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good morning, america. breaking overnight, state of emergency. charlotte ignites for a second night. protests turn violent. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> one person in critical condition. angry demonstrators throw bottles, stomping on cars. this reporter knocked to the ground. police in riot gear fire tear gas. the national guard and state troopers called in amid new questions about that deadly police shooting and the gun officers say they found on the scene. >> i will fix it. donald trump promoting his plan overnight to end the violence. >> i would do stop and frisk. i think you have to. >> trying to recruit black voters with a controversial policy.
>> hillary clinton weighing in on those deadly shootings. >> it's unbearable and needs to become intolerable. >> and stepping off the campaign trail preparing for monday's big showdown. >> satisfied? hollywood twist. >> not for years. >> now kiss me. >> the award winning actress accused of having an affair with brad pitt now speaking out for the first time. shooting down speculation and sharing a message for brad and angelina. and near miss. the scary moment on the runway. the danger this pilot never saw coming. what this stuntman is saying this morning about the closest of calls. and good morning, america. we want to get right to that breaking news. state of emergency in north carolina after a second night of protests. >> take a look at these images. demonstrators and police clashing as hundreds filled the streets there in charlotte. another violent night.
at least seven people including four officers injured. and take a look at this morning's cover of "the charlotte observer" showing an officer and a protester working together to carry a wound man. to take care of a wounded man. let's get the latest from eva pilgrim on the scene in north carolina. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, george. state of emergency, you can see the damage to this business behind me. the windows broken, the inside of it flipped inside out. businesses here like bank of america, telling employees not to come into work today after another night of violent protests. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> reporter: overnight protests turning violent leaving one person on life support this morning after being shot by another protester according to police. >> makes me sick. why does it have to be like this? >> this was a peaceful protest. >> reporter: the critically injured man shot outside the omni hotel. hotels trying to keep guests safe.
protesters marching into the heart of charlotte. police in riot gear. as they fire tear gas to try and disperse the crowd. this trash can thrown into the bank of america building. people looting the charlotte hornets' team store running out with armfuls of clothes. at least seven people injured including four police officers. this cnn reporter knocked over in the chaos. this man hit with tear gas. the protests in response to the fatal police shooting of 43-year-old keith lamont scott who was shot outside an apartment complex on tuesday. >> the police just shot my daddy four times for being black. >> reporter: his daughter facebook livestreaming outside the scene. she says he was reading a book and unarmed. but police say scott had a gun and wouldn't drop it despite being told repeatedly to do so. our affiliate wsoc obtaining this photo of what police say is the weapon recovered at the scene.
>> mr. scott exited his vehicle armed with a handgun as the officers continued to yell at him to drop it. >> he got out of his car. he walked back there so he could comply and obviously complying still gets you murdered. because that's what happened. >> reporter: authorities identifying the officer who fired the shot as brentley vinson, also african-american and now on paid leave. renewed calls this morning from the aclu for the police to release any body cam or dash cam video have that shows what happened. the police chief saying they will not release that video until this investigation is complete. robin. >> all right, eva, thank you very much. and joining us now is the mayor of charlotte, jennifer roberts. thank you so much for being with us this morning. a prayerful, a peaceful prayer vigil turned into a second night of violence. mayor, what is it going to take to return calm to your city? >> well, we want people to know that we are open for business
today. that our center city is open, and the streets are open, and we are hoping for a peaceful day. we are preparing for this evening, and we know that a peaceful protest, and many folks who do want to express their views peacefully turned into something else last night. and, you know, we had several faith leaders last night who were in the crowd who were linking arms and trying to put themselves between the police and the protesters. and working to calm things down. we have great folks in our community who really want this to be peaceful and want us to have constructive dialogue to move our city forward. >> and many are wondering and are asking, are you considering a curfew? implementing a curfew? >> we certainly are going to talk about that today. we did sign a statement last night to declare a state of emergency which gives us that authority. >> you mentioned constructive dialogue and yesterday you spoke
with president obama. what did he tell you? >> president obama was gracious enough to call and say that his thoughts are with the city of charlotte, that if there are federal resources that he can help with, that he knows there are many cities in america that are facing the same thing as we work very hard to overcome some of the racial divisions that we still have in our country. >> so, jennifer roberts, as people wake up in your city after a second night of violence, what is your message to them this morning and for the rest of the country that is watching? >> my message to the citizens of charlotte is that we are open, that we are working together to get through this difficult time, we are a can-do city and a collaborative city and a place that welcomes visitors, that includes all voices at the table and we are determined to work together to make sure that we return to that state of collaboration, so i tell our
citizens to have peaceful protest, and to strive to work together. >> many are hoping for the same. mayor jennifer roberts, thank you very much for your time this morning. all the best to you. >> thanks for having me. thank you. and many are hoping that by seeing the video that will ease concerns or let people know, well, will let people know one way or another. what really happened there, and that can help. >> the mayor will see it first, and you are going to head to washington, and you will speak with president obama about this. >> this will be a topic of discussion with him and we will have his response tomorrow morning on "gma." >> that is coming up. this comes in the middle of the race to secede president obama. north carolina highly contested state, and both donald trump and hillary clinton are weighing in with 47 days until the final vote. cecilia vega and tom llamas covering clinton and trump. and let's start the tom. hey, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning.
from the get go in his campaign, donald trump has done things in an unconventional manner and that's one way to describe his outreach to black voters during a swing through the battleground state of ohio. in his pitch to black voters, donald trump, promoting a controversial policy, stop and frisk. >> i want to know what would you do to help stop that violence, you know, black on black crime. >> right. well, one of the things i'd do ricardo, is i would do stop and frisk. i think you have to. we did it in new york. it worked incredibly well and you have to be proactive. >> reporter: but new york abandoned the tactic which some argue encourages racial profiling by police. >> it's so unsafe where you walk down the street and you get shot or your child gets shot. >> reporter: the republican nominee's outreach hitting an awkward note in cleveland. trump inviting former boxing promoter, don king, to introduce him during a meeting with black pastors. king, once convicted of manslaughter, was discussing
racism in america when he said the "n" word in church. >> if you are intelligent, intellectual, you're an intellectual negro. if you are a dancing and sliding [ bleep ] -- i mean, negro. >> reporter: trump praying with those pastors and seeming to side with the family of an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by a police officer in tulsa. >> to me looked like a -- you know, somebody that was doing what they were asking him to do, and this young officer, i don't know what she was thinking. did she get scared? was she choking? what happened? >>
reporter: hillary clinton on the trail in florida, also weighing in on the police shootings of to tulsa and charlotte. >> we have two more names to add to a list of african-americans killed by police officers in these encounters. it's unbearable and it needs to become intolerable. >> reporter: clinton praising police, but admitting more work could be done to bring communities together. >> look, i know i don't have all the answers. i don't know anyone who does.
but this is certain. too many people have lost their lives who shouldn't have. >> reporter: now we're just four days away from the first presidential debate, and there is concern within the trump campaign that he is not doing enough to prepare. hillary clinton is taking time off the trail to prepare, trump has a full schedule. he was going to focus more this weekend but now he's added an event. sources do tell us they've uploaded previous hillary clinton debate performances onto an ipad so trump can study them and practice. george. >> okay, tom,
thanks very much. a few more days to go and michael, i see you'll talk to cecilia vega now. >> cecilia is down in orlando with the clinton campaign as mrs. clinton prepares for the debate and good morning to you, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, michael, good morning to you. the clinton team says monday's big debate is possibly the biggest night of this race so far. we're talking about two different candidates here. two very different styles of debate prep. you heard tom say that trump's team is a little concerned he might not be preparing enough. clinton's team says this is basically all she's doing, off
the trail starting today in these intensive debate preps. she is studying briefing books, and doing mock debates with a donald trump stand-in, and reviewing foot on to get a sense of what he's like on that debate stage. the clinton team tells us they are worried about one thing, they're not sure which donald trump will show up, whether he'll be the aggressive candidate or the more reserved one. they say that's made it tough for them to prepare for. >> she has to prepare for two people obviously, but you mentioned mock debates. is there someone a stand-in for donald trump and if so, who is it? >> reporter: the clinton team is keeping this one very close to the vest. they're not telling us who is playing it, but i'll tell you this, "shark tank" star mark cuban says he volunteered to play donald trump. he also says the campaign never returned his e-mails on that one, michael. >> very interesting. >> let's bring in matt dowd to talk about this. i want to get to the base in a
second, but we have the new polls that are out showing that hillary clinton may be firming up her position with a six-point lead in the four-way race. although donald trump still holding very close in those battleground states. >> yeah. i think the fascinating thing about this race is the equilibrium seems to be about hill i with a three or four-point lead. for donald trump he's never taken a lead in the game. he's gotten in the red zone a number of different times, but never actually taken the the lead. >> that brings us to the debate. a big debate about debates, whether they matter or not. they tend to reinforce where the race is already heading. some big exceptions, 1960, kennedy/nixon. 1980, ronald reagan. a lot of people think this year could be different as well. >> i think these debates will matter more than anything else. we've seen hillary clinton spend $100 million on ads that has no effect on the race and seen donald trump add a whole new campaign team, not really an effect on the race. i remember in 2004, george bush who i was working for, had a six-point lead going into the first debate. he didn't do well. we came out of the debate dead even in the race, so i think that's the possibility for this.
>> second debate that flows from this. what's going to matter what people see on monday night or what they hear and talk about tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday. >> determining a debate winner is two different things, one, how do they perform on monday night, and what goes back and forth in that but really in the aftermath, what are people talking about? al gore won the first debate, but in the conversation in the aftermath of that in 2000 george bush turned out to be the winner. >> the whole team will be there 9:00 eastern on abc on monday night. >> lots of folks will be watching as you know, george. to the latest on those bombings in new york. the fbi trying to find these mystery men seen here on surveillance tape in chelsea saying they could be possible witnesses. abc's linsey davis is on the scene where one of the bombs was found. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. police want to stress that the two men they are looking for are witnesses only and are not facing any criminal charges. this morning, the fbi is asking for the public's help in locating these two men who authorities believe found this
un-detonated pressure cooker bomb in a suitcase here in chelsea on 27th street on saturday. >> they are witnesses. there are no criminal charges. they're not in any jeopardy of being arrested. >> reporter: authorities say surveillance video shows the two men removing the improvised explosive device from the bag and then leaving the vicinity, ditching the device but walking away with the suitcase. >> they removed what turned out to be a pressure cooker and placed it on the sidewalk and they rolled the bag away. >> reporter: this image was taken saturday night just a few blocks away, and within an hour of another device actually exploding on west 23rd street. but it was this device with at least a dozen fingerprints found on it, that led the fbi to the suspected bomber, ahmad rahami. authorities believe the suitcase could contain even more vital evidence. >> it could be a rich environment full of other things. >> reporter: now new video is emerging of rahami seen here in a hair salon next to the family's fried chicken restaurant just one day before the attacks in new york and new jersey. investigators are also inspecting rahami's backyard
where it's believed he detonated explosives in the days leading up to the attacks, a sort of test run. we're also getting a closer look at the journal he was carrying when police took him down. now bloodied with a bullet hole, authorities say it contains references to jihad, and attacking nonbelievers. investigators say they're still trying to determine if rahami had help. as for those two mystery men, the fbi says that it's possible that they how were able to disrupt the device preventing it from going off. they also add that those two men are very, very lucky they didn't get hurt. robin. >> hopefully they will be found soon. thank you, linsey. now to amy with the morning's other top stories starting with a crash of a military jet? that's right, robin, a u.s. marine fighter jet crashed into the pacific ocean off okinawa the jet similar to this one, crashed shortly after takeoff. the pilot ejected safely and was rescued by an air force helicopter. the cause of this crash, still under investigation. and a dramatic crash off the coast of greece. take a look at that.
an apache helicopter plunging into the sea. nose down. the engine apparently failed during a training exercise. remarkably though, both pilots survived. a firefighter has died battling the massive wildfire burning in central california. ryan osler was killed when his water truck overturned. the fire at vandenberg air force base is 70% contained now, but crews are worried, heavy winds could whip up that fire once again. crews have been working to restore power to puerto rico. millions of people were plunged into a blackout after a fire crippled the island's main power plant. water service has also been limited in that area. finally, it's not your fault if you feel like skipping the gym today. according to science, we are wired that way. in an article now going viral, and understandably so, a harvard researcher explains humans evolved to rest as much as possible to conserve energy so they could go hunt for food and escape predators so it is, guys, our evolutionary instinct to be lazy.
so if you don't feel like going to the gym you can blame the hunters and the gatherers. >> if you're watching us on the treadmill right now, feel tree to stop. no, keep going. thanks, amy. from the kicker to the close call, now to a scary moment on the runway. abc's david kerley has more on this near-miss. >> reporter: it's the moment air racing pilot, tom richard, never saw coming. it's a fellow pilot striking him from behind at 60 miles an hour. shearing off part of the plane's tail and coming very close to his head. >> it happened so fast. i spun around faster than the blink of an eye. >> reporter: the plan was for the eight planes to take off at the same time for the race. but with engine trouble, richard's plane is shut down. he signals to abort the takeoff opening his canopy to caution the other pilots and signal officials. a message they didn't receive in time. steve senegal was piloting the other plane, video from inside his cockpit shows the dramatic impact too.
>> how are you doing? are you hurt? >> reporter: the first thought on both pilots' minds, concern for each other. >> yeah, i'm okay. are you okay? i didn't see you. >> reporter: for "good morning america," david kerley, abc news, washington. >> so close. >> that's close. >> good thing both pilots walked away. minor injuries, no one seriously hurt. >> thank goodness for that. let's go to ginger right now. a lot of flooding in the midwest. >> talking about this coming yesterday. now the flash flood emergency that was declared overnight in parts of minnesota. just north of minneapolis, and then also in parts of iowa and wisconsin, dozens of roads closed. and then in virginia, they have had the remnants of julia up against a stationary front bringing them a lot of flooding. we still have flash flood warnings this morning, lots of rain falling in northeast iowa, west central wisconsin and a couple of areas of concern across the country. your local weather in 30
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someone is accused of using nearly 12 million kbgallons of water in a single year in the middle of california's drought and nick watt is on the case. we have that coming up. >> that is coming up. we begin -- yes, a lot of water. we begin with new developments in brad pitt and angelina jolie's divorce. his co-star going public to deny she has anything to do with the breakup and making a big announcement of her own. abc's matt gutman is in los angeles with more. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, robin, good morning. in a testy statement from cotillard, instead of denying the affairs outright, she reveals that she's pregnant, and that the father is not brad pitt, but the man she's been with for years, the father of the french couple's 5-year-old son, that as we learn from sources close to jolie and pitt that a third party is not the cause of the split. overnight a flat out denial from the actress accused of having an affair with brad pitt. >> now kiss me.
>> reporter: academy award-winning actress, marion cottilard who stars with pitt in the upcoming film "allied" writing on instagram this is going to be my first and only reaction to the whirlwind news that i was swept up into. i'm not used to commenting on things like this nor taking them seriously, but as the situation is spiraling, affecting people i love, i have to speak up. the 40-year-old who has a 5-year-old son with her partner, actor and director guillaume canet saying, "many years ago i met the man of my life, father of our son and of the baby we are expecting. he is my love, my best friend, the only one that i need." sources on tuesday telling abc news there was no third party involved in the breakup between pitt and his partner of 12 years, angelina jolie. for her part, cotillard wishing the pair the best, saying, i do very much wish that angelina and brad, both of whom i deeply respect, will find peace in this
very tumultuous moment. >> satisfied? >> not for years. >> reporter: this as more information is coming out about the days before jolie filed for divorce from her husband and former co-star. a source close to the actress telling "people" magazine that days before filing on her own, she sat down, talked to brad and offered to file for divorce together. a source close to pitt telling "people," he knew his marriage was in trouble and had been in counseling, saying he begged her to press pause, not to reconcile but prepare their children for the massive upheaval to come. >> brad, quite honestly is heartbroken and devastated. his concern first and foremost is with his children. >> reporter: insiders also telling the magazine that since the couple got married two years og, ago, jolie has changed, wanting to focus more on her
missions with the united nations than on hollywood and that earlier this year, she seemed troubled and almost depressed. almost depressed. angelina said she was just bored. it seems she had been looking for a new life for awhile and that brad just doesn't fit in. but where he always did seem to fit in was with their six children. and that's why those "people" sources say pitt was so upset with what is going on, blind sided by jolie's request in the divorce papers for sole physical custody of the kids which could mean pitt's access to the kids would be supervised entirely by jolie. now, pitt has yet to legally respond to those divorce papers. guys. >> all right, matt, thank you. we'll turn to a new investigation into donald trump's international business deals. here with our chief investigative correspondent, brian ross. you've been digging into his ties with russia >> that's right. despite what donald trump has claimed to you and to others an abc news investigation has found his real estate fortunes have benefited greatly from russian investors and their millions potentially putting a get tough u.s. policy with russia in direct conflict with his bottom line.
>> reporter: with his beauty pageants and his buildings, donald trump has been promoting himself to russians for years. traveling to moscow and other former soviet states with his children. his daughter, ivanka, posted these pictures on social media as she pushed the trump brand in azerbaijan. >> i'm here in azerbaijan. >> reporter: yet as a candidate, trump has sought to minimize any business connections to russia as in this interview with george. >> will i sell condos to russians on occasion? probably. but i have no relationship to russia. >> reporter: but the head of a russian-american chamber of commerce sergei millian who says he worked on trump licensed projects, told abc news there were extensive connections. >> the level of business amounts to hundreds of millions of dollars that he received as a result of interaction with russian businessmen. >> reporter: hundreds of millions of dollars from russian businessmen? >> correct.
>> reporter: trump made millions, selling moscow rights for the miss universe pageant to a russian oligarch with a man the fbi considers a top russian mafia figure invited into the vip section. the developer of a trump license hotel project in toronto is a russian born billionaire and russian language promotional videos attracted hundreds of wealthy russians to buy condos in trump licensed projects in florida until u.s. sanctions cut off the flow. now, trump says he's open to lifting those sanctions. >> we'll be looking at that, yeah, we'll be looking. go ahead. >> reporter: he likes russia because there's money to be made. >> he likes russia because he likes beautiful russian ladies and he likes talking to them, of course, and he likes to be able to make a lot of money with russians, yes, correct. >> reporter: trump says there will be no conflict in dealing with russia if he is elected because his children will run his business in a blind trust. >> he's still going to know what the businesses are. >> no, he won't. we will not discuss. >> how will he not? >> we won't discuss that.
it doesn't matter. trust me. >> but a leading ethics lawyer says that does not solve the problem. >> well, i don't see how you have a blind trust when you know what's in the blind trust. the appearance is that a foreign government or other foreign organization has influence over the president of the united states. >> reporter: trump's lawyer tells abc news that all this interest in trump's business in russia is overblown. the campaign says the republican candidate has not decided whether he would or would not lift u.s. sanctions, only that he's looking at it. >> brian, the lawyer did not deny hundreds of millions of dollars in investments? >> no, just that it's overblown, our interest in it. >> okay, brian ross, thanks very much. >> over to michael and see what's coming up on the big board. coming up on our big board, chipotle's big comeback. can they win over customers over those e.coli outbreaks? an nba star, derrick rose, accused of sexual assault. a judge says his accuser has to reveal her identity. areva is taking on the case when our insiders join us in two minutes. there they are. wave, everybody, wave.
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of insiders here live to weigh in on today's top stories. we're going to begin with new developmen developments, and now a los angeles judge has ruled that derrick rose's accuser cannot remain anonymous at her civil trial, but her lawyers are arguing she will not be safe if her identity is revealed. legal analyst areva martin is here and, areva, this one was surprising to me. i thought privacy for a possible victim is always paramount. >> well, george, this is a civil lawsuit in federal court, and the federal rules require that parties identify themselves. the court has to weigh the plaintiff's claim in this case that she will suffer harm against the public's interest in a trial and let's face it, our system prefers openness. the court in this case looked at her claims and said, there's not enough evidence that you will suffer harm that outweighs the public's right to be informed
about this case. >> now, areva, if her identity is revealed, does that really have a major effect on the case? >> well, some say it makes the case fairer. the judge was concerned that derrick rose would be prejudiced if she was allowed to conceal her identity. this isn't really a surprising ruling. there are lots of high-profile cases including lawsuits that were filed after 9/11 where plaintiffs attempted to remain anonymous where federal judges said, no, the public has a right and interest in these federal proceedings, and again, there's that federal court rule that says parties must be identified. so not all that surprising what the judge ruled in this case. >> got to keep our eye on that one. >> thank you. the new outrage over pharmaceutical price gouging in the epipen, lawmakers on capitol hill grilling the ceo of mylan over the significant cost increase of its life-saving device on wednesday and dr. jennifer ashton joins us now to talk about that and, dr. ashton,
when discussing the tactics of mylan, the committee used a word disgusting and astounding but the ceo didn't back down and did not say they were going to lower prices or anything like that. what's your take on these hearings? >> well, i mean our drug situation in this country, michael, is really in critical condition. it's a complicated issue. the fact of the matter is a lot of the high drug costs and, by the way, we spend more on prescription medication in this country than any other country in the world. a large part of that high cost comes from market exclusivity which is from government protected monopoly rights which are granted to drug companies like mylan. so does it seem greedy? yes. is it upsetting? yes. and you know what? and to remember, drug companies are in the business to make money. doctors and health care providers who have to look a patient in the eye when they say, i can't afford this medication, things are getting really bad. so something has to be done. >> and, jen, people are outraged
now as well and you think seeing something like the hearing might give other companies pause, but i can't believe when i saw this headline yesterday, this other company novum pharma raised the price of an acne cream, a tube of acne cream from $241 to nearly $10,000. how do they think they can get away with this in this environment? >> i mean that's an expensive pimple, right, george? i mean, listen. to be clear, it forces doctors and patients to change their behavior, right? it forces doctors to write different prescriptions that they might not be comfortable with. a lot of people think doctors get kickbacks for writing a certain medication. we don't. so we need to look for generics and other options and there's lots of ways to treat acne. so people can feel good about that. >> might be seeing some other hearings. >> another way for $10,000. >> no kidding. let's move on. thank you, jen. to a safety makeover for chipotle. the fast food giant rolling out a massive ad campaign this morning.
nearly a year after two e. coli outbreaks sickened customers and includes a full page in "the new york times" and this new video from the ceo. >> our suppliers have implemented additional proven steps that eliminate or dramatically eliminate food safety risks before food ever reaches chipotle. we are pioneering advanced technologies, including using high pressure to avoid safety issues without changing the flavor of the ingredients. >> let's talk about this from rick newman from yahoo! finance. stocks nosedived since this e. coli outbreak. does in help? will it turn things around? >> three things to get through a crisis, one, take responsibility, don't blame other people. two, be transparent, and three, convince people you've solved it. solve it quickly. chipotle gets good marks for the first two. this problem popped up several types in the last 12 months and that's their problem is they could not convince people they've got it done so now they're doing full page ads showing that video. you know what they're not doing, not showing you their food and not making you hungry for a burrito. so i really enjoyed the part of
that video about comprehensive sanitizer protocols but it just doesn't make me want to go to chipotle. they need to get us excited about the food again. >> you know, rick, before the food issues, they did show burritos, and made me hungry but they were thriving, one of the most popular companies out there but have you ever seen a company turn on a dime like this and do you think they'll be able to sway the public back to their side? >> it happens. what happened with samsung smartphones catching on fire and samsung said we'll fix the problem but did not say here's how we'll do it right away. it's taking weeks, and they are leaving their customers hanging. i think chipotle's coming back. i think it's just taking them a lot longer than they expected. >> george, i'm buying you a burrito after work today. >> after work. >> buying you a burrito. rick, thank you. dr. ashton, thank you. areva, thank you, as well. coming up in just two minutes, the search for the so-called, wet prince of bel air
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♪ this is the story how did i know they were going to play this. the hunt is on for the homeowner dubbed the wet prince of bel air, who used almost 12 million gallons of water in a single year. this, of course, during california's crippling drought. nick watt is in l.a. he's on the search. hey, nick. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, we got a mystery on our hands because using a lot of water is not illegal. utility companies will tell us how much the big guzzlers use and roughly where they live, but they will not name and shame. the search is narrowed to lovely bel air. ♪ the so-called wet prince of bel air, still anonymous, but the center for investigative reporting is taking a research guess. i mean you're basically looking for who has the greenest yard. >> yeah, the greenest and wettest yard.
>> reporter: a retired broadcast ceo with a six-acre yard, did he use enough water to flush 14 toilets nonstop day and night for an entire year? >> this much water has got to be mostly landscaping. >> reporter: i'm going to bel air undercover. i'm pretty sure this is how people dress around here. i can't see anything. this is pointless. our investigative friends used satellites and algorithms used to study soil moisture and crops. so you guys you think you've narrowed it down to seven most lukely suspe likely suspects, right? >> that's true. >> reporter: retail heiress, soap opera producer. both gave no comments. will the wet prince or princess be thrown in jail? no. for now under california law overhydration is not a crime. as long as you pay for what you use. and by the way, 11.8 million gallons of water will cost you around $90,000, but if you are
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. state of emergency in north carolina. violent protests in charlotte for a second straight night. demonstrators throw bottles, stomp on cars, knocking a reporter to the ground. the national guard and state troopers called in and big new questions raised about the deadly police shooting and the gun officers say was there at the scene. ♪ safe and sound parenting alert. let your kids eat dirt? the research saying it's time to stop being so sanitized and quit worrying about germs when it comes to your kids. hmm. dr. besser breaks it down for us. ♪ you're so beautiful "deals & steals." supersize beauty edition from makeup to face masks and the one final unbelievable deal that we're counting down to. tory has you looking good for less. tory, you take this. i'm over here hydrating. >> good morning, america. ♪
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let's get the morning rundown from amy the big story this morning a state of emergency in charlotte, north carolina, after a second night of violent protests and rioting stemming from the police shooting of keith scott. one person was critically wounded during the gunfire overnight and abc's eva pilgrim is there with the latest. good morning, eva. >> reporter: amy, chaos again overnight in response to a fatal police shooting. a governor of north carolina declaring a state of emergency busing in the national guard overnight and you can see just one of the shops that was damaged in this chaos. people breaking windows, looting stores, police dressed in riot gear firing tear gas trying to break up the crowd. the police line taking hours to restore order. one man on life support shot by another protester in front of the omni hotel. the mayor of charlotte saying earlier on "good morning america" they are considering a curfew to help maintain calm. >> we have great folks in our community who really want this to be peaceful and want us to have constructive dialogue to move ourty forward. >> renewed call this is morning by the aclu for police to
release any body cam or dash cam video that shows what happened. the police chief saying they will not release that video until this investigation is complete. amy. >> thank you, eva. days before the first debate the presidential candidates weighing in on the police shootings in charlotte and tulsa this morning. donald trump said the unrest is due to a, quote, lack of:30 between whites and blacks and is calling for a national stop and frisk policy to allow police to stop and search anyone they deem suspicious. hillary clinton called the shootings unbearable but acknowledged there are many facts we don't know yet and that is the news. we'll send it back to you guys. >> all right, amy, thank you very much. lara, news that goes "pop." >> it is time for "pop news" and madame tussauds isn't wasting any time and separated the brad pitt and angelina jolie wax figures at their museum in london, new york, las vegas and hollywood. the figures unveiled for pitt's 50th birthday are now at a
respectful distance from one another according to a spokesperson from the museum. >> it was a friendly separation. >> yeah. well done. well done. >> it was an uncoupling. >> they did a conscious uncoupling. exactly. thank you. next up the childhood summer home of jackie kennedy is on the market. it is outrageously expensive. goodness, though, it is gorgeous. i had to show you, george. it's on the market for $38 million. this was the bouvier's weekend retreat throughout the 1920s. look at that. built in 1917. the east hampton estate includes a beautiful main house with a heated swimming pool. it's got a people house, guest house, seven acres, prime real estate in east hampton. if you want they're selling another four-acre lot that includes the home's grass tennis court. >> ooh, grass tennis court. >> yeah. >> that's hard to find. hard to find. >> that will cost an extra 15 million. >> what? >> so reel 53 for the entire -- >> exactly. all yours for 53 million. >> i bet you could get it for 50. >> i'm not even trying.
>> i know that they're sort of, you know, aspirational, those houses but fun to look at. >> oh, yeah. >> the history behind that, as well. >> can't you just see a young jackie kennedy then bouvier running around the lawn. i don't know. i like to fantasy size about real estate. anyway, that's me. how about you guys? finally a little golf news, you two. i know you like to golf. bill murray taking a swing at the fashion business teeing up for the launch of a golf apparel line with his brothers. the collection of golf gear, it's called the william murray golf line taps into the family's experience as both caddies and players, maybe not the classic role in "caddyshack." it consists of polo shirts, button down shirts that's become part of bill's signature look on the course. the full line debuts october 21st online. these guys -- >> really good. >> he's a great golfer? >> supposed to be, yeah. >> i did something with him and played a few holes with him. he is a good golfer. i'm surprised it took so long. >> for him to do a line? >> yeah. >> if it was you it would have been years ago. >> years ago. i'm going to get some october 21st.
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it says parents should let their kids get their hands dirty and it could actually help their immune systems and mara schiavocampo here with all the details. hey, mara. >> reporter: good morning, george. i think it's pretty safe to say our kids have never been so clean. they're constantly getting wiped down and covered in hand sanitizer but now some are saying we've gone too far, that some germs are actually good for our kids helping them build a healthy immune system and keep certain diseases away. there's no way around it. moms can be germophobes and melissa willis, mother of three girls, is one of them. >> i just worry about what they touch and then if they're going to put their hands in their mouth or in their eyes. >> reporter: but there is new evidence that exposing kids to dirt can actually be good for them. the scientists behind the new book "let them eat dirt" argue that keeping our kids too clean shields them from certain microbes that are essential for a healthy immune system. >> if we miss out on that exposure, the immune system is not going to mature.
>> reporter: and the authors say that means putting your kids at a higher risk of asthma, diabetes and even obesity. one of the best ways to get those microbes, playing in the dirt. the researchers say children, especially those under 5, should be allowed to be barefoot outside and get dirty within limits. >> we do have to think -- let your kid lick the floor in your own house but probably not in the subway station. >> reporter: the authors also say it's okay to allow people to hold and touch your newborn and even to let the family dog give him a lick. >> that dog will come and lick you and your kids and that's a good thing. they're basically bringing the outdoors into your home. >> can you smile? >> reporter: the authors say kids don't have to wash their hands after being outside and don't panic if the pacifier falls on the floor. >> put it in your own mouth and back in the kid. don't wash it. studies show that is actually beneficial in terms of decreasing asthma and obesity.
>> reporter: still all of this is a little much for germophobe mom melissa who chronicled her germ fears in a blog post for babycenter.com. >> you don't want to put your kids in a bubble. that's not healthy for them either but it's hard not to want to protect them from germs. >> kids today also spend a lot less time outside than they did 20 years ago, which could be part of the problem, and these researchers also say, parents, don't be so quick to give antibiotics for everything, save them for when you really need them. robin, the good news is, by the time you get to the second kid you're giving them the dirty pacifier and toy. >> we were both talking about that. we're both the youngest. by the time they got to us they were like, yeah, dirty pacifier. >> i was number four, same thing. >> all right, mara, thank you. chief health and medical editor dr. richard besser is here. he's little jody. okay. playing in dirt. even having a dog lick you, it's saying yes but, you know, there are some parents still saying, wait a minute. >> i know. i know.
i have to tell you i love this book. you know, it flies in the face of everything we've been saying about germs and health and, you know, it's the hottest area of scientific research saying the germs and bacteria in and on our body are very important for health. and children who go out and play in dirt, they're being exposed to all kinds of bacteria that could be reeled to their health. and so we want our children to go outside and get dirty. we did it when we were little and kids now being sterilized and then dogs, there's studies that show that children who live in households that have dogs have lower rates of asthma, lower rates of allergy, that dogs are going outside and bringing back bacteria and licking us, and if you look at the bacteria in dogs and in the people who own, they are very similar. you don't see it with cats because cats live in a different way and there may be health benefits from kidding being exposed to dogs early. >> look at those beautiful eyes. >> he's so sweet. this is little jody. >> you can finish talking. >> yeah. >> how about washing your hands? you've often said it's good but this book is saying you don't have to do it as much. what's the guideline? >> exactly, so hand washing, it definitely is the best way
to fight off germs and colds and things but we're hyper focused. the best way to wash your hands is with good old plain soap and water. you don't want anti-bacterial soap. it doesn't add a health benefit. i don't recommend it at all. you don't need to wash your hands as much so after using the bathroom or before you eat, you know, when you have been in a crowded mall or on a subway, you want to wash your hands, when you've been with someone who is sick but if your child comes in from playing outside you don't need to wash their hands. that's not the time to do it. the germs they have on them, just let it go. >> antibiotics, in the book it says they're wonder drugs that aren't so wonderful. >> yeah, so they're wonder drugs when you have a bacterial infection, you have strep throat, you have pneumonia, something where the drug is going to cure that infection. but they don't just kill that germ. they kill off the healthy bacteria in our bodies too, so you want to make sure you're not getting an antibiotic when you don't need one. you never want to pressure your doctor to give you an antibiotic to get your kid back to school or to get you back to work faster. it just isn't the way to health. >> okay.
>> you want to tell us a little more about jody? >> so jody is from the new york humane society. he's available for adoption. he's a 5-year-old neutered chihuahua. but here's the thing, don't just adopt jody because you love dog slime, and it's going to make you healthy, right? you want to have a dog. they are a lot of work. we have dogs at home. i love dogs and jody is looking for a wonderful home for someone who really wants to care for heher. >> 5 years old. no, no, no. not lara. lara has like a kennel. >> she wants another one. i want to take jody home. my dogs are going to be very jealous. >> my little lucas is jealous. he watches every morning. the book "let them eat dirt" is out now. coming up, get ready for huge savings. big beauty "deals & steals" right, jody? it's coming up next. >> you're beautiful right now.
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good morning. it is 8:27 and i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. breaking news out of san francisco, about an hour ago police got a call from muni abouta suspicious package at a bus stop near south van ness and market. officers have blocked off the area. let's go over to alexis smith to see how traffic is being affected. >> we have a closure of van ness so we are seeing delays on the traffic flows. let's zoom into san francisco and we have all lanes blocked between mission and market. so as you could see, we have delays building in either direction. if you could avoid that, i highly recommend it. still no estimate on when we will get that back open. >> d
and it is a breezy morning around the bay area. winds right now in a lot of spots close to 20 miles per hour. so future-tracker temperatures as we show you the morning and 60s. by midday, slow warming, most spots still holding in the 60s. reggie. >> first day of fall, we should be excited about it. looks good out there. another update in about 30 minutes and always on our news app and abc7news.com. join natasha, mike, alexis,
jessica and me every week day from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. the news continues. stay right there for ♪ ♪ go crazy crazy welcome back to "gma." i hope you come to new york city and you will come like these fine folks and come see us here in the studio. >> absolutely. [ applause ] thank you for being here. absolutely. >> well, we're very appreciative of everybody being here and i'm interested to hear what everybody has to say about this topic that i'm bringing to the table today. who doesn't love a good tearjerker movie? >> yeah. >> i do. >> what's your favorite tearjerker? >> "the notebook." >> how about you, george? >> "terms of endearment." >> i ask this every day. >> "terms of endearment." >> what's yours? >> "the notebook."
>> how about you? >> "bambi." >> i was not expecting that at all. >> that's so sad. i mean right off the bat. >> "the lion king," same thing. >> but the reason i'm asking because oxford university did a study and in this they said that it brings you closer to watch sad movies and also and puts out endorphins that increases your pain tolerance as well and did a wall sit so they did a wall sit and found that people could hold their wall sit 13% longer after they watched a sad movie because of the endorphins it created. >> huh. >> wow. >> here's my -- one of my favorite movies right here. >> i wrote you every day for a year. >> you wrote me? >> yes. >> it wasn't over. it still isn't over. >> i feel closer to you.
i feel closer to you right now. >> do you fee stronger, though? >> that's the thing. >> i'll do a wall sit. >> no. >> you know what a wall sit is. >> yes, i know what that is. >> anybody feel like doing a wall sit? [ cheers and applause ] you want to do a wall sit. come on. >> really? >> oh, no. no, no. come on. this is the only wall i think we have right here. this might be good. let's see. >> in high heels. >> that's even more impressive. >> i don't even know how we're judging anything. it's on a two-second clip. show everybody a wall sit. >> wow. >> impressive. >> all right, you guys continue on. we'll sit over here. >> this is going to be a long one. >> don't take your time. hurry up. [ applause ] >> oh. and so have you guys ever --
have you ever threatened to call the cops on your kids like -- >> on my kids. >> have they never -- >> no. >> have you ever -- like -- >> so frustrated. i have never gotten there. >> serious yeses over there. >> one woman in arizona actually did it. so she's driving with her kids and one of her children unbuckles her seat belt in the car. >> the 3-year-old. >> yeah, just a little baby. you know, but the mom wasn't quite sure that the little girl got the point. >> what did she do. >> well, she did just that. first of all, take a look. a little video for you. >> we don't know what others drivers will do, other drivers might not pay attention and they could run into the back of mom. they could hit the side of the car and you know what, if we're not buckled, our body is going to hit something. >> that is real video of a police officer explaining to a 3-year-old. the mom right now is joining us. hi, michelle. hi, little camille. >> good morning.
>>, i think everybody wants to know, did you just feel like you were not getting your point across when you were explaining the importance of buckling up? >> right. that's how i felt, yes, and you know what, her safety was at risk. it was the first time she had done it but it was something that could affect her life and her health and it was just not an issue i was going to compromise on and felt like by me just telling her, she needed to buckle her seat belt it wasn't quite getting through. >> she seems like she -- camille -- >> she's sick of hearing me talk about it. >> camille, did you understand what the police officer was talking about, camille? >> did you under jr. what the police officer was talking about? yes? yes? >> so, mom -- >> whispering yes, she did. >> do you feel like you needed to make that point that it just wasn't going through. was camille scared when the police officer started talking
to her or approached her? >> well, you know, we actually -- i called the nonemergency number for the scottsdale police department after we got home and after i just wasn't quite sure she was getting the message. two days later i made an appointment with the officer and went down and talk to him and he and his partner came out and talked to both of my kids at their level. clearly had done it before and my kids were nervous because she knew she got caught and knew she did something wrong but to have another authority figure back up what mom was saying was really beneficial for her and, you know, she is 3 years old and, you know, she's learning the boundaries and needs to know what as right and wrong and my job to tell her that and teach her and to raise her to respect authority and so any nervousness she felt was out of respect and the fact that she knew they were right and it went really well. she promised to not ever unbuckle her seat belt again and she has not done that. >> i bet she won't, camille, michelle, thank you very much for sharing your story.
you know -- [ applause ] >> they're applauding this move, the police. the police said we're happy to do it. if we have time and not chasing down an emergency they said it's a great idea. didn't scare the little girl. do you guys think too much or a good idea? it was impressive, i thought. when i first heard the story i was like, wow, that's extreme but, no, i think it was a good idea. >> she called the nonemergency number and made an appointment. >> thank you for clarifying that. >> yeah. >> did not call 911. >> you know what, we have a special guest. >> we do? >> should we bring her out. do you want to see juliette lewis? juliette lewis. [ applause ] >> hi. >> hi. >> nice to see you. >> you too. >> hello. >> hello. >> nice to see you. >> always, always, always. >> mwah. >> hello. >> hi. >> do you hear this music we're
playing? >> i did not hear it. >> it's your song, baby. it's yours. >> wow. i'm honored. wow. >> you are a rock starment how do you rock out? >> deep soul connection to myself. i love the music and i love the people i'm playing for -- oh, there she is. yeah. i must tell you i'm inspired -- [ applause ] i'm inspired a little bit by david lee roth. i'm not going to lie. >> your inspiration. >> yes. >> you're not giving up acting they time soon. >> no, and that's why i'm here and i'm so excited. it's about finding balance. >> yeah. >> between both my creative loves and i like doing it in coming up my stylist de'andre said "secrets and lies" and he said, is that coming back on again? yes, the second season. >> i think i ran into him in the hallway. >> you can't miss him. should we take a little look? >> sure. >> "secrets and lies." >> i don't know what everyone is telling you, but i love my wife.
>> were you on the roof? >> i didn't kill kate. >> that's not what i asked. >> ooh. >> ooh. >> yeah, that detective comes out like that. >> yes. >> i mean, the balance how you said because we see you rocking out and then we see you all buttoned up in that character. >> that's what i love. i love to play characters that are so different from myself and i have the utmost respect for homicide detective'ing if that's a word. "forensic files" i watch and the last couple of years when i'm binge-watching "forensic fights" is preparing me for the role of a lifetime. this role is so different than anything i've ever done because she's unemotional and you have to be in that line of work, so, oh, and i'm so proud of my cast.
to play with michael ealy -- >> terry. >> and terry, yes. >> yeah. >> yes. >> you guys jam out at all? >> so, terry, one of the joys because we're playing -- it's such serious work and terry would show up with a guitar and sing joni mitchell songs on set. oh, i like him. yeah. that's our director adam arkin. >> wonderful. "secrets and lies." can we play a little game with that? >> oh, yes. >> play a little game? okay. [ applause ] what we're going to do, since you are our guest we'll let you tart first. she'll make two statements and we have to determine what is the secret and what is the lie. >> okay. >> go ahead. go ahead. >> get into character. >> okay, i'm going to use my actingables or not. so is it true or is it not true
that i drove illegally for a couple of years when i was 16, you know, i don't know. >> without a license? >> without a license. yes. >> so that's one and that's one. >> is that a lie or something? [ chanting "secret" ] >> you were only 16. >> and the other. >> did and then there's a picture that we're going to show. is this me as a baby just enjoying a herd of labradors? >> is that you? >> in the sunshine. >> i hope it was. >> yea-ya. >> do we tell? >> i think the first illegal driving was true. >> i think -- >> i think that was a secret. >> i'm going to say it was a lie.
>> you're going to say that was a lie. >> you think she's with the labradors. >> i am a law-abiding citizen. am i giving -- >> it's a lie. >> the baby, i wish that baby was me. are you kidding? how fun. no, those are pictures my nom likes to send me. e-mail me funny pictures. the truth was i did drive illegally for a stint, a spell. >> a stint. >> she's all good now. >> juliette, wonderful having you. have to go to one of your concerts. >> okay, wow, that was fun. >> the new season of "secrets and lies" premieres sunday night at 9:00 eastern right here on abc. welcome back. ginger. >> yes, i'm right over here. they're loving juliette but a bonus deal. it's spa time, right, tory. >> there are more "deals & steals" to come. i'm just go be here and be very zen. i fell over.
>> enjoying an exfoliating foot mask. >> so much more coming. i'm abc 7 meter drew tuma. you do not worry. we are warming back up sunday into monday. >> all that brought to you by las vegas. see, this is what i was trying to do, lara. right here. >> well done, ging. well done. we're going to switch gears now. t.j. holmes is with us. talking about the highly anticipated reboot of "magnificent seven." >> 8:30 out here. >> this is how i was told to dress. yes. >> did you have on a different outfit earlier. >> no, it's my first time in the studio up here. thanks for the invitation. >> you were on vacation. >> you were on havevacation.
>> i know you had chris pratt and denzel. i got all seven. sat down with me, all right. but also antoine fuqua who said getting this ensemble cast started with the studio saying, are you on board with a western with a black cowboy. they are in a word magnificent. >> you tell bo if he wants his town, come see me. >> reporter: denzel washington leads the coolest crew of gunslingers you'll ever see. >> i make a movie and do the best i can and then people can say what they want to say. then they give it titles. bad [ bleep ], this, that. i don't -- i don't even know what that means. >> it means you riding through town on that horse. >> thank you. >> riding through town on that horse -- >> but you can't -- while you're doing that you can't be going, i'm a bad [ bleep ].
>> i see righteousness but i'll take revenge. >> i got the list of actors and we sat in the room with mgm and producers all together. i said you know what would make it exciting as an event. i said denzel washington. and the room went quiet and for a minute i thought it was going to be -- is it because he's black. do you think you can get him? >> did that help certainly that you all seem to have camaraderie and history. >> the fact that antoine and denzel made three movies together. we can build on their trust of each other, the fact that we can show up for the first day of rehearsal and vincent with make fun of chris, okay, this is okay. there's trust and -- >> not that i would ever do ha. >> not that you would ever do that. >> i'm not sure what you'd make fun of me. but go ahead. >> one of connelly's confederate sharpshooters dubbed the angel of death. >> there's very few things you could point at that are goals as an actor because you want to work but you don't know what roles you necessarily want to
play. but i knew -- i always knew that cowboy would be one of them and, you know, so, yeah, i was pretty giddy when i got to do this. i got to smoke cigars and drink whiskey. >> who was the fastest draw? >> it's got to be chris. >> i'd like to say it was me, but it ain't. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> and some of you all have seen it. it's good. great cast, starts tomorrow. >> starts tomorrow. all right, t.j., thanks for coming by. the jeans and all. we'll be right back.
welcome back, everybody. it's the very excited crowd that will bet for excited. we'll learn about real money. how to plan for their financial future and rebecca jarvis is here with that. >> life insurance can be incredibly complex but this morning, we've got your answers. >> let's swing art will. >> this couple with two young boys and alexis took out a 0-year term life insurance policy. >> i'm one of three girls and we lost our father at a young age. he passed away unexpectedly and did not have insurance. >> reporter: it's estimated 75 million americans have life
insurance. yet still four in ten americans do not. >> most people think life insurance is only meant to provide a death benefit for your family members, your beneficiaries, your heirs after you pass away. well, nothing could be further from the truth. >> reporter: lynnette khalfani-cox, the money coach says that is true with term life insurance but with whole life insurance, there's flexibility. >> you can tap into it and get cash. you can borrow from it. you can use it for a retirement income stream. >> reporter: here's how it works. you pay your problem yums every year and as you pay money in, you build up cash value. value you can borrow against to get real cash after a few years. >> running low. >> reporter: alexis and les could use the money to pay for the boys' college, help with business expenses, even travel. no downside except that what you borrow reduces the policy payout by that amount. >> we are business owners and
can't depend on the economy and how things are going to always work out so it's nice to have the option of being able to borrow against it. >> and remember the cost of life insurance tends to rise as you get older so if it's possible, it's better to buy a policy when you're young and healthy, even though, george, that is probably the last thing on your mind when you're young and healthy. >> but it's still very smart, rebecca. good advice right there and we'll be back with tory one more beauty deal. "gma's" real money brought to you by voya financial. changing the way you think of retirement.
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we tip to follow this story out of san francisco where a suspicious package has been found at a bus stop near south van ness and market. police are on the scene. let's get over to alexis smith and she is seeing how it is affecting traffic this morning. >> this is not great for drivers or folks taking mass transit this morning. we still have a full closure of van ness, between mission and market and we are hearing that several muni lines and bus routes are being detoured around the closure as well. significant delays both heading northbound and southbound around this closure. so avoid if possible. let's check in with drew tuma. how are we looking on the first day of fall. >> waking up to temperatures in the 50s and 60s but also breezy conditions. future-tracker wind gusts showing you will have winds over 20 miles per hour. reggie. >> thank you, drew. time now for "live with kelly." we'll be back at 11:00 for the midday news and our reporting continues on ourews app and
abc7news.com. we'll see you bright and early tomorrow at 4:30 a. >> announcer: it's "live with kelly"! today, star of "secrets and lies," juliette lewis. plus, the new drama "pitch," mark consuelos. all next on "live." ♪ >> announcer: and now, here are kelly ripa and mark consuelos! [cheering and applauding] ♪