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just kidding. thanks for watching this morning. good morning, america. horror and heartbreak after another deadly school shooting. one person killed and eight others injured when two students go on a shooting rampage at a colorado school just miles from columbine. students as young as those in kindergarten running for their lives, some calling for help. >> i see just a bunch of kids running out and saying school shooter, school shooter. >> as panicked parents rush in, police rush in to stop the teen gunman. now new details about the suspects and the students who risked their lives to save others. also this morning, double trouble. dangerous tornadoes and flooding pummeling the plains forcing water rescues in houston. dren t schools overnight. classrooms underwater and now
more than 30 million americans on alert. the bombshell new report on he lost more than a billion dollars over a decade, paid no federal income tax for eight of those years. now the reporter who broke the story is here live on "gma." morning commute alert. why it may be hard to get an uber or a lyft all across the country today. free britney, the hashtag trending after a new legal move from her mother. who will control the pop star's future amid growing concerns about her health? ♪ baby love and meet the new royal baby. the duke and duchess introducing the world to baby sussex. >> it's magic. it's pretty amazing, and i mean, i have the two best g world, so i'm really happy. >> new mom beaming. proud dad overcome with joy. we are live in windsor for it all.
thank you for joining us this morning. we do have a lot of thus to get to and we're going to begin with that tragedy in colorado where two teenage gunmen turned another american school into a terrible, terrible scene. >> and these images show that terrifying scene at stem school highlands ranch after two students opened fire, children as young as kindergartners fleeing and panicked parents waiting outside to find out if their kids were safe. >> here's what we know right now. one student killed. eight injured. the two shooters opened fire on the campus which is about seven miles from columbine. they are now in custody. >> our chief national correspondent matt gutman is there on the scene starting us off with the latest. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. investigators are still going through that scene behind me, but what distinguishes this attack is there were two shooters. this is the first time that a pair of shooters has targeted a school since columbine happened seven miles up the road from here, and almost exactly 20 years ago, and it might have been as deadly as columbine were
it not for a couple of students who rose up and tried to fight off one of those shooters. the pair of shooters strode into the school and unleashed terror into this community. >> shots fired in the school. >> reporter: blasting away in two classrooms. it was just after lunch at the stem school highlands ranch, students from kindergarten to 12th grade thrown into panic. >> i see just a bunch of kids running out and saying, school shooter. school shooter. >> reporter: police swarming to the school in less than three minutes, bullets still flying when they arrived on scene. >> is he inside the school still? >> reporter: nearly immediately the officers encountered the teenaged shooters, arresting them with the help of students who we're learning helped fight off the assailants, and the 1,800 students began to stream out. >> we started hearing cursing and then later a gunshot. when we were walking out i saw -- i don't know if it was a dead body or something to my right with bullet holes and a cracked phone and when we were
exiting the building there was a trail of blood. >> reporter: casualties piling up. officers and medics frantically working to triage victims. >> i do have one teenaged male, possible gunshot to the foot. >> a female shot in the left leg. >> the number of weapons at the school and how they got in, we're not sure. there was two handguns. i'll tell you that at this point. >> reporter: the wounded scattered from the campus, some to neighbors' yards. >> there was a young man here with a bullet wound in the back. we got him up, got him into my backyard and slowly, we got him up my steps and into the kitchen. >> reporter: this boy hoisted into an ambulance. nine students were shot. one of them dying at the hospital overnight. >> the one we had in custody, he's a white male, black hoodie on and purple hair. >> reporter: one suspect identified as devon erickson. when police raided his home they found his car spray painted with a slogan cursing society. >> more buses coming in. >> reporter: with the students
y're not letting anybody bused. in. >> i just want to get to my son and hold him and hug him, make sure he's okay. he's terrified. >> the last two hours have been later those reunions and the tearful embraces. >> dylan! love you, son. >> reporter: robin, that 1-year-old wi 18-year-old will appear in court this afternoon. that juvenile shooter is being evaluated at an area hospital and they are trying to determine whether or not to charge that suspect as a juvenile or an adult. now that school behind me is going to remain closed for the rest of the week, and counseling is going to be offered to students throughout the county. that's how wide ranging the impact has been here, robin. >> i'm sure they will need that. and for a time of period, matt, thank you so much. we cannot become numb to this. we cannot. >> never. >> never. >> never. all right, thank you so much,
robin. we turn now to that extreme weather that's hitting the they'rboacg tornadoes oklaho. and flooding. houston underwater getting more than 10 inches of rain. abc's maggie rulli is there in cleveland, texas, and good morning, maggie. this was so serious students had to shelter at school. >> reporter: yeah, michael, at one point there were more than 800 students stranded here at south side elementary school. some of them as young as 4 years old. now, right now this morning 60 sleeping just around the corner. their parents either trapped at home or forced to abandon their cars in the rising floodwater. this morning, the southern plains are getting slammed. the heavy downpour in houston halting traffic leaving hundreds of students stranded at school overnight. their parents not able to make it through the high waters to pick them up. these children at a texas day care dangling their feet in the floodwater. others sitting in chairs and classrooms filled with floodwater. >> i tried to come to pick them out or pick him up a couple of
times today. got down the road and the water was so high, i turned around. >> reporter: hundreds of residents forced to abandon their cars. the houston fire department reporting 40 water rescues. houston's bracing for more flooding with some areas getting as much as ten inches of rainfall already with more rain expected this week. one county issuing a disaster declaration for flash flooding overnight. at least 13 reported tornadoes touching down including this pair of twisters in tulia, texas. >> we got a tornado touching down. >> reporter: overnight this tornado touching down in oklahoma sending power lines toppling and debris flying. well, school here is closed today as the remaining students get ready to be sent home in an hour or so. but, michael, i have to say it's been amazing to see how this city has rallied around their kids. local organization brought in cots and pizza and dozens of these faculty members and staff were all here throughout the night to keep the kids company. even playing soothing music while they slept next door. michael, you know, this could
have been a very scary situation for many of these little children but it actually turned into kind of a schoolwide slumber party. so happy end to the story. >> it looks like everybody is chipping in to help out. thank you so much. this severe weather is not going away any time soon. let's bring in rob. he's tracking the latest. good morning, rob. >> good morning, michael. at least two more days of severe weather. got to show you twin tornadoes again, shows you how dynamic it is. the main vortex, this one probably out of the downdrafts in tulia and after nightfall, this is when it really gets dangerous. it illuminates the silhouette of that tornado there. just makes it feel like a monster at night. just a frightening scene there. now we have rainfall, wichita, you're flooding with rescues ongoing, and across parts of south texas, and that's where i think the main athlete for tornados will be today. austin, waco through shreveport and dallas through the early morning hours and shifting over towards louisiana and the mississippi valley and farther east after that. george, over to you. >> thanks very much. we turn to that bombshell report from "the new york times"
over president trump's finances. it's an investigation drawing on official irs documents that show trump reported more than a billion dollars in losses from 1985 to 1994, and paid no federal income tax in eight of those ten years, and cecilia vega has the details. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hi, george. good morning to you. we've never seen these documents before because always know president trump has refused to release any of his tax returns unlike any other president in recent decades, but this new report is raising some pretty serious questions this morning about one of the principal claims that helped propel donald trump into the white house that he is a master dealmaker. >> i'm really rich. i'll say that. >> reporter: time and time again donald trump has billed himself as the ultimate dealmaker just as he did on abc back in 1994. >> i was at the highest of all pedestals, the hottest in the country, the highest point. everything i touched turned to gold immediately. everything i did turned to gold and life started getting boring.
>> reporter: even as his famous "art of the deal" became a best seller, according to "the new york times" the trump business empire at the time was deep in the red. the paper obtaining a decade worth of trump tax records from 1985 to 1994, the most detailed look so far at the president's taxes which he has refused to make public, defying tradition. >> while i'm under audit, i won't do it. >> reporter: "the times" says it shows a tumultuous decade of fevered acquisition and spectacular collapse during which mr. trump ran up a billion dollars in losses on businesses like his taj mahal casino, and failed airline, and that's not all. according to "the times," in multiple years mr. trump seems to have lost more money than nearly any other individual taxpayer in the country. and the paper says because of those staggering losses, he paid no federal income taxes for eight of those ten years. >> turned out i'm much richer than anybody ever thought.
the company has very little debt, tremendous cash flow. >> reporter: a lawyer for the president telling abc news the tax information obtained by "the new york times" is demonstrably false and calls the paper's statements about the president's taxes and businesses highly inaccurate. so these records do not cover the years that are now at the center of this major showdown between the white house and congress -- or congressional democrats rather. just this week, the president's team refused to release for those years, saying there is no legislative purpose in doing so. but, george, this is a fight that could go all the way to the supreme court. >> cecilia, thanks very much. we're joined by russ buettner. he's the investigative reporter for "the new york times" that co-authored this story. you've got president trump's attention. he's already out on twitter. basically he's saying it happened all the time in the '80s and '90s, always wanted to show losses for tax purposes and renegotiate. it was sport he said and he goes on to say it's fake news. your response? >> it's true that real estate developers have tremendous advantages in the tax code in terms of depreciation where you split out the cost of a building
over a number of years. but that accounts for a very small portion of what we're talking about. you can't actually get paper losses of $250 million from depreciati depreciation. it doesn't happen. these were massive failures and they were out of proportion with anything else that was being reported to the irs. >> they're also saying these irs transcripts, the lawyers are saying, are notoriously according to them inaccurate and suggesting they will sue you and "the new york times." >> they suggested that several times. these are -- it's a database the irs has created since the 1960s. every year it's used to set public policy on. they use it to figure out who they're going to audit. they bring and pronounce it from those two audits to refer to. there are internal checks on it to make sure it's accurate and numbers add up. >> when you look at this ten-year time period what's your big takeaway on donald trump's business and finances over those ten years? >> first that it was just kind of crazy. that there's not -- there's not a straight line through any of it. he tries one thing for a little while.
that doesn't work. he tries something else. that doesn't work. he goes from trading stocks to opening casinos to opening airlines. and everything that he does, he spends too much money buying it and can never generate the revenue to support that. so you can see the red ink growing every year. >> how did he survive? >> that's an amazing thing. first he had enormous benefits by birth. his father was enormously wealthy and transferred millions of dollars to him throughout the course of his life and career. that helped a lot and helped him to keep living within his means. and also a lot of these losses were other people's money. he had bond investors that he didn't pay. he had banks that he didn't pay. he was able to get them to take less and then got out of the taxes. >> you had this other report in 2016 which showed in 1995 his tax return showed about $900 million in losses. you put that together with this piece and it suggests that the president didn't pay federal income taxes for the better part of two decades. >> that was certainly likely. by the time he gets to 1995, you're right. he hasn't paid taxes in eight of
the last ten years and has a million dollar -- billion dollar, sorry, essentially gift card to the irs. he can earn another billion dollars over pretty much the next 18 years and not pay any income tax on that. >> what's the biggest mystery left? >> the biggest mystery left is this huge interest income he reported in 1989. it was $50 million. there were auditors that were all over his books at the time, public reports that said he had between $2 million and $100 million to invest. you can't get $50 million in interest from that. so that's the big mystery. >> thanks for coming in. robin? >> george, thank you. now to capitol hill where a big vote is taking place this morning on whether to hold attorney general william barr in contempt of congress over the mueller report. our senior congressional correspondent mary bruce has the latest. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, democrats this morning are taking their frustration with this administration and turning it into action. the house judiciary committee taking the incredibly rare step of voting to hold the attorney general in contempt of congress for refusing to turn over the
full un-redacted mueller report now overnight the justise department issued a new threat to ask the president to assert executive privilege if democrats go ahead with the vote. as you can imagine it's not sitting well with democrats. they are frustrated and furious and they are plowing ahead. but, robin, even if this vote is a success, it is not likely to get democrats the answers they are looking for any sooner, instead, this is likely to escalate the tension between democrats and the white house and certain almost to lead to a very lengthy court fight. >> that is very likely. mary, we know that democrats are facing off with an administration on another front involving the former white house counsel. >> yeah. robin, the white house here is stepping in and ordering don mcgahn, the former white house counsel and key witness in the mueller report not to turn over any documents. the white house says that all of these records, quote, remain subject to the control of the white house for all purposes. democrats here, though, are firing back. they say if don mcgahn refuses to testify here later this month, they could also hold him in contempt of congress. robin? >> all right, mary, thank you. michael. >> thank you.
now we go to a major ride-sharing strike taking place this morning. uber and lyft drivers in major cities all over the country are turning off the app for all or part of the day to demand better pay and benefits from their companies. abc's t.j. holmes is in brooklyn with more. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning. $20 to $25 an hour is what uber and lyft will tell you the drivers make. drivers will tell you the reality is much different, even closer to minimum wage. so on the same week investors in uber are about to make billions, drivers couare making a point, that could make for a frustrating day for commuters. passengers who use uber or lyft may have a long wait time for a ride. drivers in at least ten major cities are shutting off their apps demanding better pay and benefits. >> i came all the way from jfk. >> reporter: this man has been an uber driver for three years and says recently his pay has been cut in half.
>> i could not even feed my family. we have to stay out more time. we work between 70 and 80 hour. >> reporter: the main issue pay structure. strike organizers say uber and other ride share companies can take what amounts to as much as 50% of the passenger fares. they want that capped around 20%. the strike comes on the eve of uber going public and one of the largest tech ipos in history se. what do you think ab making billions and your situation being what it is? >> drivers are not making nothing. without driver this company don't exist. >> reporter: uber tells abc news, drivers are at the heart of our service. we can't succeed without them. thousands of people come into work at uber every day focused on how to make their experience better on and off the road. so here in new york seven to nine. that's when drivers will cut off their apps right at the heart of the commute. but out in l.a., 24 hours they're expected to be without many of their uber and lyft drivers. michael?
>> all right, thank you, t.j. it's going to make it a little harder to get to work if you need a ride. a lot of other stories. britney spears and that new legal move from her mother amid concerns about her health. and meet the royal baby, the duke and duchess introducing the world to their son. what they're revealing about life with baby sussex. irs -- first, let's go back to rob. >> good morning, again. water so much a problem with the severe weather situation. this is fresh video coming in out of alva, oklahoma. we s also seeing rescues ongoing. flooding rains here. three inches per hour and that will do that to you and look at the rainfall here over the next four days, locally six to eight inches over in area that do not need any more water. your warm cities brought to you by amazon prime wardrobe.
good morning. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. more sunshine, a little warmer this afternoon. look what i'm tracking for thursday and friday. chances of showers and thunderstorms but then the sunshine warms our mother's day weekend. it's going to be really nice. mid to upper along the coast. low 70s along the bay. tonight we're back in the low to mid-50s, a little drizzle along the coast. my accuweather 7-day forecast, a chance of showers and what day is it?nd >> hump day! >> we'll be back. e'll be back. > what day is it? >> hump day! >> we'll be back.
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tornadoes, dangerous flash flooding hitting that state as we saw in maggie's report in the first half hour. children had to shelter at school in some places. take a look at this. major league baseball's first no-hitter of the season, oakland a's pitcher mike fiers recorded his second career no-hitter. you see them rushing the mound to celebrate the historic moment and their victory over the reds. we're going to start this half hour with the latest on britney spears. in the wake of her recent health troubles spears' mom is requesting to be involved in her medical decisions. chris connelly has the details. >> reporter: good morning. now, consider this, for the last 11 years britney spears has not had the ultimate say so over her personal life and her finances including things like getting married. instead those matters have been overseen by a conservatorship in which a judge appoints a person or persons to take care of someone who cannot take care of themselves. 95-year-old zsa-zsa gabor had one, so did mickey rooney toward
the end of his long life. for an entertainer who earns millions performing and recording it seems unprecedented. now big changes could be ahead. the sight of britney spears on social media doing yoga in these images she posted saturday may have delighted her fans who cheered her on from 1998's "baby one more time" -- ♪ hit me baby one more time -- in 2003's "toxic" -- ♪ don't you know that you're toxic.♪ -- and in 2011's "three." ♪ one, two, three this week, though, brought new developments. in her often unsettling story, a lawyer for her mother lynne spears filing a motion declaring that it would be in britney spears's best interests to allow lynne spears to have a voice at a hearing about the court approved conservatorship currently held by her father jamie that's overseeing the 37-year-old pop star's affairs since 2008. her ugerdoings,ally seeking a
fwhat s called me time.g,llllia the response from some of her fans, the #freebritney. the battle cry of a west hollywood demonstration the day after easter worn on a t-shirt by eve yelled from a memphis stage this past weekend by miley cyrus. >> free britney. >> during her big hit "party in the usa." last month, britney sought to allay fears of fans with this video. >> i'm checking in with all those that are concerned with me. my family has been going through a lot of strain and anxiety. i needed time to deal. >> reporter: late last year jamie spears suffered a life-threatening colon rupture. he's been his daughter's sole conservator since march and lynne spears asking her lawyer have a seat at the table when her daughter's conservatorship is reviewed in a meeting on may 10th. of course, millions of her fans
are united in wanting whatever is best for britney spears whose stardom has always inspired a u it is to all t we alswishing her now that exclusive interview with the mother of mollie tibbetts. the iowa college student killed last year after she went for a jog. today, mollie's 21st birthday. her mother is sharing her story with paula faris who has that for us. good morning, paula. >> reporter: good morning, robin. a tough interview for any parent do. she says there are good days, there are bad days but on this day, may 8th, what would have been mollie's 21st birthday she wants to celebrate her life and start a movement, mollie's movement. >> it was indescribable and it took a higher power to get me through it. >> reporter: laura calderwood speaking out for the first time on camera since the body of her daughter mollie tibbetts was discovered last summer alongside
a rural corn field. she was killed while jogging in brooklyn, iowa. >> i don't want to feel anger. so i just -- i don't spend a lot of time thinking about it at all. i mean, people have asked me, you know, will you ever forgive him and i said i've gone nowhere near that. >> reporter: it was the missing persons case that captivated the nation. >> this morning, the fbi and law enforcement across iowa joining the intense search to track down 20-year-old mollie tibbetts. >> reporter: after a month-long search, authorities made the grim discovery, led there by her alleged killer cristhian rivera. >> did you kill mollie tibbetts? >> reporter: shortly after the arrest, rivera was identified as an undocumented immigrant, sparking a nationwide debate on immigration, and the president's proposed border wall. >> a person came in from mexico illegally and killed her. we need the wall. >> reporter: but tibbetts' father rob immediately responded writing an editorial at her
eulogy, i said mollie was nobody's victim, nor is she a pawn in others' debate. on behalf of my family and mollie's memory, i'm imploring you to stop. and now mollie's mother, laura calderwood who has remained largely silent since her daughter was killed has made what some called a powerful decision. offering a home to an undocumented immigrant, an acquaintance of her daughter's alleged killer at her son's scott's surging. >> ulysses' parents were leaving town and he is a senior and it was very important for him and for his parents to have him finish his senior year. and so scott simply asked me on a sunday night, can we adopt ulysses and i said no but if he needs a place to live, he's got one. so he moved in the following sunday. i knew i did theight thing,
ani, you know, ifr the da see it every day. >> ulysses or uly as she calls him lives in the same home mollie once did. >> i hope we set a good example and with all the kindness that was given to my family and to the community, keep that in mind and pay that forward. >> reporter: and now on what would be mollie's 21st birthday she's rallying the community in honor of her daughter's memory raising funds for the local opera house. >> mollie was very dedicated to theater arts. she was in plays from the time we moved. we are asking people to donate $21 in honor of mollie and that it will start a -- people thinking about paying kindness forward. >> they're also encouraging people to perform 21 acts of kindness in mollie's memory today. this theater, the brooklyn opera
house was very special to the family. they had volunteered there, and they're just hoping it can be fully restored, allowing mollie's spirit to continue and touch others. the parents said, we're hoping we set a good example. they are. >> they really are. >> strong parents, wow. >> thank you for bringing that to us, paula. we'll be right back. baby sussex making his debut. we're in windsor for it all. back. rudy got older and suddenly stopped eating...t, then we found freshpet.
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just moments ago harry and meghan giving the world the first glimpse of the royal baby, linsey davis is there in windsor with the very latest. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: hey, good morning, top of the morning to you, michael. i feel like i need drums or a trumpeter or royal proclamation. this is the moment that everybody's been waiting for, a chance to see the royal baby and moments ago we heard from harry and meghan and meghan was asked what it's like to be a new mom. >> magic, it's pretty amazing and i mean i have the two best guys in the world so i'm really happy. >> tell us a little about your son. what's he like? is he sleeping well? good baby? >> yes. he has the sweetest temperament. he's really calm and -- >> he gets that from me. >> it's just been a dream. it's been a special couple days.
>> who does he take after? does he look like anyone? >> we're still trying to figure that out. >> everyone says the baby has changed so much we're basically monitoring how the changing process happens over this next month really but his looks are changing every single day so who knows. >> how do you find parenting generally? still a special moment. >> it's great. parenting is amazing. it's only been what? 2 1/2 days? three days? >> yeah. >> we're just -- we're just so thrilled to have our own little bundle of joy, and we're going to spend precious time with him as he slowly starts to grow up. >> i hear you're off to see two special people in a minute. >> yes. >> the queen and the duke. >> yes and we just bumped into the duke as we were walking by which was so nice. so it'll be a nice moment to introduce the baby to more family and my mom is with us as well. so it's been a really -- >> another great grandchild.
>> can we have a little peek? we can't quite see his face. >> oh. >> wow. >> he's already got a little bit of facial hair. >> and while many had speculated this would be a home birth, abc news now understands from a royal source that the duchess of sussex gave birth at the portland hospital, a private hospital in london. and now the big question that still looms large, what is the baby's name going to be? according to the betting agencies here in london, they have alexander as the favorite followed by arthur, james and spencer. of course, spencer, princess diana's maiden name. but the betting agencies have been wrong. they said this baby was going to be a girl. so we will know officially this afternoon, we're expected to learn the baby's name, guys. >> that's why it's called a bet because you don't know. i'm voting for george. how about that? >> i'll take that. sit from a special a george.
>> reporter: that's right. right after the photo shoot they were expecting a visit from the queen herself and prince philip. they would be the first royals to actually meet the baby. this is their eighth great grandchild, michael. >> congratulations to them and thank you so much, linsey. we appreciate you. enjoy yourself. >> glad everybody is healthy and happy. >> that baby has the perfect response to paparazzi. keep sleeping. keep calm and carry on. >> keep calm and carry on. you got that right, george. we got our "play of the day" coming up next. nicely said. right, george. we got our "play of the day" coming up next. nicely said. living with hiv? ♪ keep being you. keep loving. keep aspiring. keep striving. a is a complete one-pill, once-a-day treatment used for hiv in certain adults. it's not a cure, but with one small pill, biktarvy fights hiv with three different medicines
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it's the blockbuster movie breaking all records, now "avengers" star benedict cumberbatch is here live and how did he nod to his starring role in miss met gala suit monday night? and she lit up the met ball and now she's about to light up our morning. katy perry in times square. the story behind the showstopping moment as a burger. she's here live and she's here to say -- >> good morning, america. [ applause ] >> just pushed us right over the hump. >> yes, she did. le that. ednesday. >> yes, we do love that. love katy perry is here, and also love that just moments ago, the world got to meet baby sussex for the first time. the duke and duchess introducing their son. meghan saying, quote, it's magic, it's pretty amazing. i have the two best guys in the
world so i'm really happy and harry is saying they're thrilled and there are a lot of well wishes being sent their way and we're sending our well wishes from everyone here at "gma." >> we certainly are. we have a lot of news to get to as well starting with that shooting in colorado. two teens are now in custody accused of opening fire at stem school highlands ranch. let's go back to our chief national national correspondent, matt gutman. let's go back to matt gutman who is there on the scene with the latest. good morning again, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. investigators are still combing through that scene behind me but what makes it so horrifying is what you mentioned, two shooters, this is the first time that a pair of shooters attacked a school since columbine happened about seven miles up the road and almost exactly 20 years ago. now, we've just learned from police that these two shooters split up attacking separate wings of the school. one of them hit with classroom, and in that classroom, a fellow student tried to attack him.
tried to fight him off. that fellow student was shot. eight others also wounded. one of them died. now, police were here within minutes subduing both of those attackers without any violence taking them in and after that, the school was given the all-clear. you can see images of students and the embraces are hard to forget. that 18-year-old will appear in court today, but authorities are not sure whether to charge that juvenile as an adult, and the school will remain closed for the rest of the week. >> matt, thanks so much. thanks. we turn to the bombshell report in "the new york times" over the president's finances. it's an investigation drawing on official irs documents that shows trump reported more than a billion dollars in losses from 1985 to 1994 and paid no federal income tax in eight of those ten years and back to cecilia vega. cecilia, we've heard from the president. >> reporter: we sure have, george.
it's caught his attention up and tweeting calling this one a hit job sayingigevin the '80s and '90s. >> i'm really rich. i'll show you that. >> reporter: time and time again donald trump has billed himself as the ultimate dealmaker just as he did on abc. back in 1994. >> everything i touched turned to gold immediately. >> reporter: but even as his famous "art of the deal" became a best seller, according to "the new york times," the trump business empire at the time was deep in the red. the paper obtaining a decade worth of trump tax records from 1985 to 1994, the most detailed look so far at the president's taxes which he has refused to make public defying tradition. >> while i'm under audit, i won't do it. >> reporter: the times" says it shows a tumultuous decade of spectacular collapse during which he ran up a billion dollar of wills on businesses like his
taj mahal casino, and a failed airline. and that's not all. according to "the times," in multiple years he seems to have lost more money than any other individual taxpayer in the country and the paper says because of those staggering losses, he paid no federal income taxes for eight of those ten years. now a lawyer for the president is using phrases like demonstrably false and highly inaccurate about the story and we also should add this does not cover the years of tax returns that is now at the center of a very heated showdown between congressional democrats and this white house. the white house refusing to hand those documents over, george. you know this one, it seems like this is a case that could be headed to the supreme court. >> it sure could. cecilia, thanks very much. michael. thank you, george. now to that breaking health alert. the new rule that will affect prescription drugs for everyone, requiring drug makers to be more transparent about pricing. abc's stephanie ramos is here with the details, and stephanie, some of these medications can cost people big money. >> reporter: absolutely, michael. the sticker price on a 30-day
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welcome back to "gma." as you can hear we have a great audience here on this wednesday hump day morning. [ applause ] and we really are excited because we can't wait for tomorrow. tomorrow is our big mother's day breakfast in bed surprise. we are so excited for that. one of my favorite things -- one of our favorite things we do every year. >> makes you feel good. >> makes us feel good just like "pop news" makes us feel good too, lara spencer. [ applause ] good morning, everybody. we're going to begin with a new comedy "dream team." how do you like this. chris hemsworth and tiffany haddish? i love this duo. they will star in a buddy cop movie set in hemsworth' homeland. that's in australia. it's called "down undercover", and the plot sounds tailor-made for tiffany. a troupe of male erotic dancers suspected of masterminding casino heists so, of course, chris hemsworth has to go
undercover, thank you, and haddish will assist as only tiffany can. no word yet on a release date, but cannot wait to see it. if she is anything like she was on the red carpet of the met ball we're in for a treat. [ applause ] it was so warm. she made it. >> he's a funny guy. in "avengers" he is a comedian. >> in "ghostbusters" he was great. i'm looking forward to that. wanted to share with you. also in "pop news," another dream team. this one in the world of music. ed sheeran and justin bieber are, in fact, making beautiful music together. [ applause ] they are longtime buddies and they have been leaving hints on social media all week, first with the pictures and then sheeran posted these handwritten lyrics, and justin has made it official now with this announcement posting fri-yay
tagging ed in the caption, and posted this snippet. take a listen. ♪ ♪ we at a party >> that's all you get. >> that's a snippet. [ applause ] >> you only got half. that was only a jig. it drops friday. looking forward to that. last but certainly not least it's a "gma" exclusive for you. we've been talking about it all morning. time for the annual "sports illustrated" swimsuit issue and the big reveal on who made the cover. happening right here right now. you're going to meet two of the stars live on "gma." but first take a look at how this year is pushing boundaries like never before. it's one of the most coveted magazine covers of all time. 56 issues and counting. featuring some of the most beautiful women in the world. now in their latest issue, the legendary magazine is breaking
new ground featuring the first ever hijab wearing model to sprt a -- sport a burkini, including paulina porizkova who returned to the pages that helped launch her career 35 years ago. >> it has one of the biggest and broadest samplings of beauty we have ever featured. >> reporter: it features three different cover models including usa women's soccer star alex morgan. but who are the other two? you are about to find out. all right, so u.s. women's soccer star's alex morgan is one of the cover stars. congratulations, by the way, and there are two more. both are with us right now. are you guys ready to see? george, are you ready? back by popular demand one of the most popular "s.i." models of all time now, entrepreneur, media mogul, the one and only
miss tyra banks. wow! [ applause ] yes. and landing her first cover, a dancer and former new england patriots cheerleader, camille kostek. [ cheers and applause ] ladies, come on out. [ applause ] congratulations. mwah. >> hi, camille. nice to meet you. hi. [ applause ] congrats. so, tyra, i am so proud of you. i'm so excited for you. >> thank you. >> 23 years later. >> yeah. >> 23. this is -- you're out of retirement. this is your third cover. >> this is my third "s.i." swim cover. yeah. my first was 23 years ago. how crazy is that. >> look at that. >> you broke ground. >> first black woman on the cover of "s.i." and we got the famous shot.
this is the new one, right? >> 25 years later, child. >> when you saw that, when >> i l lki good. >> dang. [ applause ] >> camille, this is your first ever. she's a three-peat. this is your first. what is that feeling like? >> listen, i am one to be the biggest blabbermouth ever and this is something that has left me shaking in my shoes and speechless like i've never been before. i was excited to be a rookie and getting cover -- >> this is the moment when you found out, correct? >> i haven't seen this yet. i kind of blacked out in that moment. >> we have video where you actually get word that you are going to be on the cover. do you remember what is going through your head there? >> no, not really. i actually wasn't sure if i was ever going to see this.
i was hoping that i wouldn't because i couldn't -- i -- oh. >> ugly cry on my first one. call it the kim kardashian ugly cry. >> you know you made it when, "new york post." >> oh, wow. >> and your boyfriend, gronk from the patriots -- >> hey, baby. >> your girl made it. >> oh, my gosh. >> congratulations. >> unbelievable. thank you. > is it really true in this issue you break out the famous "v" bikini we all know and love? >> yeah, so my second year i was on the cover -- >> i remember the polka dot bikini and we re-created this bikini. they couldn't find the actual one in archives so had it made again. and i put it on again? we'll see that and so much more. >> 25 pounds heavier. >> i changed my name from my
modeling name so b-a-n-x. the "x" stands for x cookie cutter beauty. it's all ages, all colors, all everything. >> the 2019 "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition, congrats, ladies, thank you for sharing the news with us. gronk, hello and we'll go to ginger in holland, michigan, for tulip time. ginger. it's tulip time. 90th anniversary. this is princess lyda and the town crier, john and his wife wida of 62 years. tom crier, say it's going to rain, pass it along. >> hear ye, hear ye, the rain is about to fall. good morning. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. more sunshine, a little warmer this afternoon. look what i'm tracking for thursday and friday. chances of showers and thunderstorms but then the sunshine warms our mother's day weekend. it's going to be really upper 6 coast. low 70s along the bay.
tonight we're back in the low to mid-50s, a little drizzle along the coast. my accuweather 7-day forecast, a chance of showers and our next guest is an oscar nominated actor who is battling it out as an avenger playing dr. strange in the huge hit "avengers: endgame." it's wonderful to have benedict cumberbatch with us this morning. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's great to see you and, you know, we paid a lot of attention to the met ball and we saw you and your wife sophie there. >> we had fun. >> you both looked amazing. >> we brought out the camp for sure. >> you brought it out. i'm looking at your suit. >> she looks extraordinary. it's amazing. it was a thing line under the car trying not to crease it too much. >> i'm looking at your suit and thinking he had to go through a
whole night. were you worried about getting anything on the suit? >> i was worried at the beginning and just apart from a little bit of tequila at moments there was very little on it at the end of the night. i was kind of amazed it came out cleaner than this has ever come out. >> we notice the green tie pin. was that your little -- was that a little nod to -- >> it was, indeed. i just -- i had the luxury of choosing a couple of things to just finish it off as a broach detail and saw that and thought that's a nice little nod to the green time stone so that's the one for me. >> the russo brothers were here last week. they said that after two weeks it's okay to discuss the movie. don't worry about spoiling it so with that being said -- >> already i'm feeling uncomfortable so i got to say, to me i'm so hard wired not to do that. i think i'm programmed the wrong way to be the guy. >> you won't tell us how it ends. >> eh. [ laughter ] >> when you finally saw it were
you surprised. >> of course, i'm late to the party and i'm -- it's a wonderful role i've got in it but it's a very short appearance in this film so i mean i remember joe pitching it to me and just having the hairs on the back of my neck just standing up and i thought this is going to be extraordinary if they pull it off and sat there as a fan saying this is extraordinary and there was surprises and thrills and just totally the acting and the performance and directions taken in that journey over three hours as an audience is just -- it's phenomenal for a film of that breed. it's very special. >> it is a phenomenon. so another possible spoiler, what can you tell us about another dr. strange? [ applause ] >> that's a good question. it's a good question. it's a very good question. anyway, as we were saying about the met gala, the time stone, the time stone was an
interesting choice for my costume because -- which i thought might be fun, but anyway -- >> with respect to the met, serena williams. >> she was berating me as well. she's a massive marvel fan. no, you don't understand, you are ruining my life. i'm sorry, we just met. contextualize it. i'm just a stupid fan. i'm too involved. i'm one of those people, i said, what do you mean? it just matters too much to me and i've been in a funk all week because i think i know what's going to happen. have you seen it yet? she said, no! you got to get through it and it's an amazing film. >> she had had her two weeks. you should have told her how it ended. just get it over with. >> i know, i know. >> but really it is a phenomenal film. [ applause ] the way that the russo brothers did it, and they got everybody involved. it was really fun to watch. >> you sidestepped that question brilliantly. you really did. >> we'll have to wait for the next dr. strange. promise you'll come back and talk to us. >> i will. >> thank you so much, benedict. "avengers: endgame" in theaters
right now. make sure you go check it out. now lara, what you got? thank you so much. we're here with one of our favorite fashion designers, zac posen is with us this morning fresh from the met gala where he had quite a night and styled 11 stars in unforgettable looks as he always does. somehow he managed to finagle the gowns back and brought two to of the high tech creations that took more than a thousand hours to make. we have them right here right now. zac, who all did you dress for the big night? >> the super bowl of fashion. i dressed my friend katie holmes who looked spectacular. >> a lot of news about her. >> a lot of news. and we had a blast. julia garner. billie lourd. >> carrie fisher's daughter. >> i mean, i had a crew. andrew garfield. my friend gia coppola. a blast.
they didn't want to leave each other. >> we have -- don't have a ton of time. have to show the dresses. so incredible. the first one is 3-d printed i worked with ge and -- [ applause ] >> that's incredible. >> the art of fashion. this is sara who is actually the engineer from ge who worked on the dress. >> there is jourdan dunn. >> there is jourdan dunn. >> sara, you wear it just as well, my friend. she did wear it well, but how did she sit down in that? >> we took the skirt off for dinner. this is about the art of fashion. celebrating the museum. >> and camp. >> and camp. a rose is a rose. >> what a great idea. >> the second dress worn by -- >> nina dobrev. >> like a little tinker bell. >> you know, we translated that and printed in germany. like rock crystal. >> they both looked -- >> a little pixie.
>> could i knock on those? are they plastic? >> they are. they are polymer. >> is this where fashion is heading, zac? >> it is, yes. this is the future. >> it looks very futuristic. so this year was camp. >> yes. >> your inspiration was -- >> expression, creativity. extreme. you know, having fun. >> yeah, and it sound -- >> taking a risk. >> zac whisper to me what time you got home. a gentleman never tells. >> secrets. >> listen, thank you for coming. >> thank you for having me as always. >> always great to see what the stars wear. you're always welcome here and everybody guess who else is here? katy perry coming up next on "good morning america."
good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. good morning, it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." some uber and lyft drivers in san francisco are going to strike today. they're turning off their apps for 12 hours starting at noon. drivers are demanding increased job security, liberal incomes and a cap on the company's commission. let's see how the roads are this morning with alexis smith. >> good morning, reggie. we're down to about a 15-minute backup on the approach to the richmond-san rafael bridge. they're about halfway done with this emergency repair and the metal plates that are causing this now daily backup and headache for those commuters. 880 and highway 4 is back in the green. no delays southbound 101
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now your accuweather forecast with mike nicco. >> we have a blanket of gray over us this morning keeping temperatures in it is 50s. bre brentwood is a little sunny and 61. things are nice fog your commute. no drizzle out there. cool this morning. 60s inland, 70s around the bay. a chance of thunderstorms thursday and friday, a very small chance, and a wonderful
mother's day weekend. we'll have another update in 30 minutes and always on our news app and ♪ i got the eye of the tiger welcome back to "gma." and we always have a great time with our next guest. she is one of the biggest pop stars on the planet and she's also a judge on "american idol." but you may not know she's also a shoe designer. please welcome the one and only katy perry. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hear me roar ♪ oh oh oh oh ♪ oh oh oh oh ♪ you're gonna hear me roar [ applause ] >> welcome. >> hello, hello, mwah. [ applause ]
>> now, before you sit down we're going to show off the shoes that you're wearing right now. [ applause ] now you designed those yourself. >> i sure did. >> what's the story. >> these are iridescent and they're very fun. you know i like to call my shoes shoe stoppers like showstoppers. they stop traffic and start conversations. [ applause ] >> so how did this all come about? how did you come into the shoe game? >> i like to present myself with clothing, a variety of clothing and i love shoes so much because i believe that you can express your personality and kind of make it like the exclamation point of who you are with your shoes. >> yes, i love that. it's true. [ applause ] exclamation point. okay, the met, the met, the met. you were truly lit. you were truly lit. >> i feel like i might have
retired that word at the met ball. [ cheers and applause ] >> what was that moment like for you? what was that like? tell us about it. >> i didn't go to any finishing school or anything like that. i never practiced with a book on my head, but i had to really walk a straight line. it was like i wanted to say hi to all my friends. even if someone looked at me for long enough i would start to teeter and go -- kind of like -- i was nervous i was going to timber at one point. >> how much did it weigh? >> 40 pounds. >> wow. >> whoa. >> so was it harder to walk as a chandelier or a hamburger? >> you know, i don't know of anyone who's ever asked that question. >> i certainly have not asked that question. >> never in the history of questions. it was actually more -- it was easier to walk as a cheeseburger because it was very padded, all that special sauce. [ laughter ]
all that celine dijon, but, yes, it was actually easier. and funny enough, i kind -- i'm kind of a little bit of a practical joker. one of my favorite comedians is mr. bean. so all night i would kind of fall down a little bit and can't get up and everybody was like, oh, no, there's a cheeseburger down in the corner. and i'd be like, it's part of the act. it was so fun, though. speaking of burgers -- >> tell us more about the shoes. >> these cheeseburger shoes, they range from $50 to $150, all these different shoes. >> wow. >> they are for you. >> oh. [ applause ] mwah. i love it. i wanted these. i so wanted these. >> i bedazzled these and wore these with my cheeseburger. and then, michael, i just thought these would look great
on you. >> oh, yes. [ applause ] >> oh, yeah. mwah. you know what, my feel just said thank you katy perry. >> you can smell them. the jellies i have online they smell very good. these smell like baby dolls. >> i know a few people i could gift these to. >> right, right. >> what about george? >> oh. >> you can't leave out george. >> with the cherries or the pinwheel? >> as long as it's a high heel. [ applause ] thank you. >> it's definitely the cherry on top. >> we know you have your wedding coming up, by the way. congratulations. [ applause ] >> so have you picked the shoes out yet?
>> someone has decided to put up with me for the rest of my life. [ applause ] >> so have you designed -- what shoes are you wearing and are they your design? >> well, i guess i should get started on that. not yet. i haven't figured that part out. we're definitely like enjoying the moment. but i figure if i do, it would probably have to do something with flowers and blooming and -- >> ah. >> ah. [ laughter ] >> sweetheart. >> we can't let you go without talking about "american idol." it has been incredible. [ applause ] alejandro, i love alejandro, but we -- >> i love alejandro. i love all of them. honestly it's written in the stars. we'll see, you know. we are just so invested and i have so much fun being on that show. >> it shows. >> i hope you can tell. it's really hard for me to lie and, you know, when i'm not having a good time you can kind of tell. and i am just having such a blast mentoring these kids and
like supporting them and lifting them up. >> it shows. it shows. [ applause ] >> speaking of that, katy has a new song out with daddy yankee in english and spanish. we have a young lady over there who did a book report on you and got an "a" on it and dressed up like you in class. she did all these things. we want to give her a shout out as well. you can see katy on a new episode of "american idol" this sunday at -- roll that teleprompter. sunday,:00 p.m., 5:00 pacific right here on abc. coming up. tim tebow's mom pam is here live. we'll be right back. [ applause ]
we're back now, celebrating one of our favorite "gma" events, breakfast in bed. it's the 20th anniversary of emeril knocking on doors surprising some of the most amazing moms in america on live tv. we've met some wonderful women along the way. so we went back to see where they are now. take a look. ♪ for almost two decades we've made breakfast in bed a very special tribute. our tradition to celebrate mother's day. >> happy mother's day. >> reporter: saluting a mother who's done extraordinary things worthy of attention, lots of
love and some cooking by emeril lagasse. >> it wouldn't be new orleans without a little chicken and waffles. >> reporter: the excitement beyond belief. mary tyson still saying, oh, my goodness eight years later. >> oh, my goodness. i was so excited. opened the door and emeril, the first thing i saw was his face and, oh, my, the best thing that ever happened to me. i said this can't be happening to me. >> reporter: we chose mary's story as a deathbed promise to her mother to raise and never separate her eight siblings along with her own growing family. >> and after she had said that, you know, i walked away and i was like, how can i do that? i was only, what, 18 years of age and that was a big responsibility. >> reporter: who could forget
that happy scream? judy in 2004 when she sees the bed and crowd on her front lawn. >> i think i woke up the entire city with my screams. >> reporter: raising her best friend's daughters brought emeril to her door. judy now drives a taxi in northern michigan and loves it. >> i'm emeril lagasse. >> reporter: one of the most memorable reactions over the years was a hospital cleaner, who literally had no words. >> what are you going to say? come on, honey. it's okay. >> reporter: she had raised six children as a refugee from ethiopia, all by herself. and got them all through university with honors working three jobs. well, a lot has happened to her since. >> she is now officially a grandmother of three kids. so she is filled with joy. >> reporter: her son says because of our broadcast the children joined together to help her. >> we also actually helped her buy a house last year. >> reporter: and they got her a
new car. >> the progression has been really such a blessing for us because it really brought us together and helped us understand how as a family unit now it's our turn to help her. [ applause ] all the love for your mother out there. she is so shy. she actually wanted her son to do the talking for her. but she is so thankful for what breakfast in bed did for her and her family and tomorrow is the big day. you guys do not want to miss it. emeril is going to surprise this year's breakfast in bed winner. somewhere in america, it might be you so you don't want to miss that. now let's go back to ginger at the tulip time parade in holland, michigan. >> hey. look, everybody, the hats are blowing. we have the wind going. we are in holland, michigan and i am dressed obviously in traditional dutch dress with the wooden shoe, by the way that says "good morning america" on
it 57bd and my name. how cool is that? so we are not just dressed up for just the fun of it. we are actually celebrating dutch history. my oma, this was one of her tim. you're probably seeing a photo of her. such a moment to be celebrating here in west michigan. i know there are so many here. but real quick, i learned the dance so let's do it. one, two, three. good morning. we're waking up to a blanket of may gray. that will turn into sunshine and slightly warmer weather this afternoon. i am tracking the chance of showers and thunderstorms thursday and friday, just a a aa >> we are joined now by pam tebow. she is the proud mother of five including someone you may have heard of, tim tebow. you ever heard of him? [ applause ] well, she is sharing an inspirational message about the
power of positivity in her new book. good to see you. i see you're still wearing the key that timmy -- she calls him timmy. >> you do too. >> i do as well. tell us about "ripple effects," the title. what does it mean to you? >> i love the quote by mother teresa. she says i alone cannot change the world but i can cast a stone upon the waters and create many ripples. and i feel like that is true of us too no matter what season in life we're in or what our opportunities or circumstance, we all need purpose. and i can't think of a greater purpose than to know we could have a life impacting influence on people in our spheres whether they're small or large and create ripple effects and then teach those people to have ripple effects on the people in their sphere. >> it goes on and on. >> on and on. >> there was a cute story you told about tim when he was very young. you never know who is watching
you and the effects it can have. >> that's right. >> you were in a store. >> we were and, you know, you look for those teachable mom moments and so we were -- we were shopping near a school where he played football and he saw a box of cereal on sale. he's nrious consous. you know that. he would never eat the cereal he's also fru gal like me. he snuck it into the cart and there was a little kindergartner whose eyes got big because he recognized him and the next day he went to show and tem and he held up a box of cocoa krispies and said this is the cereal tim tebow eats for breakfast. so you can imagine the calls that we got and parents said thank you a lot because that gave me an opportunity, though, to teach timmy. >> so what did you teach tim? >> i said, we have to be intentional about all of our actions in the way we live if we want to impact the lives of other people because they're going to be watching you. people are always watching you. what are they going to see? so there's a little poem that says little eyes are on you and
watching night and day, little eyes that quickly take in everything you say, little hands eager to do everything you do and a little boy who's dreaming of the day he'll be like you. so i put that >> is too >> so don't -- >> it's in the book. it goes on but i just thought, he needed to realize from an early age that he was going to have an impact and he needs to use it for good. >> i've heard of mvp. you talk about mmp. >> right. right.phrase for influence, miraculous motivating power and i think that really is the power of ripple effects, the power of influence, because we don't know -- when i'm influencing timmy to be an influence to other people what kind of impact will he have? that's the same truth i taught to my other kids. timmy is on a big stage but we can have that same impact on a small stage with the people around us where we work or go to school. >> we all can have -- that's what i love that you write
about. i feel like i should call you mrs. tebow. >> no. we know each other. call me pam. >> but what i really appreciate is you don't have to have a lot of followers on social -- you don't have to be rip or famous. >> i'm not on social media. >> this is why i really love you. but if you're sitting at home right now and they're saying, i can't -- i don't have the power to influence others. what do you say to people? >> if your life connects to one person then you have influence and then you influence all the people that that one person connects to. so i feel like it goes on and own and that really is the ripple effect. the ripple continues on. so never underestimate your power of influence whether you're just a mom in a home and not just a mom. with mother's day coming up, not just a mom. i really felt like that was my greatest potential for influence was in my home with my children. >> yeah. >> so, you know, i don't underestimate that. but if you're in a classroom or
in an office or you work in a store, anywhere, anywhere you impact the people around you. just a smile. >> i wish we had more time. i'm telling y'all if you're looking for a gift for mother's day, this is one. it's really beautiful. "ripple effects" is out right now. pam, thank you very much. >> thank you, robin. >> give my love to timmy. we'll be right back. "gma's" breakfast in bed sponsored by hilton. expect better, expect hilton. and you find that perfect spring dress at that "oh, yeah" price? yes! that's yes for less. score the latest spring dresses at 20% to 60% off department store prices, every day. at ross. yes for less. at ross. ♪ ♪
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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning, it's 8:59. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." mike nicco has a look at your forecast. >> thank you very much. this mo sunshine and pollen for your noon and outdoor activities. temperatures a little warmer than yesterday. lots of 70s until you get to the coast, mid to upper 60s. we have a chance of showers, isolated thunderstorms, just a little chance on thursday and friday. alexis? we do have eastbound i-80. an suv flipped over onto its roof and the far right lane is blocked. the west side starts backup not too far from there and we still have a 20, 25-minute delay trying to get onto the richmond-san rafael bridge. in case you haven't heard,
meghan and harry have named their child [cheers and applause] >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, from the film "wine country," amy poehler! and academy award-winning actress anjelica huston! plus, kelly cooks up her favorite pancakes on the next edition of our "mom knows best week"! all next on "live"! and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! >> ryan: hey, good morning! hi!