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` good morning, america. `and breaking news, president `obama announcing a big shift in `strategy. `extending the u.s.' military `mission in afghanistan, leaving `thousands of troops there. `reversing his plans to withdraw `by the end of his presidency. ` break overnight, system `failure. `the computers that check `passengers against the terror `watch list shut down in some of `the biggest airports in the `country raising security `concerns. `could terrorists have slipped `through the cracks? ` the dramatic 911 calls `released overnight as lamar odom `continues to fight for his life. `>> they can't get him to wake `up. `he's like not almost not `breathing. `>> the combination of drugs `found in his system and what he `was doing in the hours before he
`was found barely breathing as `family and friends rally by his `side. ` and one of the craziest `baseball plays you'll ever see. `the catcher hits the player's `bat with a flow, a runner scores `to take the lead, even the `umpires are confused. `>> they're going crazy. `>> fans throw bottles on the `feel, benches clear not once but `twice. `we'll show you what happened `next. ` everybody, just calm down. `>> good morning, america. `talk about a seventh inning `stretch. `took 53 minutes for the seventh `inning right there. `what a crazy game. `the rangers versus the blue `jays, see that runner come home. `he was allowed to run even `though the umpire was waving it `off. `it was just an insane inning. `we'll tell you what happened. `>> t.j. will have all the `details. ` but we begin with breaking `news. `president obama announcing he `will leave thousands of troops `in afghanistan beyond next year, `halting the withdrawal.
`abc's martha raddatz has all the `details, joins us from `washington. `good morning, martha. `>> reporter: good morning, `robin. `all of the nearly 10,000 troops `we have now in afghanistan were `supposed to be out by the end of `next year, except those at the `embassy, but the president will `now leave as many as 5500 troops `beyond 2016, their mission will `be similar to what it is now, `counterterrorism operations and `training and assisting the `afghan troops. `the commanders just felt the `afghan forces were not ready to `be on their own and as we've `seen over the last few months, `the taliban is once again on the `rise and isis is as well, robin. `>> how much does this have to do `with what happened in iraq when `president obama pulled out u.s. `forces there and only for them `to return later? `>> reporter: well, that was a `big consideration, robin. `there's been a lot of criticism `and spendinglation that if the `u.s. had had a presence, we `would have been able to track `isis better in iraq or at least
`but today's announcement is a `big step for president obama, `who was the man who wanted to `end both wars only to find them `both flaring up again, robin. `>> all right, martha, we'll see `how this plays on capitol hill. `>> he did not want to make this `decision but felt forced into `it. ` that disruption overnight at `some of the biggest airports in `the country. `customs computers shut down `delaying thousands of passengers `raising serious questions about `security. `abc's aviation correspondent `david kerley has all the latest. `good morning. `>> reporter: good morning, `george. `dulles international airport, `one of the airports hit `overnight, a computer glitch `making it difficult to get in or `out of the country. `line, long lines all a result of `the computer system that checks `the terror watch list, the no `fly list against those who do `want to fly. `it went down meaning getting in `and out of the country was not `easy. `customs and border patrol says `it does have means to check the `no-fly list with those trying to `board planes, but obviously it
`slowed the system dramatically. `>> it's crazy. `i never saw anything like this. `>> reporter: the department of `homeland security says there is `no indication this was a hack or `caused by terrorism. `>> they said it was a nationwide `computer glitch and we all had `to wait. `>> reporter: and wait, they did. `at international airports across `the country, all affected when `this system went down. `passengers taken to social media `with pictures of their line, one `saying, customs outage was a `blast. `the problem affected those `trying to leave or enter the `country. `overnight, customs and border `protection telling abc news, `quote, it experienced a `temporary outage and took `immediate action to address the `technology disruption. `now, temporary outage lasted `about 90 minutes. `customs and border protection `tells me they do have these `glitches often but don't `normally rise to the system `going down like it did last `night, robin. `>> quite a nightmare. `thank you. ` now to a wildfire in texas `exploding in size overnight. `thousands of acres burned.
`homes destroyed. `dozens more threatened. `abc's clayton sandell is there `for us in texas this morning. `good morning, clayton. `>> reporter: and good morning, `robin. `you can see the sheriff here has `set up a roadblock. `they are blocking access to `these neighborhoods. `there are mandatory evacuations `in effect right now for this `fire which is now at 4200 acres `and still growing. `overnight this massive texas `wildfire blowing up more than 10 `times larger than 24 hours ago. `firefighting planes and choppers `assault. `>> the fire has been steadily `growing. `>> reporter: so far the fire has `destroyed nine homes, another `150 are in jeopardy. `>> it's quite scary. `less than a quarter of a mile `away from this. `>> reporter: flames threatening `several surrounding `evacuations. `>> i was able to get stuff out `that i couldn't get replaced `because a lot of people don't `have that opportunity. `>> reporter: firefighters have `been working throughout the
`night desperate to keep the fire `from engulfing any more homes. `>> we're starting the operation `to light a backing fire to try `and get some containment on the `wildfire. `>> reporter: and firefighters `are making progress on that `number. `it is now up to 15% containment. `they obviously want that number `to go up but are facing another `day of hot temperatures, robin. `>> thank you, clayton. `we'll talk about that record `heat, powerful wind gusts in the `south are fueling that fire `right now. `ginger, you have more on that. `>> we could see broken records `from austin to houston, dallas, `jackson, little rock, pretty `much anybody on the map in the `okay and red there, just a few `hundred miles north and just `north of that cold front, oh, `it's cold. `freeze warnings and watches from `the northern plains by tomorrow `morning to chicago, suburbs `could see a frost and then you `go and the core of that cold air `moves to the east. `look how chilly atlanta, 44. `nashville, 37. `boston the old 32 by sunday `morning. `>> thanks very much. ` the race for president now, `"your voice, your vote." `and front-runners riding high.
`biden after wednesday night's `debate. `donald trump packing in more big `crowds. `abc's cecilia vega tracking it `all from las vegas. `good morning, cecilia. `>> reporter: george, good `morning to you. `we now know that debate `shattered records more than 15 `million viewers, hillary `clinton, bernie sanders out `there taking their victory laps `today as you said, donald trump `on the attack but this morning `here's the big question, can `both sides keep this momentum `going? `this morning, hillary clinton `may be feeling lucky in las `vegas, but the political focus `now back on the one person who `wasn't on that debate stage, joe `biden offering praise for his `fellow democrats on wednesday. `>> i was proud of -- i thought `they all did well. `>> reporter: but no hints about `his political future, even as `clinton's campaign packs on the `pressure. `>> i think with respect to vice `president, i think it's time for `him to make the decision. `>> reporter: clinton herself `brushing off a potential biden `bid.
`they're in or they're not in, `will have to make whatever `judgment is best for them. `>> reporter: her rival that is `in the race, making a victory `lap after tuesday's performance. `vermont senator bernie sanders, `that's him, dancing on "ellen." `>> who has better hair, you or `donald trump? `>> that goes without saying. `>> yeah. `>> reporter: that famous hair `drawing thousands to a rally in `virginia. `>> last night, with bernie `sanders and hillary and the `other three guys that nobody `even knows who the hell they `are, who are they? `>> reporter: but the donald `wasn't the only trump making `news. `ivanka saying her dad would make `a great president for women. `>> he's blunt, he's direct. `he is nongender specific in his `criticism of people. `he would be incredible for women `in this country. `>> reporter: and ivanka says she `is a close friend of chelsea `clinton and says politics and `friendship lines do not cross.
`i want to read you what she `said. `the politics of our parents is `not relative to our friendship, `george. `i'm not sure her parents would `be able to say the same thing `today. `>> let's hope they can keep it `up. `okay, cecilia, thanks very much. `to jon karl about this and, jon, `vice president biden saying he `was proud of what he saw on the `debate stage but it comes as a `lot of democrats seem to think `the door is closing on a `possible bid by him. `he's not saying anything. `>> reporter: no decision yet `from biden but i've got to tell `you i've spoken to a lot of `biden confidant, people very `close to the vice president, `there is a growing sense even `among them that he may have `waited too long, that the `decision is being made for him. `i mean, the debate, a big `factor, as one biden longtime `friend told me he needed to be `at that debate. `this biden friend said if you're `going to run for president you `actually need to run the party `instead of seeing a wounded `front-runner with hillary `clinton out there saw a very `strong performance for hillary `clinton and much less of a
`rationale for biden to get into `the race. `>> first deadline october 29th. `the vice president had lunch `with the president yesterday. `this could be putting the `president in kind of a tricky `situation. `what's the white house thinking? `>> reporter: well, i got to tell `you, i cannot find a single `senior staff member in the white `house, a single senior aide to `the president who thinks biden `is going to run. `the clear sense in the west wing `is that he will not run `although, george, all of those `senior officials acknowledge `that they don't know for sure `anything. ` a health alert about a `supplements. `a new study finds they are `responsible for sending more `than 20,000 people a year to the `emergency room. `many of them children and young `adults. `abc's dr. richard besser is here `and, rich, this is the first `study of its kind. `tell us more about what it `discovered. `>> the first time anyone has `taken a look to see, did there
`the cdc and fda found on average `23,000 people every year to the `er. `2100 people every year `hospitalized from this and one `in five are young kids getting `into someone else's products `that weren't for them but `interestingly, a large group of `the adults, one in four were `young adults, 20 to 34, heart `palpitations from vitamins, `energy drinks and weight loss `products and in the elderly `difficulty swallowing from large `pills. `>> a lot are waking up and want `to reach for their dietary `supplement. `how significant is this study `and what advice do you have? `>> the industry says millions of `people take them every year so `in general they're very staph `but don't go through approval `for safety or effectiveness. `first thing, make sure they're `kept out of the reach of young `children and not required to be `in childproof containers. `the second thing you want to do, `if you have any kind of problem `with swallowing, there's no `limit to the size of the tablet, `think about gel caps or for
`liquids and for anyone `especially thinking about taking `a weight loss or energy product, `talk to your doctor about the `possible side effects. `>> that is always good advice. `talk to your doctor and you'll `be on facebook and twitter. `>> all morning. `>> thanks, rich. ` now to new trouble at `walmart. `the world's largest retailer `announced a huge drop in profits `sparking billions of dollars `this losses for its stockholders `stockholders. `rebecca jarvis here with more on `what it may mean for your holl `shopping. `>> good morning, george. `that move affects almost `everyone with the retirement `savings account because walmart `is one of the most wildly held `stocks in the country but even `if you've never invested in the `market, walmart's struggles `today will mean deeper discounts `this holiday. `this morning, the world's `largest retailer facing a brutal `sell-off. `walmart's stock takataing `wednesday wiping out $21 billion `in value in a matter of hours. `the worst day in 27 years for `the company and it caused a
`domino effect across wall street `taking down many other major `retailers with it. `now, all that setting the stage `for deep discounts ahead for `you. `>> the retail environment has `been very competitive lately and `i think as we set up for the `holiday season it's going to be `increasingly competitive. `>> reporter: walmart's billion `dollar 14ru6r7 is caused in part `by amazon. `all struggling to grow sales and `this holiday season isn't `expected to get much better. `the national retail federation `expects consumer spending to `increase only 3.7% from last `year. `so, retailers are slashing `prices. `>> what will you do with your `savings. `>> reporter: already offering `everything from layaway to price `matching to friends and family `discounts to get you in their `storrs and on their sites as `soon as possible. `>> i think we'll see pretty `aggressive discounts. `i think 30%, 40% off will be `pretty standard fare.
`>> reporter: 30% to 40% off is `standard fare. `now if you're wondering why do `all of these christmas sales `have to start so early? `here's your answer. `one in four shoppers plan to `finish their holiday shopping by `the end of november, robin and `george, it means the early bird `gets the worm whether they're `the shopper or the retailer. `worm. `>> following lara's example. `>> not done. `getting there. `>> let's go to amy with today's `other top stories. `this major protest in baltimore. `>> i do. `a tense scene early this morning `in baltimore. `demonstrators protesting police `brutality occupied city hall `overnight refusing to leave `after a city committee approved `the appointment of the new `police commissioner, so far at `least 12 protesters have been `arrested. ` escalating tensions in `israel have the white house `situation. `israeli forces are sealing off `palestinian neighborhoods to `help stem the bloodiest violence `since peace talks broke down
`secretary of state john kerry `will head to that region but a `state department comment on `wednesday suggesting that israel `may be using excessive force `could further strain `u.s./israeli relations. ` a plea deal could be `announced as early as today in `the scandal surround dennis `hastert. `he is charged with paying a `former friend to cover up past `misconduct which reportedly `included sexual misconduct even `with a deal, hastert could face `prison time. ` violent crash on a `california freeway. `a truck speeds up trying to pass `a mustang then loses control `veering off the road flipping `over and landing in a car `dealership. `witnesses say it may have been `road rage because both vehicles `tried to merge into the same `lane at the same time. ` well, some sticker shock for `commuters in denver. `this is incredible. `story. `$40 $40,
`authorities are hoping to reduce `congestion and push drivers to `use an electronic toll pass. `i think that'll do the trick, `guys. ` finally, cue the music for `this story. ` fly like an eagle `>> look at this video shot by a `camera mounted on the back of an `eagle as it soared over london. `the city's landmarks clearly `visible. `his name is sid think and his `footage will be used in a new `video game, cool but pretty much `i just wanted to play steve `miller band. `>> absolutely. `>> can we throw in some "jungle `love." `>> moving like that. `thanks for bringing that to us. ` benches clear twice after `one of the strangest plays
`>> back now at 7:17 with that `bizarre play in game five `between texas and toronto that `caused benches to clear not once `but twice and sent fans into a `frenzy. `abc's t.j. holmes has all the `details. `strangest plays in playoff `history. `>> a run scores. `>> reporter: and the result, `benches clear. `>> the dugouts have emptied. `>> reporter: a crowd reveals. `>> we have to get the players `off the field. `>> reporter: in the end the `toronto blue jays brought home `their first alds title in over `22 years. `>> championship series. `>> reporter: the turning point, `the 53-minute seventh inning `with a score tied 2-2. `the blue jays catcher makes what
`to the pitcher but the ball `deflects off the bat of the `texas ranger shin-soo choo, a `run allowed to score but even `the umps don't seem sure that `was the right call and the game `is temporarily halted for 18 `minutes while they confer. `the fans angrier by the minute. `>> they are going crazy throwing `everything in this place. `>> reporter: the toronto player `tries to calm the crowd but `they're not having it. `the benches clear, that ranger's `run allowed to stand but it `served as a rallying run for the `blue jays and rangers make three `errors in quick succession. `then with the score tied 3-3, `the jays' jose bautista steps to `the plate. `>> bautista with a drive. `deep left field. `>> reporter: capping off their `victory with the bat flip heard `around the world. `you're not supposed to flip your `bat. `he tossed it in the dugout but `the ump got it right.
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` good morning, america. `and you're looking at the top of `somebody's head live at dulles `international airport. `>> this just in, robin. `>> it's one of the major `international airports across `the country hit by a major `outage overnight. `the computers that check against `the terror watch list going down `that raised some important `security kerrs. `>> david kerley is on that case. `here's some of the other `headlines. `randy quaid back in court in `vermont facing fugitive charges. `quaid and his wife on the run `for five years accused of `vandalism in california. `both being held on $500,000 `bail. ` can you imagine flying from `new york to london in an hour? `airbus has designed the `successor to the concorde
`five times the speed of sound. `big question is will they `actually build that? `>> who needs to go that fast? `suits or something. `>> i would wear it just to get `there that quick. `they could make one my size, i'm `in it. ` also this morning, big `change coming to the way you pay `at some restaurants. `>> this could just be the tip of `the iceberg. `>> ooh. `>> have we reached the no `tipping point when it comes to `tipping at restaurants? `one of the men behind some of `the most successful restaurants, `you know, something he's going `down -- something he's exploring `and find out about that in "the `speed feed." `>> you've been hanging around us `too much. `>> puntastic. `>> i'm learning from you. ` we'll find out about that in `"the speed feed." ` we begin with new details `about lamar odom. `he is continuing to fight for `his life this morning. `we're learning the 911 and `hearing the 911 calls from when `he was found unresponsive. `abc's kayna whitworth is in las
`vegas with the latest. `good morning, kayna. `>> reporter: robin, good morning `to you. `right now the hospital is `remaining quiet about lamar `odom's condition. `this as his friends and family `are gathering in support. `now, we've learned that this was `the first time odom visited that `brothel and now everyone is `wondering what happened what `left this 6'10" former athlete `fighting for his life? `>> is he conscious? `>> no. `>> reporter: overnight et ght newly `released 911 calls from the `brothel where lamar odom was `found unconscious. `>> he has blood coming out his `nose, white stuff coming out of `his mouth and they can't get him `to wake up. `>> the reporting part informed `the dispatch the male had been `using cocaine. `>> reporter: odom unresponsive `and barely breathing in the vip `suite at the nevada love ranch `rushed to a local hospital and `moved to a hospital in las `vegas, the 35-year-old now `surrounded by family and
`friends. `>> at this time we pray for his `recovery. `>> reporter: the kardashian `family rallying around the `former nba star. `kris jenner sending her prayers `over instagram and kendall `jenner tweeting please don't go. `others offering prayers and `support for odom. `>> i hope that he really pulls `through. `that's really important because `he's had such a big heart. `he's helped so many people so `now it's our turn to help him. `>> reporter: staffers say he was `there for four days drinking and `taking herbal viagra they sold `on site. `>> lamar was acting like a fun `guy. `he wasn't out of his mind. `he wasn't speeding around. `he was going to bed at night, `getting good sleep. `he was eating healthy. `>> reporter: but one employee at `the love ranch saying something `changed monday night. `was there any, you know, any `sign of his kind of attitude `changing? `>> he did get a phone call and `that phone call had seemed to `bum him out.
`the night before he was `hospitalized, you know, he had `told the girls that he wanted to `spend that night alone. `>> reporter: on tuesday morning `he was visited once at 6 a.m. `and then again midday when he `was asleep. `but when he didn't rise by 3:00, `two women found lamar completely `unalert. `>> horrifying site. `one of the girls in the last 24 `hours has not quit crying. `another girl is not available. `we don't even know where she's `at. `>> talking to lamar much? `>> i can't find him. `>> reporter: it hasn't been an `easy few years for the `basketball star and father of `two. `after splitting with wife khloe `kardashian, he was cut from the `new york knicks after just three `months and this past june, one `of his best friends died of an `apparent drug overdose. `>> lamar stuff will weigh on me `for the rest of my life. `the marriage didn't work out, `not because of me, that wasn't `what i wanted so for the rest of `my life i'm going to deal with `that and worry about him and `think about him and want just to `protect him.
`>> reporter: now we've learned `this morning that lamar's two `children from a previous `girlfriend have just arrived in `las vegas. `also it's important to note as `of this morning khloe and lamar `have signed divorce papers but `that judgment hasn't been `entered into the court yet so as `of this morning, they're still `legally married and, robin and `george, "people" magazine is `reporting that khloe is making `all of his medical decisions. `>> i did not know that. `>> how much she cares for him `deeply. `>> she does, okay. ` we turn to those fantasy `sports sites in the headlines `again this morning. `fbi now investigating whether `some of the sites have defrauded `players and fostered illegal `gambling. `david wright with the story. `>> reporter: this probe is `reportedly in its early stages. `the justice department still `figuring out what to make of `this billion dollar industry `that for now is completely un `unregulated. `the feds want to know is it many `galing? `is it something else and whether `these companies are breaking any `laws. `this morning, the booming daily `fantasy sports business faces a
`new legal hurdle. `>> just choose a league, pick a `team and get your cash winnings. `>> reporter: the fbi and justice `department launched an inquiry `into the practice of these `billion dollar daily fantasy `sports websites. `after last week's revelation `that an employee of draftkings `won $350,000 on a rival site, `fanduel and may have shared `inside information. `"the wall street journal" `reports today that agents from `the fbi's boston office have `already reached out to `draftkings customers. `>> draftkings.com combines one `day fantasy sports with winning `life-changing amounts of cash. `>> reporter: players have won `huge sums but they would insist `it's because they're good at `picking team, not because they `information. `the gomes brothers won a million `dollars in one bet and are not `investigation. `>> some are better than others `but they put more time and `effort into it and learned and `grown to that point.
`i don't think anything is unfair `honestly. `>> reporter: new york's attorney `general is launching his own `probe demanding that both sites `share internal information and `policy. `>> it's something we're taking a `look at. `fraud is fraud. `>> reporter: both companies have `denied any wrongdoing and have `voluntarily blocked employees `from participating in daily `fantasy games for now. `draftkings said in a statement `wednesday night, it's entirely `predictable that the government `would follow up on the `misleading reports about our `industry and that they strongly `disagree with any notion that `our company has engage the in `any illegal activities." `but we reached out to fanduel, `as well, they told us no `comment. `george, robin. `>> thanks. ` coming up on "gma," we have `an abc news exclusive for you. `the parents of that high school `football player hit hard in the `head, now suing the school `district. `what they said happened to their `son. `you'll see it next here on `"gma." `come on back. @ we thought we' d be ready. but demand for our@ cocktail bitters was huge.
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` 7:41. `back now with a family of a high `school football player who says `their son is severely `debilitated from hits he took on `the field. `they're suing the school `district claiming the coach put `the junior back in the game even `though he told the too much he `wasn't feeling well. `abc's matt gutman is here with `the news, exclusive, matt, good `morning to you. `>> reporter: 17-year-old trey `enloe said he was feeling `nauseated, dizzy, had headaches. `those are classic concussion `symptoms. `his doctor said he probably `suffered a concussion on the `first play of the game, but he `ended up playing the rest of it `making that brain injury so much `worse. `this is the moment trey enloe's `life changed. `number 60, the kicker, crashing `helmet-to-helmet with that `player. `>> when he got home that day and `his life changed. `>> reporter: during this junior `varsity game last year, the `18-year-old stumbling off the
`field asking his coach to bench `him. `his parents telling abc news `exclusive `exclusively -- `>> he was trying to tell his `teammate something about a play `and his words were slurred. `>> reporter: he was unable to `follow simple instruction `according to a suit his family `filed against the san diego `school district but his coach `allegedly sent him wobbling back `in saying, i don't have time for `this right now. `he ended up playing most of the `game suffering additional hits `and when a doctor finally saw `him -- `>> he motioned like you need to `get down here now. `that's when i knew something was `really wrong. `>> reporter: his family says `trey is now severely `debilitated. `>> he has very severe migrant `grains. `>> reading right now is very `painful for him. `he literally winces in pain. `>> reporter: the coach denied `the claims telling "the san `diego voice" it was never `communicated to me once that `trey was injured. `but the family attorney says `they have a strong case.
`>> you've got a coach that `violated every policy and `procedure to protect our young `students. `>> reporter: researchers at `purdue university recently `concluded that brain injury `among high school football `players like trey could be `shockingly per vasistic, roughly `50% of the players examined even `ones without concussion symptoms `showed changes to the neurology `and biochemistry of their `brains. `look at this preseason brain `scan of one player involved in `the study compared to the same `player's brain after the season. `the brain activity seems `changed. `>> once you've had a concussion `the risk of additional injury is `way up. `>> reporter: trey's concussion `happened a year ago tomorrow. `and his father worries there `still is not enough awareness. `>> this will play out this `weekend on football fields all `over america. `pay attention to how real this `is. `>> reporter: now, i want to show `you those images interest that `study. `take a look on the left.
`that's a brain of a healthy high `school football player before `the season starts. `see these orange and blue dots, `that's the circuitry the brain `is trying to use to complete a `tack. `now take a look at the right `side. `the same kid during the season, `see how those images on the `right, there's so many fewer `dots of the red and blue. `those are the ways in which the `brain has rewired itself to `complete that same task. `all to avoid using those damaged `areas and, remember, this is a `kid without a diagnosed `concussion and maybe the most `disturbing part of that study it `took up to five months for some `of those players' brains to `heal. `lara. `>> does the brain ever really `fully heal? `that's also the question people `are asking. `you played football, michael. `>> it is one of these things -- `it's this catch-22. `so many kids that want to play `and parents who want them to `play but you have to listen to `the kid. `if the kid says, i don't feel `well, these are the symptoms, `trust them they know what `they're talking about. `nothing worse than having some `kid injured over trying to win a `football game. `it's not important at all.
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` good morning, america. `it's 8:00 a.m. `"dance moms" drama. `the tough talking reality tv `star charged with fraud and `hiding hundreds of thousands of `dollars. `the moment the judge became `suspicious. ` ` america's most famous `quarterback tackles one of `america's favorite drinks `calling out coca-cola. `>> i mean, it's poison for kids. `>> he didn't stop there blasting `frosted flakes and the companies `who make them. ` meet the cupcake queens, the `sisters with a sweet recipe for `losing weight. `>> together we lost over 100 `pounds. `>> how they teamed up to get `back in shape. `>> we didn't want to diet. `>> the easy steps they took to `get healthy.
`still eating those cupcakes. ` jack black is with us live `and he's bringing our top five `as we say -- ` `>> jack black, good morning, `jack black. `so happy to have you in the `studio. `>> ah! `>> look at that. `>> a little "kung fu panda" `"goosebumps." `always so much fun. `>> we love it when he's here. `he brings it every time. `>> he's totally game. `he's going to do a lot in this `next hour so stay tuned. `right now you might notice that `michael is live streaming this `morning, his whole morning
`routine, in fact, hello. `>> hey, it's just a part of our `routine. `hey, hey. `>> so you guys can watch it on `our website. `revealing his secrets to waking `up happy. `that's to tell you about his new `book and show you how you do it. `it's all happening right here. `>> only time i shut it off is `when i change clothes. `>> thank you. `or maybe not thank you. `>> i'm just saying. `i don't want to advertise `something that's not happening. `>> we're on tv all the time but `we still wave. `>> hi. `>> why does everybody do that. `>> this is really interesting `seeing it through here to see `what you really do see. `it's really great. `everybody at home can appreciate `it. `>> also this morning we have `great fall "deals & steals," `lotions and soaps from my `beloved hometown, and all the `deals are less than $20 or less. `>> with tory. `the morning rundown from amy.
`>> good morning, everyone. `the big story, a major policy `shift by president obama. `he is keeping 5500 troops in `afghanistan beyond next year. `that is five types more than `originally planned. `this decision comes amid new `concern about the readiness of `afghan forces just weeks after `the taliban seized control of a `major city. ` well, a computer glitch is `being blamed for major delays at `some of the country's busiest `airports. `thousands of passengers entering `and leaving the country were `stuck in customs for hours when `the system that checks names `against a terror watch list shut `down. `officials say other security `layers were in place to make `sure no one slipped through the `cracks. ` well, firefighters in `central texas have a tough day `ahead of them as they battle a `wildfire that is now ten times `bigger than it was just 24 hours `ago. `the flames have destroyed at `least nine homes southeast of `austin, 150 others are `threatened. ` well, some disappointing `news in the fight against colon `cancer.
`calcium or vitamin d does little `to nothing to prevent growths on `the colon that can lead to `cancer. `they say nearly half of patients `with polyps and other growths `who took those sumps developed `new growths. ` a reality tv star could face `a legal battle that could land `her behind bars. `the "dance moms" instructor `accused of stashing away cash `while filing for bankruptcy. `abc's linzie janis has that `story. `>> don't raise your kid to be a `sneak. `>> reporter: the tough talking `reality tv star who lays down `the law on "dance moms." `but this morning, dance coach `abby lee miller in real legal `drama of her own. `charged with fraud, concealing `assets and lying in bankruptcy `filings. `>> sometimes your best isn't `good enough anymore. `>> reporter: miller who owns `several dance studios filed for `bankruptcy back in 2010 just `four months before she started `shooting "dance moms" but `according to the indictment `instead of declaring her new
`more than $750,000 in earnings `from her hit tv shows, seminars `and merchandise sales, in 2012 `and 2013. `>> there was a scheme to `defraud. `>> reporter: miller allegedly `sending an e-mail to a business `partner and her account `apartment with the subject line, `let's make money and keep me out `of jail. `instructing them not to raise `any red flags and don't put cash `in the bank. `overnight, miller did not `respond to our request for `comment. `if convicted, miller faces up to `five years behind bars and a `$250,000 fine for each of the 20 `counts in the indictment. `she's not yet entered a plea. `for "good morning america," `linzie janis, abc news, new `york. `>> our thanks to linzie for `that. ` finally a warning if you `ever want to take pictures of a `cola you may be subjected to the `most adorable hug ever. `watch what happened to this
`he was not getting away `without -- `>> come on. `>> oh, a little loving hug on `the leg and that koala is known `for causing mischief in the park `and there is just no stopping `this little guy. `>> i see that. `>> when he's looking for some `love. `>> ah. `>> he's a koala-fied hugger. `>> that was top three. `>> i agree. `top three. `>> thank you, amy. ` to michael in the social `square. ` i'm still here live scream `streaming. `it's going to be hard. `on the "gma morning menu," tom `brady is tackling junk food and `taking on some of the most `popular treats your kids eat. ` how you can have your cake `and eat it too. `the sisters behind georgetown `cupcakes, share secrets for `losing weight. ` amazing "deals & steals" for `$20 or less. `we have all that and, of course,
venergy. v focus. rhelp turn your kidsrpotential into reality. t start every day with t milk' s 8 grams oft high-quality protein. t how will you milk life? ` we have so much more ahead `this morning. `the perfect fall "deals & `steals" all for $20 and less. `you got to put that on. `we'll explain what this is with `tory and michael is live `streaming showing us how he `wakes up happy. `a way to make you happier. `put that on. `>> put it on. `>> a lot of fun here coming up. `
` where is this going? `>> are you going to do it all `day? `>> i hope not. `my arm is tired. `>> you can see this all on our `website. `>> yes. `>> go on our website. `can you see all of this. `there you go. `>> or right here. `now it's time for the "heat `index" and this morning's hot `button, tom brady on a different `kind of offense condemning food `and beverage companies for lying `to customers calling coca-cola `abc's linsey davis has the `story. `>> reporter: this morning, `america's most famous `quarterback is taking on an `unlikely opponent. `patriots quarterback tom brady `gets heated in an interview on `weei on monday not about his `latest game but about coca-cola. `>> the fact that they can sell `that, you know, to kids, `that's -- i mean that's piecen `for kids but they keep doing it. `>> reporter: and he's not
`also taking a shot at breakfast `cereal going after tony the `tiger. `>> that's just america and `that's what we've been `conditioned to so we believe `that frosted flakes are `actually -- is a food. `>> reporter: the 38-year-old `four-time super bowl champ `crediting a healthy diet as part `of his on-field success accusing `certain companies of false `advertising. `>> all those companies make lots `of money selling those things. `they have lots of money to `advertise. `when you go to the super bowl, `it's, you know, that's -- who `are the sponsors? `that's the education that we `get. `that's what we get brainwashed `to believe. `that all these things are normal `food groups. `>> reporter: coca-cola firing `back saying in a statement that `all of its beverages are safe `and can be enjoyed as part of a `balanced lifestyle. `kellogg defending frosted flakes `cereal for having valuable `nutrients and being associated `with lower body mass index in `both children and adults. `lately brady seems less inclined `to hold his tongue after `speculation about his marriage `to supermodel giselle bundchen
`being on the rocks, he spoke `rather candidly in this `brand-new interview with our `partner, yahoo! `>> she's my best friend so we `get to do everything together `and especially when you're, you `know, fortunate to be in a `relationship with someone that `you love to death and you love `doing anything with them. `>> reporter: for "good morning `america," linsey davis, abc `news, new york. `>> rich besser is back. `i won't ask you to comment on `his marriage. `>> no. `>> this is kind of unusual to `see someone like brady speaking `out in this way. `>> it is. `as a pediatrician and parent i `know the issues with sugar and i `also know that the advertising `really makes a big difference of `there's been a call of banning `of advertising directed towards `kids because they know that it `sells sugar sweetened cereal and `sodas and we've been trying to `move away from that. `>> it's not fair to kid, right? `>> it's hard. `they see their heros doing this `and say, i want to be like them. `>> so break it down. `average soda, average sweetened `cereal. `graphic.
`at it. `64 grams of sugar in a 20-ounce `soda equivalent to 16 sugar `cube, four types the amount of `sugar a kid is supposed to have `in an entire day. `it's twice what an adult is `supposed to have in an entire `enormous amount. `take a look at a breakfast `cereal. `an average bowl, 12 grams of `sugar, that's three teaspoons of `sugar -- three cubes of sugar. `it's about what they're supposed `to have in an entire day. `>> what are the effects of `sugar. `>> we're learning more and more. `weight gain, obesity but `increased cholesterol, heart `disease, diabetes, sugar is `the -- it used to be all fat. `now it's really all pointing to `sugar. `>> before you get to that you `crash what are some alternatives `for parents who may be on a time `and budget constraint? `>> there's simple breakfast. `a banana, smear peanut butter `and raisin, a little yogurt with `fresh fruit.
`all quick, out the door in five `minutes. `>> so really do try to stay away `from cereal. `>> doesn't mean you can't ever `have sugar but kids are growing `up just living on this stuff and `not good for their health. `>> moderation. `>> how about water instead of `soda. `>> water is the way to go. `if as parents you set that `example and start off -- `>> my kids water when we go out `to eat. `>> mom, like, nope -- it's free, `too. `>> it is free. `>> yeah, talk about -- it is if `you don't buy the bottled stuff. `out of the tap, great way to go. `>> as kids we could never have `what we call them cold drinks. `drink. `>> it was a special event. `>> now i don't have a taste for `it because i didn't do it. ` next up our "heat index" ," a `sweet weight loss story. `sisters known for their `cupcakes, but still shed a `combined 100 pounds without `giving up the cupcakes. `abc's mara schiavocampo is here. `how did they do it. `>> reporter: speaking of sugar, `right, losing weight is hard
`it when you're surrounded by `cupcakes all day. `well, these sisters say they did `it just by literally putting one `foot in front of the other. `katherine berman and sophie are `related in more ways than just `one. `co-owners of georgetown `cupcakes, stars of the popular `tlc show "d.c. cupcakes"? `good. `>> reporter: and sisters and now `the pair can add massive weight `loss to their list of things in `common. `while pregnant two years ago `katherine gained 60 pounds. `>> the weight came on so quickly `and so fast for me and my `portions were a little bit out `of control. `>> reporter: sophie found `herself getting heavier too. `putting on the sympathy weight. `>> i was basically eating as `much as katherine even though i `was not eating for two and `katherine's sister, i went for `seconds and thirds too. `>> someone eating a lot you just `naturally eat as much as they `do.
`you're in the same surroundings `and same situation and before i `knew it, i had gained 40 pounds. `>> reporter: so after the baby `came the sisters got to work and `in nine months. `>> all: together we lost over `100 pounds. `>> reporter: necessary rest pay `to sweet success. `>> we didn't want to diet. `that's not a word in our `vocabulary as bakers so we `started walking. `that's all we did. `we walked six miles a day, five `days a week and we did it `consistently. `>> reporter: while they even `allowed themselves one cupcake a `day, they also focused on more `sensible portions overall which `experts say is important. `>> it's really important to `think about how one can balance `their diet and how that fits `into their overall lifestyle. `exercise alone is not the only `answer. `diet alone is not the only `answer. `there needs to be a real balance `and marriage of the two. `>> reporter: two baking queens `having their cupcake and eating
`it. `love those puns there. `the sisters say the big business `partners also helped them `because they're used to working `together and supporting each `other, another thing they said `they did they weigh themselves `every day which i'm a big fan `of. `it's hard for weight to creep up `on you when you're always paying `attention so there you go. `>> diet and exercise. `thanks, mara. `>> as always. `outside to michael. `>> all right, thank you, guys `and now to big savings on tory `johnson's "deals & steals" this `morning. `items you will love that are $20 `or less. `>> that's a way to wake up `there you go. `>> let's get it started. `>> first up from sun sash i `brought these for you here. `take a look. `company. `easiest way to have halloween. `trio from minnesota. `too. `such fun. `not just for halloween but any `day. `an amazing deal. `sitewide with a big assortment.
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`last but not least. `another "shark tank" company `game face. `decals and tattoos for your `face, easier than applying face `paint. `>> great idea. `>> we have a bump of them over `there. `our fun crowd is holding theirs `up over there. `those are just the decals but `you can -- they stick on to your `face or the tattoos actually go `on to your face, a ton of fun, `inexpensive. `normally $3 to $8 slashed in `half $1.50 to 4 bucks. `you can't beat that. `>> i tell you what, you can't `beat that. `you never cease to amaze me with `all these great "deals & steals" `and thanks to all these `companies for providing great `deals. `head to goodmorningamerica.com `on yahoo! to get the codes and `links for these bargains and `thank you, tory johnson, one `more time. `let's go over to ginger. `>> oh, michael. `we're out here making friends. `taking selfies, new friend from `minnesota and all talking about `the chill on the way. `if you are sticking around for `the weekend it is going going to get `cold here and get cold there
`shenandoah, pretty fall foliage. `the first freeze or frost of the `weekend, hartford to `rhinelander, temperatures will `dip. `it won't stay around for that `long but make sure everybody is `well `kevin: a lot of sunshine. `temperature starting in the `30' s. `to the west, a couple of `showers. `each disturbance has slightly `cooler air behind it. `cooler air we will have today. `50' s most of the day. `a couple of lower 60' s in `southern spots. `a few high clouds drift in later `on today. `a chance to shower overnigh `>> too many birthdays to talk `about out here. `we'll go ahead and get to "pop." `>> thank you, ginger. `time for "pop news," you guys. `and get ready to have a very `murray christmas. `>> oh.
`>> this morning we have a sneak `peek for you. `bill murray's new holiday `special. `it just makes me laugh saying it `coming to netflix. `the star has high hopes, he `actually promises it will go `down as the greatest in history. `>> wow. `>> in history from the looks of `the cast we're not doubting him. `he's got george clooney, chris `rock, miley cyrus and maya `rudolph. `>> come on. `>> to name just a few all taking `part in a variety style show. `it's an early christmas gift `arriving on december 4th. `>> i love this song. `>> i love it too. `>> and i love bill murray. `>> he's perfect. ` so george knows if you don't `know this we talk about it `the doctor away. `you have one every single day. `very healthy. `strong like bull. `that's what i think, strong like `bull. `we know that an asian pear a day `keeps the hangover away. `>> i bet you investigated this. `>> i did investigate it. `[ laughter ] `i did.
`i did. `i tried -- i tried many `varieties of pears. `turns out the asian pear is the `key. `and we have discovered in this `"pop news" investigation or in `this have another pop `investigation, the key to `avoiding the grapes of wrath or `the wrath of the grapes, amy, `yes. `>> love it. `>> researchers in australia have `discovered that eating an asian `pear or drinking 7.4 ounces of `its juice speeds alcohol `digestion, participants in a `study -- myself included -- `rated hangover simms as much `less severe if they had just an `asian pear prior to a wild night `out. `boozers, be warned, you have to `drink it before. `it will not work as a hem di `after the fact. `>> i had a friend who said momma `love the grape. `>> momma love the grape. `>> look at that smile. `>> it wasn't me.
`and finally just a quickie, it's `getting close to halloween so we `wanted to show you this kitten `who wants to be a goat this `year. `>> oh. `>> or could it be a goat that is `dressed up as a kitten? `you be the judge. `a little food for thought. `>> or could it be dub smash? `>> you know what, amy -- `>> don't ruin it for us. `>> okay. `i'm sorry. `>> impersonate, okay. `>> her kids only drink water. `>> i didn't say only. `>> momma drinks more than water `but her kids only drink water. `>> all right. `>> a lot more fun ahead. `jack black is going to be here. ` behind the scenes of "how to `get away with murder."
`erin: good morning. `a salem mom accused of `overdosing on heroine in front `of her four-year-old daughter. `kari houlne is charged with `endangering the welfare of this `child. `and man called them from la `quinta inn, and said the mother `was unconscious, not breathing, `but he gave her narcan and `revived her. `her daughter is now staying with `family. `the cost to hunt and fish in new `hampshire is going up. `the state fish and game `commission approved raising fees
`for the first time in 12 years. `most licenses will cost an extra `$10 next year. `outside we go. `seeing some clouds. `any rain today? `kevin: not looking at rain `chances today. `past wednesday night, the system `gives us a chance for showers. `the next the disturbances out of `canada brings in cooler and `cooler air. `i a lot of folks starting the `day in the 30' s and 40' s. `upper 20' s up north. `very close to where we should be `this time of year. `a light breeze out of the `southwest. `clouds moving in overnight. `a few showers by morning. `clearing skies and similar `temperatures tomorrow afternoon. `the second disturbance may have `mixed showers and a little bit `of light snow. `beyond that, the cooler air
` right now, time to count `down "the top 5." `>> that is right. `it is time for the "top 5." `new countdown every morning `taking us to number one, the `biggest, the best, the buzziest `and you have a special guest. `>> i sure do. `none other than jack black with `us live this morning. `so we're going to talk to jack `coming up about the new movie, `fantastic called "goosebumps." `right now, though, the "top 5" `movie characters, named jack, `compiled by amazon. `jack will impersonate each one `and we will guess them. `jack, number five. `would you please impersonate `number five. `>> here's johnny!
`>> jack nick surveillance k ckel holson in "the `shining." `>> it was just cannes. `it was only cannes. `>> are you english? `>> yes. `>> no. `no. `it was jack travian from idea `speed." `>> hit the thing and they `thought it was a baby carriage. `that was my 00 keanu. `need to work on that. `>> i thought he was scottish. `>> i'm the king of the world. `>> lee onardo dicaprio. `>> jack dawson. `>> sounds just like my other `one. `i hate these rather orange `octobers. `>> jack ryan. `>> and the last one. `>> jack sparrow. `>> wow!
`>> way to go. `your top five jacks in movie `history besides, of course, the `one and only jack black. `talk to him coming up. `>> i, man, that was not very `good to be honest. `>> it was great. `so -- `? `wait. `give me my blue card. `i need that thing. `oh, just go over there. `>> come on over. `>> oh, there it is. `i had it right there all along. `>> we sit with jack black and `discuss the film. `>> absolutely. `>> you have kids. `this? `>> yeah. `>> i read the books to my kids. `>> it was one of the reasons `outside just loved the character `for real. `>> so tell everybody a little `about "goosebumps." `you play the author. `>> yeah. `>> stines. `>> i play,l. stins. `all the creatures and monsters i `have ever written exist in real `life and trapped inside the `manuscripts and when the `manuscripts open out come my `monsters that i've written and
`kids trying to's capture the `monsters by running around town `trying to suck them in the book. `>> none other than,ly, stine was `on the red carpet. `>> jack black was the highlight `of the whole experience. `what an actor. `what a performance. `unbelievable. `he looks just like me. `>> that's really touching. `that was so sweet of him to say. `thanks, l. `>> all right, it was you. `what did your kids think? `i understand you got to have a `special screening. `very cool dad move at their `school. `>> i did. `i asked sony pictures if i could `screen it at their school and `they flipped. `they loved it. `obsessed with slappy, the `ventriloquist dummy. `>> i like slappy too. `>> when we went to the premiere `both of my boys wanted to be
`slappy in the premiere. `>> so mission accomplished. `my boys love it. `>> how about you guys? `what do you like to read and `what's your favorite scary book `or movie? `>> my favorite scary book of all `time? `well, i really loved edgar allan `poe short stories when i was a `kid. `>> you really did? `>> pretty advanced. `>> that is advanced. `very dark. `>> yeah. `>> but, you know, i love -- it's `one of my favorite genres, "the `shining" is probably my favorite `movie of all time. `jack nicholson in "the shining." `>> you nailed in our "top 5." `>> that was the only one i `nailed. `>> that was fun. `>> my keanu reeves -- i don't `know. `>> so we understand that you `have also agreed to play a game `with us calling it you don't `know jack. `>> oh, good and it's basically `two truths and a lie. `>> okay. `>> and you will say them to `camera. `two of these things are true. `one is the lie. `we will have to guess which `is --
`>> we'll see if you do know `jack. `>> okay. `here we go, everybody. `you don't know jack, begin. `>> okay. `my first truth, i cried three `times during "toy story 3." `>> truth number two. `>> truth number two. `jack black is a blackjack `master. `>> okay. `>> truth number three, my first `paid acting gig was a commercial `for atari when i was 13. `>> blackjack master, atari `commercial and what was the `first one? `>> and the first one was i cried `three types during "toy story -- `>> what do you think, what was `the lie, the crying? `the crying? `i'm going to say -- i'm going to `just say i think that you're not `really -- it would be too `coincidental to be a blackjack `master. `jack. `>> there's a lot of subtleties `to that blackjack game that i
`three times during "toy story `3." `holding hands going into the -- `and my first paid acting gig was `a commercial for atari. `>> do you remember -- do you `remember what you did in that `commercial? `>> just last night i was lost in `the uple with pitfall harry. `>> nailed it. `>> surrounded by scorpions and `man-eating crocodiles. `it was like it was yesterday. `>> yeah. `>> you never forget your first `gig. `>> you never do. `and we can see now why you are `picture. `>> you're the best. `>> you're the best. `>> give me a hug. `>> give blackjack master. `everybody check out `"goosebumps," kids, parents `alike, it's terrific and in `theaters tomorrow. `thanks for being with us. `>> thank you. `>> back inside to miss amy. `>> chilly out here. `>> it is. `>> thank you and another jack, `jack osbourne opening up about `his battle with ms three years `ago. `he went on to finish third on `"dancing with the stars," hosted `a paranormal investigation show
`and he and his wife lisa `welcomed another baby girl in `june. `abc's sara haines sat down with `the former reality tv star to `find out how he and his family `are doing. `>> reporter: how old is little `andy now? `>> andy is 16 weeks. `she -- me and my wife are `convinced she hates us already. `>> reporter: `>> you posted an `adorable video. `you're the reality tv guy. `is she okay with that. `>> she -- i've had to delete `pictures in the past that `i've -- videos i snuck of her. `she gets a little ticked off. `>> you don't ask for permission. `forgiveness. `>> i've learned now. `>> i could give you a tip or `two. `don't do that. `now you went on "dancing with `the stars" just about a year `after sharing your diagnosis. `was that extra special to not `only be able to do that but to `do so well? `>> i went in it being like, hey, `you know what, i'll do this and `prove a point, people with ms, `we are capable of doing what `everyone else can do and then
`after like three or four weeks `you're just like i'm going -- `i'm winning. `i'm going to keep going. `>> i'm taking this all the way. `you've been working with a `special cane to raise awareness `and dispel maybe some myths you `mentioned. `>> i partnered up and we started `this campaign called you don't `know jack about ms. `when i got diagnosed i'd go `online and go to certain medical `websites and this and that and i `couldn't find anything that was `here's ms. `here's what it is, here's some `information on how to take care `of yourself and here's some `people's experience. `>> what do you think the biggest `myth people have about ms is? `>> i mean there's so many. `i think probably the biggest `myth that i get frustrated by is `that, you know, i think people `automatically assume you're no `longer able-bodied and i think `that's a huge thing. `you'll have to be confined to, `you know, a wheelchair or what `anymore. `there's so many treatments out `there. `>> our thanks to jack and to
`info on the you don't know jack `about ms partnership on that `organization's website. `time now to head back outside `and ginger. `>> and, amy, all we can talk `about is the chill and then `we're starting to think, well, `let's go ahead and get warm. `but you get warm and go to south `florida, this is what's going to `happen. `you see a a beautiful sunrise but `then you may get rain and `storms. `that stationary front will stick `around. `a couple of inches of rain but, `of course a lot of those places `still wanting it after being in `the `kevin: temperatures 50' s to `lower 60' s. `a good deal of sunshine around `today. `clouds increased tonight. `tomorrow, a shower or two early `in the day. ` `>> all that weather brought to `you by amazon prime and now `michael is here with legendary `nfl tight end tony gonzalez `talking about their inspiring `documentary "play it forward." `michael.
`and i am here with tony gonzales `and, tony, yes. `tony, everybody. `and i got to say i had an `opportunity to play against you `when i was with the giants and `you were with the chiefs and you `were with the atlanta falcons `and made a documentary with you `detailing your journey `throughout your career and life `with your brother, chris, and `how was it to see this unfold at `the tribeca film festival to see `your life unfold in front of `everybody. `>> first of all it's surreal `when you see everybody looking `at the personal side. `that's always been the football `side but i was really proud of `the story that we told like you `said it was my journey to one of `the best years of my life. `we went to the nfc championship `life but my brother's journey `and the way it chronicled our `family and how we support each `other is a side of our nfl lives `that most people don't get to `see. `it was really unique from that `standpoint watching how we `support each other and how i `supported my brother through his `journey of becoming a fireman. `>> here's a player who brings a `family with him. `your case is a little different.
`you did bring your family with `you but it was your brother's `dream to play football and he `stepped in and did a lot of `things that a father would do `for you to make sure you made it `and how is the relationship with `your brother? `i know you two didn't talk for a `year and a half after this film `was made. `>> you know, he sacrificed a lot `of his life and his dreams to `really support mine and really `help me. `he was that confidant and that `no guy. `you have a lot of yes people but `he was that no guy. `you're not that good. `you're getting out of hand. `why don't we go home and shut it `down early. `after the doc was shot we `stopped talking and maybe that `was because football got taken `away. `that was always our common `ground. `what we always spoke about but `went through ups and downs but `we are talking today and it's `one of those things, you got to `get it wrong before you get it `right and i think our `relationship now is stronger `than ever. `>> and what do you hope people `take away from this film? `>> you know, like i debated on `whether or not to tell anybody `we stopped talking for a year `and a half after the documentary
`because we supported each other `but i want people to take away `the family dynamic and how we `support -- we're just one story `of many out there. `but like i said in the film `it'll make you laugh. `it'll make you cry but most of `all it's going to make you cheer `not just for sports but for `life. `just chasing your dreams and `getting after it and supporting `each other. `>> it's a family film. `talk about families supporting `each other, helping each other `reach their dreams. `that's what we're all about at `"gma." `we'll send it back to you, amy. `>> all right, thanks so much. `coming up your all access pass `to speaking of family i need `some help here, how to get away `with murder. `>> murder. `>> the cast sharing their `secrets about each other next on
`>> as you can probably tell we `can't get enough of "how to get `away with murder" around here `and our nick watt find out how `to get on the show's set `spending time with emmy winner `viola davis and the outstanding `cast. `>> reporter: murder, mayhem, `sex, more murder, more sex. `>> oh. `>> i'm sorry. `>> reporter: courtroom, bedroom, `classrooms it's addictive tv. `why? `>> i think that it has a very `intriguing leading lady on it. `that's what i think. `>> reporter: you think that's `the secret. `>> very attractive. `>> you think that's the secret. `>> yeah, i do. `>> reporter: maybe the fact that `viola davis puts in an historic `emmy winning performance, the `first ever african-american `dramatic actress winner. `>> this is criminal law 100 or
`as i prefer to call it, how to `get away with murder. `>> reporter: davis, of course, `played annalise keating. `>> i want you to kill me. `>> i'm sorry. `>> reporter: i don't have to `come in in season two and go, `okay, we can't do this script `because you wouldn't say a, b, c `and d. `she can do anything. `>> you're a monster. `>> reporter: and she does. `legal queen bee with her hive of `associates and student hangers `on. `>> it's a closed set but they've `let us in. `they may regret this. `>> stop being so damned `sensitive and get on board. `>> reporter: today i'm taking `class. `my name is nick watt. `welcome to how to give a press `interview 101 or as i like to `call it -- how to embarrass your `cast mates. `i find you all despicable but i `can't help watching it. `>> i feel the same way about `"good morning america." `>> reporter: who is most likely `to actually commit a crime? `>> this woman over here.
`>> reporter: in real life, who `would you choose to be your `life? `>> no one. `>> reporter: who is most like `their actual character? `>> what! `i think aja. `>> sorry. `>> reporter: my class, carla `souz have wins the trophy. `interviewee which makes you the `best. `for "good morning america," nick `watt, abc news, los angeles. `>> i spent time before season `one, they are so much fun to `hang out with as you saw. `>> like a family. `>> nick always has fun with `those pieces. `>> catch a new episode of "how `to get away with murder" tonight `at 9:00, 10:00 central part of `the tgit lineup here on abc but `coming up next on "gma," tom `hanks opening up about his wife `rita wilson's health battle and
` do you know someone whose `home needs a face-lift? `"gma" wants to make over a room `for one lucky viewer so go now `to goodmorningamerica.com on `yahoo! to find out how to enter `and give someone the epic `surprise of a new room in their `home. `>> tom hanks generating oscar `buzz for his new role in "bridge `of spies." `it's a harrowing spy drama about `two superpowers on the brink of `war and missile inland anchor `juju chang spoke to him about `the role and the health battle `for his wife rita. `>> reporter: he plays james `donovan a little known insurance `lawyer turned high stakes `diplomatic negotiator. `>> he was a bad ass. `a brawler when it came down to `the finer points of the law `which he would be happy to parse
`out. `>> reporter: asked to personally `broker a spy swap during the `height of the cold war, his `client a convicted soviet spy `for a captured american u2 `pilot. `>> he was extraordinarily great `at sitting down and brokering a `deal and talking turkey and `let's both win here. `i've read that from the secret `of other like negotiators is `that the only successful `negotiation is when both sides `win. `>> the russians want their pan `back. `we want to you negotiate the `swap. `>> reporter: "bridge of spies" `already garnering early oscar `buzz, the fourth collaboration `spielberg. `>> what he does, he either comes `in and tells you exactly where `you're going to stand and `exactly what you're going to do `and then you do that and it ends `up being one of the most `powerful moments in the motion `picture. `>> next mistake our countries `make could be the last one. `>> you're telling me your acting `is intuitive.
`>> i read something and i know `instinctively to do it, that i `want to do it and how to process `it. `>> reporter: not a lot of drama `classes or method acting for `you. `>> no, actually the opposite. `every role i have taken has been `impacted upon by everybody else `that i interact with and i've `worked with phenomenal actors `that i've learned a lot from. `>> reporter: he's learned the `most perhaps from his life `partner, rita wilson. `>> we've been married for 27 `years. `>> reporter: i know she's had `some health challenges. `>> yeah, she was very open about `that, very smart about it. `part of it is because, look, you `know, people take our pictures `when we walk into restaurants `and she's not one to shy away `from authenticity and the truth. `>> so truth.
` tomorrow, the amazing story `of this brave transgender teen `born into this world as a male `identical twin but they were `anything but identical. `now tomorrow the remarkable `journey, the acceptance and one `family's love on abc's "good `morning america." ` before we go a note from our `partners at yahoo! a great way `to give during the month of `october if you go to doyahoo.com `they will donate ten cents to `dosomething.org. `a great organization founded by `your husband `>> that's correct. `i agree, george.
`police are looking for the `person responsible for a series `of commercial break-ins. `someone broke into four `businesses on river road in the `span of two hours and tried to `break into another. `the salem police deputy chief `help saved a life. `james chase was leaving a `private security job when he `found a man unconscious and not `breathing. `he managed to revive him twice `before first responders arrived. `the city is no longer enforcing `its juvenile curfew after the `aclu raised constitutional `concerns in franklin. `lots of sunshine. `41 degrees. `kevin: a good deal of sunshine `today. `a few high clouds. `may be a shower up north just `before sunshine -- before `sunset. `there could be a couple of
`showers around overnight. `pushed behind that, as we turned `sunny, we will get things cooler `towards the weekend. `mid-30' s up north while we are `in the low-end and mid 40' s in `southeastern spots. `these readings from the mid-50' s `to lower 60' s about where we `should be for mid-october. `we start with clouds and a `shower. `the final disturbance before we `get into the weekend will be `friday night, early saturday `morning. `maybe some mixed showers or a `little bit of light snow. `colder air, 40' s for sunday and `monday. ` ` if you work hard,r and you do your part, you should be able to@ get ahead and stay ahead. r but the republicans... v they want to go back to letting v the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up forr