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as vice president biden bows out of the race. what it means for hillary's chances. a powerful storm system drenching the southwest this morning. major downpours and large hail. hurricane patricia moves in bringing life-threatening floods. firefighters race to save a little girl locked inside a day-care center breaking down the door finding the baby crying and the bizarre reason she was left behind. that ball is gone! >> and the new mr. october. daniel murphy with a record-setting performance, the mvp blasting home runs in six straight playoff games, what he's saying about his stunning power surge knocking off the cubs and keeping the curse alive as the mets sweep their way into the world series. and good morning, america.
they are going to the world series and what a postseason for daniel murphy. you see it right there, six home runs in six straight playoff games. that is a record. >> he is a beast. >> we have so much more on that coming up. first we begin with breaking news overseas. a masked man with a sword attacking a school in sweden. details just coming in and lama hasan starts us off, good morning, lama. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. this news coming in right now. a truly horrific and frightening attack as class was beginning. a masked man wielding a sword burst into a school in the town of trollhattan, sweden. police saying the man attacking at least four people. killing one teach and wounding students seriously aged between 11 and 15. who is now in critical condition. no word yet on the attacker's motive. amy.
thank you. we'll turn to hillary clinton and today's capitol hill showdown over benghazi. it will be an all day grilling for the front-runner hearing her allies calling it a political witchhunt. jon karl with the latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is a tremendously high stakes moment for hillary clinton. she will spend the entire day before a committee that has spent nearly a year investigating the biggest single crisis that she faced as secretary of state. this morning, hillary clinton will take the hot seat before the special house committee investigating the 2012 benghazi attacks. for at least eight hours clinton will face tough questions from the committee's seven republicans and five democrats. about the biggest crisis she faced as secretary of state. >> i don't know that i have very much to add. this is, after all, eighth investigation. >> reporter: in 2012 less than two months before the presidential election, a terrorist assault on the u.s.
libya, left four americans dead. for the first time in 33 years, a u.s. ambassador was killed overseas. >> was it because of a protest, or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided to kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? >> reporter: that was clinton nearly three years ago. the day republicans leading the inquiry want more answers. >> what i want to know is while violence was going up in libya why was our security profile going down? >> reporter: a majority of americans, 54% disapprove of clinton's handling of questions around benghazi but as nearly believe republicans are using the investigation to damage her reputation. >> she stood strong for america but now republicans are playing politics over benghazi. >> reporter: the super pac backing clinton's campaign is now airing its first tv ad calling the hearing a sham. republicans on the committee insist they are not out to get hillary clinton and that they will keep their questions focused on what happened in the time leading up to and during
now, the clinton campaign is out with a preview of her opening remarks remarks this morning saying that she will honor the memory of the four brave americans who died in benghazi and that, quote, benghazi was a tragedy that we must all learn from. this will be a long day. amy. >> all right, jon, thank you. clinton may have a fight on her hands there on capitol hill but she will not be facing one from vice president joe biden. reaction coming in after he announced he will not be running for president and abc's david wright is here with more on that. good morning, david. >> good morning, amy. among the 2016 candidates today respect for the vice president and relief that the field of candidates is finally set. the republicans now focused exclusively on hillary clinton. after flirting with the idea for months -- >> mr. president, thank you for lending me the rose garden for a minute. >> reporter: joe biden called it quits just a few steps from the oval office. >> unfortunately, i believe
the time necessary to mount a winning campaign for the nomination. >> reporter: clearly, biden wanted to run. but he said his grief over the death of his son beau had its own timetable. >> sooner rather than later when you think of your loved one it brings a smile to your lips before it brings a tear to your eyes, well, that's where the bidens are today. thank god. >> i think he did the smart thing because, frankly, i don't know that he would have won. >> reporter: campaigning in iowa donald trump didn't sound too disappointed. >> frankly, i really want to run against hillary. i really do. >> reporter: on twitter adding sharply i'd rather run against hillary because her record is so bad. mike huckabee tweeted i'm the only gop candidate who defeated the clinton machine. only bobby jindal barely at 1% in the polls himself even bothered to acknowledge there was anyone else. democrats are now left with a socialist or a candidate under
>> it pretty much guarantees hillary will be the person that we're running against. >> reporter: the rnc released a new video suggesting that is how they see it too. and whatever else may be on the agenda for them today you can bet all of the republican candidates will drop whatever they're doing to watch the benghazi hearings hoping for something they can use. >> all right, david, thank you. >> no question about that. let's talk more with matt dowd. he joins us this morning of a new poll out from "the des moines register." hillary holding her lead above bernie sanders, 48% to 41%. 85% favorability among democrats in that state. is ben carson right when he says this combined with biden getting out of the race guarantees her nomination pretty much? >> i don't think it guarantees it, george, but the one big hurdle was removed by the vice president taking himself out of the race but she still has a few reasonably well but bernie sanders is still there close behind.
a very limited path but he has to win iowa which he's close in and win new hampshire where he's tied or ahead in but the path for bernie sanders got a lot smaller as of today. >> let's talk about the republicans. we just heard from ben carson. there's a new poll out in iowa from quinnipiac showing he pulled ahead of donald trump, 28% to 20%. a real milestone. >> reporter: i think this is significant because for more than 100 days donald trump has led every national poll and every single state poll. this is the first to come out that shows somebody else with a significant lead. the other part of this poll that should be troubling to donald trump is marco rubio has taken a big jump up in the poll and looks like he's becoming the alternative establishment candidate in this race. >> that's what i want to ask you about. he has polled well ahead of a couple of points there in iowa of jeb bush who is supposed to be coming in with all these advantages but continues to slip. >> he's continuing to slip but i think part is debate performances. part of it is performances on the trail but part is people
republican party that doesn't have the bush name. bush when you look at his favorabilities in iowa especially in some of the early states is more negative than positive and so that's jeb's problem. marco looks like he's the establishment candidate on the rise. >> okay, matthew dowd, thanks very much. >> all right, george. now to those severe storms pounding the southwest and the hurricane fueling more rain for texas this weekend and ginger has all of that for us. >> yes, just got a brand-new report, odessa, texas, 16 homes flooded. 4 inches of rain in 4 hours. looks a look like new mexico. the pictures there from the flash flooding to hail covering the streets. flash flood watches taking up a lot of the state from central oklahoma back through much of west texas and eastern new mexico and then we're watching hurricane patricia which will die out over the weekend over mexico but fuel big-time storms. dallas to san antonio could see anywhere from 5 to 7 inches of rain upwards of a foot. i'll be back with the nation's weather and cold side, snowy
we turn to that major breach of our top spy's personal e-mail account. wikileaks has posted e-mails from john brennan's account and is threatening to publish more and pierre thomas has the details. >> reporter: this morning, personal information of the cia's top boss publicly exposed on wikileaks. including telephone numbers, home address, passport and social security numbers. details posted from six unclassified documents hacked this week from cia director john brennan's private e-mail account targeted, his most personal information listed in a 2008 application for a national security clearance before becoming director. initially someone claiming to be the hacker said he was a pot smoking teen angered by the plight of the palestinians but sources tell abc news authorities are also looking at the possibility that a ring is involved. brennan's account appears to have been infiltrated by hackers tricking verizon and aol
>> it highlights the risk all of us face when it comes to the security of even our private e-mail. >> reporter: the cia calls the personal e-mail hack a crime and that the private electronic holdings of the brennan family were plundered with malicious intent. the cia director's hack comes on the heel of another massive breach this which the information of other top officials was stolen including cabinet secretaries and the fbi director. >> let me tell you there is a problem and people need to solve it. >> reporter: millions of everyday americans face the threat of identity threat. if you thought top government officials were immune, think again. amy. >> all right, pierre, thank you for that. and now to a break in the deadly case of road rage in new mexico that left a 4-year-old girl dead. the alleged killer is in custody this morning and abc's ryan owens is in albuquerque with all the details. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you, amy. police here say an anonymous tip led to an arrest and quickly
police say this is the killer behind the most heartbreaking case of road rage anyone can remember. 32-year-old tony torrez behind bars this morning charged with first degree murder. police say he's admitted to shooting and killing 4-year-old lilly garcia tuesday afternoon right after her dad picked her up from her second day of school. >> we have a confession and now it's up to the justice system to do its job. >> reporter: the arrest comes as some relief to lilly's heartbroken family including her 7-year-old brother isaac who was sitting right next to his sister in the backseat of this pickup truck when she was hit. >> she just had the smile and these beautiful big brown eyes that just light up a room. she was so polite and, you know, she just grabbed your heart. >> reporter: police believe lilly's father and torrez kept cutting each other off as they approached an exit on interstate 40 in albuquerque. detectives say torrez pulled up next to the family and allegedly
>> i cannot imagine being the father of lilly. >> reporter: this newly released 911 call is from a motorist who witnessed the aftermath of the shooting. >> there's an adult it looks like an unresponsive child. >> reporter: this morning torrez is being held behind bars on a $650,000 bond. george, the mayor here calls him a repeat offender but he would not elaborate. >> okay, ryan, boy, that is just so heartbreaking. thanks very much. we turn to stunning new research about the dangers of distracted driving. it concludes devices can impair concentration long after you stop using them. abc's david kerley explains. >> reporter: you've seen the video of teen drivers texting using devices then losing control. this morning new research says the distraction from devices and even talking to your car's entertainment system -- >> contact, joel cooper. oh. >> reporter: can last long after
oh, it's green. yep. >> reporter: aaa found even after stopping the activity, drivers remain distracted for up to 27 seconds more traveling at 25 miles an hour, that's going the length of three football fields without paying attention to the road. so i hung up. and this is the time where you think that i still am not really engaged in the road. >> that's right. you're in this distraction bubble. when you hang up it takes time for that to clear. >> reporter: the researchers found there is a generational divide. the older generation having more trouble talking to their cars and driving. >> oh, my gosh, i guess that is a stop sign. whew. >> what we find is the young drivers tend to be the early adopters. >> reporter: ten car entertainment systems and three voice systems were tested some better than others. f.m. >> now listening to fm radio. >> some downright frustrating.
>> huh? >> reporter: the auto alliance hasn't seen this study but says the systems allow drivers to keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. for "good morning america," david kerley, abc news, washington. tom llamas has today's other top stories including a seventh church fire in st. louis. >> good morning. >> this is a major arson case. a new church fire under investigation in the st. louis area. arson investigators have been on the scene overnight. it's the seventh in a series of fires at mostly black churches in recent weeks. officials call the fire disturbing, fortunately nobody has been hurt. secretary of state john kerry is meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu today hoping to calm escalating violence between palestinians and israelis. he accuses them of spreading lies about a plan to tear down a mosque. six more people have been arrested in connection with the jail break of mexican drug lord el chapo. one is the alleged mastermind of the escape. another allegedly built the
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next year. that's amazing. >> we'll see what your flavor is then. okay. well, that record-setting performance sends the new york mets to the world series. that story in just 30 seconds. back now at 7:17 and the new york mets are heading to the world series. the new mr. october, daniel murphy, powering the team past the cubs with his record-setting performance and abc's t.j. holmes is at citi field this morning. good morning to you, t.j.
robach. if you would have gone to the wikipedia page for dam murphy last night it was officially changed to mr. october. but he was also called god. his middle name was jesus. he was the supreme court justice and called the owner of the chicago cubs, ouch. that was just mets fan having some fun but he is on an historic streak that has the mets in the world series. >> and straight three call. >> reporter: the amazing mets, dashing the cubbies' dreams. >> they haven't been to the world series since 2000 and the mets are on their way back. >> reporter: simply unstoppable winning 8-3 sweeping the series and taking the national league pennant. and maybe not reggie jackson just yet, still mets fans found their own mr. october. second baseman daniel murphy his two-run homer in eighth inning in game four clinched the win. >> daniel murphy. >> reporter: the first player in baseball history to blast a home run in six consecutive postseason games.
keep going out of the ballpark but they do and we keep winning ball games which is the most important part and the coolest part. >> reporter: he's tying lou gehring as the only player with a hit, home run and rbi in seven straight postseason games. the 30-year-old who only had 14 home runs during the regular season named series mvp. meanwhile, the perennial underdog cubs unable to shake the curse of the billy goat or of bartman. their 107-year-old series drought continues. all right. so they'll find out who they'll face, either the blue jays or the royals. world series will start next week and an important historical note here guys, the curse of the billy goat of the chicago cubs put in place back in 1945. this billy goat's name was murphy. >> oh! >> that's crazy. >> oh, my gosh. >> the curse continues, holmes. >> t.j.
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the benghazi attack and her private e-mail. >> good morning, america. eight hours of testimony there. we're following that and here's some of the other headlines this morning. breaking news from overseas, a masked man with a sword attack in sweden. class was just beginning. one teacher killed and students seriously wounded. daniel fells battling that mrsa infection in his foot. he posted this video of his children greeting him. thanks everyone for their love and support. chris rock is back. the comedian making a big return to the academy awards stage and michael has more on that. >> the big question is will chris rock rock the oscar, the second time hosting and we'll see how he matches up against some of the other past great hosts that we had. we have all that coming up in "the speed feed." >> cannot wait for that. we begin with that major turnaround for lamar odom and khloe kardashian. the couple deciding to put their divorce on hold while he recovers from his near-death experience. abc's neal karlinsky has the story.
lamar odom's crush with death actually save his marriage with khloe kardashian? reality show star filing this document asking a los angeles judge to withdraw the couple's divorce petition. the document signed by odom presumably from his hospital bed. the former nba star hooked up to several machines as he's wheeled into cedar sinai medical center in l.a. on monday khloe with him and a leopard print blanket, the same one the couple could be seen wrapped up in on the reality show. the couple was married before a national audience in 2009. >> will you marry me? >> oh, my gosh. >> only to call it quits in 2013. but the divorce caught in a courtroom backlog, not yet finalized when odom was found unconscious in a nevada brothel just over a week ago. a source telling abc news, this is a very delicate and difficult time for both lamar and khloe
do at such a time is not make any big moves and put everything on hold. >> for the rest of my life i'll deal with that and worry about him and think about him and want just to protect him. >> reporter: this morning, kardashian remains by his side as she has from the beginning. and because of the marriage holds so does her position as lamar odom's number one advocate calling the shots on medical decisions. for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to neal for that. now to a terrifying home invasion. two sisters attacked by a man with a knife fighting him off until help arrived and this morning, we are hearing those dramatic 911 calls. abc's linzie janis is here with that. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: the two sisters had just said good night to each other. the house completely dark when the man climbed in through an open window. both women calling 911 during the attack managing only to scream out their address. >> help us. help us please.
pleas for help. >> stop it, stop it please. >> reporter: two sisters fighting for their lives calling 911 while begging their attacker to leave. >> what do you want? >> hello. >> i'll give you anything you want. what do you want. >> hello. >> reporter: a knife wielding intruder creeping into their home in the dead of night climbing in through 28-year-old bring ya and lastly's bedroom window. her instincts kicking in. >> we were each throwing punches. he actually put his left hand over my mouth and said cooperate with me and i said i'm not cooperating with you. you're not going to get what you want. >> reporter: for the next 15 minutes a desperate struggle. the sisters trying to fight off the suspect. 48-year-old robert burger who moments earlier had tried to break into a different home on the same street. burger pulling out a knife. that's when younger sister kaley runs outside screaming for help. >> i was just screaming at the top of my lungs.
he's stabbing her. >> reporter: a nearby officer hearing her and runs inside. >> i moved the knife up to right here so the blade was outside of my neck and then he just whispered that he was going to kill me. i saw two black boots coming down our fairs and that was our angel officer. >> reporter: the officer shooting and killing the intruder in the nick of time. >> five seconds longer and i killed. >> we don't really have words >> reporter: well, police say the intruder had been released from prison just eight days before the attack. george, i think those girls deserve a lot of credit for saving their own lives too. >> they do and that angel officer. okay, linzie, thanks very much. turn to a remarkable survival story, a 14-year-old girl who walked away from a plane crash that killed her father. abc's phillip hasmena has the details. >> i was with my dad and we crashed in a plane. >> reporter: this morning, dramatic 911 calls capture the
14-year-old anna beth hamilton survives a plane crash in the idaho mountains. >> i'm scared. >> reporter: the husky two-seater plane being flown by her father, travis, going down last thursday in a remote mountain range in the eastern part of the state. nearly 9,000 feet up inaccessible for four miles. >> i don't know where we are. he's not breathing. >> reporter: the brave teen attempting cpr four times, but travis, an experienced pilot who once flew an apache helicopter killed in the impact. anabeth able to escape the wreckage and call for help. >> do you see a plane hovering above you? >> uh-huh. >> all right. can you wave to them, let them know you're okay? >> i am waving. >> reporter: using her cell signal rescue crews able to locate the teen. airlifting her to a local hospital where she was treated for minor injuries. >> miracle that his daughter is
skill as a pilot as i'm sured he tried to minimize the impact when it happened. >> reporter: a courageous story of survival in the face of tragedy. >> we're just very pleased that she's doing as well as she is. and we'll miss travis very much. >> reporter: phillip mena, abc news, new york. >> incredible, indeed, phillip. thank you. coming up next here how to earn extra cash when you rent out your home and experts share sharing simple ways to increase the value without spending a lot of money. the secret colors to use. firefighters race to the rescue with a baby girl trapped at day care. the dramatic moments caught on tape. we take away your stuffy nose. you keep the peace. we calm your congestion and pain. you rally the team. we give you relief from your cough. you give them a case of the giggles. tylenol cold helps relieve even your worst cold & flu symptoms. so you can give them
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rock is back at the academy awards. michael in social square with more. >> yes, he is back. comedian chris rock is taking the stage again join the exclusive invited back oscars hosts club. what can we expect of oscar's biggest night. all that coming up on "the speed feed." and this is what i here you are. anything i can do to make your stay more magical? well, i wish we could have even more park time. have dinner with a princess. oo i want to ride the monorail! oh, take a break by the pool. but be back in time for fireworks.
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all right. now to this morning's "speed now to this mornings "speed feed." chris rock. ten years later. here's abc's nick watt. >> welcome to the 77th and last academy awards. >> that was 2005 when chris rock hosted the biggest gig in town. >> when all you can get is me wait. den skel is a fine actor. >> this is now. rock just tweeting. look who's back. >> he'll be less sticky than nph this year. >> acting is a noble profession.
better than ellen the year before? surely better than james franco in '11. >> congratulation, nerds. >> reporter: now rock is joining the exclusive invited back club with bob hope, billy crystal, steve martin, whoopi goldberg, johnny carson. >> when halle berry won the oscar, nicole kidman was smiling so wide she should have won an emmy at the oscars for her great performance. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: with chris rock back, it'll be worth watching, belly laughing or grimacing through your fingers. >> tobey maguire is just a boy in tights, okay. >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> oh, boy. last year's host neil patrick harris tweeted chris rock is hosting the oscars. brilliant choice. just brilliant. he'll be awesome. >> he will. >> so, guy, who are your favorite hosts? >> i thought ellen was fantastic. >> i like the alec baldwin/steve martin pairing. >> hugh jackman was mine.
>> seth mcfarland. it was interesting. it was a little mean but it was interesting. sort of like a -- >> i liked jon stewart. nostalgic. >> i'm a big billy crystal fan. i love billy crystal. >> it'll be fun no matter what. always a great night. >> all right. >> when we come back at the top of the hour one of washington's most powerful paul ryan. coming up "gma's" fall concert series brought to you by carmax, the bright side of car buying. from the memory of how to the used car buyer who's worried about getting taken for a ride... don't worry. the only rides you'll get taken on at carmax are the ones you take yourself. but just in case that absolutely 100 percent perfect choice... ...turns out to be... less than perfect... we give you five days to change your mind. sorry.
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passing over three other finalists who have more experience in education. since then, several student and faculty groups have condemned the regents' decision. there were a couple hundred people outside the imu yesterday afternoon, holding up signs and chanting. the group "iowans defending our universities" accuse the regents of conducting an illegitimate search that produced an illegitimate ui president. incoming president bruce harreld starts the first week of november. cedar rapids-based collins community credit union will host its grand opening today in dubuque. the city is seeing some boosted national and regional retail interest. pat mcgrath -- another cedar rapids based business --recently expanded to dubuque and celebrated a ribbon cutting for a new volkswagon dealership. according to greater dubuque development, perkins restaurant will move out of its location on dodge street and build a new space on the northwest arterial. a new chick-fil-a will then move into the the old perkins building.
plan on a pretty decent thursday. it'll be cooler than yesterday, but we won't be dodging thunderstorms again. plan on highs into the 60-65 range from north to south. our next focus remains on the storm system set to affect our weather from friday afternoon into the evening. this will be a widespread rain, with amounts of 0.25" to 0.50" likely. plan on wet football in the area for friday night! this system will be moving out just in time for the weekend with highs remaining in the 60s and lows dipping down to the upper 30s saturday night. money to put in a sculpture at a roundabout near the industrial park. according to the waterloo cedar falls courier, the city council had hoped to raise
on camera. i bet my life paul ryan's fight for work/life balance sparking a big conversation. >> i cannot and i will not give up my family time. >> the man who could be two heartbeats from the presidency shaking up the debate over work and family time. i think i wanna marry you and it's the ultimate something borrowed. a wedding dress in one family for 11 generations. how 30-year-old abby turned the vintage wonder into her dream gown for the big day. and he's the hot new man of prime time. "gossip girl" bad boy ed westwick here dishing on his wicked new role as we say -- >> good morning, america. and a big happy crowd out here on broadway this morning. good morning, everyone. hope you guys are okay. we got a lot going on.
well, take a look. they have a new neighbor, julia, a little girl muppet with autism and she could change how kids relate to each other. this is a real breakthrough here, and we're going to talk about it in just a little bit. >> yes, looking forward to that. and also tory johnson is here with "deals & steals" because it's thursday. personalized for you and your loved ones from bracelets to matching pj sets to so much more all coming up next. >> did i hear you say you have a pet named mr. fluffy or something? >> don't judge me. >> you want to get matching pajama tops. >> maybe we want to match. >> we will find out in a little bit but but now the morning rundown from tom llamas. >> good morning. we begin with new details about a school attack overseas this morning. a masked man armed with a sword entered a school in southern sweden and began stabbing everyone within reach. when it was over, one teacher was killed. another teacher and four students were injured. two of them seriously before police shot the attacker. students at that school are between 6 and 16 years old. hillary clinton faces a
on benghazi today. she's expected to call the deadly 2012 attack on americans a tragedy that we must learn from. clinton will be in the hot seat for eight hours. our new poll finds most americans do not approve of the way she's handled questions about benghazi but a majority of americans also believe republicans are using the investigation to damage clinton's reputation. now to a nightmare for a couple in chicago. their baby was left behind at a day care, forgotten on the floor alone in the dark. emergency crews had to force their way in as the terrified father watched. abc's reena ninan has more. >> i was terrified, and i couldn't get to her. >> reporter: this dramatic cell phone video capturing the moment an army of firefighters desperately try to break down the door of a chicago day care to reach a little girl locked inside. >> oh, my. >> it was pitch black and like the police had the flashlight down and the only thing i could see was my baby crawling on the floor.
journee's panicked father flagging down police who called the fire department all while watching and recording with his cell phone. >> my heart dropped. >> reporter: moments later rescuers reach the child alone crying on the floor. >> so many things was crossing my mind when i was hitting the door and heard her screaming. i didn't know what was going on. >> reporter: this morning journee who had only been going there for a week is home safe with her parents who say they'll be keeping her at home from now on. >> they thought journee was a doll, but she's not that little. >> reporter: and while her father says day care workers claimed to still be inside when he arrived, the day karcare did not respond to a request for comment. the department of children and family services now investigating the incident. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> they thought she was a doll. wow. okay, reena, thank you for that one. a health alert now for parents. a new study links the regular use of antibiotics with weight gain in children.
the weight. researchers say antibiotics may wipe out so-called good bacteria that helps break down food. and "gma investigates" first told you in may about the issue of confusing ingredient labels on baby food pouches. well, this morning plum organics, along with the center for science in the public interest, are announcing action after our story saying they will change how they label their pouches. the flavor names on the front will now be based on the major ingredients inside the pouch in order of predominance. and finally apple is out with the newest emojis for the we told you about facebook's last week. here's apple's. here's a sampling of more than 150 new ones from faces to food, fanciful characters, hot dog and taco the most popular. fast food is apparently a big emoji trend, and, george, amy and michael you may get this from your kids, a eye roll emoji perfect for that nonchalant teen in your life who thinks they have all the answers. back to you guys. >> my kids would never do that.
she loved the taco yesterday. big into the taco. you got the "morning menu"? >> oh, yes, i do, george. ahead on the "morning menu," paul ryan is fighting for family time. the potential house speaker sparking a big debate about work/life balance. and the new character taking a walk on "sesame street," changing how kids relate to each other, which is a great thing. and an you will flat throwback thursday. this woman is wearing her family's 120-year-old wedding gown down the aisle. all that and ed westwick is here. yes, here's the man himself coming up live on "gma" here in times square. [ cheers and applause ] "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by moen. buy it for looks, buy it for life. trumpets when you turning me
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hopefully the light bill is not as scary as halloween. >> you're very practical, michael. >> always got my eye out for savings. time for this morning's "heat index" and this morning's hot button. one of washington's most powerful man takes a stand for family time. paul ryan says he will only be speaker of the house if it doesn't cost him weekends with his young kids. abc's linsey davis with more on the conversation ryan has sparked. hi, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, george. at just 16 years old paul ryan was profoundly affected by the death of his father. he says because his dad died at 55, his grandfather, 57, and his great-grandfather at 59, that it gives him a sense of just how short life is and you have to make the most of it, which is why he's drawing a line in the sand saying he doesn't want to work weekends. his words now rocketing around washington. >> the last point, the last point is personal. i cannot and i will not give up my family time. >> reporter: paul ryan, a candidate to be the third most
speaker of the house, demanding a work/life balance so he can spend time with his family. it's a lifestyle that women have been fighting for for years, and now the man who could be two heartbeats away from presidency is shaking it up. >> for a woman to have said she wants more work/life balance, i think she would be taken less seriously, and coming from a man we see that it is positive. >> reporter: anne-marie slaught slaughter, the woman who famously said women have it all and author of "unfinished business" says his words are helping to shift the debate. >> this will help women as well as men because this will say that you can be committed to your family and still be committed to your career, and that's a very important statement. >> reporter: on wednesday, sheryl sandberg awarding paul ryan with the lean in award posting "having leaders who weigh responsibilities as fathers as much as their responsibilities to their jobs shows all of us what is possible." just a month ago, paul ryan had pretty much turned down the job. >> this is a job where you are
a hundred delays a year. our kids are 10, 12 and 13, and i'm not going to do that. >> reporter: but now he's willing to try it out as long as his conditions are met, conditions that not all of his fellow republicans appreciate. >> the speaker has to work on weekends. the time commitment is not 40 hours a week. >> some of them look at his insistence on spending time with his family and his reluctance to take the job as negatives, and they're saying, why should we give the job to someone who doesn't want the job. >> reporter: others are perhaps more understanding. >> somebody who is so committed to making sure he's there for is p of paul ryan. >> reporter: twitter on fire. one woman posting, "oh, since paul ryan wants family time now it's up for discussion?" another writing, "maybe now some sympathy for real working parents? his family has always been a central part of his life. posting photos of his three children all over his instagram. but his voting record includes a vote against a bill that would have given federal employees
leave. some now suggesting that while ryan seeks to preserve his own work/life balance he's pushed policies that would have made doing so more difficult for others. in addition to ryan's gop caucus blocking president obama's attempt to mandate paid parental leave ryan also proposed cuts to child subsidyies to low-income parents so you see why it might be raising eyebrows. he said he wanted to be vice president of the united states. a job that you imagine comes with some weekend duty and then here's the question of if this had been a woman making these same conditions, would she have been lauded in the same way? >> that's a very good question. >> it is. >> it probably helps everyone and what made it work for him, he was truly willing to walk away from the job. >> yeah. >> there's power in that. >> i do think it is refreshing to see people in public put responsibilities of their family ahead of just pure ambition. >> right. >> so i thought that was nice to see. >> great job, thanks, linsey.
well, next up in the "gma heat index," elmo is getting a new friend. "sesame street" is introducing julia, the first muppet with autism. creators say they hope julia will help increase understanding among parents and children. abc's john donvan has more. this street is getting this new face, julia, with hair of orange, eyes of green and what you cannot see right off with autism. >> and she has some behaviors like not looking at you directly in the eye. she's a little more sensitive to noises and lights, but when she comes together with abbie and elmo, she shares not only these challenges but what she shares in common. >> reporter: of course, introducing julia, a girl with autism who can speak and not all can, into "sesame street's" digital programming and into this storybook called "we're
mission, different but the same, old news on "sesame street," a show that as it happens a lot of kids with autism have always loved to watch. >> the "sesame street" campaign is really helping them see that they're not alone and for kids that don't have autism and their family, they are learning about what autism is and how kids with autism are not that dissimilar to themselves. >> reporter: which is important because, sad to say, bullying is so common. >> kids on the autism spectrum get bullied five times more often, so it's really important that we have characters like julia so children can learn to be accepting and understanding of one another. >> reporter: it's notable that "sesame street" picked a girl for this character since girls with autism are outnumbered roughly 4 to 1 by boys and often their challenges get less attention. this little muppet may help change that, and if she does, a few years from now we'll be thinking about julia the girl with autism as just plain julia, part of the gang on "sesame street."
donvan, abc news, washington. >> and joining me now to talk about what all children can learn from the newest resident of "sesame street," rachel simmons, author of "odd girl out" and co-founder of girls leadership. and, rachel, this is to learn from and parents, educators. what are the lessons here? introduces a new character they're also sending a message these issues and so empathy is going to be a big benefit here. kids are going to think about the feelings of others, social skills, i mean, the fact is autistic kids put out different cues, and they receive cues differently, so, for example, if somebody doesn't make eye contact with you, that doesn't mean they don't want to be your friend. it just means they're different and then finally, kids are going to learn to respect difference like which kid doesn't need to know that the world doesn't revolve around them. so that's a lesson every kid needs to learn over and over again. >> and another lesson. there's a study recently out
any kind of concern for others, empathy like you're talking about so this should put a dent in that. >> yeah, i think so. i think our priorities are out of whack and "sesame street" is paying attention to that. and when kids are only thinking about their own happiness, that's going to affect them in all domains so any kid learning to be kinder and more tolerant is going to see that across all areas of life. >> as we heard in john's piece, autism is almost five times more common in boys than it is in girls yet "sesame street" show chose to make the child with autism a girl. >> yes, super interesting. i mean i think "sesame street" has been building up their stable of female characters for awhile so we need more girls but at the same time this is a win for parents of girls with autism because they're going to raise awareness, not just for this issue but often the girls as a minority struggling with it. >> rachel simmons, thanks for joining us. >> thank you. let's head outside to michael. >> tory johnson is here with "deals & steals." all personalized just for you or for someone you love, so welcome, tory. what do we have going on today? >> all right. >> let's get going.
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but not least from danielle stevens, we've got a big assortment of these. they come in eight different colors, a big assortment of thread colors you can choose for your own monogram. unbelievable deal on these, okay, and they come with an optional chain inside, as well. >> how much are those originally? >> $28. all slashed by 52%, $13.50. how can you go wrong? >> 13.50, you get your own personalized monogram. >> so fun. just an adorable piece. i love it. >> you always bring us the great "deals & steals" and thanks to all these companies for providing these great deals. head to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to get the codes and links for these bargains, plus two bonus deals that you can only find online. tory johnson, you're amazing. >> ginger, over to you. >> michael, i've got the missus from mississippi and there's been such a drought mo
parts of oklahoma just west of dallas, but this weekend we'll pick up on some of the moisture that's going to be left over from hurricane patricia as it moves over mexico and you'll get anywhere from 3 to 5 inches and locally close to a foot. that's the big picture. all right.plan on a pretty decent thursday. it'll be cooler than yesterday, but we won't be dodging thunderstorms again. plan on highs into the 60-65 range from north to south. our next focus remains on the storm system set to affect our weather from friday afternoon into the evening. this will be a widespread rain, with amounts of 0.25" to 0.50" likely. plan on wet football in the area for >> they got a fired up crowd, out here, lara and it's all for you for "pop news." >> thank you, ginger, for firing it you up.
officially back, everybody. her blockbuster album "21," well, after her album "21." the "someone like you" singer has finally confirmed a new album, "25" is on the way. notice it's four years after 21 is what i was supposed to say. slow on the draw today. >> is she 25 years old? >> no, no, no. >> is that what it is? >> maybe. you know what, no follow-up, >> sorry. >> please can we start over? anyway, she'll debut the first one on october 30th. she posted a letter to her fans on twitter explaining her last album was about breaking up. her new record is about making up, making up with herself and making up for lost time. the album reportedly has a drop date sometime in november. we'll be rolling in the deep again very soon and get you answers to all of those questions and i will learn to speak english very soon. also in "pop news" this morning, amy schumer is in the news. and her star just keeps rising, so does her bank balance. "the hollywood reporter" is saying the star is getting a
at least ten times more than she earned for "trainwreck." >> awesome. >> yes, exactly. we've been talking a lot about this late which, which is why i wanted to bring it up. her next project is called "mother/daughter." she will executive produce it due in theaters may 2017 and her paycheck will be a reported $4 million to $5 million. many noting the significant step towards tightening the hollywood gender wage gap. >> great. i love that. >> yeah, she's terrific. and then there are two types of people in the world, those who appreciate a good hug. those who do not. oh, exhibit a, people. >> oh, my. >> that's an aggressive -- >> as my wonderfully punalicious producer will wrote, he has a feline, there's a hairy breakup conversation coming for these two. >> it's just a little aggressive. >> it is. >> no. he just loves -- i mean, the cat's face is amazing. >> too hard. >> and a two-fer for the finale. here you go.
he does the mash. he does "the monster mash." watch this owl mimic the stuffed -- >> ah. >> having a ball. he's getting his groove on at the eagle raptor center. it's so fun to watch but the truth is that animal is actually helping the little fellow keep him company until he's old enough to socialize with other birds. >> so cute. >> fun for us and really good for him. >> i love that. >> thank you, lara. >> "night at the roxbury" there. >> absolutely. we got a lot coming up. "gossip girl" star ed westwick is here. his wicked new role that has everyone talking. and bob saget here live dishing behind the scenes, "full house" secrets and the latest on
falls courier, the city council had hoped to raise 150 thousand dollars. but a former city council member says they only raised about 10 thousand dollars. city council had planned to put the artwork at west ridgeway avenue and chancellor drive. former council member barbara brown says the continuing controversy about roundabouts hurt the effort. the city wants to put in several of them along university avenue, but many say they will cause more problems. johnson county's biggest road project is finally done. the bridge, which passes over coralville lake, had been under construction for more than two years. the new bridge is much wider and includes a pedestrian walkway and bike trail. the mehaffey road bridge project cost about 9-million dollars. and now here's your first alert forecast. plan on a pretty decent thursday. it'll be cooler than yesterday, but we won't be dodging thunderstorms again. plan on highs into the 60-65 range from north to south. our next focus remains on the storm system set to affect our weather
>> over there. >> we're going to talk about that coming up. >> good morning. >> first you're going to help us with our "top 5" list. a very special "full house" edition and these are secrets that we don't know about each of your cast members that you're ready to spill. >> that's correct. >> never before heard secrets about the cast of "full house." starting with uncle jesse. what do we need to know about john stamos. >> he cares more about his friends and family than he does about his hair. >> that's a fact. the way. >> thank you. >> amazing. >> you always say that. great haircut. >> i try to get that lego movie hair. >> lego movie hair. >> do you want me to spill more secrets. >> candace cameron bure. >> candace loves her convictions and doesn't force them on anyone and also cares about her family more than john stamos' hair. same exact thing. >> this is called morning timing.
the big secret -- they care about your hair. >> yeah, everyone does. you guys care about my hair, right? so that is all the time we have. but i met them when they were 9 months old so when they were 3 i bought them for christmas outfits and i bought ashley like a beige suit and i bought mary katie like a black wedding thing, almost like a stevie nicks throwback outfit with a black slip underneath and bought myself a camisole and low-cut culotte onesie. >> maybe you were the start of their fashion empire. >> well, i would love to take credit for that but i think they had great taste and loved fashion at 3 years old. >> and you happen to look good in lingerie so it's all good. >> thank you for knowing that. i've got no butt though. these people know that. >> okay. on becky. >> lori laughlin. always cooked a pie. would drop it off before we get to "full house" and walk outside 25 years ago and step in a pie.
>> i think so. this doesn't sound good to say stepping in a pie first thing in the morning. >> i was afraid to follow that up. >> the last one is dave coulier. if dave married a wonderful woman no sense of smell and dave has a flatulence problem. >> oh, thank you. >> but, wait, but wait it's a miracle. her sense of smell came back. so i'm actually -- no, i'm not even kidding so i'm concerned about their marriage now because it ain't good. >> all right. well, there you go. >> now i got a new family. >> things you needed to know from the "full house" cast and see them again in "fuller house." we're really excited about that. >> netflix next year. >> congrats but you were alluding to the fact that you are our neighbor now on broadway in "hand of god." >> this amazing show i saw with no idea. my friend kevin mccollum produces it, asked if i would like to play pastor greg. a wonderful actor greg is
cast is -- there's this guy steven boyer with a puppet we believe is possessed and'm a priest, a lutheran minister which is maybe against type. >> i was just going to -- >> my comic sensibilities but i'm a good man even a righteous man and do it november 3rd to january 3rd. >> your broadway debut. >> no, i did "the clouz ski chaperon." i'm a closer. i could end this show right now and such a good show and funny show. i'd love to invite you all. you will get free seats. you guys, we'll try. >> we love having you. >> i love having you. >> oh, no. i'm so afraid. >> it's too early for this. >> george, i'll throw -- >> on the lingerie, it's all on you. >> i'm wearing it under this. >> so "hand to god." >> "hand to good" november 3rd i start running now and a
and irreverent and has a real meaning to it. i'll miss you all very much. i'll wait out here once you're back inside. >> all right, now the ultimate something borrowed, a 120-year-old wedding gown passed down from generations in one family but how did the bride transform it for her wedding? well, abc's rebecca jarvis has that story. >> reporter: talk about a throwback, this lacy victorian couture wedding gown is headed down the aisle. >> you're taking something borrowed to a whole new level. >> yes. 100% to the next level. >> reporter: 30-year-old abbie kingston plans on wearing this 120-year-old heirloom on her wedding day. >> it is my great great-grandmother's dress from 1885 and i'll be the 11th bride to wear it. >> reporter: she never dreamed she'ding able to wear it since it hadn't been properly cleaned in more than a century. >> what did it look like. >> this deep beige color. not very bridal and i put it on
>> reporter: but there was a way. >> my gosh, you look beautiful. >> thank you. >> reporter: there's a feeling of history here. we did keep the original lace belgian lace on presti who came to the rescue. >> we opened the seams and put new fabric strips underneath and fused the old fabric to the new fabric to hold together. >> reporter: taking her over 200 hours to restore the dress, a dress especially sentimental to abbie's mom leslie who wore the gown at her wedding 38 years ago. >> who would have thought a dress 120 years later could still be worn by a bride? so it's a magical dress. >> reporter: so how could the everyday woman modernize a vintage wedding gown. the first trick, change the high neckline. >> it could be made into a low "v" or scooped or it could even be made strapless if that's what
>> reporter: next get rid of the long lacy sleeves and make a more modern cap sleeve and lastly, it's all about the fit. >> a lot of it comes down to tailoring. >> yes, it should fit just like a brand-new gown. >> reporter: turning this vintage wedding dress into a perfect fit for this blushing bride. for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis, abc news, easton, pennsylvania. >> here's to hoping it can last another 120 years. rebecca, thanks so much. lara, out to you. >> thank you so much. amy, everybody's favorite "gossip girl" bad boy is coming back to tv. so happy he's coming to abc. ed westwick is the star of abc's new prime time thriller called "wicked city." and he's still stealing hearts but this time ed has a little bit of an edge. take a look. >> there's something i want to show you that i think you'll like. it'll be a party. just tell them you're sick and you got to go home. >> god, i wish but, you know, i have my patients. >> i thought we had a real connection.
we do. please, understand -- >> understand? how about understand me. what about my needs? >> joining us now is ed westwick, we just got a little glimpse and we also brought you proper english tea. >> i feel very at home. very at home. i think my mother has the exact same set. >> well, cheers to you. cheers to -- >> cups but -- >> is that totally -- i would be thrown out of the united kingdom. >> i don't know about thrown out. >> okay, good. >> it's your favorite, earl gray. >> needs a little milk in that. >> while you're preparing your tea tell us a little about what drew you to the part. it's quite a departure from your character on "gossip girl." >> "gossip girl," yeah, no, it's very different. for me from the get-go to give you a bit of background it's 1982 on the sunset strip and playing a serial killer. it's a departure from my normal life you're happy to know but get-go. something i was just like wow,
edgy, out there. the character is so multilayered so it was a real challenge of a part. so all of those things brought me into it. >> what do you think it is, ed? let's have a therapy session. you were a bad boy on "gossip girl." you were a very bad boy in this show. >> i don't think it's bad boy. this guy is a straight out monster, you know, but so it's very different from being a bad boy but as i said there's a lot more to just being a serial killer and a monster that he appears to be. >> a lot more. >> tune in and you'll -- >> you'll be shocked and ed and i were saying we've been given strict instruction not to talk about your character. these secrets have to be fun to play as an actor. >> well, that's it. i mean as i said, you know, from the get-go it was a page turner and something i knew was going to be a real challenge and adventure, so there's a lot going on. i mean, it's one of those things that is going to keep you on your toe. >> and "gossip girl" fans
crawford is also on an abc show. how is that. >> network buddies. i think he's having a great time doing "blood & oil" so wonderful to see him doing that. i feel great. >> how did you learn the american accent? did you watch tv? >> i always cracked a joke that i used to watch too much "fresh palestinians" and based it on carlton banks. >> ki hear your best carlton? it's not unusual wow. and i don't know if that merits that but -- manager for that. >> the one guy. >> but, no, it's something that i work out and one -- >> can you do a new york accent. >> from new york. >> i like it. >> and from long island. i can do that. >> i'm back in. >> listen, we're so happy to see you back on tv. >> thank you so much. >> on a show called "wicked city" on abc premiering next tuesday at 10:00, 9:00 central. we'll enjoy our tea right here
weather. >> i will do that right behind you over here. hi, ed. love ed westwick so don't we all? aren't we all having a great morning this morning? uh-huh because we're going to have another mild day along the east coast and beautiful one to go see any of those trees that still have the leaves on them. some fall foliage. beauty from connecticut. maybe a beauty to you now. weekend back to even slightly below average, philadelphia you'll get back in the low 60s.than yesterday, but we won't be dodging thunderstorms again. plan on highs into the 60-65 range from north to south. our next focus >> we're just saying good-bye to you, ed. show ed one who are time. say good-bye to america, ed. >> so good. all that weather brought to you by ashley furniture and ed. >> and ed.
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screen. >> hey. >> reporter: now he's writing books. >> we want to be one of the books of the century. >> reporter: "the explorers guild," i'll confess, right up my alley. a novel, a graphic novel, a rollicking read. there's some fairly grown-up tough there. >> yeah, left to your imagination pretty much. >> reporter: you're saying it's my imagination. >> how dare you -- >> we're saying, okay, nick, all right. >> reporter: all right, kevin. would you let your kids read i had? >> 8 years old it would have to be read to caden. i think he has to be a dash older but this is the kind of book where, you know, your grandfather could look at a 12-year-old and say let's read "the explorers guild" tonight. >> costner thinks this might become a movie. >> i would probably play ogden. >> reporter: the good ogden. there are brothers ogden, john the rugged hero, arthur slightly buffoonish. >> maybe i can talk branagh into
you get your chance to take your cuts and swing for the fences. will you repeat your successes or are you going to just push on. >> reporter: co-writer john baird brought him this idea eight years ago and costner loved it. >> he thought he would take move he more of a backseat role and adding story lines and dialogue. >> reporter: talking here at cost they're santa barbara pad. if i was you i would be tempted to sit right here looking at that view and do nothing else. >> i know what you mean. >> reporter: he says that. he won't do it. i mean obviously your experience in some pretty grand epic movies, tv. >> well, i'm not afraid of long. >> reporter: "dances with wolves," 3:56. "the explorers guild" 700 pages. >> it has heft. there is a girth to it. there's like you want to make it a big sound when it hit the table. >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, santa barbara, california. >> "the explorers guild" is in
tomorrow wake up with the hot new sounds of joe jonas and don't miss concert event. tomorrow turn it to "good morning america" presented by carmax. >> chris cornell is known as the cheap architect of the grunge movement, the front man for three multiplatinum rock band sound garden audio slave and temple of the dog and a grammy winner by the way on an acoustic world tour and his current album "higher truth" is available right now. here is chris cornell with the debut song "nearly forgot my
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the bright side of car buying things about to turn fast and furious when vin diesel hits "gma." plus, dads of america. would you know how to get crayon off the wall. we have dad hacks tomorrow even moms will say -- >> wow. >> i was just transported back to my grunge-loving college days. thank you, chris cornell. i appreciate that. voice, so great. >> thank you and thank you. have a great thursday, everybody.
[ cheers and applause ] some parents in iowa city say there are overwhelmed with messages about threats at school. last week, the iowa city school board voted to parents. that was after west high school didn't report a student who threatened to bring a gun to school on social media. has reported three incidents since lastwedneay. thea city community s any alleged
then decide the correct response. the school district says it didn't send any alerts to high school parents. one came from a junior high and 17 were from elementary schools. law enforcement teams are turning to teens to help stop violence in eastern iowa. the marion police chief and the u-s attorney for iowa's northern district visited marion high school during their lunch hour yesterday. they talked with them about a pledge where students say they won't bring guns to school or use guns to settle personal disputes. and now here's your first alert forecast. plan on a pretty decent thursday. it'll be cooler than yesterday, but we won't be dodging thunderstorms again. plan on highs into the 60-65 range from north to south. our next focus remains on the storm system set to affect our weather from friday afternoon into the evening. this will be a widespread rain, with amounts of 0.25" to 0.50" likely. plan on