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good morning, america. breaking news. a new explosion overnight at a new jersey train station. after a backpack with five devices discovered near the tracks. authorities detain five people during a traffic stop at a new york city bridge. millions of commuters on edge. >> this is the nightmare scenario. >> the fbi and homeland security now investigating after a weekend of terror. >> explosion from a garbage pail. >> that blast on a crowded street injuring dozens. >> big black clouds of like smoke. >> another bomb going off at a charity race for the military in new jersey. and isis taking credit for an take at a minnesota mall. the candidates weigh in. >> we better get very, very tough, folks. >> it's always wiser to wait. >> as president obama and world leaders descend on new york for
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a meeting at the u.n. this morning. >> you'll see a lot of police presence. >> 1,000 additional officers and national guard deployed. a city and a nation on high alert. and good morning, america. let's get right to the breaking news. elizabeth, new jersey, 15 miles from new york city. a suspect has also been identified. police searching for a man named ahmed khan rahini, believed to be 28 years old. >> here's what else we know right now. that device, one of at least four bombs discovered in new york and new jersey since saturday. 38 people were injured in the attacks this weekend. including the bombing in
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manhattan and the stabbing at a minnesota mall. the suspect there was killed. overnight, at least five people detained in new york. >> here's a live look at penn station this morning. a lot of nervous people commuting this morning. police here are on high alert. >> a lot of concern in minnesota, as well. we have team coverage. we begin with the latest on the blast overnight in new jersey. as we look at the scene, you heard that right there. after some individuals saw that backpack bomb near the train station, police took it. it was detonated as they were trying to disarm it. linsey davis sis on the scene i elizabeth. >> reporter: lots of police involvement and activity still right here in this immediate vince sin vicinity. last night, the two men who found the backpack with the five explosives in the trash can, they said they initially thought the bag contained something valuable. when they saw wires and a pipe,
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they dropped the bag in the street and immediately called police. this is the moment bag containing five suspicious devices exploded. around 8:30 sunday night, two men found a backpack stuffed with wires and a pipe in a trash can near this major train station in elizabeth, new jersey, just 15 miles outside new york city. when they noticed the wires, they turned the bag over the authorities. as police attempted to disarm one of the five devices in the bag, this happened. >> the exam by the robot, there is no electronic devices attached to the bomb or suspected bomb i should say at this point. we can not see under the package. it does not expect at this time there are electronic devices attached to it. >> reporter: the scare caused major delays for trains across the northeast. one amtrak train stuck near trenton for hours. >> we're into hour four of a --
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sitting amtrak train. relatively good spirits, i think, considering the situation. >> reporter: this as, at the same time, just 12 miles away, five people were taken into custody on the verrazano bridge. trying to drive from staten island from brooklyn. those five were potentially relate odd the bombing saturday night in manhattan. spl shut down the run. get them out of the boardwalk. >> reporter: and police in seaside park, new jersey, are still searching for ah the person who left a pipe bomb next to a charity race. >> i got some type of explosion in a garbage can. >> the race was delayed. the pre-timed bomb went off before the runners took off. fortunately, no one was hurt. it's unclear whether the incident here was connected to the explosives in manhattan and seaside park. train service has resumed.
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customers are being told to expect delays. i'm going to move on to the bombs in new york city. at least five people taken into custody for questioning overnight, as authorities search for whoever planted the devices in manhattan and new jersey. abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross is here with new developments. >> even with the five taken into custody, the search continues for two other men considered the main suspects in this fast-faced investigation. the search could not be more urgent. the upper third of this new surveillance video shows the moment of this blast. the smoke billowing out. tim pact seen here from inside the lobby of a fitness club. >> explosion from a garbage pail. >> reporter: pedestrians fled the scene as police moved in. four blocks away, what this morning appears to have been a major break in the case. after a tip from a local resident, police discovered a second, unexploded device.
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built just like the one that did go off. a pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached. >> i walked right by here. there's a pot on the street with wires sticking out of it. i think it's probably a kid's science experiment. >> reporter: the bomb squad used a robot to remove the device so they could examine it for fingerprints, dna, and the registration number of the cell phone. >> right now, that's evidence for us. could be crucial to our case. >> reporter: today, police and federal agents will track all calls made through the cell phone towers near the blast site. >> off the cell nower, you can get information as to who called. see who may be calling each other. that sort of thing. could be very, very important. >> reporter: also important, efforts to collect additional videos from the dunsz of surveillance cameras in place on this block. agents already have been studying the videos of residents walking calmly just before the blast. and then running for their lives
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afterwards. on the chance the bomber might be among them. authorities tell abc news one video in their possession shows a man leaving an object near the dumpster, which was the scene of the first blast. then that same man is scene at the site of the second bomb. >> it was intentional. it was a violent act. it was a criminal act. it was a bombing. >> reporter: officials say they're investigating whether that bombing ten hours earlier at a race in new jersey has any connections or similarities to the new york attack. the new jersey bomb, hidden in a gar ban bin, was also trigger bid a flip phone. it was constructed with lead pipes, not a pressure cooker. >> what more can you tell us about man they're looking for? >> they're looking for one person. the five people taken into custody were believed to be family member who is were being
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followed. authorities were concerned they might be heading to the airport to leave the country. they're looking for the one suspect who is at large. >> the story is moving fast. the bhoel city here in new york on high alert. president obama is here. mayor bill de blasio is stepping up security. we'll speak to him in a moment. linzie janis son the scene in chelsea. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. the blast site behind me still very much an active crime scene this morning. fbi investigators scouring it for clues. the major telling new yorkers to look out, expect armed officers across the city. this morning, new york city on high alert. 1,000 additional law enforcement personnel deployed across the region. citizens urged to stay vigilant. counterterrorism officers, state and local police, and the national guard patrolling major
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transit hubs. >> we'll be doing enhanced bag checks. >> reporter: saturday's blast kagt on this video. sending pedestrians running and ducking for cover. >> a bomb just went off in new york. >> reporter: the 23rd street location a bustling center of restaurants and night life. this surveillance video on from a fitness club across the street capturing the chaos. >> there was big black clouds of like smoke. >> all of a sudden, we hear, boom! [ explosion ] >> reporter: so strong, it blew out windows of adjacent buildings and cars, sending shrapnel and glass flying. this woman bloodied and dazed. helped by a bystander. >> i'm holding you. come with me. nothing's going to happen. >> reporter: first responders leading the injured, 29 in total, into ambulances. most of them going to hospitals. all of them released by sunday.
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among the injured, brenda. she said the blast lifted the car she and her fiance were driving from the street, causing him to black out. >> the baby's fine. everything is fine with the baby. a mild concussion i have. >> reporter: new york governor andrew cuomo surveyed the scene on sunday. he said there's extensive damage. it's extremely lucky no one was killed in this attack. george? >> joining us now, new york city mayor bill de blasio. thank you for joining us. a terrifying weekend here in new york and new jersey. as we come on the air this monday morning, is the threat contained? >> george, this point, look, i want to be clear. nypd is in a very high straigat vigilance. we've beefed up our presence. you're going see a lot of nypd presence at key sites across the city, including our anti-terror
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capacity. i'm confident about what we have on the streets of new york city today. i think in the coming hours, we'll be able to say a lot more about what happened here specifically. we know a lot more than we did just 24 hours ago. it's certainly leaning more in the direction that this was a specific act of terror. and i think we're going to have a lot more to share with the people. whatky say right now is we need the people's help. anyone with information about the situation, we need it now. >> and the new york police department is putting out a be on the lookout alert now for a individual. the fbi expected to release a most wanted poster as well for this young 28-year-old man. what more can you tell us about the suspect? >> we're going have a lot more to say on that soon. but we want to public's help and as we're going to be able to fill in the blanks about what we know, it is going to provide the public some information that will allow them to help us a lot more. the important thing here, again, thank god no one was seriously
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injured on saturday. and, people, i think, were wonderful in response to the crisis that happened on 23rd street. people helped each other out. first responders did an amazing job. in the coming hours, as we're able to put out more information, it's important for the public to fully participate in helping us find out what we need to know. >> some people paying attention in new jersey last night. able to identify that bomb. yesterday, you were reluctant cto call it an act of terrorism. >> it's leaning in that direction. >> what can you tell us about the five individuals detained apparently on the verrazano-narrows bridge last night? >> there was a car that came to the interest of the nypd. that car was followed. they were pulled over. those individuals have been questioned. there's definitely a situation there where we're learning more information.
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>> and as we said, as well, you talked about the preparation because of the u.n. general assembly. you have president obama here today. a lot of nervous new yorkers. the police out in force. but let me go back to the original question. do you believe there are more attacks possibly coming? or do you believe the threat is contained? >> i believe a couple of things. first, the amount of anti-terror capacity we have on the streets is extraordinary. the largest anti-terror capacity of any police force in the country. you're going to see it. that is one of the ways to make sure there are no further situations. until we have pulled all the pieces of the case together, it's premature to say what might happen next. i do feel that we're getting information literally hour by hour. this situation is speeding up. i'm very confident we're going to find the individual or individuals involved based on what i have heard in the last hours. but i think we have more work to
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do. >> involved in chelsea, elizabeth, and seaside? >> that's an open question. a lot more information is coming in. it's still premature to say if there's a connection. in the coming hours, we'll be able to tell you more. >> mr. mayor, thank you for your time. >> still a very fluid situation. let's turn to pierre thomas. and former nypd commissioner ray kelly who is here in the studio with us. want to talk more about the investigation. pierre, what are you hearing? what is the current state of the investigation right now? >> good morning, robin. there's a growing belief that the bombings in chelsea and seaside are connected. all three bombs used flip phones to detonate. there were some difference ps in design. seaside involved pipe bombs tied together. it was designed to detonate when the race began. the two bombs in chelsea on 23rd and 27th streets have signatures we have seen from bomb maiking
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designs online, including in an al qaeda-inspired magazine. both chelsea bombs used christmas lights for bombing. and one of the bombs had a label on it for tannerite. that pressure cooker bomb was described as being extremely heavy, containing shrapnel to maximize injuries. >> that's how you're able to determine who could be behind it, the the way you're able to describe it the. >> reporter: that's right. this could be the work of a serial bomber. some investigators believer it took more than one person to pull this off. >> ray kelly here. you ran nypd for many years. what are you hearing about the investigation? >> i think they're getting close. the most significant element in the investigation is the unexploded cell phone. a cell phone can give you an
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awful lot of information. every phone has a unique number. the leads emanating from the phone have been very, very held offul so far. >> what are the additional police officers looking for on the the ground? >> they're looking for anything unusual. they'll be lots of calls today about suspected packages pop people will see more. the police will respond. the nypd is the biggest police department in the country. the governor had added another 1,000 police officers and national guardsmen. it will be covered in significant fashion throughout the city. they're looking for anything untoward. anything unusual. >> how about with the general assembly? >> yeah, yeah, that's a big issue. the department has an awful lot of experience with this. you may have as many as 130 heads of state here in new york. some of that is off the shelf. it's something done year after year. secret service, fbi, everybody is involved in the game.
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>> hillary clinton and donald trump both here today as well. this is 50 days before the election. both are weighing in on the takes. tom llamas has the latest on that. >> reporter: before officials even declared that explosion in new york city a bombing, donald trump had heard enough. >> just before i got off the plane, a bomb went off in new york. and nobody knows exactly what's going on. >> reporter: trump, preaching vigilance the. >> we better get very, very tough. just happened. so we'll find out. but it's -- it's a terrible thing that's going on. >> reporter: hillary clinton, who arrived in new york the night of the attack, calling it a bombing before the official word was out. >> i've been briefed about the bombings in new york and new jersey and the attack in minnesota. obviously, we need to do everything with e can to support our first responders. >> reporter: clinton later calling them apparent terrorist attacks. but striking a much different tone than trump. >> i think it's -- always wiser
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to wait until you have information before making conclusions. >> reporter: and trump's running mate, mike pence, seeming to agree with clinton on at least this subject. >> it would not be appropriate for me to comment on an ongoing investigation other than to say we are thankful in our hearts that there was no loss of life. >> reporter: both hillary and trump did tweet out condolence messages. trump sent this out, too. under the leadership of obama and clinton, americans have experienced more attacks at home than victories abooed. time to change the playbook. trump tying to seize the moment. >> now to ginger. >> the canyon fire if santa barbara county, now 22 0 00 acr. 160 people at the more heat on the way today. let's get to the select industries brought to you by pro
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we welcome you back to "gma." we're live with breaking news. that is that explosion overnight in new jersey. a backpack discovered near a train station in elizabeth with explosives inside. then happening moments ago, police releasing this image. a 28-year-old suspect. the man they're looking for right now. believed to be linked to the bombings. and look at this. that's a home in elizabeth, new jersey. they believe it's connected to the five people detained on the verrazano bridge here in new york that appeared to be headed to the airport. and take a look at the chelsea area of new york city. you're looking live at a very active crime scene after the bomb went off saturday night
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injured 29 people. a second device was discovered blocks away. first to penn station with the commute is under way. the morning commute. a lot of people, as you can imagine, are on edge. security is stepping up here in new york city. let's go the amy on the scene there at penn station. good morning. >> reporter: that's right, good morning, guys. you all know this one is of the busiest train stations in the country. millions of commuters coming in and out of here trying to get to work. we just went inside. a lot of people are standing around. a lot of delays inside penn station this morning. a huge show of military force. big throngs of men and women g i penn station this morning. it's all part of a big initiative. bringing in 1,000 extra national guard officers, local and state police, to guard train stations like penn station. bus stations. subway stations.
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airports across the tri-state area as folks try to safely make their way to work this morning pip mentioned the the delay science. you look at the board, it's delay, delay, delay, delay. officials with telling compute toers bring your patience and stand guard. be vigilant. it was pretty alarming. we saw here coming across eighth avenue, a military-style vehicle. a humvee, armored humvee. something you would expect to see in a war zone. not in the streets of new york city. this is not your average monday. as an all-out manhunt continues for those responsible for placing explosive devices around the area. >> we want to go to minnesota to get the latest on the terrorist attack at mall on saturday night. isis is claiming responsibility for the stabbing rampage that left nine people with wounds before an off-duty officer shot and killed the attacker. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is where the attack
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started. this entrance to the mall. man warnld a small knife of sorts stabbing people as he went through. those in his path telling us this morning, it was clear. this was a man on a mission. this morning, the fbi investigating if the man who went on a stabbing rampage at a minnesota mall had ties to terrorist. >> it was chaos. >> reporter: 18-year-old ryan says he was walking into the mall when he came face to face with the attacker. >> he started striking one in the back of the head. a guy was just a road block. i was a speed bump in his way. just one hit. that was it. continued on to whatever hit octob objective was. >> reporter: the knife-wielding attacker, dahir adan, was referring to allah during his spree. >> one victim was asked if they were muslim. >> reporter: after five minutes of terror, an off-duty police
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officer shooting and killing the suspect. overnight, the suspect's father speaking through a translater. >> yeah, he died at a mall. >> are you aware that isis is saying he was a soldier? >> translator: nothing, nothing. >> reporter: saying he wasn't aware his son was involved with isis. this, as the terrorist organization claims to have inspired the attack saying adan was a soldier of the isis state. investigators are scrubbing through his devices as they try to figure out exactly what motivated him to come to this mall and hurt nine people. george? >> okay, eva, thank you. here with brad garrett, a former fbi investigator, our consultant on terror and security issues. this man, adan, isis claims responsibility. he was almost certainly
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inspired, not directed. >> i think that's right. he doesn't have a footprint, as far as talking to isis, going on their websites. he's another kid that's been self-radicalize zblpd here in new york, a far more sophisticated attack than in minnesota. we had major deblasio talking about how fast this is happening. clues on the ground here in new york and new jersey. >> that's right. you have the luxury of a lot of surveillance cameras and a lot of witnesses. the combination of the two. i think they've gotten lucky on a car and tag number to put it together quickly. >> some of the cell phones being if fact could yield a lot of information. >> absolutely. that will give you a lot of clues. the more important question, are they connected to other people? and are there other bombs planlted? >> what do you make of the sophistication of this overall take. we have seen pressure cooker bombs before. there are pipe bombs at sea
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vnside. >> it's one of those things you and i could learn online in reality in a couple of hours. the bottom line is, people can build bombs today because there's ready, available formulas for them and the ingredients are out there. >> brad garrett, thank you. coming up on the big board. donald trump is weighing in on the takes moments ago. we'll have the very latest on what he's saying about the takes. plus, the national anthem protests growing in the nfl. what you can expect tonight in the monday night game. we'll have that in just two minutes. ["diggy" by spencer ludwig]
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i'm in the break room. enjoy the bold taste of ocean spray any time or place. we welcome you back. it's time for the big board. the team of insiders standing by live. we begin with tom llamas at the table. you were talking about the bombings. that's what's been the top story all morning long. and how the candidates are weighing in. you shared a little bit.
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how will this impact the race? >> it's incredibly important. lit come up at the debate in one week. donald trump moments ago made news on this. he's calling for more profiling when it comes to people like this potentially terrorists. he said this moments ago. when cow look at the approaches between hillary clinton and donald trump, they're starkly different. hillary clinton, much more measured in her word. donald trump likes to get out there aggressively. sometimes it gets him in trouble. like it did in orlando when he tweeted out a congrats for himself. after orlando and pair, his poll numbers went up. he's sticking to that approach. >> how does this affect pass races? have we seen anything like this before? >> right now, tit's unprecedented. this is whole new territory for us. terrorism, according to the last national poll is the second most important issue facing americans after the economy. and right now, according to that poll, hillary clinton and donald trump are pretty much in a dead
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heat. >> the debates coming up -- >> no doubt in the forefront. >> thank you, tom. the latest on the protests in the nfl. the philadelphia eagles will take the field later on for some "monday night football." some players plan to kneel for the national anthem. this as colin kaepernick and other plays continue to protest. espn's jamele hill joins us live. how are you, my dear? >> i'm well. . how are you? >> i'm well. sports events are targets. does this cause a greater sense of concern for everybody? >> women, it should, for sure. sporting events are often targets. often considered symbols of american freedom. you have a situation like miami, where the police are actively saying they don't want to protect certain football players because they're taking part in this protest, it just seems hugely counterproductive.
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>> can i ask you. i'm sitting next to a hall of famer. sorry, tom. >> give me some time. i have a couple good years in me. >> it's an honor to be in the pro football hall of fame. and darren sharper has been nominated. a lot of people are raising eyebrows. a five-time pro bowl safety. but he's serving 18 years in prison right now. for multiple attacks on women. how does this happen? how does someone like this get nominated for the hall? >> we're both wondering that by the way. >> yeah, everybody is wondering that. the nfl fan base is 45% female. and moms, as we know, with the issues with concussions, will be a huge part of the conversation about whether or not their sons participate in football going forward. the nfl has tried to do a lot to convince women that they're doing something about violence against women. you can't talk out of both sides of your neck. who decided to put sharper on
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the ballot is what i want to know. >> it only takes one. >> i think it only takes one. the hall of fame is separate from the nfl per se. both separate things. >> but still, does not look good. jamele, thank you. more bad news for the world's largest smartphone manufacturer. a new lawsuit filed by a man after his phone 'ledgedly exploezs in his pocket. our tech expert, becky worley is on the job. what are you hearing? >> the note 7 phone. we've been talking about that with battery problems. the message not getting to people. the message not g-- a florida man, feels the phone getting hot in his pocket. it exploded in his pocket, resulting in second degree burns on his leg and his hands, trying to get the phone away from his body. the pictures are horrific. sam jp sung being direct. if you have a note 7, turn it
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off immediately. contact them about an edge change. call them with someone else's phone, robin. is there there's >> there's a recall. the florida man filed a lawsuit. does he have a case? >> it was released just in august. it sold more than 2.5 million units worldwide. 26 people being burned, including a 6-year-old child. 55 instances of property damage. the faa banning the use of the phone in flight. there's a cpsc recall on the note. samsung says they'll have replacement phones available by wednesday of this week. in my almost 20 years of tech reporting, i have never seen a recall like this. it's big. a behemoth like samsung is struggling. >> before my flight to san fran, they made a big anoimt saying, if you have one of those phones, do not turn it on on the flight. >> it's scary.
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so many people are on the phone on the plane. now day say, put it on airplane mode. >> at the last minute, everyone is texting. >> thank you becky, jamele. thank you, tom. >> future hall of famer. >> give him some time. coming up, lara joins us live from los angeles with all the action at the emmys. jimmy kimmel hosted last night. >> see her on the red captain. she looked good. >> she has all-access. we have that coming up in two minutes. ...clear for take off.
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back now with the biggest night for television, the emmy awards. our lara spencer was there. she joins us live from l.a. good morning, lara. >> good morning, michael and robin and george. what a night. in fact, it's still going on. jimmy kimmel, rave reviews. as the host for the 68th annual
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emmy awards. the favorites, "game of thrones," "veep," and "the people versus o.j." all of them delivered. there were big surprises. take a look. host jimmy kimmel set the tone for the night straight out of the gate. >> if your show doesn't have a dragon or a white bronco in it, go home now. >> "the people v. o.j. simpson." >> american crime story. >> reporter: the simpson docudrama led the way with five emmys. including best actor for courtney b. vance playing johnny cochran. what was it like to hear your name called. >> you listen to the first sill billion. i knew it was me this time. >> reporter: and it was sarah paulson, who brought a very special date. her real-life alter ego the. >> sarah paulson who played
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marcia clark and actually brought marcia clark with her tonight. because, everyone in l.a. knows if you want to win sit next to marcia clark. >> i loved the moment. the big hg that you gave marcia clark when you heard your name. tell me about that. >> it wz very meaningful to have her hear. >> reporter: "game of thrones." "snl's" kate mckinnon, best sporting actress in a comedy. >> thank you, hillary clinton. [ applause ] >> reporter: and the candidate she frequently impersonates sending out this tweet congratulating kate. and "veep" brought home the best comedy series. as its star, julia liouis-dreyfs maid history. winning her fifth consecutive emmy for the same role. >> i think veep has torn down the wall between comedy and
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politics. [ laughter ] our show started out as a political satire. it now feels more like a sobering documentary. [ laughter ] so, i certainly do promise to rebuild that wall and make mexico pay for it. >> reporter: what a speech. and then, julia louis-dreyfus paid emotional tribute to her father who died just three days ago. saying she was so glad he liked the job he was doing on "veep." with this win, now tied with candace ber again for the most emmys for playing the same role. of course, ber again for murphy brown. there's a guy that has that honor. don knotts for bernie fife. >> how were those french fries last night? i saw you posting that. >> uh huh. you know me, robin. i was like, sprinting to the
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room. the robe went on, the fries went in. >> looking good then, looking good now. and we're going have much more with lara in the next. >> we'll have more coming up. >> oh, yeah, you were all over the place. a lot more on the emmys. lara sharing the best moments backstage. we'll stay on top of the breaking news. a lot of people on the search now for a suspect in the bombing in new york and new jersey. we'll have all the latest in our next hour. people say,
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>> good morning, i'm matt o'donnell, 7:56 monday, september 19. heavy rain has arrived in the delaware and lehigh valleys. here's karen rogers with traffic. >> reporter: you thought it couldn't get worse, right? surprise, it's now a 56 minute ride on i-95 southbound from wood may wood haven to the vinem we have a multi-vehicle accident blocking the left lane. with the left lane being blocked and earlier accident near girard, the northbound delay is created as people slow down on check out the accident scene. 36 minute ride northbound. the delay on the ben franklin bridge is worst, as well. it's extended the entire length of the ben franklin bridge. they are driving through the rain and the mist. 42, 43 minute ride from the ac expressway to 295.
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it's just wet and slow. >> sky6 live hd looking live at philadelphia international airport, you can see the rain there. here's david murphy with the forecast. >> reporter: we have 27 lightens strikes in south jersey, some by trenton some close to philadelphia. heavy rain is the other issue. you have to be careful as you're driving through this, there's a lot of ponding and puddling on the roads. you might run into all out street flooding in spots. 79 degrees in philadelphia. it's muggy. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows periods of rain, some in the morning and afternoon 79 is the high. >> the fbi inadvertently exploded one of the devices found in a backpack in elizabeth new jersey. it went off as a robot was attempting to disarm it. it led to delays along the northeast correspond -- corridor. hillary clinton will hold a
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking new detail on the bombs found in new jersey and new york. a new explosion overnight at a new jersey train station. up to five people in fbi custody right now. agents tracking more suspects at this hour. millions of commuters on edge after a weekend of terror. also this morning. a new medical alert for parents. doctors warn that codeine used in kids can be dangerous, even deadly. family, food, and faith. what is life like off the court for ayesha and steph. why she doesn't consider herself a basketball wife. her secret game day dish for hubby. wait until you see what riley is up to. we're at home with the curries. and backstage at the emmys. >> good morning, america.
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>> and it's a good one, indeed. >> with all the big winners. the moments you didn't see on tv. all the hottest looks right off the red carpet. "gma" there for every moment. as we said -- >> good morning, america. are you finished? okay. just waiting for all the names. good morning, america. here's what we know at this hour. those four bombs discovered in new york and new jersey in the last 48 hours. 38 people were injured in the attacks. >> that includes the bombing in manhattan and the stabbing at a minnesota mall. the suspect there was killed. add least five people have been detained in new york overnight. >> moment tos ago, police released this image of a 28-year-old suspect, his name is ahmad khan rahami.
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>> authorities believe he's connected to all of the bombings. the new jersey race, the new jersey train station, and the two bombs planted here. they're searching for him. he's a bomber on the loose. the fbi says he's considered armed and dangerous. he should be detained if seen. individuals should call police. >> they believe the people arrested on the verrazano-narrows bridge last night were connecteded to him. >> they were family members. they pulled them over for questions. they're not necessarily suspects. they want to know more about the 28-year-old. >> a lot of information on the cell phone? >> exactly. the cell phone found in the unexploded bomb led them to rahami's father and the home in new jersey. >> all of us here in new york got the alert moments ago. >> everybody started looking at their phones. we're going to go to linsey
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davis in elizabeth, new jersey, just 15 miles from new york. >> reporter: that's right, robin. the fbi is currently conducting a search of a fried chicken location here this elizabeth that's believed to be connected with the chelsea bombing. still, a big police presence here at the elizabeth train station where those two men last night found the backpack containing the five explosiveses. they say they initially thought the backpack contained something valuable. then they saw wires and a pipe, they dropped the bag in the street and called police. as police attempted to disarm one of the five devices in the backpack, a robot cut a line and it exploded. the major of elizabeth says he believes whoever put the backpack in the trash can was likely trying to discard it. because there was no cell phone
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or device attached to it. customers are being told to expect a lot of delays. robin? george in michael? >> a very, very sense weekend. now to amy and the rest of the headlines. >> we begin with bas prices. soaring in parts of the u.s. up more than 20 cents per gal lon in the southeast after major fuel pipeline had to be shut town because of a leak. some gas stations in atlanta have run out of gas. some supplies are threatened. the fragile cease-fire in syria has expired. several air strikes hit rebel areas on sunday. one day after tensions were raised. there will be a summit this week. back here at home, police in tulsa, oklahoma, are expected to release video from a deadly shooting. they say an officer shot 40-year-old terrance crutcher when he refused orders to put up his hands and instead reached
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inside his sufficient. a local minister who saw a preview of the video says the man had his hands up and no weapon was evident. three surfers were injured by sharks. a close call on racetrack during a formula 1 race. take a look. a work owner the track. look at that. did not realize the race was restarting. and understand pli ran for his life as those cars came zooming by. he was picking up debris and had been told it was safe on th. on that same track the day before, a giant lizard disrupted the practice. neither human nor lizard were injureded. back to you. back out to l.a. special edition of "pop news" from lara. >> thank you so much, george. yeah, downtown l.a. missing you
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very much. want to tell you about the incredible time we had after the preemmy red carpet show. i got to go behind the scene and get inside scoop. one of the biggest winners of the night reminded me that years ago i guest-stard with him in a sitcom where i play administer. guess i forget about that one. unfortunately, he didn't. check it out. it's always one of my favorite award show moments when stars clyde. like this unexpected red carpet moment. amy schumer and the travoltas. >> i'm a huge fan of both of their. and couldn't have loved show more. have she's genius. >> you to mind if we have the floor for a moment. >> not at palm this is the best two on one moment ever. >> you're nominated for "the people v. o.j." >> did you see that? >> it turns out it look like he did it. spoiler. >> two stars taking home an emmy
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for playing chris darden and marcia clark. i see somebody you know. i >> i'm sitting there taking a load off of them feet. >> your speech was so lovely. sterling was flattered. >> sterling k. brown, if i had more time, i would never stop extolling your virtues. i am holding this because of you. at the end of the day, it was entertaining. but there are two people whose lives were snuffed out way before their time. >> reporter: and travolta says he was staying alive all night with his co-stars. >> we promised we would stay up all night. we promised we would have drinks and have fun. this level of success rarely happens. >> yep. >> and i -- i want to take advantage of -- from now until 6:00 a.m., i'm taking advantage of it. >> partying. >> yes, absolutely. >> i love that.
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with binge-watching changing the way we watch tv, i wanted the opinions of winners. >> the great british baekoff. >> all of doubten abbey. >> getting into stringer things. >> reporter: in a strange twist of fate, turns out keyingle michael key and i go way back to penn state. i was the year before. >> you were the year before me. i told everybody, lara was the year before me. >> i played the weirdest part ever. just sign up for later. where's the bar. i'm not an actress. >> you were marrying me and niecy nash. >> i know. we were a couple. >> this is my wedding day, curtis. >> so, i can now say, in all honesty, i've been in a sitcom with an emmy-winner, keegan, and
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a nominee, niecy nash. quickly, you know how hard we work. get over here. this is how it all came together. look at this. get over here. the dream team. this is what you see. you know how it happens. this is kelly and sabrina made those pieces happen. i wanted to give them a big thank you for keeping me awake. played a paster in a sitcom years ago. what was that about? >> it was type-casting, george. >> the girls are under your arms like, i cannot believe she pulled us up here in our sweats. but -- >> you look great. >> great job, lara. great job, ladies. coming up, a big parenting alert. the new medical warning about codeine and your kids. i had a chance to go two on one with the curries.
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let's go ahead and get you outside. outside is not great this morning. it's warm and muggy in a lot of cases pretty wet. temperatures in the low to mid 70s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll go for a high later today of 79 degrees. periods of rain today. there's the possibility of street flooding, a few showers tomorrow, but a lot better. was. life with the currys. that's what's up. the superstar family making a name on and off the basketball court. stephen becoming the first ever unanimous nba mvp. and his wife, ayesha, a star in her own right with amazing dishes. how do i know? because i got the visit them. food, family, and faith. ayesha curry's ingredients. >> welcome to little lights of mine.
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>> reporter: she's a self-taught food maven. she has over 4 million social media followers. and frequent appearances on "rachael ray" and "chopped jr." at home, her superstar husband and two daughters are happy to be her testers. tell us where the passion for cooking stems from? >> it stems from family. growing up i just remember always been in the kitchen. i feel like food gets people talking. it makes people feel things. that's why i love it so much. have about half cup of milk here. it was stephen who one day said, everybody is always asking for your recipes, why don't you start a blog? >> reporter: and now, she's paralaying that into a cookbook, "the seasoned life." what do you want somebody picking up the book to know about it? >> it is never that t serious.
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it can be quick, delicious, and easy. >> reporter: and this fall, she brakes her food network debut on "ayesha's homemade." >> i wanted people to have fun with food. feel like they could have company over and still prepare a meal. get people involved. you'll see bits and pieces of our family and closest friends. >> reporter: now, despite her hectic culinary schedule, she still makes it to 95% of her husband's home game. she's known for being a passionate fan. one of her live tweets brought some response from fans. you're very passionate. >> i'm in love with my husband. i'm very passionate. at times, i tend to be cynical. i don't think that comes across very well. on social media. so -- >> reporter: what sit like to be
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a basketball wife, if you will? >> it's interesting. i -- i always say, i don't like to call myself a basketball wife. i -- um -- i like to say i'm just a young woman who happened to marry somebody that ended up playing basketball. and for him, i don't think he would identify himself as a basketball player. he's a young man of god placed in a great position doing what he loves, playing basketball. >> seeing riley, the press con friends. how is she handling being -- >> she has no idea. i want to keep it that way. she's sassy. she's got a big -- she's a big ball of energy. >> reporter: i got chance to try some of ayesha's recipes and catch up with the other chef curry. >> reporter: what's it like. she's got the book coming up. tv show. how sit for you?
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>> it's unbelievable. because it's her passion. >> there we go. >> reporter: so what is game day? what's burning in here? what's game day meal? >> always some sort of supercarby pasta dish, always. >> make you slap your mama. make you want to slap your mama. >> oh. joe's barbecue. >> curry, off a curl, hits a three! >> reporter: after a nearly perfect season, the golden state warriors lost the 2016 tight toll the cleveland cavaliers. so, here we are on the cusp of another season. are you ready? >> definitely ready. >> reporter: tell us about the one bipg change. k.d. >> we lost some key guys. some of my good friends. you have to be excited about what we're going for with adding k.d. and our core guys. it won't be an easy transition.
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it will be something we have to focus on. look forward to it. >> reporter: oh, oh. the day would not be come meet without a tour of riley's brand-new play house. >> my gosh, r irriri! >> reporter: just a slice of life with the currys. she's so savvy. she looked at me and goes, why is the camera in here? she's so aware. they are an adorable, loving, close family. >> clearly, yeah. >> i saw that episode where they delivered her playhouse. i don't know why i was watching it. they have baby faces on tv. when you see them in person, you see how young they are. >> 30 years old. >> they have a lot going on. they handle it well. the two biggest stars are going to be riley and ryan. >> this is the eighth year for him in the nba. nay know that this, too, shall pass.
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they're in the moment, enjoying it. they know this is a moment in time. her cookbook, i did one of her dishes over the weekend, "the seasoned life" is out soon. we're going break down the best looks from the emmys. we have the one and only denzel wau washington. he's here live.
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>> good morning, it is 8:27 monday september 19. i'm matt o'donnell. it is raining out there, let's check the roads with karen rogers. >> reporter: hey, matt it's wet, it's slow. we have problems everywhere. we have an accident on county line road. as i step a side you can see the flares and the van. county line road is shut down between butler avenue and richardson road up ahead. we had ems on the scene, there were injuries related to the accident. delays on i-95, 55 minute ride southbound from woodhaven to the vine. we're jammed packed with an accident up ahead blocking the left lane. pennsylvania turnpike not much better. this is our 4th accident of the morning. westbound approaching fort washington, traveling 13,
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12 miles per hour at best. 101 trolley, 21 minute delay, all kinds of delays and cancellations some near an hour on the northeast corridor. >> let's go over to david murphy with storm tracker 6 live. >> reporter: we moved this indoors we're looking at lighten strikes near the station, some in south jersey and camden county. the red that's a downpour, saturday we are looking at the potential anyway for a lot of ponding and puddling on roads and all-out flooding on streets. 71 degrees in philadelphia. the seven day shows a high this afternoon of 79. muggy, periods of rain. tomorrow, showers, high of 84. nothing but cake and pudding after that. >> eagles face the bears on monday night football, watch it on phl17, 8:00 p.m.
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♪ the trumpets there you go ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> how are you? yeah. >> that's all we have time for today, guys. >> have a great monday. good morning, america. good morning, everybody here. incredible crowd. did you notice we got new chairs? look at the blue. i like that. our crew is always on it. >> you know what, that's giants blue. i see a young lady with the saints gear on. she's at least representing. big game yesterday. we won in the last-second field goal. we had a bet. we're not going to discuss it on
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air. but i won. >> that's all right. who dat, right? so they'll go 14-2. >> i'm not who dat until they play the g men. speaking of sports. speaking of football. i'm bringing something to the table. a peewee football coach, he loves to bust a move. take a look at this. ♪ ♪ let's go let's go [ applause ] >> oh, yeah. how's that. [ cheers and applause ] >> now -- that's coach jermaine cooper. he's in beaumont, texas. this is how he gets the kids pumped up for the game. there's a bigger message in what he's doing. i never saw tom coughlin or any
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of my coaches do that. >> you started as a kid. >> you did. at 8. >> look at little michael. >> i was 7 on the left. that's my brother, victor and i in the middle. and i played for the saints. i played for the saints. >> there you go. >> who dat? >> we have -- we're going to meet the man behind the moves. coach cooper joins us this morning from beaumont, texas. [ cheers and applause ] with the members of the beaumont bulldogs. how did the dance come about? >> man, it came about, man, one of our coaches knows that i'm a member of a megasci-fi fraternity. he knew if he played my atomic dog song, i would do something.
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it wasn't planned. he played my song. it just sent a shock in my body. i did what i was always known to do. >> it's perform. got into your bones. but, the object of your dancing, it's just not the make the kids laugh. there's a bigger message in your moves. >> yes, sir, yes, sir. it's a part of my fraternity. we strive for greatness. so everything that we do, we always want to look good at it. and when that song comes on, every member that's at a member of omega psi phi. >> i know we don't have atomic dog. but can you do some moves. can we see it? there you go. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ team chanting ] >> all: go coop, go coop, go coop, go coop. >> oh! [ applause ] did you see that? >> we got an extended version of something i wasn't expecting right there, coach. >> coach, he's going to join us now. >> hey, coach cooper. we want to thank you. thank your team. congratulations on the win the other day. good luck on your next game. you're awesome. keep on inspiring those kids, my man. thank you. >> thank you. >> that was amazing. the cooper. the cooper. >> i heard george internally
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go -- i know i did. >> that brings a story i was bringing to table. that's man who has learned how to get people to do what he needs them to do. there's a new book out called "pre-suasion." what am i trying to do if i steal your cup. not if i steal your cup, i walk into a meeting and hand you a cup with warm coffee. >> i feel comforted. calmed. >> people are more likely to listen to you. the second part of the -- now this is a picture showing all of us working, you know, kind of close together. sending out the message, if you show a picture like this, people are more apt to work together. >> that's just so sweet. >> this one shouldn't be too hard. >> the thinker? >> if you want somebody you're working with to slow down, take your time, think something through before they make a
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decision, flash this picture. it seems obvious, i guess. finally, usain bolt. >> oh, move, move. >> visualize success. >> what do you think in the audience? would that motivate you? [ applause ] >> they don't need extra motivation this morning. >> they're very motivated. >> george set himself up. you better hand me a cup of coffee every day. did anybody watch the emmys last night? did you see that? well, you know who was front and center and who was backstage as well? our good friend, lara spencer. she traded in the red carpet style. you got something more comfortable. oh, yeah. yes. it really is all about fashion. yeah. you had to just kick your feet up a little bit there, lara? >> kicking the feet up. this is pre-suasion, george.
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i'm going to stay until the end of the show by giving me a mimosa, getting me a barcalounger. we thought that we would show you calm of sort of behind the scenes looks. wanted to show you some of my fashion faves. for me, did you love tracy ellis ross? on the red carpet? >> oh, yes, yes, yes. >> absolutely stunning. i chatted with her for quite a while. on camera and off. you remember she was so excited to be nominated. and then, she said she was a little bit calmer, not much, but a little bit calmer on the red carpet. but feeling so beautiful because of that gown. custom made for her by raffle lauren, lar ding. >> oh, it looked good. >> let me ask you about this. kerry washington, she looked fantastic last night. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes.
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>> glowing and showing. >> glowing and showing. >> robin, i agree. she was one of my favorites. she was wearing brandon maxwell. i love that she had the cutouts in her dress. she's very pregnant. not sure how far along. absolutely gorgeous with her curls. >> yes! >> and just having the best time ever. it was fun to talk to her as well. she's in my top three. >> all right. >> i have other pictures, too. i'll show you one. >> okay, okay. >> this is what my team made me do. before the show, they got me in my dress, my makeup. they made me lie down. some people were concerned i was not well. but no, it was just that once i was strapped in and, you know -- a lot of tape involved, my team said, you are now not allowed to move. until we go to the carpet. for everybody worried, i promise, i was wearing very
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sensible shoes under my gown. >> because remember, she had her right hip replaced. she just had hip replacement. >> you were reunited with our old pall chris harrison. >> what, george? >> you were reunited with chris harrison. >> can you show that one picture. yeah. what you didn't see was that between shots, we ran over to the air conditioning hoses between every shot. it was 98 degrees on that carpet. >> it was really hot. is there that was the spot to be in. let me tell you. he was wonderful. >> i'm glad you explained that picture. i wasn't sure what was going on there. >> you get back here safe and sound with that mimosa and the slippers and everything. great job last night. >> will do. [ cheers and applause ] and now, time to break down the emmys hottest looks. we have rolled out our own red
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carpet for joe z. oh, oh. >> hi. >> oh, my gosh. this is amazing. how are you? like the hot seat. how are you, sir? >> how are you, joe? >> i'm good. >> what trend did you see? >> yellow. we were talking about big bird yellow. it's a very difficult color to wear. the fact that these ladies wore in on the carpet and looked so dynamite. there before so many different versions. minnie driver. ellie kemper. taraji p. henson. >> what else did you see? >> i absolutely loved kerry. looked dynamite. loved, loved, loved. my favorite, sarah paulson. >> i loved her. >> she wept old school.
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>> it was so different than anything else. beaded. custom prada. i think she dressed like a winner. >> i liked her hair, too. so cute. >> can we see for this one. did you all love this? you either liked it or not? yeah. i love this audience. >> what is that? love that. >> also, "quantico" star prianka chopra. >> she looked dynamite. you know jason wu is a big designer of the first lady. >> does she ever look bad, no. >> i like all the cutouts. the well-placed cutout. >> the asymmetrical cutouts. >> george just lays back. we're talking. >> he's taking notes. >> it was wonderful.
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always good. fab to have you here. >> always great to be here. a and now, to the equally fabulous ginger zee. ginger zee. >> from joe z. to ginger zee. >> we do our best red carpet pose. the over the shoulder. yeah. jasmine is from austin,let's gel weather. >> reporter: all right, ginger, there's a lot happening locally weather wise. we have a cluster of thunderstorms in south jersey and heavy rain in southeastern pennsylvania, too. be careful of flooding on the road. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows on and off rain letting up a little bit this afternoon. exclusive new promo for the new show, "s
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show,. coming up, the one, the only, denzel washington. she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again. was she expecting to find the perfect designer boots at such an amazing price? no. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ you hear that music playing? you hear that robin, that's "the
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magnificent seven" theme, because we have denzel washington here. and a reboot of the western with an all-star cast. let's take a look at a clip. >> looking for a man. a big fella, about your size. >> what's his name? >> name his mama gave him was daniel harrison. sometimes he goes by the name padre dan. >> oh. >> you look good, man. you know, that was some nice shooting. i see you still doing this. >> manuel, one of the guys in "the magnificent seven" a spanish kid. he outdoes all of us. he can spin 'em this way. >> they say you mastered it.
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>> you practice all day every day. >> you were in meetings with them. walking down the street with them. >> no, no, no. >> he's not crazy. >> no, no. but you get -- you just practice. you're with your horse every day. i liked that. >> clean-shaven right now. do we love this look? [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, hey. >> oh, i see. they comment on everything? what's the alternative? there's no hate it signs? >> no. >> what's that mean? the gold sign? >> it's good. it's all good. >> i love the mutton chops. that was your idea. >> yeah. >> how did pauletta, your wife, like that? >> she didn't say anything. >> she understood what it was for. as a kid, you loved westerns. you watched westerns with your
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family, right? >> i watched "bonanza." i hated watching it because i knew you had to go to bed right after. "ed sullivan." "bonanza." then bed. i always liked hop sing. >> this is a reboot. i remember the original one. this one is so -- i love the cast. we all love to see just this different people from all walks of life. does it speak to the new generation? >> you mean just having different colors of folk? it speaks to the reality in the 1870s. >> thank you. >> that's more typical than movies of the '50s, and '40s, where there was nobody that looked like us. we were there. >> we were there. that's what's great about the reboot. >> i can't speak for the
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director. it wasn't like, oh, we're going to do this for that reason. i just wanted to be in chris pratt's movie. >> he felt the same way. >> he's here tomorrow. we'll ask him. >> a diverse cast. i love the movie. the interaction with everybody. and speaking of sports. i know you're a big sports guy. fbl season. your son, john david, was a professional football player as well. you gave a pep talk to one of my old rivals, the cowboys, what did you tell them? >> i told them the time is now. it's like, let's go. >> pick it up. >> pick it up. i've been a cowboys fan since the '60s. nay used to ship, they had an old ship. they would do this. and they had black folks on the team. so -- i was a running back. until i saw gayle sayers, i
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wanted to be bob haste. i wore 22. i saw gayle sayers, i wanted to be gayle sayers. i was more his size. jim brown was too big. i have always been a cowboy fan. i stick with my team, unlike a lot of people. not saying you. not saying you. i stick with my team. >> you're from mt. vernon. i thought you bowled bah giants fan. since you have been there since the '60s, you can stay with the cowboys. >> i had a chance -- >> on that note. let's take a break. "we're going to be back with "we're going to be back with more denzel. it's not a weekend hobby.ance? you have to live and breathe it for 50 years. it's the sound... and the fury. it's letting it all hang out there, and it's hanging on for dear life. that is what amg driving performance means.
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and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] denzel washington. how much fun is it to see you two guys talking football? it's wonderful. i want to talk about something that boys and girls club.
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so very important to you. you have been working with them for many, many decades. what is that relationship like? >> i mean, the most dangerous time of the day for young children is between 3:00 and 6:00 afterschool. most times parents are working. i grow up in the boys club. when i was a kid, they took us to yankee stadium to meet the giant. it was a positive place. a safe place. is it a 'tissings show kids that grow up in the clubs graduate at a higher rate from high school and college. in every way, it's good. >> he's a good man. we'll be rig
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and hey. magnificent seven hits tleerts on friday. thanks to denzel. >> good morning, 8:56, monday, september 19. mass transit has been an issue,
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let's go over to karen rogers rming i have nothing to say about mass transit. we have over an hour delay northeast corridor line. 3812, 95 minutes late. that may mess you up with your morning commute. 40 minutes late, 75 minutes late, a lot of problems with the new jersey transit and the northeast corridor. market frankford line 30 minutes. 20 minutes 101 trolley. river line is suspended. 40 minute jam on i-95 southbound near cottman. >> it's coming down in spots, let's go over to david murphy. it is, matt, lightning strikes? philadelphia. heavy to steady rain coming down through most of southeastern pennsylvania. look out for flooded roads. information you might find that
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along the streets in philadelphia where a flood warning has been issued by the national weather service. that's an area of philadelphia that's taking on a lot of rain. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, showing high of 79. periods of heavy rain through the morning and parts of the afternoon, as well. even isolated showers are possible. i think most of what you're going to get is in the morning and after that it's spottier. look out for flooded 0 roads after a downpour. tomorrow, chance of spotty shower, dry, wednesday, thursday, friday, looking good as autumn arrives. >> "live with kelly" is next on 6abc. rachel harris on the show. i'm matt o'donnell, have a good monday!
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