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good morning, america. breaking news as we come on the air, protests erupting over a deadly confrontation between police officers and this man, all caught on camera. the victim reportedly selling cds at a convenience store then shot multiple times. the investigation right now. firestorm this morning over that hillary clinton bombshell. the fbi issues a scathing report calling her e-mails extremely careless but recommends no criminal charges as president obama campaigns for clinton. >> hillary, hillary. >> now donald trump calls the system rigged. breaking overnight, the family of that american student murdered in rome meets with the pope. his message overnight as new clues about the mysterious murder emerge. ♪ go go
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showing police officers shooting a man outside a convenience store. abc's ryan smith is here with the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning. those protests lasting well into the night. so many registering their outrage over the shooting death of alton sterling and the shocking video of it all caught on cell phone. overnight protests growing louder in baton rouge after the police shooting death of alton sterling, a man reportedly selling cds outside of a louisiana convenience store tuesday. >> on the corner, gun in his pocket. he pulled a gun on a complainant and told him he couldn't be around there. >> reporter: according to police two officers were responding to an anonymous report of a man with a gun. the fatal confrontation between the 37-year-old sterling and police officers captured in this cell phone video. >> on the ground. get on the ground. >> reporter: in the video two officers appear to struggle with
the man, tasing him and slamming him to the ground. one officer seems to yell gun. and then shots are fired. >> oh, my god. >> they shot him? >> yes. >> oh, my goodness. >> they killed this boy. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: sterling died at the scene from multiple gunshot wounds to his chest and back. the police department placing the two officers on leave while they investigate. the store owner says he was standing two or three feet away at the time of the shooting. he says sterling a regular at the store is a father of young children. >> he was a nice guy. he wasn't out here doing anything bad. he was always just selling movies, minding his own business. >> reporter: public outrage growing quickly. over 200 people protesting in baton rouge. on twitter #altonsterling and so
many around the country searching for answers including sterling's sister. >> i really want to know more about what happened because my brother didn't deserve it. he didn't deserve it at all. >> reporter: the police investigation is ongoing. now, there are reports that both officers' body cameras fell off during the frustrating and there may not be much police video. they claim it does exist and have not released it and expected to g7 a press conference this morning. to that blockbuster decision from the fbi after a year-long investigation james comey decides not to recommend charges against hillary clinton but blasts her for reckless handling of classified information on her private e-mail server. abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas brings us the latest from washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, george. in one of the most dramatic moments of 20 years of covering the fbi, the fbi director took center stage, no one knowing what he decided with the power to affect the outcome of the
2016 presidential election. the decision about the clinton e-mail investigation so sensitive and critical to the presidential race, fbi director james comey kept the white house and his boss, the attorney general in the dark. >> they do not know what i'm about to say. >> reporter: in a dramatic hastily arranged press conference he announced the results of thousands of hours of fbi investigation. >> our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case. >> reporter: but despite that recommendation the fbi director gave a blistering assessment of clinton's decision to use private e-mail to conduct government business. >> there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive highly classified information. >> reporter: former secretary clinton has maintained that she never sent or received e-mails that were marked classified but tuesday comey said the investigation found 110 e-mails that contained classified information at the time they were sent and received. and whether they were marked classified when she received them or not comey hammered
clinton for leaving government e-mails vulnerable to enemies. >> any reasonable person in secretary clinton's position or in the position of those with whom she was corresponding about those matters should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that conversation. >> reporter: still, comey said the investigation failed to meet a critical legal standard. according to comey there was no evidence of -- for. >> clearly infenceal and willful mishandling or vast quantity, indications of disloyalty to the united states or efforts obstruct justice. we do net see those things here. >> reporter: bottom line, clinton aides may have been careless but comey could not make the case that their behavior was criminal. >> meantime, pierre, this technically this report from the fbi director is just a recommendation to the justice department but effectively this is over, right. >> reporter: we expect the career prosecutors will agree with comey that charges aren't warranted so the likelihood of a criminal case against her is
effectively over. >> pierre thomas, thanks very much. george, the fbi report getting major reaction on both sides of the aisle as president obama joins hillary clinton on the campaign trail for the first time. abc's cecilia vega is in charlotte, north carolina, with the latest. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. the reactions on this one could not be more different for hillary clinton and her campaign. there is a sense of relief this morning, but for the republicans led by donald trump, they see a rigged system and say hillary clinton lied. just hours after the fbi slammed hillary clinton for her e-mail use she was on air force one with president obama all smiles as they hit the campaign trail in north carolina. >> i am with her. >> all: i'm with her. >> i'm with her. >> reporter: clinton getting a commanding boost of confidence from the commander in chief. >> he knows a thing or two about winning elections. take it from me. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: and it could not have come at a better time.
>> i'm ready to pass the baton. [ cheers and applause ] and i know that hillary clinton is going to take it. and i know she can run that race. >> reporter: two former rivals now a united front. >> everybody can tweet but nobody actually knows what it take s to do the job until you sit behind the desk. >> reporter: no mention of that fbi investigation. clinton's team saying in a statement we are glad this matter is resolved and that it was a mistake to use her personal e-mail and she would not do it again but her opponents not about to let it go from house speaker paul ryan. >> this certainly does underscore that she believes she's above the law. >> reporter: to donald trump holding his own rival north carolina rally. >> we now know that she lied to the country when she said she did not send classified information on her server.
she lied. >> reporter: going after clinton and the system. >> today is the best evidence ever that we've seen that our system is absolutely totally rigged. it's rigged. >> reporter: and sources tell me this fbi news came as a complete surprise to the clinton campaign that they watched it unfold on television along with everyone else. we're also told that the president and hillary clinton did not discuss the fbi investigation during that air force one ride here to north carolina, george. we're told they talked about grandchildren. >> very deliberately no doubt. thanks very much. more on the law and politics with our chief legal analyst dan abrams and our political analyst matthew dowd and let's begin with the law, dan, that standard that the fbi director said, no reasonable prosecutor would bring charges. he seems to be suggesting legally this wasn't a close call. >> so on the one hand i think for a long time the clinton supporters have been minimizing the significance of what happened here and i think james
comey made that quite clear in laying out a sort of moral indictment. >> scathing. >> of hillary clinton. she broke rules. she violated norms. but that is not necessarily criminal. and then he laid out at the end the criminal standard. we're talking about espionage law here. people are saying, well, gross negligence. that's the espionage act and basically what james comey is saying is you want to prosecute someone under this misdemeanor or this felony of the espionage act, you need a level of intentional willful conduct that simply didn't exist here. >> matthew dowd, politically this was tough stuff from james comey and seems to hit secretary clinton on three front, competence, protecting national security and the big one, honesty which is what you've already got the rnc putting out videos this morning hitting the five big lies they say james comey exposed. >> well, i think it's really tough stuff. she survived a potential fatal
blow which means she still stays in the race but was basically told by the fbi director she's not guilty of a crime but she's not innocent of wrongdoing and to me it reminds me a lot of tom brady the he survives to play the game still but his reputation has been sullied. in this case it's almost the best of circumstances for the gop and the rnc which means she continues to run. she doesn't suffer a fatal blow in the course of this so nobody else is substituted in the race but she is damaged, i think, by what the fbi director did. >> what about you hear a lot of clinton allies suggesting that five months from now on election day, the only thing people will remember is that she wasn't charged. >> i don't agree with that. i think what it is, it adds to the story on the story is can we trust hillary clinton in the course of this? i think she's still favored i think to win the race and still favored after this to win the race but she is damaged in this and that will survive. >> you've got the suggestion from the speaker of the house,
paul ryan that she shouldn't get these intelligence briefings over the rest of the campaign. >> as a practical matter won't happen. not practical and i think we'll expect to see this move now into the political realm out of the league. >> thanks very much. back to robin. >> now to a big headline overseas. the vatican saying pope francis has met with the parents of that american college student whose body was found in rome's tiber river. abc's lama hasan is in rome now with those details. good morning, lama. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. yes, it was a remarkable moment overnight. pope francis holding a private meeting at the vatican with both solomon's parents this as we learn new details about the murder investigation right here in rome. this morning, the vatican confirming pope francis had a private meeting with the parents of beau solomon murdered this week while studying abroad in rome. in a statement the pope expressed his deepest sympathy
and compassion and his closeness in prayer to the lord for the young man who died so tragically. right now italian investigators are piecing together the mysterious death of solomon. police arresting a homeless man, massimo galioto, suspected of aggravated homicide after the 19-year-old's body was pulled from this river. the american came this way, she said. one could see he was upset. according to italian tv this woman was living in a tent with the suspect and says she watched the scuffle unfold. [ speaking a foreign language ] "they were pushing each other," she said. the boy pushed back and then it ended badly. solomon was a cancer survivor major in personal finance at the university of wisconsin madison, his life cut short just a day after he arrived for his exchange program at john cabot university. >> so hard to hear about your best friend. didn't really even get a chance to say good-bye to him. >> reporter: well, this morning italian police confirming to abc news massimo galioto, the
homeless man suspected of murdering beau solomon is expected to appear in court later today. george. >> okay, lama, thanks very much. also overseas breaking news in the oscar pistorius case, the olympian sentenced to six years in prison for killing his girlfriend on valentine's day, 2013. abc's alex marquardt is in london with the late et. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. pistorius has now already been taken to prison directly from that courtroom. this six-year sentence is pretty surprising given that it's less than half of the maximum of 15 years for murder which is what the prosecution had asked for. pistorius was stone-faced as it was handed down, none of the tears we've seen from him throughout the three years in court. the judge said there were substantial and compelling reasons to not give the maximum sentence including his genuine remorse. pistorius might not even serve the full six years. he's able to apply for parole after half his sentence and could be out in three years.
>> alex marquardt, thanks. to amy with the other top stories. >> could be good news. security lines at the airport may be speeding up soon. the tsa will soon test c.t. scanners to inspect carry-on luggage and human screeners won't have to look at screenings of every single bag. they give 3d images and will be tested if phoenix first. well, there is more turmoil in iraq. a top government official has resigned following sunday's bombing that killed 250 people. that is the single deadliest attack claimed by isis worldwide. the interior minister says he is resigning because of a lack of coordination among security forces. and some new safety concerns surround the so-called self-driving cars made by tesla. a driver claims his car was in autopilot mode when it rolled over in pennsylvania friday. you may remember that a driver of a tesla model s on autopilot
was killed in a crash in florida. it uses radar to steer and match speeds. a rare sight off cape cod, a fishing boat captain snapped this photo of a 30-foot killer whale. experts say they cannot recall ever seeing an orca so close to the new england coast. and in sports a clean sweep for the chicago cubs. their entire infield has been selected to tart in next week's all-star game. matching the record held by the 19634 cardinal, a total of seven cubs have been chosen as all-stars this year. finally, well, being honest pays off. someone left $187,000 in cash in the backseat of a boston taxi but veteran cab driver buzzy maccausland said he never considered keeping a dollar of it and turned it over to police and found the owner apparently living in a homeless shelter. just got all that cash from an inheritance. he gave buzzi 100 bucks for his
honesty. you know what he should do with that 100 bucks, play the lottery. >> pushing his luck. >> why not? >> you know what, honesty does pay off. speaking of lotly so does the mega millions climbing to over half a billion dollars and abc's t.j. holmes is joining us from a spot where they sell tickets here in new york city. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, to you, strahan. i need your help. i need you to tell the "gma" producers do not call and wake me up and get me out of bed for a measly $508 million. i say that because i covered the record jackpot in this country just a few months ago, it was $1.6 billion. so 508, that's just a drop in the lottery bucket. i still got my tickets. it's still the seventh largest. cash payout is 357 million
before taxes. >> before taxes. whi wow. i'll take that. speaking of the prize that was in january. there's still one ticket floating around that hasn't put in their claim. >> oh, strahan, this makes me sick in the stomach and keeps me up at night. three winning tickets sold to that record jackpot. that powerball jackpot. one of those was sole out in california has not been claimed. at this point people suspect that person thinks they might not know it or it might have been thrown away, strahan. >> that would be heartbreaking. that's out in chino hills if you bought one out in chino research and check again. thank you. now over to ginger with some severe weather hitting the heartland. >> yes, happening at this hour. severe thunderstorms in parts of >> i want to show you this individual fro from the statement storm. weren't minnesota tornado 228 severe storm reports. today that area goes right to our west in parts of nebraska
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classified information extremely careless but decided not to recommend charges and protesting a deadly shooting in louisiana after video emerged online. that man's name alton sterling becoming the top trending overnight. venus and serena advancing to the semifinals at wimbledon. could they be headed for the ultimate sister showdown? we'll break that down. >> talk to patrick mcenroe about that. >> yes, we will. we'll begin with this teen girl accused of pushing her boyfriend to commit suicide by sending him taunting text messages. the massachusetts supreme court ruled she can stand trial for manslaughter and abc's linzie janis is here with the latest on the case, good morning, johnn , >> reporter: michele carter sent a series of text messages intending to convince him to take his own life. they tried to have charges dropped twice but now they must
go to trial. michele carter, the massachusetts teenager accused of urging her boyfriend to commit suicide by a text message is now facing up to 20 years in prison. the state's highest court ordering her to stand trial deciding friday to uphold carter's grand jury indictment on a manslaughter charge for the 2014 death of 18-year-old conrad roy. roy died of carbon monoxide poisoning after locking himself inside his truck in this kmart parking lot. at the time prosecutors say he was on the phone with carter for 47 minutes. his girlfriend allegedly convincing him to stay in the truck after he had second thoughts. >> he was scared. she told him to get back in the car. >> reporter: in a series of text messages leading up to roy's death prosecutors say carter was essentially bullying him into suicide texting "you need to stop thinking about this and just do it." and "there is no way you can
fail. tonight is the night. it's now or never." >> when are you going to do it? stop ignoring the question. >> reporter: carter's lawyers argued the then 17-year-old's texts were protected by the first amendment and didn't cause roy to kill himself. saying roy was the one who convinced carter he should commit suicide. >> he has in fact brainwashed her to the point where she's now accepting his idea of this is my only option. >> reporter: but massachusetts supreme judicial court disagreed saying carter engaged in a systemic campaign of coercion that targeted roy's insecurities and that her instruction to get back in his truck in his final moments was the direct causal link to his death. carter's lawyer tells us he is confident his client will be found not guilty. carter is due back in court july 21st. we spoke with conrad roy's mother and says she feels the loss of her son every single day
and wants the case to go forward. >> let's talk about it with sunny hostin. we heard her words were protected by the first amendment but the judge is saying words can kill. >> that words can kill. words can matter. it was a unanimous decision and 23-page decision. everyone should really read this decision. especially parents of teens and this is marked the first time that the court in massachusetts basically said you can be responsible for involuntary manslaughter just by using your words. >> even if you're not there or don't pull the trigger or knife. >> that's right. this court said by using those types of words, get back in the car. you need to do this. do this now she was almost virtually in the car with him goading him. anybody that reads what she texted him what she said to him should be horrified because words matter. >> absolutely and you're making the distinction between what we
see here and bullying, cyberbullying. >> i think it's a bit different. cyberbullying is a federal crime and it's when you intend to harm someone by your words by cyberbullying. this is a bit different. this is encouraging someone to kill themselves and 39 states have laws prohibiting that on the books. massachusetts does not but massachusetts now is saying you can't do this kind of thing and i often say that the law doesn't catch up with technology quickly enough. the law caught up with technology right here right now. >> we'll be watching this case. sunny hostin, thanks very much. >> you're right about parents needing to read that. >> got to. a stunning new report. thousands of doctors accused of sexually abusing patients under their care. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross confronted some of them and is here with more on that. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning. doctors are figures of respect and trust in our society. but a startling new report this morning reveals more than 2,000 american doctors have been implicated in the sexual abuse
of their own patients including some of the mess prestigious physicians in the country. at mt. sinai hospital in new york city dr. david newman's work in the emergency room once made him prominent nationwide but now dr. newman is in disgrace under criminal indictment for the alleged sexual abuse of four women including one he allegedly drugged in the er. he has pleaded not guilty. anything to say to the people who have alleged you abused themmy. >> no comment right now. >> reporter: his license suspended and far from the only one accused of such crimes. for the last year an investigative team at the atlanta journal constitution put together a first of its kind list of more than 2400 documented cases over 16 years involving doctors who have sexually abused their patients. >> some of these doctors are the most prolific sex offenders in the country with hundreds and in some cases thousands of victims. >> reporter: victims like erin
vance, she testified. >> i remember him kissing me on the lips and then manipulating physically manipulating my hand to basically rub him. >> reporter: the anesthesiologist dr. frederick field was sentenced to 23 years in prison for assaults on at least 12 women. >> he said, it's okay, this is just how we wake you up. >> reporter: many doctors get off easy including the one who lives in this house in ham mott, california. dr. david matta once praised as a great humanitarian pleaded guilty to six felony counts of sexual contact in 2011 but received only probation, no prison. when we went to see dr. mata, he refused to show his face but maintained his innocence. >> did you abuse your patients. >> no, no. >> you deny that.
>> i have no -- no, i'm not going to make any comment because you twist things. >> i won't twist things. you're hiding behind a door. i want to ask you did you violate your oath? did you violate those patients? >> i am -- i'm not going to make no comment on that. >> reporter: from the time of his arrest it took the california medical guard to suspend his license and he's now eligible to reapply for it although he says he has retired. if fact, of the 400 doctors, sanctioned for sexual abuse of their patients half of them, half of them have been able to keep their licenses to practice. >> all right, brian. >> that is just stunning. >> it is. over to michael. >> george, coming up on the big board, the major olympic security concern that a new scare in rio's waters just a month before the games begin, plus, this video of a man riding a moose sparking a big investigation. and could we be heading for an all williams wimbledon final? we'll be back in two minutes to talk about all of that on our big board. i called for help as soon as i saw her.
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we welcome you back. time for the big board. the big board. our team of insiders here live to take on today's top stories. let's say we begin with big problems in rio. less than a month was you know before the olympics begin. brazilian troops now patrolling venues in the face of security issues that the city's mayor calls, quote, horrible, terrible and now there's major concerns about super bacteria in rio's waters. joining us is dr. richard besser. what more could they have going on here? this is a drug resistant bacteria being found in the water that's going to be used in some of the olympic venues. how bad is this? >> yes, exactly. finding this in the water, another sign that some of the athletes will be competing in raw sewage. it's being pumped in the water. it's not being treated so you have marathon swimmers, try athlete, rowers, canoers, sailors, when rio went -- when
they bid on the games they promised that they were going to build all of these new sewage treatment plants. the economy took a turn for the worse and they didn't build them so now we have this situation. the good news if there is any these super bugs only cause problems in people who are chronically ill in the hospital with immune problems but found high levels of a lot of viruss that can cause stomach flu and i can't imagine what's going to happen if they get a stomach bug ripping through the olympic village. >> doesn't sound like a chance you want to take when you hear that. you already have zika concerns and now the nih and u.s. olympic committee teaming up to do a study on this but what do they hope to find in this study? even if they find something what does it change? >> this is an important study. not going to help the olympic athletes during the olympics but looking to enroll a thousand athletes, coaches and others and their sexual partners to see how many people get infebruaried, how long it stays in their body and this could give people
information long term in terms of when is it safe to have children and start their families. >> wow. >> all right. >> every single day as we said just a month or less to go until the olympics. >> thank you. now to that disturbing video showing a man jumping from a moving boat. you can see it right there on to a moose's back and canadian police filing wildlife harassment charges after it was posted online. that doesn't look like the right thing to do. >> come on. >> and now joining us is ron magill, the communications director at the zoo in miami and dr. magill, they tracked these guys down and took them a year and now they face multiple charges under the wildlife ago and how serious is it to do something like this? >> this is very serious. first of all not only putting yourself in danger but you're teaching an animal to lose its natural fear of human beings and
next time might not run away but become aggressive because of a previous experience. abusive and makes me sick. >> i saw you shaking your head. we all were shaking our head and i'm sure at home too. you could see the moose was trying to get away. but we are seeing more of these encounters. there's been a lot of talk about the bison, some bisons have attacked people and the young bison that somebody took and put in their car and had to be put down. they thought they were helping the young bison thought it was injured. what do you make of these new encounters? >> robin, the problem is people have seen more animals in these parts and look at them in parks as if they're props or something and think they're something to play with. don't understand they're wild animals generated by this whole selfie craze. people are out there. i was at everglades national park and this guy is laying down with an alligator behind him and taking a selfie turning his back to the alligator. common sense isn't common anymore and amazed me how stupid
can be. it's a tragedy waiting to happen. these are wild animals. >> you should have seen dr. besser's reaction hearing somebody with the alligator behind him. >> i think ron is on the money, it's just stupid. straight and to the point. >> now to the williams sisters. killing it at wimbledon. venus and serena making it to the semifinals. joining us our good friend, patrick mcenroe, espn tennis commentary. let's look at that shot at the all england club and let's talk, first of all about venus. here she is 36 years old. it's, what, the first time, five or six years made it to the semifinals of a grand slam. she's overcome a serious illness. put all of this, patrick, into context for us. >> i got to tell you, robin and michael, this story is giving me goose bumps with venus williams because she's been through so much and obviously been overshadowed by her great sister serena who is going for number 22 but let's remember, oh, by the way, venus williams has
seven grand slam titles herself. she has five wimbledon titles. she's waited a long time for this opportunity. she said yesterday, robin, after she won her quarterfinal match and said not everybody is serena williams, this is really great for me for venus, she's got a chance to get back to the wimbledon final but has a very tough match in the semis. >> i feel like i grew up watching these two perform against each other quite a bit all the time. we're getting almost like a throwback now, possibly get a chance to watch them in the finals. how realistic is it for these two to make it to the finals? >> well, it would be a shock, michael, if serena doesn't get there. she has been absolutely awesome this year at wimbledon. getting through to the semifinals. she takes on an unlikely semifin semifinals, elena vesnina from russia. angelique kerber is the one who beat her at the australian open, the german is feisty, a lefty,
very, very tough and very good on grass. but if venus can find some of that magic we could have another all-williams sisters with -- at the combined age of 70 years old. they're still getting it done. >> yes and how many people gave richard williams their father a hard time back in the day and here we are 15 years later and look at their daughters and what they're all doing. have some squaw berries and cream and wash it down with some pimm's. >> thank you to patrick and ron and dr. richard besser. >> i'll have a few extra for michael. >> he's trying to say it requires a lot to fill me. we'd like to say thank you to all three panelists and see all the action on wimbledon on espn and streaming live on watch espn and also the espn app. >> don't want to miss it. coming up don't want to miss this, this morning's hot shot, the new spice girls remake getting huge reaction around the globe. >> told me what you want. ♪ what i really, really want
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cape may new jersey as we prepare for it feeling like a hundred degrees. here's dave murphy and the forecast. >> already really warming up with humidity definitely noticeable out here on the terrace matt. this is about the fastest jump to 80 i've seen probably since late last summer. we're already at 80 degrees coming up on 8 o'clock this morning in philadelphia. 78 in wilmington, 76 in allentown, 78 in cape may. and this afternoon we're going for a hot and humid high of 94. an excessive heat warning kicks in at about 11 o'clock this morning and doesn't end until friday evening so for the next three days you're looking at lies in the mid 90's and heat index values up around 100. we'll have to take it easy matt. things get better on saturday. >> thanks, david. a gunman is on the run after firing more than a half dozen bullets into a crowd in the city's hunting park section. a stray bullet hit a 13-year-old boy in the leg. police say it started when a female driver almost hit a group of people with her vehicle on the 4300 block of north darien street. the driver exchanged words with some residents took off
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and there is outrage after that scathing report from the fbi on hillary clinton calling her extremely careless but not criminal recommending no charges. the backlash growing on the campaign trail. ♪ wear the swimsuit. the new body image taking off after jen weiner posted this picture. why she's sparking so many to be happy to the skin they're in and put an end to body shaming. get ready for prime time. the secret to scoring huge deals as amazon counts down and becky worley with your strategy to save right now. trading places. kevin hart and the rock taking a turn in each other's shoes. what got them laughing so hard they started to cry.
>> my man. ♪ baby love and baby, oh, baby, the identical twins making headlines because they're the moms giving birth at the same time on the same day. now both families joining us live as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ and a great wednesday crowd here in times square. how about that for togetherness, identical twins having babies on the same time, same day. can't wait to meet them. there they are. >> yes, our becky worley is fired up helping us embrace the athleisure lifestyle. it's all about, well, the sports bra. she's got some dressing room tips to make sure you find the right fit before you pay for it. lovely doing this. >> i like that. >> you did it well. >> mind if we don't add anything
to that. >> before you pay for it. it was a rhyme. it is playtime at "gma." we have some tiny toy testers in our "gma" playroom trying out the low-tech toys that can actually have a big impact on their development and plus, the couple creating them who went from eating ramen to building a multimillion dollar company and parents, you'll want to pay attention? a pretty nice house. the morning rundown from amy. >> the big story, republican reaction to the fbi's recommendation not to charge hillary clinton for using a private e-mail server. house speaker paul ryan wants to hold hearings on the investigation and calling for the release of all the findings and says fbi director james comey may be called to testify despite the lack of direct evidence against clinton. comey slammed her actions as extremely careless and he contradicted clinton's claims that none of the e-mails contain classified information. abc's pierre thomas explains where the case goes from here.
good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, amy. there are a couple more steps before the case is resolved. the career prosecutors at the justice department must also weigh in. but the fbi in these circumstances is usually the most aggressive of the parties involved and we expect the prosecutors will agree with comey the charges are not warranted and attorney general lynch has said she will abide by what comey and the career prosecutors will say to do. it is likely the case is over but now the political fight is a different matter. it is just beginning, amy. >> it certainly is, pierre, thanks so much. donald trump saying the fbi investigation is proof that the system is rigged. he is accusing hillary clinton of bribing loretta lynch. protests growing louder in baton rouge after police killed a man when he was selling cds. two officers struggled with 37-year-old alton sterling. the camera then turns away. but you can hear shots fired.
a witness says sterling had a gun but did not reach for it. olympian oscar pistorius is going back to prison sentenced this morning to six years in prison for manslaughter in the death of his girlfriend reeva steenkamp. prosecutors wanted 15 years but the judge said pistorius had shown remorse. there is an important consumer alert. a major recall involving 500,000 hoverboards. safety officials are warning the lithium battery packs in the scooters can overheat, catch fire or explode. the recall includes ten companies but more than half of the hoverboards in question were made by swagway. the head of the consumer products safety commission spoke exclusively to abc news. >> it is a huge recall and as soon as it came on the market presented a fire hazard and continues to. >> officials say the fall hazard could lead to an even bigger recall. get ready to pay more for
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>> very hurtful for us. >> thank you, amy. right here. >> thank you. >> pop in with some "pop news." >> i do ask and you shall receive on this "pop news" hump day. dwayne johnson and kevin hart who know how to make a lasting impression and sat down with an interview to promote "central intelligence" and kevin hart did a spot-on impression of the rock. check it out. >> let's say we got to wait, right? you got to pick it up nine times out of ten you can't do a set with it. >> early he was given the people's eyebrow too. kevin hart doing a fantastic job of the rock. "central intelligence" is going to open in theaters, in theaters right now in they are so good together. i think they could host the oscars together. that would be a good call. get that petition going. all right. we move on to some music news. billy joel joined by kenny
chesney in a surprise performance of the song "you may be right" last weekend in pittsburgh. check it out. ♪ you may be right ♪ i may be crazy ♪ but it may -- >> friday night kenny chesney crashed billy joel's party so it was the night before chesney's own sold out city and bowled over to catch the end of joel's 140-minute marathon set joining in for the night's 26th song called "he may be right he may be crazy" and the audience never wanted him to stop. does that sound like a long set? if you hear 140 minutes? billy joel still getting it in. >> i have seen him in the garden and he never disappoints. >> the energy to go 140 straight minutes and 26 songs by billy joel. >> we can't even do this show. >> kenny chesney is here on friday. >> yes, he is. cannot wait for that.
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proud of how they look and the response has been overwhelming. we're so happy to have you with us. >> i'm so happy to be here. >> we're all parents of young girls. and i know that is the reason why you wanted to do this. >> that's absolutely it. i'm a champion eavesdropper so i'm listening to my little 8-year-old talk with her little friends saying i don't want to wear a tankini at 8. i don't want to show my tummy. it broke my heart. at 8 all you want to think about going down the waterslide. have fun, exactly. and i'm like, what can i do? and i'm thinking, you know, okay, where is she getting this and it's from what she sees so i'm like i can take a picture and put it up and say this is a normal healthy body. there is lots of normal healthy bodies out there even if you're not seeing them when you shop in catalogs so here we go and i've been so amazed and touched at
how many women were you know what i'm not spending my sum otheren the sidelines in the water with my kid. >> you expect this overwhelming response? >> so many women won't put on a swimsuit so let alone put it on, take a picture, put it on somebody's facebook page, i was expecting it would be me and my mom maybe and we did that. but i mean just, you know, i think it resonated with a lot of women, with a lot of moms because it's like we want our daughters to at least, you know, with me my joke is i wanted to at least get my 8-year-old into double digits until they started obsessing. >> my body doesn't look like that body an feel so shamed by it but you say by sharing these photos and by girls and women seeing other women's real bodies, there's science behind what it does to all of our perception. >> you can reset your perception of normal. it's like when you're -- i know this to be true. when i'm shopping online and it's like size 2 person size 2
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back now with the new sports bra technology revolutionizing comfort and fit for your workout and becky worley has the science behind it. >> back paper, aching shoulders, chafed skip, sore breasts. 40 years ago the jog bra came on the scene. now new technology using bio mechanics to beat the bounce with fashionable flair. >> looking at the vertical motion, side to side and in and out motion. >> at the brooks running lab in seattle bio mechanicists are using this. we start jordan in a strappy bra i purchased. not a brooks bra. >> if feel a little disconnected. >> stacy connects data and they're using markers on her shoulders and hips as a baseline and excess movement she's experiencing is then quantified. when jordan changes into an engineered bra the movement goes
way down. >> the bounce is very minimal compared to her baseline. >> reporter: when running breasts move in a figure eight so she's using fabric that isolates it in specific movements not just pressing everything closer to the chest and where images and data come in. >> we want to make it stop happening all around. >> reporter: limit motion and pain without how to say this smashing your girls. >> i feel supported. i feel like it's the bra i could take to yoga class and running. >> reporter: crunching the motion captured it reduces vertical motion by 66% and that can make a big difference. just ask another brooks tester robin. avid runner and 34f. >> if you are wearing a bra not supporting you, what does it feel like during or after the run? >> it hurts. >> reporter: as for of us get active bra companies are taking note. this zip up. nike has running bras up to 40e and title ix has a slew of
models including one they call the last resort bra. as for that old jog bra you know the one, this bra that i brought with me is quite possibly 15 years old. i still wear this. >> we get this a lot. >> experts say your bra should be replaced annually. >> the sports bra you purchased a year ago may not be fitting the same way as it once was. >> and i'm with becky. you know you have those old sports bras. we could talk about the science. just tell us in the dressing room some tips so we know we're getting the right fit. >> number one, look in the mirror. it should not look like this. it's two separate pieces. you can lift and separate. we have the technology. see that. >> okay, so separate cups. >> because a lot of them, it is just like that. >> number two, strappy bras are really in, right? but the straps should never hurt your shoulders. when you try on a jog bra you want to treat the it like trying
on a pair of shoes and jump around and run around the store. if you get red marks no go. 80% of the support comes from the strap. so when you try it on and want a lot of support you shouldn't have more than three fingers under there. >> three fingers. these are good tips. any more? >> i am taking care of you. you are going to get a great jog bra the next time you shop. >> we won't talk about the other thing she was talking about in the direction that they kind of -- >> always learning. thank you. i want to say good morning to grace from marion i wham she made the coolest sign. i gave up disney world to see ginger zee. this is a lot of pressure grace. is it. >> kind of. >> i got to sing. i'll sing some princess songs. that's the big picture with the heat. let's get a can check a little closer to home. >> it is going to be a hot one today. you saw that heat index in the uner 90's. nothing showing on radar. as we look outside we have men
see of sunshine. the sun is hot and it will aid the humidity in how uncomfortable it's going to feel. moving from 80 degrees in philadelphia to a high of 94, hot and sticky today. and 95 the next two days after that. and excessive heat warnings in effect from the national weather service until friday night at 6 o'clock. it could be some friday night thunderstorms, too. us. want some pizza.
>> ♪ >> good morning, i'm matt o'donnell. 8:27 on this wednesday, july 6th. karen is out of. matt pelman has a septa update. matt. >> i just saw on twitter septa apocalypse is trending. as the septa apocalypse continues more delays across-the-board also overcrowding on some select airport lansdale doylestown and manayunk trains. those trains are expressing meaning they're not making all the stops as you head towards center city. the problems continue morning once again if you can use trolleys or subways those would be better bets but i know that's not possible for all of you. some of are you pulling the car out of the garage going for a ride. sloremains sluggish out towards fort washington.
traveling on the ben franklin bridge this morning you have plenty of company. jammed from the tolls on into eighth and vine. matt. >> thank you, matt. let's prepare for extreme heat today with meteorologist, david murphy. >> already pretty warm and toasty and a bit muggy on the terrace, matt. take a look. 80 degrees under building sunshine. in the city 76 in allentown almost 8 80 cape may. 94 degrees is your high. hot and sticky and excessive heat warning begins at 11 o'clock this morning and doesn't end until friday evening at 6 o'clock. that's because the next three days are going to be very similar. highs in the mid 90's. heat index making it feel like it's about one lunn degrees. could be a thunderstorm thursday, a better chance that of friday night but that will be from a cold front that comes through and makes things a little more comfortable on saturday. saturday spotty thunderstorms around here or there but a high of just 86 degrees and the humidity probably won't be as intense. sunday is also looking good. matt, cool drinks the right kind of clothing and all those other heat safety tips in play. >> thanks, david. stay informed with any developments on septa's
♪ welcome back to "gma" and you can see our kid toy testers are having a blast in our "gma" playroom set up outside in times square and breaking down the best toys. we'll have all that coming up. before we get to that we have identical sisters leah and sarah, not only do they share the same birthday they gave birth on the same day at the sack same time and they're joining us now from denver, colorado, and la jolla, california. hello, ladies and gentlemen. how are you two or four? >> good morning. >> doing all right? well, congratulations on babies, reid joseph and samantha lynne. i heard you planned on not having babies on the same day. is that true. >> it's true. >> true story. >> no planking involved. >> also you talked about having
twintuition. one kid and the other one feels it. leah, i heard you knew your sister was pegida before she told you. how did you know that? >> i did. i don't know. i just had this funny feeling. it's true, thanksgiving sarah and nick visited and when she got to my front door i just knew she was pregnant. >> and, sarah, when she said, did you tell -- did you confront her and say i know you're pregnant or, sarah, did you get a chance to say it before she told you she knew? >> no, she told me first, in fact, she handed me a gift, maybe 30 minutes upon arrival to her place and once she extended her hand with a gift in it i knew that something was up. and ultimately she revealed that we were going to be an aunt and uncle which was really exciting but i allowed her just to have her moment actually and jumped up and down and screamed and it was really, really exciting for
her and her husband kyle in then i'm sure when you jumped up and down and screamed when you told leah you were pregnant she better have done the same. >> oh, of course, she did. of course -- >> of course, i did. >> but eventually that was the same reaction. >> now, leah, you're the big sister by 11 minutes and what went through your mind? what were your emotions when you found out your sister gave birth at the exact same time that you gave birth? >> crazy. but then again, you know, kind of expected because this twin thing just happens and so i wasn't necessarily surprised. ironically i woke up to my water breaking at 5:30 in the morning and later i put it together that she had sent me a text saying she was up since 4:30 in the morning which would have been the exact same time in colorado as it was in california. so ironically i think we had some similar, you know, things
happening at the same time in our bodies which is just wild. >> i tell you what, what are the plans to get the babies together? are they going to get together soon? >> oh, we absolutely want to get them together. >> christmas. >> but we're -- >> i got to say this. >> we're hoping to arrange a meeting sooner. >> hopefully that is soon enary got to say congratulations nick and kyle sitting next to you and congratulation, daddies and hopefully you guys are ready to split that diaper duty and we want everybody here at "gma" are so happy for both you. as a father of twins i can only hope to be so lucky to have two like you. congratulations and enjoy those babies. >> thank you. >> now we are going to go to george. >> yeah, right behind you. we've got summer savings and amazon prime day coming up july 12th and becky worley here to talk about this again and explain what that prime day is. >> prime day is a sale only for amazon prime members. these are the folks that pay $9 a year and get free two-day shipping and get access to some of that streaming media.
this is their day to get 100,000 different items on amazon marked down. my sources telling me every item on the sale is the lowest price it's ever been on amazon or the lowest in at least the last 12 months. >> on the 12th but a rolling sale and already seeing some savings. >> that's right. themed. so today it's summer is the big theme that we've got here, entertaining. they've got some budget, 60% off from sun sally tech and they've got dinnerware sets, 25%. a fancy blender and this, the big easy true infrared oilless turkey fryer bundle with two leg raquets and a kebab set 35% off. >> there it is right there. >> a lot right there. and so give people an idea what kind of strategy they should follow if they want to be part of this in first thing you have to be a prime member but good news sign up for a free 30-day trial and remember to cancel it at the end of the month. you can take advantage, number one, number two these aren't all day sales. these are flash sales that come
and go. amazon -- >> how does that work. >> they want to you check in every 30 or 40 minutes to see what's new. well, who has time for that? so get the amazon app is the best advice i can give. you can go through and search all the deals and pick the ones you want to watch and then it'll alert you when that deal goes live. you have -- >> only on the app. >> only on the app and can do some with their wish lists online but easiest on your phone. >> i know they tried it before and complaints or questions because it seemed like on prime day there were sales, yes, but they were on oddball items. >> not like cyber monday or black friday where it's gifts that are u quick to usually loved items. what they're trying to do is move you as a chess piece around their seat and want prime members to see different things. if you normally buy gadgets they want to you look at fashion. what you have to know it's not going to be exactly what you might see on cyber monday. one last tip, all the competitors will be price
matching so check your walmart and your best buy, they are feeling competitive pressure to compete with this made up sale day in the middle of summer amazon is creating. [cheers and applause] >> george, i love this. now they can see. now we know. this is libby his sister. they're if rochester michigan. we're having too much fun. we should check in on the severe storm report. 228 in the last 24 hours, that's the hail minnesota. look where the threat is for damaging wind primarily and hail but of course you could see tornadoes develop special western south dakota and western nebraska. that's a look from west to east. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> all right, ginger nothing showing on storm tracker but it's warm and humid and getting hot later on. your seven-day from accuweather shows a high of 94 today. hot and sticky. and there's an excessive heat warning in effect starting at 11 o'clock this morning and not ending until 6 o'clock friday evening. angie's list.
>> now to oprah's megahit about a memphis megachurch called "greenleaf" on the oprah winfrey network. jesse recently sat down with merle dandridge and plays grace greenleaf and opened up about working with oprah, right, jesse >> that's right, merle dandridge has been a star on broadway, tv even in video games and she told me she jumped at the chance to work with the one and only oprah. take a look. >> you're going to dell them god has a plan for that boy, for the family that his eye is on them. >> which is true. >> daddy, don't give them hope. >> why? >> because it hurts. >> ooh. and we're so lucky to have merle. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> this show looks like it's going to be so good. how did you get involved with this project? >> got a call and got the pages
for an audition and i went in, i just met the casting director and i just felt like i really got this girl. then i just dropped the mining and i forgot about it. it was like, all right, bye. >> and i know, of course, oprah winfrey is an executive producer on the show so had you ever met her and did you know her before you signed up to do it. >> not rat all. a week after i was working on a different show and checked my e-mail between shots and e-mail said oprah would like to meet you at 6 p.m. today and i dropped the phone. >> dropping mikes. dropping phones. on the show "greenleaf" not only executive producing it but playing a recurring role. what is it like working with her. >> it's easy to get caught up with oprah is across the table from me but she is a wonderful scene partner. >> complex and difficult subject party and oprah winfrey said she thinks the show is respectful of the church even despite all this. is there any concern you think viewers at home will misinterpret anything when they
watch "greenleaf." >> this show is going to start a lot of conversation -- meaningful conversation in which i think people are not going to feel argumentative but start understanding how other people -- where other people are coming from and that's the kind of healing and that's the kind of conversation we really need in our culture right now. >> you could watch "greenleaf." it will air on wednesdays on the oprah winfrey network. >> thanks. >> merle also said she drew on her experience from her own local church for the role which is also based in memphis just like the show. robin. >> hear good thing, jesse, hear good things. coming up the science behind play time. how playing with low-tech toys could help your children. come on back.
back now with the science of playtime. low-tech toys can have a huge impact on how kids develop and spark their imagination and creativity and one couple, massive empire with toys and games and "nightline" anchor juju chang sat down with them. >> my kids seem suction cup to screens. especially during the summer. so we often fantasize about old-fashioned ideas of letting kids just be bored and that's
the genius of melissa and doug. simple puzzles and crafts and costumes help them explore the endless possibilities of their imaginations. doug, i'll make you a cucumber sandwich. >> i would love that. >> they're like the ben and j i jiri's of toys. they built a $350 million conglomerate using creativity and lots of hard work but they've never paid for a single ad. they certainly never invited tv cameras into their home until now. i feel like i'm parked inside melissa's imagination right here. what makes a good melissa and doug toy. >> we've taken and old-fashioned category but we inject real excitement and pizazz into them. >> what's fascinating your toys kind of slow down childhood. >>s that sea exactly what we want it to do. >> reporter: after 28 years and over 5,000 products, they're now in the same league as toy titans mattel and lego but it all started as a humble operation. >> for about two years we ate
ramen. >> chicken hot dogs and ramen noodles. >> glorious day to play and have come a long way since the rame. n days and now have a basketball court and bowling alley all built for fun. matching the american academy of pediatric recommendations that parents limit screen time for young kids. their toys often tested out by their own six kids. >> tell me why imaginary play is so important for kids. >> that is the essence of childhood. and i mean through imaginary play you discover who you are. you explore. you create, you try things and fail and it's okay because it's just imaginary, right jo so you learn to take risks and discover in that who you really are. >> and all of this springs from their imagination. they are exactly as they appear but let me show you some of their most popular toys. this is under the role play
category, right. you have to be an adult. go ahead and cut that. short of giving your kids a sharp knife. >> there's resistance. >> it has a cool sound. very satisfying. >> it is. and role play complex but very real role in kids' development. this was their kickoff launch. very simple wooden puzzles and they took an old stodgy category and added pizazz to it as melissa said and so feel these. this has a kind of touch and feel zoo and texture to it. simple enough. are you having fun with these? >> we haven't heard a peep out of them in totally quiet. and melissa and doug have six children and talk about how they often let them test toys and play with them but these stuffed animals are a classic example. adults look at the body an fur. kids look into the eyes of these toys and they said mom, this one looks grumpy or happy and redesi redesign their stuffed animals. >> this is having a staring
contest. >> i remember my kids playing with these because i thought, wow, these remind me of my childhood and that's the idea. no taggic. >> the whole idea during summertime when the kids want to do what's easy, something that blinks and has laser light shows but instead if you let them sit down with a wooden puzzle and just play that does so much to foster development. >> i want to thank you so much. sometimes simple is better, everybody. and all that coming up, who is hungry? everybody hungry out here ask we have the executive chef of michael jordan's steak house here with crab cakes, pork and a little bit more. stay right there. we'll be back with a little more "gma."
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restaurant is. had one of the best meals i've had in a very long time. i said you got to come on "gma" and cook for us. >> great toen here. happy to be here in new york city, "gma." what could be better. >> what are you going to make. >> our signature crab cake and add the mayonnaise. it's important when you make a crab cake you want to do all your ingredients first. so we're going to add old bay, we'll add a little kyin pepper, some dijon mustard. and when you mix it first, crab cakes you want to make sure you have a nice solid crab cake. you don't want it broken apart. you can see we have our colossal crabmeat. i mean, huge. >> wow! >> they already know. >> size does matter in crab cakes. >> it does. >> i see how you put all the ingredients in separately like that. >> what happens is as you mix it up keep it like nice and soft. >> real gentle.
>> we're not going to michael strahan crab cakes. >> he said we're not going to michael strahan -- >> i'm down here eating. i didn't hear that but it wasn't good. >> they're eating all that. >> i know that cake you brought from last time. >> when you're done making them what you're going to do have these wonderful ring molds. you get the height and pack it and when you cook it it helps cook the inside. we put it in the pan co-bread crumbs. >> nice, wonderful. >> what you do is add crabmeat into it and pack it in and when you're done it looks like this. >> should you put it in the refrigerator at all. >> absolutely. what you do is let it sit for six hours and the bread crumbs absorb the mayonnaise and crabmeat and -- george is already -- >> i know. i know. >> getting work here? did i do it wrong? should i have turned itside down. >> we'll put the butter in the
pan. >> yeah. >> we'll let it get hot. >> then put that right on top. >> oh, that's easy. >> that's it? s that a the end result. >> six minutes on each side and flip it over and george beat us to the punch. >> let me ask you does michael jordan really come to these strauptdzs. >> of course, he does. of course, he does. he's awesome? has the three locations. ate dinner last night i think in grand central station. he loves a delmonico. it's aged for 45 days. and he just -- it's a great thing to have. the food lives up to it. we have our pork chop here in the other signature dish. >> yeah. >> so we have -- this is great timing. >> what about the pork. >> there the pork is actually a smaller portion. i think it's strahan's lump. we have the karubuta pork chop with the beach poblano butter
and hickory syrup around the outside and the hickey syrup is wonderful. takes it and reduce it with sugar. >> what about the side you have there. >> smoked barley. >> that looks good. >> instead of adding bacon, instead of adding all these other things we smoked the barley before we make the pilaf to give it a smoky flavor. completely vegetarian. new way of doing a grain and famous cake. >> i love that cake. >> then we have -- >> how many layers. >> that's 23 layers. >> and it's worth all 23 for michael jordan. 23. 23. >> he wore 25 for a little while. >> you got to have a double layer. >> they call him chef knockout and it's not because his meals are a knockout. >> i do boxing on the side so i -- obviously with all this food you got to lose weight. i started working out and have great trainers and train three
with the latest information. >> rough day once again for everybody involved in this center at septa situation. big delays, overcrowded trains, trains bypassing stops because they're just too full to pick up more passengers. if you ride the regional rails hopefully you're starting to figure out how much extra time you need to allow because extra time is definitely the name of the game. same on the pennsylvania turnpike this morning. traveling westbound jammed solid from bensalem willow grove. a crash on the left side of the road and for the midday we've got a phils game at 1:05 with construction scheduled on 95 southbound by penn's landing and northbound at the girard point bridge. expect delays headed towards that game. matt. >> thank you, matt. it's going to be really hot and humid today. here's meteorologist, david murphy. >> already feeling pretty uncomfortable here, matt. coming up on 9 o'clock we've reached 84 degrees in philadelphia, the humidity definitely noticeable. this afternoon sun mixing with clouds. it's going to be hot and
sticky, a high of 94. heat index in the upper 90's. next couple days more of the same. highs of 95 on thursday and friday. it will feel like it's around 100 both days. could be a thunderstorm thursday. the thunderstorms on friday afternoon and evening could be strong but the good news that's from a cold front that's going to knock the temperature and humidity down for the weekend. >> hillary clinton will deliver an address in front of boardwalk hall today. the presumptive democratic nominee expected to take aim at rival donald trump. it's among the stories we'll have for you on "action news at noon. live with kelly is next here on 6abc. 50-cent and julia stiles will be on the show. i'm matt o'donnell. have a great wednesday. >> ♪
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