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good morning, america. breaking overnight, more than two dozen tornadoes reported in the midwest. >> i was just so scared. >> this one ripping through iowa destroying homes. >> this is a mess. >> while powerful wind and hail wreak havoc and wildfires raining in the west closing in on entire neighborhoods in california. one of the pope's top advisers charged with sexual assault now taking a leave of absence. the highest ranking vatican official to face these accusations now firing back this morning. the clock tickinging as republican senators work on the health care bill. >> one of president trump's
the russia investigation. tim tebow's big moment at bat. the rising mets star sending a 92-mile-an-hour fastball soaring. >> took a bat on the ball and hit it hard and was thankful i could get one out tonight. >> getting one step closer to the major leagues. ♪ tim tebow hit it out of the house. that moment once again. he just got promoted. what a great way for timmy to celebrate. >> put the bat on the ball, hit it hard. >> just like that. it is crunch time in the capitol. trying to craft a new version of obamacare repeal by tomorrow but it is going slow. we have new polls this morning showing the public just isn't buying it. >> more on that in a moment. first to that tornado threat out of the midwest. more than two dozen reported twists
states. abc's alex perez starts us off in wisconsin. good morning, alex. >> reporter: ray, good morning, robin. a lot of the damage happened after dark so many people are just now getting a chance to assess what happened. now, that powerful storm ripped right through this garage tearing down the walls and sucking this big truck out, flipping it over. [ sirens ] >> hurry, tornado. >> reporter: dangerous twisters tearing through the heartland. >> i think it's coming this way. >> reporter: 26 reported tornadoes touching down across four states wednesday from iowa to wisconsin. >> oh, it's hitting the ground now. >> reporter: the storming bringing massive hail. toppling trees and destroying homes. >> this is, you know, fury of nature type of stuff. >> reporter: one family -- >> it hit like that. >> reporter: -- narrowly escaping. this morning the massive cleanup under way.
crews working to clear roads and help those who lost everything. >> just like the world had ended. >> reporter: this as wildfires wreak havoc in the west. more than a dozen structures destroyed in southern utah. >> ask you guys to all leave. >> reporter: the goodwin fire in arizona quadrupling in size on wednesday. firefighters forced to pull back for fear of their safety. so the cleanup here is just getting started. but to complicate things many parts of the midwest today bracing for another round of strong storms. george. >> okay, alex, thanks very much. we want to get more on those wildfires out west. rob marciano has that. >> reporter: 40 of them so expanding this and hot and dry conditions across the intermountain west and red flag warnings still in effect. some of that energy is now in the plains where we got the severe weather yesterday. and that's where we're going to have the severe weather today. a severe thunderstorm watch out for much of northern kansas and a flash flood watch out for kansas city and parts of
today across the plains and tomorrow it's going to actually get into the great lakes and getting closer to the holiday weekend so may impact the plans of our viewers. >> rob, thank you. now to that breaking news. one of the pope's top advisers facing sexual assault charges this morning. cardinal george pell, the highest ranked vatican official ever to face these accusations. our foreign correspondent james longman has that story for us. good morning, james. >> reporter: good morning, robin. yes, a stunning development overnight. the man considered the third highest ranking official in the catholic church is charged with multiple counts of sexual assault. george pell is a senior cardinal from australia and is in charge of vatican finances which makes him a close adviser to the pope. we don't have much detail yet of the allegations but they do go back to his time as a young priest. cardinal pell firing back criticizing what he calls a relentless character assassination adding the whole idea of sexual abuse is abhorrent to me. now, in his official statement he says
his day in court and will defend the charges vigorously. police have instructed him to appear in court on july 19th. as a member of the pope's upper circle this is potentially the biggest scandal to face the current papacy but pope francis indicated his support and given cardinal pell leave in order to face trial. >> the pope has asked everyone including the media to withhold judgment but this is a big test for him. >> reporter: his reaction is going to be under huge scrutiny. many just feel that the vatican has not done enough to deal with this problem. the world will be watching, robin. >> it will, james, thanks. we're following several stories out of washington. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell trying to reach consensus on obamacare repeal hoping for a vote but few signs he's picking up the support he needs. house set to vote on two new bills and president trump will hold his
south korean's president and how to deal with north korea at the top of the agenda. new developments in the russell investigation. one of president trump's closest personal aides is now facing questions. our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega here with the details. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning. this probe is widening. investigators are now looking at the president's inner circle. as you said one of the people they now want to talk to is one of the president's closest aides. he is president trump's longtime former bodyguard turned top white house aide. such close ties he has an office right next to the oval office. and this morning, abc news has learned keith schiller is now on the list of witnesses that house intelligence committee investigators want to talk to as part of their probe into possible ties between team trump and the russians. schiller did not respond to a request for comment. but sources close to the investigation tell abc news people on that witness list have been notified. schiller has known president trump for nearly two decas.
officer who is now director of oval office operations, the president assigning him such tasks as hand delivering the letter to fbi headquarters that told former director james comey he'd been fired. he is rarely heard from publicly. but he is nearly always by the president's side, known for being fiercely protective. during the campaign schiller was seen hitting a protester outside trump tower. >> stop it! >> reporter: he was at the center of this now infamous moment. >> excuse me, sit down. you are weren't called. sit down. >> i have the right to ask the question. >> reporter: after just a look from his boss, it was schiller who ushered univision anchor jorge ramos out of that news conference. >> don't touch me, sir. don't touch me. you cannot touch me. >> reporter: one white house official here tells me they're not surprised to learn schiller's name was on this list, in fact, several white house officials here expect that their names could end up on this list too, george, as this russia probe continues. >> do we have
officials will be? >> reporter: well, george, we're learning a little bit more as this investigation moves forward. we know that investigators want to talk to, for example, the president's son-in-law jared kushner, we know that they want to talk to his longtime friend roger stone. this is essentially a witness list, that's what this is and as this investigation moves forward, more names are being added to it. >> expected to get wider. thanks very much. george, more now on the health care showdown. the senate scrambling to draft a new version by tomorrow before leaving for the july 4th recess. president trump is predicting a great result. mary bruce is tracking it all for us on capitol hill. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, republican leader mitch mcconnell is hoping to have a revised version by tomorrow but this morning it's still unclear what parts are being tweaked and whether this will be enough to turn some of those no votes into yeses. overnight the president got a harsh greeting as he arrived at his d.c. hotel. [ chanting ] .
he dropped by a fund-raiser for his re-election campaign. as he eyes four more years that promise of his first term to repeal and replace obamacare is stalled on capitol hill. >> health care is working along very well. >> reporter: republican leaders are still optimistic but still facing opposition from within. at least nine senate republicans are opposed to the current bill. not to mention all of the senate democrats. but that's not stopping the president from predicting a surprise victory. >> we could have a big surprise with a great health care package. so now they're happy. >> what do you mean by big surprise? >> i think you'll have a great surprise. >> reporter: the real surprise would be if republicans are able to pull this off. gop senators i've talked with who are still opposed are on the fence say they don't know if they can get it done and if they can't, well, there is growing talk up here of the "b" word. they may have to do a bipartisan deal. robin. >> all right. and also, of course,he
travel ban and know parts will go into effect today. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. part of his travel ban will be going into effect today and comes after the supreme court earlier this week finally upheld some parts of the ban. >> thank you. > more from our chief white house correspondent jon karl. let's begin with the russia investigation. now reaching deeper and wider into the white house. this is still very much the beginning as it continues to grow, much more difficult for the white house to wall off the investigation from the rest of their work. >> reporter: and it's cast a shadow over the entire west wing. the fact that schiller is now on that witness list is a reminder that virtually all of the president's senior aides at some point are going to be touched by this investigation. even those who aren't even accused of any wrongdoing whatsoever will have to come in, testify. that means it's going to take time, a distraction and, george, legal bill, lots of legal bills, a shadow not just over the current senior staff but those they want to bring in who are
whether or not they want to be dragged that this. >> i lived through that in the '90s. even when you're just a witness it costs you a fair amount of money, could be even tens of thousands of dollars. let's talk about health care. a lot of new polls coming out showing how weak that senate bill s a couple up now. three new polls all showing support for the republicans' health care bill, one as low as 12 according to "usa today" will make mcconnell's job so much more difficult. >> reporter: absolutely and another recent poll from fox news which has the number a little bit higher at 27% approval rating for the republican plan but look at this, george. 52%, a majority of the country now saying in that fox news poll they view obamacare possley. so it's a tough political environment here. they still believe they have a chance to get this passed. but they really need to come to an agreement at least in the outlines of what the bill will finally be to get those wavering republicans on board b
surprise. any idea what he's talking about? >> reporter: i think the surprise he's talking about is winning, is victory on this bill. getting this bill passed in the senate and, george, at this point that would be a surprise. >> it would be a surprise. meantime, the president is meeting with the south korean president tonight. it comes as his national security adviser suggests the president asked him to draw up new military options to take on north korea. >> reporter: that's right. the president himself has asked for the options and it's a much more difficult challenge now because the north koreans as their missile program has advanced, they can now launch missiles with a much shorter setup so much less time to react so what the president has told his national security team is that he wants a new set of options including military options which they, of course, hope it will never come to because there are no really -- there is no good military option on the korean peninsula. >> none at all. okay, jon karl, thanks very much. george, we have more now on the new
affecting thousands of flights heading to the u.s. the department of homeland security announcing enhanced screening for passengers and electronics. abc's david kerley has the details and, david, this morning the airlines are warning this could, of course, lead to significant delays. >> reporter: they're talking about that and actually how much it will cost as well, robin. this is all about terrorists who learned how to put explosives in electronic devices and sneak them through security. the u.s. was considering expanding the laptop ban. instead they're requiring much tighter security from any airline that wants to fly into the u.s. overnight airlines grumbling about the new stricter screening requirements the u.s. is demanding for any jet headed to america. passengers will see more dog units, explosives swabbing and new high-tech scanning machines in foreign airports. the fear terrorists have learned to hide them in electronic devices. we saw it in africa. >> our enemies are c
disguising explosive, recruiting insiders and hijacking aircraft. >> reporter: the u.s. is basically setting a new global standard for airport screening. rather than expanding that laptop ban on eight middle eastern and eight african nations and so it will have to be used by every airline flying to the u.s. that covers 280 airports, 180 airlines, 2,000 flights and 325,000 passengers a day. >> al qaeda and isis bombmakers have spent considerable time seeking to better understand airport security and find ways to build bombs that can get past it. >> reporter: while the international airline association hopes to minimize the cost to airlines, the u.s. airline association says, there should have been more consultation to avoid operational disruptions which it says are likely. now, the airlines are being given a few weeks to implement some of these new restrictions. and a few months for others. their kind of complaining i
>> what about the laptop ban already in effect at some airports? >> reporter: yeah, dhs, homeland security is saying if those airlines and those airports can meet these new higher standards they're going to lift the laptop ban on those airports and airlines. >> interesting, all right, david, thank you. we turn to an investigation into what set off an explosion at a college dorm in kentucky. as you can see much of the building at murray state university was gutted. a university employee who was injured is thankfully in stable condition. no students were inside because it's summer break. authorities say a preliminary investigation indicates a gas leak may be to blame investigating whether foul play was involved. we move to a major development in that case that made national headlines last year when orred protesters occupied a national wildlife refuge. an fbi agent is now facing charges accused of lying about the deadly encounter. clayton sandell is in denver with the story. good morning, clayton. >> reporter: and good morning, george. the fb t
no longer working on the bureau's elite hostage rescue team. he's been reassigned after a shooting he says didn't happen. this morning an alleged lie and an fbi agent facing criminal charges. >> you want my blood on your hands? >> reporter: stemming from this attempt to arrest robert "lavoy" finicum during a takeover at a wildlife refuge. they flee and nearly hit a roadblock. that's when investigators say fbi agent w. joseph astarita fires twice missing him as he gets out his hands up a bullet tearing through the truck. but astarita, a member of the fbi's elite hostage rescue team, allegedly told investigators he never pulled the trigger. >> the actions of the fbi hrt in this case damaged the integrity of the entire law enforcement profession. which makes me both disappointed and angry. >> reporter: seconds later
saying he reached for a gun. finicum's wife says my husband was shot in the back three times and should have been afforded his own due process before they killed him. >> the cover-up is worse than the crime because the agent would not have been prosecuted for taking a shot if he felt that that vehicle driven by finicum was a danger to the public. >> reporter: now what is still not clear is why astarita allegedly lied. prosecutors say that will come out in court. the agent faces five felony counts in all and pleaded not guilty. >> five counts. there were other members of the team. what's going on with them? >> reporter: yeah, that's right. there were four other members of the team who were there. the sheriff who investigated the case says the fbi told him that those agents were not disciplined. the sheriff says that is disappointing, george. >> okay, clayton, thanks very much. back to rob for more on those conditions fueling the fires out west. >> george, all those lush hillsides from all that rain this past winter across
the fires. we are way above average, 2.7 million acres burned so far and we have fires breaking out yesterday across southern california, orange county, the hillsides there near camp pendletown and in burbank, as well. dangerous situation out there. several fires burning across several states and red flag warnings especially for the interior west and heat advisory, not the record breaking heat we saw last week. humidity a touch - 90s today through midweek next week
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"good morning washington" update. >> good morning, washington, i'm melanie hastings. here's a check of your top stories. >> safetrack may be over, but metro closures will continue. the red line will shut down for four weekend in a row starting july 15th. the project will also involve changes during the week between july 10 and august 11. red line trains will single trak between friendship heights and medical center during the evenings. metro says it will use the time to test a method of waterproofing. >> parts of president trump's travel ban take effect starting at 8:00 tonight. to a individual any issues,ed admiration is out with some new guidelines about how to implemet it. the ban limits immigration from six muslim majority countries, but a supreme court ruling allos people with
>> big difference from yesterday's 80s and where it was quite comfortable across our area, today we're going to get some humidity and even a little bit of heat. upper 80s to around 90 degrees, but at least we're going to have sunshine. humidity on the rise for friday, for saturday, especially it will feel like 96. the heat index value, and then back at 95 for the fourth of july, so maybe your travels will take you to the beach. the heat continues into early next week before cooling off. >> sounds like a great day for sunglasses and sun dresses. not so terrible for you on the ride on the road. but we do have a couple of accidents that have just cleared to the shoulder. 395 northbound the earlier incident just after duke street has been cleared. it did block a left lane and let shoulder. to the right side of the roadwa,
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of those billion. first we begin with that startling confession from a former nfl star. redskins running back clinton portis earning more than $40 million on the gridiron but life after football led to bankruptcy and almost drove him to murder. jesse palmer is here with that story. good morning, jess. >> good morning. with more than 2,000 carries over nine seasons he signed what was then the largest contract for a running back in nfl history. but just a year after his retirement, he found himself drowning in so much financial trouble that he was considering murder. once a star nfl running back for the washington redskins -- >> touchdown. >> reporter: -- he rushed straight into a $43 million fortune he displayed on "cribs." >> you like the shower. here's a good shower. >> reporter: in a new "sports illustrated" article, portis revealing the life of luxury all came crashing down in
he filed for bankruptcy of his fury turning on his former business advisers getting so upset he says he was ready to take the life of one of 9 men who he says mismanaged his money. portis went so far as to wait for the man outside a d.c. office building, gun in hand. >> he thought that they had taken away his ability to poi for his family and felt that they were not paying any consequences for that. he felt for those few nights that he would have to take it into his own hands. >> reporter: the 35-year-old revealing he was talked off the ledge by a friend who told him over the phone to turn his car around saying you've already lost but the loss you would sustain by killing someone would be greater. >> his friend reminded him of his sons, of his family, of the people who loved him and that he had so much to lose. >> reporter: edge rein james, the former colts star said the 35-year-old was too generous plunking down credit cards for strangers and supporting too many friends and family. portis says the
is trusting people with my money. he wishes he had put money in the bank instead. clinton portis tells abc news that dark days are behind. the future is looking bright and "sports illustrated" tells us that portis is truly content finding happiness and value in family and relationships. his story can be found in the latest issue of "sports illustrated's" "where are they now?" issue. >> we bring in darren rovell. all right. yes, he made some mistakes financially. we'll give you that. but it is so much more than mishandling finances. you believe that pro athletes like clinton are targets for crooks. >> absolutely. listen, their salaries are public, right? so that's out there. we know that they're coming from backgrounds where they're not coming from money and they don't have the financial education. so people are going to go after them and say, this is a way to get money quick. and, unfortunately, these stories are happening over and over again. we keep telling these stories
until it's your own situation, you don't learn. >> i'm not even going to begin to list the many athletes and the many different sports leagues. what can the leagues, can they do anything? should they be doing more to help? >> right now i'd say they need to back off because and this is a weird thing. the nfl has an nfl financial adviser program. that's through the union and the whole idea about this was let's help them and say these are the financial advisors that we approve through our program. the problem is that some of these financial advisers have been the same guys that are part of this fraud. so they say, okay, let's look at the list of people who are approved by the nfl p.a., by the players union and those guys are using that as an opportunity -- maybe they've never done fraud before but now they're using it as an opportunity to say, hey, we're approved and now the players will kind of -- there's the aaffirmation so i think it's very tough. i think the players have to say, never sign over power of
write a check for you. there's got to be some steps. they got to do a better job. >> we have to understand the average playing career for professional sports is very short. >> three years. clinton portis got, what, nine years. a $17 million contract and yet he still looked at his bank account one day and saw $150. >> also the athletes have to take some of the responsibility. >> absolutely. >> cannot put the blame completely on them. >> you look at how he spent on things. he had $400,000 in gambling debts when he filed for bankruptcy. >> all right, darren, good to see you. >> thank you. coming up here check this out. a woman finds a black bear in her garage. we'll tell you what she did. no h the uncertainties of hep c. wondering, what if? i let go of all those feelings. because i am cured with harvoni. harvoni is a revolutionary treatment for the most common type of chronic hepatitis c. it's been prescribed to more than a quarter million people.
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we are back with that close encounter in colorado where a woman pulled into her garage, came face-to-face with a black bear. there it is. t.j. holmes with the video. >> hey there, this video is a little scary at times. fascinating. even funny when you hear some of her commentary. i want you to keep in mind this bear is essentially signing its own death warrant because it's displaying behavior in which it's so unfazed by human beings that wildlife officials consider it too great of a risk. >> aagh. oh, my -- >> reporter: this is the moment danielle back trom realized she has an uninvited guest. >> kind of open my door and the bear was right there. freakin' bear, get out of my garage. >> reporter: she just pulled into her colorado garage tuesday when this
followed her inside. at one point it even climbs up on her car and starts sniffing around. >> shoo, bear, shoo. >> i quickly hop back in my car, keys are in there, i roll up the window as fast as i can. >> reporter: the mom tries to scare it off and makes some noise, even tries to nudge it out by backing up the car. the bear barely even notices as you can see in her car's rear view camera. >> i can't go because there's a bear behind me. come on, bear. move. >> reporter: the bear eventually runs away. she calls wildlife authorities to report the sighting. >> go away, bear. oh, my god. >> reporter: officials think the bear is the same one seen here just one day earlier eating ice cream from a nearby garage. they say this video highlights a growing problem. >> it's not cute. it's eating my ice cream. >> reporter: that by leaving food so easily accessible the bears forget to fear humans
the repercussions could be deadly. >> this bear has clearly learned that people can provide food and that garages are a place that it can find food and unfortunately when that happens, you know, it can make the situation dangerous. >> we see some of these close encounters and we play them, again, the woman was kind of funny. this is a serious matter to wildlife officials. that bear was about 400 pounds. it should be around 120 and 300. it's clear it's not eating out in its natural environment. people are leaving out and it's eating things it shouldn't be eating. this is one of the keys. you have to keep a wild animal wild and do it by making sure you put things up and animals can't get to the stuff around your house. >> makes sense. >> thank you. coming up, the "fast and furious" series heading for a roadblock? one of its stars now threatening to quit and we'll tell you why next. (bell rings)
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cue the commercial break and i was talking to rebecca. you were talking to larry. good morning, rebecca. back now with our big board and that "fast and furious" star, one of the most successful franchise 234z film history could be losing one of its star. >> that would be michelle rodriguez threatening to quit unless purchases give her more of a role and larry hackett here to talk about it. you have the first details. >> this is a very big deal. this franchise
than $5 billion in the last decade but now one of its biggest stars, michelle rodriguez, taking to instagram saying it's time to show some love to the women threatening to leave if they don't. >> you should be watching from the side. i wouldn't want to get any exhaust on that pretty face. >> how about you put your money where your mouth is. >> reporter: the no nonsense female phenom but michelle rodriguez threatening to pull away. >> see ya. >> reporter: apparently over the franchise's treatment of women. the high octane actress writing on instagram i hope they decide to show some love to the women of the franchise on the next one or i just might have to say good-bye. fighting words from the actress who said she once had to fight filmmakers to allow her character to throw a punch in a male-driven brawl. >> what is it going to be? >> reporter: during his
week of filming last year, dwayne "the rock" johnson taking to facebook expressing his loyalty to his female co-stars touting their professionalism on set calling them always amazing. as for rodriguez, she's hoping her star power can turn the wheels of change. and there are a lot of people rooting for her this morning. rodriguez explaining in a recent interview that the imbalance of power weighs heavily on her mind not just because of her role but the diminished roles of other female actresses in the franchise and says the only leverage i have as an individual is my participation. as an actor that's your leverage. >> it is. she wasn't specific in what her concerns were. what do you think. >> i'm not surprised. she's not going to start saying i need seven more lines but the interaction she finds
embarrassing. the times they speak to each other about something other than a man and this movie fails that. she's been in it with 16 years with another character and the times she's said something to her is five times. the fact of the matter is these movies can change. they're not just testosterone parades. "wonder woman" being a case in point. starring in the "fast and furious" franchise, it's a great idea and i think she's put the studio and filmmakers on their heels. >> what would happen if she left? >> i don't want to say conclusively but probably not much. paul walker who was one of the co-stars died in 2013 and the now movies are making more money than they've ever made. this wouldn't be just about her character leaving but about the circumstances of her character leaving. all this attention now being paid. if she walks away from the franchise because the filmmakers in her mind were unwilling or unable to give meaningful roles
kind of comic book settings that's not a good thing. >> you bring up "wonder woman" and that's a good point. it wasn't just a powerful female cast but the director as well. you would think hollywood would want to jump on a bandwagon. it was a huge success in the box office. >> more successful than a number of other superhero flips that have done quite well. there was unbelievable pressure on "wonder woman." patty jenkins, the director and filmmaker talked about the unbelievable pressure she felt in making this film a success. the fact that it was successful means very likely we're going to see a sequel and pore follow because we know now there is interest. if there are consumers there will be films for them. >> but you point to a broader issue here. "usa today" has a statistic in the paper, 149 movies coming out next year. 92% are directed by men. the fact of the matter is it is -- >> 92. >> incredibly male dominated business and while there is success in this particular franchise, i think michelle rodriguez is being very smart. she's not going to have this podium forever.
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morning washington" update. >> good morning, washington, i'm melanie hastings. here's a check of your top stories. the body of a maryland sailor killed in a november navy ship collision will be transported home. he was one of seven sailors killed when a container ship struck the uss fitzgerald earlir this month. at 11:00 this morning an honored escort will accompany the body from dover air force base across the bay bridge to randall's town. >> train service is back to normal following a deadly accident yesterday. police say a 13-year-old girl ws struck and killed while walking on the bridge. investigators say she was hiking with her family and she couldn't get out of the nay time. the girl has not been named, but she was a student at lake braddock secondary school. beautiful out there right now, but our weather is it heating
here's veronica johnson. >> big difference from yesterday's 80s and where it was quite comfortable across our area, today we're going to get some humidity and even a little bit of heat. upper 80s your afternoon to around 90 degrees, but at least we're going to have sunshine. humidity on the rise for friday, for saturday, especially it will feel like 96, the heat index value, and then back at 95 for the fourth of july, maybe your travels will take you to the beach. the heat continues into early next week before cooling off. >> sounds like a great weekend o be pool side. this morning we have got issues for folks on 270. first we'll tell you about a stalled car 66 eastbound. slow and heavy and stop-and-go already due to the incident off to the right side of the roadway. 27 southbound just cleared a crash that did block all travel lanes. the incident was near 28 or west montgomery village
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking overnight dangerous twisters tear through the heartland. 26 tornadoes reported in four state, the latest at this hour. new this morning, those airline security measures now affecting thousands of flights heading to the u.s. and the warnings now about significant delays for your travel plans. shonda rhimes' candid comments on weight loss revealing the one thing worse than losing weight was how people treated her after. princess diana, the powerful new documentary about her life and legacy. her brother charles spencer speaking out what he's saying about his sister, their family. what meant the most to her. a first look this morning. ♪ welcome to the jungle. and who is he talking about? >> what's that guy's name, little snack size. >> dwayne johnson with a special messag
bringing to "gma" this thursday morning. >> good morning to my "gma" family. ♪ good morning, america. happy thursday. great to have you. we're waiting for those "deals & steals." fourth of july edition. everything made in the usa. and just moments ago, you know, you stepped away for a hot second. well, new co-host who joined us. sophie and her mom and dad from pittsburgh. >> you really traded up. >> i know. well, angie our great stage manager, that was her nephew's daughter. you never know what is happening in the breaks. a lot of stories and start out with those severe storms overnight. more than two dozen tornadoes reported across the midwest and alex perez is in western wisconsin where they're seeing damage. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, george. yeah, those storms no joke. take a look at this. those powerful storms
garage here and check this out. sucking this big truck out and flipping it over. now, take a look at some of these image, a funnel cloud popping up all across the midwest. 26 reported tornadoes across four states bringing heavy hail, toppling trees and even as you saw here damaging homes. now, here is the good news. there's only been one reported injury in all of this, it will be a long day of cleanup for many people. george and robin, back to you. >> all right, alex, thanks so much. the other big story this morning a major change when it comes to airport security. david kerley has more on the new security measures and what's behind them. good morning again, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is all about terrorists figuring out how to put explosives in electronic guice and sneak them through security. that's why we saw that laptop ban. the u.s. wanted to expand that ban and the airlines and the europeans pushed back so the
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3rd. it's already in my calendar. >> did you guys see "bad moms." >> oh, my gosh. two thumbs up. >> i'll go back and watch it now after watching that. >> i feel like for every good comedy there's a couple in between. that was a good one. >> on the list. and next up, "gilmore girls" actor scott patterson announced he's releasing his own brand of coffee. known for playing the owner of lou's diner tells wealthmanagement.com he's going to call it scotty p.'s big mug coffee. he reveals it is about ready to launch and saying he is obsessed with a quality coffee. we're sure it's a big treat for fans. when we think of luke we think of coffee. i was a little too old for "gilmore girls." >> it's bad. my little daughter harper at 12 is completely obsessed with it. >> it's netflix. >> yeah. >> it's making a whole second act. were you a gilmore girl? >> no. [ laughter ] >> another note. >> i
>> and finally, while dogs are known for making messes, very fouad mitt to their mishaps. take a look. >> is there a while animal in our house? who did this? did you do this? honestly, is there a wild animal in our house? who did this? >> that's fake. >> no. and he's like torn up the whole living room. i love a good dog shaming. >> it's not even like a little hand. it's like not -- >> it's not tentative. >> i did it. i was the one. right here. >> my favorite thing is with your dog you'd have to train different because her arm is here. >> frenchie arms. little french bull dog. she would not admit it either. >> never fess up. >> who did that? >> well, let's thanks sara haines for "pop news." >> thanks. >> that's good.
that's getting a lot of reaction. it's our "gma" cover story this morning. media mogul shonda rhimes speaking out about how losing 150 pounds led to some unwanted attention. "nightline" anchor and good friend juju chang is here with that. >> good morning, guys. she is a hollywood powerhouse and says she hates talking about weight loss and hated every second of the process but once she lost the pounds what she found is perhaps the opposite of body shaming, the queen of shondaland says she was stunned by how differently the overweight shonda was treated than skinny shonda. she's the brains behind some of the most powerful women on television. >> because a woman in power is a nasty woman. >> reporter: now shonda rhimes, the tv titan behind megahits like urbanski scan and "grey's anatomy" opening up about her personal weight loss in her new essay on shonn dap
afterwards. women i barely knew gushed and men, they spoke to me. they spoke to me like stood still and had long conversations. these people suddenly felt completely comfortable talking to me about my body. telling me i looked pretty or that they were proud of me. when i was fat, i wasn't a person to these people. like i had been an invisible woman who suddenly materialized in front of them. poof, there i am. thin and ready for a chat. i met up with rhimes back in 2015 to talk about the life changes she made to conquer her fears. >> say yes to things that freaked me out. >> we talked about the event that forced her to examine her weight. >> i tried to buckle the airplane seat belt it would not buckle. and i remember feeling horrified. you can call the stewardess and say, hey, this doesn't fit. can i have a seat belt extender. >> what do you say to people when they want to know? you lost 127 pounds. by me your secret. >> i realized that i work really hard in every other area of my life. why wouldt
being healthy and losing weight? >> reporter: but now she writes these days i feel like a chunky spy in a thinner world. strangers tell fat jokes in front of me. jokes not meant for me but completely for the woman i used to be 150 pounds ago. the woman i could be again one day. the woman i will always be inside. because being thinner doesn't make you a different person. it just makes you thinner. shonda says she is calling out what some people call sizism, not as a scolding but a call for empathy to create a window of kindness and sisterhood for someone would needs it. >> our senior medical editor dr. jen ashton, we wanted to talk to you. you are board certified in obesity medicine. you're not surprised by the things that shonda wrote about. >> unfortunately, not at all. there is an obesity tig minot just in society and popular culture but in the place you want it and please expect it, the medical
to medical students who tend to some of them perceive people who are overweight or obese as unintelligent, unmotivated, lazy, et cetera, et cetera, and not only is that unkind, but it's medically dangerous because then those people who perceive that stigma may be more likely to skip or delay medical treatment and that is particularly true for obese or overweight women. >> get the facts right. get the facts right. don't just make those kind of judgments like that. what can we do to change this? >> you said it. we have to base this on facts and science and the science and biology clearly state that we know that the brains of people who are overweight are different. they produce different hormonal signals that affects our hunger, metabolism. this is a medical issue, it is not a social judgment. >> quickly if somebody wants to lose a significant amount of weight, what do you suggest? >> take a head to toe approach. really holistically and start with the emotions and work your way down the body. it's a
goat is better health, not smaller size and big differs in pedicle condition can be made with saul amounts of weight loss. if you can, get a whole team of support around you which at many clinics and centers luckily exists. >> thanks so much. now we've got that important health alert for parents about youth sports and knee injuries and, paula, you're going to take a closer look. >> good morning again. the millions suffering are experiencing excruciating pain and while rest, it's really the best medicine, some kids are choosing to play right through that pain which can lead to a worrisome pattern. 16-year-old tiffany lynn loves soccer. and it's been that way since she was a little girl. so this is ten years ago when she first started playing soccer. >> yes. this is tiffany. one day, tuesday and thursdays i have practice. and then on the weekends i have either games or tournaments for my travel club. in addition i usually play a recreational an fridays and games on the
that started taking a toll on tiffany's growing body. you started noticing some severe pains. when did those pains start? >> i would say around middle school but it wasn't severe until high school. >> was your pain ever so extreme you couldn't play soccer. >> yes. >> reporter: that's when she ended up here at the hospital for special surgery in new york city with dr. brett toursdahl and shocking diagnosis. >> to determine she is osgood schlodder disease, the bone at the top of the shin becomes painful and inflamed because part of the bone that is still growing becomes dislodged and -- by the tendon pulling hard on that part of the knee. >> it looks like it's swollen. is that the syndrome. >> yes, it's my bone that protrudes out. >> reporter: it's estimated 30 million kids participate in youth sports annually. and research suggests that this condition may affect as many as one in five young athletes as they cti
a staggering figure. many cases due toover use. >> as a young athlete grows and villes, they have to recognize that there are limits to what their body can sustain before it starts to break down. >> reporter: tiffany's condition can get better with rest. but for a young athlete who wants to play college soccer and beyond, that is not always an option. so for you, you're playing through a tremendous amount of pain. but it's worth it. >> of course. i mean i love the sport. i just have a passion for playing soccer. so i hope to continue that and on to college. >> so with this particular condition, kids are expected to outgrow it. playing through it shouldn't cause long-term damage but prolong the pain. different overuse injury playing through the discomfort of that could lead to long-term damage. >> eventually have to know the difference. >> you do. >> outside to rob. >> check it out. come on. you know the fourth of july is coming up this weekend. we've got
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melanie hastings with some top stories. parts of president trump's travl ban take effect starting at 8:00 tonight. the administration has new guidelines about how to implemet it. the ban limits immigration from six muslim majority countries. immigration attorneys tell us they will be at airport across the country today to monitor the situation. >> today we mark five years sine the dmv was hit by that massive, the system battered seven states from virginia up to new jersey and it was one of the most destructive and deadly storms in north american history. a duracho is a storm with straight-line winds. it left millions without power for days. >> well, you'll need that power today to crank it up for the
here's veronica johnson. >> big difference from yesterday's 80s and where it was quite comfortable across our area. today we're going to get some humidity and even a little bit f heat. upper 80s your afternoon to around 90 degrees, but at least we're going to have sunshine, humidity on the rise for friday, saturday, especially it will fel like 96, the heat index value, and then back at 95 for the fourth of july, so maybe your travels will take you to the beach. the heat continues into early next week before cooling off. >> travels this morning fairly hot on 66. we've got an issue for you westbound. eastbound still carrying heavy volume delays from at least 28 o get to the beltway. 270 southbound also in recovery mode after an earlier accident blocked all of your travel lanes. lanes are open but still heavy with a stop-and-go trip. >> westbound the crash activity that's near glebe road. you'll find delay
♪ >> welcome back to "gma." great to have all of you here this morning. we have a whole lot going on at the table. >> i know. i feel like i've been studying for an exam all of a sudden. we've got an incredible story for everyone. okay, look, probably having a cup of coffee wherever you're watching us where there is a think article in "the new york post" that suggests the brain pay be playing tricks on your taste buds. okay, first hold up the cup of coffee you think would be more intense the one in the white mug or clear mug. which one -- >> white mug. >> shoot. >> yes, yes. that's where i meant to grab. >> right. there's this new book, gastrophysics that says our brain -- it plays tricks on our
intense and sweeter than -- >> darker inside. >> don't ruin it for everyone, george. please. it's early. >> but also when it comes to -- look at these cookies. we have one on a dark plate and one on a lighter plate. which do you think would taste better? taste each one and see, does one taste better than the other? the one on the dark plate or the lighter plate? the blue plates -- >> the white plate is sweeter. >> no, the blue plates make food taste actually -- well saltier. -- >> i have a lot of chocolate in my mouth. it tastes good. >> the darker plate -- i thought -- i didn't do my homework. >> they're both the same. >> the point is the packaging and coloring of packaging can -- >> dip it in your coffee in the white cup. >> do you think there's really any truth to it. >> i think there is. >> i read something about this. you remember when
changed their can and crispness, there were a lot of people that wrote in and thought coca-cola had changed the recipe. >> they were upset. >> but they didn't. it was just because it was in a different vessel. people thought it tasted different. >> i think the plate matters too. when you do a smaller plate, you're always like -- >> george. >> she's such an easy audience. [ applause ] >> you want to take this one, george? okay. [ applause ] >> talk amongst yourselves. >> okay. i'm sorry. i lost my train of thought of the i went somewhere else. >> it was a great laugh. well, i'll save both you guys
new generation. did you know that. >> super young. >> super smart. >> i just heard about this. >> they're called xennials. have you heard about it? i'm the oldest generation x i think. >> i'm with you. >> my kids are too young to be millennials but you're very special. apparently people born between 1977 and 198 -- >> i just made the cut. >> just made it. i'm in. >> i didn't know it was a thing. but any xennials in the audience? oh. you don't have to admit to it of there is a little test. you remember the phone number of your childhood best friend. >> yep. 51 -- >> 613-0084 -- >> we have no way to prove that's right. >> they're watching and they know. >> you're an xennial by extension. >> do you remember this
[ beeping sound] >> speed dial. >> fax machine. >> no, the dialup. [ applause ] >> you won as soon as you walked out. you said this is the sony walkman. >> side b when you used to have to work hard to find the song you want. super old school. i was surprised george had one. [ laughter ] that's the coffee speaking. i'm so sorry. >> i think we've taken this about as far as we can go. [ applause ] >> george, thank you. [ whistling ] i need another whistle. >> time-out. do you guys remember "jumanji" with robin williams? >> sure. >> this is really cool. we've now got an exclusive first look at the new "jumanji" movie and who better to introduce it, the trailer, one of the stars himself, our friend,
rock" johnson sent a special message about "jumanji: welcome to the jungle" right from the set of his latest action flick because we know the rock is always working. take a look. >> good morning to my "gma" family. my "good morning america" family. i miss you guys. and certainly good morning to everybody watching live right now. and i know i look like i went one-on-one with this helicopter behind me for beak fast because i actually did. i'm on set shooting a movie but this is a very exciting morning because while you guys are getting ready to see is a sneak peek of our new movie, "jumanji: welcome to the jungle." we didn't want to make a remake. we wanted to honor the original, make a movie that the world would enjoy by continuing the legacy, continuing the journey. we have an awesome cast that you guys are getting ready to see right now. we have the best time. myself, karen gillen, nick jonas, jack black and what's that guy's name, little snack size -- denzel -- yeah, kevin hart. yeah, him. i love kevin.
when i see him. guys without any further ado, enjoy this sneak peek of "jumanji: welcome to the jungle." hey, snack size, i'll be right there, kevin. >> oy vey. >> where is the rest of me? >> my god. >> who are you? >> me, spencer. >> who is she? >> martha? >> why am i wearing half a shirt and short-shorts this the jungle. >> i think we got sucked into "jumanji" and have become the avatars we chose. >> so does that mean -- >> bethany. >> don't look at it. >> no! >> i'm an overweight middle-aged man. >> i don't have claritin. >> where is another two feet of my body. >> don't cry. don't cry. don't cry. it's going to be okay. >> oh. not a remake. >> it's not a remake. it's not a remake. it's coming out on christmas and
where are you from. >> waukesha, wisconsin. >> i love waukesha. is new york treating you well. >> very well. very well. >> happy 70. you don't look a day over 40. celebrating america. happy birthday america and the fourth of july forecast. what's going on in waukesha? looks like right on the brink of maybe seeing a shower south of chicago and northeast looks nice and west coast looks to be pretty nice, as well. all right. how long you in new york for? >> till saturday. >> saturday, that is a -- that is a fun 70th birthday. folks from all over the country and it is a good-looking day in new york.humidity a touch highe - 90s today through midweek next week - storm chances increasing this weekend - hot 4th of july - isolated storms today: partly cloudy and warmer. a touch more humid. highs: 87-93 this weathercast is brought
pie. who doesn't like pie on the fourth of july? robin, george, jesse and sara, back up to you. >> he's having a good time, isn't he? >> he is. >> now to a new look at princess diana's life 20 years after her untimely death. prince harry, prince william and princess kate will gather on her birthday to rededicate her grave in a private ceremony. princess diana still captivates us and a four-hour special is turning the spotlight on her legacy and chris connell hy has closer look. >> reporter: good morning. alongside fresh thoughts from many who knew or observed her closely, the "the story of diana" will be the only program in the u.s. to feature an interview with diana's brother charles spencer. he has strong beens on his sister's life and her legacy. diana, princess of wales, would have been 56 this saturday. a life lit by lightning and flashbulbs. >> of all the ironies about diana, perhaps the greatest
the ancient goddess of hunting. >> was in the end the most hunted person in the modern world. >> reporter: two decades after his hearbreaking eulogy diana's brother charles spencer speaking out about her legacy. >> obviously 99.9% of people have never met her or seen her but felt something in her that was fascinating and intriguing and a force for good. >> even before her fairy tale marriage to prince charles, diana was a wide-eyed english rose who would beguile the word. >> my earliest memories of her she always had a natural star quality. >> a human being with all the as a result terms of a human being. it brought her very close to all of us. >> reporter: that vulnerability enhancing her legacy as the people's princess. the fierce protector of her children william and harry. >> nothing in her life came close to the love for her children. >> hi. >> they meant more to her. >>
>> i arer she was furious when she had taken har are i to school and he was 4 or 35. >> here he is arriving at a school nativity play. smile for the cameras, harry. lovely. >> it was the sheer dishonesty of it that they were trying to say he was this impossibly rude little kid whereas they had provoked him on purpose. diana felt furious about that. >> harry now carrying on her work speaking frankly about his grief at her death and joining with his older brother to raise awareness of mental health issues. just the kind of activism his mother took to heart. >> one of the reasons i want to talk now is because i think after 20 years somebody schiffs from being a contemporary person to one of history actually and diana deserves a place in history. this was a special person and not just a beautiful one. >> you know, the remarkable candor of william and harry in recent months and advocacy certainly seems like
thing which would have made their mother exceptionally proud. it's the thing that diana really brought to the royal family. it was that capacity for self-revelation and then the ability to leverage the interests that people had in her on behalf of causes and charities that were close to her heart. robin. >> her children are certainly following in her footsteps in that regard. all right, chris, thanks so much. you can see "the story of diana" right here on abc, the two night event starts wednesday, august 9th. . coming up here on "gma," the hottest new swimsuit trends for the summer season.
♪ i met you in the summer back now with the hottest swimsuit trends guaranteed to make a splash at the pool or the beach. "vogue" accessories director selby drummond is here to help. >> thanks for having me. >> perfect timing. i'm about to hid out on vacation. i need to know everything. i'm seeing everywhere that the hottest trend right now is
one piece. why is that making a comeback? >> we love the one piece. we're seeing it on a lot of celebrities. we're seeing it on ashley graham and sofia vergaraand "baywatch" is back. a lot of protection on the beach. running back and forth on the beach you can wear a one piece but it's a style we haven't seen in a long time so feels very fresh and modern and very versatile. >> let's see an example of this. we've got aura. come on out. >> hi, aura. >> this is great. >> yeah. >> so this is -- i love you can find a one-piece at any price point, 29.99 from h & m and i recommend when shopping for a one piece finding something that's neutral and a solid color. you want to stay away from patterns and prints that date so you can wear it season after season and update it with different styling and looks great on any body shape on any body type. and we have her here in a floor
if she changes her mind she can accessori accessorize. >> those ki money nose are very in. anything someone should be looking for? you mentioned the solids but anything with a cut. >> everyone has a different body type and there is a one type for everyone. you can find one in a halter top, one that contours. all have great shop for your body sexes and recommend you do that and buying a simple color and everyone you can dress it up however you want. >> next up we have brianna in another of this year's hot trend, the high-waist bikini which body type does this suit? >> a lot. it is a secret weapon for a lot of body types. so as you can see it elongates her legs. >> makes her tine economy. >> accent waits the waist, great hourglass figure and balances out if you have broader shoulders. i recommend when you are shopping for a high waisted one, one that hits at the bly
cut but register the style. and we have it styled here with a beautiful wrap skirt so she can very easily add to that cinched waist effect. perfect fit when you have a wrap skirt on with that flattering a-line shape. >> kind of harkens the evan curry 50s they wore -- >> exactly. that's very sexy without baring too much skin. >> i like it. thank you so much, brianna. we also have andrea wearing the perfect look to go from the pool to a party. she looks -- >> believe it or not, andrea is in a bathing suit. >> that's a bathing suit. >> that is a bathing suit. one of my favorite tricks for packing light and for getting the most out of an investment. yeah. we picked this gray off the shoulder ruffled j. crew piece that adds extra glamour on the beach but looks great going out at night. you can try this with a bikini top too. a high waisted pant or skirt you might already own and kind of bring only that on your trip. >> now,
all of these, like what do you -- >> of all these, i'm loving the one piece as a body suit to go out at night. if you have a simple one wear it under a sheer dress. i love it's really easy and versatile and very flattering. >> what's the biggest mistake people make when shopping for bathing suit, do you think? >> i think it's trying to find something that's on trend that doesn't necessarily flatter their body. i feel you can find something that fits and feel comfortable and with all of these options you can make it your own and relevant to the time or relevant to what you're doing. i wouldn't sacrifice something that looks good on you. >> okay. okay. and let's take a look one more time at everyone. we've got all the trends here. and i'm kind of psyched about the one-piece because i'm pregnant and i kind of like the move coverage the better so this is great. and cover-ups, they're -- >> i even love wearing a little cardigan on the beach if you're going on a boat or something or by the pool and it gets windy, cardigan, belt it but love a wrap skirt and love a
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opposition to the chief kevin maxwell, the civil rights group wants the renewal stopped and is citing allegations of grade tampering in the district. >> maxwell denies the allegations. the group also suggested that maxwell be placed on administrative leave until that investigation is completed. some good news just as the summer heat returns to our area, the dc department of parks and recreation says starting tomorrw all spray parks will be open every day. they had run spore rad -- and yu may need a spray park to beat te heat that's coming back. here's veronica. >> big difference from yesterday's 80s, and where it was quite comfortable across our area, today we're going to get some humidity and even a little bit of heat. upper 80s your afternoon to around 90 degrees, but at least we're going to have sunshine. humidity on the rise for friday, for saturday, especially it will fee
value, and then back at 95 for the fourth of july, so maybe yor travels will take you to the beach. the heat continues into early next week before cooling off. >> expect to have your delays today and tomorrow. some folks prepping for the travel for the holiday weekend and monday and tuesday off. right now we're seeing volume delays left over from the mornig rush. 66 the crash near glebe road, it's been moved to the shoulder. >> slow and stop and employ most of the way before i-95 and that volume takes you most of the way to connecticut avenue. melanie. >> tranice, thank you. you can get more traffic and weather updates on "good morning washington" on
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