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>> i would travel. >> i was startingto. >> me too. >> i would become best friends with mike. good morning, america. breaking news, tourist tragedy. deadly wildfires tear through popular resort towns in greece filled with families on vacation killing dozens, injuring more than 100. flames destroying homes, blocking roads as families race to escape. the sea one of the only ways out. the urgent effort to evacuate right now. also this morning, building confidence. new satellite images show north korea may be dismantling a missile engine test site after that historic summit between president trump and kim jong-un. this as president trump takes aim at his critics threatening to strip former officials who have criticized his relationship with vladimir putin of their security clearance. the desperate search for
this 20-year-old college student who vanished without a trace after going out on a jog. what her boyfriend and mother are saying this morning. ♪ this is going to be the best day ♪ and an abc exclusive, "dancing with e cmp ng lost sister. >> we saw each other and honestly the nerves went away. >> the interview 30 years in making. what finally brought them together only on "gma" this morning. good morning, america. hope you're well. we have a lot of breaking news this tuesday morning. >> starting with those devastating wildfires, now tearing through greece still blazing at this hour. >> images like these showing those massive flames destroying towns, tourists fleeing for their lives trying to escape by sea. the fire has killed dozens, injured more than 150. it is now the deadliest wild fire outbreak there in more than
a decade. eva pilgrim has the latest for us. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, robin. panicked tourists and residents looking for a way out, now forced to evacuate. these deadly and devastating fires burning along greece's coast. these images look like dante's inferno. a resort town east of athens erupting as winds over 50 miles an hour fanning the flames.the families as they try to flee. streets littered with charred remains of burned out cars. this morning these drone images from above show burned out neighborhoods. a state of emergency has been declared in the area as firefighters battle two wildfires. authorities confirming over four dozen people have been killed and more than 100 injured. nearly half the victims found huddled together near a beach. to be rescued.ople at the shoreg fishing boats joining navy ships rescuing people from the resorts.ar
ten tourists who fled the fires has been reported missing. and this is happening very quickly. one witness saying everything happened in seconds. the fires are being stoked by the extremely dry, hot summer conditions, then fanned by gale force winds that frequently change direction causing the flames to spread without warning into those populated seaside towns. the fires are simply too fast for those people who are finding themselves trapped in their homes and in their cars to get out. we are hearing from greek authorities they will go in to search when it is safe. guys. >> all right, eva, thank you. >> okay, now to new satellite images that experts say show north korea dismantling missile engine test sites. this after kim jong-un's promise to president trump during their summit last month. our chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is tracking all the latest from washington. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, cecilia. according to analysis of new satellite imagery, the north
koreans appear to be taking apart a missile engine test stand at a site where they had been sending rockets and satellites into space. it is an encouraging sign for the trump administration after little to show from that summit in singapore with kim jong-un. at the very least, it is a confidence building measure, even though some experts say it is an easy concession for the north koreans to make since they've already developed an intercontinental ballistic missile that could potentially reach the united states. but as for nuclear facilities, the head of u.s. forces in north korea says there has not been a complete shutdown of production yet, nore even a removal of fue rods. >> analysts still looking for that. there were other promises made during that summit as well like the return of the remains of those missing service members from the korean war. any progress on that front? >> reporter: well, secretary of state mike pompeo said the return of some 200 remains could
happen within the next few weeks, but we still don't have an official date, cecilia. >> those families still waiting. thanks, martha. george? >> we'll move on to the new threat from president trump reviewing the security clearances of former top officials who have criticized his reluctance to confront russia over election interference. the white house argues they politicized their access to secrets. critics call it a modern day enemies list and terry moran has the latest. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning. president trump is leaving washington flying out to kansas city, missouri, to talk to the veterans of foreign wars. but he leaves behind hanging in the air this threat to use his authorities as president over the issuing of security clearances to target some of his fiercest critics. president trump's press secretary issued an unprecedented threat from the white house podium saying president trump was preparing to strip security clearances from some of the fiercest critics of his approach to russia. >> the fact that people with security clearances are making these baseless charges provides inappropriate legitimacy to accusations with zero evidence. >> reporter: among the high
ranking officials singled out, former fbi director james comey, former obama national security adviser susan rice, former cia chief john brennan and former director of national intelligence, james clapper, all of whom blasted trump's press conference with putin. >> i use the term that this is nothing short of treasonous because it is a betrayal of the nation. he is giving aid and comfort to the enemy and it needs to stop. >> reporter: the fallout enraging trump. >> the president is threatening to punish brennan and comey and clapper for saying things about him that he doesn't like. is that presidential? >> they've politicized and in some cases monetized their public service and their security clearances and making baseless accusations of improper contact with russia or being influenced by russia against the president is extremely inappropriate. >> reporter: in an interview following sanders' announcement clapper called the move a very petty thing to do. woeohe, c aputy, arew m
already lost their clearance a while ago, questions remain about who could be next. >> what about president obama and vice president biden, their security clearance, are they on the list as well? >> i'm not aware of any plans for that at this point. >> reporter: supporters of president trump had long been furious at comey and brennan and others and point out that it's a stark departure from american tradition for former intelligence and national security officials to be down in the partisan mud trashing the next president. you combine that with the president's retaliatory threat and, george, it's just a sign of the times here in washington and in many ways bad times. >> certainly is, okay, terry, thanks very much. let's get more from our chief legal analyst dan abrams. i think a lot of people don't know that former officials often maintain their security clearances but the big question on the table is if the president wanted to follow through, how would he do it? >> okay, so first let's say there are 4 million americans who have security clearance. a lot of them are contractors, don't work for the government, they regularly monetize their access to having security clearance. and, remember, having security
clearance doesn't mean you get access to secure information. what it means is you're part of the eligible pool of people who could get access. then there's another step. when there's something specific you want to have access to, you then have to get authorization. so i think it's important to understand that context. the president has wide latitude when it comes to security clearance. typically the only thing the courts can get involved in is the process. how did he go about revoking it? what were the procedures put in place, et cetera? but with all that said, the idea that the president would be revoking security clearance not based on wrongdoing, just based on words, is shameful. >> that is why a court could in the end, even though the president does have wide powers, could say this process simply isn't fair. he's targeting people who have first amendment rights. >> yes, except the president's got ways around it, meaning i think there are ways that if the president did this in particular ways, he could do it without the courts getting a real opportunity to review it. >> we'll see if he follows through.
new development on the mueller investigation. new word from the president's legal team that he might be willing -- he's offered to mueller that the president would be willing to answer questions about collusion, but not obstruction of justice. i know you're skeptical about the president's team willing to sit down for anything at all. is this something you think mueller would accept? >> no, they're calling it a counteroffer. i don't know what it means. a counteroffer to the fact that mueller said we want to talk to the president? now giuliani is coming out and saying we have a counter offer now. initially it was we won't talk about his business dealings but we'll talk about other things. now it's, well, we won't talk about the possibility of obstruction of justice. here's the problem, obstruction of justice is too closely linked to collusion. even if there is no collusion, you still have to be able to figure out what were the possible reasons for potential obstruction of justice. i don't see how they can figure out where that line is drawn between collusion and obstruction of justice in a way
that mueller would deem to be acceptable. >> so still no interview? >> there's no interview. it's not going to happen. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. robin. all right, george, now to that dangerous weather coast to coast. torrential downpours triggering flash flooding across the country leading to scenes like this in colorado. rushing water completely overtaking roads. ginger is tracking it all for us. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, robin. it only takes one to three inches in places like colorado on the front range where you get that muddy water rushing down the street. now, in pennsylvania and other spots along the east coast we have just saturated the soil. there's a place in maryland that has had up to a foot of rain in the last two days. and there's so much more on the way. >> watch out, man! there's a big wave coming. >> reporter: a wall of water shutting down highway 24 west of colorado springs. raging muddy waters sweeping through the streets of manitou springs. two to three inches of rain falling, then rushing down the mountain side. floodwaters carrying away this table and chairs outside a restaurant.
as hail attacks this windshield, and piles up along the road. >> hail two feet deep! >> sounded like a million marbles on the roof for about 30 minutes. >> reporter: in santa may, new mexico -- >> santa fe is not made for this kind of flooding. >> reporter: watch as rescue crews use a rope to save people stuck in this trapped car. just outside the nation's capital a 60-foot tree falling into this home in fairfax county virginia killing a woman inside. >> with all the rain and the past couple of days, things of that nature, the roots of these trees have really loosened up. >> reporter: parts of pennsylvania swamped too. water rising on porch steps submerging cars. the flooding even plaguing the famous hershey park forcing the amusement park to close for the day. and this morning we wake up with flash flood watches from charlotte, north carolina, to binghamton, new york. just west of philadelphia there's a flash flood warning. if you wake up and look at your phone and it says flash flood
warning this means it could be deadly if you go out in your car. that's how serious a lot of the wording is the last couple of days from the weather service. i want to lo at the ooust becau urban streets and, of course, all of the little creeks that can form, you can see five plus inches in some of these spots, guys. it will be a wet 48 hours. >> it certainly will be, ginger. details about the gunman in that deadly toronto shooting. two people died including a little girl. more than a dozen injured and the d in a shootout with police. abc's gio benitez is there in toronto with the latest. gio, any word on a motive yet? >> yes, cecelia, no known motive just yet and that intense investigation underway right now. i want to show you where we are. this is actually where the shooter actually went up and down the street shooting at different businesses. you can see right here this is one of those cafes boarded up, the glass blown out, and we have right here a small memorial. 13 injured. two dead. a 10-year-old little girl and an 18-year-old young woman.
now, we have a photo right now of that young woman. that 18-year-old, her name is reese fallon. a recent high school graduate who planned to study nursing. this morning we're also learning more about that shooter. police say you can see him on surveillance video. he's 29-year-old faisal hussain. of course, police and everyone else here, cecilia, is still asking that big question. why? >> yeah, that certainly is the question right now. the shooter's family is speaking out talking about his mental illness. >> reporter: yeah, that's right, cecilia. they actually sent in a statement and it says this in part. our hearts are in pieces for the victims and for our city. our son had severe mental health challenges, struggling with psychosis and depression his entire life. while we did our best to seek help for him, we could never imagine that this would be his devastating and destructive end. police aren't ruling anything out here including the possibility of terrorism, cecilia. >> so many questions there, gio, thank you. certainly we are thinking of our neighbors to the north.
>> we are. we move to the manhunt for a killer of a prominent houston cardiologist whose patients included president george h.w. bush. police released these new images of the man who gunned down dr. mark hausknecht while riding his bike to work and linsey davis is here with the story. good morning shl good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning. neighbors so desperately want to see the killer caught they are hitting the streets themselves. last night a group of more than a dozen went door knocking asking questions and handing out flyers canvassing the southgate neighborhood. this morning, the houston manhunt intensifies as family and friends mourn the death of renowned heart surgeon dr. mark hausknecht, police are urgently searching for his killer. these grainy images show dr. mark hausknecht in green riding his bike to work just before 9:00 a.m. on friday. broad daylight. it's a busy intersection. the suspect in red riding just behind. >> the suspect drove past the doctor, turned and fired two shots. the doctor immiatet gunman flees on a mountain the
poli sketch of the gunman who they say appears to be in his 30s and is either white or hispanic. h.w. bush died at the same medical complex where he worked for more than four decades. >> i just would not associate this place with any sort of crime, forget such a heinous crime. >> reporter: the doctor's wife called the shooting senseless telling abc news, now my family and i have joined the ranks of tens of thousands of other grieving americans who lose innocent loved ones each year. the elder president bush who dr. hausknecht treated for an irregular heartbeat nearly 20 years ago offered his condolences, writing, mark was a fantastic cardiologist and a good man. sueian vn the area. there is still no motive in the case. robin.
>> so sad, linsey, thank you. to that major mistake for olympic swimmer ryan lochte, the six-time gold medalist suspended from competition because of this photo he posted on instagram and t.j. holmes is here and they say a picture is worth a thousand words. this one is worth a 14-month suspension. >> get this, robin, he's actually not accused of doping but just of being a dope, once again, for now posting a picture of himself breaking the rules and not taking a banned substance but taking it in a method that is banned. olympic gold medalist ryan lochte banned from competitive swimming until 2019 for violating an anti-doping rule. lochte inadvertently outed himself to the u.s. anti-doping agency when he posted this photo to instagram in may. it shows him receiving a prohibited i.v. vitamin infusion alongside his wife. the agency stressed there was no banned substance involved. >> i have been in the sport for a long time and i've always been
diligent in making that -- making sure that i know what i can and cannot put in my body. i just didn't know this was not allowed. most athletes do not either. if i did, i never would have done it. it's obvious that i would not have posted a picture. >> reporter: the 14-month suspension comes as the swimmer was supposed to be making a comeback in preparation for the 2020 olympics. after serving a previous ten-month suspension for his behavior during a drunken incident at the 2016 games in rio. just one month later lochte addressed the incident on "dancing with the stars." >> my biggest regret is letting other people down. this is my second chance. and i don't want to blow it. >> reporter: the longtime u.s. swimming star who became a household name at the london games in 2012 sported these american flag grills and coined a new word on e! reality tv. >> it's spelled j-e-a-h. if you say it like how it's spelled, it's jeah.
>> reporter: he's hoping for a third chance to get back in the pool. the i.v. injection, you have to be clear, he was taking vitamins. he had gone to walgreens, bought them in pill form and taken them, no problem. the i.v. form can dilute a drug sample. that's why they have to ban him. >> expensive mistake on his part. >> sure was. thank you, t.j. let's go back to ginger. >> checking in on the car fire in northern california. 2,500 acres burned. 5% contained and the heat is on. waco tied an all-time record high at 112.
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farming community as the search grows more desperate for mollie tibbetts, the university of iowa student who police say disappeared while out on a jog nearly a week ago. this morning her boyfriend, dalton jack, speaking out about the 20-year-old's disappearance. >> one of her work friends called me and said, she didn't come in today and she didn't call in. i was like that's not like her. >> reporter: investigators say the psychology major was last seen wednesday night wearing gym shorts, a black sports bra and running shoes. her wallet and identification all left behind at her boyfriend's apartment. >> i looked back at my messages and she hadn't opened a single one of them or read a single one of them. so i started throwing up red flags and started calling everybody to see if they got in contact with her and everybody had come up blank. >> reporter: jack telling abc news that tibbetts was dog sitting that evening while he was working a construction job about 50 miles away. >> if this is her running off, this is just -- nobody would have seen it coming. nobody would have ever guessed that she would just take off and not tell anybody.
>> reporter: with the help of dozens of volunteers, the sheriff's office searching through thick cornfields nine feet tall calling the case very helicopters from local hospitals helping us out as well. >> reporter: tibbetts' mother saying her daughter was excited about her upcoming sophomore year, telling abc news the uncertainty has been excruciating, and there are no words to describe how you feel when you don't know where or how your child is. family and friends describe mollie as an outgoing and loving person. she had a trip to the dominican republic planned for next month. investigators never found mollie's cell phone so they're now examining her digital footprint looking for any clues that could help in the case. >> some celebrities pitching in? >> exactly. celebrities with ties to iowa specifically. brandon routh, "american idol winner" maddie poppe, football legend kurt warner spreading the word on social media trying to generate awareness hoping
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we're back with that abc news exclusive. the mother who survived that tour boat explosion in the bahamas is now speaking publicly for the first time. she and her daughter were both badly injured in the blast. abc's erielle reshef is here and has that story for us. good morning, erielle. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. that family says their vacation started as any trip to the bahamas might, with plenty of sun and snorkeling but their dream boat ride quickly turned into a nightmare. now they're opening up about those harrowing moments and the
long road to recovery. >> it wasn't supposed to happen like this. >> reporter: stacey bender recounting those agonizing oard this tour boat in the bahamas as it exploded into flames back in june. >> move the boat. >> move the boat. >> reporter: cell phone video capturing the overwhej chaos after the boat mysteriously ignited, sending thick black smoke billowing into the sky. ten americans and two bahamian crew members on board at the time. passengers screaming for help while desperately trying to escape the inferno. bender now speaking out for the first time exclusively to abc news about her idyllic family vacation that turned into a nightmare. >> i realize that i'm going through the air. i think sort of head over heels and i thought they just threw me off the boat. i could see the flames and i started scanning who i could see
and then maleka started yelling to me because her and i were the only ones launched. she said, i can't swim. i can't swim. >> reporter: fellow passenger, 39-year-old maleka jackson in the bahamas celebrating her anniversary with her husband, did not survive. >> i didn't know how i could get to her. i knew i was hurt. then i realized it was shallow. so i got to her and she said i can't feel my feet. >> reporter: as bender fought for her life a wave of panic. her daughter stefanie who was also on that excursion was nowhere in sight. >> i'm screaming, where is stefanie, over and over and i'm hysterical. >> reporter: stefanie dragged from the boat in dire condition but once on shore no medical personnel, no ambulances. >> my friend sheila just went into like m.a.s.h. mode i call it. she took over and said we are getting out of here. they found a truck somehow and
she just took charge and i said i can't walk and she just threw me over her shoulders and she got me in the truck and they got stefanie in the back of the truck and we had a very long ride to the hospital. >> reporter: this morning stefanie is still recovering in a florida intensive care unit. the 22-year-old college student a lifelong dancer and soccer player losing both of her legs in the blast, enduring more than ten surgeries after fracturing her spine and breaking both pelvic bones. >> i sat by her bed and would look at her sweet little face and think, i might never see her eyes open again. you know, i just want to see those beautiful brown eyes, and she looked peaceful and beautiful because she never cannot look beautiful. >> reporter: bender admitted to the same hospital as her daughter, discharged just one week ago, her legs still in casts after suffering both internal and external injuries. >> we're two floors apart.
i would get up to mine and know she was down there. i would just say we're connected, you know, i would tell her i was going upstairs, but i'm here. we're connected. don't worry. >> reporter: her daughter pictured here for the first time since the horrific ordeal. those brown eyes open. and a smile alongside the icu nurse and hairstylist who spent hours brushing the knots out of her hair and volunteered to do it every week until stefanie is released. >> i will just wipe her tears and hold her hand and we're here. we're going to take care of you and i keep telling her it's going to be okay. >> reporter: the tour boat company telling abc news their hearts and prayers are with the victims and the families of this tragic accident as authorities in the bahamas continue investigating the cause of the blast. >> there is nothing left but metal on that boat.
why were we on that one boat? you know, you wish that you just made one different decision and there's guilt that goes along with that. >> reporter: and stefanie spiked a fever over the weekend but doctors say they are optimistic and the family says all the thoughts and prayers that poured in from all over the world is what is sustaining them and keeping them positive. >> they are continuing and, boy, to see a mother's love like that and, of course, thinking of the family of the woman who lost her life there on an anniversary. you're there on holiday. you're relaxed and something like that happens. >> hard to hear the mom say she feels guilty. >> oh, please don't. >> nothing to feel guilty about. >> nothing to feel guilty about at all. >> to see that photo of stefanie smiling gives us hope. we do want to switch gears, coming up the find of a lifetime. what an art dealer discovered in this abandoned storage unit that could be worth millions. lifetime.
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all right, we are back now with the find of a lifetime for a new york art dealer. he purchased a storage locker for $15,000, not realizing it contained paintings that could be worth millions. abc's diane macedo is here with this incredible story and the category of things that never happen to me. >> yeah, i know. you and me both, cecilia. he thought he was buying junk. this gallery owner says he finally agreed to buy this locker for about 75 bucks a
painting because he needed filler for his auctions. well now he says he already found six paintings that could be worth millions and there could be many more. it's an experience art collector david killen won't soon forget after paying $15,000 for a storage unit full of paintings he expected to be junk, he found this inside. >> you live for this moment. >> reporter: a certified genuine one of a kind painting by famous abstract artist willem de kooning potentially worth millions. and that same storage unit contained five more works. >> this storage unit is a miracle. >> reporter: this isn't the first time unsuspecting buyers discovered hidden treasures. a man at a yard sale spent 5 bucks on a picture to discover this hidden gem underneath. an early painting but none other than andy warhol.
>> i saw this big canvas with re ars ago terry horton picked up this painting at a thrift store. a possible jackson pollock which she says is worth $50 million. >> he said you might have a jackson pollock painting here and i said, who the [ bleep ] is jackson pollock?unit. >> every time i feel down i'll open one and it's christmas day all over. >> we all enjoyed that one. so killen says he plans to put the paintings up for auction in the fall. there's no telling what they're worth just yet but two years ago a de kooing painting sold for over $66 million. >> they're worth a lot of money. >> he says he's already had two experts weigh in that say that they confirm it is a de kooning so it looks like it's heading in that direction. >> there's more in that storage locker he's not opening yet? >> yes. he says he wants to take his time because when he's down he can look forward to opening up a
new box like christmas every time. he's found a seventh famous painting in that collection. he also had a few does. he said he got really excited about one that had an artist's name on the side. it was a poster of the artist so they're not all what they claim. if one fet >> that's some find. >> good day. >> not a bad investment. that was priceless. thank you cecelia -- excuse me -- diane. coming up, a goldfish recall. the alert this morning and the kind to look out for. and also that "gma" exclusive. reunion decades in the making, cheryl burke and her long lost sister sitting down for their first interview. aren't they adorable? only on "gma." come on back. ke and her long lost sister sitting down for their first interview. aren't they adorable? only on "gma." come on back.
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birth of their kids, the challenges they're coping with and what all new parents should know. dr. ashton with the latest. right here on "gma," the man who's joining tom cruise on a brand new mission and it's super. the moment that's captured so many fans' attention and the movie is not even out yet. this morning, his mission starts with saying -- >> good morning, america. oh, henry. >> hello. >> hello. good morning, america. great to have you with us on this tuesday morning. great to have superman in the studio, henry cavill. now taking on "mission: impossible." we're going to talk to him about that. >> looking forward to that one of course. what has royalty and the rocket man prince harry and elton john teaming up? that is coming up as well. first that devastating wildfire outbreak overseas. the worst fire in decades tearing through greece, killing
dozens, forcing families to flee. eva pilgrim has the latest. >> reporter: quick moving fires along greece's coast. one witness saying it happened in a matter of seconds. winds over 50 miles per hour fanning the flames, the massive fire trapping families as they try to flee. streets littered with charred remains of burned out cars. this morning, these drone images from above show burned out neighborhoods. a state of emergency has been declared in the area as firefighters battle two wildfires. authorities confirming over four dozen people have been killed and more than 100 injured. nearly half the victims found huddled together near a beach. you can see people at the shores racing towards the water, waiting to be rescued. fishing boats joining navy ships rescuing people from the resorts. now, the european union is sending some help, some
firefighters as well as water-dropping planes. greek authorities have said they will go in and do search and rescue as soon as it's safe but these fires are still raging out of control. george. >> thank okay, george. now to an important "gma" consumer alert about a popular snack. some types of goldfish crackers are being recalled. our chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis is here with details. >> reporter: hey robin, good morning. that's right. pepperidge farms says out of an abundance of caution it is recalling four kinds of its goldfish crackers nationwide because of a possible salmonella risk. take a look. here are the types on our screen, flavor blasted xtra cheddar, flavor blasted sour cream and onion, baked with whole grain xtra cheddar and extra cheddar and pretzel mix. they say the risk comes from whey powder that goes into the seasoning.
salmonella can causet want the company says no illnesses have yet been reported but most importantly, robin, don't eat those crackers. >> do not. this has been very popular trending a lot on social media. people are very concerned about this. >> well, yeah, so many people, so many families rely on these crackers to, you know, make their kids happy at the park so we get it. >> all right, rebecca, thank you. some adults like those crackers too. all right, want to turn to prince harry speaking out on a cause close to his heart, one introduced to him as a boy by his mother, princess diana. she, of course, was one of the first to visit aids patients when it was considered dangerous. this morning prince harry made a speech at an aids conference in amsterdam saying we all must work together to make a change. he also introduced sir elton john, a trailblazer, of course, in aids funding announcing part of a billion dollar effort to help men in sub-saharan africa. sir elton john is a dear friend of the royal family and performed at harry and meghan's wedding. good to see them teaming up. >> more and more following in his mother's footsteps. >> yeah, exactly.
coming up, that "gma" exclusive. "dancing with the stars" champion cheryl burke reuniting with a long lost sister. their first interview this morning. also ahead, new research on dads, new dads and depression. dr. ashton is here with how common it is and what all parents should know. lara, what is going on upstairs? >> hello. george. your mission, should you choose to accept it is to stick around for this guy, henry cavill. the audience so excited for him and you all to get up here. "gma" is coming right back. see you soon. wonderful. soon.
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and this terrific tuesday audience that we have here with us and a time now for a little "pop newen [ applause ] >> we are going to begin with serena williams. when you're serena and you crave great italian food, honey, you go to the source. check out these photos posted by her husband alexis treating his wife to a whopper of a date night in venice, people. a last-minute trip raising the bar for just about every husband on the planet, george, earmuffs treating her to real italian food. alexis writing on one picture, she wanted italian for dinner, so, dot, dot, dot. this impromptu family getaway with 10-month-old olympia in involved gondola rides, breathtaking views and some
serious carb loading. thanks for sharing, alexis. >> went to venice for dinner. >> last-minute trip and posted those pictures. thought i would share because we love serena. sir paul mccartney in the news spotted recreating one of the most iconic album covers of all time. 49 years after he and his fellow bandmates crossed abbey road in 1969, the rock legend has done it again. this was recorded. there you go. i was waiting for it. recorded by his daughter who posted it captioning why did the beatle cross abbey road? i can tell you the answer is mccartney was on his way to the abbey road studios where the beatles recorded the album. this time to play a secret show in which he showcased four new songs from his upcoming album "egypt station" dropping in september. we can't wait. [ applause ] okay. with so many people now using dating apps can i ask our audience are you courageous enough?
anybody want to share if you're on the dating app? raise your hand. tom is. of course, tom. our warm-up comedian. he's on three of them. tom's on three. tom, listen to this story. it can be hard as tom knows to grab the attention of a prospective love interest but there's a guy in glasgow, scotland, who has come up with a trick that is turning tinder on its ear. his name is ethan woodford. he gave up his secret writing on twitter, and i quote, new tinder idea. uploaded all my photos upside down so girls turn their phone to look at them. he goes on to say if they don't like them they swipe left, but, of course, that's actually right. >> oh! >> points for that. [ applause ] >> i bet you he's not single today. >> he finishes by writing bing, bing, boom, match. you got to give the guy an "a" for effort. that's creative and creativity
is funny and funny is attractive. his tweet has been reposted 300,000 times probably leading to more attention than actually turning his profile picture upside down. ethan, good on you. we wish you well. [ applause ] >> well done. >> tom is back there turning his profile pictures upside down as we speak. >> you were literally turning your photos upside down. >> i was just swiping right. this is a very good looking audience. >> oh, tommy. and then, george, well, george and i, you may know if you watch "gma," we have an ongoing debate -- >> talking dogs. >> about whether dogs can talk or in this case whether or not they can sing and in this latest installment to booster my case i first want you to listen to t musical sting at the beginning of britney spears' song "toxic." ♪ >> okay, so there's that. now, please, audience, listen to riley from arkansas and tell me if i'm not correct. ♪
>> oh. >> okay. okay. [ applause ] >> listen, he sang. >> no, that was the musical sting. but he's got great intonation, this to me is proof -- let's listen to it again. here's britney. ♪ okay. riley. ♪ >> it's not talking. >> are we done? >> we're done with singing. we haven't gotten to talking yet. >> we are one step closer. >> yes, we are. >> audience? [ applause ] >> the audience has spoken. >> the audience has spoken. george has admitted a little bit, i will now drop it and move on. robin, back to you. >> all right, lara, great as always. thank you. [ applause ]
we move on to our "gma" cover story and that reunion decades in the making. former "dancing with the stars" pro cheryl burke sitting down with a long lost half-sister for an exclusive interview. abbie boudreau, you had the opportunity to speak with them in this reunion. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. it's been quite the emotional journey for both sisters. after so many years apart now it's like they've known each other forever. cheryl burke sharing on instagram a reunion 30 years in the making. >> same dad. >> different mom. >> reporter: emmet and cheryl. >> reporter: the two-time mirror ball winning champ "dancing with the stars" alum, the ultimate prize was expanding her family tree with her long lost sister, ina. >> we saw each other, honestly all the nerves went away. >> yeah. >> reporter: now sitting down for this "gma" exclusive, the two sisters reunite telling their emotional story for the very first time.
sharing the same father and some of the same facial features. >> freckles. >> same amount of freckles. >> reporter: both revealing they knew about each other growing up but only met once. >> it's so crazy because i don't remember that at all. >> i said to her, i was a chunkster. surprised you could carry me. >> why was it you didn't really want to reach out right away when you found out, oh, i have a sister? >> i think i was so damaged as a kid through just the divorce of my mom and dad, and so that was really difficult. i guess i had this kind of like, wait, dad, you loved somebody else? >> reporter: several years ago their father was in a bad accident, prompting ina to reach out to cheryl by text. >> i just judged it -- i judged her too quickly and i just also -- i don't think my heart was ready. >> so you ignored it. >> i ignored it. >> reporter: this past march their beloved father passed away. once again, ina reaching out to cheryl sending her one more text.
this time cheryl wrote back. >> after our father passed to remember my dad it was like i really wanted to bond with ina. i really -- you know, she is, you know, half my dad. i've taken ina in that she is my sister and talk to her as much as my other sisters now. it's a constant communication. >> reporter: cheryl, recently engaged, invited ina to l.a. for her engagement party and to meet cheryl's side of the family. both are hopeful and grateful for their new sisterly bond. >> every single day we figure it out, wait a second. you do that too. you like cheez-its. i'm listening to everything she's saying and i didn't know you tap-danced. >> how has it changed your life? >> i knew about her but having her here and how supportive and encouraging she is, it's great. it's really changed.
she's forever my sister. >> that's it, girl. >> oh. got to work on that. got to work on that handshake. >> this was only the second time they'd ever seen each other in person and already they seem to have a really strong sisterly bond and, robin, cheryl is now talking about teaching her sister some ballroom dancing moves so lots of fun ahead for these two. >> they are certainly making up for lost time, abbie. thanks so much. george. >> thank you. we have a health alert about dads and depression. we've talked about the struggles of new moms and now new research from the indiana university school of medicine sheds light on the challenges for new fathers. dr. jen here to break it down. before we start here i want everybody in the audience with a clicker, any dad who has dealt with depression or anyone who knows someone who has, let's hear you click. >> so we ended up pretty split down the middle. 48% yes, 52% no.
that is much higher than what the study found which is 5% of men but that's equal to women. that's what's surprising. >> this was a small survey, george. it was done at a pedes clinic on one visit. they were just asked a simple survey and found the rates of depression were about the same moms to dads. other studies have shown the rate of what we call postpartum depression for dads as high as one in four. did you know that? >> that surprised me. i didn't have that. i mean, it was certainly a lot of change, but it was, you know, it was fascinating, fulfilling. i wonder, though, if that was the fact that we had kids relatively later in life. i was 40 when we had kids. >> look, i think that age comes into it but this is a major life stressor for both the mom and the dad. we talk so much on "gma" here about gender discrimination in medicine and how women are often undiagnosed and undetected for the same disease or condition that men are. this is the opposite. we don't have our radar up to
detect postpartum depression in dads and we need to. these are generalities but do know the same disease depression presents differently in men versus women. women it end to internalize their symptoms in general. men tend to externalize those. what does that mean, their manifestations are things we can see. they're more likely to engage in drinking or abusing substances, pill, drugs, they escape through activities that you can see, maybe anger outbursts, irritability or gambling but again it's more visible in general than it is for women. >> so what do you recommend for men who may be dealing with this? >> you know, the easy thing, george, a lot of dads go to their first visit with the mom to the obstetrician or midwife. ask that health care provider, say, what can i do? speak to mental health professionals, there are support groups, talk therapy, medication. express your feelings, you are not alone. you need to talk about this with someone. >> don't be afraid to confront it. >> no, there's no shame in this. we need to drop the stigma with all mental illness, whoever it
affects and obviously dads are just a vulnerable as moms are. >> great advice. to ginger. >> yes, let's do your "gma" moment, shall we? my friends from florida, these ladies are from ft. lauderdale. ponte vedra, did you know there is a pug shark? yeah, oh, yeah, it's a real thing. right. for shark week i wanted everybody to have the warning. that is bodie, a 12-year-old pug celebrating shark week with all of us. thank you for sending that in. they live in atlanta now so he's not getting as much water time.
[ applause ] all right. now to a sneak peek of shark week, tips that could help save your life. divers reenacting real-life shark encounters teaching us what to do if we come in contact face-to-face with a shark. will we get a reenactment out of you, t.j.? >> not out of me. i don't need tips. you stay out of the water, okay. but -- >> that's why we're friends. some people insist on going in the water. you hear things, you're supposed to punch him in the nose. these divers went out and put these things and tested some things and they had to put themselves in harm's way. >> tiger, tiger, turn around. >> reporter: in the show "laws of jaws" shark week is diving into what we might be doing wrong in the water. >> shark attacks happening in our oceans is a result of human behavior. >> reporter: a team of shark
experts unlocks keys to survival by re-enacting harrowing real-life incidents. >> you can avoid almost every bad incident that happens with sharks. >> was bitten in the legs about 300 miles from costa rica. >> reporter: diver nick lebuff takes to shark infested waters to replicate the 2017 shark encounter that led to the death of a 49-year-old scuba diver in costa rica. he turns his back on the shark who then focuses all of its attention on nick. >> wow, he's pretty locked on to you, man. turn, turn. >> reporter: the experiment proves their hypothesis. never turn your back on a shark. >> as soon as i turned around you could see it veer off right at the very end. >> this shows and proves you should always maintain eye contact. it shows dominant posture and it shows where another predator in the water and we don't look like prey. >> reporter: another bold experiment. >> i was a little farther out than i should have been.
when he tore in, can't even >> reporter: with shark encounters with body boarders tripling in the last year the team tests whether rescuers can prevent these encounters by simply splashing. >> five meters. bull shark. we have a bull shark down here. >> reporter: experienced shark researcher liz parkinson is on board at the water's surface. her team splashes the water closer to shore. >> all right, he broke off. >> reporter: the shore team successfully distracts the shark but not long enough to keep liz out of harm's way. >> dive alarm. >> reporter: the effects of their distraction wear off as the bull spark gets used to it. liz paddles for her life back to shore. >> i picked up the pace to get back to the beach. i'm just glad it worked out safely. >> all right. shark week is entertaining, also about education. we also have to put some perspective in here. there are 88 shark encounters in the world last year. that's up from 83 as the average but still 2015 we had 98 so it's t but some rage, no reason fors
perspective there but "the laws of jaws" will be on tonight. >> stare them down? >> look them in the eye, stare them down, you'll be fine. >> you heard it here first. "the laws of jaws" is tonight on discovery as part of shark week. coming up, henry cavill here live. coming up, henry cavill here live. stare him down.
good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> and good morning. i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. it is 8:27. happening today, brock turner back in the spotlight. his attorney is trying to appeal his sexual assault conviction by arguing that he didn't get a fair trial. today, the state appellate court is scheduled to hearing arguments on both sides. the former stanford student was convicted of sexual assault in 2016. he was released from jail after serving just three months of his six-month sentence. let's take a look at traffic this morning. hi, alexis. >> hey, good morning, reggie. we've got plenty of trouble spots. i want to head back to foster city, where we have a rollover crash, eastbound 92 near foster city boulevard. it seems like some of that concrete barrier was hit as well. and caltrans being called to the scene there to clean that up.
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thanks, guys. i appreciate it. >> good to see you here, well, and alive. because there was a rumor that you had passed. >> yes, yeah, yeah. a friend told me that i was dead. [ laughter ] by text obviously. and i checked online and sure enough i found out i was dead according to google. >> that's got to be a little unnerving. >> definitely made me feel very alive. >> and you are very much alive. even without the mustache. we're not the only ones a little sad to see it go. you look great both ways but on instagram, you posted a little something. did you see this video that he posted to say like bye-bye to his mustache. here's a look. >> he's really gone. i can tell you this, though, i will remember him always. ♪ i will remember you ♪ will you remember me >> classic.
and your hashtag -- [ applause ] your #shavedbutnotforgotten. did you really become attached to it. >> it literally became attached to me. yeah, i did actually. the first day after i had shaved it i was looking forward to shaving it and then it suddenly felt like i had done something terrible like i had lost a friend or something and then i realized it wasn't a friend at all and i was happy to see it gone. >> happy to see it go. we're happy to see you in "mission: impossible." [ applause ] i want to talk to you about it. i saw it with about 40 of us at "gma" went. this is why you go to the movies to see a film like this. we'll play a clip and talk a little about it. >> is it true that -- >> walker, whatever you heard, if it makes your skin crawl it's
probably true. >> you're the guy that caught him, aren't you? how long do you think he's going to keep that to himself?himself? >> we'll burn that bridge when we get to it. [ applause ] >> so good. you and tom cruise together on screen magic. when you got the call that you were going to be working with him, especially because he's legendary in that he likes doing his own stunts. >> yeah, yeah, for me that was kind of like an exciting opportunity. i went as my first day on set i went to spoke to chris and wade who was the head of eastwood action stunts and i said, guys, anything that is legal and that killing everyone else if i mess up, consider me in. and they did. so i got to do all my own stuff apart from one. >> apart from one because we
know that tom actually got injured in some of his -- on one of his moves. what was the one you could do not. >> i could not do and this is the most heartbreaking thing, 100% on my bucket list was the halo jump, jump out of the back of a c-17 at dusk. it was my idea of magic and i was praying, praying they'd let me do it. begging tom and tom eventually, he said to me, look, henry, i understand what you're saying, i would love, love, love for you to do it but if you do, the chances are that you will kill me and everyone else in the process. >> he had to go through a lot of training to be able to do it himself. >> yes, he did. he did hundreds of hours of jumping and that shooting that sequence was i think 107 jumps just 0 shoot that sequence. >> oh, my gosh. it was so worth it. i mean, your adrenaline, do not drink coffee before going to see this movie, trust me, your heart is pounding and there is a move you do and we see it sometimes in the trailer.
now it's a jif like you're swinging. what was that? >> that was just really off the top of my head. yeah. >> this is a jif that's going around. >> it just felt right at the time and i got kind of shy afterwards and didn't do it for the next take and then mccue came up to me and said do the thing again. showed me the monitor, okay, cool and we stuck with it and it became a thing. >> so when you did it, it was just natural. >> just off the cuff. yeah. >> can you show us? >> i tell you what -- [ applause ] >> and full disclosure i wwasn' going to ask you but in the control room they're saying ask him to do it. >> how about i teach all of you. everyone, stand up. >> can you mess anything up.
>> okay, so what i'm going to do is show you how to do it in slow motion and then count down from three, three, two, one then go, then everyone does it together. just do not hit the person standing next to you, okay. disclaimer. okay, so hands up first like this and then right on down ba, left arm down and back. anthonst forward. right? we can turn this into a dance. awesome. okay, everyone, ready? okay. three, two, one. yes. [ applause ] >> nice. no bloody noses. >> everyone is okay. good. >> this is well. i want to end with something because you're such a positive person and you said that you have something on your phone about wisdom and tell us a little more about it. >> yes, actually a friend of mine sent me this text a long
time ago enit stuck with me ever since. it's 50 points and its advice from an 8-year-old and i try and read through these 50 points every day whether a good or bad day. especially on bad days it really helps. because it does bring things into perspective a lot. i'll read a couple of them. >> please. >> sing in the shower. >> can't help but feel better when you sing in the shower. yeah. >> next one is one of them is choose your life's mate carefully from this one decision will come 90% of all your happiness or misery. >> ooh. >> never deprive someone of hope. it might be all that they have. >> hmm. >> ah. even better, never waste an opportunity to tell someone you love them. >> beautiful. give us one more. >> one more, one more. [ applause ] remember that 80% of the success in any job is based on your
ability to deal with people. >> that's so true. >> and lastly, don't expect life to be fair. >> wow. this is from an 80-year-old gentleman. >> apparently. or it's my mate who just made it up and said -- >> you know what is wonderful. you have so much that's going on in your life and so much coming your way and even you need some encouragement sometime with that so it makes us just realize -- >> absolutely. it's important to bring things back into perspective, especially today where everything is almost like an assault. social media or the media itself, your friends or just work in general, and to think through or look through the eyes of an 80-year-old person who has lived life and by the way, these are the secrets. it's worst listening to. >> you always are so grateful and to show your gratitude to everyone, you all are getting tickets. imax tickets. [ applause ] >> yes.
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back now with hayley atwell. she is exploring the hundred acre wood in the new live action "christopher robin," of course, inspired by beloved winnie the pooh children's books that we all love. >> uh-huh. >> my question to you is you're up against these fabulous actors like ewan mcgregor but also she's crashings that are not really there. how is that having these wonderful scenes with cgi. >> i feel like we all know these characters really well. and we all have -- my grandpare grandparents' generation and my parents and mine today have this afinty with winnie the pooh because they're such classic tales so i felt like i had been doing the film for years in a way. i felt comfortable with them until you get there on set and you're working with these amazing kind of stuffed animals and you see on screen the
attention to detail that you can see hairs moving and facial expressions that seem so human. i think this film does beautifully is takes the essence and the heart of pooh and just with technology makes him so -- >> brings him to life. what was it like on set? what did they have you acting against? >> yeah. >> stuffed animals. >> you're acting with actors and, yeah, i mean, well, i mean the real animals, of course, just come to life. i don't want to ruin anything for any children out there. >> i wonder as an actor, it's amazing. >> it is, yeah and they all have their own very different personalities and that -- this is a film made today but, of course, you have the classic lines that we've come to kind of associate with pooh, for example, being, you know, people say nothing is impossible but i do nothing every day and how these very innocent kind of round about ways of saying things that are quite profound. >> yes, absolutely. do you want to take a look.
"christopher robin." >> listen, i will call the doctor on the monday. with the amount of rest -- >> oh, christopher. >> tigger. >> eeyore. >> piglet. >> my plan worked. i don't know how i do it. >> you must be christopher robin's wife. hhu. had you do you do? >> my bum hurts. [ applause ] >> so cute. >> most have one character we're particularly fond of. do you have one of the characters you relate to most? >> i have -- i think we all resonate with sometimes we have an eeyore day. sometimes we're little bit more kind of i suppose vulnerable like piglet. i think, though, that from the whole experience pooh is kind of tigger girl, i would just like to say. >> for everyone but i think i love his -- he says he's a bear
of little brain but he's a bear of a very big heart. i know this -- i've read the script, i filmed it and yet when i watched it last week by myself, just me, i was crying through the opening credits because it's -- without being kind of too sentimental it's just very innocent. it's very sweet. it's so much about friendship and clearishing the people in your live. >> really, really special messages in this movie. thank you so much for coming to "good morning america." >> thank you. [ applause ] >> everybody, "christopher robin" opens nationwide on august 3rd. right now we'll head to ginger. >> oh, lara, you're going to see, it is shark week. i'm doing my shark swim. i made everybody do it with me. it's shark week. tomorrow i'm diving back in. that's right. last year i dove with the those caribbean reef sharks in the bahamas. that is me petting one. it was all good. obviously i'm still standing here today and i learned so much. tomorrow i have the opportunity to dive with a remarkable and
very rare species of shark, the endangered whale shark. these sharks are enormous. they are the largest fish on the planet. they can grow to 40 feet long. weigh 20 tons and live to over 100 years old. the georgia aquarium cares for four of them and that is where i'm headed. i'm going in tomorrow, into the water. don't worry, i won't show the sharks my shark dance. it's got summer diy hacks for backyard fun.
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we are back now enjoying the summer outdoor, muggy summer outdoors with britain moron. she has diy backyard hacks to make your home outside even better. >> thank you. everything we're doing today is affordable, easy and takes advantage of things you already probably have at home. moves them to the outdoors. >> you know what, with this weather, this first hack is actually ingenious. it's about waterproofing. >> you can take any of your indoor pillows or cushions and spray them with a little scott guard. just sort of spray six to eight inches away and did it with these. the coolest part you can literal pour water straight onto this. it comes right off. >> wow, sounds good. cnic blanket, athg you want to move outdoors, put scotchgard on. >> your next one is my worst summer enemy, bug bites,ed i a hack. >> natural essential oils can be infused with witch hazel and rubbing alcohol to create your
own bug repellant so this is actually really safe for kids too. lavender, george rain number, all these different essential oil, mix two ounces of rubbing alcohol and two ounces of wish hazel. get these bottles for a dollar each online and put a label on and super, super safe for your skin, repel mc, gnats, flies. you can plant some of these plants in your garden as well. i have to point out catnip. i didn't know much about it but this has been proven ten times more effective to block mosquitoes than your over the counter bug spray. >> buying catnip. >> i love this outdoor station that you've created using cinder blocks. >> i know, they're $2 at the hardware store. you can paint this. a 2x10 four cinder blocks and turn it into a piece of furniture for your balcony. next to your grill. i have a 3-year-old that can put bunk beds for your backyard, just kidding but you can spray paint them. i wouldn't put my kids outside. you can spray paint them any
color. black with the sender blocks all under $10, easy outdoor furniture assembles in minutes. >> that is key. >> you got one more over here. >> yeah, storage, if you don't have much room for plant storage like a garden space, maybe you have a balcony or renter and can't put holes in your roof this is a fun idea, clothing rack, so we just took advantage of these little "s" hooks, get them for a dollar and hang your macrame planters, obsessed with them. it's so pretty. easy to water too at this level and storage down below, clothing rack will cost you about 10 buck, maybe 20 bucks. >> that's good. >> clean your grill with an onion. >> with an onion. >> put a pacific in for the handle and scrape away the things on your grill. another amazing way to do this, i know. it's really cool. then you can just grill them up later. take some aluminum foil and
tongs and gets the grime away. if you don't have brushes with you, yeah, exactly so you can see how that's cleaning that right off. it's so easy, so simple and now you're done. >> easy breezy. >> the all purpose product, coconut oil. >> use it for your han, skin and wood furniture outside. look at that. >> that's great. >> a polish. [ applause ] >> that's not bad. >> moisturizes. >> it lasts for a few weeks actually so -- >> you have to keep redoing it. >> antique wood brings it more to life. >> that's a beautiful product. all these tips on our website. we'll be right
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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning. it's 8:59. i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. here's mike nicco with a look at your day. hey, mike. >> hey, reggie. hi, everybody. we'll start by going to the coast. it's kind of foggy in santa cruz, but this will be the brightest spot with sunshine about 80 today. don't forget about those dangerous rip currents through tomorrow evening. if you're going to beat the heat in the pool, small sunshine and small craft advisory north of the bay bridge. temperature 65 at half moon bay, the 90s in the east bay valleys and 100s around lakeport and even warmer tomorrow before cooling off this weekend. alexis? >> i want to head back to one of our earlier trouble spots. we had a rollover crash on eastbound 92 in foster city. it took out part of that center divide, as well. all lanes back open, so we definitely have some residual delays, but that is improving. also, still have police activity impacting muni, in the mission.
mission history closed between 16 skpth and 17th. so some routes are on a detour. reggie? >> thanks, alexis. time now for "live with kelly & >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, from "mission: impossible - fallout," henry cavill. and broadway star katie lowes. plus, check out kelly's san diego all next on "live!" ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪ >> ryan: yo!