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good morning, america. breaking news, a 5.2 magnitude earthquake rocks southern california on one of the most active faults. people in los angeles and san diego jolted out of bed. roads closed by rockslides. details coming in right now. he's with her. president obama saying he's all in for hillary clinton. >> i don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office. >> donald trump mocking that endorsement as paul ryan reveals to george in an abc news exclusive his concerns about trump. >> i don't know what's in his heart. >> the mystery making headlines. that yoga instructor accused of intentionally driving her car off a cliff to kill her sister. a judge now letting her walk free. celebrating the greatest. tens of thousands lining up this
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the 19-mile procession past his childhood home. bill clinton, billy crystal and will smith among the guests paying their respects. we're live in louisville with the incredible celebration. and good morning, america. happy friday. robin on assignment today and we've got a big friday ahead in central park. >> that's right. just got a shot of it, iggy azalea taking over central park. a lot of excited people out there. >> you can see the crowd is very excited for her. for all that excitement we have in the park, a pretty scary moment for our friends on the west coast. >> we have that earthquake in southern california overnight. multiple aftershocks this morning from san diego to l.a. abc's matt gutman on the scene there. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. that's right. so far there have been at least seven aftershocks in the area. varying from a 2.6 to a 3.5 magnitude. now that main
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was felt by people in at least three county, home to 15 million people. the quake hit at about 1:05 parkinson's time. 60 miles northeast of san diego. 110 miles southeast of downtown los angeles. now, this surveillance video shows those cars shaking in a parking garage. people here in los angeles reported feeling that jolt, windows shaking, buildings rolling in waves but pro skateboarder legend tony hawk described it delivering tweeting earthquake, it felt like a bus hit our house. tweets coming from other southern california residents including that earthquake saying it was terrifying. felt like a freight train coming into nye bedroom. there was that 6 hypothetical 1 quake that rocked nicaragua yesterday. seismologists insist these events are unrelated. so could we be readying for the big one? well, probably not. we're told that this is likely to happen in the san andreas fault and this was felt in the
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san jacinto fault. >> thanks very much. like you say not connected to the one in nicaragua. now to the race for the white house and president obama getting behind hillary clinton making it clear he will do everything he can to help her defeat donald trump and abc's jon karl has the latest from the white house. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, amy. well, now that hillary clinton has clinched the democratic nomination, president obama is finally backing her campaign and he's encouraging all democrats including bernie sanders to get in her corner. >> i'm with her. i'm fired up and i cannot wait to get out there and campaign for hillary. >> reporter: in a splashy video endorsement, president obama said his former 2008 rival is ready for the oval office. even more ready than he was eight years ago. >> in fact, i don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office. >> reporter: the president heaped praise on clinton for her work as secretary of state. >> from the decision we made
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the situation room to get bin laden to purr pursuit of diplomacy in capitals around the world i've seen her judgment, toughness and commitment to our values up close. >> reporter: donald trump responded on twitter, obama just endorsed crooked hillary. he wants four more years of obama but nobody else does. the clinton campaign fired back tweeting "delete your account." that's now the single most retweeted message of hillary clinton's campaign. trump jabbed back, how long did it take your staff of 823 people to think that up and where are your 33,000 e-mails that you deleted? clinton now has another ally in her fight against trump. picking up the endorsement of senator elizabeth warren last night. >> donald trump is a loud, nasty thin-skinned fraud who has never risked anything for anyone and who serves no one but himself. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> reporter: meanwhile, bernie sanders is still in the race, last night rallying the faithful in washington, d.c. but after meeting at the white house with president obama, sanders sounds like he too may soon be ready to join forces with clinton. >> i look forward to meeting with her in the near future to see how we can work together to defeat donald trump. >> reporter: officials here at the white house and aides out at the clinton campaign say that president obama will be out on the campaign for hillary clinton repeatedly over the coming months, michelle obama, the first lady, will also be out there. it all starts on wednesday, george, when president obama will be campaigning with hillary in green bay, wisconsin. >> jon karl, thanks very much. we turn to my interview with house speaker paul ryan. he has called donald trump's attack of a federal judge a textbook definition of racism but continues to support the gop nominee who's called out critics like ryan for political correctness. that's
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>> this is something that needed to be condemned. that comment is beyond the pale. that's not political correctness suggesting someone can't do their job because of their race or ethnicity. that's not a politically incorrect thing to do. that's just a wrong thing to say and i hope that he gets that. i believe he walked this comment back so i think -- >> have you spoken to him about it. >> i have and explained exactly what i thought about that comment. i said it publicly and privately. look, we want to offer the country a clear and compelling choice so that we can earn a mandate from the nation to fix our country's problems and those kind of comments get in the way of that kind of dialogue we need to have. >> they get in the way and it's not the first time. you said in explaining why you're standing by your endorsement of mr. trump what matters more to you more than anything are our core principles but what core principle is more important to the party of lincoln than standing up against racism. >> that's why i did it and spoke out against it. it won't be the last time if this continues. hopefully
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hopefully the campaign will move in a better direction so it can be one we can all be proud of, but here's the point. we got two choices, hillary clinton, donald trump. a republican presidency, a democratic presidency. seven out of ten americans believe that the country is going in the wrong direction. we agree with that. so we're offering the country an alternative and when you're the republican president to work with to put that together -- >> does that president have the temperament to be commander in chief? >> i can't speak for had is stage presence but in private it's much better than what you see on stage. >> you're confident he could be an effective commander in chief. >> i certainly believe he's betterhan hillary clinton. these are the choices we have and here's the question i ask do i believe these principles and policies have a better chance of making the law with donald trump than hillary clinton? absolutely. i do believe that. >> even if that president then espouses values that you don't share? >> i don't know that he believes that in his heart. he don't know what's in his heart but i do think hop
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improve the tenor of the campaign, the tone and the kind of campaign that he's going to run. i believe we need to be inspirational, aspirational and inclusive and that to me is what the country -- >> that's not the campaign that donald trump has been running. >> it's not and i hope that it gets there. >> and we'll have more from ryan sunday on "this week" along with bernie sanders and trump campaign manager paul manafort. >> we have even more now on the race for the white house. a new batch of clinton e-mails out this morning raising questions about a donor to the clinton foundation and how he ended up on a government intelligence advisory board. abc's brian ross is here with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the newly released state department e-mails being made public here this morning reveal how under secretary of state made someone part of an advisory board even though he had no known experience in the area. members of the state department's international
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some of the country's most prominent people on nuclear strategy with top secret clearances but in 2011, the clinton state department also added this man, rajiv fernando, a commodities broker with no known connection to the national security world. >> i'd like to invite to the stage raj fernando. >> reporter: what he was known for before and after was raising and giving hundreds of thousands of dollars to democratic campaigns and as much as $250,000 to the clinton foundation. >> abc news, do you have a second to talk? >> reporter: with we approached him -- >> how did you get appointed to that forward? can you talk about that? >> how do you know my name? he became upset and we were threatened with arrest. >> you'll be arrested. >> i'll be arrested. for asking questions of this man? >> but now the new set of state department e-mails obtained after a lawsuit brought by citins
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of clinton's chief of staff cheryl mills in appointing the big donor with a senior career official using the shorthand "sst a common reference to secretary clinton. the true answer is simply that s staff cheryl mills added him. raj was not on the list sent to s. he was added at their insistence. >> i don't know who will be giving money. >> reporter: at her confirmation hearing she vowed donors would not get special treatment. >> it will not be in the atmosphere. >> reporter: it shows when abc began asking questions about the appointment of fernando in 2011, top clinton aid cheryl mills asked the press officer to stall for 24 hours. the very next day fernando submitted his resignation from the prestigious board. the clinton campaign declined to comment on our story and the state department said it's not unusual for the secretary's chief of staff to play a role. as for fernando he has continued to raise big dollars for the clinton campaign and has g
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the clinton foundation, in fact he'll be one of her superdelegates. >> there is another new report about hillary's e-mails on the front page of "the wall street journal" linking them to some potentially sensitive messages about drone strikes oversea. >> that's right. "the wall street journal" is reporting the ongoing fbi investigation is focusing on these messages sent by american dims in pakistan about pending drone attacks which ended up on her personal e-mail server. but the journal says the messages were vaguely worded and did not use the term cia or drone. abc news has not been able to independently confirm the general's report, amy. >> brian,thanks so much. >> secretary clinton still waiting to be interviewed by the fbi on that. we move to the growing backlash over the six-month sentence for the stanford swimmer convicted of sexual assault. vice president biden has weighed in with an impassioned letter to the victim and eva pilgrim has the details. >> reporter: the uproar over the
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the victim's own words revealing and very personal striking a cord with people of all walks of life including the vice president. this morning, the stanford sexual assault case even drawing in the vice president. i do not know your name, joe biden write thursday but your words are forever seared on my soul biden heading those to the anonymous survivor in response to the letter she wrote and read out loud to her attacker in court. biden write, you will never be defined by what the defendant's father callously termed 20 minutes of action. his son will be. former stanford swimmer brock turner who faced 14 years in prison for sexual assault but was sentenced to just six months and is expected to serve only half that time behind bar, that sentence stoking the vice president and the nation's outrage. while the justice system has spoken in your particular case, the nation is not satisfied. and the judge who handed down that sentence, aaron rs
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abc affiliate kgo learning that about a dozen jurors were dismissed from jury duty wednesday after refusing to serve in persky's court. >> more than a million people have now signed a petition calling for the removal of that judge. amy. >> all right, thank you so much. eva. now to that deadly plane crash in houston. three family members killed when the aircraft crashed in a parking lot after an air traffic controller tried to help the pilot safely land. abc's david kerley has more now from reagan national airport. david, good morning to you. >> reporter: a tragic loss of family over an eight-minute period three separate attempts to land safely. the plane with a parachute slammed into a store parking lot. >> all of a sudden it just, shhh, right down. >> reporter: without the life-saving chute deployed all three on board killed. dana gray, an oklahoma mother of six was flying her husband and brother-in-law to visit their ailing father
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but as she approaches houston's hobby airport she's lined up for the wrong runway. >> straight into runway 35, clear to land. >> i don't believe i'm lined up for that. >> turn to the right and climb maintain 1600 right turn. >> reporter: gray makes the turns and after circling lines up for the correct runway as the controller tries to talk her in. >> don't force it if you can't. >> okay, okay, thank you. >> i think you're too high. >> okay, we'll go around then. >> another go around. >> three five cleared to land. trying to get down again, 4252 golf. >> no problem. >> the tower telling the pilot to go around again. she's too high but then the controller sees something. >> ma'am, ma'am, straighten up. straighten up. >> the plane nosedives into that hardware store parking lot. the last instructions suggesting the pilot may have stalled the plane with no time to correct. the ntsb says the charge for the parachute did go off but unclear whether that happened at impact or
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>> what an incredibly sad story, david, thank you so much. i know, michael, you have big news out of louisville. >> yeah, big celebration today, celebration of the greatest. tens of thousands saying good-bye to muhammad ali with that huge public memorial in his hometown this afternoon and abc's ryan smith there in louisville. good morning, ryan. >> good morning, michael. this is exactly how the champ wanted it. a funeral procession passing by his childhood home in this muhammad ali center and people coming from miles away of all races and religions to his hometown for a final farewell. this morning, tens of thousands descending on muhammad ali's hometown of louisville, kentucky, for a final farewell to the greatest of all time. the send-off, fit for a king. and planned by ali himself. a 19-mile procession, past his childhood home to his final resting place. 500 police officers
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route and to cap it off a memorial service for 30,000. the free tickets gone in under an hour. foreign heads of state attending. bill clinton and billy crystal slated to eulogize the champ. will smith serving as a pallbearer. ♪ >> reporter: but this celebration of ali starting thursday with his muslim faith at the forefront. the islamic funeral prayer service drawing 15,000 of all races and religions. >> exalted position of fighter in the ring to deal with social justice beyond the ring. >> reporter: and thursday, ali's grandson nico sharing a rare sound. in this facetime video the champ giving his grandson his fin bit of advice. >> stay in shape. >> stay in shape. >> reporter: among the all gists muhammad ali's wife and eldest daughter and those who couldn't get tickets to the service can watch from a large ju
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one person who won't be hear, president obama. he'll be attending his daughter malia's high school graduation, michael. >> thank you, ryan. what an incredible man who transcended any sport he ever played. i leaned in and said hello the first time i met him and he said can you rumble. nothing like you, champ. >> always had those great one-liners. i know you will anchor a special report with live coverage of muhammad ali's service this afternoon here on abc >> that's going to be quite a celebration. as ryan just said president obama will not be at muhammad ali's memorial but he has a good excuse. he will be at his daughter malia's high school graduation. the president turned down an invitation to speak at the elite sidwell school saying he will wear dark glasses because he will be crying. hard to believe malia was just 10 years old when obama took office. she's taking a gap year before starting college at harvard in the fall of 2017 and her next milestone, turning 18 o
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president for the first time this election year. >> a big day. >> a big day for the family. now we go to ginger with severe weather and heat hitting the midwest. also a lot of severe weather heading for the northeast this weekend, ginger. >> a whole multiday event that we'll talk about here. you first have to say good morning to you from central park. it's a chilly and comfortable one here not going to be the same in other parts. in montana, hail breaking windshields. two-inch hail reported there and same sort of hail and damaging wind in the high plains and parts of wisconsin and minnesota. it moves to the northeast on saturday. chicago to new york city, even philly included.
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clouds around. highs in the low 80s. tonight, partly cloudy. lows in the 60s. tomorrow, partly cloudy and hot with the first 90 of the year likely. a few t-storms are possible, with the best chance north of d.c. a bit cooler to start the work week, but becoming unsettled midweek. coming
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bizarre case in hawaii where a woman was accused of killing her twin and walking free after the judge threw out the charge. nancy and dan weigh in. will the mvp, steph curry, be able to turn it around. iggy azalea performing live in central park this morning. ♪ you already know so i asked about adding once-daily namenda xr to her current treatment for moderate to severe alzheimer's. it works differently. when added to another alzheimer's treatment, it may improve overall function and cognition. and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. (announcer) namenda xr doesn't change how the disease progresses. it shouldn't be taken by anyone allergic to memantine, or who's had a bad reaction to namenda xr or its ingredients. before starting treatment, tell their doctor if they have, or ever had a seizure disorder, difficulty passing urine, liver, kidney, or bladder problems, and about medications they're taking.
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>> anchor: good morning washington. i'm melanie hastings. here is a college of your top stories. police are looking for this map after a sexual assault in land over. investigators believe he followed a woman as she exited the new carlton metro station and attack her on a nearby street. if you recognize this man, you should contact police. quick reminder abc 7 and news channel 8 are media sponsors of this year's capital pride and will be taking part in the parade. if you can't make it we will extreme the parade for you to watched wherever you are, wjla.com starting tomorrow afternoon at 4:30. you can get moore news, traffic, weather updates on good morning washington on news channel 8 right now. hope you have a great friday.
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welcome back to "gma" and take a look at will, kate and harry moments ago. they're walking to celebrate queen elizabeth's 90th birthday all part of a three-day event honoring her right there, britain's oldest and longest reigning monarch. we'll have much more coming up. >> she deserves a birthday weekend. right now france is kicking off euro 2016, a soccer tournament amid security concerns there, an unprecedented security operation under way. more than 90,000 police, soldiers and private guards will be deployed. also this morning, hillary clinton celebrating a big endorsement from president obama. he says he's, quote, with her and that he doesn't think there's ever been someone so qualified to be president. all right, it's friday, everybody. that means it is time to party in central
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iggy azalea is there live. so is a great crowd. are you ready, michael? >> we are ready. you see that crowd out there. we have more fans on the way. our party bus, we have our own party bus, people, yes, is heading there now and we'll be joining them all live and all that coming up. >> that is coming up. right now that stunning twist out of the case in maui where a woman is accused of killing her identical twin by driving an suv off a 200-foot cliff and the judge let her go free. kayna whitworth has the latest. >> reporter: she's been called the evil twin and one of the terrible twins of yoga in newspaper headlines. but this morning alexandria duval is leaving behind the island where she faced second degree murder charges for allegedly intentionally driving her and her sister off a maui cliff. killing her twin. >> the court has concluded that the evidence fails to support a finding of probable
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the charge of murder in the second degree. >> reporter: after a judge threw out the charges abc news has learned that alexandria is on her way to utica to attend her twin's funeral. anastasia died after their ford explorer plunged 200 feet off this rocky cliff with alexandria at the wheel. prosecutors argued she accelerated. never even attempting to brake during the ordeal using the vehicle's black box as evidence. >> that speed gradually increased over the five-second period to the time of air bag deployment. >> reporter: an eyewitness testifying he saw them arguing violently in the car moments before the crash with the woman in the passenger seat pulling the hair of the woman in the driver's seat. a statement corroborated by the autopsy report. >> is it true that they recovered their clumps from anastasia duvall's hands? >> it wasn't
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sir. >> reporter: duvall's attorney arguing there was no crime. >> this was a tragic accident. it was not a homicide. >> reporter: the 37-year-old seen here with her attorney after the ruling in an orange jail suit and her arm in a sling. not the yoga gear she's used to. >> feel the outer rim of your back foot. >> reporter: but her legal woes may be far from over. representatives from the prosecutor's office telling abc news they are considering all options at this point. we believe that a crime has been committed. for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> okay, let's talk about it with dan abrams and nancy grace. dan, you were definitive and said it's no the a murder grace. the judge agreed. >> look, there was no evidence that this was an intentional murder. i kept saying maybe there's something else out there that we don't know about. maybe something will come out in this preliminary hearing which will tell us, oh, this is why they're charging her with intentionally trying to kill her
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appeared to have accelerated and didn't brake. that's not enough for an intentional murder charge and i say bravo to the judge because it almost never happens that a judge throws out a case this early in the process. >> bravo to the up, nancy? >> well, i have never seen dan abrams as happy as he is this morning because the judge agreed with him but it ain't over yet, all right. number one, the prosecution may very well take this to a grand jury and i think we're going to see the baby sliced down the middle. i think there is going to be a felony charge against her regardless of what a judge says. i think that it will probably be either starting with a murder two charge and then giving all the alternatives that dan has accurately laid out. you've got voluntary manslaughter, negligent homicide one, two and three degrees. but i'd like to point out something that i learned just
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on our program on hln that they, it's a boy scout leader and a whole troop of boy scout leaders see the driver, see the driver alex andre kwoo fighting with the sister and then the car is in park and they're fighting, she turns off the hazard lights, puts the car drive and floors it. it is totally thelma and louise. i'm just telling you that's what they saw and that is intentional. >> no, no, but that may be reckless driving. that may be negligent homicide but the notion that she's hitting the gas because she wants to kill her sister and go over the cliff with her is a super long shot, nancy, america -- >> what you said day one. you said murder, suicide. look, nobody is here speaking for the dead victim this morning. i am and i think this is wrong and another thing the judge said is that she didn't k
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was a cliff. hello, you can look out and see the ocean, of course, she knew there was a cliff. she's been living there over a year. >> nancy, america wants to hear you say four words. they are, dan was absolutely right. that's it. america is demanding it. >> how about if i give you -- >> demanding it. >> you want a foot. i'll give you an inch. i am eating a crow sandwich because of judge blaine and dan abrams and it tastes very, very bad but i predict there will be charges, dan abrams, so enjoy, enjoy your happy place. >> yeah. >> enjoy it while it last. >> yeah, look, there will be a manslaughter -- i will expect there will be manslaughter or negligent homicide and that's not easy either. there will be a real defense. >> i'm sure we'll have you back. >> we'll see about that, dan abrams. back to michael. >> all right, thank you, george. comi coming up on our big board, that twitter war escalating between donald trump a h
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time for our big board and team of insiders standing by. we'll begin with the twitter war between donald trump and hillary clinton after trump tweeted an attack about president obama endorsing clinton. she quickly fired back. tweeting, delete your account. i did not know what that was. did you know what that was. that's a thing with the younger folk, apparently. it's a thing, all right. >> they haven't told me yet. >> jon karl is at the white house for us. jesse palmer, did you know that was a thing. >> no, new to me. new to me, i have to admit. >> now, jon, i have a question for you, all right. this -- we have from our social stroll, sherry garrett miller
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this is like watching two elementary kids fight. now, in your experience covering politics where you have a lot of experience have you ever seen a campaign fight get this vicious so soon? >> oh, michael, this vicious? trust me, it's going to get a lot worse. you are looking at the two most unpopular major party presumptive nominees in the history of presidential polling. this will get a lot nastier and vicious. there is an old expression that with newspaper publishers, you don't pick a fight with somebody who buys ink by the barrel. well, when it comes to tweeting, donald trump buys it by the barrel. he has 32,000 tweets over the course of his twitter account. that is five tweets for every one sent by hillary clinton. this one by hillary clinton, though, got 400,000 almost retweets already double-edge sword, michael. most of those, many of them at least are people taunting hillary for deleting her e-mails.
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back pretty strong against her for that word "delete" speaking about her private e-mail account. do you think it's a good contract to get into a twitter war with someone like donald trump who is notorious as you say for really getting his opponents online? >> well, it's dangerous but hillary clinton is increasingly echoing his tactic, taunting, trolling him and it's not just hillary clinton, you see elizabeth warren doing the same thing. they've decided it's worked very well for donald trump to get attention, they're going to give it a shot clearly. >> we always tell our kids stay off -- don't do anything online. >> don't do what the presidential candidates are doing, kids. >> all right, jon, thank you. in tonight's game four of the nba finals, going to be watching that, the warriors are up 2-1 against the cavs but some are wondering what's going on with two-time mvp steph curry. the three-time nba champion and espn analyst is here with us, bruce bowen. bruce, how are you doing, my friend. >> i'm good. how are you doing, brother?
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a lot are saying what's wrong with steph curry? he's not playing like he used to play. we know it's there. my question to you is what does he have to do to turn it around and be the steph curry we're used to seeing? >> you know, sometimes when great players in this game, when they have off nights you have to be aware, you know they're coming back stronger like coming back stronger because they have respect for their opponent and they know that they've let their teammates down. when you're talking about an mvp he understands it's his job to get everyone involved. i look forward to seeing a huge game from steph curry tonight. >> bruce, you've played in the nba finals. i mean, is it just exhaustion. what do you think is going on? >> it's not exhaustion at this point. golden state, steph curry's only played in five minutes or more fourth quarters only played in 73 of them. that leaves 28 games where he didn't even play in the fourth quarter so it's not about fatigue. you got to throw fatigue out of here. you got to throw aching bones out of
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dealing with something. especially at this time of the season. it's the finals. you have to bring it. i don't care if i had to get oxygen during the course of the game. i'm playing. >> michael is nervous right now. >> bruce has me so fired up. i'm ready to play and i can't play basketball. >> you know what, michael. you're a champion, baby. that's what happens. when we see finals or the super bowl, it's about the game. ooh. >> does the pressure get to you? could that be what's happening? he's used to being in pressure situations obviously. >> he is, but something happened. he's human. they did a good job defending him in the last game. the first two games they didn't need this steph curry that we've seen as far as mvp style. so, you know what, you respect what cleveland has done. he's going to look at the film session and he's going to be embarrassed and say look at me, look at my body language, i'm crying because i didn't get a call? i have to be better and it starts with him. we saw how golden state went last game and it started with
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only had an off day, bruce bowen. that's what i'm talking about. >> we'll leave it at that. thank you so much. queen elizabeth's 90th birthday celebration in full swing. take a look at them arriving at st. paul's cathedral. will, kate, harry making their entrance and the official photo shot by an nye liebowitz. robert jobson joins us with all of the latest. this is a very festive occasion, indeed. we're seeing the entire royal family take it front and center. what is the feel like? >> oh, it is a place of celebration. we're here opposite buckingham palace where, of course, there will be all the scenes of celebration over the weekend with the street party that's going on. today was certainly more somber with a big crowd all out to see william and kate and harry there supporting the queen and the
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hour-long service that's just finished and managed to get back inside the palace but it's an amazing feeling. hopefully the weather will hold out. there's talk there will be torrential rain. >> in london, no, you don't say. wait. so we've seen so many members of the royal family. what about george and charlotte? will they make an appearance? >> well, it's not confirmed yet but i understand that little charlotte will be on the balcony for the first time. she's only a little baby, of course, but in her mother's arms when they always come by for the fly pass of the red arrows and the celebration of the queen so let's hope she has a great day and the sun comes out and not the rain. >> let's talk a little about the world's most eligible bachelor, prince harry. and he's been seeing -- canoodling with ellie goulding. >> and me. >> you're number two, my friend. there are reports that prince harry wants to be the british
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are those wishful thinking thoughts or is that true? >> i think it's probably wishful thinking. look, every time this poor guy goes out if he talks to a girl it's on the front pages or like bruce springsteen's daughter, it was all over the papers the next day and now there's another pop star so the poor guy can't even go out without being married off. >> all right. >> if he's not available, robert is available. >> good to know. bruce, jon, thank you. coming up next our hot shot of the day. take a look at the horseplaying possum? we'll have the story behind the video that everyone is talking about. what is that? wow. [ making horse sounds ] your bike is fixed. thanks mom! ♪ dad to captain ava: don't go too far! remember when we were children, and we believed any dream was possible? was it because there was always someone there
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views. his name is pinto and he can play dead as you just saw like no other horse or dog for that matter. and in fact pinto, you guys, has already tricked his neighbors in north texas and now the worldwide web into thinking that he is ready for the glue factory but in fact pinto is just playing. >> how do you keep playing dead? pinto, get up. [ making animal noises] >> get up, pinto. >> oh, wow. >> just relaxing. not a big deal. >> he is just playing pinto bean. >> his owner told us so many thought he was dead she shot the video and uploaded it to facebook and she told us he's been doing it for years and literally learned the trick from her dogs. >> smart horse. >> that's not all that we have for you, though. mi
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over bonus hot shots. >> we got a bonus. yesterday the terrible pitch by snoop dog at the san diego padres game. well, he decided to send us video to she's us his practice throw to redeem himself. that's the pitch from yesterday. his catcher was not in the wrong place. it was just that bad of a throw so he said, hey, here's my practice. whoa. >> you go, snoop. >> snoop was throwing some heat yesterday. i can testify. i can testify he's really a good athlete. i played celebrity -- >> that can't be the same person. >> that's the same person. that's the same person. >> have you ever gotten nervous in a golf game. >> it's the worst thing. >> it's the scariest thing i've ever done and that just proves even if you're a superstar artist, little pressure on the mound would get to you. >> sure is. iggy azalea coming up. ♪ so fannie you already know ♪ i'm in the fast lane coming up "gma's" summer concert series presented by king's hawaiian.
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>> reporter: we get one more day with lower humidity before things creep up for the weekend. temperatures will crank up as well. today, seasonal temperatures. 80s in most location -- 80s in most location . lots of sunshine, as we head into tomorrow, we're going to be seeing warmer temperatures, grilling out tonight, still a good idea. temperatures in the 70s, partly cloud skies. 90 on sunday, few storms on saturday afternoon. >> reporter: earlier crash on the capital beltway headed into mcclean on the inner loop. delays approaching the area of the george washington parkway. southbound on the gw parkway, lanes reopened from the
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tractor trailer collision. on the prince georges county side we're dealing with a collision for inner loop commuters, approaching u.s. 1 in college park. outer loop delays due to volume and we've got delays headed into dc. wires are down they're the 3rd street bridge at the u.s. capital you'll find lanes closed. >> anchor: top stories. sexual assault suspect john hicks will be in court for a preliminary hearing. he's charged with trying to rape a woman back in april, on a red line train. faces life in prison if convicted. he may be the commander in chief. today, he's just a proud papa. the first family will be watching as malia graduates from high school today. president obama says he turned down an invitation to speak at the event saying he'll be way too emotional for that. you can get more news, weather and traffic on good morning washington on news channel 8.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking overnight an earthquake rocks southern california, tremors felt from los angeles to san diego. aftershocks shake windows, jolt residents awake. the latest on the west coast right now. secret health balance. "star wars" daisy ridley opening up about her medical condition in an empowering post. what she's sharing with all women to get everyone healthy. dr. ashton here alive. how thieves can use your home making a mysterious key they can learn to make on youtube. how to protect and your family starting this morning. ♪ black widow baby get ready for iggy. she's fearless, she's fancy ♪ what'sea
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>> she's live in central park and you got a front row seat as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ i'm gonna love you ♪ i'm gonna love you >> and look at that awesome shot of central park. >> wow. >> right now, what a beautiful morning in new york. what a great day to have iggy azalea here in central park getting ready to rock everybody out. >> and check out our crowd. look at that, yeah, it is a gorgeous day and speaking of gorgeous is azalea right there and we will join her in a moment as she makes her way to the summer concert stage. >> one person i know wishes she was here but out on a very excited excitement this morning and that is robin roberts. but she sent us a message and let's take a look. >> there are many things i love about my job especially the travel. i'm going someplace i've never been before and i'm excited because i'm taking you with me. i'm going to
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ears. we are going to china. >> it is awesome. look at that she's going on quite the adventure reporting live from china all next week taking us with her as she visits pandas, the great wall, beijing, the brand-new shanghai disney resort. we cannot wait to see every bit of it. >> opens next week. now to amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning. we want to return to california now where there has been a significant earthquake. a 5.2 magnitude quake early this morning. it was centered about 110 miles southeast of downtown los angeles and abc's matt gutman is there, matt, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, amy. so far there have been at least eight aftershocks. now that main 5.2 magnitude quake striking overnight felt by so many because it was so shallow, barely half mile deep. they can see cars rocking in this parking garage, surveillance video, people describing buildings rolling in waves, skateboard legend ton
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tweeting earthquake, it felt like a bus hit our house. now seismologists tell us this is likely not the big one. it's feared that will hit in the an andreas fault. this was in the san jacinto fault. >> thanks for that update. tens of thousands gathering are louisville for the final farewell to muhammad ali. a 19-mile funeral procession will past the champ's childhood home to his final resting place. bill clinton and billy crystal will eulogize ali at today's public memorial for 30,000 people. actor will smith who played ali on film and mike tyson will be among the pallbearers. george will anchor live coverage of the service right here on abc. well, after endorsing hillary clinton, president obama is now preparing to hit the campaign trail. he will join clinton next week in wisconsin and aides say the president intends to be on the trail often throughout the general election. senator elizabeth warren, a favorite amo
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latest high-profile democrat to line up for clinton launching a fierce attack on donald trump calling him a loud, nasty, thin-skinned fraud. as for bernie sanders, sources say after the washington, d.c. primary next week, he will be on board to endorse clinton. well, meanwhile, new details in the clinton e-mail scandal. "the wall street journal" reporting the fbi investigation is now focusing on messages sent by u.s. diplomats in pakistan about possible drone attacks which ended up on clinton's personal e-mail server. but the journal says those messages were vaguely worded. president obama has approved a larger role for u.s. forces in afghanistan. he is now authorizing limited air strikes against the resurgent taliban and he is allowing u.s. troops to join conventional afghan forces in a supporting role. well, a tearful reunion between a mother and son in california, 21 years in the making. maria
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since 1985 when he was allegedly abducted by his father. the case remained open until recently when police got a tip that a man named steve hernandez was living in mexico and that that was her steve, now 22 years old. maria says she never lost hope. finally we all love when we see the weather forecast coming on during the news but you know what, there's someone who may love it even more. take a look at duke. [ dog barking ] apparently this happens every single time duke lives near albany, new york and barks every time channel 10 meteorologist steve caparizzo, cap as he's affectionately called gives the weather. the owner is so -- he thought it was so funny, took a video of it. apparently cap also hosts "pet adoption" segments on the news and so
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dogs so he's just barking, i love you too. >> you got that. okay. wow. >> amy and i both speak the language. >> i can translate. >> this much closer to getting convinced. >> i'm with you. >> we'll get them, amy. don't worry. we will start right now with "pop news," everybody. good friday morning to you. "dancing with the stars" champ nyle dimarco has been asked to perform the national anthem before game four of the nba finals. pretty great, right. dimarco as you probably know has been deaf since birth. he'll be joined by an estimated 20,000 fans at the quicken loans arena in cleveland for a new take on their rousing tradition. you guys have seen this where the fans lead the tune. here they are with jessica ruiz at game three. ♪ o say can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light >> it happens all the time. i love that tradition so it's going to be really special with
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nyle. the crowd expected to sing as he signs along and by the way all signs pointing to another great game. check it out tonight 9 p.m. on abc. >> it's going to be really moving. >> so powerful. >> looking forward to that. also in "pop news" this morning, one of the most tedious but necessary tasks folding laundry could become a thing of the past. thank you to this san francisco-based company called foldmate. foldmate taking us trait to the jetson era with a multitasking machine that, listen, guy, steam, scents and foal your clothing under 20 seconds per piece. it's a three-foot-tall machine which i'm sure will shrink ago the technology gets better but costs quite a bit more than the average load of laundry at your laundromat. expected price tag around $800. still has a few kichgs to work out like the inability to fold sheets. just not that big but there's time to iron it out. wacca-wacca. >> how big it your shirt
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>> it has thousands of preorders. the list is out. the preorders are in and it ships in 2018. very cool. >> there you go. finally in "pop news," let's say your mom is a huge beyonce fan and you want to show her our "irreplaceable" these so here's how one mom reacts when she gets in a car. she finds out that she's into the going to a family party. she's actually going to see beyonce in concert. >> who? >> you're going to see beyonce? >> who? >> right now. >> kevin! >> going on the beyonce tour. >> here's the pictures that show that mom did get into formation as soon as she got to the beyonce show. great kids. >> you got to love making momma happy. >> nothing we wouldn't do for our mommas. >> absolutely. absolutely. that was "pop news" and now here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." strong words from actor daisy ridley opening up
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secret health struggle. now revealing how changing her diet has changed her life and have dr. ashton to talk about that. these guys are all lined up. look at them ready to head to our party in the park. iggy azalea is taking the stage and our crowd can't wait. when we go to the park, you know what, our guys have to stay here because we can't take everybody. this is what our staff does when we go to the park, playing card. i'll tell you what, we'll be right back on "gma." you know we said we'd take a look at our retirement plan today. not now! i'm cleaning the oven! yeah, i'm cleaning the gutters! washing the dog! washing the cat! well i'm learning snapchamp! chat. chat! changing the oil... (vo) it's surprising what people would rather do than deal with retirement. pressure-washing the... roses. aerating the lawn! (vo) but with nationwide it's no big deal. okay, your retirement plan is all set. nationwide? awesome. nice neighborhood. ♪ nationwide is on your side
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about the "star wars" actress daisy ridley opening up about how she's taking control of a secret health struggle, battling endometriosis since she was just 15 years old. it is a painful condition that affects an estimated one in ten women. abc's linsey davis has her story. >> reporter: she plays the fierce head strong rey in a galaxy far, far away. >> i'm not giving you anything. >> we'll see. >> reporter: but daisy ridley is now revealing a secret that hits much closer to home. writing in a post on her instagram account on thursday, at 15 i was diagnosed with endometriosis, one laparoscopy, many consultations and eight years down the line, pain was back, more mild this time and found out i have polycystic ovaries and that's why it's bad. >> endometriosis occurs when normal lining tissue grows outside the uterus and causes
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syndrome is a metabolic syndrome. >> reporter: it's hard to diagnose and occurs in women of childbearing age and says her skin was the worst. >> patients with polycystic ovaries can have high levels of male hormones that can cause acne. >> reporter: she describes with some dietary changes she's feeling better saying with some help from a dermatologist and cutting out dairy, waah except for spontaneous ice cream and cutting down sugar, bigger waah but got to do what you got to do. her advice, take matters into your own hands. to any of you suffering with anything, go to a doctor, pay for a special it of the get your hormones tested. get allergy testing. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> abc's chief women's health correspondent dr. jennifer ashton is with us. how common is it to have endometriosis at 15 and threw in the polycystic thing.
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important. a lot think that teenagers can't get it. they can get it and do get it. one of the symptoms of endometriosis is severe menstrual cramps. that's common in teenagers. that in and of itself is undertreated and underdiagnosed. the gold standard to treat painful periods, ibuprofen and low dose birth control pills. studies have shown that in teenagers who do not have their pain relieved with both of those two treatments, over 50% of them will have endometriosis diagnosed and surgery, important to make that diagnosis. >> are you saying the low -- the birth control can actually help? >> it's one of the treatments for endometriosis. so it's important to get ahead of this before ten years goes by and it can do more damage. >> so many kids or young ladies have big -- you know, big deep cramps. are you saying go to a doctor. don't self-diagnose. >> 100% see an add less sent gynecologist because, again, it's
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when you talk about the pcos, that is a completely unrelated to endometriosis, two common gyn conditions, both of them can cause some problems for women. they can both affect fertile and both increase the risk of certain types of cancer so, again, awareness is very important. >> you just said it, polycystic ovary syndrome. >> that's right, pcos. >> daisy said, oh, i found out it's not this, it's that. you're saying they're two different things. >> she got an improvement in diet which can be helpful for pcos because that's when you want to minimize sugar. when you're dealing with any chronic condition treat the whole body, not a body part so diet always important. >> don't self-diagnose. see a doctor. >> ideally. >> yes, ideally but thank you always for great advice. dr. jen, and coming up, "gma" is on the lookout with a home security alert. the secret tool that thieves are using to break in, they can get it online quite easily but here's what you can do about it. we'll tell you comin
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"gma on the lookout" now with a security alert for homeowners. turns out there is a simple way for burglars to break into your home and use bump ys
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widely available online. abc's gio benitez here to explain. hey, gio. >> reporter: these bump key burglaries happening all across the country and in some cases people don't even know they've been burglarized because bump keys are cheap, easy to get and can be used to break into your house without leaving a trace. so this morning, "gma" is on the lookout. watch these two running away with arm fulls of stuff caught on surveillance camera. a few days later when jackie diaz got home she initially had no idea she was robbed. >> nothing was out of place. the house looked just as if i had left it. >> reporter: until she noticed things missing. >> i noticed my apple computer laptop was gone. >> reporter: the alleged thieves arrested and charged with burglary. >> the detective informed us of this lovely bump key. >> reporter: cases of suspected bump key burglaries popping up all over the country, florida, texas, virginia and new jersey. even a rash of ten lurgry
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jersey had investigators stumped until an expert locksmith examined one of the victim's locks. >> we focused all of our energy and investigative efforts on maintenance staff and people that would have keys until we got told by the locksmith this exi existed. >> reporter: the detective going on youtube finding hundreds of links and videos trucking people on how to make, buy and use a bump key. it doesn't take much skill. just practice. the bumping technique causes the pins in the lock to jump allowing the unlocking action. 13 we're concerned about the ability to pay the cost. >> reporter: their ease and availability prompting david rival to act. he is a former detective and certified locksmith now a new jersey lawmaker and introduced legislation to make it a crime for anyone other than a locksmith to make, buy or own a bump key and here's why. >> so here's your locked door. that someone just locked and walk aed away and someone come
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>> wow. and they're in. >> i mean, that takes seconds. >> now, just the other point too is, they're done, you lock it back up and they leave so the homeowner comes home, the door is still locked. >> so we did that in a controlled environment at a locksmith shop. now we'll try it at a normal house. >> are you ready? >> let's go. >> homeowners kathy and art are letting us try this at their home. these are bump keys we ordered online and cost us 50 bucks for this whole set. there we go. >> you saw that in realtime. it took a matter of seconds. what do you guys think about this? >> i'm not happy because i thought they were good locks. >> yeah. >> after our experiment, we had a locksmith put bump-proof locks on their home. and our expert says even good locks could be bumped which is why he wants a law that would essentially ban the bump key but
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locks made by medeco, look for that phrase bumpproof. >> good idea. now to ginger in the park. >> ah, the park is hopping today, george. we've got so many folks out here ready for iggy azalea and we are all on a crisp and cool morning in new york city. let me show you what's happening in a part of the nation going to be steamy this weekend. heat advisories in parts of the plains anywhere from parts of sioux city up to minneapolis. add that humidity to the heat and the heat index is going to reach well into the 90s and even 100s into the weekend.sunshine w clouds around. highs in the low 80s. tonight, partly cloudy. lows in the 60s. tomorrow, partly cloudy and hot with the first 90 of the year likely. a few t-storms are possible, with the best chance north of d.c. a bit cooler to start the work week, but becoming unsettled
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>> coming up, iggy azalea here live in central park.
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>> anchor: sunshine, low humidity. jacqui jeras has a great looking friday forecast. >> reporter: we get one more day with lower humidity before things creep up for the weekend. temperatures will crank up as well. today, seasonal temperatures. we should reach the lower 80s in most location . lots of sunshine, as we head into tomorrow, we're going to be seeing warmer temperatures, grilling out tonight, still a good idea. temperatures in the 70s, partly cloud skies. 90 on sunday, few storms on saturday afternoon. >> reporter: worry trouble-free ongoing our virginia interstates. 66, eastbound congestion headed in toward centreville.
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on interstate 95, this is what we're looking at northbound, off and on slowing but not any major hassles. different story in maryland, 95 southbound we are dealing with a crash in howard county approaching 175-6789 once you get to the beltway, easy breezy, headed through silver spring, over to i270. melanie, back to you. >> anchor: thank you. today, the man accused of a deadly shooting rampage in mongomery county will be appearing in court. he is charged with the shooting deaths of 3 people, including his estranged wife at 3 separate incidents. he faces 8 charges in mongomery county. including two counts of first degree murder and two counts of attempted first degree murder. and a quick reminder, abc 7 and news channel 8 are media sponsors of this year's capital pride and will be taking part in the parade. if you can't make it we will be extreming the parade for you to watch wherever you are,
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4:30 tomorrow afternoon. you can get more news, weather and traffic on good morning washington on news channel 8.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ wow, what a beautiful friday morning here in central park. just perfect. great crowd out here and we're all out here in the city park foundation summer stage. >> yes, yes, yes, we are. and we can't wait and everybody is really excited. it's a beautiful morning out here but everybody is really excited because iggy azalea is going to perform for us and she is here right now, everybody. >> that's why let's get right to it. the grammy nominated chart topping rocker is ready to take over central park. let's get straight to it. here's iggy azalea with her new single "team". ♪
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♪ iggz look turn me up break the knob right ♪ ♪ i get dressed like it's prom night ♪ ♪ i feed them lemons in the limelight ♪ ♪ they say i'm full lost my appetite ♪ [ muted ] ♪ keep on shouting reggie miller say what ♪ ♪ you gotta set the score right call it hans zimmer ♪ ♪ my time wherever i go i took a chance like i'm from chicago ♪ ♪ 100 plus in that about to go ape hey turn it to the cango ♪ ♪ baby i got me baby i got me ♪ and that's all i need yeah that's all i need ♪ ♪ baby i got me only friend i need ♪ ♪ playing on my teams is someone like ♪ ♪ me baby no way watch me while i do my thing ♪ ♪ oh baby no way
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are you running with the team ♪ ♪ outchea pronto hit 'em with the dose that's a combo ♪ ♪ running through ya block no fumble ♪ [ muted ] ♪ see i gotta go for mine benja-jammen that money on my mind ♪ ♪ jamaican club i'm staying on the grind ♪ ♪ dutty wine don't step on this land mine ♪ >> come on. ♪ ven aqui andele you trying to take flight do what i say ♪ ♪ 100 plus volts on the highway watch a new kardash call me kylie ♪ ♪ baby i got me baby i got me ♪ ♪ and that's all i need yeah that's all i need ♪ ♪ baby i got me only friend i need ♪ ♪ playing on my team is someone like ♪ ♪ me baby no way watch me while i do my thing ♪ ♪ oh baby no way are you running with the team ♪ ♪
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here cash here ♪ ♪ 100,000 on the dash yeah dash yeah ♪ ♪ all the ladies shake it fast yeah fast yeah ♪ [ muted ] ♪ and that's all i need yeah that's all i need ♪ ♪ are you running with the team ♪ ♪ baby i got me baby i got me ♪ and that's all i need yeah that's all i need ♪ ♪ baby i got me only friend i need playing on my team is someone like me baby no way ♪ ♪ watch me while i do my thing oh baby no way are you running with the team ♪ ♪ team team team are you pulling with the team ♪
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♪ are you pulling with the team are you fooling with the team ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. iggy azalea. that was outstanding. look at the energy. i'm watching dancers. isn't that awesome? you guys having fun? such a great morning this morning in central park. there will be more iggy azalea coming up but we've got to get a little check of the forecast because there will be some storms moving across this nation this weekend that you need to know about. look at that lightning picture from chicago. just a great one. thank you, barry, for sending that in and that low as it traverses the cold from the warm front connected there today. you have the chance tore damaging wind, isolated whale and tornadoes go from chicago to cleveland to pittsburgh and binghamton and new york city included as we go into saturday. that's the big picture.sunshinew clouds around. highs in the low
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partly cloudy. lows in the 60s. tomorrow, partly cloudy and hot with the first 90 [ cheers and applause ] get this, we have a very special message from a "gma" friend, adam sandler. we all know him but he wants to wish his grandma a happy birthday. >> happy 100th birthday grandma monica. you're the best. thanks for everything you do. you're a ray of sunshine every day. love you. >> we all love a ray of sunshine just like our own lara spencer who is right up here. >> ginger, where are you? >> right here. >> hi, hi, gorgeous. all right. now we're going to talk about a brand-new series premiering on abc tomorrow night it's called "people's list" and it brings the best of "people" magazine and so much more with unprecedented access to your
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willis. take a look. >> i can't imagine having five boys. i can't imagine having one boy. i'm happy to have five girls. a big gang of women and me and i just sit there and go kind of like i am now. frightened. [ cheers and applause ] >> and joining me now, "people's list" co-host jerry o'connell, suchin pak and jess cagle, the executive big head honcho grand pooh-bah after "people" magazine and "people's list." bruce willis is a private guy. a great look inside his personal life. >> between the power of abc news and these guys and "people" magazine, i just think that it's going to be hot and cold running celebrities, lara. that's what's happening. >> really? >> yeah. >> thank you, jess. >> suchin, what can w
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the premiere. >> small names. beyonce and jay z will be appearing on our show, our first episode. paula abdul goes to the white house. you know, michelle obama, you know, small names, small names so we've got a really amazing first show. i mean, it's just going to be lots of fun, lots of cool, little fun stories and ideas and it's just fantastic. >> "pop news" blown up. i love it. >> "pop news" but also celebrity names, inspiring stories because that's what "people" is all about. >> it's "people" magazine's mix of inspiring stories and celebrity interviews and extraordinary people doing ordinary thing and ordinary people doing extraordinary things. >> can i tell you about an extraordinary thing, jerry doing an extraordinary thing. aren't you boxing with paula pat torch. >> the beautiful paula patton who train ed for her film "warcraft," i got my butt
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>> i actually did find it to be very enjoyable in a weird way. i don't want to freak everybody out here. >> i think everyone understands perfectly actually and, jess, an exclusive, not often that i say a white house exclusive with paula abdul. >> no, you don't often say that i remember when i first saw that significantment and i saw paula abdul outside the white house as our correspondent, i was like, okay, but she's really fun. she was there for a talent show with this organization that is a tremendous organization that brings arts to schools. it was a talent show with all the kids and she was showing people how to do this. you know, all of her move, it was great. >> she was like really feeling the part. >> don't make me do it again. >> i don't think that's one of her moves, jess. everybody, it's a great show and check it out. jess, great to see you, suchin and jerry, best of luck on the show. it looks terrific. you guys can see it, the whole thing, "people's list" premieres tomorrow night,
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central right here on abc. and coming up we've got more, iggy azalea rocking central park. don't go anywhere. we'll be right back. ♪ black widow baby
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we are back now. superstar rapper iggy azalea and we just heard her brand-new single "team." got everybody here in the park excited. and even more exciting she's got a brand-new album that's coming out soon and, yes, wait for that too. well, you have a lot to celebrate. you just turned 26. happy 26th birthday. >> i know. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> and i saw some pictures you posted of you hanging out and a little fun in the sun with your friends. had a good birthday. >> i took all my girlfriends and we went to cabo and hung out and just did our girl thing. it was cool. it was fun. >> you know how many people are going, boy, i want to be one of her girlfriends but your second album "digital distortion" is coming out later. i mean coming out soon. >> yeah. >> so what do you tell us about the sound? what could we expect? >> it's
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energetic and fun but a bit more aggressive and a little bit darker. a little more grown up like me. >> we're all growing up. and i got to say, all your songs are catchy, all your -- i'm in the back dancing to "team." i'm looking forward to what you're about -- >> i like to see you move. >> you don't want to see my moves. they're not pg. but they're fun. how about that? >> yes, they were. >> i'm really excited because right now off of your breakthrough album the new classic you're about to perform a three-time platinum hit "black widow," so here she is, everybody, here's iggy azalea with "black widow." take it. >> thank you, michael. ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm gonna love ya until you hate me and i'm gonna ow
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show 'em what show 'em what what's really crazy ♪ >> everybody, new york. ♪ you should've known better than to mess with me, honey i'm gonna love ya, i'm gonna love ya ♪ ♪ gonna love ya, gonna love ya like a black widow, baby this twisted cat and mouse game always starts the same ♪ ♪ first we're both down to play then somehow you go astray we went from nothing ♪ ♪ to something, liking to loving it was us against the world and now we just nothing. ♪ it's like i loved you so much and now i just hate you feeling stupid for all ♪ ♪ the time that i gave you i wanted all or nothing for us ain't no place in between might be me ♪ ♪ believing what you say that you never mean like it'll last forever but now forever ain't as long ♪ ♪ if it wasn't for you i wouldn't be stuck singing this song you were different from my ♪ t it mirroredyou and as it all plays out i see it couldn't ♪ ♪ be clearer now sing you used to be thirsty for me but now you wanna be set free
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this is the web ♪ ♪ web that you weave so baby now rest in peace it's all over with now but i'm gonna love ya ♪ >> clap, clap. ♪ until you hate me right and i'm gonna show ya show 'em what show 'em what what's really crazy ♪ >> let's go. let's go. ♪ you should've known better than to mess with me, honey i'm gonna love ya ♪ >> say what. ♪ i'm gonna love ya >> say what ♪ i'm gonna love ya gonna love ya like a black widow, baby black, black widow, baby ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm gonna l-l-l-love you until it hurts just to get you i'm doing whatever works ♪ ♪ you've never met [ muted ] that will bring
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i'm-a make you beg for it, plead for it till you feel like ♪ ♪ you breathe for it till you do any and everything for it i want you to fiend for it ♪ ♪ wake up and dream for it till it's got you gasping for air and you lean for it ♪ ♪ 'till they have a cat scan and check on your mind and it's nothing but me, on it on it ♪ ♪ now it's me-time believe that if it's yours when you want it i wouldn't promise ♪ ♪ i need that till i'm everywhere that you be at i can't fall back go quick ♪ ♪ cause this here a fatal attraction so -- [ muted ] ♪ you used to be thirsty for m e but now you wanna be set free this is the web, web that you weave ♪ ♪ so baby now rest in peace it's all over with now i'm gonna love ya until you hate me ♪ ♪ right ♪ and i'm gonna show ya show 'em what show 'em what what's really crazy let's go let's go you should've known better ♪ ♪ let's go let's go ♪ than to mess with me, honey i'm gonna love ya, i'm gonna love ya >> say what. ♪ gonna love ya ♪ gonna love ya
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like a black widow, baby yeah ♪ ♪ bl-bl-bla-black widow baby >> "gma's" summer concert series is presented by king's hawaiian. ♪ stand by me vo: for dominion, part of delivering affordable energy includes supporting those in our community who need help. our energyshare program does just that, assisting with bill pay and providing free, energy-saving upgrades. it's more than helping customers, it's helping neighbors. ♪ stand by me
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♪ i'm so fannie >> time now for a little more iggy azalea. here she is with her huge hit "fancy ♪ ♪ first thing i'm a realest drop this and let the whole world feel it and i'm still in the murda business ♪ ♪ i could hold you down like i'm
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drop it low and pick it up just like this. ♪ cup of ace cup of goose cup of cris ♪ ♪ high heels something worth a half a ticket on my irs ♪ i'm so fancy you already know i'm in the fast lane from l.a. to tokyo ♪ i'm so fancy can't you taste this gold? remember my name ♪ ♪ 'bout to blow i said, "baby, i do this, i thought that you knew this." can't stand no haters ♪ ♪ and honest, the truth is and my flow retarded, they speak it depart it swagger on super, ♪ ♪ i can't shop at no department better get my money on time if they not money, decline ♪ ♪ and swear i meant that there so much that they give that line a rewind so get my money on time, ♪ ♪ if they not money, decline i just can't worry 'bout no haters, gotta stay on my grind ♪ ♪ now tell me, who that who that? that do that, do that? put that paper over all, ♪ ♪ i thought you knew that, knew
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that i be the i-g-g-y, put my name in bold ♪ ♪ i been working, i'm up in here with some change to throw i'm so fancy ♪ ♪ you already know i'm in the fast lane from l.a. to tokyo i'm so fancy ♪ ♪ can't you taste this gold? remember my name 'bout to blow now everybody sing trash the hotel ♪ ♪ let's get drunk on the mini bar make the phone call feels so good getting what i want yeah, keep on ♪ ♪ turning it up chandelier swinging ♪ [ muted ] ♪ yeah i'm deluxe ♪ classic, expensive, you don't get to touch ♪ >> everybody, make some noise. ♪ still stuntin', how you love that ♪ ♪ got the whole world asking how i does that hot girl, hands off don't touch that ♪ ♪ look at it i bet you wishing
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you could clutch that it's just the way you like it, huh? ♪ [ muted ] ♪ i'm so fancy you already know ♪ ♪ i'm in the fast lane from l.a. to tokyo say i'm so fancy can't you taste this gold? ♪ ♪ remember my name 'bout to blow everybody sing who that, who that, i-g-g-y ♪ ♪ that do that, do that, i-i-g-g-y who that, who that i-i-i-g-g-y blow ♪ >> everybody sing. ♪ who-who-who-who that, who that, i-g-g-y that do that, do that, i-i-g-g-y ♪ ♪ who that, who that, i-i-i-g-g-y blow ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank y
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] everybody, a great friday morning. big thank you to iggy azalea and she is going to play us into the weekend with a big hit "work." watch it on our live stream on goodmorningamerica.com. have a great weekend, america.
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>> another beautiful day on the way. here is jacqui jeras. >> reporter: we get one more day with lower humidity before things creep up for the weeke
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temperatures will crank up as well. today, seasonal temperatures. we should reach the lower 80s in most locations . lots of sunshine, few clouds will develop late this afternoon. as we head into tomorrow, we're going to be seeing warmer temperatures, grilling out tonight, still a good idea. temperatures in the 70s, partly cloud skies. 90 on sunday, few storms on saturday afternoon. >> reporter: it is a pleasant surprise for folks on the roadways today. off and on pockets of heavy traffic. headed into silver spring, not too bad on the outer loop of the beltway. once you get past new hampshire avenue, we are seeing slowing. as you get closer to georgia avenue, making a trip over to i270. now, on 66, in virginia, no accidents to report. and again just pockets of heavy traffic off and on especially as you head toward centreville. back to you. >> anchor: all right. thank you, checking top
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shooting rampage in mongomery county is expected to appear in court today. he is charged with killing 3 people including his estranged wife, the shootings happened in 3 separate locations last month. and the capital pride parade is coming up tomorrow at 4:30. if you can make it we will be streaming it for you at wjla.com. and coming up on our sister station, news channel 8, at 9:1t funny man leslie jordan will be in the studio getting everybody pumped up for the parade. that's on good morning washington on news channel 8 where you can get more news, weather and traffic on good morning washington on news channel 8. all day long. have a great
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>> from the beach house t "live! with kelly." today, hollywood superstar dwayne johnson. and from the new series, "braindead," aaron tveit. d we're cooking up sal mon souvlaki on the beach house grill. and alec baldwin is kelly's co-host for the day. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are kelly ripa and alec baldwin! [cheers and applause] ♪

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