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good morning, america. state of a foot of rain drowning the south. devouring homes. sweeping away trucks and buses. nine states now under flood watches as the northeast facestemperatures. >> breaking overnight a deadly rampage. at least five killed after a gunfight breaks out at a backyard barbecue. the massive manhunt for the now. making headlines, hillary clinton and bernie sanders trading blows overnight. >> madam secretary, i will match my record against yours week. >> my dad used to say if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. >> when donald trump dances his way to the gop nominations with his tough talk about muslims.
>> the front-runner's campaign facing new questions and now antion into his modeling company as the republican candidates prepare to face off tonight. steph curry at the buzzer sinking a with seconds to go. the record-breaking streak that can't be stopped. is curry too good for the game? good morning, america. okay, it is official. steph curry is too good for the game. >> absolutely. >> come on. it's incredible. >> beyond t at the buzzer. have a little bit more on that coming up. >> should have called glass, though. >> bam. >> all right, also we have a lot of big news to get to huge night in politics. bernie sanders and hillary clinton facing off in another debate and it was a fiery one. >> oh, yeah, not just what they said was on
the internet is in quite an uproar over the color of bernie sanders' suit. everybody wondering black, brown or perhaps navy, even someg if it was eggplant. >> but his camp -- eggplant? >> yes, a shade of purple. >> his camp spoke out and they said blue and changed their mindk. >> this is all reminiscent of that dress. >> looks brown to me. >> it looks like a suit to me. >> we'll have a lot more on the white house. first we want to get to all that severe weather down south. deadly flash flooding. drowning homes in louisiana. take a look at this drone video showing a neighborhood the water. abc's phillip mena is in hard hit haughton this morning. good morning, i want to show you just how much water has ponded around the home. this is the high water mark. it's about at my chest. now, the family living here, they have
thousands in this community who have had to abandon their homes. overnight wreaking havoc across the south claiming three lives since monday. the governor of louisiana declaring a state of emergency.s ordering the evacuation of a. 500 homes in bulger county. this showing one of those me seeming to ignore those evacuation orders kayaking through the streets. here in haughton this man rescuing his neighbors with his boat after floodwears home and these semis swept off the highway and drivers taking on washed out roads at their own peril forcing these s to search muddy waters for stranded motorists and communities in texas -- >> whoa. >> reporter: -- still reeling
that hit earlier this week.ds under water. >> good lord. >> reporter: forcing even more from their homes. now, though rain has been falling for about 40 in that time this neighborhood has now turned into a lake. more than 100 homes are now under water with more rain on the way. amy. >> phillip much. we return to rob tracking that storm, as well as all the heat here out east. >> good morning, amy. yeah, temperatures in the 60s here in times square and all the heat that is here is kind ot rain and keeping it over the same spots, kind of a july weather pattern with a bermuda high tapping into the moisture all the way into the eastern pacific where the recordis fueling some of this. moisture in the atmosphere, 150% to 200% above normal. to 8 inches of rainfall on top of what they've seen, in some cases over a foot of rain.
good news but flood. more in ten minutes. >> thanks. we move on to that other breaking news. deadly rampage at a backyard barb queue in pennsylvanie dead and authorities are searching for the gunman and pierre thomas has the latest. >> reporter: a beautiful day turned incredibly violent. thele of urban violence and listened to the dispatchers. seven or eight shots. four people were dead at the scene and several were taken to the hospital.ying. four of the five killed were female. police are on the hunt for what they believe may be two gunmen and think it was some kind oftill don't have a clear motive. >> what a horrible scene. thanks very much. >> george, now to the race for the white house hitting a fever pitch overnight. hillary clinton andg off in a fiery democratic debate clashing over wall street, health care, immigration and donald trump. abc's cecilia vega is in miami
>> reporter: amy, good morning to you. the next big battle is here in florida on tuesday and after what we saw on that debate stage, you can beta big fight. overnight a rematch on the debate stage. >> madam secretary, i will match my record against yours [ cheers and applause ] >> well, let's do that. let's talk about that. let's talk -- >> reporter: bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a florida i have -- >> excuse me, excuse me. >> reporter: a debate hosted by >> reporter: a debate hosted by univision where the one thing they all agreed on was trumping donald trump. >> i was the first one to call i called him out when he was calling mexicans rapists, when he was engaging in rhetoric that i found deeply offensive. i said >> let us not forget several years ago trump was in the
movement trying to delegite president of the united states of america. >> he's talking about a very tall wall, right, a beautiful, tallter: both sides forced to defend their own records. clinton exasperated about those e-mails. >> if you get indicted, would you drop out? >> oh, goodness. that's not going to not even answering that question. >> reporter: and turing a question about those nagging negative pollsen 0 honesty and trust into a moment of reflection. >> i am not a case you haven't noticed like my husband or president obama. so, i have a view that i just have to do the best i can, get can, make a difference in people's lives. >> reporter: but the biggest debate of the night, once again, what color was bernie sanders'ke a look one more time at that picture. this went viral online. one person tweeting no more
committed on the politicalorge, i saw brown. i declare it so. this is dressgate 2016 all over again. it was brown. >> i think that's what i saw too but we've alllighting. cecilia, thanks very much. republican, their big debate tonight ahead of next tuesday's decisive votes. florida, the biggest prize, latest poll shows trump with a massive lead over marco rubio and tom llamas is onr: good morning. senator rubio tells me he will rely on those same voters that launched his political career and eventually sent him to the senate as t deals with a new controversy allegedly involving its campaign manager. this morning, donald trump getting closer andtoo big to fail. his delegate count growing. as he starts acting more like a politician his tough talk aboutup.
have to be very vigilant. we have to be very careful and we can't allow people coming into this country who have this>> reporter: trump heading into the ohio and florida primaries hoping for big wins to wrap up the race. >> you knock them out. if you knock them out nothing can ut the trump campaign also now dealing with an ugly moment from their victory party. reporter michele fields who works for the conservative news site breitbart claiming she wasbbed by trump's campaign manager after she asked a tough question, writing "someone had grabbed me tightly by the arm and yanked me down. i almost fell to thes able to maintain my balance. nonetheless, i was shaken." a "washington post" reporter confirming he saw the incident.et to respond. in florida, senator marco rubio now admitting ridiculing trump for his tan and size of hands was a mistake.e embarrassed by it and i, you know, if i had to do it again i wouldn't.
fight senator marco rubio now admitting ridiculing trump for his tan and size of hands was a >> my kids were embarrassed by it and i, you know, if i had to do it again i wouldn't. >> reporter: rubio still insisting he will win the florida primary. some polls show trump up 2 >> you need a miracle on tuesday. >> we just need votes and we're going to get them. >> reporter: jeb bush is meeting with all the candidates here in florida except donald very popular governor here but it's unclear how much his endorsement would matter since major endorsements in this race have not delivered victories.s very much. let's talk about it with jon karl. jon, starting out with the debate, you know, democrats feisty last night. thursday night has become fight night for the could be the last big debate. >> reporter: george, this is almost certainly the last big opportunity for the anti-trump forces to try to stop donald 're a bit lick a basketball team that has to score multiple three-point shots at the buzzer, none of them exactly looking
be the last although there's another one on the schedule for the end of the month it's not clear that it will actually happen. doesn't have a sponsor yet and not clear whether john kasich and mar to be in that. >> let's look at the delegate fight. if donald trump way ahead in florida wins both florida and ohio those winner take all states on in the field will be able to get the delegates they need. >> in fact, george, even if they beat trump in those two states be nearly impossible to catch up. take a look at this. if marco rubio wins the state of florida, he needs to win 75% of the rest of theclinch before the convention in cleveland. ted cruz is not expected to have a chance in either florida or ohio. he would need 68% of the delegates left and if john kasich can win his home state of he has banked everything he would need to win 85% of the delegates to clinch
becoming almost a mathematical to beat donald trump before the convention. >> if they win a couple they could deny him the majority, as well. >> reporter: absolutely. in 48% of delegates even if he wins both those states, so he has to do better thank he's been doing. >> jon karl, thanks very much. to tennis stara speaking out after she failed a drug test amid new allegations now she ignored several warnings about that banned drug. the latest. >> reporter: just two days after publicly disclosing she'd failed a drug test. >> on january 1st, the rules had changed and became a prohibited substance which i had not known. >> reporter: maria sharapova has a message of gratitude for her in an open letter posted on her
yesterday morning with an inbox full of love she may be feeling the love of her fans but that's not shared by some of the major corporations that help make her the world's highest paid female athlete. >> there is no opponent but >> reporter: porsche, nike and tag tu heuer all suspending nium is used to treat heart ailments some studies say it boosts endurance. >> showed a lot courage to admit to what she had done and thatt's just taking responsibility but she admitted she's willing to do. >> reporter: sharapova's lawyer tells abc news she was taking a low dose of the drugdation of a family doctor to address several issues including irregular ekg tests and that she was unaware meldonium was found within the the times of london reports she had been warned to stop taking the substance five times.
really is a very honest mistake by a who takes her career very seriously. when or how sharapova can win back the respect of the public remains to be seen. but she's made it clear she wants to return open letter i'd like to play again and hope to have the chance to do so. a spokesperson for russia'situation should 2409 be presented in such a way it casts a shadow on all russian sports. but some good news for the russian tennis star, sports equipment company head says it plans to extend her deal saying it seems it was all an honest mistake and seems to be taken and innocent until proven guilty stance. >> thanks so much. joined by "usa today"stine brennan, so, what do you make of that phrase, an honest mistake? are you buying it? >> no, not really, amy. i think she's going to be banned at least for six up to four years. this is -- those e-mails you have to read them. she was warned over and over
they don't just drop this news on you on new we're eve.pportunity and it's a huge mistrach for maria sharapova. >> you know we keep hearing from her speaking out in this latest instance thanking fans. does that change anything, swing favor in her opinion. >> admirable she's taken ownership of this where other athletes deny, deny,lance armstrong but when it comes down to the hearing in may the tennis federation will look at this and decide her fate. they're not looking at her pr campaign but did she have medical records and prove why she took this for heart ailments and angina for a young person for all these years is what >> you're expecting a stiff punishment, christine brennan, thank you so much. >> thank you, amy. we switch gears to a heart-stopping moment caught on camera. an armed suspectcab driver with a gun, but a police officer in the right
jumping in to save the day. abc's gio benitez has our a robbery man. give me all your money. >> man, i don't have -- >> reporter: that's cab driver ralph valetta on his first the day in reading, pennsylvania. >> i just started. >> what else you got? let me see your wallet. >> i don't have anything in my wallet. >> we can do this the hard way or we can did it the easy way. all right now if you don't want to die, pan. >> reporter: the terrifying moments all caught on his cab's dash cam. what's going through your mind through all this?t he wants and get out. >> reporter: but what this robber didn't realize, who had just pulled up behind the scene of the crime. deputy sheriff terry elies cab stopped at a green light, gets out of his car. >> there's a cop behind us. >> what's the problem? >> nothing, sir. >> let me see your hands, get out.
you're a life my god. i can't believe it. he has a gun. he had it at my head. arresting the suspect on the scene. >> what are the odds that while you're going through this there's an officer right behind you? >> this was my guardian angel. he >> if that's how he feels that's great. we're out there every day helping out and worked out perfectly. >> reporter: fora," gio benitez, abc news, reading, pennsylvania. >> it was really his guardian angel. >> yeah. >> scary story with a happy her good story, special guest in washington this morning. canada's young and handsome new prime minister justin trudeau has arrived with his wifeee kids for tonight's state dinner at the white house. state dinner, not steak dinner and it's the first onen't take long for
steal the show giving out high-fives to people at the airport and people on are gushing over the prime minister's ka irs pa and just the other day, the prime minister was cuddling with pandas at the toronto zoo. >> i want to do that. >> and all the spread to washington and one headline said justin fever hits washington. >> he's adorable. >> go back to rob with mored heat in the east. >> including d.c., george, where the blossoms will be blooming early. right now 64 degrees in new york city. a typical morningly. look at these. some blowing out of the water. in newark and philly, the warmest, on record and we'll do
waking up to a wet thursday. it's a soaker out there. this rain is going to stay how you're seeing it the entire day. 1 to 2 inches of rain throughout the day. we're all seeing the same exact thing, and like i said it's sticking around all day. temperatures in the 50s.ain in the 50s, rain will stick around until this evening. then we'll start to see a real cool down with the 40s for your friday. march. remarkable, george. >> we will take it. thank you, rob. coming up here on "gma," hulk hogan'slawsuit and the man testifying
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flood watches. >> wow. also right now republican candidates are preparing to face off in miami tonight. it's the 12th it's a crucial face-off for marco rubio who is currently trailing donald trump and ted cruz in the delegate count. also this morning minnesota what they call the nation's largest concussion study looking at the long-term effects of concussions and traumatic brain look at this video getting reaction online. viewed more than 35 million times. >> you're looking at a young
she's giving him a big hug there. we've got the story behind it coming up. >> a tweet story. >> get the kleenexes t. now to the latest in hulk hogan's $100 million legal battle with the website gawker. the site's editors testifyingn to post the sex tape and stunning the courtroom in the process. abc's linzie janis has the story. >> reporter: hulk hogan's personal lawyer testifying he and his client whose real terry bollea did this interview with tmz when the sex tape was just a rumor. >> first of all, welcome. >> yeah, several brunettes, okay. >> reporter: david houston telling the jury all joking aside, he and the hulkster had a very clear agenhe whole purpose was to get the word out rut knock out anyone who might be tempted to publish it. in this is notice. if anybody goes forward with this thing we'll find them andem. >> reporter: five months later
what no other media outlet dared. the man behind the post labeled safe for work, a.j. di lair g he couldn't wait to publish it. >> i enjoyed watching the video. i found it very amusing. >> reporter: daulerio saying't call hogan or clem before putting it up on the site. >> so it's fair to say that whether he suffered emotional distress or part in your decision to publish it. >> reporter: lawyers asking if there's any celebrity sex tape he wouldn't consider newsworthy. >> if they were a child. >> what age? >> orter: but gawker calling the outrageous remark flip saying only it was made after he
of a child. nick denton was asked whether posting it would be distressing to hogan. >> uh, no, i didn't because my job is to disseminate information and that's our social function.m hogan also puts a college professor on the stand who told the jury that gawker's post violated nearly every principle of ethical journalism but gawker prides itself onnt journalistic standards and it has not even begun to present its case in court. >> thanks. let's talk about it with dan abrams and nancy grace, host of ace" on hln. pretty startling moment on where gawker would draw the line. >> yes, it was very startling and that certainly ise on the pig to say that your line, your goal standard is
tape of 4. gawker's argument is that that was being flip and sarcastic but even being flip andng to go down well with that jury and it lifts the veil on the mentality at gawker when they put out the hulk hogan sex right, and, dan, that can't win them any friends but underneath they have a relatively badwere taking depositions giving them before. both these will end up testifying in the case where they'll have more time to >> joking around. >> whatever, but, look, the real risk for gawker here is a legal matter. is it these jurors put gawker on trial in general as opposed tohe very specific question here about this tape, this context, this question. and if i'm gawker, the one thing
what gawker does that they simply want to punish them and i'm sure that's what their lawyers are -- >> i would not putthe stand. they may do it, dan. you may be right about that but i wouldn't put those two on the stand. they're radioactive and imagine what would happen on n. you know what, speaking of the testimony in court i thought hulk hogan did a great job. it's not hulk hogan that you are used to seeing in the ring with the wwe.e private hulling. bollea and came across as measured and calm and not what people would have expected. >> i thought hulk hogan was okay.s great. i think this whole distinction between i get to pick when i'm hulk hogan versus when i'm terry bollea is not a particular -- >> you think the stand is an option. >> no, no question nick denton will take the witness stand in this case. i mean he has to take the stand. you can't let them put clips ofn in without
nick is a much more important witness in the context of this case than terry bollea/hulk hogan meaning hulk hogan'ss, it's relevant. yes, it's important but the most important question in this case is, why did gawker do what it did? what were they thinking? what was the >> dan, i think that what you're saying legally is absolutely correct, because this case is against them and you've got to get their reasoning but in i am speaking to a jury, what's going to matter is, how did this affect hulk hogan? is he believable? was he damaged to be sincere. >> that assumes liability and we're already to damage. >> that was great, guys. thanks very much. >> yeah. >> coming up we'll talk about the model taking on the presidential hopeful's modeling agency treated her like a slave. ush) if you need an opioid to manage your chronic pain, constipated it
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> 7:40. we have new information about donald trump. a young model coming forward taking on a company owned by the presidential candidate. she claims she was promised she working for trump's modeling agency, but that was not the case. abc's brian ross is here with the story. good morning, brian. >> reporter: well, good morning, lara. as a called for an end to abuse in a u.s. visa program that brings in seasonal foreign workers including the parent company walt disney but is the very program he repeatedly used in his own business ventures including one quite glamorous. in a video for this year's "sports illustrated's" swimsuit contest mia king is running aive campaign. much like the man who owns the modeling agency that represents her. donald trump. >> beautiful, beautiful. >>wn but his vast business empire
trump model management is not considered one of the top ten agencies but some of his it big including his wife melania who while dating him posed on his private jet for a private magazine and as seen show he's been involved in recruiting talent. >> you j it hasn't worked out for everyone. alexia palmer was recruited from jamaica and brought to the u.s. by the trump agency under a special h1b visa programworkers. in government documents filed by the trump agency it said palmer would make at least $75,000 a year for three yearsyee. did that seem like a lot of money to you? >> yes. >> reporter: but she got nothing close to that from the more than 21 shoots including this campaign for iman according to a lawsuit she filed
80% of her earnings as fees and expends leaving her for a total of three years of only us some modest cash advances and under her visa status she could not work anywhere else. >> i feel like i was a slave or >> a slave. >> because that's what slavery people do just work and work and work and don't get no money. >> reporter: the trump agency said it had a hard time finding work for $75,000 a year on the form was just an estimate. trump general counsel alan garten. >> there was no tionship. >> except you checked the box that said full time employee. >> that's what the form requires. >> that wasn't true. >> this is how it's done in theeporter: a former u.s. immigration official says companies don't have the option of ignoring the wage figures they cite in a u.s. visa form like the $75,000. >> it would benarily unusual for that to be legal.
has brought more than 100 young models to the u.s. under the h1b visa program, the very as a candidate has criticized others for using as a cheap labor program. so, 22-year-old alexia is going to take on donald trump. >> yes and i knowwin because this is very unfair. >> reporter: alexia palmer says there are other trump models like her but they're afraid to take him on. in part once they leavecy their visas expire and if they stay in the u.s. they're subject to deportation. >> thank you, brian. coming up ona" we have the story behind this heartwarming video. a young woman giving the man who raised her the gift of a lifetime. we have this morning about a weight loss strategy that stars like jimle kimmel used call fasting will be here live to talk about it. she's a dentist so...i kind of have to listen.
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she said on had been waiting for it but i finally asked the man who raised me that o adopt me and love you with all my heart and can't wait to be a >> about as good a proposal as you can get. >> beautiful story. thanks for bringing that to us. coming up next on "good morning america," we have a big morning. we have a huge tory johnson is here with big savings to help you revamp your home. so a lot to look forward to when
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good morning. breaking overnight from the live desk 7 people shot on the city's west side in just about six hours. this was the scene here ofhooting at daily's bar. the two victims had taken themselves to the hospital when police got there. no word right now onppening today a cleveland man set to be sentenced for fatally shooting another man at a cleveland bar. >> the bar already with a violent history shut down andet to reopen. club fly high can reopen says a judge as long as as the owner changes the name, has security guards and cameras and closes at had midnight. the bar's owner says he plans to reopen some time but thinks having to pay off duty
meantime neighbors left wondering if the changes will make any difference. well, we're still seeing the rain coming down out there. in the darker greens we are seeing the heavier rain, but where it's lighter we're seeing lighter rain. it's going to be like this throughout the entire day. it might be going a little light to ay. it will be steady so this rain will continue falling all day long. temperatures right now in the 50s, 58 in akron, 57 in cleveland. hour byhowing that he did dee rainfall all way through your evening community. no major accidents right now but we are dealing with thating our viewing area, look at this 90 backups there. 71 and 77 northbound into the city, our driveds longer 20 minutes 90
morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m., and we have big medical news. the first uterus transplant in the u.s. has failed. what will doctors do to movehow is the patient recovering? a big headline about weight loss strategies. fasting diets, are they safe? a ryal calorie check. and how to have it all. jennifer aniston sharing her secrets to a blissful marriage. why she's feeling her best and how it's never too late how to say no. i got and revamp your home right now.& steals" to make over your wall, kitchen and more
>> good morning, america. and tory johnson. happy thursday and that means tory is here with great "deals & steals." what's the number today? >> it. 57% off today. >> nice. >> i'm always shopping, george. >> also this morning, this video making a lot of headlines. what started this brawlve women on a flight to los angeles. wow. >> that is a brawl. >> that is. it's official. then we're breaking down new research about online dating.aking the first move? ladies, it might be us. you'll want to hear this story coming up. and ultimate sisters surprise. two long lost siblings living miles apart. how they found each other. >> they never knew it. >> unbelievable, that story.
right now the news with amy. >> good morning. we begin with breaking news in the war on isis. intelligence officials uncovered what could be a treasure trove ofng how the terror group recruits foreign fighters including americans. the files reportedly contain personal details about 1,700 fighters from 40 country, 4ng them. recruits were asked for their contact information and were asked whether they would prefer to be a fighter or a suicide , a state of emergency has been declared in louisiana because of extreme flooding blamed for three deaths in that region. up to a foot of rain has already fallen forcing thousands to flee their homes and more rain is on the way. well, immigration was the main topic at the eighth debate between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. both promised not tonted children in the u.s. but clinton suggested sanders had supported vigilantes
called unfair andalth care and wall street policies. >> madam secretary, i will match my record against yours any day of the week. >> you know, my dad used to say if it sounds too good to be true and we deserve answers about how these programs will actually work and -- >> and more to comde of the aisle this evening. republicans have their debate in florida tonight. well, in medical news the first uterusited states has failed. doctors were reforced to remove the uterus after the patient suffered complications but she is recovering and thanked her doctors for acting quickly tohealth. researchers are reviewing those complications to understand what went wrong. a food safety recall this morning. pistachios beinge of a salmonella outbreak sold under wonderful paramount farms and trader joe's. nine states and our website has all
to los angeles. five women started brawling with each other. all because of some loud musicly being played on a boombox. police at l.a.x. called it a, quote, mutual combat situation but no charges sports he's done it again, steph curry sank a 55-foot buzzer beater last night, look at that before halftime. this is not that unusual for alone he has hit 17 shots from more than 30 feet away and 4 of them had been from over 40 feet away. finally we have anor a picture everyone has been talking about online. take a look at this woman's expression as she rode splash mountain there at disney world. it turns out she because her husband wouldn't go on the ride with her. the internet have ing a lot of fun photo shopping her on to the mona lisa, even
it was all planned and looking for the camera then she was practicing her grumpy cat face. >> never going to get over that. >> no, he's to lara. thank you very much and we're talking about a health headline, fasting diets and "the new york times" saying they're gaining popularity and hollywood stars like jimmy kimmelm out but we need to ask are they safe? abc news health and medical editor dr. richard besser is with us. a bit of a reality check.ut these before. >> yeah. >> what do they claim to do? >> there's a number of different ones out there and they all involve some degree of fasting so one is you get to want tore five days and calorie restrict down to 500 calories for two days. another one is every other day and one you eat all oflories during a six hour period and claims -- there's a lot of different claims. some claim they can reduce your
lowering cholesterolsure and some give you weight loss with minimal adverse outcome outcomes and some say they reduce your rick of cancer and easier to you only have to diet two days a week. >> any science behind it. >> there is science in animals that show some value in fasting but there's very limiteds and that's concerning. they're potentially hazardous with people with pre-existing conditions like kidney or diabetes, it can drop your or taking certain medications that can be dangerous if you're fasting and some studies show that if you're fasting one day the next day you're so hungry you'll ld imagine that would be the case for me. human, we've said before are sort of like cars, you have to keep gassing the engines, littlets. is that your philosophy? as you know i'm not a big fan of diets. i think here we need to see a lot more research and see these
changes you can live with. that's the best way to go. some people find jump-starting a diet this way is very helpful but i really don't think -- right now i'd question mark. >> don't look at those pictures and think i'm going to try it. >> i'm not a big fan. >> dr. besser, we listen to you. thank you ve get right over to michael. >> thank you. whatever you two are doing is working because you both look great. what's coming up on the "gma dating is changing the rules and what women can do to have more success. jennifer aniston is secret to her happy marriage. why in her 40s it's the best. and starting under 10 $10 froms" all coming up in times square with the people. "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by new centrum vitamints, a multivitamin you enjoy like a mint. buy this weird, shaved-meat sandwich
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times more likely to get aho make the first move. not only that, the responses will be from more desirable men. do you ever make the first move? >> no. >>hat about you guys? >> never? >> sometimes. >> reporter: in the unscientific analysis that may only apply to initiating contact led to more conversations. >> when women are proactive there is a big win showing if they actually speak up, they have so much tohe unspoken expectation that men should spark the convo is seeming dated. >> i felt it was very old the man asked the woman out on the date. >> reporter: while lee anndra wants the man to start, notey. >> i think it's empowering to know the success rate is higher if women make the first move.
america," abbie boudreau, let's talk about it with di meet ya. >> they'reharge of their dating lives. if you find somebody you think is attractive, say hi and ask a question or pay them a compliment. as beautiful as i like your >> let's go. >> never seen a guy to be upset. interested. who's friendly. >> why are these certainlyo break for so many women, you know, why is it so entrenched in us in so many of us doing it the old-fashioned way. >> we've been told foryears, the guy has to make the first move. it's desperate, too forward but it's 2016 like we've been doing things the wrong way -- >> i'm a hugeoing after what you want, you're cute. maybe we can talk but i am old
that's established let the guy chase you. >> exactly so making the firstean making all the moves? right. >> making sure you're friendly, approachable and interested and, again, you're less likely to reject him. >> can i ask a question? think a lot of times when the woman is the initiator the guy sometimes doesn't want to step on her toes and she was the aggressor before so wants to sit backid of rejection as well. when you say nice tie social media and okaycupid. what about when you're walking down the street. you're face-to-face. >> don't you love a beautiful compliment? >> exactly. >> so if a woman says i like your tie, your shirt. >> we're going out on a date on >> yes, yes. >> may i speak? i just wanted to ask the gentleman in the group what would you think of that? how would you feel? i know obviously it doesn't apply. this is just aut would you be comfortable with that. >> sure. >> absolutely. >> it wouldn't make you change the way you think about the
>> no, i would think the woman is confident in not all the moves after that. >> not all the moves. >> have to be approachable anticipate friendly. you guys have been practicing your opening lines since you . >> i'm retired. >> i watch "friends." how you doing. that's all i got. that's all i got. >> oh, wow. >> thank you.sation. all right, now to a hollywood star who has seen success in love, work and life. jennifer aniston cracking the secret to having it all and opening up to "harper's about why being in her 40s is the best. abc's reena ninan has her story. >> hey, you know no junk food for breakfast. >> dad lets us. >> he lets you gothout underwear. >> reporter: newly married and starring alongside julia roberts and kate hudson in "mother's day." jennifer aniston'sand personal success is at an all time high.
opening up about her secret to having it all telling "harper's ready to start taking risks. you have to start taking chances in an industry that's very insecure about taking chances on people and she is also working on mastering the art of sayingtrying to be better at that. there was a time when i worked and worked and worked. i really have to love something to be leaving my home, my dogs, my husband. the older you realize that. and speaking of her husband, newlyweds. >> congratulations. >> thank you so r: telling nick watt about keeping her august wedding to long time boyfriend justin theroux under wraps. >> how did you manage to keep it a secret?here is a will there is a way. honestly, it was just a faith a lot of hope and the wonderful, beautiful team of trustworthy people.
marriage, she says it's laughter telling "harper's bazaar." married life is so normal and fun and not so muchelt married for so long. with all of aniston's recent success she says her age might be the secret. i feel better in my 40s not only do you feely physically but you're mentally better. for me in my 340s i was just trying to figure it all out and you hit 40 age you're like, oh, okay, i got this. formerica," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> all right. let's go outside to michael now. >> all right, tory johnson here now withging us big bargains on things you'll love for your home. tory, welcome. >> all right, so let's first up wall pops. this is really cool company because they make a wideust peel and stick decals for home, dorm, office. any room that needs a little flair and what's great. you can change them as often as you change your mood which
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>> me too, rob. come on in. it is "pop news" time and begin with news in the acting world after nearly a decade of globales and viral marketing campaigns, the beer brand dos equis says perhaps they're thirsty for a new most the world. jonathan goldsmith is retiring as the character that garnered a cult following saying it was totally mutual. his final ad will air today showing the world's mostan embarking on a one-way trip to mars. >> his only regret is not knowing what he is the most interesting man in the world. >> that is an interesting astronaut. it's ads like that that has dos equis tripling in sales since duction of the character and, yes, the search is on, george and rob -- >> i was going to say rob walked right in there. >> i can't grow a beard like that but stay thirsty, my>> stay thirsty.
i'm glad they're keeping it. good for you, jonathan. happy retirement to you. one shell of a job stunt for an an pal lover i a woman named amman dra green advertising for someone who walk her pet tortoise, henry. she pays $10 an hour. henry would be a 16-year-oldise who loves to sunbathe and stretch his legs in central park. they must be able to lift 16 pounds of henry into and out of his stroller. a real ad. you look slightly politics should be fast on their feet because believe it or not henry is speedy. he doesn't wear a leash either so you just have to -- >> that is>> in the tortoise world he is like a lightning streak. he also likes people and meet a lot when you're strolling with -- >> you get no exercise but -- 10 bucks an hour and it's a nice conversation point.
still be trying to figure out if was brown or blue or black we have another mystery. i'm asking dog or seal. >> whoa.giveaway. that's cute. >> that's so cute. >> george, you are correct. >> either way, her cuteness is a sealed deal. >> that is oh, wow. >> that's "pop news," everybody. >> thank you, lara. and coming up we have this ultimate sister surprise. two long lost siblings finally found each other after so many >> such a great story. then we have a story about the perils of posting online. the woman who says one tweet ruined her life. we have a big warningup.
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the hig reopen friday all other alliance city schools open today. i'm over at the radar right now. you can see where we're seeing the darker where we're seeing the more moderate rainfall and then you look over here near cuyahoga where we're seeing a little bitlace while you. here is a look at how much we're expecting 1 to 2 inches and the hour by this is a steady rainfall coming down all day. . well, we are seeing big backups 90 77. take a look at 77 tracking cars going anywhere from 20 to 40 miles per hour and take a
to downtown we are now clocking in at 22 minutes. 71 and 25th odot are bumper to bumper still. >> see you back here in another 25 minutes with a weather and traffic update rin the middle of a time when senior povertyt is increasing. republicans and some democratsp came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodiesou cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and desperately need them.
and i approve this message. welcome back to "gma" on this glorious thursday morning. it is so we got a lot ahead in this half hour including christian bale who is opening up about his new movie "knight of cups" and tells us what he thinks of the new touching story first. >> i do want to talk about this unbelievable story, an incredible coincidence two womenes apart discovered they were long lost sisters. abc's deborah roberts is here with this amazing story. good morning to you, deborah. >> reporter: it is such a happy story. a reunion destined to cook and her list sister diane adopted from birth unknowingly crossing paths and
finding each other. karen zempel andro cook are miles apart in upstate new york and thought the similarities ended there until recently when their worlds collided. >> my friend who knew dianeng me and i said to her, is diane adopted and she said, yeah, she is adopted. oh, my god and i said, well, i am her ry excited and i called diane and i left a message. >> reporter: only were karen and diane sisters they had already known each other for was stunned because i realized she had been my teacher 30 years ago in college. and five years ago karen and i talked to each other in a pierll not knowing we were sisters. >> reporter: all began in 1987 when diane adopted as an infant
about her medical historyith the new york state adoption registry. >> and then about ten years ago, i received another letter in the mail stating that i had an oldert on then about a month ago i ran into a genealogist, a friend, he said, why don't you write another letter and see what happens. so that's what i did. i received in the mail a letter with the name of my sister. >> reporter: get this, 60-year-old karen also adopted as a baby filed the same exactking for her medical history, never expecting to find a sibling and after losing her husband to alzheimer's disease in december to her at the perfect time. >> i feel in some way this is divine intervention that i am finding my sister and it makes me very happy. >> reporter: sisters for lost time. >> here's my picture. look. i'm sure that i did that on my own. >> reporter: and creating new memories as a alk every day on the phone.
>> for at least two hours. >> it's a blessing. >> and it's probably no coincidence they're both wearing red.vable moment for these sisters. diane says she's always longed for a sister, well now she's got one. the two women are busy catching up they're planning a family vacation together. >> that's great. >> the coincidences are so uncanny. >> amazing just how immediately they're just thick as thieves. >> both of them raised in traditional italian homes with similar traditions and caring for ailing parents and get this when they decided to pete before they could meet theych other at a shopping mall. other. >> beautiful. >> it's a beautiful story. >> so happy they're together. >> thank you, deborah. we'll take a look now at a newalled "the internet ruined my life" and follows people whose lives have been turned upside down and "nightline" anchors one woman's story.
scoter says she never saw it coming. >> i went to sleep and the following morning hit the fan. >> reporter: one single act changed her life forever. >> i was receiving death threats. it was devastating. >> reporter: and the cause of all this hatred, a single i never thought that one tweet would ruin my life. >> reporter: a place where something meant for a laugh or a share. >> thousands of people are telling me you don't deserve to live carter can tear a life apart. new reality for 20-somethings documented in "the internet ruined my life." for nicole that moment came in the form of an acting on her favorite show "glee." nicole often took to twitter to speculate, mostly rumors about the show. tweet that wouldn't even make sense to most people. >> k is p.k. and k.a. is p.k. >> reporter: the crypticlets a ajor plot spoiler for the
character kurt would be prom queen and his longtime bully prom up to thousands of e-mails of new people following me on twitter and i was like, wait what's going on here? fallout from her tweet game clear when a "glee" producer saw it and said who are you to spoil somethinge have spent months to create? i hope you're qualified to do something besides work in entertainment. >> i couldn't believe that he could even come across my tweet. a lot of people wereow, they wanted me to die. @nycoal crowther, are you going to be hit by ald be fun. >> no difference with someone being threatened with physical violence, emotional violence or death threats on a face-to-tosis. >> reporter: five years later
family's roofing business doing of all things social media. >> if i could go back in time and change it,y would. i probably would have liked to save myself the stress and the pain that went through. >> reporter: forica," juju chang, abc news, new york. >> and the internet ruined my life airs on sci-fi wednesdays. let's go back outside to rob. >> the real orida, cold water michigan and from north carolina. you're here on spring break with your son. where is he? >> asleep. i'm sure he'll get out to see sights in new york city. unbelievable record highs yesterday. touching 80 in many spots. get near those numbers again today.l fall and then start to cool down to more normal temperatures as we get closer to the weekend.
with the rain gear out west andflooding will be an issue. orlando, 84, not too shabby down there, as well. heaviest of our rain right now falling where you can see that deeper darker pocket of green. it's lighter as you move north. that won't be long as to sweep in. 1 to 2 inches is expected today. have a great day. >> everybody is wearing these hats out here because it's freezing. it'll 80 degrees but cherry blossom festival peaking early. shed a layer. back inside to you. >> put the hat back on, rob. it was adorable. thank you. southwest kicks off in austin tomorrow. the annual film, music and tech festival brings tens of thousands of people to texas and abc's indra petersons is about to send one more.dra. >> good morning, amy. we are here at samsung 837 in the meatpacking district of new york city where today you'll get
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and opening up about another film on a lot of people's minds, the new batman watt went one-on-one with the star. >> living with the life as someone i didn't know. >> reporter: "knight of cups" is so darned e tell you about you. >> reporter: and its star, the uber talented christian bale, "american hustle," "the dark't love interviews. chris, everyone happy. >> everybody happy. >> christian, are you happy? >> no, i'm good.d of in a now.
famed direct terrence malick, you know "tree of life." "thing red why should i be afraid to die? >> this one evolved to the point where let's not even bother having a script. i was kept the most in the dark in the middle of it. speak terrence would tell me to shut up. >> what's your name? >> my character is a writer but he's so lost of the use of ter: the effect mesmerizing. >> more of a kind of let's see what happens, therefore the viewing experience is also that, as well. it's kind of -- i think it willo each and every person. in that term i think it's more interactive instead of being told what you meant to think. >> reporter: bale is english but when he plays batman --rtant. there's a great character here. >> reporter: he talked american in interviews. >> he's such an american icon that everyone would sort of revolt if they heard anvoice saying that he was playing batman.
reboot it's ben affleck. how is from your batman. >> it needs to be. i've been watching the trailers with my little boy. he's excited. i am too. >> reporter: he's been on thespielberg's "empire of the sun." >> i love the experience of doing it. i was 12 years old and off in these cupses by myself and in you get all the press and that did my head in and made me say forget it. it's not for me. >> then and now. >> not. the reason i love being an actor is because i'm not playing myself. something i don't know how to do as well. >> there is that too. >> left school really earlyd attention. >> this isn't the career of last resorts. >> it's the only choice. there is nothing else. i'm not good at anything s amazing at this and "knight of cups" also amazing unlike any movie ever seen.
watt, abc news, los angeles. >> and in select theaters now and opens nationwide tomorrow. coming up next, what happens when innocent people try life behind bars? an inside look next. ns of good jobs lost. communities devastated. the jobs moved overseas. only one candidate for president has consistently fought trade deals that ship ohio jobs overseas.. sanders opposed the disastrous nafta trade deal. opposed special trade status
so we love virtualere at "gma" and used it when amy was on safari and people are playing with the technology right outside our ith them. hey, rob. rob? not ready? >> he's not so we got dan abrams hosting a new show on a&e called "60 days in." innocent people going in and spending a day in one of the worst prisons - 60 days in one of the worst prisons in america and juju chang will give us a look and talk to dan about it.
>> i never even had handcuffs on>> reporter: seven innocent civilians. >> did i do the right thing? >> reporter: 60 days. in a and e's docu-series "60 days souls agree to be locked up undercover with neither the guards or prisoners not knowing they haven't been convicted of a crime. when you met the recruits, y my gosh. they won't all make it. >> as it plays out this person has no clue. >> reporter: this stomach-churning social experiment all taking place in clark county jail in, indiana, a facility with a history of corruption, drugs and violence. >> when i took over as sheriff the behavior wasr: did you worry you're putting your career on the line by putting innocent lives at risk? >> yeah, i did. there were a lot of sleepless ter: with hundreds of cameras capturing their journey, the seven average civilians ranging from a social worker to a marine, a teacher and a military of
were you scared out of your wits. >> i was petrified. >> reporter: they faced gut-wrenching and volatile me. >> reporter: without protection or barely a safety net. all to shed light on crime and corruption that usually takes place deep in the shadows. did you officers after this? >> we did. we made some arrests. we had several that actually quit. >> reporter: what are you hoping that the tv viewer gets out of watching this? >> that, hey, this is not a want to be. >> reporter: for "good morning america," juju chang, new york. >> i wouldn't want to be there. it's terrifying. >> stunning. me we actually were able to get seven innocent people into a real jail with no one knowing -- i was like, come on. what do you mean? >> the one knows except for the sheriff and his captain -- >> sounds very unsafe for the seven people. >> there was a real concern. there were cameras everywhere meaning
the bathrooms. >> what if they decide no mas. do they have a safeword? >> pineapple. pineapple. >> but, remember, because they can't just walk up to one of the guards because the guards don't know. >> they have no cell phone darn. >> is real. i mean this is honestly more documentary than it is reality show. >> can we talk about what do we learn from the show besides the fact my heart is the sheriff learned a lot about his prison. things he didn't know and how drugs were being smuggled. >> risky move for him. >> totally. this was a bad jail sheriff comes in, says, i got to clean this thing up. what am i going to do and 234ishly thought about using undercover police officers. well, we'll come for 48 hours. he's like,o he gets these seven people to come in for 60 days and the question, of course, is going to be how many of them make it for
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an inspiration but you got to see this on abc's "good morning america." >> that is tomorrow. but right now the virtual reality technology that we use to take you on safari in weeks ago with amy this morning, people are playing with that exact technology right outside our studio and rob is there with them. hey, rob. >> hey, much fun here. we are at the t-mobile times square store where they're unveiling the latest gear including the new phones, the galaxy s7 series
and vr where these guys are checking out some virtual reality so they can't see what we're doing but what they're looking at, spring break on the cactus league in arizona and the padre, angels where the weather is beautiful. that's a great place to kind of transform yourself and even though it's warmyork, i wouldn't mind seeing that virtual reality. by the way, if you're not here in new york, no problem. go to your local samsung store
or s7 edge tomorrow at t-mobile when they unveil it you'll get a second one for free. if you come here today you getwhat's up? you enjoying that? he can't see us. hey, yo. >> nah, nah, nah. looks like fun. >> it's s a great ad for virtual reality. come on, that guy is completely in his own world in times square. >> i know. he watches it back. >> what a perfect end to a surreal thursday on "gma." we hope you have a great one.
people shot on the city's west side in just about six hours. this was the scene of a double at daily's bar. the two victims had already taken themselves to the hospital when police got there. right now no well, happening today a cleveland man set to be sentenced for fatally shooting other man at a cleveland bar. >> the bar already with a violent history is to be reopen. a judge says be reopen as long as as it changes its name and and cameras. well now let's check the forecast. how's it looking? >> well, af relief, we're getting into rain and some catching a break. that's how it's going to be intermittent
the rain falling throughout the day. one to expected. you can see lightening up for now. your hour by hour forecast showing that steady rainfall into the this rain isn't stopping until 10, 1 # o'clock tonight. quiet conditions for your friday. we are and as we zoom out from the inner belt you will see all of with. backups on 90, 71 north, 77 north. we're tracking cars on 77 north into the city going anywhere from 13 to 20 miles per hour. bumper. we haven't seen much of an improvement. >> thank you. we'll see you bright and early