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good morning, america. breaking overnight. top secret. hillary clinton under investigation as abc news learns at least two messages stored on that private e-mail account were highly classified. the justice department set to pour through the documents, her rivals taking aim. meanwhile, donald trump riding high, predicting victory. >> ladies and gentlemen, the next president of the united states, donald j. trump! new this morning. about to go on their so-called honeymoon. a young mississippi couple arrested, charged with trying to join isis. the honors student and her new husband stopped, plane tickets in hand. miracle rescue, caught on tape -- >> lord jesus, please watch over us. and let my niece be okay. please, god. please let my niece be okay. >> the hero uncle racing in to save his niece, trapped after a
terrifying car accident with only minutes to spare. how he saved her life. and without a net. take a look at this daredevil slackliner. nearly 1,000 feet off the ground, between two cliffs, falling several times. we do say good morning, america. we were watching that video for the first time. hold on there. george is enjoying a little vacation time. great to have with david muir with us all week long. very busy wednesday morning. take a look at this, an s.o.s. signal made out of branches. the kayakers signalling for help. also this morning. we'll start with the trouble with hillary clinton. the investigation into those
private e-mails heating up. the hopeful agreeing to hand over that private e-mail server to the justice department now. let's get right to jon karl joining us now from martha's vineyard. >> reporter: good morning, david. for months hillary clinton has resisted republicans' efforts to turn over that e-mail server she used as secretary of state. now in a surprising development, she's doing just that. hillary clinton is now agreed to turn over the justice department the private e-mail server she used as secretary of state. a move is the sign that the investigation into the handling of classified information has moved, potentially more serious phase. source s tell abc news, at leas two of the e-mails sent by ms. clinton classified as top secret. gop front-runner donald trump accused of mrs. clinton of breaking the law with her use of
private e-mail. >> did she commit a crime? yes. will they prosecute her? perhaps no. >> reporter: trump's momentum shows no signs of waning. trump packed the house in michigan. >> ladies and gentlemen, president of the united states, donald j. trump! >> reporter: trump remains as confident and defiant as ever. >> leading in iowa, lee leading in new hampshire. >> reporter: the donald is still riding high in the polls, predicting he would win over every key demographic category. >> we'll do well with the hispanic vote, women vote. >> reporter: but fivethierteight guru nate silver declares that trump will not win the nomination. noting that nearly 60% of americans still have an unfavorable opinion of him as
for jeb bush last night, he hit back at hillary clinton on foreign policy, saying mrs. clinton shares the blame for the rise of isis in iraq, accusing her of abandoning the country while she was secretary of state. but david, noticeably absent in that speech, no mention of former president george w. bush. >> jon karl live with us this morning. now to that surprising case of homegrown terror. a young mississippi couple, accused of trying to join isis, an honors student and her new husband arrested at the airport as they were about to make their way to syria. abc's steve osunsami is live with the latest. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. this was an fbi sting and authorities say most of it happened online. the couple in custody this morning, now accused of trying to join a terrorist organization. she's the smart young people in
this photo, an honors student who competed on the robotics team. seen here graduating high school. this morning, federal authorities say she's also a homegrown supporter of terror. jaelyn young is confess tag she and her new husband were traveling to syria to join isis. >> super smart, super intelligent. always very polite. not radical in any way. >> reporter: undercover agents spent the summer talking with the couple on social media. young and 22-year-old muhammad dakhlalla were married june 6th and according to this federal complaint were pretending the trip to syria were their honeymoon. at one point the mississippi state student told how she plans to help isis fighter. >> reporter: i'm skilled in math and chemistry and worked at a
lab here on my college campus. we learn very fast and would love to give help. he reportedly say i'm willing to fight. federal agents arrested them with plane tickets in hand. flying from mississippi to turkey. they're being held this morning without bond. both of their families seen outside federal court say they're stunned. the family of this young man, the father of this young man is a imam at a local mosque. his family released a statement, they preach peace. prosecutors say they're cooperating fully with their investigation. david. >> steve osunsami this morning. two major developments involving two separate videos. a police officer in texas has
been fired. that investigation ongoing. from ferguson, missouri this morning, new surveillance video emerging. you're about to see the video that police say shows the teenager pulling out a gun first. abc's kendis gibson is in ferguson for us. >> reporter: relative calm returning to the streets of ferguson overnight. authorities are deciding now whether to lift that two-day-old state of emergency. this as we get new video showing how the violence started. police say this newly released video captures 18-year-old tyronne harris grabbing a gun out of his waistband and pointing it to the cops. xhom rating the anniversary of michael brown. harris' father said he brandi brandished the gun nord to p protect himself. st. louis county police enforcing a state of emergency declared for the area.
now, also dealing with a new complication. >> just protecting people. >> reporter: the oath keepers are back, heavily armed men we first saw on the streets of ferguson la year during the protesters. brad miller fired from the force this morning after he fatally shot football player christian taylor. responding to a burglary call from this car dealership. and those authorities in texas say whether former officer miller is indicted on criminal charges remains to be seen. robin. >> all right, kendis thank you. now to wild weather in the southwest. strong winds in the phoenix area kicking up dust storm and monsoon storms moving through the area. >> damaging winds up to 60 miles per hour. the lightning there on the right. that dust storm so high moving across the phoenix landscape,
trapping hikers on cam melback mountain. listen. >> oh, my gosh, we're close to top of the mountain and there's a giant dust storm coming our way. >> visibility near zero. that moving so quickly through. they were likely very dusty and scared when they got down. 65 miles per hour did this to chandler airport overnight. we'll have the forecast coming up. we'll turn to the toxic spill, the emergency that continues. the tainted water. arsenic from that mine spilling into the river. epa promising to do everything possible to clean it up now. clayton sandell with the latest for us this morning. >> reporter: david, good morning. today the head of the epa is coming here to see this disaster zone for herself and likely get an eefrl that think her response
has been too little too late. this morning, the head of the epa is taking full responsibility of the disaster that turned this river a toxic orange. >> i'm absolutely deeply sorry that this ever happened. my message is, we're working as hard as we can. >> reporter: facing criticism mounting criticism when the agency -- >> it's in ever sense unacceptable. >> officials say levels of toxics arsenic and lead are returning to normal. but it could still cause problems. the concern is, all of this toxic sludge will be washed back into the river and on the move again. downstream, tourists in utah warned the plume is coming. >> you're not suppose to use your water. >> reporter: but there's some
good news, biologists say some of the tiniest wild life in its path are surviving. >> the fact that it was here and still alive is encouraging. >> reporter: now, even though contamination levels here are dropping and officials now say they don't expect any health problems for people this river will remain shut down until more tests give the water the all-clear. robin. >> rightfully so, clayton, thank you. now to the unfriendly report, complaints against airlines are soaring this year. customers upset about delays and rising air fares. david kerley here with the latest details. >> reporter: some of these parkes are sending a message to the airlines. complaints up markedly. fly spirit airlines and you had only a 50/50 chance of arriving on time in june. the airline blames the weather.
overall, 20% increase in airline complaints, the first half of the year. >> airlines are getting. >> waiting in line. >> reporter: one-third of the complaints about flight delays and cancellations, like that united flight that ended up landing in remote canada. leaving passengers to hike to the barracks for shelter. complaints about customer service up a third. about fares, complaints more than doubled. >> it's completely packed. prices are higher at the highest point they have been in five years. >> reporter: among the big four carriers, southwest and delta had among the smallest complaints. officials complaints to the government, all of those tweets and postings not even counted. carriers are quote committed to
continuous improvement. complaints about lost bags are down. delays and cancellations are the biggest complaints. robin, a little bit about customer service. frontier airline just got rid of its 1-800-number to save money. >> ouch. all right, david, busy morning behind you at reagan national. >> complaints are getting ready. now amy has the other big stories. >> a u.s. army helicopter was approaching this ship oin okinawa. you can see the damaged chopper there. seven people were injured. no word on the extent of their injury. temporary shut down after the bacteria that causes
leonnaires was found in a container. the company says there's no indication that any drugs were contaminated. and it's a crucial day today for quarterback tom brady. he's facing off in court against the nfl as he battles to overturn his suspension in the so-called degategate investigation. ryan smith is here with all of those details. >> reporter: good morning to you, amy. tom brady and the players union are expected in this federal courthouse fighting to have his four-game suspension thrown out. they'll be going head to head with nfl commissioner roger goodell in federal court. this judge in this case tried to broker a settlement. goodell told owners that brady's fate is now in the hands of the court. brady denied any wrongdoing. if his suspension is upheld, he won't play in a regular-season game until october 18th. >> all right, ryan thanks for
that. an embarrassing locker room brawl has left the quarterback for the new york jets sidelined up to ten weeks. geno smith suffered a broken jaw after being sucker punched by a teammate. the teammate has been fired and has now apologized. smith posted this picture promising he'll be back. a stunning sight off of mexico, the largest great white shark ever caught on video. that's one brave man right there. the female shark named deep blue is 20 feet long and believed to be at least 50 years old. experts say it's rare for sharks to reach that age. and hopefully, that size as well. finally, one of life's special moments with some very special witnesses. tyler jeffries lost both his legs but that didn't stop him from getting down and proposing to the love of his life.
if you look closely, that's former president bush and his father along with both former first ladies, jeffries was among the wounded veterans invited to the bush's summer home in maine. so, he said, i can't pass that offer, the elder president later tweeting his congratulations. wishing the couple a lifetime of joy. very sweet moment there. >> he looked pretty good there, the elder bush. >> party in kennebunkport. want to switch gears, quick-this thinking kayakers, stranded in arizona, their boats damaged, they made this s.o.s. sign out of tree branches to help rescuers save them. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a peaceful excursion down this arizona river, just a few
hours into their two-day trip, the rapids got rougher and this group of friends hit not one but two logs. their inflatable kayak ruptured. >> we were concerned about being able to get out. >> reporter: leaving them stranded in the wilderness overnight. >> we left a plan with friends if we didn't call them by 7:00 by saturday night. >> reporter: they ate what desert food they could. after trying for nine hours were able to send a text to a friend saying they needed help. then they got creative. >> maybe someone will fly over. let's put an s.o.s. sign. up the bank. there was a nice, flat area and there were tons of dry wood all around. >> reporter: arizona's state troopers in the helicopter spotting that giant s.o.s. from
the sky. coming in for the rescue. they said the kayakers did everything right. >> they didn't get excited, they didn't enter into that panic state of mind. >> reporter: but the group's missed a venture is not going to keep them on dry land. they say they're looking forward to hitting those rough waters again. >> you know what, it was great adventure. i loved it. i'm eager to go again. some time soon. >> great adventure. grad it all worked out. glad everything worked out tornado warnings outside of denver there. >> just east of denver, this funnel showed
>> good morning everyone, dave murphy here with an update from accuweather. nothing showing on storm tracker6 live double scan. as we take a look outside lots of sunshine. little bit of cloud cover over south jersey over by shore. generally speaking bright and humidity in the process of dropping. here's your exclusive accuweather 7-day it will be warm this afternoon, less humid, a high of 85. sun eventually mixing with a few more clouds and there's the chance of a very spotty
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near girard. we had a big accident on i-95 and a big delay here in bucks county. it is now pushed off to the shoulder. all lanes are opened. i-95 northbound near 413. people were driving the wrong way on the ramp to i-95 just trying to get off the highway. it was a mess. things are better there now. we've got a new problem though on a ramp to 95 in mercer county, ewing township. a disabled vehicle partially blocking the ramp from i-95 southbound to 29 so watch for that one, tam. >> okay, thank you karen. let's go on to sky6, take a live look down the shore into cape may. david, that looks absolutely gorgeous and you say it's going to be a beautiful day to match. >> yeah, today and tomorrow and friday, three pretty nice days. 72 degrees right now in philadelphia tamala. 62 in allentown. 70 in sea isle city. your excuse exclusive seven day shows a high of 85 this afternoon with humidity lowering. we'll redevelopment some additional clouds in the afternoon and there is the slight chance of a spotty shower or a thunderstorm mainly in the northern and western suburbs. i wouldn't be totally
surprised if one made it down towards the i-95 corridor as well. overall dry and feeling pretty good. then tomorrow absolutely gorgeous. lots of sunshine, a high of 83. 87 on friday. and the humidity still low. looks like it gets stickier over the weekend and hotter with highs around 90. tam for now feeling pretty comfortable and a great morning to get out and get some exercise done. >> sounds good. thank you david. that's it for us now. we'll see you back here in 30. >> ♪
good morning, america. and right now, democratic presidential front-runner hillary clinton is getting ready to hand over her private e-mail server to the justice department. abc news has learned at least two e-mails on that account were top secret. the investigation entering a new phase. "the new york times" reporting that inmates in the prison in upstate new york claimed they were beaten by cops during the urgent man hundred hunt. tom brady and roger goodell come head to head in court today. brady trying to get his four-game suspension overturned. good morning, america. meghann trainor's cancelling the rest of her tour, she's suffering a vocal choord injury.
>> wishing her the very best. we hear about that a lot with a lot of artists. >> it's real issue. we begin with this half-hour with that new development concerning actress kelly rutherford and her international custody battle. a federal judge ordering her two young children to be sent back to their father in monaco. abc's linsey davis here this morning with that story. >> reporter: media was kicked out of the courthouse yesterday. they said the kids hugged and kidsed her mother good-bye. they went right to their paternal grandmother. this morning, the kids landed in monaco. this morning, the children of kelly rutherford are back in monaco with their father daniel giersch as the bitter custody battle rages on. >> no words at this moment. no words. >> reporter: a teary rutherford
leaving a manhattan federal court without 8-year-old hermes and 6-year-old helena who had been staying with her the past five weeks. how does a mother lose basically custody of her kids? >> kelly rutherford has been placed in a no-win situation. no court's willing to step up and enforce any requirements on him. here in the united states. so, in effect, these kids are now monaco kids. >> reporter: tuesday's hearing is the latest in a six-year saga between rutherford and her german businessman ex-husband. originally supposed to share custody after their divorce until giersch's visa was revo d revoked. granting rutherford summers with her children. >> it's very hard.
it's been kind of cruel in a way. we just want to see each other. >> reporter: giersch calling rutherford a kidnapper after she failed to return the children last week. his lawyers very happy with tuesday's ruling. >> he's a loving father. he's very pleased that the order has been enforced. >> reporter: when asked by reporters how rutherford is feeling. >> how any parent would feel that lost their kids. >> reporter: they'll be back in court september 3rd in monaco to discuss custodial and medical decisions. david. >> of course, these kids now old enough to understand everything's going on that emotional rescue caught on camera, the alabama uncle who's a true hero this morning, saving his 11-month-old niece, the baby trapped in a car after
it plummeted down a cliff. mara schiavocampo has the story. >> reporter: that man was using the light from his iphone's video recorderrecorder. this morning, many are calling the miracle worker. moments of panic. >> you call 911. you let me work. you let me work for my niece! >> reporter: and prayer. >> lord jesus, please watch over us. let my niece be okay. >> reporter: caught on camera. tyler blake kimbrell working frantically to rescue his baby niece after a terrifying accident. the car completely overturned. 11-month-old breleigh lifeless. >> her car was completely upside-down. glass broken. on either side, you know, ten, 20 yards, give or take, you have
literally have mountains you're going to fall off of. >> because, just do what i say! if you want this to work out you do what i say! you call 911. you let me work! >> reporter: kimbrell had been following his sister, destiny, when she lost control of her car. while destiny was ejected from the car unhurt, baby breleigh was trapped in the car seat. >> uncle blake's going to get you out of here. >> reporter: after two long two minutes a welcome sound -- breleigh's cries. she's still stuck. >> what are you stuck to, honey? what are you stuck to? >> when i heard that cry, it was the most precious cry i had ever heard in my life. >> reporter: finally, four minutes in, kimbrell manages to free the baby. >> i got you, sweetie. i got you.
>> reporter: handing her off to first responders and her grateful mother. >> i love you so much. lord jesus, watch over her please. >> it was relief. all i cared about my baby was alive and it was a miracle we came out both with no scratches. >> reporter: kimbrell said he's cpr-certified. he checked to make sure she was okay. what great brother. >> oh, my gosh, just hearing him. how he was talking to his little niece. >> and that cry. when he heard that he knew she was going to be okay. >> this is a dust devil. i'm calling it a soot nato. it's a column of hot air. that's how you make one of these things. stunning images coming out of
there and you know what, an excessive heat watch goes into effect from phoenix through southern california. that is friday into saturday. still really bad for fire out in the pacific northwest. that's the big picture. let's get a check closer to home. >> nothing excessive in the east today ginger. we're dry. your exclusive seven-day forecast shows a high of 85. sun mixed with clouds later in the day and a slight chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm especially north and west. most you probably stay dry. tomorrow beautiful, sunny and 83. then lightning hit it. >> wow. >> that's a warning indeed. >> amazie ining pictures. >> and a sootnado. what are you going to have next time? >> we need hail pictures. coming up, the investigation into that deadly crash that injured tracy morgan, revealing new information about the
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accident that severely injured morgan and killed another passenger. >> the driver's decision to drive approximately 28 hours overnight, were a factor in his fatigue and therefore a factor in the crash. >> reporter: kevin roper pleading not guilty to vehicular manslaughter. the case putting the spotlight on more major accidents being caused by extreme fatigue. watch the view from inside this public bus. the driver accused of falling asleep at the wheel, crashing into several cars. and this one, or this driver in denver. experts say, drowsy driving is now a national epidemic. more than a third of americans in one study admitting to sleeping behind the wheel. in fact, drousy driving is responsible for over 100,000 accidents a year. >> two seconds with your eyes
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>> gongs i'm tamala edwards. 7:56 on the wednesday august 12. let head to karen looking at 95. >> again another issue. this is i-95 at girard. we've got a problem, a disabled vehicle that's blocking the the right lane right inside of the construction zone. we have right lane blocked. here we're look at the backup on 95 northbound jamming from penn's landing to approaching girard. thanks penndot. there's the disabled vehicle blocking the right lane. no flashers on so kind of creating a mess near a spot that would be jammed anyway. southbound traffic heavy approaching cottman and again from the betsy ross bridge to
girard. looking at the big picture, a disabled vehicle blocking a busy intersection in olde city. it's right at fourth and arch. so you might want to use second or sixth and market tam. >> let's go to sky6 and take a live look across s the view from temple university. beautiful day in philadelphia, tased. >> absolutely is. it's feeling pretty good, too, tam with humidity dropping as we speak. take a look. 72 degrees right now in philadelphia. 69 in allentown. 70 in sea isle city. and your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows a high this afternoon of 85. it will be warm, not all that humid, sun eventually mixing with more clouds. there's a slight chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm in a couple of neighborhoods this afternoon and early this evening. the best chance is north and west of philadelphia but it's not out of the question that something moves all the way down toward the city. 83 and beautiful tomorrow. high pressure lots of sun, 87. sunny and warm on friday and then hot and more humid over the weekend. on saturday a high of 90. sunday 90. saturday there could be an afternoon pop-up thunderstorm. looks like it's dry for both the eagles and union on
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♪ am i wrong good morning, america. . it's 8:00 and the government going after kim kardashian, what she posted about her pregnancy ♪ i know you lie >> so-called milk siblings sparking controversy this morning. >> it seemed very natural, just another baby that was hungry. >> is it really a good idea? dr. ashton weighs in live ♪ >> "good morning america's" diet wars, sugar versus artificial sweeteners. ♪ alicia keys, a girl on fire, opening up for the first time about why she chose to hide by dressing like a tomboy all those years.
♪ and no blurred lines this morning. robin thicke here performing live, as we say -- >> dporgood morning, america. robin thicke joining us here in times square. addressing his fans. hanging out with them. >> some music. he's going to debut a song. performing live coming up. >> we heard his band bright and early this morning. they were upstairs. they're ready to go. >> they were singing in the hallway. >> exactly. >> getting ready. also coming up, what goes on in your mind when you're exercising a new study is taking a closer look at what so many are thinking when they're running. and we talked about it yesterday. it's so true.
i love running. we're on to you. >> we know what you're really saying. >> you got me intrigued. also this morning, andie macdowell sharing her beauty secrets with us. amy here with the morning runon. the big story this morning, a surprise from hillary clinton. she's agreed to turn over her private e-mail server after months of resisting. being hand to the justice department was created for clinton during her tenure of secretary of state. she sent at least two top-secret e-mails. clinton's attorney has handed over a thumb drive. meanwhile the clinton campaign could be losing ground. one new poll finding bernie sanders leading in new hampshire for the first time. on the republican side a new poll showing donald trump now leading in iowa. in michigan last night, trump promised to take back american jobs from china and mexico. he says he'll outline specific proposals soon.
his momentum may be slowing though in new hampshire where kasich has gained ground. the head of the epa will face some tough questions this morning as she visits that toxic spill in colorado. mista the water flowing into new mexico and utah, residents are demanding to know when the water will be safe and to use for crops. kim kardashian is under fire from the federal government. after posting about a drug she used during morning sickness. >> reporter: this morning, the feds are keeping up with kim r kardashi kardashian's instagram post. from july, showing her with a bottle of the morning sickness drug, diclegis. >> for nausea. >> reporter: kardashian a paid
spokesperson endorses the prescription medicine in her post, writing, you guys know my morningicness has been pretty bad. so i talked to my doctor. he prescribed me diclegis and i feel much better. they're saying the post is misleading in its presents efficacy claims but fails to communicate any risk. kardashian has since pulled the pic and in statement to abc news, a rep for the pharmaceutical company says, duchesnay usa will take quick action in responding to the fda's letter. for now, the soon to be mom of two has been mum on the selfie takedown. all right, finally, one feisty grandmother here in new york sure has something to celebrate. she had some time to kill before a hairdresser appointment. she bought a lottery scratch
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same time. she calls the kids milk siblings and it's igniting a firestorm on line. rebecca jarvis has the story. >> reporter: this morning, a remarkable photo sparking major debate. a woman breast-feeding, not just her own baby but her friend's son as well. >> i feel like he's my son. and i treat him as my son. >> reporter: a pennsylvania mom wanted here son matteo to breast-feed, even if she couldn't do it myself. >> i knew what was best for my son. >> reporter: he began reacting badly to formula. her friend offered a unique solution. >> when she offered i was just nothing but thankful for it. >> reporter: have you ever nursed another person's child at that point. >> no, it was very natural. it seemed very natural.
>> reporter: while many are applauding the gesture of friendship, some taking issue. one writing, i found this picture disturbing. the world health organization lists a health wet nurse as the best alternative to milk from an infant's own mother. >> if she's healthy, if she's substance free, it shouldn't be a problem. she nie's not only the woman to share her own milk. >> i thought about it. am i being disloyal to my child by giving her milk away. i actually think that my baby would be very proud to share her milk. >> reporter: as for these two frechbdz, they not only describe their sons as milk brothers, they're now raising them together under one roof. moving in with jessica and her husband two months ago.
is this the family of your dreams right now. >> right now this is what works. >> here we many now dr. jennifer ashton. jen, wet nurses used to be common, this is a modern-day equivalent of that. >> it is. this has been going on since the beginning of time and it is still going on in other parts of the world. we get emotional with anything to do with the breasts. part of it we need to uncouple the breast as a functional body part and a breast as a sexual object. >> there are concerns, like, physical health concerns about what that mother is giving someone else's child on a physical level and on an emotional level as well. >> right. i think those are valid issues to raise and discuss. breast mill ask a bodily fluid, can you transmit infection? yes.
that's always important. but the social issues, this is not child abuse. this is child care. this should be a judgment-free zone. it's not for everyone. but it's if that mother, that child. >> if you're a mom, you're having problems for producing milk are there suggestions to boost your production. >> 100%. this is what i recommend, relaxation, hydration and stimulation. for stimulation, breast-feeding is best, because the baby can drain two to three times. natural supplements that can help a lot also. >> dr. jen, thank you so much we should mentioned, we asked you, should a woman breast-feed a child other than her own? 24% said yes. 76% said no. david?
>> apply that to the next story, alicia keys, she's actually opening up about her style. why she used to dress like a tomboy. her blog has been shared with thousands. abc's paula faris is here with that. >> reporter: alicia keys penned a very personal blog saying she hid herself for as long as she remembered. basically, she didn't want to be harassed. ♪ this girl is on fire >> reporter: she's the grammy-winning song stress burning up the charts for more than a decade. ♪ i keep on falling in and out of love ♪ >> reporter: now alicia keys revealing for the first time she embraced a tomboy look in early days. it was all to avoid unwanted attention. sharing on her blog monday, when i got old enough to walk down my new york streets alone, i could
feel the animal instinct. i didn't want to be looked at in that way, whistled after, and so, i started hiding. i chose the baggy jeans, i chose the pony tail and hat. i chose to hide. ♪ >> reporter: it even continued when keys hit it big. she writes, i became comfortable hiding my intelligence, my physical appearance, myself. we have seen her image transform over the years. now the mom of two is hiding no more and encouraging other women to do the same. >> when i see women who are comfortable in their skin it's beautiful. >> reporter: saying you're allowed to be tough, you're allowed to be sexy, all at the same time. something she's clearly embracing. >> alicia keys is saying, i'm real, i'm vulnerable. that's an incredible thing for women to see.
♪ took a long, long time to get here ♪ >> reporter: keys is no stranger to empowering others, telling our robin roberts what kind of artist she wants to be. >> someone that people can relate to and can understand and say, you know what, she's just like me. ♪ i got this ♪ i found me >> reporter: now, this was a recent epiphany. the first thought that comes into her head, what can i wear that doesn't cause too much attention? it's daily battle. lot of women dress to get attention. she wasn't comfortable with it. some people aren't comfortable with all of that unsolicited attention. >> again, no judgment zone. >> this is the circle of trust. >> i love that no judgment zone. >> whatever works for you. >> thanks, paula.
>> i like your hair. >> thank you. i did a curly thing. >> i like it. now to our special series, diet wars, and this morning, we're taking a look at artificial sweeteners versus sugar. by 2017, it's predicted the sell of both will hit billion dollars worldwide. mara schiavocampo is back to help us find out. >> reporter: this week, one of the world's biggest soda companies making a big announcement. after years of customer complaints the new version of diet pepsi is now aspartame-free. pepsi replacing the controversial ingredient with usc ralose. the company telling abc news, diet cola consumers in the u.s. have asked us for an aspartame-free diet pepsi and we're delivering.
one of the many products using artificial sweeteners. when it comes to artificial sweeteners, there br tons of options. many turned to these sugar substitutes to try to help keep their weight in check. like 44-year-old, she goes for the fake stuff about five times a week. a habit for the best 30 years. >> a personal choice of not drinking my calories but rather wanting to eat them instead of putting them in my drink. >> reporter: but are they really the secret to slim? while some experts say yes, others say no. >> when you consumer artificial sweeteners, they trick your body to think sugar is on the way. that gears your body up to store the food. it leads to fat storage. it slows your metabolism and it increases fat storage. sort of a triple whammy.
>> reporter: not so sweet news for these substitutes. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> jen is back. we heard about artificial sweeteners. >> let me go through the similarities. there are over 20 different sweeteners. we selected four here. there are sweet receptors all over the body. in the mouth, also in the brain and the gut. if you choose honey, it locks into that rekept or the. they do the same thing. artificial sweeteners locks into that receptor does the same thing. they all work the same medically inside the body. >> there are so many options. >> these are the similarities. let's go over a couple of differences. we made a little competition
here for you. when you compare the profiles there are some differences. for gut health, if you compare these four different type of sweeteners, honey performs the best. but they all have different profiles. if you go to something like glie seemic control, you'll find monk fruit, gives you less of those sugar spikes. if you're only looking for calories, you're only concerned with the caloric intake, sweeteners are okay, they are low cal. the dentists hate the sugar because they're bad for our teeth. >> how about sugar in the raw? >> it does the same thing. >> world health organization, read those labels. 37 grams a day for men. look at the labels. mostly that's added sugar. overall sugar, it all matters.
>> all right. busy day for you jen. she'll be on twitter as well taking all of your questions. >> i'm so glad you asked about that raw sugar. that's my choice, too. good morning to lilly. she's a fan of the show and you're from where? >> dallas, texas. >> we're talking about the heat down in the south get this. jackson mississippi for 30 days straight has been 95 degrees or higher. that broke a record for a long stretch. galveston which you know very well i'm sure 80 degrees overnight. hasn't broke that for 40 days. the heat on again from parts of santonio through louisiana. that's the big picture. let's get a check closer to home. >> ginger it's warm today around here but definitely livable. as we take a look there's no rain on storm tracker6 live double scan. heading outside lots of early sunshine over the airport. lots of activity down at phl this morning and temperatures climbing into the 70's with humidity dropping as we speak. this afternoon a warm high of 85, sun eventually mixing with
a few more clouds and a slight chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm in a few neighborhoods mainly north and west of philadelphia. don't be surprised if something pops down closer to i-95. beautiful tomorrow. in. it's time for "pop news." you hear that song. her lipps may be moving. but meghan trainor's voice needs a rest. she's cancelling her tour. she needs surgery. i'm determined to do what it takes to get better. just like sam smith. trainor joins a group of artists forced to go silent so they can sing again. adele had the surgery in october. out until february.
everybody waited to hear. good news for meghan, she came back stronger than ever. get better soon. also in "pop news," we were talking about this before, david and i in agreement on this. scientists have confirmed what we have long know. researchers at the california state university, studied amateur long distance runners they spend a good portion of the time in their run thinking about how much they hate it. the rest of the time they focus on pace and distance. the next time all of you fitness-obsessed friends of mine how you love running, gets in the best mood, i know what you're really thinking. >> i love running. i would say, only a few times, you know, when your legs feel like they weigh a thousand pounds. but most of the time i love are
you running. >> there's never -- when is this going to be over? >> i have a few of those but they're few and far in between. >> i'm going to run to that camera. i'll walk to the next camera. i'll run to that next camera. so i can get a mile under my belt. amy, god bless you. >> breaking the norm once again. we finish "pop news" with that meow mix commercial with the catchy song. >> yeah. >> love that commercial. well, we found an audition of a cat that didn't make the cut. why so negative? you pessimistic cat. he needs to learn the power of yes and that is "pop news" on
this wednesday. thank you very much. >> somewhere george is saying -- george is always saying -- that is a talking child -- >> you know that cat was saying no. >> just embrace it. >> thank you. thank you. >> all right, thank you, lara spencer. coming up, access andie macdowell sharing her beauty secrets. also coming along here in times square, robin thicke's got some new music out. he's going to be performing, back together. it's a great one. we'll talk with him about things in the news. we'll be back on this hump day.
>> good morning. philadelphia police busy investigating three separate shootings that wounded six people. in one a bullet nearly missed hitting a pregnant woman. no arrests in any of these shootings. let's go over to karen rogers to take a look at traffic. good morning. >> what a mess on i-95. every time i talk to you we have a new problem. looking live on 95 at cottman, southbound traffic right here right within the construction zone and we've got an accident right here blocking the left lane. you can see ben penndot pulling up to the scene blocking the left lane. we're jammed southbound past academy to cottman and the betsy ross bridge to girard. that 31 minute travel time will grow from here. northbound we had a disabled vehicle. that has cleared but we're still jammed penn's landing to girard. we had an accident that cleared here in upper dublin fitzwatertown road and woodlands row. watch for the turnpike to be
heavy at this point westbound from approaching willow grove to fort washington. only traveling about 18 miles an hour, tam. >> okay, thank you, karen. let's go on out to sky6 taking a live look there at the airport. beautiful day out there. let's head on over to dave murphy. >> all right, tam, you're right, we are off to a great start. lots of sunshine, very little cloud cover around. 72 degrees right now in philadelphia. and humidity dropping as we speak only 70 right now down in sea isle city. this afternoon 85 is your high. sun mixing with clouds. later this afternoon and early this evening there's a chance of a pop-up stray shower or a thunderstorm in a couple neighborhoods mainly north and west. don't be surprised if something pops closer to philadelphia but most of you will stay dry today and even those that see a shower will be largely dry. tomorrow sunshine and beautiful, a high of 83. low humidity. and nice again on friday with a high of 87. tam, as we head into the weekend it's hottest and more humid. >> thank you david. well, we'll send you back to "gma." robin thicke is there heating things up with a new song. we'll see you in 30.
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♪ ♪ if you could see lara now. welcome back to "good morning america." world exclusive up there. new video from robin thicke. back together. the pop star teaming one nicki minaj for his new single. he's with robin now. they'll talk about his new music. he's amazing live, can't wait. we also have greta gerwig here. she's opening up about her new film. mistress america. a programming note for all of you yahoo! global news anchor katie couric taking us inside the rise of the female superhero today on yahoo!. it turns out, wonderwoman has a lot more gal pals these days.
it's a great story. you can see it at yahoo!.com/katiecouric. watch it tonight on "nightline." robin? you guys catching up there in. >> yeah, we're back together. pop superstar robin thicke. new music, new album on the way. first, good enough to catch up. you have so much going on in your life. your fans are all lined up here, waving at you and that. i know you wanted to say something to them, because there have been some legal issues. we can't get into the specific of "blurred lines." it's an ongoing legal case. what do you want to say. >> thank you all for the love and support over the last year. you go through ups and downs. >> you get through it with new music. morning sun. >> that's the cure-all.
>> do you find yourself now sunny days ahead? >> i think morning sun is about fresh starts, new beginnings and, you know, the heralding of a new day. >> and your son has really helped you, i know. >> yes. >> he's 5 years old. >> well, you know, i started, you know, song writing and producing and singing professionally when i was 16. and i never really stopped until last year. then i took some time off to just be with my son and my family. it helps you gain perspective on your life. it was great. there's my mom and my little boy. i hadn't gotten to take my mom on a real vacation for a long time. it was a magical trip for the three of us when i see you around your band, we were joking -- we love when you guys are here. they're playing and singing.
that brings great joy. >> i hope that the food fight didn't leave too much of a mess. >> not at all. you're going to be coming up to sing back together. that song, back together, people automatically say, is this about the ex-wife, wonderful ex-wife, paula pat on the. >> i didn't write this song. when i met with the amazing producers, i just heard this idea of getting back together and getting yourself back together and you know, what i was going through at the time i really related to that and connected with that. it's about getting yourself back together with love and partnership. >> you have had your ups and downs. you're no difference than anybody else. i know music helps me get through it. how have you -- what do you say to people who are in a difficult
situation? >> music is what i did the rest of the time. i realized that i just finally took a few months off or more and you know spent a lot of time with my parents, even, talking, getting their advice. i grew up thinking i knew what i was doing. when you have some tough times you call on your parents and gra grandparents for advice. >> good for you. robin, thank you for sitting down and talking with us. you're going to sing for us, right? >> yes. >> yeah, robin we are having a great time out here. susan is 70 and one of lara's sorority sisters is here. welcome. she says high. let's talk about the weather forecast. there were 65 severe storm reports and this picture and video out of connecticut, that was where some of the storms happened and then that has all moved off to the north and east. now drier cooler much more
comfortable. highs only in the 70's in portland, boston, to get to 80 on thursday. that's the big picture. let's get a check closer to home. >> it is indeed going to be a nice one around here ginger. storm tracker shows you we are dry. your exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast a high of 85, lower humidity, sun mixing with clouds. just a slight chance of a pop-up shower in a couple places this afternoon. 83 and beautiful tomorrow. exclusive. this is your first look at this week's entertainment weekly fall movie preview double issue. featuring brand-new photos from "star wars". you heard the music. who's behind that mask on the cover. that's just adam driver, love him, the force is certainly awake in this spread. the issue goes on sale nationwide friday. david. >> all right, ginger. abc news exclusive. louisiana man claiming his
ex-girlfriend conceived their child without his permission. the case is in court right now and abc's linsey davis explains how this could happen. >> reporter: this morning, a louisiana man is taking a texas fertility center and his ex-girlfriend to court, claiming the clinic illegally handed over his dna samples to her which he then used to have his child. >> it's beyond belief. it's something that you don't read or see in a movie. >> reporter: in 2002, he signed a contract with his then-girlfriend katherine leblanc. >> it basically stated if our relationship were to end or if he were to die, that the sperm would go to me. >> reporter: when they broke up four years later, he began dating this woman. >> the relationship was very rocky. it was on and off. quite a bit.
very volatile. >> reporter: according to hardin's lawsuit, after their relationship ended, she obtained two of her ex-boyfriend's samples at the sperm bank where they were being held without his permission. now hardin and leblanc are suing the fertility center for breech of contract and also suing devall saying she had no rights to the sperm. >> more security checks in place for me going and buying alcohol at a gas station than there were for her to seize a man's dna. >> reporter: hardin went with his client to a houston fertility specialist telling he wanted to use his sperm to get her pregnant. never notified the clinic later that she didn't want her to have his sperm.
hardin a hard their son is now 5 years old. he never met him. >> what do i say? do i recognize him? >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. i'm here with the multitalented actress greta gerwig, she stars in the new film "mistress america." take a look. >> tracey. welcome to the great white way. ♪ >> times square is so crazy. >> isn't it? >> i don't know anyone who lives here. yours truly. >> anyone who lives in new york maybe it's not so cool to live here, it's great to be here and
have you here in times square. >> it's appropriate we're right here. >> tell me about brooke. >> brooke is really funny and informative and big and crazy. she's kind of like a magical character. she's like, the 18 yeer-year-ol girl. >> it's about the bond between these two women. on-screen relationship as you said, is usually left to just men >> that's true. as a woman, you're deciding between a guy and another guy or servicing a guy's story. we like telling these stories about ladies and what they're doing. >> it's fantastic. it's inspired by some of those comedies we remember from the 1980s, like desperately seeking susan, after hours. what did you want to bring to the big screen? >> we wanted that feeling of the uptown squareuppie who's dragged
into the underworld of a possibly dangerous woman. what happened to that woman in movies? we thought it would do it with two girls. >> lot of laughs and a lot of heart >> it's funny and it also hopes, i hopes it makes people laugh and cry. >> something interesting about you, you're not on social media. it's all about girl power for you. >> yes, it's true. for me, i feel like there's such an inundation, what is she wearing? and i don't like this. why did she say that? i don't need to read it. i think it's awesome. i just feel like there's so much negative that i stay away. >> i love hearing that. that's really incredible. by the way speaking of incredible, you're featured in the september issue of "glamour" magazine. you can see how fashionable you are. you share some of your dos and don'ts with the magazine.
i like this, celebrate every chance you get. >> i'm so lucky to do what i do. i feel there are so many times they treat it like a business. man, if there are some speakers and a bar, let's start a dance party right now. >> you have a lot to celebrate. greta, thank you so much. it's great movie. "mistress america." go see it. lots more ahead this morning. andie
actress andie macdowell the very definition of the phrase timeless beauty. her career began as a model and her stunning looks have helped make her a fan favorite for more than 30 years. now, she's revealing her secrets to looking young and beautiful to abc. >> reporter: from groundhog day -- >> stand up. >> reporter: to magic mike xxl. >> just look at you. you are just perfect. >> reporter: now starring on hallmark's hit show, "cedar cove." southern stunning, 57-year-old andie macdowell not shy about telling like she sees it do you get tired of people bringing up age? >> i don't think it's that relative. i think we live in a society
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and obstruction of justice charges saturday afternoon. we'll bring that you press conference live from harrisburg at 1:00 this afternoon. for now let's get that last look at traffic with karen rogers. good morning. >> good morning, tam. looking live at 422. nice day out there. we see the sunshine. roads are drive. our morning delays starting to thin eastbound right now as you head towards king of prussia. but starting at 9 o'clock so just a couple minutes they'll block one of these eastbound lanes for construction and that's going to cause a delay there. look for that to happen from 9:00 until 3:00 today. also we have an accident blocking a lane on charlotte street at miles road in new hanover township. a disabled truck causes restrictions in abington on susquehanna road at old york road. in bethlehem we are farmer drive closed between easton and meyer lane because of that sinkhole from last week. stick to easton as your alternate. see those delays with musikfest continuing. i'll be there at noon. see you at the 6abc tent. >> oh good. it's going to be mostly try day. a nice one. let's find out more with dave murphy.
>> lots of sunshine here on the terrace and elsewhere across the region tam. we're up to 75 warm degrees and the humidity is in the process of dropping. your exclusive accuweather 7-day a nice one today, 85 degrees. not all that humid. sun mixing with clouds this afternoon. a slight chance of a pop-up shower or thunderstorm particularly in the northern and western suburbs but that will the no be the rule of the day. it will be mainly dry. tomorrow sunny and 83. gorgeous. >> coming up at noon philadelphia police investigating three separate shooting that wounded six people including one case where a bullet nearly hit a pregnant woman sitting inside a house. "live with kelly and michael" next up here on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. we hope you enjoy your wednesday.
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