up on this. >> you learned a lot watching kaitlyn and so how's the process going to be different for you? >> you know, i think kaitlyn handled herself really well in a really hard situation. you know, she mentioned at one point that nobody can date 25 people well without making a mistake. i think you have to go into it -- exactly i haven't dated one well ever but i think you have to just try to be true to yourself, fair to the people involved. i think kaitlyn did that to the best of her ability. i'm hoping to, you know, i think kaitlyn and i have different personals and different things we look forward obviously. obviously she's with one of my best friends now but, you know, i think i did learn a lot from kaitlyn. >> what are you most nervous about. >> probably dating 25 people. i don't think there's any training for that. i've never -- well, first off i
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never thought i'd be in that situation so you don't think about it until, you know, it's announced last night and now i'm processing how to do this. i'm nervous to kind of meet the women that are taking time out of their lives to come hang out with me. >> you knew who took time out of her life. comedian amy schumer. we heard her give advice to you. she's single from what i gather, yes. any chance she could be a bachelorette. >> i would love for her to come on the season. she'd make everything extremely interesting. she was -- she's hilarious. she's been great to the show and if she wanted to come out i would not be against it. >> do you like funny girls. >> oh, my gosh, yes and i think she's really funny. >> to amy over here "matchmaker ♪ >> what quality are you looking for, ben? >> i think in a relationship i'm looking for communication and compassion. i think when two people are joining lives together there has to be a ton of just communication amongst two people. you know, i promise to always love that person but not, you
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know -- there's going to be times where you're arguing or you don't agree on things. and i think just being able to live life together is what i'm looking forward to. >> such a feist guy. >> yeah. >> i know, he's from indiana. >> i know. >> midwestern boy, nice to meet you. >> everybody is here -- thank you, ben. season 20 of "the bachelor" starts in january. now outside to ginger. >> oh, george and last night my husband tricked me and he said it was going to be juan pablo again. i went to sleep thinking that so happy to see you, ben. good morning. look at what lauren did. she drew everybody. this is so nice. thank you for doing that and here we've got a look at some of the forecast for the southeast. haven't talked about florida in a while and a beautiful picture taken by our samantha, meteorologist that works right here, iridescent cloud and storms on in the southeast along that front, hot and humid in jacqui: good morning,
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washington. a beautiful day to look forward to. lots of sunshine, a dry pattern here for the rest of the work we. mostlyunny ski, humidity will be lower with high mperatures in the lower r 80's. 50'sn thees in the suburbs. 53 degrees downtown. looking at tomorrow, mostly okay, lara, everybody out here just can't wait for "pop." so let's do it. >> thank you, ginger. all right. hope i live up to it. we begin "pop news" with george and amal clooney. boy, do these two know how to live. the hollywood husband and wife are with best friends cindy crawford and rande gerber. quote/unquote working, guys, in ibiza. do you say ibiza. >> i don't -- >> it's produced ibiza.
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>> it is, right? >> george, that's right. >> of course, jesse. >> barcelona. >> so they're there working, i say, in quotes. launching a tequila. they do know how to mix business with pleasure. george pulling off his best photobombing skills. >> look at that. >> well done. not a rookie. then they hit the dance floor, he, of course, with the belle of the ball, amal. just little cute pictures of those guys. and then, robin, if we needed more proof that dorothy was one savvy investor, listen to this. the late great bearthur bought this estate for half a million dollars and lived there till her death in 2009. the house just sold for $15 million. designed by famed architect, it has five bedrooms art studio, gym, swimming pool and even a spa that would have made momma
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sofia very happy. ♪ thank you for being a friend >> proof in "pop news" that you can teach an old dog new tricks by sit, fetch when you could teach your pup this. ♪ >> in "pop news." it's johann sebastian bach. >> i'm on to you, lara. i'm on to you now. >> famous dog named -- >> yes, yes. >> he's got the tempo. >> i like how he's looking at the sheet music. >> heing looks so proud of himself at the end. >> and that is today's "pop news." i hope everybody outside feels -- >> you definitely did it. we have a lot ahead. a lot struggling with work-life
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approach. how you can beat mommy guilt. and how to get the latest fashions for your kids' budget. what new breaks are out there to help women have one of these? so many women have so many questions about getting pregnant and having a healthy delivery and that's why tomorrow the doctor is in. and your questions are answered. it's a baby boom this week on abc's "good morning america."
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melanie: good morning. we want an update on the weather right now with jacqui jeras. jacqui: a beautiful day to look forward to. lots of sunshine. a cold front last night comes in to bring us plenty of sun and seasonable temperatures. expect high temperatures today into the middle 80's. this will be a nice, dry weather pattern for the west of the week. 81 by lunch. 85 degrees by 2:00. overnight we will be down into the 50's with dry weather for the rest of the week. a slow go for most everyone on their commute out there. interstate 270, southbound delays frogermantown will take you 30 minute from father hurley boulevard connected to the 230 spur.
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meantime, getting to the beltway on the crash cleanup in north onhesda, tractor-trailer connecticut avenue. aching the drive on x, a live look at the eastbound delays as you head into liana and inside the belt a through west falls church. melanie? an urgent warning for women in arlington. another woman has been attacked. this is the sixth such attack in the last month. in the most recent incident a mother was walking with her father and a man inappropriately grope to the woman. she screamed. he ran away. do not know if they are dealing with a serial attacker or multiple attackers. get more updates on "good morning washington." have a great day.
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♪ welcome back to "gma." out here in times square. we have a lot ahead in this half hour. everybody is excited about this, as well. parents and kids are scrambling to get ready for school right now, of course. >> a question on their mind, what should they wear? we have great teen approved options and they're all on a budget, just ahead, but can we get this shot of this little boy. look. look at that. [ cheers and applause ] >> right now, though, something most working moms can definitely relate to. mommy guilt balancing family and career. it's as hard as ever. more young women in fact are now planning on putting their jobs aside to raise their kids. while others do say you can have it all. linzie janis explains.
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>> reporter: they call it mommy guilt. >> i just feel like such a failure. >> reporter: take a look online and you'll find endless moms confessing the same nagging sense of inadequacy. >> i feel guilty because i couldn't be the classroom mom. >> reporter: moms like alcee o'kelly who had full time jobs. >> i got to work. i do feel that guilt especially when i'm trying to get away from my children to get some work done where i feel like, gosh, i wish i could just focus on my kids. >> reporter: and a growing number of professional women may be doing just that. in may, the harvard business school released a survey that showed 37% of economy len yell women plan to leave work for family compared with 28% of gen x women and 17% of baby boomers. so what happened to the dream of having it all? >> women with big jobs have much more balanced lives than people often think they do.
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>> reporter: lauren vander camp, the author of "i know how she does it" says it's alive and kicking. >> i wanted to show with the book there are many juging work and live just fine. >> reporter: for allison there's no line dividing work and family time so laura suggests setting clear boundaries by employing a split shift. >> if the kids know they have your full attention during certain times then sometimes that gives them an okay to to have less attention at other times. >> reporter: she also suggests getting creative in scheduling quality time. >> maybe you can't do family dinner some night but you manage to have family breakfast. >> reporter: and finally, set aside some me time to stay centered and calm. do you feel better having spoken to laura? >> i feel optimistic. i feel like i have some tools that i might be able to try to use to make things better. >> i love you. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york.
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>> it really is a balance. >> think about it every morning because he kicks me when the show starts and i think, oh, my god, how am i going to do this. >> so it beginsment more of linzie's report on taliban inland. inside to robin and george. >> all right. i was so excited about this. a friend tipped me off tho to this. a different kind of vending machine, one that doesn't dispense food but gives kids in need something else to devour, books. david wright has more on the program encouraging reading just by the press of a button. >> there was a door -- >> reporter: 7-year-old iona george loves to read. looks like you just started that one. >> i'm on chapter five. >> reporter: chapter five. but in her neighborhood in southeast washington, d.c., finding books is not so easy. eye recent study find here there's just one age appropriate for sale for every 830 kids.
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nevertheless, iona has managed to amass quite a collection. where did you get this. >> from the vending machine. >> reporter: books literally falling into the hands of children. >> read it. >> you want to read it. >> reporter: part of jetblue's soar with reading initiative. like getting a candy bar. >> yes. >> reporter: but instead getting a book. how do you pay for it. >> you don't pay for it. >> reporter: it's free. >> yes. >> reporter: the book vending machines arrived here in july. three machines at three different locations in anacostia. washington redskins quarterback robert griffin iii there to help see the community into this new chapter. >> nice pictures. >> reporter: so why is the vending machine any better than the library. >> because with the library you have to bring it back. >> reporter: here you get to keep the book. >> yes. >> reporter: literacy experts say owning the books can inspire
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children to read more. >> gives her a chance to start having her own collection of books. >> reporter: she's got quite a library going. >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: at this local church -- >> reading books that are in the vending machine so now they can take that book home and they can keep reading it over and over again. it's just wonderful. >> reporter: while the vending machines are temporary, jetblue hopes their experiment will inspire local businesses to start selling more kids' books. >> i know we're making an impact here in the community. >> reporter: a neighborhood turning the page inspiring a new generation of urban scholars. for "good morning america," david wright, abc news, washington. >> he did a great job of bringing that to light and the program has given out 16,000 books in that community with the commitment to give out 84,000 more. the books ship every two weeks. jetblue is now in the process much picking the next community for its vending machine. >> i hope it sparks others to do
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the same thing. >> seems like such a no-brainer and when you see little girls like that who they have this book and we've all been exposed to reading at a little age but you can't take it for granted. >> it does make a difference to have your own book. >> it really does so again our many thanks. outside to ginger. >> let's start with our social snapshot because this is a time where we get to show you your outstanding pictures that you share with us. we start with a really beautiful night sky so let's look at that one first. you guys bring that up. tony took that in lake tahoe, california. so pretty to be able to see everything there and then out of hawaii, i thought, why not just give a little touch of hawaii. don't get to see it that often, the lightning, the clouds, perfect from cj. send me your photos
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>> good morning, washington. a beautiful tuesday to looook forward to. be lowered >> and all that weather brought to you by target. robin. >> okay, ginger, next here on "gma," back to school on a budget. great fashion finds. for your kids. ♪ a, b,
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♪ a, b, c time now for our "operation back to school" series. on a mission to get american students back to school in style and we put three fashion-loving students to the test challenging them to create a new outfit for day one giving them each $75 to buy some standout items and before we see what they put together let's meet them. before the first homeroom bell rings, these three fashion savvy teens are gearing up for the ultimate back-to-school contest, no pencils required for this one. the challenge, buy a complete look at macy's and h&m for $75 or less based on what they think are this year's hottest trends. our students, 16-year-old alyssa gottlieb, a high school junior who studied fashion forecasting at the fashion institute of technology free college program. >> i kind of mix like the urban and the bohemian styles. >> reporter: 16-year-old jaheem clarke a junior in the parsons
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scholars program at the new school. >> the things i was scouting out for was more like a jogger but slim fit jeans. >> reporter: and 16-year-old olivia priolo, a rising junior studying merchandising at the fashion institute of technology. >> i guess what i'm looking for toy is a bunch of chestnut colored suede. >> three teens with an eye for style. >> take everything in. >> grab this top. >> my size. >> reporter: but only one will ace this trend test. i'm joined by celebrity stylist june ambrose and we're about to reveal the finals. what are the top three must haves? >> i say have fun. i say varsity jacket which is unisex, a pair of jeans and track sneakers. the track sneaker becomes kind of like the second foot. it feels like you can wear it with anything and everything. >> i like that. so let's kick off our fashion show with our first student olivia.
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all right. olivia is 16 and loves experimenting with different styles so no surprise her fashion icon is die an von furstenberg. >> i love she did a bold sweater and has embellishments getting a lot for her buck and the black jean is like the leather jean is going to give you -- you'll be able to do so much with that so she was smart with her dollar and the bag was punctuation, key. i love she put it with texture and color. color is a good call >> looks really good. i love the booties too. >> in for the season. >> thank you, olivia. let's bring out jaheem, a 16-year-old on a mission. already had his own clothing brand and says he's inspired by ralph lauren. june, what do you think? >> preppy is in. played with print and i think he got a lot going on with print. a lot about your personality. doesn't mind playing with print. i love he invested in his jean because he's going to wear those all the time. both dressy and sporty and love he did a boot with it too. says he's about his business and serious. >> also shows he's fun.
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i like those white sunglasses, jaheem. those are nice. thank you. now we have alyssa. she is 16 years old and loves typing out ways to create a chic look without breaking the bank. i like that, alyssa. june, what do you think about what she put together. >> the chic shirt. a white shirt is a must have. what's great about this, she can wear it with a blazer over and wear it as a dress if she puts a little short mini skirt and pop a color. a burgundy shoe which i love. >> yes. >> i love that she decided to punt situation and matched her bag with her sneaker and played with texture, the most important thing she had fun with this look and that she took it out of context. >> the turquoise is great with it all too. >> bow home yen chic. >> i like that. bow show chic. let's bring out all of our contestants or student, whatever we want to call them and have you guys each give your final pitch about your outfit to june and june will tell us who she thinks won the competition. i'll tart with you, olivia.
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>> i was going for a look edgy and chic so i felt these pants are very versatile and this sweater was very powerful and fun and trendy at the same time. >> jaheem. >> i like my style to be casual, preppy and easy to wear just like my personality. >> now alyssa. >> i like my outfit because i like to be functional and comfortable and i think that i picked out some really versatile items that are also fun and trendy. >> all right, so olivia, jaheem, alyssa, june, you heard them all and seen it all, what do you think. can we get a drum roll. >> you all look amazing. i have to say when i hear powerful that wins and olivia, powerful colors is what i'm going for. >> thank you. >> congratulations, olivia. yes, we have an actual trophy for you there. >> again, we want to remind our viewers these kids pulled it off for $75 which is all remarkable and you are all winners because we will give you all the
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clothing that you chose. you get to all go back to school with a little bit of a head start for day one. congratulations to everybody. thank you all for being a part of it and thank you, june. head to our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! for some more back-to-school fashion tips and next on "gma," we are not done. country star kip moore is here performing live. ♪ speed don't need no sleep tonight everybody is bopping to the beat just right worry about tomorrow when tomorrow comes tonight we're just worrying about having fun ♪ ♪ because we're the wild ones "gma's" "operation back to school bret brought to you by visionworks. find mor
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what's happened to snacking? how did it become absent-mindedly
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eating one after the next, after the next? so predictable and so unsatisfying? what about pulling up a chair, a stool, a beanbag, and actually tasting our food. we are a creamy cheese that still believes in the beauty of a knife, in the elegant swipe of a . . . swipe. of course, that doesn't mean you can't dunk us or scoop us up. enjoy every single, sol-i-tar-y bite. country star kip moore's fan, i'm one of them, have a lot to be excited about. his highly anticipated album "wild ones" just thought on tour and we'll hear the first single
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off that album in just a moment. let's just talk a little bit. how are you doing? good to see you again. >> always good to see you. >> right back at you. tell us about "wild ones," the music. >> oh, man, it's an album that's was written from a very desperate state of mind that i've been in over the last two years and you feel the desperation in the record. it's a gritty -- it's a very gritty record. you feel the mistakes in the vocals like i didn't want to make it polished. it's a very intense desperate record is what it sounds like. >> as always keeping it real. >> i do, robin. i do do that always. >> very excited about this, what you're calling a passion project. comeback kid, skate park project. tell people about that. >> it's just something i've had for a long time a vision of building really nice skateparks in the inner cities of america with kids that might not have a lot of hope and don't have a safe place to go to and, you know, we're trying to make it a nationwide thing. we've got several cities now and
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i'm just trying to give these kids some kind of hope. somewhere they can go to that's safe place for refuge and maybe they get turned on to a new sport and it changes their whole outlook on life. that's the whole purpose. >> i know. i know. that's the purpose and you are doing it and you're on tour with dierks bentley and in october kicking off your "wild ones" tour. we'll give everybody a little sneak peek "i'm to blame." are you? >> i am. always. >> here's kip. ♪ ♪ if it ain't broke you can bet that i'm gonna break it if there's a wrong road i'm damn sure gonna take it ♪ ♪ where there's smoke my pocket lighter sparked the fire ♪ ♪ where there's blue lights just read me my rights ♪ ♪ no they don't make guys like me you get exactly what you see ♪ ♪ i come from a long line of
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bloodline that ain't gonna change ♪ ♪ so take your pistol pointing finger right off of the trigger i know where to aim ♪ ♪ hell i'm to blame ♪ where there's a love i tell ya girl i love to hate it ♪ ♪ where there's a do not touch my fingerprint done stained it ♪ ♪ where there's a train wreck sit on back and watch me crash where there's a what you say damn right i said it ♪ ♪ no they don't make guys like me you get exactly what you see ♪ ♪ i come from a long line of bloodline that ain't gonna change ♪ ♪ so take your pistol pointing finger right off of the trigger ♪ ♪ i know where to aim hell i'm to blame ♪ ♪ for breaking your heart taking this living a little too hard ♪ ♪ drinking too much and playing
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too loud where there's a scar i carved it out ♪ ♪ no, they don't make guys like me you get exactly what you see ♪ ♪ i come from a long line of bloodline that ain't gonna change ♪ ♪ so take your pistol pointing finger right off of the trigger i know where to aim hell i'm to blame ♪ ♪ i know where to aim hell i'm to blame ♪ ♪ >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ]
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okay, america, is something in your life a hot mess, your wardrobe, that messy closet, the big party you're supposed to plan? do you need just a little boost in the right direction? who doesn't? we're looking to hit the road to give some viewers the "gma" surprise life makeover they deserve. go to goodmorningamerica.com and tell us about your mess and "gma's" hot mess express could be headed your way. >> we're actually asking people if they're a hot mess. >> we are. >> just wanted to make sure. >> okay, america. >> a hot mess express coming your way. before we go, though, here is your chance to win a walk-on role in the new "star trek" movie. we have an exclusive look at the new tribute to "star trek" star,
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the late great leonard nimoy. >> in our campaign we're honoring the great leonard nimoy. leonard was an actor, a champion of the arts and a true inspiration to so many. through his legendary portrayal of spock he inspired countless artists, myself and the rest of the cast included. it was an honor and a privilege to know him and to call him a friend. his love for the human spirit shown through everything he did. he touched lives around the world and he is greatly missed. the cause we're highlighting this week is one that leonard was fashion national about. the st. jude children's hospital leading the way in advancing cures for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. show your support in honor of length nard and enter to be in the next statistic it can film at omaze.com/startrek. live long and prosper. >> wow. wonderful. you were doing it too, weren't
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you? you just had it now. >> he's got a big heart. kip moore, you got a big heart too. "wild ones" is the name of it. thanks for being here starting off our tuesday off the right way. have a great tuesday, everybody ♪ sit on back and watch me crash ♪ is there someone in your town who goes above and beyond a parent, a teacher a neighbor. well, if the answer is yes go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and let us know. we could help your whole town come out to thank them in a really big epic way live. this is going to be so good. morning.good we want to get an update on the weather right now. jacqui: grab the sunglasses before you head out the door
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this morning. lots of sunshine, little to no clouds across the region. the forecast through the day today, expect temperatures in 9:00 around the lunch hour, 5:00 this afternoon looking for 86 degrees. a high uv today, sunscreen 80 degree temperatures for the rest of the work week with no rain in the forecast until late on sunday. angela: in addition to heavy for the folks traveling northbound on 395 ,owards landmark and street crash cleanup on washington boulevard. towards the 14th street bridge. volume delays from tysons corner on the inner loop and prince george's county, delays headed towards the wilson bridge. melanie, back to you. melanie: in the district, metro
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buses are changing their roots in risk once two of summer of violence in southeast. it will no longer make stops after 7 p.m. and some people will have to walk nearly half of a while to stanton road to get a bus stop. in ward eight people are fighting back against the ballots devastating their community. followed by a candlelight vigil. you can get more news, traffic, and whether up dates on news channel 8. see you back here for the noon news.
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