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morning america." good morning, america. breaking news, new arrests in the london terror attack and the new video overnight showing police hunting down the terrorists. isis now claiming responsibility for that brutal assault on london bridge where three men ran over tourists with a van then jumped out stabbing and slashing victims killing at least seven, wounding dozens more. police quickly swarm the scene. taking out the killers. the investigation this morning. what we're now learning about the terrorists' past and the heros who jumped in to stop them as the uk's prime minister theresa may says it's time for things to change. >> enough is enough. >> overnight, president trump speaking out about the attack. >> this bloodshed must end. >> vowing to help the uk bring the terrorists to justice but coming under fire for his tweets attacking london's mayor, just
hours after the rampage while back here at home he braces for a showdown with james comey as the fired fbi director prepares to testify about the russia investigation. ♪ ♪ turn the other cheek and the world's biggest stars and millions around the globe coming together. >> where's the love? >> uniting against terror in a defiant show of courage. ariana grande returning to manchester with the world watching. ♪ where is the love >> where's the love y'all? >> the benefit concert for the victims of that attack and the powerful message of love over hate. ♪ where is the love the love and good morning, america. what an emotional scene in manchester last night. a big take that to the terrorists. >> the powerful show of resilience and ariana grande, well, she closed out the show as
you can hear her singing with her rendition of "somewhere over the rainbow" and she had to stop for a moment in the middle of the song because she was so overcome with emotions. something we can all understand. >> she spoke with some of the families of the victims so she really felt their pain but it was such a beautiful thing to see last night. something that all of britain needed this morning, london bridge now open again after saturday's attack in the heart of the city. here's what we know. isis claiming responsibility for the deadly terror attack that killed at least seven people. that rampage lasting just eight minutes before the three suspects were eventually shot dead by police. this is the third deadly terror attack in the uk since march. >> which is why the prime minister is speaking out so strongly. we have team coverage this morning starting with our chief foreign correspondent terry moran on the scene in london where there were more arrests overnight. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, george. well, on this monday morning, on
the surface, anyway, it looks as if london is almost back to normal. the roadways are full of traffic, the subways are crowded but look again. and you see the flowers at the makeshift memorials that have cropped up at these sites. you see new barriers along the sidewalks on the bridges to protect against another bridge attack. this is the second one. and intense police activity as they hunt down possible collaborators. this morning, police launching more raids in the same area of east london where they've arrested 12 so far. >> it's all going on right now. people running. i don't know out of where. >> reporter: this new video capturing frightened residents fleeing restaurants and bars shortly after a hail of gunfire. >> get down, get down. >> reporter: the chaotic moments of terror that shook the city began just before 10:00 p.m. saturday. a white van heading south on london bridge suddenly swerves off the road up on the sidewalk and accelerates running down pedestrians leaving them broken and bloodied on the pavement.
>> get back. >> it just reminds me of something like 9/11. >> reporter: the van came to a halt at the end of london bridge just steps from the bustling borough market packed with bars and restaurants filled on a busy saturday night. >> we were in lockdown because there's just been an attack. >> reporter: three men jumped out armed with long knives and began slashing and stabbing the innocent. >> saw the knife and just didn't turn around again. i just ran. >> they were there to do one thing only, to kill people, stab them, stab them to death. >> reporter: at 10:08 p.m., the first emergency calls came in. police swarm the attack scene. terrified locals watching from windows. it took police just eight minutes to corner the suspects then gunfire. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: all told, 50 shots were fired by eight officers. >> hear shooting.
i'm trying to keep myself safe. >> reporter: seven people killed. the apparent suicide vests worn by the attackers were found to be fakes. overnight, president trump at a gala overnight in washington, taking his first televised remarks since the attack. >> america sends our thoughts, our prayers and our deepest sympathies to the victims of this evil slaughter. this bloodshed must end. this bloodshed will end. >> reporter: and this morning, prime minister theresa may capturing the wartime mood here. >> this was an attack on london and the united kingdom, but it was also an attack on the free world. ♪ >> reporter: in the wake of the attack the police presence doubled at the site of ariana grande's one love manchester benefit concert, a so-called ring of steel encircling the venue keeping the sold out crowd of 50,000 safe. and in the wake of this attack
prime minister may putting a big issue on the table, she's looking for an international agreement among governments and corporations to regulate cyberspace, to deny what she calls safe spaces for terrorists online. amy. >> all right, terry, thanks so much. and overnight, british police conducting those raids in east london. one of the suspects is believed to have lived in that area and we now know isis is claiming responsibility for the attack. this morning investigators racing to find out if the attackers were part of a larger terror network. our chief investigative correspondent brian ross is here with those details. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, amy. authorities this morning say they already know a lot about the plot and the plotters. neighbors have identified this man as one of the three attackers. featured in a documentary last year on the british channel as part of the group that displayed the black flag of islam around london. well known and often been confronted by police. they know the man's name but
have not publicly announced it. >> we're going to understand more about their connections and whether they were assisted or supported by anyone else. police moved quickly making at least 12 arrests. many arrested were connected to the dead terrorist seen in this photo wearing a fake bomb vest, a vest intended to cause panic and assure martyrdom. >> one way to guarantee becoming martyrs is to wear a suicide vest or what appears to be a suicide vest so the police take lethal action. >> reporter: neighbors told abc news the dead terrorist is of pakistani descent, the father of two toddlers. others said they had called police to report him because of his open radical views, even >> if you're not muslim you don't follow. you're basically going to hell. >> reporter: with more than 3,000 potential terrorists on british watch lists, authorities say they simply cannot track
every suspect or stop every attack. >> there have been 13 or 14 plots that have been foiled in the last 12 months. and it tells us that this wave out there is beginning against britain and that we've probably got to be prepared for more. >> reporter: british authorities say they see no connection between this attack and the attacks at the manchester concert and the earlier westminster bridge attack. what they do see is an increased tempo of plots especially with isis calling for its followers to attack during the holy month of ramadan which lasts for two more weeks. >> they are trying to get them out in any way they can. brian, thanks very much. you know, those televised remarks we showed from the president not his first public statements on the attacks. he had a tweet storm starting after the attacks and called for the travel ban saying we need an extra level of safety and say do you notice we're not having a gun debate. and the one with the most criticism, at least 7 dead and 48 wounded. mayor of london says there is no reason to be alarmed. jon karl for more on this and,
jon, the president taking the london mayor a bit out of context there. >> reporter: he is flagrantly taking the london mayor out of the context and misrepresenting what he said about the attack. the mayor of london said don't be alarmed by the attack, in fact, called the attack deliberate and cowardly and barbaric. what he was saying not to be alarmed about was the increased presence of armed security officers on the streets of london in response. the mayor's office said the mayor has more important things than to respond to donald trump's ill-informed tweet that deliberately takes out of context his remarks urging londoners not be to alarmed when they see more police including armed officers on the streets. george, in one of those we just have never seen it before moments, the u.s. ambassador to london has put out a tweet directly contradicting the president of the united states saying, i commend the strong leadership of the mayor of london. >> sticking with never seen before the president back on twitter this morning basically attacking his own justice
department over the travel ban saying they should have never submitted what he called the watered down version to the supreme court. this could actually complicate the travel ban's chances in the courts. >> reporter: it sure could. we have seen the president's own words, his own tweets used in court against the travel ban in the lower courts and, george, this is not only attacking his own justice department. this is actually attacking an executive order that the president himself signed. >> just incredible. see something new every day, jon karl, thanks very much. amy. all right, george and this morning, we are learning more about the victims and heroes in that attack. james longman is abc's new foreign correspondent, and he is outside saints thomas' hospital. good morning and welcome, james. >> reporter: thank you, amy. good morning. yes, this morning more and more details emerging of just what happened on saturday night. some terrifying images but also as is so often the case in these situations some immense bravery.
among the more than 48 victims injured in that horrific attack three dozen remain hospitalized this morning with 21 in critical condition. >> the man run up to him and said this is for my family for islam. looked him straight in the face and stabbed him. >> reporter: we're also learning more about the seven who lost their lives including one french national and christine archibald, a 30-year-old canadian woman who worked with the homeless before moving to europe to be with her fiance. they were together when she was struck down on the bridge. a number of young visitors wounded. many were slashed or stabbed after bravely stepping up to confront the attackers. >> the guy comes up and i'm like this, and i was like pushing him off. blood is going everywhere and i'm like, someone help me. i've just been stabbed. >> reporter: one transit officer being praised as a hero. he was armed with just a baton risking his life to face down attackers. journalist geoff ho now in intensive care.
his confrontation coming just moments after he recorded this video of the men as they approach a group of bars. this morning, more stories emerging of heroes who ran towards the danger as others ran away. >> you could have held the door for a few seconds possibly saving a good 20 people's lives. >> reporter: carlos pinto rushing to the rescue of a woman staying by her side for two hours until paramedics arrived. >> we tried to manage the best way to keep her alive. >> reporter: others bravely drawing the attackers away from the innocent. >> just trying to get him to chase me. >> reporter: throughout london and around the world an outpouring of support for the others badly hurt, including father of three, brett freeman, and an australian waitress, candice hedge. well, we're outside saints thomas' hospital in central london, one of five across the capital where people are being
treated and that death toll could go up. amy. >> james, thank you. joining us now is mark kindschuh, an american college student who was in a public in borough market during the terror attack. mark, thanks for being with us this morning. we're certainly glad that you are okay. but tell us what happened. you were sitting there with classmates. when did you notice something was wrong? >> well, we had been sitting there, myself and about five of my classmates just eating for probably like 20, 25 minutes at most and all of a sudden we just heard really out of nowhere like four or five really loud successive gunshots and that's when everybody in the pub and we knew immediately something was wrong so everybody got down at once and went below their tables and got on the floor and then a wave of people who had been out on the street, maybe like about 30 people stormed in to seek sanctuary or refuge and they all pushed their way towards the back of the pub. so i realized something was
happening when the gunshots went off. >> that had to be a surreal moment when everyone came running in. among the people who ran in was a man who was suffering a gunshot wound and i know you rushed in to help. tell me what happened there. >> i picked my head up from where i was under my table with my classmates and just saw towards the front door just right off at the foot of the door a man just who had been pretty clearly injured badly with a pool of blood forming just next to his head. i got up and ran over to go see what i could do to help. >> and i know you took your belt off, you tried to put some pressure on the wound and then incredibly brave of you, you decided to go out of the pub to try and get help. >> i just couldn't sit there as this man was bleeding to death >> when you got back inside. i understand the bartender locked the door. tell me what happened next. >> the attackers were right
outside the glass windows and the front door and were banging trying to get in apparently. when they were outside is when eventually the s.w.a.t. team was able to take him out. >> i want to ask about how you feel today in london and how londoners are reacting after such a horrific frightening weekend. >> i don't think there's really much of a difference. everyone is out and about in every city going about their daily lives. the only sort of difference is there have been constant police sirens over, like, the past day and a half just because the counterterrorism services have been looking for the people who have connections to the attackers, so other than the police sirens going off a little more frequently than usual, everybody is going about their daily lives going to their jobs, so, yeah. >> a resilient city indeed and we're certainly, again, glad that you are safe. thanks so much for joining us, mark. we appreciate it. >> my pleasure.
breaking news for our viewers in the west. a deadly shooting noor orlando. the fbi on the scene. we want to go to adrienne bankert for the latest. >> at approximately 8:00 a.m. local time the orange county sheriff's department was called to a shooting at a business in suburban orlando. reports that five people including the shooter were killed. the sheriff's office saying the situation is contained and are calling the incident tragic. the fbi as you said is now on scene. canine units are searching every car in the parking lot. the area is a major, massive crime scene. heavy law enforcement present. american than a dozen emergency vehicles in the parking lot. police tape cordoni ining off t area. people are looking for family and friends they cannot contact. george. >> not believed to be terror at this time.
we move on to a big showdown for president trump this week. former fbi director fired by president trump appeared on capitol hill on thursday to talk about his interactions with the president. the white house is braced for all that. we go to mary bruce for the latest. >> from chicago to los angeles. [ chanting ] >> stand up, fight back. >> reporter: and new york. voters are demanding answers about the administration's possible ties to russia. >> we have to get to the bottom of the craziness that's happening in this administration. >> reporter: but this morning, the president is trying to change the subject to infrastructure. >> we will rebuild our roads, bridges, tunnels, highways, airports, schools, hospitals, all of it. >> reporter: a week-long push to fulfill that campaign pledge including an announcement today to privatize the nation's air traffic control system. but overshadowing the president, the biggest moment yet for the russia investigation.
fired fbi director james comey set to tell congress his side of the story. front and center at thursday's hearing, comey's private conversations with the president. and questions about whether trump urged him to drop the investigation into fired national security adviser michael flynn. >> it would be very, very troubling if the president of the united states is interfering in investigations. >> reporter: but could the president try to block comey from speaking out by invoking his executive privilege? >> by publicly commenting and tweeting about discussions he's had with comey, the white house itself might have inadvertently waived the privilege. >> reporter: as of right now there are no plans for the president to try to block comey from testifying, but ultimately this decision is up to the president. george. >> mary, thanks. i'll anchor our coverage of the testimony live thursday at 10:00 eastern. let's check in quickly with ginger. one of america's biggest cities flash flood warnings and up to 7 1/2 inches of rain. water rescues too. more on the way. i'll tell you in a bit, but first, the select cities brought to you by petco.
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>> you sure hope all these people heading south on 680 aren't going towards the bay bridge. it will be dry on the roads. breezy this afternoon on the bay and warmest this afternoon for mass transit. here's a look at my accuweather 7-day forecast. upper 80s inland. near 70s in the bay. 60s on the coast. we cool everyday through friday with highs only in the 50s and 60s in the middle of june. now, the transition to that. check out thursday, there's a chance of light rain thursday evening through friday morning, a couple hundreds inch of rain is possible. saturday and sunday we warm, no 80s, just 50s, 60s and 70s. >> all right. thanks so much, mike. up next, backstage at ariana grande one love manchester benefit conner. we will have an update in 30 minutes and always on our 7 news app. you can join us from 4:30 to
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prudential. bring your challenges. ♪ welcome back to "gma." you can see there so many stars on stage last night with ariana grande for the powerful one love manchester concert in the wake of those recent terror attacks. this moment is getting so much reaction. a police officer dancing with young fans. it's good to see some happiness out there in manchester and much more on that coming up. >> they did it right in manchester last night. also this morning we are learning new details about the terror attack, and new leads overnight. isis has claimed responsibility for the attack but -- and authorities say they know the identities of the attackers, ofn people, injuring dozens more before police took down the three terrorists. and let's go back now to our chief foreign correspondent terry moran who has been on the
scene for us in london for new details coming in right now. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, amy. well, as londoners get back to work the police investigation is moving at high speed. overnight, those two more raids in the same genera suburban area where 12 were arrested over the weekend, one man was led away. prime minister theresa may saying that all three names of the attackers are known to authorities. the big question now, how long had authorities known about these attackers who drove that van over the london bridge, then descended with long knives into the borough market slashing and stabbing people? 21 victims remain in critical condition, a sign of just how horrible their wounds were. meanwhile, londoners getting back to work here, prime minister may saying this was an attack not just on the city of london, not just on the united kingdom but on the free world and there is a sense here of responsibility to stand up to these attacks, three in three months and to carry on and keep
calm as the british will. amy. >> all right, terry moran, we appreciate it. thanks so much. george. we turn to bill cosby's sexual assault trial that starts today. cosby expected to appear in court for opening arguments. abc's linsey davis is outside the courtroom in norristown, pennsylvania. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, george. to call this a highly anticipated trial may be a bit of an understatement. it's expected to last for two weeks. no cameras in the courtroom. among those expected in the courtroom today, keshia knight pulliam who played rudy on "the cosby show." the stakes are high as the sexual assault trial is set to begin today against the man once known as america's dad. bill cosby will not take the witness stand. cosby is charged with felony aggravated indecent assault stemming from a 13-year-old claim from accuser andrea constand, a former temple university employee. constand alleges the comedian drugged and sexually assaulted her at his home in pennsylvania
in 2004. cosby has denied wrongdoing and says their encounter was consensual. while the 79-year-old has been accused by more than 50 women of drugging and/or sexual misconduct this is the only case where he faces criminal charges. when we brought up the allegations in an interview with cosby two years ago, he had this to say. >> i have been in this business 52 years and i will -- i've never seen anything like this. >> reporter: back in 2005 the district attorney at the time decided not to criminally prosecute cosby citing insufficient credible and admissible evidence. >> one of the things that the prosecution was relying heavily on is the ability to bring forth many more of the women who have made similar allegations against bill cosby. >> reporter: the prosecution petitioned to have as many as a dozen accusers testify on constand's behalf but the judge is only allowing one other accuser to take the stand.
>> whenever you try a case, a decade old in this case we're talking about over 14, 13, 14 years, quite naturally memories fade. >> reporter: the jury is made up of seven men and five women. eight of those jurors are under the age of 40 which could actually be somewhat significant because the cosby show stopped taping in 1992 so while those jurors could have seen reruns they may not be familiar with bill cosby at the height of his career which is something that legal analysts say could actually be good for the prosecution, george. >> that could make a difference. thanks very much. let's bring in dan abrams for more. what do you make of the prosecution's case? >> look, this is not an easy case. i think people who have been watching this from the outside are saying, oh, there are all these allegations and accusations, this will be a slam dunk case for prosecutors are not paying attention to this case. the key reason is, number one, all those other accusers aren't going to be able to testify in
this case except for one. and that's critical. that one is going to be in my view the linchpin of the prosecution's case. yes, her testimony will be critical meaning the actual alleged victim in this case. but it is the other person i think who is going to be so important, because if the jury believes the other person, it sort of negates any possibility this was a misunderstanding, that there was confusion here, that there was any gray lines, et cetera, and so the fact that this judge even allowed one other person to come in is very important, but as i said before, this is an old case and not an easy case. >> they'll hear about the deposition where cosby gave quaaludes to women and he's not going to take the stand. >> he says he isn't going to take the stand and i guess he's not going to take the stand but, yeah, the deposition is going to be important testimony. the deposition is the reason he was ultimately indicted in this case. it's going to be a critical piece of evidence.
but, remember, we talk about this in every trial but this is important in this case as in any, when the standard is proof beyond a reasonable doubt the prosecution doesn't just have to convince the jurors it likely happened, they have to convince the jurors beyond a reasonable doubt it did happen. >> no other reasonable explanation. >> exactly. >> thanks very much. coming up next in just two minutes, joyous defiance, ariana grande hosting that all-star benefit concert. the most powerful moments and her message next. ♪
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♪ we are back now with the powerful performances uniting the world. ariana grande and other top musicians defiantly holding the one love manchester concert just a day after london was attacked by terrorists and abc's lama hasan was backstage and joins us from manchester this morning. good morning, lama. >> reporter: and good morning to you, michael. wow, what a night.
the energy, the atmosphere here, it was electric. there were tears, but there were also a lot of cheers at a concert that hit all the right notes and we had the best access talking to all the stars backstage. >> manchester, i love you with all my heart. >> reporter: overnight, the 50,000 strong crowd in manchester joyously defiant. ♪ ♪ stronger than i've been before this is the part when i break free ♪ >> reporter: in a tribute to manchester seen by millions around the world, ariana grande taking the stage again, less than two weeks after the horrific bombing of her concert which killed 22 people and wounded more than 100 others. >> i love you guys so much and i think that the kind of love and unity that you are displaying is the medicine that the world really needs. >> reporter: starting with a moment of silence, grande speaking about meeting the mother of 15-year-old olivia campbell who was killed in the attack. >> as soon as i met her i started crying. i gave her a big hug and she
said that i should stop crying because olivia wouldn't have wanted me to cry and then she told me that olivia would have wanted to hear the hits. >> reporter: and the hits kept on coming. ♪ 'cause i'm happy clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth ♪ >> reporter: pharrell williams and miley cyrus leading the crowd with "happy." >> were you scared at any point given what happened here and in london? >> we're protected by all this love and nothing can kind of come through our walls of union, i would say. ♪ father, father help us with some guidance from above because people got me questioning where is the love ♪ >> reporter: grande joining the black eyed peas on their anthem "where is the love." >> people want to feel joy and smile and dance and laugh, you know, they're bombarded by so much hate, why can't we answer that with love. ♪ i got the eye of the tiger inside of me ♪
>> reporter: katy perry wearing a tribute to the victims pictured on her dress. ♪ if you think that i'm still holding on to something you should go and love yourself ♪ >> reporter: justin bieber inspiring this policeman to join in with some young fans. ♪ >> reporter: coldplay taking the stage as the sun went down. >> all of us as humans feel terrified by certain things, but the best response is the love. >> reporter: with all that star power onstage -- ♪ you are you are >> reporter: nothing was more powerful than this manchester high school choir bringing the crowd to tears. ♪ you are you are my everything ♪ >> what better way to be strong than to say, you know what, the show will go on and i'm thinking
to myself whatever evil there is, if they saw that tonight, it didn't work. >> reporter: grande fighting back tears as she closed out the show with an emotional performance of "somewhere over the rainbow." ♪ if happy little bluebirds fly beyond the rainbow ♪ ♪ why, oh, why can't i >> reporter: of course, this was a benefit concert to raise money for the families of the victims. raising $9 million and counting so far. there were so many heartwarming moments but i think ariana grande summed it up best when she told her fans the love and unity that they were showing here was the medicine that this world needs. michael. >> all right, lama, that was beautiful to see and thank you for bringing that to us. >> so powerful. so beautiful. wow. coming up next on "gma" on
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>> often i don't know until a comedian crosses it. i'm constantly searching for it. >> did bill maher cross the line? >> yeah, yeah, you could tell by the reaction of people when he definitely crossed the line. >> in saying, no, no, it's a joke. >> you know, i'm all for free speech like free speech means you don't get put in jail. it doesn't mean people aren't going to get offended. >> larry. >> he's reacting to what people say to him. why when senator sasse, why is that phrase a thing on the show you would pick out and take? i understand the line idea. comedy is like invisible electrified fences for dogs. if you bounce into one of those a couple of times and bill maher and kathy griffin have, you know where the fence is and one would have thought he definitely bounced into the fence on that. >> i mean, saying it in the first place and the ease in which he said it says a lot too but what roles do comedians play in political discourse when the politics -- political world is crazy? what is the role of the comedian?
>> well, lets off steam and when you look at -- people waiting for "saturday night live" to let off the steam and see what outrageous things they say. they kind of help package the anger, and they are also supposed to be funny, and package what the culture is thinking, so i think it's hugely important. job one to be funny. >> illuminate hypocrisy. once it crosses the line into punditry, it becomes useless. it's not satire anymore, and we work for the people and want to expose hypocrites. >> we saw stephen colbert get into hot water making a comment a lot said or some critics said was homophobic. kathy griffin lost her job at cnn nearly immediately. colbert seems to be perfectly fine. what do you think will happen to bill maher? >> i don't think he'll get fired. his ratings are too good. i think if he gets fired, it's because of his ratings. >> he's in a marketplace where i think it's going to be tolerated. whatever -- whether it's billy bush or others who lose their job for comments like that it's the workplace and the marketplace and both of these cases, bill maher will get through. >> we'll keep our eye on it. we'll see what happens.
something else we're keeping our eye on, the nba finals, fellas. and amy. golden state opening up a two-game lead over cleveland with a huge 132-113 win last night in oakland. if there's one play that's a metaphor for the series, steph curry weaving around the king lebron james and putting it in the hoop for this third quarter layup and t.j. holmes, our man, he was in oakland for it all. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: hey, good morning, stra. that play you're talking about, that was steph curry went globetrotter on lebron james last night and was the signature moment of the game in a lot of ways, put the golden state warriors on a run last night and they did not look back. you have to keep in mind here since 2012 only three people have won the mvp and the nba, steph curry, lebron james and kevin durant. well, two of those guys are on the same team and they're too much for lebron james right now. they just have an offensive onslaught in games one and two with the warriors, attacking the cavs, and they have not proven to be able to do anything with
the warriors, and again last night, kevin durant had 33. steph curry had 32 on his way to a triple-double last night so right now, stra, robach, these cavs just do not have an answer for this offensive juggernaut that is the golden state warriors. >> yeah, but, t.j., i still think it's fair to point out lebron had a good game last night. >> does this man ever have a bad game? we've been watching him so long. in the league, really, no matter what he puts on a show and had a triple-double of his own last night. in fact, he tied magic johnson for the most triple-doubles in finals history. he makes history even though his cavs lose the game and they lose in major fashion, but we are just in line with what we saw last year, the warriors went up 2-0 last year in games one and two, they blew the cavs out in game two last year, as well so after the game last night people were asking lebron, reporters were asking what his thoughts are going into game three, going back to cleveland.
he said, well, i just need to get me some food and wine and i'll be all right. he's been down this road before. they know they'll be fine and they can come back and win this thing because they did it last year. >> steve kerr is back on the sidelines for the golden state warriors. can they come back? >> it is last year except for two words, kevin durant is standing in the middle of the road. >> that could be a bit of a problem. >> too many weapons. >> you know what, see game three of the nba finals wednesday at 9:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. and coming up, we have the story behind this incredible picture. and protecting your privacy while shopping. the app that may be spying on you and you don't even know it and the steps you can take to make sure it stops. the uncertainties of hep c. wondering, what if? i let go of all those feelings. because i am cured with harvoni. harvoni is a revolutionary treatment for the most common type of chronic hepatitis c. it's been prescribed to more than a quarter million people. and is proven to cure up to
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good morning, south bay, let's get out and get going. >> i'm natasha from abc7 mornings. we had major traffic on the bay bridge. where do we stand? >> we stand with blocking one lane. that's better because there were three lanes blocked. you can see very light this accident behind the accident. look at the jam-up from the toll plaza from the tolls a 45 minute drive and that doesn't take into account the wait to get to the toll plaza. avoid the bay bridge if you can. take b.a.r.t. >> that's awful. what's going on at the exploratorium, i feel awful for those folks. extreme caution at the beach and water. it will be breezy all day. look how cold it gets friday. 50s and 60s for highs.
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that's ariana grande's mother there walking through the crowd telling fans do not be afraid. and these pictures they've been shared hundreds of thousands of times. ariana and miley cyrus hugging, and so many of their fans hugging along with them. we love to see those photos. >> power of love. they all said it. a "gma" alert. is your phone tracking you while you shop? becky is here. she is going to show you how to make sure it is not. shop in peace, please. so a lot coming up. first amy with the news. a lot of news to get to. we begin with british police conducting more raids as they investigate saturday's attack on london bridge and the nearby market and say they have identified the three attackers and abc's terry moran has detail along with new images of one of the suspected attackers. terry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the focus of the investigation now, the identity of the attackers and the big question, did authorities know who they were and know they were dangerous in advance of the attack? on that issue neighbors are now
identifying one of the attackers as a man known as an extremist, not just to the government but to the media. he had appeared in documentaries apparently about jihadist extremism. that's how notorious he was. the police have said they have identified all three men and they have said it is possible that all three were known to security services in advance of the attack. that's putting a lot of pressure on this government and prime minister theresa may. just days before a general election. london today back to business. but also preparing to come to a halt this evening at 6:20 p.m. for a moment of silence to remember the seven killed in the attack here saturday night. amy. >> terry moran in london for us, thank you. president trump is again pushing for his proposed travel ban to help fight terrorism. this morning he tweeted, the justice department should have stayed with the original travel ban, not the watered down, politically correct version they submitted to the supreme court. the ban would block travel from
six muslim majority countries. the red cross says the one love benefit concert in manchester helped raise $3 million for the victims of the attack. abc's lama hasan has highlights from the concert and details on what was changed before it started. lama, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. it was a star-studded lineup with a-listers front on stage honoring the victims and their families. powerful performances from ariana grande. ♪ over the rainbow >> reporter: to miley cyrus. ♪ happiness is the truth >> reporter: coldplay and black eyed peas. grande revealing her emotional conversation with the mother of 15-year-old olivia campbell who was killed in the attack made grande make a last-minute shake-up to the show telling the superstar olivia wouldn't have wanted her to cry she would have wanted her to hear the hits. a heartwarming evening with a fitting tribute from katy perry who had pictures of the victims on her dress.
it was an electric night. there were cheers. there were also tears, but most of all, there was defiance. the fans right here facing terror head on. amy. >> so powerful, lama, thank you. new diplomatic tensions overnight in the persian gulf. six arab nations are cutting ties with qatar saying they're angry over that country's support of iran and terror groups. qatar is home to an air base where 10,000 u.s. troops are stationed. today u.s. officials appear to downplay concerns. today president trump is announcing a plan to privatize the air traffic control system saying the move will help modernize the system faster. critics say efforts by the faa to upgrade the system have been hampered by inconsistent funding. >> the fbi is on the scene of a shooting where multiple victims have been killed in florida. the shooter is dead. this appears to be a business office. our orlando station says the attack appears to be a workplace incident.
>> finally 3-year-old hanna paisley was raising money for a uniform. she got it there. her parents were worried because no one was coming by and so they posted and 50 police officers saw the poster and her goal was met and they all came to support and hug her. it's just very heartwarming and very cute. >> she said i got to go squeeze some lemons. thank you, amy. coming up, "gma's" retail revolution. are your shopping apps tracking you? becky worley has steps you can take to protect your privacy. in "pop news," lara will tell us about "wonder woman's" record-breaking weekend at the box office and how it's changing the game for women everywhere. everywhere. summer took a hit this morning when frankie popped the alligator floaty. plus, the snacks and drinks are gone, people. and one of us used up all the sunscreen! i wonder who... . we're gonna need some reinforcements...quick. copy that. walgreens makes it easy when summer needs a little help.
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back now with "gma's" retail revolution and so many of us use our phones to shop and now a recent study from princeton and berkeley reveals that as many as 70% of smartphone apps track users, meaning all that saving you're doing on time and money may be costing you your privacy. abc's becky worley has the details. >> reporter: have you ever received a notification on your phone from one of your favorite brands that seems ridiculously well timed? >> all of a sudden the gap will pop up on my phone stating i have a coupon and can go shopping. every day? >> every time i go there. >> do you ever get ads on your phone that seem to know where you are? >> oh, absolutely. >> reporter: he says the urban outfitters app has his number. >> whenever i come within like 50 feet, i get like, hey, did you know there's this sale ending in a couple of days. >> reporter: it's not just a coincidence, shopping apps from companies like macy's and urban outfitters use the phone's gps to access your location.
>> they have technologies that can follow you as you walk through sectors of the store and connect to your data so they know who you are. >> reporter: sure enough, after i installed the urban outfitters app it pings me as i walk into a store in philadelphia. in san francisco, it was almost a block away when the app lit my phone up with notifications. it makes sense, their best chance to get me into the store is when i'm close by. the macy's notifications were even more interesting. they pinged me once when i entered their store in philadelphia. i just put my hand on the door handle and a notification popped up saying welcome to macy's. they know i'm here. then again in san francisco two timely notifications, not in a macy's store but get this, while i was in other stores. they sent me a 30% off notification while i was in this store, one of their direct competitors. they also pinged me while i was in a small independent boutique. literally in the dressing room.
in addition to gps stores are using bluetooth, wi-fi and even your phone's microphone to let them know where you are. and then selectively target you with ads. retailers hoping to keep your money in their stores and off the internet. make stores into the internet. >> yeah, essentially be able to track people in stores like we track people online and then connect the two. [ applause ] >> now, michael, macy's told us they only send relevant store information to those who have opted in when they're geographically near a macy's store. but for some people, that's still giving them too much information. >> a little too much information. show of hands, how many audience members use a retail app? >> quite a few. >> by another show of hands how many of you are creeped out they're tracking your location? everybody. >> the good news, can you turn that off. let me show you. you go to settings on your phone, and then you scroll down to privacy.
they make this straight forward. location services is the top one here, and then look at all these shopping apps. >> oh, wow. >> macy's is always using -- >> is that your phone? >> i have a lot of apps. >> you do a lot of shopping. >> you can turn it off. i do a lot of shopping. >> none of my business. >> i am a consumer reporter. i have to consume. you turn these apps off. >> never. >> it depends on what you want. some people like the appreciation of getting a coupon. >> some people don't mind being tracked and they like a deal and coupon. >> i will keep researching this and do more shopping. >> you got all the apps for it. thank you, thank you becky. we really appreciate that. more information on how to turn off location tracking for both iphones and androids and that's on our website and we're going to go to ginger now. yes. it is time outside to say good morning to this wonderful crowd, but also to get your "gma" moment. so it's monday morning. i figure why not have a little puppaccino to get us going from sheffield lake.
everybody needs a good cup of coffee in the morning. even little bijou. thank you for sending that in. send me your moment on my facebook page and we can share positivity on a monday morning. all right. good monday morning. i'm the meteorologist for abc. highs slowly slide to friday with a chance of light rain thursday night to friday morning. 60s along the coast, 70s along the bay. 80s inline today. more cloud cover tonight, 45-56 our spread. temperatures in the 50s and 60s all right.n the 50s and 60s turning now to "gma's" snore wars. you know 90 million americans do snore according to the national sleep foundation. but a new high-tech device that you tuck under your pillow may help those restless nights
become a thing of the past. abc's paula faris is here with the good news, we hope. >> yes, i think the one thing we all want more of is sleep. right? when you're snoring you're not getting a good night sleep and neither is the person sleeping next to you. over the next few weeks we'll be exploring this very topic, the methods, devices, techniques to solve snoring. this morning we're getting our start with a device we discovered on kickstarter. prentiss gray is a self-proclaimed chronic snoring. >> my snoring doesn't impact me. >> reporter: but he might be in denial about its effects if you ask his wife, leslie. they've spent nearly $3,000 on various anti-snoring tools from headphones to dental appliances. it's gotten so bad, most nights leslie kicks him out of bed. >> i have a second bed over in my office. >> it's annoying, you know, i mean he's my husband. i would like to sleep with him. >> reporter: last month leslie bought the smart nora, once a kickstarter campaign, this new
device is like nothing else on the market. makers of the device say it detects when you snore and then inflates an insert in your pillow that gently moves your head changing your head and neck position to help the snoring. >> you can sleep in any position or on any part of the pillow. our patent pending design is just as effective. >> reporter: it has not undergone rigorous studies but past research suggests changing the angle of the neck might help with snoring and worked for prentiss. >> it's the best solution we've seen. >> when it works, it works well. >> reporter: it's not perfect, leslie says it's not always consistent and often not fast enough to stop his snoring before she wakes, still, it's a huge improvement. >> i was excited. being able to have a good night's sleep and wake up with my husband was a really nice thing. >> all right, so smart nora is a nonmedical device. the company doesn't make any claims about sleep apnea or other medical conditions that you may have that are serious. you can use it with a pillow. i want to know how you use it.
use it with a pillow you have. slide it right in the back and make sure the cord is facing towards the device and then you turn it on right here. it's about 300 bucks. >> really cool. $300, so a lot of money, any other that are less expensive? >> yes, lara, i'm glad you asked. number one, take a hot shower to clear out all of those passages, your throat and nasal passage. and another thing, a glass of water. here's the water bottle for you because the one thing that really causes us -- >> trying to portray me as a snorer. >> she doesn't snore, by the way. some of us snore because our mouth is dry. and finally, let's walk over here to the front of the bed. a body pillow right here, lara. >> body pillow. sleep on your side to cut it out. >> thank you very much. paula faris, we will be right very much. a faris, we will be right back.
good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc7 mornings. >> good morning. it's 8:27. sue hall has been looking at this problem on the bay bridge. where are we now? >> all clear. only an overturn right after treasure island. this is the san francisco span, traffic is moving nicely here, however, there are residual delays. check out the backups on the metering lights, those have been on since 5:21 this morning and once you get through you have the original backup. you're looking 30, 35 minutes from the metering lights into the city not including the backup behind the span. that's the bad news. good news is it is improving. >> a rough monday m
now, your accuweather forecast with mike nicco. >> good morning. temperatures in the 50s and even a few 60s in the inland neighborhoods of the east bay. looking westbound, at least it's moving. on the west it will be dry all day. on the water breezy. and it only gets cooler this week, chance of rain thursday and friday night, reggie. >> we will have another update
in 30 minutes and always on our news app. hope you join us tomorrow welcome back to "gma," everybody. as you can see, we have a great audience with us this monday morning. thank you guys for joining us. and speaking of great, we have a great guest joining us. we had double the pleasure of seeing him play winklevoss twins in "the social network" then starred in "the man from uncle." you can see him play jackson storm in "cars 3." please welcome the one and only armie hammer. [ applause ] >> hi, guys. how are you? >> good to see you. >> hi, how are you? >> hi. >> good to see you, dude. >> you too. >> we're going to talk about the
movie in just a moment. i want to get your take on some interesting news. an article in "business insider" about the ages we peak at doing different things. >> i peaked. i know it. it's all downhill. >> you're 30. >> that's bad news for the rest of us at this table. all right. so they went through a ton of research. muscle strength peaks at 25 so you're in decline. >> i don't think so. >> really? >> no, they have something called old man strength. >> let's be honest. you're a physical specimen, my old man strength would look different. >> what size shoe do you wear. >> 15. >> that's bigger than mine, so hey, big guy over there. your strength is doing all right. you'll be okay. >> well, math skills peak at 50 -- >> math? >> math. >> mine peak at about 6. >> life satisfaction first peaks at 23 and then again at 69. >> i love that. we did that story. i think that's so -- gives us
hope. >> have you peaked at anything? >> i'm sure. i'm sure -- yeah, i got married at like 23, 24. this was definitely like a high. i haven't become 69 yet so i have yet to determine that one so we'll see. hopefully that one is nice in another interesting stat. most likely to make big decisions when their age ends in a 9. that wasn't true -- i was working out of my office. all my bigs were at 20, 30 and 40. >> you wait till the top of the year. >> i do. you just turned 30. does it work for you or not? >> well, i had -- i just had a son at 30. >> congratulations. >> congratulations. >> i found out we were pregnant. >> that counts. >> discovery. our daughters have the same name. harper. >> how funny. >> same reason for the name? >> it depends. what's your reason? >> my wife dreamt it so -- >> i thought it was for the book. >> so, yeah.
>> absolutely. >> but we're very happy to talk about the movie but know you had to fly overnight. you wore your lucky pants. >> i got lucky travel pants, yeah. i'm convinced if i'm not wearing those the plane will crash. >> really? >> yeah. >> you always have those pants on when you're flying. >> never send them out to dry cleaning. >> never cleaned them. that's not true but i do like to -- >> they're distinctive. >> just like -- they're just like horses. funny pajamas. >> if somebody sees you on a plane and you're not wearing them they'll be like, let me off. >> how long has this been going on. and do you have multiple pairs. >> no, just one pair. >> you have to stay in peak physical condition. >> when i'm 39 and they break down i'll never get on a plane again. >> your daughter is 2 1/2. is she a fan of the "cars"
movies. >> not at all. i probably country say that. i tried to so her "cars 1" because we have the premiere and go to cars land and do the whole thing. let's watch it so she can get excited. she watched it for a minute and she goes, i want to watch "moana" and i was like, okay. >> i love that. >> which is fine with me. i can't really argue, so, yeah, couldn't carele less. >> your character is the new guy in town. >> keekt. >> tell us about him. >> his name is jackson storm. they call him the next gener racer. he's peaking as opposed to peak. >> how does lightning mcqueen feel about jackson. >> i mean he sort of takes the soul out of racing. he sort of takes the joy out of the sport and it's up to lightning mcqueen to sort of like find that again. >> let's see him in action.
>> hey, jackson storm, right? great race today. >> wow. thank you, mr. mckean. you have no idea what a pleasure it is for me to finally beat you. >> thanks. but hang on. did you say beat or meet? >> i think you heard me. >> it gets icy. it gets icy. >> speaking of "cars" i heard you had a pretty eventful time the first time you drove a car. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. yeah, first time i stole a car, i was 8 and my dad taught me to drive when i was really young stick shift because he drove and he used to race cars and all that stuff so it was like a big part of us was like cars on the weekend he'd go race or whatever. so he taught me to drive a stick shift when i was 8 and when you're 8 you also don't learn the responsibility of what a car is, so he came home one day from work and his car was gone and he was like, honey, where is my car and she's like, i don't know.
i thought -- what do you mean? where is my car. where is my car? >> where is my son. >> so then they realize i'm gone and he's like, oh, no. so he gets in the car and drives around and goes basically to my friend's house where i took my dad's car and i was like, i can drive. >> your legs could reach. >> i was tall. >> reach the clutch. >> that could have been. i came out 6'2", yeah. >> that's a crazy story. >> yeah. >> i also saw you the other night with andy cohen. very funny. >> yeah, yeah. >> you said you loved kissing leo dicaprio in "j. edgar." we won't go with the whole conversation but also got to embrace henry cavill on a vespa in "the man from uncle." which of those embraces would you rather? >> i'm basically living the dream of like every 18-year-old girl. you know. >> you really are. you understand that. >> it's all right. my wife is incredibly jealous.
>> but it somehow has led to or -- "the man from uncle" is continuing so henry and you could really go the distance. >> we can really cement this relationship. yeah, i mean hopefully we're working on the sequel right now. it's being written. >> awesome. i love the movie. it's really happening. it started because you -- >> it started because i was doing a press conference and someone was like we love "the man from uncle" and i said you know we're doing another and i e-mailed guy the director and also the producer. just a heads-up guys, i just told a roomful of international reporters that you're working on another "man from uncle" and the response was, dot, dot, dot, are you serious. >> yeah, pretty serious and the news came out and lionel wrote back and said, i'll have a script by the end of the year. >> amazing. >> that's how you do it in hollywood. just put pressure on the writer and director. you know what, there is no
little sneak peek. rachel has to make a tough choice about whether to let demario back in. i don't know. she kicked him out but check it out. >> i understand that your trust is something i might not have but i want to gain that trust back and feel like the number one way for me to be wabl to do that is by me coming here speaking to you and hopefully be on that panel tonight and see if i can earn a rose from you. >> yesterday i sent demario home. as much as what he did to hurt me he's coming to the mansion tonight. >> i realize these thoughts last night not being able to sleep so i'm begging this from the bottom of my entire heart. will you please give me another chance to come into this house? >> see what happens next on "the bachelorette" tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. i don't know. should she let him back good morning. i'm meteorologist, mike nicco. temperatures in the 50s near 60,
9:00, hazy sunshine. 50s at the coast, 70s and and all that brought to you by t-mobile. michael. >> all right, thank you, ginger. we are here now with kate mara. yes. give it up for kate. she's taking on a true story in "megan leavey" about a marine corporal and her love for her best friend, a bomb-sniffing dog named rex. take a look. >> i heard the enemy likes to steal the dogs, right. strap bombs on them. send them back to their owner. >> since rex can break someone's arm with his teeth i'm not too worried. [ applause ] >> there you are in action. welcome. >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> i heard you and varko, one of the dogs in the movie had an
immediate bond. when the movie was over was it hard to say good-bye. >> it was quite hard to say good-b good-bye. we had good chemistry that you never know with a dog and can't have a screen test, we hope it goes well. we bonded quickly. it was hard, it was hard to say good-bye. >> they do say children and animals are, you know, those are the two things you should avoid. >> i know. >> did he ever upstage you. >> oh, every day. every scene. he was -- every take we did together, you know, everyone would be watching and they'd be like, varko, great jobs, i would be sitting there tears, i exploded and no one said a thing about me. >> show me some love, people. >> exactly, exactly. >> you know, you played a lot of characters and how is it playing a real person, though? is that tougher? >> it's definitely more pressure when you're playing someone and you're telling their life story, especially when that person is a marine, you know, that's quite intimidating. >> how much training did you have to do. >> a lot. a lot. i did the obvious physical
training but that was sort of the easiest part. all of the other stuff, the weapons training and learning how to march and respond correctly and then all, of course, the training with the dog, as well. >> now, the new season, one of the characters you played was "house of cards." you played zoe barnes and we loved you as zoe barnes. >> thank you. >> and i remember before you told me you had to lie to your parents and the whole train thing happened which i didn't think was real but what is the craziest thing that a fan has said to you about that show since it's back? >> well, people -- i'm still surprised that people when they see me especially in a subway people look at me like, oh, watch out. >> she got off the tracks. >> usually they say i'm so happy you're alive and, you know, people who don't watch the show are always kind of confused by that statement. >> what is your guilty pleasure to binge-watch? >> "real housewives" of any
city. yeah. >> really. >> yeah. i love me some "housewives." oh, yeah, there they are. beverly hills is a great one but new york might be the best one. they just tell it how it is. >> i got to check it out. and something else, congratulations to you. you're engaged. >> i am. yes. thank you. >> your fiance, jamie bell and i've known you a long time back to you used to sing the national anthem at giants games. >> as a tween. >> as a tween. wedding plans. >> uh-huh. >> give me a hint. >> all i can tell you is that my dogs will be in the wedding. yeah. >> you know what, you talked about upstaged once. you'll get upstaged again. >> i know. i know. >> james is -- a picture of him. >> i like you calling him james. that is his real name. there you go. >> we were close. we're tight. but i know -- i saw a picture of him wearing a giants hat and --
>> oh, yeah. >> your great grandparent, one founded the pittsburgh steelers, the other ones founded the giants. did he know you the ticket hookup when he met you? >> well, he is english so he's a soccer and football fan and then when we started dating he had to learn very quickly about everything american football related and now he knows way more than i do. >> you know what, if he wants to learn some more you send him to me. congratulations on you and your engagement. congratulations on this movie. >> thanks. >> i'm always happy to see you. "megan leavey" opens on friday. make sure you check out kate mara, everybody. coming up, "judah & the lion," they're going to perform live for us right here in the studio. we'll be right back.
welcome to "judah & the lion." >> thank you so much. >> very happy to see you guys in person. you have a song i absolutely love that you'll all hear. how would you cry your sound? nashville we think country but not exactly. >> yeah, we named the record so we could have elevator pitch for our music called "folk hop n' roll," a little folk, hip-hop and rock 'n' roll. >> how did you come to be. >> we met in nashville at belmont university. shoutout to my bruins out there. >> and you guys are no joke. you toured with twenty one pilots, hitting the road with incubus and heading on your own tour later this year. are you ready. >> i think we are ready. we'll see just give us a few seconds if we're ready or not. could be really awkward the next few minutes i guess. >> this is live tv. this is great. why not. let's just go for it then, shall we. everybody, "judah & the lion" here they are now with "take it all back" from their album "folk hop n' roll."
♪ you know i'd take it all back take it all back take it all back i'd take it all back just to have you ♪ ♪ you know i'd take it all back take it all back take it all back i'd take it all back just to have you ♪ ♪ hey my life is real great feel i'm well on my way to my dreams ♪ ♪ coming true and i'm getting to do it with you ♪ ♪ and it feels so nice when the people sing along they're singing along with the banjo ♪ >> all right. ♪ but i'd take it all back take
it all back take it all back ♪ ♪ i'd take it all back just to have you ♪ ♪ you know i'd take it all back take it all back take it all back ♪ ♪ i'd take it all back just to have you ♪ ♪ and one day we might have a big house with nice cars and fancy clothes and a wife with a big ole diamond ring ♪ ♪ 'cause the people they dancing along they dancing along to the mando and some sort of hip-hop beat ♪ ♪ but i'd take it all back take it all back take it all back ♪ ♪ i'd take it all back just to have you ♪
♪ and i'd take it all back take it all back take it all back ♪ ♪ i'd take it all back just to have you ♪ ♪ i'm waking up i'm waking up ♪ ♪ i'm waking up i'm waking up ♪ ♪ with a rock and it don't make a difference because in the end i'd give it all back to you ♪ ♪ but i'd take it all back take it all back take it all back ♪ ♪ i'd take it all back just to have you ♪
we're not taking any of it back. we want to thank "judah & the lion." great job, you guys. good luck with everything. >> thanks so much. >> have a great day, everyone. but it took a twist of fate to find a high-end curler at such a head turning price. and that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. ♪
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good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc7 mornings. >> good morning. if you've been with us all morning you know we've had traffic problems ep sue. looks like those are still an issue. >> improving. let's leave it at that. we still have nasty backups. this looks pretty good. we had an earlier overturn at treasure island. all approaches are jammed as well. you're talk over an hour from highway 4 from the toll bridge plaza, most of the east-west commutes still bad. if you're at the beaches are on the bay, it will get a little breezy in the afternoon hours. extreme sunshine if you're out whether exercising or walking the dog. the 7-day forecast just gets cooler through friday and chance of rain nurse night. >> thanks. we will be back and live and see you in just a couple of hours
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