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good morning, america. right now, big decision. the vice president dodges crowds and questions. >> get out of my way, will you? >> closing in on whether to run for president. as hillary clinton and her rivals get ready for tomorrow's first major showdown. also overnight. suspended. major league baseball strikes back. coming down hard on the dodgers' chase utley. >> chase utley going in hard at second. tejada is down. >> banning him two game for barrelling into mets' shot sport ruben tejada and breaking his leg. the league calling it illegal. utley is appealing. engine on fire. the pilots abort takeoff on a crowded flight. coming to a stop from 100 miles
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an hour. the 160 people on board evacuated from the back of the plane. the investigation into what went wrong. and eye of the storm. a powerful water spout coming on shore. lifting a tractor trailer from the ground. shredding the postal truck. >> i have never been to hell, but i thought i was in hell. >> the driver lucky to be alive. speaking out for the first time only on "gma." and good morning, america. happy hond. joe biden had fun over the weekend. enjoying all that attention back home in delaware with his family. as he poppeders that decision on whether or not to run for president. you see the podium. an exthere podium ready at cnn just in case. he's not going to decide by tomorrow. >> will he or won't he? a lot of anticipation. hillary clinton and many others
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anxious to find out what biden will decide. it would shake up the race. cecilia vega starts us out with that this morning. >> reporter: hey, robin. the clock is ticking. every day counts for joe biden. sources say this is the week mooel make the big decision. we're just a day away from the big debate. president obama jumping in on this heated race. overnight, president obama weighing in on his possible replacement. but speaking out on "60 minutes," he would not say if he wanted joe bide on the jump in the race for 2016. >> i'm going the let joe make that decision. >> reporter: he had tough words on hillary clinton's e-mail controversy. >> she made a mistake. she's acknowledged it. i do think that the way it's been ginned up is in part because of politics. she could have handled the original decision better and the disclosures more quickly. >> reporter: and donald trump. >> he knows how to get
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attention. he's -- the classic reality tv character. and, at this early stages, it's not surprising that he's gotten a lot of attention. >> do you think he's going to disappear? >> i'll leave it up to the pundits to make that determination. i don't think he'll be the president of the united states. >> reporter: now, this just released lineup is in. five kptds going head to head. their spots at the podium based on their standing in the polls. front-runner hillary clinton grabbing center stage. vermont senator bernie sanders, chipping away at her lead, to her right. clinton holding mock debates. her aides playing the roles of her rivals. sanders still on the campaign trail. packing in the crowds over the weekend. 9,000 people in colorado. the one person not on that stage? biden. on the run, but dodging questions about the real race. >> are you -- >> get out of my way, will you?
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>> reporter: he did not want to talk this week end. sources say he'll decide some time after tomorrow's debate. you saw the sixth podium there just in case. organizers say they would allow bide on the show up on the day of and join the staple if he wants to. no one expecting that to happen. how much of a political show-stopper would that be. >> no question. they would let him debate. jon karl here. you saw the "60 minutes" interview. >> the contrast was stark. he said vice president bide listen go down in history as one of the best inconsequential vice presidents ever. i'll guarantee you he'll not be on the debate stage. that podium will not be used. i think he's getting very close to a decision. i believe by the end of the week we'll know. >> as we head into the debate tomorrow night. the latest polls show hillary clinton's lead has stabilized.
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>> it has. this will be the first time she's on stage having democrats going right at her in american. the latest "new york times"/cbs poll has her double digit lead. nearly a third of democratic voters in that poll say they don't see her as honest and trust worthy. >> now to breaking news on the american reporter being held in iran for more than a year on spying charges. we're learning this morning that jason rezaian has been convicted. brian ross is here with the latest. >> reporter: the conviction of "the washington post" reporter rezaian as a u.s. spy is being denounced by his editors this morning. the announcement on tv came after his arrest a year ago. his crime seems to be that he was an american reporter. and a good one.
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he's accused of espionage for, among other things, providing up to the minute news from iran and writing reports for "the washington post" that factions inside the iranian government considered biased. >> he's innocent. he's been caught up in larger forces inside iran. >> reporter: he talked about living in iran with anthony bourdain of cnn. >> i love it. and i hate it. but it's home. >> reporter: his only contact with the outside world was with his iranian wife and his mother, who told abc news, her son wishes he could be covering the news instead of being the news. >> unfortunately, he's been in prison for the last year. he and his wife who is also a europe list have not been able to. >> reporter: as of this morning, rezaian has been held longer than the hostages in 1979 captured at the u.s. embassy. for him, 448 days. >> he's been isolated.
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held. questioned for weeks and weegs on end. they don't have evidence to use against him. >> reporter: iran is said to be holding three other americans. a pastor accused of spreading christianity. saeed abedini. a former marine. amir hekmati, and robert eleventon, a former fbi ajebt who disappeared in iran several years ago. the families of these people were crushed when the iran deal did not mean the release of their loved ones. talks continue behind the scenes that could include a swap of prisoners. we turn now to the tense moments for passengers on an allegiant airlines flight. one of the engines caught fire on takeoff. david kerley has the details. >> reporter: we don't travel 100 miles an hour often on the
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ground, except for trying to take off. that's when you don't want to hear a loud sound from the engine. >> negative at this time. >> reporter: calm in the cockpit. confusion for passengers on this allegiant flight taking off from las vegas. at 100 miles an hour, passengers hear a loud pop or boom. the pilot aborts the takeoff. quickly stopping the plane. fire trucks surround the aircraft. >> we're just going to sit here for a second. we have no problems. fire truck is checking. everything is tine. >> reporter: the passengers get downstairs. they're unsure what happened. >> the tire looks flat. check it out. that tire's flat. well, why didn't they just tell us that? >> reporter: the faa tells us the right open gin caught fire on takeoff. with no reported injuries. allegiant will only say the sunday mishap was a mechanical issue. adding that passengers were reaccommodated on a replacement
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aircraft and that the airline will be conducting an investigation into the root cause. the issue? a fire. we'll learn what happened. all the passengers did get to fresno. their final destination. >> did you hear when they made the announcement stay on the plane, you could hear passengers going, huh uh. they're getting out of there. now to the controversial play. the playoff game between the nets and the dodgers. l.a.'s chase utley now suspended for two games for this slide that broke mets' shortstop ruben tejada's leg. t.j. holmes is at citi field where the teams play again tonight. good morning. >> reporter: yes, citi field. a baseball stadium. not a football stadium to talk about what was the most talked about and vicious tackle of the weekend. the play results in a comeback for the dodgers. also sparked outrage and now.
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the result? you got one player with a broke b leg. another player suspended. and a new most hated man in new york. overnight, major league baseball taking action against the l.a. dodgers' chase utley after his slide broke the leg of ruben tejada. >> chase utley going in hard at second. tejada is down. >> reporter: utley suspended for the next two games. a decision he says he'll appeal. the dodgers say they stand behind chase utley and his decision to appeal the decision. the mets say they feel this was the appropriate course of action. the slide sparked a heated debate about the fine line between good, hard baseball and a dirty play. >> it wasn't a slide. it's a tackle. >> reporter: the mets up 2-1 on saturday when utley ran hard to second base. he goes into the base, sliding late and upright, barrelling into tejada, sending him flying into the air. the mets shortstop carted off
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with a broken right fibula. reaction to the play was mixed. >> as a base runner, your job is to clear him out of the way. >> chase out sli not a dirty player. he's not even overly aggressive. he did slide late. >> reporter: nance an uproar. there's a difference between a clean takeout slide and tackling somebody. joe torre, in a statement, called it an illegal slide. utley maintains he wasn't trying to hurt tejada. >> you're taught from a young age to try to break up double plays. that's winning baseball. >> reporter: during the 2010 season, utley, then playing for the phillies, took out tejada in a similar play. >> how about that slide by utley? >> reporter: this time, the slide cost the mets their starting shortstop. well, baseball will try to hear that appeal from utley sometime today, before game time. we could get a ruling. and even if not, utley could still be on field tonight. new york ready to give him a new
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york welcome, robin? >> all right, t.j., thank you very much. who better to weigh in than mike greenberg and mike golic. the hosts of espn's "mike & mike." we're going to show the slide again. mike and mike, what say you? >> i have no problem with the slide by chase utley. i have no problem with him doing his job. his job is to break up the double play. if you want to call the play reckless, i'll go that far. dirty, i will not pi my problem is with the way the play is officiated. the officiating, the umpiring, and the baseball post season so far has been nothing short of an embarrassment. if that isn't spear feerns, i have never seen it. >> it's a hard slide. you want to say bordering reckless, you could say that. i don't think there was intent to hurt tejada. you see hard slides all the time. go to the rules. it says in the umpire's judgment. this is the same as the nfl,
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robin. you can't -- you can't replay the judgment of an official. when the replay showed it was all about whether tejada touched bag or not. it was all on the umpire. >> what do you think about the suspension? it's two games. he's appealed, of course. major league baseball saying they're going the rule before game time tonight. >> they better rule before game time. they have to. and i think utley will win the appeal. just for the fact, he'll show a bunch of tape that says, this has happened a bunch. umpires have not called the player out. let alone suspended them after the fact. >> the more important point. they're not going to rule him out, which hay should have done in the first place. this game should be replayed from the point at which that point took place. the dodgers should be out of the inning without a run being scored. >> citi field the will electric. are you fearful there could be
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retaliation? >> there's no reason for matt harvey to get retaliation here. baseball players have memories like elephants. this will happen next year or five yours from now. sometimes you don't know why it happened. the players know. there's though way you do this in the post season at all. i don't think so. >> for those that have followed the story all year, the fact that it's matt harvey at the center of this, with already the number of pitches he's able to throw. he finds himself in a do i need to throw at him situation. >> don't you have a show to do. run along now. caught them in a commercial break. nay have more issue with the umpires. >> seems like it. amy has the morning's other top stories. starting with a travel nightmare. >> a technical glitch is being blamed for widespread delay at
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southwest airlines. knocking at least 450 flights off schedule. thousands of people stuck in line for hours. agents writing hand-written tickets. if you're flying southwest, you need to arrive two hours early for your flight. authorities in turkey say they're close to identifying at least one suspect in the attacks that killed nearly 100 people. isis is the focus. this attack is the worst in turkey's history. a memphis police officer has been gunned down in his own driveway. officer terence oldridge was shot in his driveway. a dispute with a neighbor may have led to the shooting. he's the fourth memphis officer shot and killed in the last four years. the coast guard rescued a sailor adrift off the coast of hawaii for five days. a storm damaged his boat. he drifted close enough to land to be able to call for help. a mishap during the
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implosion of six apartment buildings in scotland. everything starts out all right. when the dust clears, two towers were still standing. safety concerns prevented neighbors from returning home. finally, talk about team spirit. despite being in a wheelchair and wearing a neck brace after the fall he recently suffered, 91-year-old former president george h.w. bush took to the mound and threw out the first pitch. you'll ♪ ♪ he wore the team jersey. take a look. he wore the snazzy orange socks for everyone to see. what i love that he wore most of all? a big smile on his face. >> i agree. >> great to see him. the driver whose 18 wheeler was ripped apart. you'll hear from him in 30 seconds.
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the postal worker driving the big rig demolished by a water spout in florida is telling his story. ginger, you have that for us? >> and we have the radar at the time right behind me. a thin, four-mile-long sunshine skyway bridge at the mouth of tampa bay. cold air, warm water. this time, it was caught on camera. an incredible sight. a water spout traveling on shore. watch as the swirling winds knock this tractor trailer from its side back on to all 18 wheels. the u.s. postal truck, mangled.
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the driver, shaken but miraculously alive. >> a little bruised up, i think. but i'm doing good. >> reporter: randall lever was on his usual route sunday monk in tampa bay, when his truck was hit by the winds. toppled by a water spout. >> i started feeling this gust of wind. i thought, oh, no. is this what i think it is? i've never been to hell, but i thought i was in hell. >> reporter: this water spout strong enough to knock over and then lift an 80,000-pound truck within a matter of seconds. >> first thing i did when i got home was held my son. god was definitely watching over me today. >> water spouts are usually weaker than tornadoes. they most often stay offshore. the best way to avoid a water spout, move at a 90-degree angle away from its apparent movement. never get in closer to investigate. >> weren't you just there?
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>> i was just in clearwater. we saw wind and rain. thank goodness we didn't see the water spout. thank goodness the driver is okay. >> now now owe no run away. >> i don't think my brain would work that way. >> thank you, ginger. much more ahead. caught on camera, a city councilman tased by police. he speaks out this morning. an you are jept alert about a nationwide scam. threats of jail for failing to show up for jury duty. the undercover investigation right now. ♪ music
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from nebraska to austin. your >> southwest airlines says it's computers at philadelphia international airport are back and in working order, but passengers should show up two hours before takeoff because of other cities. a computer glitch delayed hundreds of flights over the weekend. it is 7:24, let's go over to karen rogers with traffic. >> reporter: we have jams in spots, traveling on route 30 near the blue route and the media bypass. 17 miles per hour on i-95 southbound near girard. but you see an easy 52 near cottman. you can tell some spots you're moving better this morning. an accident allentown road at 40-foot road and another valley forge road and sumneytown pike and dekalb pike.
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on the ben franklin bridge you see westbound traffic coming into the city, a lot of volume. eastbound we have the right lane blocked with the construction there. we have a touch of fog, but nothing to hamper your commute. >> we'll check the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast after the break. sky6 live hd taking a live
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look at atlantic city down there at the jersey shore. bright sunshine overhead. here's meteorologist david murphy with accuweather. david. >> reporter: bright out here on the terrace, as well. matt. but it's chilly. 53 in philadelphia. the majority of the suburbs in the 40s, 42 in allentown, 44 in millville. 75 this afternoon under the sun, light winds, nice day ahead. if you plan on doing tailgating before the flyers home opener, you're good for that. 74 tomorrow, a shower at times. the front leaves us, and 67 on thursday and 64 on friday another front producing showers and looks like highs in the upper 50s saturday and sunday, it is autumn. >> mlb has suspended former phillie chase utley for a hard
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slide into second base. see the play at 6abc.com.
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you are looking live at citi field in new york. mets host the dodgers, game three of the playoffs tonight after the controversial slide. everyone waiting for major league baseball. they'll decide if the dodgers' star, chase utley, is going to play. >> they must decide before the game. we say good morning, america. here are other headlines we're following this monday morning. classes resume this morning at umpqua community college for the first time since the massacre that left nine people dead earlier this month. the scene of the shooting will remain closed. airlines are passing on some of their savings from falg gas prices. one study found average domestic air fare down 20% from a year
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ago. also, amy schumer making waves on "saturday night live." >> getting lots of laughs and some backlash this morning. what she said that has so many people fired up. now we begin this half hour with a dramatic police confrontation caught on camera. a city councilman tasered for allegedly resisting arrest. in the same texas town where sandra planned was arrested and later died earlier this summer. ryan owen has the story. >> put your hands behind your back. >> put your hands behind your back. >> he's going to have to taser. you're not doing like you're supposed to. >> reporter: this morning, some wonder if this city councilman deserved a jolt for refusing officers' demand. >> put your hands behind yor back. put your hands behind your back. >> reporter: 26-year-old jonathan miller outside his home thursday night.
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asking officers why they were questioning three of his friends in the town of prairie view, texas. >> i'm not trying to be combative. >> i'm not either. >> he's a city council member. >> i know who he is. >> stand over there. come on. come on. >> for, please don't put your hands on me. >> go over here. >> reporter: you can see how quickly tensions escalate. >> gofer over there before you go the jail. turn around. turn around. >> i'm not saying nothing. get your hands off me. >> reporter: miller spoke to houston station khou about the encounter. >> it went from me asking questions to me being put facedown in the ground. i'm curious to have the conversation with the officers. >> reporter: police insist it's a clear case of resisting arrest. he continued to resist after repeated requests to stop. police already in the national
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spot light over the summer after the arrest of sandra bland. >> you just slammed my head into the ground. do you not even care about that? >> reporter: who authorities later found in her jail cell, hanging. the police officer in this video was bup in bland's arrest. >> stop resisting, ma'am. >> reporter: this morning, councilman miller is out of jail. both officers involved are still on the job. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, austin, texas. >> thanks to ryan for that. now to a scary case of mrsa. new york giants player daniel fells is fighting to keep his foot. gio benitez is at metlife stadium where the giants played last night. good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning to you. as you know, mrsa is contagious. right now, doctors are desperately trying to save his foot. >> back of the end zone, and sit caught for a touchdown!
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>> reporter: overnight, the new york giants facing off against the san francisco 49ers. but one of their players, fighting a much bigger battle off the field. >> touchdown! daniel fells. >> reporter: giants tight end daniel fells, hit hard by the deadly mrsa infection. nfl.com reporting he could potentially have his foot amputated. the 32-year-old now reportedly in intensive care since friday. first rushed to emergency october 2nd after his temperature shot up to 104. drrs say the infection set in after a toe and ankle injury. mrsa is a dangerous bacteria. easily spread where people share equipment. fells has now reportedly had five surgeries and may need more to save his foot. doctors worried mrsa will spread to his bones and possibly his blood. this morning, the giants have scrubbed their facilities,
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including their locker and training rooms. the giants saying this is a serious situation that has been taken seriously from the finning. we're all pulling for and supporting daniel and his family. >> we dedicated the game to daniel fells and his family. thank god we were able to give him a game ball. >> reporter: fells tells abc news i'm very grateful for the incredible support i have served from family, frenlds, coaches, teammates and fans. this will not defeat me. last night, before the game, he posted a tweet saying this, my heart is with my brothers tonight. get that win, g-men. i love every one of you. as we know now, the giants did win, george. >> a lot of spirit. let's get more on this from dr. rich besser. who is most at risk? >> hospitals are a high-risk setting. in the community, anyone can get it. about 2% of people have this bacteria on their body. >> you don't see it in regular
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gyms. a lot with the sports teams. >> you do. you look at contact sports, there's the opportunity for cuts and scrapes and lots of chances to share germs. on the field and off. in a locker room or gym. if you're sharing towels or rai razors. sitting on a bench with open skin. going to a whirlpool or spa, a chance to share germs. lifting weights. touching that bar. you can come in contact with bacteria. >> how do you prevent it? how do you freet it? >> cut our scrape, watch it. a mrsa infection looks like a red bump, raised. spider bite look. red, warm, tender. if you have a fever, get seen right away. early treatment can make a difference. >> you'll take questions on twitter? >> i will. dramatic video showing the power of rip currents. an 11-year-old girl pulled under. her father and several others
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rushing in to save her, also caught up in the current and rescued. kendis gibson with the story. >> keep her head up! >> reporter: this morning, an 11-year-old girl fighting for her life after this rescue. >> keep her head up! >> reporter: local fisherman calling out from the pier. lowering a boogie board into the water. trying to help the girl, her father, and a stranger. fighting a rip current. the girl gets pulled away by the rip current. her father and four good samaritans rush in to help. they, too, get caught. >> she was under for quite a while. it was scary. there was a guy next to her who was always struggling pretty bad. >> reporter: within minutes, other bystanders jump in to try to rescue the group. four of the adults pulled from the water. this man saved by a crab net. rescue crews arriving soon after. pulling the father and daughter on to a patrol boat.
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jury duty scam. >> we just proe stooed seed to the around. >> reporter: telling victims they failed to appear for jury duty. >> how do i fix this? i want to know how to fix it. because i've never been in trouble before. >> reporter: undercover police officers in virginia caught thieves allegedly masquerading as officers last year. the only way to avoid serving time is to pay a fine. >> it's a growing problem. anyone who loses money to these scammers is one person too many. >> reporter: vick testimonies instructed to get a paypal account, or get a prepaid card, or asked to give up their debit card and p.i.n. numbers. >> they play on our self-doubt. they know we all think, oh, maybe we did miss something. they're going to try to exploit that. >> reporter: police around the country telegram they've received hundreds of calls from
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victims. so many falling prey to the scam, the federal trade commission is issuing an urgent warning. 25-year-old grad student ali says she was dupd by a scammer, pretending to be a deputy from her local north carolina sheriff's office. it wasn't until she realized her debit card was charged $806 that it was a scam. >> it was the first time i actually had that much money. >> reporter: don't take the bait. and scammers won't take you. for your money. >> the court system and the sheriff's department will never ever call or e-mail you and ask you for money. period. >> reporter: for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> so it's always a scam. >> it is. coming up, amy schumer making headlines for one of her "snl" sketches. >> that's right. this fake psa about guns has everybody talking. did it go too far? that's coming up in our speed feed.
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amy schumer all over social media this weekend. jesse has it all in "the speed feed." >> that's right, robin. amy shum sir known for her show.
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computers at philadelphia international airport are working again, however other cities could be dealing with computer issues so passengers should show up two hours before takeoff. a computer glitch delayed hundreds of flights nationwide over the weekend. 7:56 monday, columbus day, i'm matt o'donnell let's go over to karen rogers for a look at i-95. >> reporter: i-95 overall not that bad. penndot with the arrow board a disabled vehicle blocking the riot lane northbound near girard, northbound and southbound at this point slow, but overly the commute not that -- overall the commute not that bad. disabled vehicle horsham road. slow speeds pennsylvania
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turnpike eastbound 16 miles per hour we had construction that cleared just a few minutes ago. slow speeds on the turnpike eastbound causing problems there. an accident on brownsville road at manner lane. we have fog if -- in spots, half mile visibility. looking at the ben franklin bridge, a fair amount of fog out there. >> reporter: fair amount of sunshine out there, too, matt. most of the suburbs in the 40s, a couple of spots in the low 40s, this afternoon we'll zoom on up there. 75 is the high, light winds beautiful from you're heading to tailgate before the flyers home opener. cool down to the upper 60s wednesday and thursday, by the weekend we're in the upper 50s,
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. new developments in that attempted abduction caught on camera. this teen age girl escaping just in time. this morning, john walsh's son with the one thing your kids should do if they're ever tart targeted by kidnapper. heart-wrenching phone call from behind bars. >> i've been thinking of you every minute, every second. i wish i was there with you. >> reporter: the latest on the real housewife's harsh reality. kids racking up big bills on phones and tablets. accidentally purr casing all kinds of things on your credit cards. we'll tell you how to put a stop to surprise bills. and hi kanye west went on an
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epic rant. millions follow every moves of the humans of new york. >> what is the first question you asked them? >> now the man behind him opens up. revealing how he gets so many people to open up. all that and missy copeland live, as we say -- >> good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'll have what he's having. >> my goodness, good morning, america. we have the blue devils from new jersey here. they're helping us get ready, get in the spirit for the chargers and steelers. a lot of excitement about that game tonight, apparently. >> that, and breakfast, apparently. we kick off the new series "modern parenting." we look at the surprise bills so many of us get while using tablets and phones.
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they make the purchases on games that are supposed to be free. >> i think you know of what you speak? >> i do. i have looked at my bill closely. first to amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning, everyone. breaking news. two american service members are among five people killed in a military helicopter crash in afghanist afghanistan. officials describing the crash as an accident. earlier this month, six americans were killed in a cargo plane crash on takeoff in afghanistan. an american reporter accused of spying in iran has been convicted. xwes remain about the fate of "washington post" reporter jason rezaian. officials are not saying what charges he was convicted of. no word on his sentence. "the washington post" walling the verdict an outrageous injustice. democrats are gearing up for the first presidential debate. vice president biding waiting in the wings. hillary clinton will bat center
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stage, surrounded by bernie sanders and the the three lesser-known candidates. sources say this week, vice president joe biden will announce whether he'll enter the race. but not until after tomorrow's debate. the president is weighing in on hillary clinton's e-mail troefs. he says he thinks chipten's private server was a mistake but did not endanger national security. parents are asking questions after hundreds of students got sick in one city, forcing schools and day cares to shut down, all because of the norovirus. >> reporter: this morning, classes are canceled at one high school in reno, nevada. after a norovie has outbreak affected hundreds of students. >> the norovirus is highly contagious. it causes severe gas troe intestinal ill ps. nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, that
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can last one to lee days. >> reporter: over the weekend, teachers and staff members disinfecting supplies and desks. >> schools have a highly concentrated number of students and faculty. this virus can spread rapidly. >> reporter: every year, the virus leads to 19 to 21 million illnesses. 570 to 800 tets. >> your number one defense is washing your hands. >> reporter: 776 students and faculty have been diagnosed. the cleanup operation seems to be working. with two school now on the clear list. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> that honestly hurts my stomach to watch. a shocking twist of fate at a florida hospital. two sisters have been reunited 40 years after they were orphaned and separated in south
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korea. wait until you hear how it happened. they were adopted by american fallies in the 1970s. raised hundreds of miles apart. day both became nursing assistants and both ended up at doctors hospital in sarasota this year. they were working the same shift on the same floor after becoming friends. and then discovering a string of similaritie similarities. they had a dna test proving they were, in fact, sisters. chills. you see how happy they are. an increst twist of fate. >> they've been friends and didn't know. >> they thought, is there any way? is it possible? >> i think the same thing with brad pitt every time i see him. >> no dna test yet? >> not yet. he won't do it. >> keep on plugging, jesse. and we have a lot more ahead. a kidnapper caught on camera, trying to take off with a young girl. john walsh's son has the one
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the right way to eat it? is however you eat it. panera. food as it should be. welcome back to "gma." and to the heat index. this morning's hot button. a woman charged with abducting a teenage person the 17-year-old girl caught on camera escaping by jumping from the woman's moving car. abc's mara schiavocampo here with that and what you can do to keep your child safe. good morning, mara. >> reporter: robin, good morning. the teen sustained only minor injuries and is now recovering. police don't have a motive yet in what appears to be an unusual case. a terrifying moment caught on surveillance video. a 17-year-old girl jumping from a moving car if bridgeport, connecticut, to escape an
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alleged kidnapper. police say, the victim, whose name hasn't been released, was walking to school monday when this woman, 38-year-old tawanna randall offered her a ride. >> it appeared to be a good samaritan offering a ride because it was cold out this morning. >> reporter: authorities say what seemed like a good deed went wrong. the teen claiming randall began sexually assaulting her when she got in the car. the high schooler making the split second decision to escape. the video tracked the car leading them to the suspect. randall arrested over the week end. >> it was information from the community cooperating with the police that led us to discover the exact pinpoint location of the vehicle. >> always a smart choice to keep your guard up. to trust your gut. and to -- to be street smart. >> reporter: while stranger abduks are rare, there are things you can do to keep your
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family safe. tell kids to be extra vigilant on the way to and from school. acommon time for kidnappings. and at the first sign of trouble, put up a fight. >> kick, scream, push, claw. just try to get out of that situation as best as you can. really draw atoepgs it. when children were able to get away, 83% of the time, it was because of something hay did that was proactive. >> reporter: a really unusual situation in the case, is suspect is a woman. she's been held on there are 100,000 bond pepding a court appearance tomorrow. experts say if it's a woman, male or female, you have to keep your guard up. they make it clear nobody should get in a car with anyone they don't know. >> scream, yell, fight, do whatever it takes to not get in that car. i tell my daughters that. >> another thing, the buddy system. never go anywhere alone. if you're going with someone, make sure you have other people with you. there is a bit of safety in
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numbers. next up, our new series on modern parenting. how kids are racking up big bills on tablets and phones while playing games. kanye west come mained about it. juju cha skrju chang here with details. >> i'm embarrassed to admit it, my youngest son was naf vad vaiting an ipad like a champ. when toddlers who can't read are asked to buy coins or toys or superpowers, it can lead to eye popping results as kanye found out. it drives parents nuts. including, it turns out, kanye west. ♪ i need you right now >> reporter: kanye has a 2-year-old daughter north, with kim kardashian west. taking to twitter, ranting about companies who put in-app purchases in games.
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we give the ipad to our child and every five minutes there's a charge. kids, even toddlers, using devices like ipads, racking up big bills with in-app purchases. without parents' consent. >> we had a conversation with our children about being responsible users of technology. we made sure hay thu the rules of using the technology and the consequences of breaking those rules. >> reporter: a 2012 survey looked at 400 apps made for children. reviewing 200 from google play and 200 from apple's app store. 17% of them had the ability to make purchases for virtual goods within the app. from 99 cents to $29.99. apple and google both settling complaints to the ftc. apple coughing up $32.5 million.
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google? $19 million. what can you do to ensure your kids are not breaking the bank? >> you can set up pass words. if they happen to make purchases, you can request a refund. >> all right, we thank you, juju. pass words are just the beginning. we have parenting expert ericka souter here. what is your first tip for parents to help avoid the big bills. >> first of all, don't give any child your pass word. that's the big one. you want to make sure every time there's a purchase to be made you have to put in that password so you're in control. parents should tai pay attention to the games their kids are playing. >> true, true. >> there's games that say they're free, the ftc noted that of all the games that said they were free, most of them require you to headache in-app purchases to keep going.
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>> if you want to turn off those in-app purchases, how to you to it? >> it's easier than people think. go the settings. right. and then next go to general. right there. and then, next, restrictions. and then after you get to the restrictions page. go the enable reconvictions. press that button. it will ask you for a four-digit code that you'll always use. scroll down. you're going to disable the in-app purchases. it's very basic. >> what if you don't want to turn it off but you do want a password protection so your kids can't get in there? >> i learned this the hard way. my son wanted to buy a $3 bonus for a game. i allowed him the buy it. i got a bill later saying he spent $69. in the 15-minute time span that your pass word is active, they
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can keep buying. go back to the restrictions page. and you want to select pass word settings. and that will give you a choice to always retire or retire after 15 minutes. press the always retire. that way, you don't have to worry about the big bill. >> what about an android phone? >> inside the google play store app and amazon's store, you can disable the purchasing power as well. >> your kids know how to do this. they're not going to share it with you. that's hi rehave ericka here. >> my kids have found way to put their finger prinlts on my phone. forget the passwords. they go like this. i'm like guys, take that pauch i don't know how they did it. i don't know how to undo it. >> that restrictions page. go to the restrictions page. >> wow, they're good. >> they are good. next up, "real housewives" star teresa giudice's life
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behind bars. what it's like for her in prison as her family struggles to cope without her. >> i've been thinking of you every minute, every second. i wish i was there with you. >> reporter: an emotional moment for the new jersey housewife turned convicted felon teresa giudice. breaking down on the phone with her older daughter, gi, rks a, he gets ready for her eighth grade dance. >> is your headachemakeup on? >> yeah. >> reporter: prison has not stopped her from taping a special, "the "real housewives of new jersey," teresa checks in." >> i wish she was here. i cried like a baby. >> reporter: the mom of four nais faces a harsh new reality. one behind bars.
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a far cry from her lavish lifestyle. >> my house is all marble, granite, onyx. >> i love you, mama. >> i love you so much, okay? >> reporter: ter visa revealing their struggles last year. >> what have you told your kids about what mommy and daddy are going will you? >> my three little witness don't know what's going on. >> reporter: over the past year, the giudices' battles played out. joe faces prison after she gets out. >> what do you want for breakfast? you want sausage? >> yeah! >> they're still frozen. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. time to head outside to ginger. >> i don't usually get a great
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crowd and music. but the wardlaw breers are here to sing under my weather today. you're doing a special song for breast cancer a let's go ahead anticipate start. beautiful day in new york city, coastal showers in north carolina. you'll see the cloud cover in the mid atlantic. the cold front comes eventually. much cooler out west. all the heat moves into phoenix. keep going guys, we want to hear more. >> reporter: those guys are good. storm tracker 6 live double scan ginger shows us we are dry, lots of sunshine up over the horizon. it is chilly this morning, though, a lot of neighborhoods in the 40s right now. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast it's going to wind up milder this afternoon
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than yesterday. yesterday be 70 today, 75 under the sun. flier home opener, tailgating weather pretty good. showers tomorrow, back to the 60s on wednesday. spoiled. let have it every day for weather, shall we? for now, to jesse in "pop." >> thank you, thank you. >> i wish i could get them sipging behind me while i do the "pop news." >> amy and i can be your do-wop girls. everything has been coming up roses for amy poehler. she joined jack plaque at the third annual festival supreme. she surprised the crowd with a musical performance. look at their stirring rendition of bette midler's "the rose."
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♪ and you think that love is only for the lucky and the strong ♪ ♪ just remember >> i think tina fey better watch out. amy poehler may have a new partner in crime. >> i love that song. >> one of my all-time favorites. >> it's so good. >> jack black, by the way, also amazing. >> got some skills there. >> tenacious dchd. you know the good feeling after a workout. >> yo, yeah. >> after cardio. you want to break into your happy dance. >> oh, yeah. >> the rock knows what i'm talking about. hitting the quan like a total postcard video. ♪ ♪ please watch your step cause
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i'm feeling myself ♪ it seems, if he wanted, if the rock wanted, "dancing with the stars" next season? just saying. >> putting it out there. >> could be some perfect scores. >> maybe you, jesse? >> uh, no. i could watch from the the home. just judge. feet up. safely. i would be the first eliminated. zplchlts there's a lot of pressure to look perfect. like a perfect catch on the dating websites. these guys from utah may have the best ikea -- i mean idea ever. they headed to the furniture superstore ikea to use for thei. >> the book the guy's reading, it's upside down. one mistake that proves these furniture fakers should be more
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careful. there's only room for one lazy boy in that photo. >> that might have worked. toddlers not known for their quick reflexes. luckily, cats are. look at the family pet's quick escape. now, check it out. instead of becoming a cat couch for a little topty you are the i have toddler, this feline escapes with all nine lives. the cat got itself in trouble. >> a vertical hop. >> all fours. >> that's right. yeah. all nine lives still there. >> thank you, jesse. a big treat coming up. misty copeland is here live. taking on ballet, broadway. and one on one with the man behind humans of new york. how he gets thousands to open up.
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>> good morning, everyone, i'm matt o'donnell, 8:27 monday, it's columbus day. let's see if year seeing columbus day volume. >> reporter: don't we everyday was columbus day. i-95 19 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. we have a disabled vehicle near cottman and one northbound near girard. on the big picture, slow speeds at girard 21 miles per hour. the schuylkill expressway approaching the boulevard to past belmont, 13 miles per hour. very heavy traffic on the blue route northbound as you approach the route 1 media by pals. i-95 near the airport, no problems, southwest airlines fixed the computer problems at philadelphia international, but
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may have other problems in other cities, they recommend you get to the airport two hours early. on i-95 you'll not hit a delay getting there. >> can't find many clouds out there, as well. let's go to david murphy. >> reporter: lots of sunshine across the resident. temperatures are on the cool side, 53 degrees in philadelphia. a lot of suburbs in the 40s, but this afternoon it will be warm and milder than yesterday. high of 75. lots of sun. more clouds tomorrow, showers here or there, 74. after a front gets through we're cooling on wednesday and thursday, 67 those two days, 64 another front on friday bringing showers, behind the front we're down into the 50s for saturday and sunday. that's the way it's looking long range. cooler air on the way, but mild, matt. >> major league baseball suspense chase utley for his hard sly in the layoff game. you can see the play at 6abc.com.
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right now. time to countdown. the top five. [ cheers and applause ] >> time now for the top five. a new countdown each and every morning. the biggest, best, the busiest. and jesse has that. >> you were talking about this morning. everyone is talking abit. the play that knocked ruben tejada of the mets out of the game with a broken leg. an aggressive slide that has chase utley suspended. everyone is talking about it. what really are the top five busiest sports stories of the year. with our friends at espn, here's what we came up with. now, starting off at number five. the weird-looking high-five between jonathan papelbon and bryce harper.
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the high five to the throat. >> that's about as sanitized as you can get. >> a big moment. not great moment. bryce harper exchanging pleasenpleas pleasantries. number four, an chris paul as a banana boat. >> that's right. you're a good emoji reader. your kids are using fingerprints on your phone. >> he just called you out. >> segues to number three. the not so swift move by this guy. the camera man two ran into the world's most fasted man, usain bolt, on a segway. >> we had him on the show talking about that. he was very forgiving of that
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man. >> at number two, who can forget carli lloyd's unbelievable midfield goal. one of three in the match. as the u.s. cruised to victory. >> you could not, if you tried it 100 times, you couldn't do it. >> i was there in person. i was there in person. >> she saw it all coming. >> number one? >> the buzziest sports story of the year. pete carroll's super bowl slipup. calling for a pass in the waning seconds. it led to a patriots interception and a seahawks loss. heart broken fans in seattle. rejoices out of bean town. a huge play. >> blue devils. you remember that? were you watching the super bowl? remember when that happened? [ cheers and applause ] you would never make that call. you would have run the ball, right? you would never have passed the
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ball. >> there's your top five. what do you think? go to "gma's" facebook page and twitter and tell us your top five. >> any subject. >> on any subject. yeah. and again, that's our debut. >> just set a low bar. >> we'll do it again. i'm so excited to share this with everybody. humans of new york is the incredibly popular blog with beautiful photographs, intimate details about the lives of complete strangers. the site is a sensation. the man behind it got thousands of people to open uppers share their stories. brandon shared it with us. new york city. the home of the yankees. the statue of liberty. and people. millions and millions of people. you've probably seen some of these people on the popular blog, humans of new york. >> i wondered if there was any way i could take your
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photograph. >> of course you can. >> reporter: creator brandon stanton has photographed thousands in the city. why new york? >> it's amazingly diverse. if you're going to exhibit the diversities of lives on planet earth, there is no singer location easier to do that. >> reporter: the brog transformed from photos to a story telling blog. pairing quotes with pictures. this led to the creation of his latest book, humans of new york, stories. story telling. how did that come about? mgts i realized i was already going through the effort to approach a stranger and get them to let me take their photo. it was only a small step from that to speaking with this person and learning about their lives and stories. >> reporter: brandon is known for his ability to get complete strangers to share intimate details of their lives. instead of using a high-tech recording device, he takes notes on a cell phone.
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somewhat the first question you ask them is this. >> what is your greatest struggle right now. there's something about a stranger asking you these questions. a stranger without preconceived judgments about you. who doesn't know your story. but takes what you say at face value. there's something libber rating about that. >> reporter: the blog filled with strangers on the streets of new york has over 15 million followers on social media. those followers make up what is known as the hony community. you're also able to raise millions of dollars for people and organizations and group. how did that come about? >> we have had two fund raisers in the past six months. one raised about $2.5 million. the other, $1.6 million in the past six months. that is a testament of the type of people that follow humans of new york. >> reporter: you just spent time in europe. the syrian refugee crisis.
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you're able to tell that story differently than some media outlets are able to, don't you think? >> the very first question i asked, tell me about the day you left syria. they would start speaking in arabic. they would stop and cry. i asked the same questions as i did anybody else. >> reporter: i was curious how brandon was able to bet people to reveal so much about themselves. using me as an example. how do you approach somebody. >> excuse me, do you mind if i take your photograph. >> reporter: what started as a mock interview quickly became real. >> can you tell me the single moment in your life you felt lost most acutely. >> reporter: i know this sounds odd because i have gone through hell. the loss of my health twice. my mom, my dad. when my dog died earlier this
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year after almost 18 years, i mean, that's the one constant in my life through all the losses i had. k.j. was the one who got me through. it was hard to get out of bed. i was shocked. that of all the losses, my beloved pet. but it made sense in the end because, talk about unconditional love. i'm telling you, brandon, it was supposed to be a mock interview because it was difficult with a big crew to get people. i said, use me as a guinea pig. he had me bawling. this book is fantastic. it shows despite our differences, we have so much in common. humans of new york stories is out tomorrow. >> he -- you found in emotion you didn't think you were going to share. >> the butte ity is, people ask us about our stories. we get to share our stories.
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most people don't. he said, even if your own home, people don't ask you these questions. to see people open up as they do. 15 million strong. they're generous. the comments section, all positives. >> that's fantastic. >> all right, ging. >> let's
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it will be dry and light winds, you can see the game at 8:15, espn and check out who is the unsung his or her of the game on the grid and grinder. >> reporter: hot in the southwest, around here it will be warm this afternoon. we're starting out cry and cool. moving from 50 right now to 75 later. lots of sun. 74 tomorrow. cooler. e this morning. they're pumped up. >> they are. coming up, ballerina, superstar misty copeland is here and nelson george.
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i'll act like i've been here for hours. we're joined by superstar ballerina misty copeland. and acclaimed film maker else in. george. misty made history this summer, becoming the first african-american woman to be named principal dancer of the american pal lay theater.
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the new documentary a ballerina's tale, chronicles her story. >> your body type is not going to hold you back. when she realized she had the opportunity to do that, it became less about just herself and more about what she can do the change the world. >> sit a beautiful, uplifting documentary. and misty, just congratulations on all well deserved that has come your way. i think people have forgotten about the injury you sustained. this is what the documentary is about. overcoming challenges. >> yes, it's a huge part of it. when i met nelson, i was performing and dealing with this injury. but hadn't yet realized the severity of it. he captured that entire journey and process, me fetie in gettin to the stage. this was an opportunity and platform for me to share and educate people on the history of
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african-american ballerinas that have existed for generations and generations. >> give them a voice. let people know about that. as a story teler, you were there when -- after she announced the injury. you thought, my, this is a golden opportunity to show people what it takes. >> yeah, i mean, it's a story teller. that moment of decision when a person has to fight their way through. misty just -- she's an artist. she's also an athlete. the combination was compelling. we were able to follow her through a very painful journey to back to go beyond where she was before. >> to go beyond that? i appreciated so many that not just going beyond where you are. but reaching back. looking back. wanting to show the need for diversity when it comes to being a ballerina. >> that's so much a part of my story and experiences. something that people that are getting an opportunity to see this film that don't know a lot about the classical ballet
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world, to see how difficult sit to exist period. but to exist when you're a minority. so it was important for me to be that voice for so many people. and say, the it's okay to be different. you can still succeed. >> you're a powerful voice. the commercials. the broadway debut, i was there for that. and i love how you said, she's the first ballerina superstar since baryshnikov. >> she's stepped beyond the boundaries of the classical ballet world. it hasn't been since him in the '70s to go from that world to where people at the mall know who you are. >> what is next for you? it's about the dance. so many opportunities coming your way. >> there's so many incredible things i never imagined i would be doing. ball hay is my priority.
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it's my first season as principal dancer. all my focus is on the opening. >> can you tell me the proper stance? because a ballerina's tale, is that going the -- it opens in select theaters october 14th. >> thank you. >> bless you. coming up, jack hanna and his animals.
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♪ we're having an open house and you're invited (cheering) ♪
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we're here with our friend, jack hanna. director emeritus of the columbus zoo. he's brought some friends. >> feisty friends. >> a bear cat or a binturong. they smell like popcorn. it goes around the tree like it's going up. the whole foot turns 180
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degrees. is this a baby? >> this is not a bear or a cat. >> see the tail ? the strongest prehensile tail in all the world. they love snakes. they can eat a kipg cobra, where one drop of venom can kill an elephant. they run circles around the cobra. this cobra gets so dizzy trying to bite him. the cobra goes like this, he falls over he bites the cobra's head off. it's not funny. >> you were going put this guy on my shoulder at one point. then we decided not to. >> i was. >> should we explain why we have blankets on our laps? with we have the most adorable snow leopards. >> if they start crying, they're doing fine. some of the animals, the first
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birth, the mother will consume the babies a lot of time. this is a snow leopard. maybe 100 left in the wild? we don't know. david attenborough. you won't believe this. the tail can be two to three feet long. it's this thick. it wrapped around them as a coat. h this poor guy is scared. ? feel the fur? it was the most sought after coat in the world. it's like silk, as you can see. >> who is this? >> this is a cheetah. >> beautiful. >> you can't see the nails. the only cat many the world with nonretractable claw. that tail is flat, not round. this animal is unbelievable. when it turns, it goes will you the air in the turns.
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the cheetah will consume its babies on the first birth. this animal hunts cattle and sheep. >> thank you, jack. coming up, jana kramer performs live. ññ
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our great monday about to get even better. country star jana kramer here to play us off with the latest single from here new album, qu9 thirty-one" here's "i got the boy." ♪ ♪ i saw your picture in a paper honeymoon in jamaica ♪ ♪ she's a lucky girl ♪ you look so grown up in your black tux from a ball cap in a pickup seems like another world ♪ ♪ you and me and our big dreams falling in love ♪ ♪ we were two kids in the backseat all fearless and young ♪ ♪ i got the first kiss and she'll get the last she's got
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the future i got the past ♪ ♪ i dplot the class ring she got the diamond and wedding band i got the boy she got the man ♪ ♪ yeah there's the old you that i knew fake ichlt d.s to get into those spring break bars ♪ ♪ back woods on a four-wheel, hanging on tight i can still feel my racing heart ♪ ♪ and now you're cleaned up with a hair cut nice tie and shoes ♪ ♪ if things were different and i
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had a choice which would i choose ♪ ♪ i got the first kiss and she'll get the last shoes got the future and i got the past ♪ ♪ i got the class ring, she got the diamond and wedding band i got the boy ♪ ♪ and she got the man ♪ >> hi, everyone, it is 8:56, monday, columbus day. karen rogers is seeing columbus
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day level traffic out there. >> reporter: in so many spots we have smooth sailing, but we have traffic between the blue route and i-95 and the media one bypass, this is a look at the baltimore pike and the blue route northbound, heavy there. we have an accident cleergd on horsham -- cleared on horsham road, but one on easton road. we're seeing restrictions there. pennsylvania turnpike, westbound traffic is 23 miles per hour near willow grove. schuylkill expressway westbound heavy at 17 miles per hour. oven that we're see better speeds like 50s and 40s on the schuylkill expressway. look at 42 it is wide open. >> indeed, thanks, karen. let's go to david murphy for the accuweather forecast. david. >> reporter: all right, matt, a nice morning, we did start out cool and we're holding on to the chilly numbers.
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56 degrees in philadelphia. we're out of the 40s in the lehigh valley and reading. that's an improvement. this afternoon it will be warm for a few hours, 75 degrees around 3:30 or 4:00 p.m. nice weather pregame for the flyers if you're doing parking lot partying. we're back to the 60s and how about 50s for the weekend. coming up "action news" at noon we'll update southwest efforts to get back on track. a computer glitch delayed hundreds of flights over the weekend. actor clive owen is next on "live" with kelly and michael. i'm matt o'donnell. have a great monday, great columbus day and great week!
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announcer: it's "live with kelly & michael." today, film and now broadway star clive owen, and from the hit series "empire," jussie smollett. plus, the co-hosts take on ultimate fighting champion ronda rousey, all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] [cheering and applause] now, here are emmy winners kelly ripa and michael strahan. adam levine: ♪ tell me honestly would you still love me the same if i showed you my flaws if i couldn't be strong? ♪ kelly: that was crazy. levine: ♪ tell me honestly would you still love me kelly: hi, up there.

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