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katrina ten years later. be sure to check good morning, america. breaking overnight, an underground explosion shaking los angeles. >> looks like we got a large multistoried modern sealed building. got smoke showing. >> more than 150 firefighters on the scene. the blast sparking a power outage even bringing a huge shania twain concert to a halt. severe storms in the east. flash floods spanning the coast and now official hurricane danny brewing in the atlantic. winds set to approach 0 miles an hour and ginger has the latest track. new overnight, jeb battles back. 9 republican candidate taking on trump. >> he's been a democrat longer than being a republican. >> as the debate over immigration heats up again. >> check this out, the surfi ii savior. the hero who sprung into action
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ditching his board and pulling a 14-year-old to shore speaking out this morning on "gma." ♪ and we do say good morning, america. we made it to friday. a huge crowd already gathering in central park this morning for 5 seconds of summer and for a few seconds it didn't seem like it was summer at awe, the flash floods, the storms but look at them. they've dried out after staying there all night, amy, ready for this concert this morning? we cannot wait to hear from the band in just a bit. we do want to get right to that breaking news, that explosion in los angeles overnight. rocking the basement of a high-rise sparking a power outage at the staples center. nick watt has the latest. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, amy. that's right. concertgoers plunged into darkness. firefighters deployed in the heart of the city, fire and billowing smoke in the financial district. overnight a powerful underground explosion shaking downtown los angeles. >> looks like we got a large
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multi-storied modern sealed building, got smoke showing. >> reporter: the blast occurring just after 10:15 p.m. in the basement area of a 19-story office building on wilshire boulevard. smoke quickly filling the streets as over 150 firefighters rushed to the scene. crews able to quickly put out the flames, but the fire department reporting significant structural damage to the building. >> there are some blown out windows. there's obvious damage on the lobby ground four. >> reporter: four evaluated on the scene by paramedics for n nonlife-threatening injuries two taken to nearby hospitals. investigators looking into what caused the blast which also briefly knocked out power to parts of the downtown area including the staples center. ♪ >> reporter: the act interrupted, shania twain's concert. the show was back on within minutes, the singer taking to twitter afterwards writing "we had so much fun in l.a. that we blew the power out."
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now, the latest we're hearing from the fire department is they suspect a large generator in the basement of the building might be the sorce of the explosion and they estimated cost of the damage, david, that's still being calculated. >> possibly a generator. nick watt, thanks to you for leading us off. those deadly wildfires out west. eight states under fire watches and warnings from washington to utah and wind forecasts have hit more than 30 miles an hour today that won't make it easy. kendis gibson is in washington with much more. kendis, good morning. >> reporter: david, good morning. with ash raining down overnight and fires like that one off in the distance, visible everywhere you turn, it is clear this situation is far from under control. overnight, the wildfires burning out of control in washington exploding in size, growing to an alarming 96,000 acres. >> these are extremely dangerous fires. >> reporter: the fires visible from space. astronaut scott kelly tweeting
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this photo. >> you just run. you don't even think. it's just go. >> reporter: officials now rushing to evacuate up to a thousand more residents from harm's way. >> it's disrupting people's lives. >> reporter: conditions are so unpredictable over the next 4 hours officials have pulled fire crews back from the front lines and are only fighting the flames from the air. in twisp, the fire already proving deadly. late thursday a silent procession of emergency vehicles passing through the town to honor the three firefighters killed wednesday as quick-moving flames enguffed their vehicle. the firefighters ranging in age, 20 to 31, part of a special advance team sent in ahead of other crews to size up wildfires. four of their colleagues in the same vehicle injured, one critically. the parents of that firefighter daniel lyon speaking out overnight. >> he can't speak. he's on a ventilator so he knew we were there. he could communicate a little bit. >> reporter: and this morning, fire crews on the ground fearing today's predicted 45-mile-an-hour wind gusts will
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make a bad situation even worse. today the state of washington is doing something it's never done before, asking for volunteers, civilians to help fight the fires. david. >> wow, civilian effort, kendis, thanks. to those storms in the east and now officially hurricane danny churning in the atlantic. ginger tracking it all this morning. >> brand-new picture that came in from moments ago, david. long island, new york, this is what's happening, the streets filling with water. that same rain that moved through here flash flooding much of the east. as of last nate bel air, maryland, more than a half foot. flash flooding has been an issue and will be in some placing for the next couple of hours but that will move through and move through quickly why we're all good for our concert here but down in the atlantic we're watching that compact and intense hurricane, the first hurricane of the atlantic season, its name is danny moving to the west into the eastern caribbean it goes and looks like it dies out considerably by the time it makes it to the dominican republic tracking it
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through the weekend. >> thank you. now to your voice, your vote, donald trump holding a pep rally tonight in alabama. so many people expected to show up, it had to be moved to a bigger venue and the battle between trump and jeb bush heating up. jeb attacking trump on his immigration policy. abc's tom llamas has been following it all and has the latest from atlanta, georgia, this morning. good morning, tom. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. that trump event tonight set to be his biggest ever. and as the billionaire rides this wave of popularity, one candidate is trying to take him head on. this morning, jeb bush trying to put an end to the summer of trump. >> he's a democrat longer than being a republican. >> reporter: in new hampshire fighting back after trump mocked his smaller crowds wednesday and what trump calls his lack of charisma. >> jeb bush is a low-energy person. for him, to get things done is hard. >> reporter: bush pushing forward his ideas to fix immigration while trump, the current republican front-runner, is calling for mass deportations
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and challenging birthright citizenship. >> the immigration policies he has brought up aren't -- they're not conservative either. it's going to cost hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars. it'll disrupt -- hong on. it will disrupt family. >> reporter: are you aware the term anchor babies is an offensive term. >> you mean it's not politically correct and yet everybody uses it. >> reporter: yet both trump and bush are facing tough questions about the term anchor babies used to try american born children of immigrants. >> i don't regret it. >> you don't? >> do you have a better term? >> i'm not -- i'm asking you. >> you give me a better term and i'll use it. i'm serious. don't yell at me behind my ear though. >> reporter: just two years ago bush co-chaired a hispanic outreach group that sent a memo to capitol hill suggesting conservatives upts use the term
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anchor baby. hillary clinton tweeting "how about babies, children or american citizens." now, in new hampshire trump says that he believes bush and other candidates are going to spend huge amounts of money to tear him down but this morning, "the washington post" reports that the head of the jeb bush super pac says they won't spend a dime on trump and hoping in the end it's a matchup between trump and bush, david. >> all right, tom llamas with the tough questions out there on the campaign trail. the latest on jimmy carter, the former president speaking candidly about his cancer diagnosis. revealing melanoma was first found on his liver then his brain and now undergoing treatment. the 90-year-old was upbeat, though, during a news conference in the last 24 hours in atlanta and dr. besser joins us now this morning. first of all when we think of melanoma we think of skin cancer but melanoma on the brain. >> melanoma is cancer in skin that makes pigment. 74,000 cases per year, 9 % of those occur in the cells in our
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skin. 4% of the time they're going to spread through the body and unfortunately when it spreads the brain is one of the places it goes. >> as i mentioned tremendously upbeat. but what is the treatment he faces. >> they found four spots on his brain so underwent radiation therapy yesterday directed just at those spots hopefully sparing the rest of his brain and getting a drug that will stimulate his own immune system less toxic than the chemotherapy usually given. >> there's hope here? >> there really is. the goal here is not for cure. it's to allow him to maintain the active life he has and it was so inspiring to so many people yesterday to see his ease and the way he's going into this and it gives everybody hope and there is reason for hope. >> he said at first i thought i only had weeks to live and now there is hope he will hold out much longer. rich, thanks so much. >> inspiring, indeed, thanks. to new developments in that car accident involving caitlyn jenner. the reality star could face charges for that deadly wreck
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last year. speed was a factor, police say. ryan smith is here with the latest on that. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, amy. police taking six months to investigate a multicar crash involving jenner where one was killed and in their findings they're shedding new light on the reality star's actions on that fateful day. this morning, caitlyn jenner could face possible charges stemming interest this deadly car crash that left one dead. >> any injurys? >> i'm going to say, it looks pretty bad. one car is destroyed. >> reporter: the 65-year-old former olympic champion shared her transgender identity in an interview with diane sawyer -- >> for all intents and purposes i am a woman. >> reporter: and now stars in her own reality show "i am kate" when police say her escalade was involved in a chain reaction crash. jenner allegedly rear ending kim lerly howe's car pushing it into
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oncoming traffic where she died at the scene and police saying speed was a factor. considering traffic conditions at the time but sources telling abc news the star was not talking on the phone, texting or impaired at the time of the accident. >> it's not 50/50 chance that the district attorney will file charges. there is a death that occurred in this traffic accident. that's what elevates this to a criminal investigation and possible criminal charges. >> reporter: the day after the accident jenner releasing a statement "my heartfelt and deepest sympathies go out to the family and loved ones and to all those who were involved or injured in this terrible accident" adding "i am praying for them." jenner is facing two civil lawsuit, one from howe's stepchildren but on the police investigation they're telling us they'll present their case for review to the district attorney to who will make the call on what charges jenner may face. to a surfer being hailed a hero jumping into action when
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two teenage girls got caught in a rip current in lake michigan. the dramatic rescue captured on camera and t.j. holmes is here with much more. >> good morning to you there, david. these young ladies were in trouble. they were a couple of football fields away from the shore and felt like they were being pulled out by the current. this surfer was what they needed in the right place, the right time willing to help but more importantly he was a good swimmer. he's the michigan surfer turned savior. >> she wasn't breathing. >> reporter: morning zeb boa boeskool. >> somebody told me there was somebody drowning. >> reporter: two teenagers began struggling in the water. >> female in the water in distress. >> reporter: he was one of several bystanders who rushed to the water to help. >> i didn't think anybody would reach them. >> he ditched the board and swam. >> reporter: boeskool able to
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get to one of the girls some 800 feet out. officials say a red flag signaling hazardous conditions was flying on the beach at the time of the incident. hazardous conditions that most only expect in the ocean. >> i don't think people are that aware of the rip currents on lakes for inexperienced swimmers, the conditions were almost deadly. >> reporter: the teens were immediately taken to a hospital. one is now home. the other remains in stable condition. boeskool a father of two little girls himself are happy the steens are okay. >> one of the girl's friends messaged me she was all right. i teared up a little for sure. >> it's important to keep in mind the lake, yes, can be a threat as well and rip currents are the number one threat there on the beaches that includes the great lakes and sometimes, david, amy, they could be more dangerous because many of those beefs don't have lifeguards to help out if you get in trouble. >> the great lakes are huge bodies of water. >> it was the ocean to me for a very long time when i was younger. >> to dan harris with the news
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headlines. >> hey, guy, good morning. it was a major gas explosion that rained through a high school in the bronx last night seriously injuring three construction workers. the building which was being renovated was badly damaged. the first day of school is just a few weeks away and it is unclear whether the students will be able to return. this is the latest in a string of gas explosions like the one that flattened part of a motel 6 near seattle this week. stock markets around the world are plummeting right now one day after wall street saw its biggest drop in 18 months. millions of 401(k)s taking a hit thursday as the major markets plunged. the dow falling 358 points. the nasdaq and s&p each losing nearly 3% in value. the leading cause of the slide, the likelihood of the fed raising interest rates next month for the first time in nearly a decade. north korea's leader is ordering his military to prepare for battle against south korea after an exchange of artillery fire near the dmz which guides these two countries.
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there are nearly 30,000 american troops in south korea. it is official last month was the hottest month on planet earth since they started keeping records. the previous record was set five years ago. in sports this morning, you've likely never seen a home run like this. marcello ozuna hits the top of the foul pole. that means it's a fair ball helping miami to a 9-7 win over the phillies. finally, in my line of work you see a lot of bear in the backyard pool videos but this one is particularly appealing to me especially as a new parent. this video was taken by a mom in jersey, in new jersey as a mama bear and her five adorable cubs luxuriate in the pool but the woman's daughter is unhappy about this. listen. >> there's bears in the pool. >> i know. >> they took my floatie. >> they took my floatie. i now believe it was an elaborate stunt orchestrated by
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brilliant parents to teach their kids a hard lesson about the necessity of sharing. it's a cold world, kids. someone is always going to be trying to take your floatie. >> wow, so true. >> you never know, yep. life lessons in uncle dan. >> thanks. >> uncle dan. >> thank you, dan. want to move on to two female army officers making history, the first women ever to complete army ranger school will graduate today and now we're hearing from them for the first time about what it took to make it through. abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is in washington with all the details. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, amy. not only did they make it through the grueling ranger course, which tests strength, mental toughness and leadership, they also won over initially skeptical male counterparts who now call them physical studs. >> hurry up. >> reporter: it's graduation day for the prestigious army ranger school and for the first time in history, two of the warriors are
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women. >> i couldn't be more proud and humbled by the experience. >> reporter: 25-year-old first lieutenant shaye haver a star athlete from texas, west point graduate age an attack helicopter pilot enduring the same standards as the men did. >> at each event we succeeded in we kind of were winning hearts and mines as we went. >> reporter: another west point alum captain kristen griest cross country runner from connecticut and military police officer. >> knowing you have to uphold that legacy every day you can't really have an off day. you can't be tired. you need to go the extra mile. >> reporter: even as a child, kristen griest loved camping. >> i might not be able to carry as much weight was my biggest concern or not able to meet up to the same standards. >> reporter: both breaking down barriers opening the way and shattering skepticism. >> will you go to war with this
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ranger and would you share a foxhole with this ranger every single time? >> all: i want to be an -- >> reporter: in fact, that ranger said he would not have made it through the course without lieutenant haver who he said volunteered to help him carry a load that he could not manage alone. amy and david. >> wow. >> incredible, martha. winning over hearts and minds and inspiring so many young women now watching those two. >> we thought just making it to friday was a big deal. after that we got some work to do. incredible. >> speaking of work ginger has a lot on her hand, more fire warnings. look at the picture behind you. this is the national weather service in spokane, they have issued the exploded the fire watches anticipates warnings from colorado to spokane. today and tomorrow, things improve as we go to the end the weekend. let's get the weekend getaway
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brought to you by jc penny. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, david murphy here with an update from accuweather. looks like our rain is pretty much off the of the coast. we're drying out. pennypack creek is among the waterways that is running high. that will improve quickly. we have sunshine breakerring in -- breaking in behind the departing clouds. it will be muggy, but it will change. we're moving from the 70s to the 88. less and less humid. saturday looks nice, more humid on sunday with a spotty
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>> good morning, i'm tamala edwards, 7:26 friday, august 21, let's check in with matt pellman see what it looks like for the commute. >> reporter: typical summertime morning, the delays are not too bad. at least that's the case on i-95 four extra minutes on southbound travel time, slugy from allegheny to -- sluggish from
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allegheny to girard. 320, gulf road and trinity lane is shut down because of debris on the road stay on king of prussia road to get around that blockage. flooding locations by sandy run walnut avenue is blocked off in orhandle. valley green road is shut down because of minor flooding at the wissahickon. four different septa regional rails lines have 20 minutes delays, they are airport line, warminster and west trenton and paoli. >> reporter: let's go outside to david murphy. >> reporter: i can see in the south there's blue skies, the thunderstorms have moved out,
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we're in the process of drying out getting sun back in play. 68 in allentown, 72 in cape may. we have humidity dropping as we peek, today less humid, warm high of 88. saturday, looks great, a little more humid with spotty shower around on sunday. >> that's it for now, of course we'll be back in 30, back to "g.m.a."
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f good morning, america. right now two people recovering in the hospital after an explosion rocked a building in los angeles. the fire department saying an electric generator caused the blast. a new study raising doubts about the effectiveness of early interventions for something known as stage zero breast cancer. a 10-year-old shark attack survivor recovering this morning after a three-foot-long shark bit her leg at jacksonville beach in florida. >> we do say good morning, america. a lot to get to on this friday morning and wanted to give a shoutout to robin down in the gulf coast, her hometown of pass christian, mississippi, ten years after hurricane katrina and that's robin's extended family because she has tracked their recovery for ten years now talking to her coming up. >> you can feel the love in the pass as robin likes to call it, yep, looking forward to that. first, it was an emotional day in court in that prep school trial, the young accuser in
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tears sharing her side of the story and facing a tough cross-examination. her mother and the school nurse also taking the stand. dan and nancy standing by to discuss but first abc's gio benitez has the latest from concord, new hampshire. good morning, gio. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. that girl walked out of that courtroom in tears after tough questions about whether she's telling the truth. this morning, the alleged victim in the prep school rape trial is off the stand after spending nearly three days emotionally describing a violent assault she says happened at the hands of now 19-year-old owen labrie. a tough cross-examination by the defense attorney asking intimate details and asking why she says she was cloudy in her interview with police. >> why were you cloudy? >> i was raped. >> reporter: we're disguising her voice, a 16-year-old girl, 15 at the time in question. >> were you excited to have his
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attention? >> during the kissing, yes, i was. >> you were laughing at various points with owen, weren't you? >> again, laughing nervously, yes. >> reporter: also taking the stand thursday, the alleged victim's mother remembering the call she says she got in the middle of the night days after the encounter. >> i was just trying to calm her down to understand what she was trying to tell me. she said something bad has happened. >> reporter: and this woman, a school nurse who the girl went to for emergency contraception. >> did you talk about whether the intercourse was consensual or not? >> yes, i did ask her those questions and she said that it was consensual, that it was not coerced. >> reporter: labrie denies he and the girl ever had sexual intercourse. he'll eventually take the stand. >> the defense is trying a few different strategy, doing a little bit of blaming the victim and trying to say she knew what she was getting into. >> reporter: but the girl's family's spokesperson says one
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year after the alleged incident the girl is feeling stronger. >> she even asked you to deliver a message. >> she wanted everyone to know that she's not just a victim. she's a survivor. >> reporter: labrie has pleaded not guilty, court is not in session today. so everyone will be coming back here on monday to face that jury of 11 men and 3 women, david. >> all right, gio has been on the case since the start, thanks. to dan abrams and nancy grace from "nancy grace" on hln. first, dan, how did she do? >> she was a good witness, she was smart. she was thoughtful. she was careful about what she said but it doesn't change the fact that the prosecutors have real hurdles here with regard to some of the facts. the fact that she sent these facebook texts which seemed almost flirty after the fact, that she told the nurse it was consensual, these are real problems when it comes to getting a conviction beyond a reasonable doubt. >> but, nancy, this was
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difficult to listen to and the prosecutor a grown man asking a teenage girl the kinds of questions we hear in cases like this. >> yes, extremely difficult. i think both sides have big problems, because, remember, the defense is there was no sexual intercourse at all. why is that the defense? because at her age of 15 even if it was consensual the defendant now 19 is looking at a charge of statutory rape, so he can only claim no sex, so let me ask you this, dan abrams, in those flirty e-mails and texts that you refer to, why did the defendant say, praise jesus, i put on a condom halfway through. halfway through what, dan? >> yeah, and that's -- look, there's no question that that's a challenge for the defense except that the most serious charges in this case are not statutory rape charges. that's a nice sort of side point
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to make but the reality is we're talking -- >> still a rape. >> talking about a forcible rape case here, nancy, and the bottom line is that the issues that we're raising about the facebook texts, et cetera, even if you're right, even if this jury believes, yes, they had sex, but we're not convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that this was forcible and that it was nonconsensual. that's a real problem for the prosecution in this case. >> but, you know, dan, she brings up this notion about what happened whether there was sex or whether there wasn't. how big of a deal is the nurse's testimony that the young woman said it was consensual. >> i think it's a real problem for the prosecution. the there are explanations for it. it's not atypical for a rape victim to not want to disclose what happened. but when it comes to a jury, it's a real problem. it's a problem for the prosecution in this case. but, look, i agree with you. listening to old man asking 15-year-old girls, now 16-year-old girl icky questions,
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there's -- it's such a fine line where the lawyer has to be so careful. >> you know what's interesting, you know what's really interesting about what you're saying is that when you actually deal with date rape victims and there's no doubt she met him willingly, she says she was flattered an upperclassman would want to be with her, a 15-year-old lower classman. she thought he was handsome so wanted to meet in the mechanical room at the top of a school building. what's interesting is when you really deal with date rape victims, they feel like it's their fault. they don't want to say, yeah, i went on a date and i didn't complain when i got raped. yes, you're right but tell me this, why would she be asking about plan b if there had not been intercourse? why would she call her mother at midnight and admit, mom, something bad happened. you don't do that when you have consensual sex. why would she go to the hospital after that? >> it is possible -- >> because this happened. >> it is possible that these
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jurors could both believe that she's telling the truth and that they're unwilling to convict beyond a reasonable doubt. >> all right, as gio said the case resumes next week. nancy grace of hln and dan abrams in our studio, as always, thanks. we'll get to ginger in the park. >> she made her way to the park and has the latest on the weather. >> i made the short trip to the park but kaelyn andi want to ste front that is affecting much of the east coast this morning and the southeast this is birmingham, alabama, flash flooding all over the roads. be careful there. there's a developing storm that could become a hurricane and turn toward hawaii. we're following that as we get closer to next week. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: elementary, ginger the front i were -- all right,
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ginger the front you were talking about is clearing the coast. we'll have a high of 88 today the humidity starts dropping including tomorrow, more humid sunday. shocked. >> never heard that before. >> ginger, thank you. coming up next, we have the very latest on the ashley madison scandal. millions of e-mail addresses from the cheating website exposed. reality star josh duggar taking heat for being one of them. hi! what happened to your hair? i got it. walgreens has all you need to keep it all under control. from a little touch-up... come on, guys! to finding that perfect finishing touch... to making memories at the touch of a button. all without missing a beat.
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for the members of ashley madison. this second huge data dump twice the size of the first one and that first leak already exposing some deep dark secrets that finger to the lips on the home page suggesting discretion almost meaningless this morning having already released ten gigabytes of ashley madison's customers' personal and financial data hackers calling them the impact team posted another 20 gigabytes. >> september is going to be a good month for divorce lawyers in america because this ashley madison hack demonstrates clearly people who have had affairs and that's going to translate into more divorces. >> reporter: millions of e-mails belonging to the infidelity interested. at least two dozen of them allegedly vatican addresses and some 1,000 customer e-mail addresses come from dot mil or dot gov. >> of course it's an issue because conduct is very important. >> reporter: extramarital affairs violate the military's
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code of conduct. but the biggest name caught up in the adultery dump, josh duggar, the embattled reality star from "19 kids and counting." duggar put out a statement overnight saying "i have been the biggest hypocrite ever." ♪ ♪ i'll be loyal to you >> reporter: earlier this year he was forced to apologize that reports surfaced that as a teenager he had molested some of his sisters. >> isn't it time for >> reporter: as for ashley madison in a statement the company says "we will continue to put forth substantial efforts into removing any information unlawfully released to the public, as well as continuing to operate our business." the fbi is now involved in the investigation to find the hackers. the company calling this a criminal act by people who have appointed themselves the moral judge, jury and executioner. >> wow, this just seems to grow and grow. >> i think there will be more. >> david, thanks.
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back now with a "gma" exclusive. ufc star ronda rousey, "sports illustrated" calling her the world's most dominant athlete and now she's joining us from los angeles with a big announcement about her next fight, ronda, thanks for being with us. >> thank you for having me on. >> all right, so everybody wants to know when you will be stepping back into the octagon. >> january 2nd i'll be fighting with holly holme who is the most decorated striker we have in all of mixed martial arts. like 19-time boxing world champion was the ring magazine pound for pound fighter of the year and definitely my biggest challenge to date so i'm super excited about it. >> she won two ufc fights alone this year. so will you be able to take her. >> of course, i can take
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anybody. >> we figured as much. >> ronda, i have a two-part question for you. given that your last fight was 34 seconds long, the two questions are, one, how many seconds do you think it'll take this time and, two, why would anybody buy a ticket to your fight since they only last a few seconds? >> well, i prepare for a five-round war every time i get in there. nobody is easy until after you beat them. with holly she's the type that's ready to go 12 boxing rounds. she's not the average chick i would fight. the best striker i've ever fought and striking is something i learned much later in my career so i never expect fights to be easy and fast and no one knows how the fights will go and that's why everybody buys them. do to get ready for this and how do you handle that pressure? >> well, because of the way my
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>> hey, everyone, i'm matt o'donnell, 7:56 august 21, let's go to matt pellman and see what's going on i-95. >> reporter: we talked about how delays weren't that bad on nye, but, of course, then a crash hams in the southbound lanes by the betsy ross bridge and girard. penndot is on the scene blocking the left lane. looks like the accident is in the process of clearing. a slow go from the betsy ross bridge into girard. off the schuylkill expressway at gulph mills, 320, trinity lane blocked from the debris from the storms stay on king of prussia
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road as an alternate around 320. the crash in pennsauken in the westbound lanes of 38 approaching 130. if you're heading into ac, don't do so by route 40, there's a crash at 629. 20 minute delays on the septa regional rail lines, warminster, west trenton and paoli and doyle/lansdale trains running behind. >> let's go outside to david murphy. >> reporter: 75 degrees currently in philadelphia. with the winds dropping out of the north, the humanitarian is on its way -- the humidity is on its way down. matt, a warm high of 88. less humidity it will be comfortable. 86 saturday, 88 on summed, clouds and -- on sunday, more
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. women's hurt alert right now. the new study raising big questions over stage zero breast cancer. dr. jen ashton breaks down what you need to know. the incredible rescue. the 10-year-old girl who escaped a shark attack only to run back in the water to save her friend. her dad speaking about the harrowing moments when her little girl saved a life. are you feeling stressed out this summer? research revealing what could be making you tense this august. how to dial down your stress and reclaim your life starting this morning. ♪ and they're so perfect we've been counting down all summer to this massive concert event. people lined up for days waiting for the concert. 5 seconds of summer about to rock central park like we've never seen before as we say -- >> all: good morning, america!
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[ cheers and applause ] >> live from times square, so much excitement here this morning. 5 seconds of summer taking the stage on one of our biggest concerts in central park ever. >> we got a great crowd here in times square too but jesse palmer is already up in central park. hey, jesse. >> hey, guys, i know you can hear that. so many super fans for 5 seconds of summer, they waited throughout the night, throughout the morning, through the rain, by the way, all for this big moment and that moment is finally here. so 5 seconds of summer, come on out, guys. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> that cheer might have been recorded on the richter scale. we cannot wait for the live performance and we also have a very special guest here this morning. robin is joining us from her
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hometown of pass christian, a big crowd up early there, as well with robin. she has her special on this tenth anniversary of katrina. robin, we'll send it out to you. >> amy, i know you got a big crowd in central park, we, as you can see, have a big crowd in my beloved hometown. it's hard to imagine it's been a decade since hurricane katrina's devastation but today the recovery and the spirit that you see here are truly inspirational. i'll show you what i mean just ahead, amy and david. >> the pass, as you call it, robin. you've done extraordinary work in your hometown. first dan harris has the headlines inside this morning. >> hey, the big story this morning, a terrifying explosion rattling downtown los angeles. the underground blast shook up a high-rise building leaving several with minor injuries. firefighters quickly extinguished the flames and briefly knocked out power to the staples center in the center of the town and in the middle of a shania twain concert. twain tweeting "we had so much
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fun in l.a. we blew the power out." the actual cause may be a generator. extraordinary step in the fight against those raging wildfires in washington state. civilian volunteers are being accepted today and we now know the identity of the three firefighters killed there. all were members of a special fire scouting unit. their job was to lead the way for the other firefighters. now to an extraordinary shark tale out of florida. it's about a 10-year-old girl who was bitten and then not only saved herself but also her friend. here's abc's reena ninan. >> reporter: this morning, this 10-year-old shark bite victim is not only alive but smiling. kaley was enjoying a day at the beach when a three-foot-long shark took a bite out of her leg as she was exiting the surf. >> she could see the fin flailing around and cell r yelled to her friend get out of the water.
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>> reporter: wjxt visiting her in the hospital and talking with her dad dave who row counted her harrowing experience. she plunged back into the depths of danger to help another young friend still in the water. >> she walked herself out of the ocean and she realized that the 6-year-old was still in the water so she turned around and went back and got the 6-year-old and took her out of the water, sorry. it's emotional. >> reporter: the 10-year-old rushed to the hospital with several large lacerations. >> she had about 90 stitches. >> reporter: this morning kaley still recovering from the hospital but her dad hopeful she'll be back in the water just as soon as she's able. >> i'm just so proud of her. just so thankful that she's doing so well. >> reporter: for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> thank you, reena. she is fantastic. speaking of fantastic, check out this moment from the world of sports. look at what happens in the middle of this rugby game in australia. a 4-year-old boy wanders on
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tothe field. the players hand him the ball and let him run down the field or the pitch as they call it for a goal. the guys faking failed tackles. after he was carried over the goal line he was reunited with his mother who grounded him until he's 18 years old. amy, over to you. >> it was all worth it, dan. i'm sure. thanks, and now here's a look at what's ahead on the "gma morning menu." in our "heat index" women's hurt alert. new questions about treatment for stage zero breast cancer. and then stress rescue. are you feeling tense right now? well, the research revealing what really may be making you stressed and then robin joins us live from the gulf coast returning to her hometown ten years after hurricane katrina. all of that and 5 seconds of summer performing live coming up next on "gma." ♪ "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by nexium 24 hour. available without a prescription. eryone loves their. and now, with the iphone forever from sprint,
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welcome back to "gma" and time now for the "heat index" and this morning's hot button. a new report raising big questions about breast cancer treatment. as many as 60,000 women a year are diagnosed with something known as stage zero breast cancer and now a new study raising doubts about the effectiveness of early intervention. this morning a new study shedding light on dcis, also known as stage zero breast cancer. as many as 60,000 women each year are told they have these precancerous cells and until now urged to undergo aggressive treatments like a mastectomy and radiation to prevent cancer. >> it is a condition that puts you at higher risk to develop an
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invasive cancer. >> reporter: the study that followed 100,000 women for 20 years shows these painful and risky procedures may be unnecessary. the "journal of the medical association oncology report" found only 3.3% of these women die from breast cancer. >> it is not a lethal condition. you won't die from it. so it's important to know you don't have to do more than you need. >> reporter: but the study did find that some african-american women with dcis are still at a higher risk. and joining us now from los angeles is dr. jennifer ashton. jen, thanks for being with us. >> good morning, amy. >> so help us further explain this stage zero cancer. is it technically cancer? >> well, first you have to understand the range of pathology results for this type of breast cancer and it's really a spectrum that goes from normal through a couple of stages to atypical cells to dcis to invasive ductal breast cancer and the key here and the controversy really is in those
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middle stages, the atypical cell, the dcis and how best to treat them or should they be treated at all? that's where the controversy is. >> right, so if the recommendation is to do nothing that emotionally has to be frightening to hear as a patient? >> oh, it's not only frightening, this concept of watchful waiting is challenging for the medical community, for doctors and for patients alike. we're already seeing that occur in other types of cancers, for example, in cervical cancer, today we're watching and following certain types of abnormal pap smears where ten years ago those women would have had surgery on their cervix so this is the concept. should this type of lesion be treated and if so, in what type of patient? >> and, jen, it's not just about whether or not dcis should be treated. there is is also disagreement among pathologists about how it's diagnosed, correct? >> absolutely and, listen, we have to remember what the pathologists do when they look at the slide, this is an art and
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science. there is a human component, there is a surgical component in terms of margins and can be very, very subtle differences between atypical cells and dcis in some case. >> so, jen, if you're someone who has been told they have dcis or stage zero breast cancer, what is your recommendation as a doctor? >> well, i get this question all the time, amy, from women so the first thing i recommend is stop, take a minute, take a deep breath. this feels like an emergency, and emotionally it really does feel that way but medically you have time. the second thing, if possible, consider asking for those biopsy slides and bringing them to another pathologist for a second opinion. that could be at the same hospital or at a completely different breast center and, lastly, you have to weigh the risks versus the benefits, versus the options and that's the risk of treating versus the risk of not treating versus the benefiting of treating or benefit of not treating and those options. this is not one size fits so so
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we'll be following this closely in the future and hearing a lot more about had. >> every cancer is different, dr. jen ashton, thank you very much for being with us. >> you bet, amy. >> great advice there to take a deep breath but it's so hard when a woman and her family lears this. the stress rescue series we've been covering here on "gma." we're taking on fomo, also known as the fear of missing out. a study revealing i was missing out all week. that's why i'm here. it's stressing them out. how do you beat it. abc's abbie boudreau. >> reporter: jobs can be stressful. dating can be stressful. but can social media be stressing you out too? a new article in "the new york times" suggests that scanning scenic snaps and vivacious taylor swift songs and pics of j. lo or amy schumer in the sunset or serene shots from your
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own family, friends or co-workers could be bringing you some summer blues. >> as you browse these pictures of other people's lives, that leads people to feel more envy or jealousy and it's those feelings in turn lead you to feel worse over time. >> reporter: it's called fomo, fear of missing out and while the term has been around for awhile, the article now suggests fomo could actually be worse in the summer than the rest of the year. some research even suggesting that strolling through your social media feeds can enhance envy and that even while you're looking at something seemingly relaxing like a setting sun in a tropical paradise, it could actually make you feel worse. >> when you constantly compare your own life to other people's lives, if everyone else's life looks fantastic you're going to feel bad. >> reporter: while facebook and instagram can be helpful for keeping in touch with a far away friend it's also important to get up and do things irl, aka, in real life. >> it's really important to
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strike a balance between how frequently we're engaging with these online social networks. >> reporter: so what should you do if seeing your favorite pop stars living large turns you into a green-eyed monster? get up and make some plans and get in some real face-to-face time. >> the more you interact with people directly, the better you feel. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> what amy was saying, you actually feel happy for people when you look at the pictures. >> oh, look where they are but also know no one is posting the fight they just had with their spouse. >> exactly. >> how they felt when they woke up. >> as i get older fomo just goes down and come to the conclusion no matter how great it looks it's definitely not that cool. >> and it's filtered. definitely put an instagram filter on it always. >> even when they say no filter. we figured it out here. moving on to a very remarkable and inspirational story ten years after hurricane katrina, robin returns home to the gulf coast giving us an in-depth look at how the south
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is recovering and the resilience of its people and this morning she is taking us back to her hometown in pass christian, mississippi, robin, good morning to you. >> good morning to you too, amy. we affectionately call it the pass and i got to tell you ten years ago i couldn't get here fast enough after the hurricane hit like thousands of others, i was searching for my family so here's a look at what happened after the darkest hours. on august 29th, 2005, hurricane katrina taught thousands of people a very painful life lesson. the place you love and call home can in a split second disappear. >> robin, i know when you left here last night and flew down, you hadn't been able to make contact with your own family yet. have you done so? >> they're okay. >> they're okay. >> they're fine and just so many people, excuse me, so many
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people affected by this storm who can't get to the loved ones, i was fortunate enough to be able to get down here and see them firsthand. >> you know for about, what, 24 to 48 hours you didn't know if mom and i were even alive. how was that? i've never even asked you that. >> i remember just saying, i know i'm here to report, but i got to find my mom and my sister. and i know the reason i broke down and cried like i did once i found you all and did my report is because i knew people were tuning in that morning feeling what i had just felt, not knowing about their loved ones. i knew what that felt like. i knew the hopelessness. >> right. >> reporter: my sister dorothy who has lived through the rebuilding always gives her little sis perspective. >> but the important thing that i think we need to have people
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remember is that we are moving forward. >> reporter: more than 60,000 homes were destroyed in mississippi. in those early days, after katrina devastated my hometown of pass christian and the entire region, i made a promise. >> you will not be forgotten. >> reporter: "good morning america" adopted the gulf coast with an initiative called "gma" gets it done. i joined amazing, dedicated volunteers from all across the country. each time i returned, i saw the many ways that they have restored their lives. wow. look at it now. ten years ago, you couldn't even see the water. >> right. >> i mean you couldn't even see the street then is there and all the debate. >> reporter: while we'll always remember what's missing. you can see the contrast on seal avenue for the hopes rebuilt but look right across here, there used to be a home here.
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>> right. used to be a home there. >> right. you can see steps or part of the structure so there was a home there, there was a home there. what i noticed most is a celebration of life. i see strength. i see beauty. i see our town re-emerging. i see the beauty again, the spirit has never left. >> oh, no. >> i'm actually seeing the pass again. it's been a journey to get here. it's a new building that houses the elementary and middle schools here in pass christian. still hear the voices of my schoolmates, this has all been rebuilt, all been rebuilt. look at this. pass christian school district. number one in state for academic excellence five consecutive years. resilience. that's what i'm talking about. today, all across the gulf coast, i witness this rebirth.
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a love of life and home and spirit of hope and recovery. always growing strong. and that strength and beauty is on display here in the pass and these women right here, these are the original t-shirts you saw in the piece, "gma" gets it done and it still fits ten years later. wonderful. but just can't tell you how proud i am of all that you have done for yourselves and accepting the help of others and there is a man i want to bring in right now. he got me safely to my mother and my sister. ryan frazier, a former police officer with the gulfport police department. hey, ryan. oh, my goodness. you know when you saw me crying like a little baby, this man right here, one of the first responders, one of the great first responders, you were on duty, you saw us, you helped me in your car navigating some really bad roads to get there to
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my mom and my family will forever be grateful. what are your memories of that night? >> just the sheer devastation. it was terrible. maneuvering those road, trying to get through there, bringing the camera crew. i remember the big truck and had the power line, trees down. we to take one road and up one road down another and it was just -- it was terrible. i can't imagine what you were going through wondering how your mom was going to be once we got there. >> like you said you have a mom and you were thinking how you would feel in the same situation. >> that's right. that's exactly right. >> so when you look around ten years later and i love -- i remember the first time we heard the train after katrina, that meant that things were going back to normal. we don't mind hearing that train in the distance. what do you see ten years later after katrina? >> just the incredible people. these are true americans, that's what it's all about. they're tough and strong folks and we're getting it done. >> yeah. >> we're coming back, coming back strong and it's going to be better than before. >> it is and some areas are
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doing better than others, we're being very honest about that and it takes time and even ten years later. he's a daddy now. got a 6-year-old, right? >> i do. little emily. emily is in the first grade. this is her second week now. she's the love of my life, that little girl and she is so happy that i'm here today and that, you know, i got a chance to meet you, robin. >> great. you're taller than what i remember from ten years ago but, ryan, thank you. you also helped secure that live shot so we were able to broadcast to the country and let everybody know what was happening here in the pass and all along the coast and we thank you for that, ryan. >> thank you very much, robin. >> appreciate that. [ applause ] >> so that is it here from war memorial park in pass christian. >> robin, as a thank you from me and all the people down here. >> thank you, ryan. >> hey. [ applause ] i really want to say, you kept the focus here on mississippi and while really the national
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media took it elsewhere you tried to keep it down here where it wronged and i appreciate it. >> that's very kind. that's very kind of you and i'm proud of you. as i like to say there's just something about the south. >> thank you, robin. >> all right, david, back to you. >> robin, you're proof of that. robin's special, "katrina: 10 years after the storm," she made a promise and kept it ten years going back to that community. i love the school five years tops in academic excellence. back to ginger. >> yes, out here, amidst the scre screams, david, the 5 seconds of a look at the rain that moved east all of it trying to move into the atlantic by the end of the day, that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: the cold front is pushing through, the rain is off the coast. as we look outside the sunshine
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is back in play. there's the airport. temperatures in the # -- 70s, the humidity on the way down. accuweather says high of 88. saturday, pleasant. more humid sunday, 88 spotty showers or thunderstorm here or there east of philadelphia. a bit more of that monday night and nice starting tuesday. back to "g.m.a." "pop news" one big brothers of 5 seconds of summer who got their start opening for 1d in 2013 have a brand-new video for their hit "drag me down" and nick watt has the latest. >> reporter: yep, those are legit nasa space suits. >> i've got five for a heart i'm not scared of the dark -- >> reporter: one direction filmed this at nasa's johnson space center in houston, a first for nasa, crazy. ♪ baby you're my only reason
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♪ if i didn't have you >> reporter: louis is driving a space exploration and harry is hanging with a real-life robot. ♪ nobody can drag me down." >> reporter: the song, of course, is "drag me down." ♪ nobody can drag me down >> reporter: and they gave us the video first. ♪ all my life >> reporter: yes, 1d is out of this world and take me to the moon, any other space-based 1d adorers, tweet us. ♪ drag me down >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. ♪ nobody can drag me down [ cheers and applause ] >> coming up, 5 seconds of summer hits the stage. don't go anywhere. >> hey, everyone, good friday
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to you, i'm matt o'donnell. 8:27. let's turn to matt pellman who is filling in your karen rogers. how's the traffic, matt? >> reporter: we made it to friday, and we're making it to work. traffic is a little bad, not nearly as bad as some mornings, but ten minute delay on the westbound travel time. gulph road and trinity lane is shut down because of debris that washed down from the overnight storms. king of prussia road a better bet this morning. we have high water in montgomery because of the storms in orland walnut avenue blocked by sandy run. wissahickon got high, so valley green is shut down in flour town. airport warminster, west
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trenton, thorndale paoli and lansdale doylestown all affected because power down. king of prussia, 11 miles per hour there matt. >> reporter: not so pleasant. >> reporter: the sign is making a comeback. 75 degrees, wind out of the northwest are bringing drier air in place, the humidity levels are dropping as we speak. this afternoon, high of 88. sun and clouds, less humid, warm, but nice. saturday, pleasant high of 86. humidity building in sunday, high of 88. there could be a spotty shower or thunderstorm here and there, especially east of philadelphia. a little unstable monday night, matt. after that, things are looking great on tuesday. >> a man's body is found alongside a road in west chester, police are unshore if he feels the victim of a car
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ welcome back to "gma." i've got to say we've got the best show on television this morning. we are so excite the to have 5 seconds of summer here. thousands of fans packing into central park for our huge summer concert. >> you know, ginger, this super band has sold more than 3 million albums and they're rocking a sold out global tour and you're about to hear why. >> all right. we should do this. let's get to their 5 seconds of summer's multiplatinum hit "she looks so perfect ♪ ♪
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♪ hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ hey hey hey hey ♪ hey hey hey hey ♪ hey hey hey hey ♪ hey hey hey hey ♪ hey hey hey hey ♪ simmer down simmer down they say we're too young now to amount to anything else ♪ ♪ but look around we work too damn hard for this just to give it up now ♪ ♪ if you don't swim you'll drown but don't move honey ♪ ♪ you look so perfect standing there in my american apparel underwear ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down your lipstick stain is a work of art ♪ ♪ i got your name tattooed in an arrow heart and i know now that
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i'm so down ♪ ♪ hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ let's get out let's get out 'cause this deadbeat town's only here just to keep us down ♪ ♪ while i was out i found myself alone ♪ >> let me hear you. ♪ with a plane ticket with your name on it ♪ ♪ would you wanna run away too ♪ ♪ 'cause all i really want is you ♪ ♪ you look so perfect standing there in my american apparel underwear ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down i made a mix tape straight out of '94 ♪ ♪ i've got your ripped skinny jeans lying on the floor and i know now that i'm so down ♪
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♪ hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ you look so perfect standing there in my american apparel underwear ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down your lipstick stain is a work of art ♪ ♪ i got your name tattooed in an arrow heart and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ she looks so perfect standing there in my american apparel underwear ♪
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♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ your lipstick stain is a work of art hey hey ♪ ♪ i got your name tattooed in an arrow heart ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> wow! how about that. the 5 seconds of summer. did you all like that? [ cheers and applause ] the screams are never ending. i will try to get a little something out here. good morning! oh, my god. michael, let's talk about the weather forecast which is hot in the pacific northwest. the fire watch ramped up from colorado to wyoming. the winds speeds are following
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as they go through the weekend. just so you guys know, this is why the screaming has not stopped. good morning, thank you. let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: looks like she is having so much fun at those friday cons saturdays. nothing on the storm tracker 6 live, all the thunderstorms off the east coast. temperatures go up today, 88 degrees, 86 tomorrow. a little more humid sunday. are the crowd is out of control. >> it is loud out here but now we've got some big news for all of you zombie fans, the highly anticipated spin-off "fear the walking dead" is right around the corner and abc's t.j. holmes has a behind-the-scenes peek at all the tension and all the terror. >> everyone was dead. there was blood. >> what you saw was a night pair. >> reporter: it's the highly
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anticipated series that has the "the walking dead" dying for their next zombie fix. amc's "fear the walking dead" is not a prequel, per se, but a companion series set in los angeles before the zombie apocalypse. >> we're calling it a companion show because there's no characters that relate to our characters. we just happen to be in the same universe completely different part of the world. >> reporter: the six-episode series starring lorenzo henry centers around a blended family that learns about a mysterious virus affecting people in the city. >> it explores aspects of human nature and explores the aspect of reason and using your intellect. if the world were to end what would you do. >> reporter: those famed walkers will be making a deadly appearance but with a different name. what are they referred to. >> the people that have been infected because nobody definitively knows what it is. >> reporter: we're told this new show and its veteran counterpart won't have any overlap at least yet. some of the fans are hoping
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maybe we can see some of those cashes come back in the show. >> yeah. >> should they be hopeful. >> i can't give anything away that i'll get killed. >> reporter: it's that secretiveness on and off set that have both cast members and fans alike in the dark. >> we have got security people like watching every piece of paper on set. that's a part of what makes the show cool is we don't want to give any spoilers away. >> reporter: and hoping to keep "the walking dead" fanatics tuned in. >> this is an important part of their franchise and a lot of pressure around all involved that it's successful. >> it's a passionate, loyal, huge fan base and i hope we please them. >> reporter: for "good morning america," t.j. holmes, abc news, los angeles. >> "fear the walking dead" anchor baby premieres this sunday on amc and coming up, more with 5 seconds of summer performing live right here on "gma." [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] i may never hear from these ears again. back now with 5 seconds of summer. here for our huge "gma" summer concert series. they have a brand-new album, "sounds good feels good." it comes out october 23rd and we along with your thousands of screaming fans are excited. you're here in central park with us. welcome. >> thank you. great to be here. >> so you guys have finally put out a new album.
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you can tell everyone has been waiting. tell us about the sound. what's different about this album. >> this one is kind of a tale of the new broken scene which is the revolution for our fans to get behind and follow close with their hearts. a lot more personal and super proud of it and can't wait for people to hear it. >> that will happen in just a moment. i want to say, michael, that you're glad safe and sound after the pyrotechnic accident that happened. >> thank you, thank you. >> they're all happy too. >> crowd is excited about it. >> the hashtag we love you michael was huge in social media trending worldwide after you shared a very personal message about receiving therapy. >> yeah, i think that was just a time last week where i think it was taken a little out of context but it was just like, it was a thing that happened for me and it's all good now. >> it's all good. >> hanging out. playing some shows and people have showed up to listen to music. [ cheers and applause ] >> ashton, i know you co-wrote
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"she's kinda hot" with michael that you're about to perform. joel and benji madden contributed to it, as well. what kind of influence have they had. >> a huge influence. those guys are our brothers and probably they're like a punk pop version of yoda. they're very wise and have endless advice for us and try to lead us in the right way in life. >> i like that. >> you've been playing since you were 10 years old. >> i have been playing guitar since i was 10 years old. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> i was better when i was 12 than i am now. it's getting worse. >> what prepared you in life for all of this, calum? >> i don't know. we've probably been on tour for about four years out of the four years of being a band so it's just great to see so many people show up. >> everyone is very excited to hear you talk but we're much more excited about hearing you guys sing, how about it? let's not keep the fans waiting any longer. here is 5 seconds of summer with
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their brand-new single "she's kinda hot" off their upcoming album "sounds good feels good." >> let's do it. >> how now brown cow. >> everybody better know every single word to this song, every single word. >> i don't even think i know every single word. i'm all good. ♪ hey ♪ ♪ my girlfriend's 'cause i always sleep in she's always screaming when she's calling her friend ♪ ♪ she's kinda hot though yeah she's kinda hot though ♪ ♪ my shrink is telling me i got crazy dreams she's also saying i got low self-esteem ♪
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♪ she's kinda hot though yeah she's kinda hot though ♪ ♪ she put me on meds she won't get out of my head she's kinda hot though one, two, three, go ♪ ♪ hey ♪ my friend left college 'cause it felt like a job his mom and dad both think he's a slob ♪ ♪ he's got a shot though yeah he's got a shot though ♪ ♪ no not really when you've got bigger plans that no one else understands you've got a shot though ♪ >> sing it out. ♪ they say we're losers and we're all right with that we are the leaders of the not coming back's but we're all right though ♪
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♪ yeah we're all right though ♪ we are the kings and the queens of the new broken scene yeah we're all right though ♪ >> everybody, go crazy. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ sometimes i'm feeling like i'm going insane my neighbor told me that i got bad brains ♪ ♪ but i'm all right though we're all right though yeah we'll be all right though ♪ ♪ we're all right though hey 'cause we're the kings and the queens ♪ ♪ of the new broken scene and
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we're all right one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ they say we're losers and we're all right with that ♪ ♪ we are the leaders of the not coming back's but we're all right though ♪ ♪ we're all right though yeah we're all right though we're all right though ♪ ♪ we are the kings and the queens of the new broken scene yeah we're all right though ♪ >> everybody, sing this. ♪ na na na na na na na na ♪ na na na na na na na na ♪ but we're his ♪ na na na na na na na na ♪ we are the kings and the queens of the new broken scene yeah we're all right though ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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"gma's" summer concert series presented by the makers
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[ cheers and applause ] we are back now with more 5 seconds of summer. >> and here they are with their hit cover of "what i like about you ♪ ♪ >> one, two, three, four. ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ ♪ >> here we go! ♪
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♪ hey hey ♪ that's what i like about you you hold me tight tell me i'm the only one wanna come over tonight yeah ♪ ♪ keep on whispering in my ear tell me all the things that i wanna hear ♪ ♪ 'cause it's true that's right that's what i like about you ♪ ♪ what i like about you you really know how to dance when you go up down jump around think about true romance yeah ♪ ♪ keep on whispering in my ear tell me all the things that i wanna hear ♪ ♪ 'cause it's true that's what i like about you ♪
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♪ that's what i like about you what i like about you ♪ ♪ that's what i like about you what i like about you ♪ ♪ that's what i like about you what i like about you ♪ ♪ that's what i like about you what i like about you ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ >> that's right. ♪ what i like about you you all scream so freakin' loud never want to let you go know you make me feel all right ♪ that's what i like about you ♪ >> here we go.
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♪ that's what i like about you what i like about you ♪ ♪ that's what i like about you what i like about you ♪ ♪ that's what i like about you what i like about you ♪ ♪ that's what i like about you that's what i like about you ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> yes! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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call 888 get fios or go online. get out of the past. get fios. [ cheers and applause ] what a friday here in the park. 5 seconds of summer. how was that. >> that was incredible. so glad everybody came out to see us today and couldn't be more thankful. >> gratitude. i think that's what everyone here is feeling. everyone, have a wonderful weekend. see you monday. >> stay well. [ cheers and applause ] good morning, everyone, 8:56
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on this friday august 21. matt pellman is in for karen with a look at the schuylkill expressway, matt. >> reporter: matt, you remember
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how i said we've seen worse mornings on 76. after that i said that it got much worse. there's an accident on the eastbound side by girard avenue, we're jammed from city avenue to girard avenue at this point, i think you would be better on the river drive or mlk or the kelly instead. broken down vehicle on the turnpike near norristown, but delays in either direction are not too bad. we had a crash in horsham that cleared along lower state road. if you're heading to the delaware memorial bridge expect delays all weekend long in both directions. this morning heading into delaware southbound 12 miles per hour. we have 20 minute delays on the septa regional rail lines, the airport, warminster, west trenton and thorndale paoli. >> feeling better out there. here's meteorologist david murphy. >> reporter: breezy and comfortable, mix of sun and clouds. currently, 77 degrees, the
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numbers are climbing and they will continue to do so. this afternoon we expect the humidity to continue to drop. down by the shore it will be less humid. 88 in philadelphia. mid 80s along the beach. pleasant on saturday, 86 degrees, a front moves back in off the ocean sunday and gets us more cloudy and high of 88 east of philadelphia showers. >> coming up on "action news" at noon, a death investigation in west chester. police are trying to figure out how a man's body ended up on a rural roadway. we're live with the latest. "live" with kelly and michael is next on 6abc, i'm matt o'donnell have a great friday and great weekend!
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the movie "trainwreck," john cena, plus "pitch perfect 2" star rebel wilson. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] now, here are emmy winners kelly ripa and michael strahan. [cheers and applause] [music playing] kelly: hi! michael: let me take this back. kelly: it's on my snapchat. michael: [laughing] whoa! ah! kelly: well, you asked for it, you got it. it's friday,


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