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good morning, america. air scare. the on-board emergency. a catastrophic engine failure at 30,000 feet. >> engine failure. lost number one engine. we're descending. >> this shocking sight out the airplane window. the cabin losing pressure. terrified passengers grabbing for air masks. >> children were screaming and crying. >> what went wrong? could it happen again? a shooting investigation this morning. three people questioned overnight in the shooting death of superstar dwyane wade's cousin. she was caught in the cross-fire. >> we do have a gang and gun issue in chicago. but we're doing our -- our very best to fight this. >> this morning, the new calls to stop the violence. immigration and e-mail. donald trump heading to the heartland, sticking to his law
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and order message. >> we'll use immigration law to prevent crimes. >> and the newly released state department e-mails obtained by abc news. do they show clinton foundation allies received preferential treatment from hillary clinton's inner circle when she was secretary of state? and the alphabet aria. ♪ q, r, s, t, u, v >> a toddler belting out the abcs. her intense interpretation is mesmerizing millions. turning her into a social media star overnight. ♪ sing with me good morning, everyone. and let's get right to our top story on this sunday morning. we're talking about the terror at 30,000 feet.
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>> our own aviation expert, who you'll hear from shortly, is stressing that this was no ordinary emergency and could easily have resulted in somebody get lg killed. as you can see from the pictures, part of the engine on this southwest flight blew apart. and shrapnel may have penetrated the cabin itself. >> that flight was filled with families, including young children, heading from new orleans to orlando. the plane made an emergency landing. adrienne bankert is there in washington, d.c. with more. including the stories of the passengers and audio from inside the cockpit. hi, adrienne. >> reporter: hello. good morning. one passenger describing her young children screaming and crying. an explosion, smoke, and the plane violently shaking. this morning, stunning new images of an in-air emergency. >> sounds like an 18-wheeler tire blowing. and you started smelling smoke. >> reporter: this southwest flight from new orleans to orlando suffering a catastrophic
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engine failure midair. >> we're descending. >> reporter: out of the 737's left windows, the 99 passengers on board had a clear view of the mangled engine housing as oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling. >> i could see metal pieces flapping in the wind. >> children were screaming and crying. >> reporter: in the cockpit, the pilots, breathing heavily through their own oxygen masks, are running through an emergency checklist. >> disengaged. affected engine confirmed. we're down to the line. >> it put hot metal into the cabin. therefore losing the cabin pressurization. the masks dropped down. people are having to get on oxygen masks. >> reporter: the malfunction forcing the plane to stop in pensacola. dropping over 20,000 feet in just eight minutes. >> my ears started popping pretty bad. >> they're in an emergency descent. trying to take care of a sick engine. and do this all the while, making sure that the passengers are okay. >> reporter: the boeing 737 landing safely in pensacola, only about 30 minutes after
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takeoff. southwest writing in a statement, initial reports indicate there were no injuries among the 99 passengers and 5 crew members on board. adding it's cooperating with an ntsb investigation. our flight expert, steve ganyard saying that these kinds of incidents are extremely rare. still, it makes you think to pay more attention to the safety briefing when you get on the plane. most of the 99 passengers and 5 crew members, so thankful to those pilots for keeping them alive. paula, back to you. >> pretty extraordinary. i can't imagine looking out the window and seeing that shredded engine. thank you, adrienne. to the other big story this morning. significant developments in the deadly shooting of nba star dwyane wade's cousin. she was gunned down in chicago, the victim of cross-fire, all while pushing her baby in a stroller. police are questioning three people of interest. and eva pilgrim is right there if chicago for us this morning. hi, eva.
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>> reporter: paula, support pouring in for dwyane wade and his family this morning. the murder of his cousin, nykea aldridge, forcing chicago's soorg gun issue into the national spot light. now, wave and others come together this morning says, enough is enough. this morning, call for change as chicago police search for the gunman who killed the cousin of nba sup star dwyane wade. >> we got a female -- shot in the head. >> reporter: 32-year-old nykea aldridge was pushing her newborn baby in a stroller when she was killed, caught by cross-fire. she was returning from registering her kids at school. abc news confirming the police are questioning three people. >> we do have a gang and gun issue in chicago. but we're doing our -- our very best to fight it. >> reporter: murders up a staggering 48% in the windy city, nearly all caused by handguns.
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so far this year, there have been more than 2700 shootings. that's about 11 people shot every single day. >> i think it just brings to home, nobody's safe in this thing. you know, everybody is vulnerable. >> reporter: wade, who recently signed to play with his hometown chicago bulls, is outspoken against gun violence. joining three other nba stars in a moving speech at the espy awards. >> the endless gun violence in places like chicago, dallas, not to mention orlando, it has to stop. >> reporter: just a day before his cousin was killed, he spoke at an espn town hall about the tough fight against violence. >> it's important for all of us to -- to help each other. to go back and say, you know what? where did this start? how did this start? let's see how we can change there. >> reporter: wade tweeting, the city of chicago is hurting. these young kids are screaming
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for help. #enough is enough. family members are watching the children. loved ones have planned a prayer service for the family later today. dan? >> just so incredibly sad. eva, thank you. donald trump is weighing in on the shooting on twitter and on the stump as he continues to try to reach out to minority voters. he was in the key battle ground state of iowa, where he was also talking immigration in the midst of so many questions about his apparently evolving plans for dealing with people who have come to this country illegally. david wright is in des moines. david, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the donald trump that showed up here in des moines was a more disciplined, more policy-orie policy-oriented man than the one we're used to seeing. reading from teleprompters, he clarified his views and expressed passion. >> in recent days, the media, as it usually does, has missed the whole point on immigration. >> reporter: trump now insists his immigration plan is not just a bumper stick, build the wall and throw them out.
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>> we'll use immigration law to prevent crimes and we will not wait until some innocent american has been harmed or killed. >> reporter: he cited the case of sara root, a young iowa woman who was killed by a drunk driver, who was in the country illegally. the driver posted bail, and promptly disappeared. trump invited root's family on stage with him. >> like mr. trump said, they let us down. they had him, they let him go. >> i think he's very positive. >> i like what i'm hearing now. i think we need to get rid of the hoodlums and the drug problems. >> reporter: trump also brought up inner city violence. >> the cousin of nba star dwyane wade, great guy, dwyane wade, was the victim of a tragic shooting. >> reporter: expressing compassion after that shooting in chicago. >> this shouldn't happen in our country. this shouldn't happen in america.
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>> reporter: but initially in his first tweet on the incident, instead of expressing condolences, trump made a political plea. just what i've been saying. african-americans will vote trump. that first tweet brought a firestorm of reaction. only four hours after he sent it did donald trump finally tweet out his sympathies. paula? >> a firestorm indeed. david, thank you. speaking of donald trump, he had his first national security briefing 11 days ago. hillary clinton had hers yesterday at an fbi facility near her home in new york. this morning, clinton cannot avoid renewed criticism and questions about whether clinton foundation donors received preferential treatment while she was in the state department. this is a storyline not going away for her. >> reporter: that's right. these e-mails provide
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information about direct ties between hillary clinton and the clinton foundation. critics say those ties were too close. this morning, hillary clinton facing new questions about whether top donors to the clinton foundation received special treatment while she was secretary of state. abc news has exclusively obtained these e-mails between clinton foundation head doug band and clinton's inner circle. in one exchange, the foundation official suggests guests for a state lunch with the chinese president. on the list? executives from three groups that donated millions to the foundation. later, the official requested that one of the guests be seated at vice president biden's table. clinton top aide huma abedin replying, i'll ask. in another exchange, she's asked to relay a message to the ambassador of malta. she forwards it along and writes, just want to pass along
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for info. no need for action. donald trump has seized on the close ties. >> it's hard to tell where the clinton foundation ends and where the state department begins. >> reporter: the state department denies foundation donors got any special favors. >> my work as secretary of state was not influenced by any outside forces. >> reporter: the clinton foundation says the e-mails were not guilty related to its works. when asked about the official guest lists, both the state department and the clinton campaign say they believe it's not inappropriate for outside groups, such as the foundation, to offer suggestions. >> and that gets to the issue we want to discuss with martha raddatz. thank you, devin. as we said, for more on all this, we're going bring in our chief foreign affairs correspondent martha raddatz. you covered the state department for years. how unusual is it really to have this kind of coordination between the clinton foundation and secretary clinton's government staff? >> it's not uncommon that
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people inside and outside the government are in touch and asking for favors. but these e-mails are between clinton foundation staff and secretary clinton's senior staff on behalf of the major donors. gnat's the real issue here. were they getting favors from the state department because of their donations to the foundation? there's been nothing proven. but lots of questions about the appearance of a conflict. >> martha, it's only august. do you think this conservative group, citizens united, that's releasing the e-mail, do you think they may have a bigger bomb to drop come october? >> what we do know is that clinton and her lawyers say she turned over all work-related e-mails to the state a department from her private server. yet the fbi found nearly 15,000 more during their investigation. those 15,000-plus e-mails on the server from clinton staffers will continue to drip out until election day. and, maybe even after that. >> so this issue and perhaps more not going away anytime soon. martha raddatz, appreciate your guidance on a sunday morning.
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we should say martha will have much more on the presidential campaign coming up later this morning on "this week," right here on abc. donald trump transition team chair governor chris christie will talk to martha about the candidate's shifting immigration policy. plus, dnc chair donna brazile talks to martha about the state of hillary clinton's campaign including the the ongoing controversy. martha, thank you. >> great lineup as usual. we look forward to it. it's the rare occasion when sports and politics collide. and an nfl quarterback has certainly ignited a firestorm. we're talking about colin kaepernick, the san francisco 49ers quarterback, and he's been refusing to stand for the national anthem in protest before all three preseason games. ron is here with his activism. reaction is swift from every side. >> kaepernick, who, just three years ago led the san francisco 49ers to the super bowl is well known for speaking out on social issues. but what he's doing now as a
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protest over police killings of african-americans is drawing a huge reaction. condemnation from many. support from others. this morning, the spotlight on football star colin kaepernick. for taking a stand by refusing to stand. the san francisco 49ers quarterback remaining seated during the playing of the national anthem at three preseason games. a protest he says over police brutality against african-americans. kaepernick saying in an interview, i'm not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. adding, to me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. some supporting him. others outraged. >> i don't think it helps the cause any. >> it's not hurting anybody. >> reporter: online, fellow athletes divided. tiki barber saying he disagrees with kaepernick's actions but defending him for using his platform and brand to make a quom peling and polarizing point. ending with the hashtag, i don't agree.
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other former and current players criticizing kaepernick. one of them urging him to find another way. >> you have to stand up there with your team. and understand that it's this game. what's going on around the country is bigger than you. >> reporter: the outspoken quarterback, who is biracial, often takes to social media. to voice his opinions. in a written staple, statement the nfl said players are encouraged, but not required, to stand during the playing of the national anthem. 20 years ago, an nba player was suspended for refusing to stand for the star spangled banner. kaepernick will not face discipline by the league or the 49ers. he says if this is the end of his career or the end of his endorsements, it's worth it because he says he did the right thing even if a lot of americans disagree, and many will disagree, for sure. >> many are disagrees. but at least he's going out on his own principle and accepting the consequences. if they do indeed happen. >> exactly. >> thank you, ron.
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let's check the weather. rob, what's cooking? >> video out of north dakota. hillsboro, a tornado. doing damage to a farm there. nobody injured. rough weather through no a bit of the time. there's some of that damage from yesterday. let's go to the tropics. we're starting to heat things up, getting into primetime hurricane season. between now, really, until the middle of september is when things get active. a disturbance off the coast of bermuda. we have gaston. this is the wave we've been watching now for a week. it's not developed into anything yet. just off the coast of cuba. all indications from most of the commuter models bring it into the gulf of mexico. what it does after that, we'll have to wait and see. northeast gulf the greatest chances. it has to develop into something first. once it gets into the gulf, it will start to get into warmer water temperatures and lower wind shear. the winds will be quiet. at the upper levels of the atmosphere. that will give the thunderstorms time to gr rain in the southern parts of
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florida and rain across the i-10 quarter. very warm, endless summer across the eastern half of the did cou. >> reporter: boy you got that right, the endless summer continues. good morning, meteorologist chris sowers here with the accuweather forecast. radar is clear, skies are clear, as well as we look at the philadelphia international airport. the humidity is up a notch from where we were this time yesterday be it will come down later, but it will crank tonight and tomorrow. 90 today, feeling like 90. 92 tomorrow feeling like 896. >>. leave that out. >> i love the look on ron's
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face. he's like, you know, it's not my fault. they do call me that. >> would you rather be the international delight or international man of mystery? >> international delight, sounds like a coffee creamer. >> the man can be both. >> love the orange, by the way. >> you actually don't. you're mocking me. >> all right. i'm just kidding. we begin with breaking news overnight from new orleans, where a small airplane carrying three people crashed into a lake near the city's airport. a private boat rescued a female passenger who was taken to the hospital. the coast guard and new orleans police divers are still searching for the two people missing. from that flight. in scotland, police have arrested two united airlines pilots at glasgow airport. as they were getting ready to board a flight to pilot that flight when they were accused of being underthe influence. the pilots have been removed from service and from their flying duties. new details this morning about the suspect in the stabbing deaths of two nuns a small community in mississippi. 46-year-old rodney sanders has confessed that he killed sister margaret held and sister paula
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merrill in their home on thursday. he has a criminal past spanning three decades. he was released from prison last december. police not revealing yet a motive for that crime. u.s. border patrol agents in california hit the jackpot when they stopped two men they say were driving to mexico. take a look at what they found. money. lots of money. more than $3 million in cash. one of the largest cash seizures that that agency has ever made. most of that money was stashed in boxes in the trunk of a volkswagen passat. the two men, one american and the other a mexican citizen, were arrested under suspicion of currency smuggling. in texas, an airport shuttle bus crashed and was mangled. crashing into the welcome to houston sign at the bush e international airport. it veered off the road after it was struck by a car. the driver was injured. no passengers were on the bus at the time. the sign sustained extensive damage, as you see.
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and finally, we know which teams are going head to head in the 70th little league championship. u.s. bracket winner indwell, new york, will go up against east seoul, south korea. this pitcher struck out 11 batters. you can watch the championship match here on abc at 3:00 eastern time. noon pacific. 5:00 a.m. tomorrow in guam. if you're watching. there are people watching in guam. >> i can't believe how good the kids look. they look like professionals. >> they've gotten better over the years. >> better than i was, for sure. >> we know that. >> did you play little league? on the topic of young talent. 2-year-old violet from shreveport, louisiana, is becoming a social media star for her intense performance of the alphabet song.
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♪ q, r, s, t, >> it does look like sara. >> i have the drama and the intensity but not the talent. this girl sounds good, as well. her mom says she sings every song with that same intensity. and that has been viewed over 2 million times. >> coming up next, "wheels on the bus." >> yeah, i want to hear it. >> absolutely. so do i. >> it will make you cry, dan. >> i know. i'm already a little weepy. still to come, it was the case made famous by the netflix series, "making a murderer." steven avery's attorney says new forensic testing could set him free. it's an abc news exclusive.
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it is 8:27, this sunday morning, i'm alicia vitarelli. we are going to start with a check of the forecast from meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: all right, good morning to you, alicia. it is another hot one out there with temperatures climbing intoolts 90s for the -- into the 90s for the 38th time this year. the humidity is comfortable, it
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will feel like 91. that changes tomorrow. the 92 will feel like 95, 96. all the heat and humidity come to an end with cold front, thursday, friday, saturday, highs in the 80s and low humidity and sunshine. >> we're following the top news stories for you, we're back in a half-hour, i'm alicia vitarelli. stay tuned for more "good morning america" coming up right after this.
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and welcome back to "gma" on this sunday morning. and happening right now, midair emergency. a plane's engine rips apart 30,000 feet in the sky. as the 99 passengers, many small children, on board watch it happen. oxygen masks deploy. the pilot goes into emergency mode. that southwest jet landing safely in pensacola, only about 30 minutes after taking off. >> they said those pilots were heroic. also right now, indefinite leave. u.s. women's soccer player hope solo will not play with her team, the seattle rain. the goaltender taking a leave of absence just days after being suspended by the u.s. national team for calling the swedish players cowards after team usa's olympic loss. and it's back to a more normal life on earth for six researchers who have spent the last year inside an isolation dome. simulating life on mars.
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the scientists have been living in an area with no vegetation and using spacesuits to go outside. one of the first things they want when they come out? we hear fresh fruits and a dip in the ocean. >> is that what you would crave? >> if it was paula, it would be a bacon cheeseburger. cupcakes. >> and french fries with mayonnaise and ketchup. picture of health. i meant fresh fruit and fresh vegetables, right? >> the kids aren't watching. the video music awards are happening tonight. the vmas. britney spears will make her long-awaited return. we have a preview of the show coming up. with the one and only sara haines. who will be covering the vmas for us. >> one of the most unpredictable nights of music. >> it is, it is. >> sara being there, a wild card. >> i'm the unpredictable part. so get ready. >> it's either sara haines on kanye. you pick. >> sara. but first here, the new developments involving steve aif i have. his case was profiled in "making a murderer." >> his lawyer has filed a motion. saying investigators framed him.
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and she is trying to prove it with sophisticated forensic procedures. marci gonzalez joins us with an exclusive interview. marci, steven aif i have's legal team trying to make him a free man. >> reporter: that's right, paula and dan. the defense has long maintained that afry was framed. now, they think new science may be able to prove it. this morning, steven avery's attorney talking only to abc news, talking about the new action that could set the star of the series "making a murderer" free. >> we the jury find the defendant, steven a. avery guilty of first degree intentional homicide. >> we'll be able to take the mystery out of this case. >> reporter: kathleen zellner filing a motion on friday. requesting extensive dna testing she believes will exonerate avery in the 2005 murder of teresa hallbach. >> no one who is guilty would ever allow this to happen. >> reporter: the defense asking for carbon testing to be done on blood found in hallbach's
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vehicle. >> this new test has the ability to tell us how old the blood is. so if the blood is from 1996, it was planted. if it's from 2005 it wasn't. >> reporter: zellner counting on the same kind of legal second chance that avery's nephew, brendan dassey, was given earlier this month when his conviction was overturned. >> be honest, you went inside, didn't you? >> yeah. >> into the trailer? >> uh huh. >> reporter: this taped confession thrown out. >> if it had been upheld, his confession, though not admitted in mr. avery's case, would still have been hanging over our case. >> reporter: prosecutors stand behind their case against avery. >> common sense all point to one person. >> reporter: this morning, they're not commenting on the defense's latest claims and court motion. if the court approve this is
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additional testing, avery's attorney said he would pay for it. it would take about three months for all of this. netflix says a second season of "making a murderer" is in the works. >> zellner has exonerated other people in the past. she has quite a history. thank you very much. we appreciate it. this is a picture of sweden a place i've been to near the arctic circle, this is the aurora, it's like electro magnetic angels dancing in the sky. pretty picture, snit. it's a spiritual experience. we'll crank the winds up again across the northwest with another front that comes in monday and tuesday. temperature above average especially in seattle. let's talk tropics, hurricane
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gaston, 90-mile an hour winds. it's a good one balls it's not going to -- because it's not going to hit anyone. another storm coming off the african coastline. this has a 50/50 chance of becoming something more interesting than others as we head toward the end of the week. what could be hurricane madeline making a run at hawaii, wednesday or thursday, that's the national forecast, here's the local forecast. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. the radars are clear and the skies are clear. another nice day around the delaware and lehigh valleys. 90 today, slightly more humid, 892 tomorrow. electromagnetic angels in the sky. >> you heard that one? he's pumped up. >> it's the best way to describe
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it. >> you've been there. >> sometimes i wax and wane over that stuff. it's a beautiful sight. if you have ever seen the northern lights, it's a way to describe it. it was amazing. >> sara and i feel like we're surrounded by angels every day. >> i agree. dan, you're the best one. >> why is he the best one? >> no, i think these guys are the best. >> thank you, paula. >> i think that might have been sarcasm. >> good. >> she does it with a smile. >> let me get sara out of this little pickle. coming up on "gma," your look ahead to tonight's vmas. rihanna's plans to set the the stage for the big night. the awards up for grabs. and the unusual inspiration sarah jessica parker used to create her new unisex fragrance. what does it smell like? >> that's a tease, paula. i can't tell you. it's yummy, though. >> you gave it away. yummy, though. >> you gave it away. come on...you can do it! dogs just won't quit. neither does frontline. introducing new frontline gold. with its new easy applicator frontline gold delivers powerful protection that doesn't quit for a full 30 days.
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♪ baby, don't you wanna the video music awards, the vmas, with iconic performances. using a snake at a performing partner. >> was that a real snake? >> yes. >> that's frightening. she's back for the first time in ten years. not sure if the snake is coming back. >> she can't bring the snake back. you can't top that performance. we know who is opening the show as well as some of the other stars performing. if there's one thing certain
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about the vmas, it's to expect the unexpected. ♪ baby i'm going down >> reporter: from miley's unforgettable performance with robin thick, to stage-storming kanye. >> i'm going to let you finish. but beyonce had one of the best videos of all time. >> reporter: it's the awards show where anything goes. >> miley, what's good? >> reporter: and this year's vmas are shaping up to be one of the most unpredictable yet. >> there are rumors that the stage may be blessed with beyonce. >> reporter: as music's biggest names face off for statues and their share of spotlight. >> this year at the vmas, there's no one host. you're seeing a lot of different musicians and artists and even actors. >> reporter: so who is in the running to steal the show? the always provocative rihanna. ♪ baby, this is what you came for ♪ >> reporter: accepting the video vanguard award. and kicking things off with a medley of hits. and you can never count out yeezy. >> it don't matter though.
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cause it ain't about me. it's about ideas, bro. >> reporter: one year after his epic 11-minute monologue, he's reportedly being given four minutes to do, well, anything he wants. for many viewers, all eyes are on britney. >> everyone is expecting britney to bring her "a" game, mostly because she's been doing that night in and night out with her vegas show. >> reporter: can her return to the stage after nine years cap off the ultimate pop comeback? of course, between all the moments in the making, there are awards to be won. and an "a" list diva duel in the making. as adele looks to say hello to a moonman or two. while beyonce aims to make lemonade out of her career best 11 nominations. and adding to the star power, olympic gold medalist michael phelps and the final five will be presenting awards. i'm most excited to see britney.
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>> okay. >> deep breath, sara. >> anyone with me? >> anyone have a defibrillator? much more sara coming up. we're going to do "pop news" right? >> yes. before that. tips to being more creative. can doing something actually lead to something? our weekend download. >> i'm going to guess you're going to say yes. >> you have to stay tuned. it's a tease. >> i do it all the time. creatures in nature. really...? i read that once. state farm knows that for every one of those moments, there's one of these... wild mustangs?!? i can't believe we live in the middle of all this! they're supposed to be one of the most gentle creatures in nature. really? i don' know, i read that once... that's why more people save money by combining their home and auto with state farm. here to help life go right, state farm.
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time for "weekend download." for many of us, creativity is an essential ingredient in a successful career and happy life. it's hard to have novel ideas when you're constantly bombarded by e-mails, texts, tweets,
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status updates. for quick tips, we have brought in emma seppala, ph.d.. your first tip is to do nothing? >> that's right. have you ever had that moment when you're working on a problem, the solution comes to you when you're in the shower or at a time when you're not looking for it? our brains are more likely to come up with things when we're idle. >> next you say silence is golden? >> that's right. i've interviewed some of the most creative minds. they say silence, spending time in meditation, taking walks in nature, those kinds of things can actually really help boost your creativity. >> i'm a huge proponent of meditation, as you know. finally, your third piece of advice here is to engage in play. >> that's right. human beings are the only mammals that stop playing in adulthood. engaging in team sports, playing with your pet or your child, those are the kinds of things that may lead to breakthrough ideas. >> i love it. as you have pointed out,
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creativity is the number one attribute ceos are looking for. in incoming applicants. >> correct. >> emma, thank you very much. her book is "the happiness track." if you want to hear more of our conversation, check out my new 10% happier podcast available on abcnews.com or in apple podcasts. search for 10% happier. and we'll be right back with "pop news." a new home for their growing family. they weighed the pros and cons, did their homework and sweated every detail. carefully choosing the right mortgage with the right terms, from the right mortgage company. but none of that matters very much to cody. all that matters to him, is that this is home. buy in. quicken loans. home buy. refi. power. why don't you dry my dishes? oh, he doesn't know any better. you just need to add finish® jet-dry in the rinse aid compartment. it's there for a reason. it dries much better than detergent alone.
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>> oh, my gosh, stop. >> no, i'll take a break. here's a professional. >> celebrities are pitching in to help louisiana's flood victims. a benefit concert called louisiana rising will be held on labor day. randy jackson is co-hosting the event along with harry connick jr., both from louisiana. connick saying the concert brings much-needed attention to those in need. more than a dozen local artists are set to perform. including better than ezra. more acts will be announced in the coming days. it will air live on bounce tv and raycom stations. and sarah jessica parker is known for her sense of style. she has two fragrances under her belt. she drew from unusual inspiration for her new scent. the fragrance called stash has got hints of body odor in it, but in a good way. it's supposed to be for men and women. what do you guys think? >> it does have some body odor. i mean, i suppose it's a good way.
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>> you mow -- know how to properly put it on, right? you spray like this and -- like that. >> walk into it? >> you're going to get hurt. >> you never spray directly on your skin. you cloud it and you enter. >> here, like this, dan. >> i don't smell the b.o. >> it's not b.o. she said -- she said -- well, it's a body odor. it doesn't mean it's stinky. >> it's not a body funk. >> maybe i've been changing too many diapers. >> they're not going to be bottling up that anytime soon. >> don't give yourself that much credit. >> like whiskey. >> it does look like whiskey. >> it looks like whiskey. >> did you say it tastes like whiskey? >> no, i got a little on my tongue. it doesn't take like whiskey. it's school season. lots of kids will be sitting in class. or maybe sleeping in it. look at this video posted by breaknoreddit. >> breakno on reddit. >> it's a user on reddit. an apparently attentive student. on closer inspection, he's
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really getting a whole lot of shut-eye. >> brilliant. brilliant. >> we're not saying this is a totally organic situation. but it has some high marks for creativity. how bored would you have to be for that to happen to you? rob? >> rob? >> bored. >> i would have to be really bored. >> fist pump, rob. fist pump. >> rob, your smile looked plastered on. >> that's enough. you put up with ron claiborne just enough. >> you're taller than your cardboard cutout. >> it was made for lighting purposes. to set the cameras. but it's a horrible thing to walk into when you're backstage. >> it's not horrible. >> i've walked in on it on the set and it always freaks me out. >> i saw you speaking to it. >> the only thing that would make it better is if you spray some of this perfume on it. >> is it perfume or cologne? >> it's cologne. it's not au de parfum. >> oh, my gosh. >> i love when sara says that. >> so, i take it you took
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spanish in -- okay. before french teachers start angry tweeting us. thank you very much. appreciate that. that means i'm sorry. sorry. >> good morning to you, i'm gray hall alongside, alicia vitarelli. coming up on "action news" sunday morning. philadelphia police investigate a report of a groping incident in the city by a man on a bike. country music star tim mcgraw makes a local couple's wedding one to remember. >> reporter: coming up in weather, more heat and humid is on the way, so, too, is the fall-like cool down, details in
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august 28. nydia han is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. in the news this morning, philadelphia police are working to figure out if a groping suspect has struck again. police are investigating a new report of another attack in the
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city. >> one person was killed in a crash on a south jersey road this morning. >> eagles fans have plenty to cheer about this morning after the birds easily take care of business in indianapolis. >> reporter: meteorologist chris sowers here with the business of looking at your accuweather forecast. >> reporter: we'll easily hit 90 again. >> okay. >> reporter: these are the good 90s, if the high is 91, it feels like 91. not 120. >> what a nice place to be. >> reporter: beautiful shot down the jersey shore. should be a delightful day on the beaches. high temperatures today because of a sea breeze it will climb into the low 80s down there. cape may, sea isle, avalon topping out around 82, 83 as the wind shift off the water. 78 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, 72. there's no humidity in the lehigh valley. pocono 7

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