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good morning, america. hillary clinton unleashes new attacks on donald trump. mocking him from the stump about jobs. >> his answer is i'm going to create them. they're going to be great. >> while her supporters launch a barrage of new ads as trump fights his own battle saying "the new york times" lied in their story about how he treats women. breaking overnight at least seven twisters tear through the heartland. a giant dust storm sweeps through arizona. the east sees more than 7 inches of snow in may and huge hail shatters windshields in the south. now more severe weather for millions on the way. the dangerous police standoff livestreamed on facebook. >> they got a [ bleep ] s.w.a.t. team. there are snipers outside. >> a suspect baltimorery candidates himself in his home while posting the whole thing on social media. how s.w.a.t. teams used his own broadcast to end the four-hour ordeal ♪ out on the verge of the rest
of our lives ♪ the "dancing" finals are set. paige, nyle and our ginger zee storming into the top three wowing the judges with her quickstep. >> ten. >> emotions running high in the ballroom after a double elimination. now the booted couples flying all night to times square plus ginger right here to celebrate live with us. okay, good morning, america. we have to brag on our ginger. how much is she killing it. >> her feet were moving so fast. i guess that's what the quickstep is. so precise and then that moment when she found out she made it to the finals. yay, ginger. >> a lot of yelling and everybody here so excited. there she is. the belle of the ballroom.
there she is. still dancing. look at her go. >> i would be too. ginger, congratulations go still moving. thank you all. oh, my goodness, thank you all so much. i'm so happy to still be standing on this floor. thank you. >> you know, we're happy you're still standing on the floor. you stay right there. we'll come back and talk to you a little bit later. >> then she can get to bed finally. >> we cannot wait for that. we'll begin with the race for the white house. voters heading to the polls in oregon and kentucky. hillary clinton still in a battle with bernie sanders for the nomination but her main target, donald trump. her rail lies putting big money behind her and cecilia vega is in lexington with more. >> reporter: hillary clinton is expecting a loss in oregon and hoping for a win in kentucky where voting is already under way. she still has that huge delegate lead heading into this nomination but bernie sanders is still promising to fight her all the way. hillary clinton might still be locked in a primary fight with
bernie sanders. but this morning, she is fighting off attacks on multiple fronts. >> you are entitled to your opinion but you're not entitled to your own facts. >> reporter: clinton going head-to-head with a heckler in the crowd. >> you know, it's time people stop listening to republican propaganda about the economy, education and health care. >> reporter: overnight, a pro-clinton super pac releasing its first anti-trump ad to run in general election battleground states and using his own words against him. >> blood coming out of her wherever. >> does she have a good body, no. does she have a fat ass, absolutely. hard to be a ten. >> you can tell them to go [ bleep ] themselves. >> does donald trump really speak for you? >> clinton says she's looking forward to facing trump on the debate stage. >> let's just imagine i'm on a debate stage with donald trump.
now, personally, i am really looking forward to it. >> reporter: clinton mocking the presumptive gop nominee. >> so what is your question to create jobs? his answer is, i'm going to create them. they're going to be great. i know how to do it. but i'm not telling you what it is i'm going to do. >> reporter: and now she's looking beyond election day saying that when it comes to the economy, she has just the person in mind to help her in the white house. >> my husband, who i'm going to put in charge of revitalizing the economy, because, you know, he knows how to do it. >> reporter: well, the clinton campaign is now downplaying those comments saying it would be getting ahead of one's self to talk about any kind of role for bill in a hillary clinton administration but sounds like she's been thinking about it. >> just a little bit, cecilia, thank you. let's move to the
republicans and the major fallout from that "the new york times" article questioning donald trump's treatment of women. abc's jon karl joins us from washington with the latest and, jon, trump now threatening to sue that newspaper. >> reporter: good morning, amy. that's right. his lawyers are saying a lawsuit is a distinct possibility. in the meantime, he has been on an all-out twitter storm against "the times." one typical tweet no wonder "the new york times" is failing. who can believe what they write after the false, malicious and libellous story they did on me. of course, the trump campaign has been given a gift by "the times." the woman who is the lead anecdote has come out to say that she was misled, that "the times" mischaracterized what she had to say and she has only good things to say about her relationship with donald trump. >> and, jon, we just saw in cecilia's piece that onslaught of ads about to hit trump. his opponents gearing up to spend $6 million in just the next few weeks. how is team trump preparing to
respond? >> reporter: yeah, it's even more than that because they have committed to spending over $10 million after the primaries are over. the trump campaign begins this vastly outgunned by all of the traditional metrics for campaigns and have very little money in the bank for any of this. there is no trump super pac up and running although there are two that are now being formed and trump will respond to this the way he did in the primary, when he is hit, he hits back times ten. nothing off-limits but fighting through social media and through his own statements, he is way behind the democrats on this. they have been preparing for a long time to take him on. >> all right, jon karl, we appreciate it. george, a lot still to talk about. >> there sure is. matthew dowd is here along with republican strategist kellyanne conway and, matthew, let me begin with the ads that the super pac supporting hillary clinton is bringing up. as jon said they'll spend about $130 million over the next eight months and the target here is
not trump voters, those hard core trump voters but suburban women, moderates, will it be effective? >> the goal not to actually move women in the course of this because donald trump is doing so poorly right now among women, it's to create a barrier that is solid that donald trump can't get over to get back in a competitive race with hillary clinton among those women so it's actually to create a solid barrier. i actually think donald trump has made a smart move which is don't respond to this with paid advertising. respond to this by going on the air by doing interviews. it's a much more genuine response to paid advertising and worked in the primaries. we'll see if it works in the general election. >> that is the big question and kellyanne, we have seen in the past the efforts to define a candidate relatively early in the process have been effective in very effective, in fact i think both mitt romney and john mccain lost their summers against president obama both times, george, because they failed to respond really until the fall and when you cement those views in people's minds early, it can be effective. i actually think mr. trump is doing something very wise which is he knows silence is
acquiescence in politics and is fighting back and knows in some ways hillary clinton is operating from a position of weakness right now. you have democrats and democratic senators openly discussing laying bare her vulnerabilities, untrustworthiness and articles saying we don't know how to cure the patient. we don't know how to improve that. smart they're going after it but i think "the new york times" piece created sympathy for donald trump. you have women including businesswomen he hired saying, look, i had a great relationship. he gave me a shot and what they said was false. >> kellyanne, matthew dowd, thanks very much. back to amy. >> now to that other big story, all the severe weather at least seven reported tornadoes tearing through the heartland as the east sees more than seven inches of snow. rob marciano here with all the latest. good morning, rob. >> remarkable stuff, amy, a sprawling system stretching from the east back to the west and we've got severe thunderstorms right now that are rolling across the i-35 corridor into dallas. they were here and hit the panhandle hard last night.
overnight, ripping winds and damaging hail hammering texas. in just seconds windshields shattering and several funnel clouds sprouting in oklahoma, another in new mexico and in parts of new england, the snow returns, in maine, a record-breaking spring snowstorm. with summer just a month away, people are digging out. over 6 inches of snow on the ground. and after steady rain for the first two weeks of may in our nation's capital, newly released video shows this terrifying moment a wall barely missing that suv, investigators believe all the recent rain may have caused the foundation to give way. and in arizona interstate 10 shut down as this dust cloud made driving impossible. the severe threat today gets into more populated areas of texas, san antonio and austin, could see a tornado and large hail and a lot of this mess, watch the rain and thunderstorms fire up across the northeast so
ease of the mississippi a bit of a mess as well. >> thank you. we turn to a midair scare overnight. passengers on a flight headed for chicago experienced severe turbulence injuring several on board. abc's david kerley is at reagan national airport with the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: it was pretty early into this flight, a southwest flight that the turbulence hit and among those injured, some of the crew. >> not sure of the amount of passengers that are injured. >> reporter: the southwest flight from boston to chicago returned overnight after that severe turbulence injured at least four on board including two flight attendants. >> at that time there were three or four other people on the plane flowing up and another flight attendant because of the turbulence. >> reporter: the plane left logan about 11:00 last night, less than an hour into the flight and all that turbulence, the pilot turned around. >> we also have another medical. >> southwest staff was fantastic. they were really, really good at making everybody calm. >> reporter: in this case with flight attendants injured even
some passengers pitched in to help. this incident just the latest in a series of extreme turbulence. just last week, at least eight passengers were injured when a jetblue plane traveling from puerto rico to orlando experienced rough air. and earlier this month, 31 were injured when severe turbulence truck this jet. southwest tells us that the fasten seat belt sign was on at the time they hit that turbulence and got back to boston logan and took care of the injured passengers. more flight members came on. the plane wasn't damaged and continued on to chicago, amy. >> thanks so much. we have another travel headline for you. new details about what caused a train crash in philadelphia that killed eight people last year. sources close to the investigation say the engineer was distracted before the crash paying too much attention to radio messages about a rock throwing incident on a nearby track. investigators say he lost track of where he was on the tracks and then mistakenly accelerated barreling into a treacherous
curve at 106 miles an hour, twice the speed limit. and there is mounting frustration at airports across the country. endless line, thousands missing their flights, some even forced to stay overnight. but wait until you hear what some airports are doing. they are taking extreme measures to calm angry passengers, even bringing in some animals. abc's steve osunsami is at hartsfield-jackson international airport in atlanta. this is a wild one, steve. >> reporter: it is, amy. we've seen this line this morning stepped through this atrium and this is a good day. the tsa is now promising to hire between 600 and 800 new tsa agents, but the union that represents the security officers says that won't nearly be enough and that the number they need is more like 6,000. passengers have had it up to here and are posting videos all over the internet of the crazy long lines at the nation's airports to shame tsa. >> are you bleep kidding me,
tsa. >> reporter: with wait times as long as three hours no surprise people are missing flights. >> like crazy. >> reporter: in chicago 450 passengers who paid good money had to spend the night sleeping on cots after the last flight out left without them. >> not the greatest. could have used a bed. that would have been nice. >> just always a hassle. >> reporter: the airport authorities are caught in the middle. in denver they're planning to sweeten up passengers offering them candy in line. seattle and atlanta, musical performances with snacks. and cincinnati, miniature therapy horses to help calm your nerves. and in san diego, they're bringing in the clowns. >> there's got to be a better way. >> reporter: this morning lawmakers are calling on the airlines to drop baggage fees and maybe add more canines in security to speed things along. >> you don't have to take off your coat or your belt or shoes because they can smell any explosives. >> reporter: this is what the line looks like this morning. i can tell you again that this is not nearly as long as it has been and really is a good day.
as a frequent flier and platinum medallion from this airport i can tell you that the tsa precheck lines aren't the solution. those lines sometimes wrap around the terminal as well. back to you. >> and sending in the clowns would not make me happy. >> just more bomb-sniffing dogs, fewer ponies. >> i'm with you, george. turn to that dangerous standoff, livestreamed on on the other hand media. a suspect locked himself in his house as viewers and police watched the whole thing unfold online. abc's linzie janis here with more. >> reporter: good morning, george. shots were fired during the dramatic standoff and could have ended in tragedy but thanks to that livestream, police were able to gain the upper hand. >> hello. the whole world will see me die today. >> reporter: you're watching a police standoff from an unusual angle, inside the home where 30-year-old adam mayo had barricaded himself livestreaming his confrontation with police on facebook. >> they want me to talk to a
psychiatrist so bad. you think i'm crazy? do i look crazy. >> reporter: tampa police were trying to get him for a mental health evaluation when he grabbed a gun and his camera phone. mayo urging facebook followers to call 911 after police lobbed tear gas through a window. >> i know there's ten people watching this. so call 911 and say, uh, officer, what the [ bleep ] is wrong with you? >> reporter: but police are watching the livestream too. >> we knew he had a weapon and he was addressing us pretty directly. >> reporter: as the s.w.a.t. team moves in mayo opens fire. >> that's right. i shot two [ bleep ] shots. >> reporter: after being overcome by the tear gas, the four-hour standoff ends peacefully. >> you're on live -- sorry. >> reporter: mayo apologizing as he turns himself into police outside his home. mayo has not been criminally charged. he was taken to a mental health
facility for evaluation. amy. >> all right, linzie. this one showing the miracle of life. a woman in california gave birth live on facebook. the delivery captured in realtime shared by her husband who happens to be a comedian the video mostly focused on mom's face. their healthy boy made his entrance 37 minutes into the live stream quickly racked up thousands of views with the new dad telling viewers thanks for enjoying the gift of life with me. that is a very sharing mother. i don't know that i would have felt the same way. >> yeah, well, you know what, that's something that's caught on tape. >> i would never consider that if i were ever to have a baby. i tell you that. here's something someone probably wishes wasn't caught on tape, it was a tough day for tiger woods. take a look at his tee shots. this is during a promotional event monday. the first one, where go it go? lands in the water. i've done that.
i can understand it and gives it another try. in the water again. and then he goes for it a third time. third time is a charm. well, not for tiger. he sank all three shots in the span of 50 seconds, put them all in the water. he admitted i should have warmed up first. that's my excuse every time i hit the ball in the water. >> it's hard to watch. >> very hard to watch because remember where he was, remember that tiger woods and my only hope he comes back, give us a little something before he retires. >> you both golf. don't you feel sometimes that water gets in your head? >> sometimes? >> it's a mental game. >> if you want to call what we do golfing. i don't know that you call that golfing. >> huge match this weekend and i saw huge major players going over and over. >> it's a lot of pressure out there. we can tell you that. >> not just tigerer. >> also something out this morning we have to celebrate. that is the man behind one of the most iconic television moments ever. take a look ♪ i'd like to buy the world a
home and furnish it with love ♪ ♪ know apple trees and honeybees own snow white turtle doves ♪ >> remember that like it was yesterday. this morning we're remembering advertising gene joust bill packer who is the force behind this 1971 commercial where young people from around the world came together to sing over a coke. bill packer was 89 years old. >> wow. i remember that from "mad men" as well. >> wasn't he possibly the influence? >> could have been. back to rob. a little warm weather coming here. >> finally the snow in maine, 10 to 20 degrees below normal has been the temperatures lately. what was happening yesterday mt. washington wins gusting over 100 miles an hour. one of the employees
>> hey everybody dave murphy here with an update from accuweather. got a little bit of rain down by baltimore. this stuff is going to be pushing toward the east later this morning. for now we have cloudy skies, dry roads across the region and it's a little cool with temperatures down around 50 or so. your exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast, today's high just 62. it will be cloudy through the day. and we will have some light nuisance rain showers coming through starting later this morning and extending through much of the afternoon. the farther north you go the better chance you have of not seeing this. tomorrow 66 with some drying. m
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franconia township on leidy road at cowpath road. it was an accident involving a truck that ran into a pole and brought down some wires so we're watching for this. we've got fire crews, police and fire crews all on the scene and trying to fix these downed wires. the accident itself was cleared but they have to deal with the downed wires. stick to broad street or township line road where we have a lot of crews out there to avoid the problem. an accident involving a motorcycle out here in honey brook on compass road at walnut road. crews on the scene with that as well. live in new jersey 42 northbound at creek road. not bad at all. pretty light volume only a 14 minute ride matt from the a.c. expressway to 295. >> thank you karen. we'll check and see when that rain is moving in after break. >> ♪
to the women who know what real values are, >> cloudy this morning and cool. take a look at temperatures. 55 degrees in philadelphia. and just 49 in allentown. not much wind so not as windy as yesterday but obviously cloudy, cool and rain is on the way. your exclusive accuweather 7-day, 62 is today's high. later this morning and in through the afternoon there will be light nuisance showers around. northern suburbs won't see as much of this. near 85 south jersey and delaware you'll be for a time damp today. clouds and some sun tomorrow later in the day, 66 degrees the high. thursday and friday still both look great, highs in the 70's, lots of sun, matt. >> thanks, david. "action news" will be in washington, d.c. when the ntsb releases its finding on the deadly crash of amtrak train 188.
welcome back to "gma" and look at that enormous dust storm right there. it's sweeping through arizona as the south is facing more severe weather this morning, millions in the path for possible tornadoes. also right now, oregon and kentucky heading to the polls this morning to cast their votes. hillary clinton still in a battle with bernie sanders. but turning all eyes on donald trump. and overnight take a look at this. what appears to be a huge meteor lighting up the skies in maine. police dash cam capturing it as it passed through the atmosphere. the officer says he was looking for speeders and, well, he just found one of a different kind. >> sure did. and we are, of course, counting down to the "dancing with the stars" final three, so many powerful moments in the ballroom last night. everyone was buzzing about nyle's tango. he did it blindfolded, of course, he's deaf. now he's blindfolded himself.
he's tremendous. >> another person who is tremendous, so proud of our own ginger zee. she's out there also making headlines after this sizzling paso doble. there she is. she can't stop dancing. when she gets back i want to learn some of that stuff and the fierce look in the eyes they had. >> she's got the look down. >> that's key. >> for sure. more on that coming up. the latest on owen labrie, convicted of secretary wall -- sexual assault on a classmate. he was granted bail while he appeal s the case and gio benitz has the story from concord, new hampshire. >> reporter: good morning. owen labrie was once bound for harvard now trying to overturn his conviction. >> i'm going to reinstate bail. >> reporter: owen labrie will soon be a free man again. >> mr. labrie has gone through a life-changing experience. for somebody who's never been incarcerated for one hour, two
month can be a very long time. >> reporter: the judge reinstating the former star student's bail monday afternoon allowing labrie to be released with one condition. >> electronic monitoring with gps tracking at the defendant's expense. >> reporter: the 20-year-old at the center of a high-profile prep school rape trial walking into the courtroom in chains. his orange jumpsuit a stark difference from his usual clean-cut attire and thick framed glasses. labrie had been out on bail as he appealed his sex assault conviction against a 15-year-old girl while both were students at the prestigious st. paul school. >> i was raped. >> reporter: he spent the last two months in a new hampshire jail, most of that time in solitary confinement. a judge revoking his became when a reporter tweeted that she saw him on a train, prosecutors say he violated his curfew but just last week the state supreme court urged the judge to rethink that decision saying though serious there was no inclination of further criminal conduct.
rethinking is exactly what the judge did. >> i expect compliance. i think mr. labrie knows what's going to happen. i don't think there's any question what's going to happen. >> reporter: and it'll take a few days before owen labrie is officially released but his lawyers say he already has a job lined up but we're only told it's manual labor. george. >> okay, gio, thanks. to dan abrams about this. talk about this last week. the supreme court made a suggestion and the court took it. >> basically saying there are real issues here on appeal and we think that you can craft this in a way that he will abide by the bail conditions. the judge accepted it. moved forward. but let's remember, we're talking about bail, that's it. when we say he got out after two months, look, you can make an argument that he never should have been behind bars on -- without bail before. you can hate owen labrie.
you can believe owen labrie should have gotten a stiffer sentence. you can believe that owen labrie should have been convicted on all of the other charges, but that's not what bail is for. bail is to make sure someone is showing up in court pending the appeal because even the supreme court has said he has real issues on appeal. >> what does this mean for his appeal. >> it means the supreme court's language is very helpful to his appeal. the supreme court basically saying he wasn't -- we think there is a real issue here that he wasn't able to cross-examine a critical witness. that's a huge signal from the supreme court and i think that's one of the most important things enforcing this judge to grant bail. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. >> all right, now to that mystery surround sinead o'connor's sudden disappearance failing to return from a bike ride. chicago police scouring a suburb for her before finally tracking her down and abc's alex perez has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, the frantic search for singer/songwriter sinead o'connor is over. suburban chicago police saying she has been found and is safe.
but won't say what led her to go missing for more than 24 hours. >> doctor called here an said that one of her patients sinead o'connor should be at [ muted ]. >> reporter: the 49-year-old who catapulted to fame with her hit single "nothing compares to u ♪ ♪ nothing compares to u >> reporter: was reported missing sunday after leaving for a bicycle ride about 6:00 a.m. three hours later posting a rambling message on facebook about a custody dispute over one of her sons. investigators combing the area. >> missing suicidal woman suffers from ptsd and depression. >> reporter: locating her at a nearby hotel. >> the subject has been located and is okay at this time. >> reporter: the grammy award winner causing a panic when she posted on facebook, i have taken an overdose. there is no other way to get respect. >> this has been an ongoing issue with sinead.
multiple types the police have come for her saying she has committed suicide or that she was going to attempt to commit suicide. >> reporter: o'connor did not respond to our request for comment. for "good morning america," alex perez, abc news, chicago. >> our thanks to alex. we certainly hope she gets the help she needs. coming up next "gma on the lookout." how secure is your home? our expert on the case and you won't believe the simple way he just breaks into this house. are you making the same mistake? and as we close in on summer a major alert about sunscreen. do those brands with high specifically labels really protect you? introducing the completely redesigned mercedes-benz c-coupe, with its athletic prowess and sleek new body. it doesn't just raise the bar... ...it completely crushes it. the all-new c-class coupe.
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back now with "gma on the lookout" and a big warning about keeping your home safe. check this out. intruders caught on camera invading houses. so could something like this happen to you? our safety expert is putting one family a home security to the test and revealing just how easy it can be to break in. watch as this home security camera captures someone outside
ringing the doorbell. and moments later a crash. two intruders are now inside. in this home break-in they claim to be police. >> we got a search warrant. >> reporter: at least one man appears to be carrying a gun. are you prepared if it happens to you? jeanette brady and her husband raised their familiar in this home in williamsburg, virginia. security, not exactly the first thing on their minds. >> all in all we feel pretty secure here. >> reporter: secure enough to allow safety and security expert bill stanton permission to conduct a test. >> when i'm looking around the house i'm looking for vulnerable points. >> reporter: with the bradys' permission he is testing the security of their home to see if he can break in just like a common burglar. >> what jumped out at me when you went around back, there were many, many points of entry. front door, side door. but then came the moment that
you -- there was a ladder in the garage i was going to use to get into the house. >> reporter: stanton uses some technology to help his cause and with the family's explicit permission. >> i took a gps and i put it on her car so this way i could track her. >> reporter: the very next day when she was out he put his plan into action. >> i knew my best shot was on the second story. because most people overwhelmingly neglect second and third stories in their home because they don't think anybody is going to go through the trouble to get up that high. >> right now i'm casing the place. >> reporter: why is he so calm? well, remember that gps he put on jeanette's car. >> i see you're on the other side of town. >> reporter: he knows exactly where jeanette is and he has plenty of time. >> this looks expensive.
>> reporter: when jeanette does come home a surprise she wasn't expecting. >> excuse me. i'm going to give you a "b" minus but here was the mistake. the alarm wasn't set. your garage was left open and what do we have in the garage? a ladder. and i used -- >> you got my ladder. >> i used your ladder to get into your house on the second floor where one door, one entry point was open. >> i'm in. >> reporter: safety and security expert bill stanton who you just saw in the piece is joining us now. so bottom line, what can our viewers take away from this. >> it's about layering. first motion detectors in and outside your home. second it's about giving the illusion when you're home even when you're not by leaving tv and lights on. >> getting lights that go on and off. >> our pets. man's best friend unless they're trained they're just our pets. >> so don't count on them to keep people like you out. it was a great demonstration, bill, thank you very much. and you can get more tips for keeping your home secure at
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>> ♪ >> good morning. i'm matt o'donnell. 7:56 on this tuesday may 17th. karen rogers you're popping up pretty quick these days. >> i am i have a lot to tell you. live on the 30 bypass in chester county eastbound approaching 322 we have an accident scene. you can see we have an ambulance fire crews penndot all on the scene blocking the left lane and only one lane kind of squeezing by so eastbound 30 bypass already jammed at this point from reeceville road to approaching 322. and we have an accident here in honey brook involving a motorcycle. fire crews police crews on the scene compass road at walnut road. live on 422 normal morning volume. no big problem. but eastbound traffic pretty jammed from past 29 to 23. and on the ben franklin bridge we noticed some heavy volume, too, westbound from the upside to eighth and vine coming into the city. it's kind of a slow go there, matt. >> okay, thank you karen. waiting for that rain to arrive. it's dry right now here in center city philadelphia. let's turn to meteorologist,
david murphy. >> actually have just a little bit of sunshine trying to work its way through the clouds but it's not doing a real good job. 56 degrees right now in philadelphia, still on the cool side, not much wind but the clouds gathering and your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows a cool high of 62, mainly cloudy today and there will be some light rain showers building in later this morning and hanging with us through most of the afternoon. the farther north you go the best chance you have of not seeing any of this as it will be centered closer to i-95 and down through south jersey and delaware. that tapers off late today and this evening and then 66 tomorrow with some late sun possible and sunny and milder both thursday and friday. matt, we'll get highs in the 70's. it will be nice. >> okay, thanks, david. national transportation safety board will release its findings on the deadly amtrak crash in port richmond last year. sources say the report will state engineer brandon bostian was distracted by a radio call about rock being thrown at a septa train. eight people were killed and more than 200 were injured. "action news" reporter john rawlins will be at the news conference in washington this
♪ bang bang there goes your heart ♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. nyle, paige and ginger go head-to-head for the mirror ball trophy after a stunning double elimination. >> wayna and lindsay, you're going home. >> wayna and lindsay fly all night to join us live. and new this morning, a big sunscreen warning for parents and kids. startling new research just out from "consumer reports," 65 sunscreens put to the test. almost half don't live up to the spf on the label. dr. besser breaks it down. new warning about heart attacks. could you be having one and have no idea? the scary symptoms, the warning signs you need to know. dr. ashton with the latest on so-called silent killers. ♪ time to get the chains out and chrissy teigen live. she's the supermodel sensation
and brand-new mom and she's cooking up a legendary dish here in times square as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ ♪ just dance just dance ♪ >> we're going to get to dancing in a bit. that baby looks just like john legend. it was a big night on "dancing with the stars" and a big morning here in times square. oh, they had to go home but wayna and lindsay joining us here live looking pretty happy. >> good for them. great job to ginger zee and val, they are in the finals. it is official. >> oh, look at them go. they're joining us live from l.a. congratulations, guys. >> everybody has -- >> save it for the finals. >> everybody has so much energy. whoo. also this morning, we're getting into shape with a spring training livestream. you're going to see struckers from three of the biggest
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on this. the big story, hillary clinton hoping to inch closer to the democratic nomination as voters head to the polls today in kentucky and oregon. clinton spent the last two days in kentucky trying to stop bernie sanders' momentum in a state she easily won back in 2008 and faced off with a heckler and mocked donald trump for making promises with no plan of action. well, now trump is getting slammed with a new round of attack ads from a pro-clinton super pac which is committed to spending $130 million to beat him. meanwhile, trump is now threatening to sue "the new york times" over a story on his alleged mistreatment of women. trump fired off a fresh string of tweets after an ex-girlfriend featured in the story took his side and denounced the article. a key vote in washington today in the fight against the zika virus. senators are expected to support more than $1 billion in emergency funding to stop the spread of zika this summer but that could set up a fierce battle in congress because
republicans in the house have offered about half that which is far less than what president obama has requested. well, breaking overnight that historic wildfire that has burned thousands of homes and buildings in canada has now forced another 8,000 people to three this morning. the fire is now threatening camps used by oil workers near the city of ft. mcmurray. poor air quality is also preventing about 80,000 residents from returning home. the coast guard has rescued three people from the frigid wears of lake erie. they had to be pulled to safety after their yacht broke in two. you can see it there on the right of the screen. the victims were clinging to the hull suffering from hypothermia. rescuers credit life jackets for keeping the three alive in the six-foot swells. and a close call at this store in oklahoma. a truck -- look at that -- came crashing through the windows. one customer said it sounded like a jet flying overhead followed by a bomb going off. remarkably, no one was seriously
injured. finally, some mothers just know how to stop traffic and grab attention like this momma bear in anchorage. one of her cubs was not listening to her instructions so mom grabbed him by the scruff of his neck and the other cub quickly got that message and followed. as for the drivers who delayed they just waited grinning and bearing it. george, that was for you. >> thank you. i appreciate that, amy. we'll move on to an important health alert. summer is coming and "consumer reports" is out with their new guide to sunscreens and their tests found popular brands performed significantly below their advertised sun protection levels and dr. richard besser is here with more on this. surprising to me. >> yeah, very surprising. so, "consumer reports" looked at -- they looked at 65 lotions, sprays and sticks all with an spf of 30 or higher. 43% of them performed lower than what was on the label. this is very concerning. an spf is your sun protection factor and tells you how good this product is at protecting you from the uvb rays which can
cause burn and set you up for sunscreen and spf of 30 allows you to stay out in the sun 30 types longer than without anything else without burning and surprising. >> some were far below the numbers. >> some of the products they looked at for children that had an spf of 30 or 50 were coming in at the level of 8 and that's way below what you should really see. >> not getting close to what you expect there. >> 15 is what you should be shooting for. if people use them properly it wouldn't be such an issue. 15 minutes before you go outside. use a full ounce every time you apply and put it on every two hours the spf value becomes much less important but people are using a lot less. for a family of four if you're going to the beach for four hours you're going to have to apply sunscreen twice so over the course of the day your family would use eight ounces. that's an entire bottle. i know people very well who stretch a bottle for an entire season. >> hearing about natural sun scream. >> there's a sense people have
that natural is better. but there's no defined way of describing what is natural. and what you're looking for is safer and when it comes to sunscreen safer is preventing burns and preventing sunscreen so i'm not a fan of natural. the fda doesn't have a definition on that and other things that people are using that aren't necessarily safer are the spray on sunscreens because it's hard to know how much you're putting on. >> what should parents look for? >> something easy to remember. it's a simple slip, slop, slap, wrap. slip on the shirt. slop on a sunscreen that's at least a 15, you don't have to go any higher than 50. slap on a wide hat and put on wrap-on sunglasses. >> slip, slop, slap, wrap. >> we reached out to all the companies that were tested by "consumer reports" and they said that the ones that got back to us that the "consumer reports" is not using the fda approved protocol and their products do better with that. >> rich besser thanks, you'll take questions on twitter. >> all morning.
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♪ ♪ that holes our lives together ♪ ♪ so tonight we say >> there she is, paige vanzant, amazing samba last night. she teamed up with mark and alan, danced her way right to the top of the leaderboard down to the final three on "dancing with the stars." >> coming down to the finals and two couples were sent home on the dance floor double elimination. wayna and lindsay. they'll join us live in a moment and the finals are set. ginger and val, nyle and peta and paige and mark, they're all in the top three. jesse palmer is here. he's got more. jesse, what do you have? >> what's up, michael. then there were three. steelers wide sievers antonio brown and boyz ii men wayna morris said good-bye an here's how it all went down. an all-out battle in the ballroom. a night of 10s. >> 10. >> 10. >> 10. >> reporter: with the final five couples dancing their hearts out in a semifinal showdown.
♪ here >> reporter: nyle dimarco proving he is still the leading man. dancing blind this week. >> you have to be blindfolded not to fall head over heels in love with that performance. >> reporter: paige vanzant's argentine tango turning up the heat. ♪ want more >> reporter: ginger shining with the fiery quickstep. >> like sparkling diamond when you dance. >> reporter: opening up behind the scenes about her road to success after overcoming her childhood struggle with anorexia. >> my parents divorced when i was 7 and i think it affected my childhood a lot. i needed to control some things so i know what i'll do. i'll just not eat. i'm always going to have body shaming issues but i think i've now grown into enough of a woman and a mature person that i realize life is a lot bigger than that. >> reporter: the first time ginger has talked about this publicly revealing to our cameras after the show. >> there are a lot of people who deal wit. huge amount especially of young
women who go through the exact same thing and sometimes the severe weather of dying and i think that's important to talk about. >> welcome back, wayna. >> reporter: nearly redeeming himself after last week's rough routine. >> 10. >> reporter: but two sets of perfect 10s were not enough to send the crooner to the finals. in a shocking double elimination, antonio and sharna were also eliminated. >> i always feel the embrace of great people and it's been amazing. >> this is another learning experience. finding someone that believes in you. it's the key. >> reporter: now ginger has a shot at bringing home the mirror ball trophy when the finals kick off next week. fingers crossed, guy. >> fingers are definitely crossed. we'll talk to them in a moment. first we have the booted couple, wayna and lindsay are here. thank you both for joining us. we know you're very tired.
>> thank you for having us. >> it's all good. >> happy to be here. >> wayna, we learned a lot about you. we learned you're an emotional guy. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. it's only when they talk about z-pack. >> i also learned ump driven to become famous to help your family. >> yes. >> so what did your mom have to say after the show. >> she was just like, you know, on to the next chapter. let's see what's next and, you know, life is what it is. you know, take the best out of this experience and keep moving forward. and that's exactly what i'm doing. >> you said you have no regrets. you left it out on the dance floor. >> absolutely. i left a lot -- i left all that weight out on the dance floor too. feel really good and that's due to my z-pack diet but for the most part i per severed and endured a lot of long afternoon, a lot of long evenings, you know, a lot of dancing, you know what i mean and i feel
absolutely great. i feel like a blessing that god gave me to be able to experience this is just something that i could never forecasted. you know, i'm just excited to even be here right now. >> let me talk to lady lindsay. so last night len said if natural dance talent was in the dictionary there would be a picture next to it of wayna. >> i completely agree with that. i mean, the best part of this season for me was watching him transform as a dancer, watching his body transform. it was like he turned into a new man. i feel like he gained a new self-confidence that he didn't have before and i love watching that because as a pro that's more rewarding than getting the mirror ball honestly. it's just watching him grow as a person and realizing that i had a part in that is so special to me? i'm curious now. when that picture is in the dictionary an a picture of wayna since you lost the weight, are you going to have your shirt on in the picture. >> the ab shirt. the sparkling ab shirt. >> you going to keep that shirt.
>> i got to keep it, man. >> you have to. >> it looks amazing. >> and i'm just curious before we let you go who do you think has the best chance of winning? >> i would have to say for anyone else to have a good chance to win they have to dance for their lives. nyle is a phenomenon. you know what i mean. he can't hear the music but he's dancing, he's acting, you know, he's doing everything that it takes. there's a lot of good chances on this show you know what i mean but everyone has to dance their hearts out because, you know, it's basically being set up to me for nyle to take it home. a great story. >> all right. we heard it here. >> it's going to be tough. >> so fun to watch. thank you, guys. congratulations, wayna. >> thank you so much. >> now we're going to ginger and val. we have them live in l.a. and you guys got all 10s from the "gma" judges. >> yes.
>> wayna, this is awkward. >> why is it awkward? you should be -- i know we know you love wayna. he loves you guys. >> awkward? i know that's not why you're saying it's awkward, boy. >> that's for another conversation. >> exactly. >> really quickly to you guys how are you going to prepare now for the big night? this is it. >> get back in the studio today. >> yeah. >> and start -- >> it already started last night. he started prepping right away. his mind is always going so i feel like we're just going to hit the floor today. put twice as much hard work -- i don't know how that's possible. >> i think wayna is right. i think there is a clear front-runner on the show, but, you know, we've been trying to dance our hearts out for the last couple of weeks and gain momentum and i think we've done that so, you know, hopefully we could do it one more time next week and i don't see why ginger can't be holing that mirror ball trophy. >> you shared a personal childhood story. how was that for you to share
that with everybody? >> it was a little weird to be honest. it was strange because i've never done it but i think that was the end of the healing process. i do think it's something that's with you for life. i think a lot of people struggle with eating disorders. but that's a disease that you choose at the end and i think at this point in my life being able to be honest with myself, being honest with other people, that's overcoming so it was a really joyful moment. i almost cried though. i should never listen to the story while we're getting ready to dance. okay, okay. i kept looking in val's eyes. >> it did not affect you at all, you did great. >> yeah, it wasn't -- >> oh, thank you. >> no, i'm saying that wasn't -- we were not ready for that package at all. >> no. >> i don't remember -- i mean, you've never even shared that with me so i think it caught both of us by surprise but, yeah, it's a story worth sharing if you feel confident and comfortable about it and, yeah, i mean i didn't think it affected our dance at all. >> speak of surprises can you
share with us any strategy or anything about what you're planning on showing us to win that mirror ball trophy? >> well, i'm really excited because, you know, one of the things in the finals besides the freestyle which is going to be incredible is a redemption dance and we're doing a jazz number which i don't think this season would be fulfilled for ginger if we didn't do a fred astaire and ginger rogers number so doing a fred and ginger number and i'm really excited about that because i think it really captures our chemistry and essence on that floor. >> i tell you what, we're excited to watch. good luck, val. good luck, ginger. wayna, lindsay, thanks for joining us in the studio. the "dancing with the stars" times kick off on monday. make sure you do not miss it. now we go over to you, amy. we do have to switch gears to that very important health headline out there. a new report revealing nearly half of people who have heart attacks have no idea they had them. dr. ashton is here with more on
that and the study found that silent heart attacks are more common in men but more deadly in women. why? >> exactly so the study looked at three questions. how common are these silent heart attacks. how serious are they when they compare them to the classic heart attacks and are there differences based on race and gender, very important when we're looking at heart disease. what it found was about 45% of all heart attacks are silent. these often go unrecognized, undiagnosed and untreated. it triples the risk of death after that event and black women had the highest risk so, again, there are limitations. we need to study different ethnic groups but here big headline. >> so how can you find out? how do you know if you've had a silent heart attack. >> diagnosis and prevention. this is often diagnosed with an ecg or ekg, simple electrocardiogram of the heart. not everyone is recommended to get one so we still have to flush that out, prevention is key. 80% of heart disease is preventable. eating a heart healthy diet, being active. knowing your numbers.
if you smoke, top smoking. >> great advice as always, dr. jen, thank you so much. >> you bet. let's go outside now to rob. >> amy check this out. i'm exhausted. live check it out on "good morning america.com" on yahoo. you can work out along with these professionals. by way, clouds are increasing here. warm up a little bit. still chilly with a little bit rain late in the day. that's a quick check on your workout forecast. here's what's going on locally for you. check it out. >> all right, rob, we have some rain creeping into areas south of philadelphia, dover delaware, just some real light stuff and this is going to be a progression over the next several hours. by lunchtime from about areas close to philadelphia south should be seeing that sprinkles and showers, some of you up north might catch a little bit. heading outside we have cloudy skies. it's chilly with temperatures in the 50's. your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows a high of 62 with occasional light rain showers. tomorrow clouds and maybe damp in the morning. some sun late and then beautiful thursday and friday.
could do "dancing with the stars." i get you ginger could do this. hey, guy, fantastic workout happening out here. toss it back inside to you. >> we actually think you could, rob. >> it wasn't that bad. >> maybe just not ballet. >> "pop news" time, everybody. and cue the music. ♪ do you recognize this? >> barbra streisand? don't -- >> raining on barbra's parade. she just announced a brand-new album. it's called "encore" movie partners sing broadway. the new project will see babs join forces with several film actors and singers, you guys may remember we talked about this a little bit ago. it's very top secret but we did find out that jamie foxx and daisy ridley from "star wars" both recorded songs with barbra. who knew? mul multitalented. they shared their photos on the internet so we're not like detectives.
>> but you are. you are, lara. >> thank you. >> you're good with google. >> i am a google master, george. so that is not all. the funny girl is going on tour. her first in nearly four years. she will hit the road in north america. she starts in l.a. on august 2nd. 2nd and all the fans who buy concert tickets receive a copy of the new album which will be released -- >> did you audition for this new album? i want to throw the hat -- ♪ you don't bring me flowers anymore ♪ ♪ it used to be so natural >> you and me a trio with barbra. george, no, not so much? >> we're waiting for barbra. >> a little evergreen, michael, thank you. i did not get the nod. i will let her know you are interested. >> we'll do our own album. >> like we do every day. >> also in "pop news" this morning, an inventive little girl named lily wrote a letter to her mom pretending to be her father convincing?
you decide. it reads, dear wife, what did you get lily for a surprise again i forgot. please reply here. love, don. >> please reply here. >> i don't think lily's trick worked but it's a hilarious note with over million views on imageer. another story for you but ain't going to happen. ran out of i'm. >> i guess we'll see it's tomorrow. "shark tank" coming up.
>> ♪ >> good morning everyone, it's eight:27 on this tuesday, may 17th. i'm matt o'donnell. we're starting to see a little bit of rain moving into the west. let's turn to karen rogers for a look at traffic. >> yeah, matt, we're looking live at 422 app approaching 29. still looking dry right now but we have this accident scene out here and you can see it with penndot on the scene. it's on the shoulder but 422 eastbound jamming past 29 to 23 as you're seeing this accident scene. two vehicles involved and penndot out on the scene. this accident in darby delaware county involves a ped. so watch for crews out here on park lane right at chadbourne road. be careful as emergency crews are coming to the scene right now and responding to that accident. outside live on the 30 bypass approaching 322. the accident i slowed you earlier has cleared. the delay has not cleared. you're still jammed eastbound from past reeceville road to approaching 322, matt. >> thank you, karen. dave murphy has the
accuweather forecast. david. >> all right, matt, we're off to a cloudy start. it's a little bit cool. take a look. 56 degrees currently in philadelphia. not much wind this morning so that's a change from yesterday. and this afternoon looks cloudy and damp. we will get some light nuisance showers rolling in later this morning and they'll probably stay with us for a chunk of the afternoon. they're not going to be real driving rain showers, them to it's just light nuisance stuff and the farther north you are through the region better chance you have of just not seeing any of this. it's mainly going to be around i-95 and south. 62 is the high. tomorrow clouds maybe a little damp early then some sun possible later in the day. a high of 66. but the real good news comes thursday and friday where we break out into full sunshine, a high temperature getting up into the low to mid 70's, really gorgeous weather. even on friday evening if you have plans to go out to the union or phillies and then rain likely on saturday, matt, with app little bit more sun coming back on sunday. >> okay, thanks, david. "action news" viewer captured video of a bear roaming around delaware county last night. see it on 6abc.com.
♪ welcome back to "gma." we are gearing up this spring. it doesn't exactly feel like spring this morning but we have three top workouts from the hottest fitness classes. >> i see them sweating. >> it's not that bad out here. >> we are livestreaming this all on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! so join us while you watch "gma" and take a look. here are some of you joining now via skype. we're going to have much more in just a moment but first michael is inside with chrissy teigen. michael. >> yes, i am. amy, here now with new mom and supermodel chrissy teigen as she and her husband john legend welcomed little baby luna to the world a month ago. look at that pretty baby and you're back in action with a new project. >> i could have bounced right back in the stream of work and everything. cooking again, it's been really
fun. >> so motherhood definitely agrees with you. you look amazing. but how is it going so far with baby luna. >> i will say i was already awake. usually this would have been a hard wake-up for me, but i was already up feeding, it's been really fun. i mean there's just no planning for anything anymore which is hard for me but it's been fun. >> how is john? has john been helping with the diaper changes. >> he does -- >> the feedings. >> i don't even want to say. everyone thinks john is so perfect so make sure people know nobody is perfect. >> does he serenade luna. >> we tried to think of a bathtime song and i'll just say that's not winning any -- that's winning no awards. it's horrible. >> used to winning. >> i think he ee used to something deeper. we need to get him into children's books more. >> he'll get into the groove. we know one thing he did and which i ad mire i stood up for you on social media. >> i know. >> you were getting mom bashed for going out on a date with john. >> i know. so obviously -- it was about
nine to ten days after something so i mean we needed a break. we needed to go enjoy each other's company and be out and i used to read mommy blogs like crazy so i knew mommy shaming was a thing but i didn't think it would come from going to dinner but, listen, we had -- we were gone for an hour and we had a good meal together. i think happy mommy, happy dade, happy baby. >> happy life. you deserve that hour and what i loved about it he said, you know what, understand mommy shaming but there's no daddy shaming so i was with you -- blame me for half it. >> i know. that was sweet of him. it just kept going on wane on so, yeah, he had my back in that one so thank you, john. >> you know, outside of baby luna and your marriage, a lot of great things being said as being a culinary delight. you are an incredible cook. >> thank you. >> i've used your book, some of the best meals i've had.
>> i sent you a book. so happy. >> absolutely. we'll go right there and cook. >> i'm excited. >> your husband -- >> your husband is so good that you named a chili after him? this is john's chili. >> no, this is john's chili. he makes it all the time. we're tailgaters. not you so much i assume but we -- this is kind of a tape until our household because we love really hearty delicious foods and summertime a chili dog version. you jumped right into that so we'll toss in -- we got -- this is -- >> was there any special ingredients? >> this is a special ingredient in so many of my dishes, lawrie seasoned salt. pop that in there. >> singing. >> what is this? >> chili powder. dump all the cayenne pepper in there. give it a stir, give it a stir. >> let's stir that up. >> this -- we got lazy here so we have kidney beans and tomato sauce, garlic, everything is
being sauteed nicely. the longer it sit, the better. are you going? >> the spices got to me, whoa? >> only supposed to do a little bit. >> we went hard core. whoo, did we ever. >> the longer it simmers, the better it gets ourselves. >> put that in there. >> put that in there. put the beans in there. >> oh. >> and then -- >> tons of garlic. >> nothing wrong with a little garlic. >> make sure your date eats it too then you beth stink. it's perfect. good job. you are a good cook. so will you dump this on my chili dog for me. >> that makes it even better. >> see if my serving skills are up to par. >> oh, yes. oh, my gosh. are you going to try this. >> i'm going to try it. >> you know what, i'm going to try it but i got to say that chrissy's book "cravings" is available now and your cookbook is the first one to ever debut on "the new york times" number one best-seller also "usa today" number one best-seller.
>> we've been on for a long time. >> it's well deserved. get the recipe for john's chili at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! now to rob outside. >> don't forget your secret ingredient. >> is lawrie's. >> i can't open it. >> i'll eat -- >> you have to open it for me. >> outside to you. >> i could use a chili dog right now. i'm sweating out here. taking a break doing this all hour. at home doing this live stream break it out kids. we got dancing going on, power stuff, ballet going on. get out there and work out. we're so happy you're here. love you boston much doing better than the yankees this year that's for sure. let's take a look. might get a sprinkle. most of the rain is going to stay south of new york city as this d.c. back in it after a really wet beginning in may. mountain snow over the colorado rockies and west coast we're watching severe weather threat across parts of
texas. we love "gma." here's your local forecast. check it out. >> all right, rob, got a little bit of shower activity now extending over to cape may county across dell bear way. your seven day moving from the low to mid-50's up to a high of just 62 and some light rain showers off and on through the day into the evening. 66 tomorrow, some late sun. tossing back in to you. >> i'm here with robert herjavec from "shark tank" out with a new book, "you don't have to be a shark," and great to have you back and great to have your fiancee kym johnson over from "dancing" taking a few selfie. >> everybody is great in the final. i know she wants it. i know when i got that close you really want to win. >> you do. >> and as i said kym johnson is here as well and you met on
didn't. you're now engaged. anything you can share about the wedding plans? >> apparently yesterday in an interview i told people where we're going for the honeymoon the actual hotel so kym said don't do that anymore. >> tell us about the book. i was a little surprised by the title. "you don't have to be a shark." why not. >> in seven seasons of doing the show what i've learned is people are deathly afraid of sales. people can't -- they get scared. they -- >> putting themselves out there. >> they feel you have to be pushy, aggressive, a bit of a jerk to do sales. it's the used car salesman and so i try to write a book for sales for the nonsalesperson. >> got it. >> you don't have to be a shark. >> let's go through some of the tips. talking about this. how you can use the art of persuasion in life and the first one i think about and makes some sense is making that first impression. >> make that first impression. we sit on our show in the first minute and a half and we know whether we're going to invest or not. it's how you dress. i mean look at you.
you look really well put together. very conservative. right? it's the look and it's not just how you dress it's how you stand, how you sit. the cadence of your voice, all of those things. >> and then how about with careers? this is the one that surprised so many of us. there's actually a best day to ago for a raise? >> it's all about timing. you got to know when the right time is. it's better to ask for a raise at the end of the week of the it's actually better to sell your value than to ask for a raise. >> what does that mean? >> go in and tell them what a great job you're doing. make the other side offer you the money. when you ask for money you're only going to get so many. when you sell value you're going to get more. >> you're saying go in well before your performance review. >> go in well before. you always got to be selling. always. >> and then finally third tip, know how the score is being kept. what does that mean. >> well, you know, it's one thing i learned on "dancing with the stars," you have to know how to sell yourself and how people are junking you. kym taught me that. you have to sell yourself to the audience. i asked her how do you know when
people can't dance. she said to me it's in their eyes. people that can't dance look like they're lost. their eyes are everywhere. and that was me. it took a while for me to understand that and sell myself to the audience. before i teach you to sell, i have to teach you who to sell to. understand your audience. >> did being on "shark tank" make you a better businessman? >> being on "shark tank" made me a better salesperson because i learned the art of the pitch. i was always pretty good at sales and that's another thing, george. people always think i wish i was born like you to be able to talk to people. when i was 20 years old i couldn't even talk to my own shadow. you can make yourself better at seas. you can become a better business -- person. >> robert herjavec, thank so much. the book is out today and the season finale of "shark tank" airs this friday here on abc. when we come back those livestream workouts. ♪ all day ♪
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times square and viewers all across the country and they're joining us live. >> i mean i actually learned this today. i am so behind the times. livestreeping is one of the hottest new trends in fitness. it lets people take professional classes without ever having to go to the gym. >> who doesn't like that? i kind of like that. let's meet the amazing instructors here, we're going to start with mary helen bowers, the founder of ballet beautiful and welcome mary helen. >> thanks for having me. >> you trained natalie portman for "the black swan." >> i did. >> what kind of moves do you incorporate. >> ballet meets fitness, sculpting your sleek ballet muscles and core and build beautiful posture and increasing flexibility. >> sleek ballerina muscles. mine 0 dormant. >> it's not too late to wake them up. >> you started your classes online. have you two studios now. >> we do. >> physical studio but why did you begin virtually. >> we look to the internet to launch our classes because of scale. because we can share the workout
any time anywhere so we've got people streaming our workouts in over 80 countries on balletbeautiful.com. >> that beats a studio. >> pretty cool. >> beats a studio and we'll check you out and move over here next door and we have jd roberto who is the host of daily burn 365. a live daily workout on dailyburn.com. >> good to be working out with everybody. >> tell us about the class you're doing today. >> this is daily burn 365 every day we do a brand-new total body workout so both cardio, a little core, a little balance, a little strength. something different every single say. >> something different every single day. >> different trainer every day and a different workout and feel like that variety is what keeps people coming back. if you don't get bored you keep coming back. >> why do you think this livestream has taken off the way it has. >> i think that we've got about, you know, 50, 60, 7,000 people working out live together every day. >> wow. >> i think that community, the ability to chat together live,
to ask us questions, we interact live with our participants. they can ask our trainer a question and he can answer it in realtime. i think that community and that support is what makes people come back. >> more than just watching. very interactive. get your answers immediately. >> part after a family. part of the daily burn family. >> jd, thanks for being here. keep on sweating. >> keep on sweating. >> and now we're down at the end and we have lashawn jones from crunch live, lashawn, what's going on down here? it's like a party. >> of course, this is an urban attitude, a dance workout. >> urban attitude. >> yes. >> fonzie was making fun of me because i tried to get mine on and apparently it was a fail. >> never a fail. >> just dance and have fun. >> so tell me like part of the obvious like excitement about this is you don't have to go to the gym but the other part that might be the downside you don't go to the gym. how do you combat that. >> crunch live has 70 workouts online. a lot of the problem is you don't want to get up you're
tired you can do it right at home. nobody is judging you. have a great time and party by yourself. >> the one thing i love is the music. the music really is -- it can get you motivated. how important is it to your workout? >> very important. so we want to make sure that whatever song you have, something that inspires you from the inside and feel the beat and lyrics and comes out of your body. >> you're feeling the beat. >> i do. i feel the beat. >> well, i tell you what, everyone, you can join the workouts now on our website at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and we're going to keep on exercising and feeling the beat and feeling the groove. coming up, kyogo is here performing live. you don't want to miss that.
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in south jersey. firefighters just arrived at the scene. can you imagine this fire was seen bigger just minutes ago. let's go to karen rogers for more on what's going on. >> watching those flames shooting up right now and you can see the black smoke popping out of the scene. the crews on the scene responding. this is the ramp from 42 northbound to 295 northbound. so you can see that ramp obviously blocked. we've got police and emergency workers here, fire pouring out, black smoke popping out right now. the fire crews on the scene and we see the debris on the roadway with this as well. this is again on the ramp from 42 northbound to 295 and northbound. they've shut down 295 in this area while emergency workers deal with this fire location. there we're seeing them just start to spray it right now as we look live on the scene with chopper6 showing us ramp from 42 northbound to 295 northbound with this truck fire. we can see traffic is moving but it is slow on route 42 nearby so that's causing problems on 295 as well as 42. here's that traffic kind of at a standstill on 42 northbound
jammed from coles towed 295. also an accident involving two trucks blocking the right lane. this is on the schuylkill westbound at university avenue, matt. >> thank you karen. parts of the region seeing rain. let's go to meteorologist, david murphy. >> storm tracker6 live double scan showing you that it's beginning to creep into areas well south and west of philadelphia. southern new castle county pick pentagon up a little of the light stuff and looks like there's a steadier cell that will probably clips part of new castle and south jersey later this morning. 56 and cool right now. your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows a high this afternoon of 62. light rain showers, matt, through the day. drier tomorrow afternoon. >> thanks, david. live with kelly is next here on 6abc. jimmy can kimmel continues as a guest host. andy sandberg is a guest. i'm matt o'donnell. have a great tuesday. >> ♪ ♪
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