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n good morning, america. massive tornadoes terrify the heartland. >> oh, my god! a big tornado right here. >> 15 twisters touching down, wreaking havoc on roads. now, 24 million from texas to iowa on alert for more severe weather. donald trump unleashing a wave of new attacks hitting hard at hillary and bill clinton. >> hillary clinton's husband abused women more than any man that we know of in the history of politics, right? >> and taking on his own party, leaders, his 2350ud with paul ryan escalating. trump saying he does not need his backing. air scare. >> are you able to exit the runway? >> sir, we'd like to get emergency equipment by hind us. >> a delta flight forced to make an emergency landing after turbulence, rips off the engine
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cover. the frantic race to safety. ♪ this is my fight song an abc news exclusive. honoring our heroes. first lady michelle obama and prince harry open up as they kick off the invictus games. >> once they take that uniform off they're still looking for ways to serve. and we can't waste that talent. >> their mission, shining a spotlight on injuries, both visible and invisible. >> you can find coping mechanisms and you can get your life back on track. >> celebrating the incredible competitors from around the world who have overcome all the odds, only on gma. good morning, america! and good morning, america. happy monday. what a spectacular start to the invictus day. opening er ceremony last night, moving. we just saw robin down there in
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orlando. hey, robin. >> so much excitement, george. so much excitement for these invictus games. we're celebrating -- from all over the world and they're giving their all to their respective countries. i hope you were there for the opening ceremony. not a moment where this velt ran rappelled down a helicopter to deliver the invictus games flag to his partner, kai, the dog racing to meet him and then the two delivering the flag together. that was a special moment. we'll have a lot more on the games and my interview with first lady michelle obama and prince harry. yes, yes. they did not hold back. trust me on that. we'll have that coming up in just a little bit, george. . >> we're so looking forward to that. so powerful moments for that. i love when first lady michelle
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obama called prince harry our prince charming. he true he is right now, we want to get to those twisters tearing through the midwest. abc's kayna whitworth is in oklahoma city with the latest. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: george, good morning. 22 million americans are still under a severe weather threat and here in oklahoma, people have their eyes on the skies and their storm sherlts ready to go. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: tornadoes can terrifying the heartland. >> this is a big tornado right here. >> reporter: this massive funnel cloud consuming the roeverythin in its path. trying to flee as this tornado moves across the road. at least seven reported tornadoes touching do unin the centennial state over the weekend. >> we have windows broken out. it's not pretty. >> reporter: this mammoth twister captured near the town of ray, kicking up debris
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injuring five people. you can see from the air numero numerous structures destroyed. multiple reports of tornadoes there as well. rains leading to flash floods. stranding motorists. in kentucky, blinding rains blasting cars and in illinois, 66-mile-per-hour winds snapping power lines and tearing the roof of this school. with storms like that move through, shelters like these can save people who don't have a way to get under ground. george. >> okay, kayna, thanks very much. the storms are still moving and rob has more on that. >> she mentioned the threat. we want to show you that area, jet stream energy is going to power storms east of dallas today. tulsa to little rock, you'll see hail and a couple tornadoes as well. active pattern over the next
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three days. another look at ray, colorado, tornado over the weekend. rarely do we get footage like this. this is special effects hollywood type of stuff expect it's the real deal. we admire the beauty, but as always we respect the power. >> it looks like cars were driving into it. >> awfully close. now to the race for the white house and donald trump in a showdown with hillary clinton and republican house speaker paul ryan who has yet to endorse the presumptive nominee. tom llamas is at trump headquarters right here in new york. good morning, tom. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. trump said he was blindsided by ryan's lack of commitment and over the weekend unleashing on the clintons. >> hillary clinton's husband abused women more than any man that we know of in the history
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of politics, right? >> reporter: donald trump showing nothing is off-limits in his road to the white house. the presumptive republican nominee spotlighting the clintons' darkest days, trying to tie hillary clinton to her husband's air l affair with monica lewinsky. >> she was a total enabler and they're going after me with women, give me a break, folks. >> reporter: trump making it clear that president bill clinton is fair game even though trump's opinion on clinton's sex scandals has evolved. >> here's a guy, he was impeached because he lied. he lied. do you remember the fabulous i did not have sex with that woman and then a couple of months later, i'm guilty. >> reporter: but back in 2008, trump had a much different take. >> i mean, look at the trouble bill clinton got into with something that was totally
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unimportant and they tried to impeach him which was nonsense. >> reporter: the billionaire also saying this about women in america. >> all of the men were petry fied to speak to women anymore. >> reporter: this as trump is also fighting some of the most powerful people in his own party. house speaker paul ryan announcing last week he's not ready to endorse donald trump. >> i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. >> reporter: donald trump firing back, suggesting to george he may not commit to supporting ryan as the chair of the upcoming gop convention in cleveland. >> can paul ryan chair the convention if he doesn't endorse you? >> you're going to have to ask him. i have had so much support. >> reporter: insisting he can win with a fractured republican party. >> i think i'm going to go out
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and i'm going to get millions of people from the democrats. >> reporter: and sarah palin not happy about speaker ryan's lack of support. she's now vowing to take ryan down in his next election. because she's a huge trump supporter. george. >> okay, tom, thanks very much. let's move on to hillary clinton, she's still in a race with bernie sanders but taking on donald trump. abc's cecilia vega with the latest. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump aren't even officially in a one-on-one yet but you wouldn't know that by the attacks that are flying and now clinton is hoping that a trump candidacy might scare off some in the republican party and send them her way. >> reporter: donald trump may have a nickname for hillary clinton. >> crooked hillary. crooked hillary. >> reporter: but this morning, she has a new one for him, too. >> and they're presumptive nominee, otherwise called their
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presump does nominee. >> reporter: trying to brush off trump's one-liner as well as her lingering e-mail scandal. huma abedin recently questioned by the fbi. >> i'm more ready to talk to anybody any time. >> reporter: clinton still locked in a primary fight with bernie sanders. but she's laser focused on the general election. and not just winning over democrats clinton is now trying to woo republicans, too. >> i'm asking people to come join this campaign and i have had a lot of outreach from republicans in the last days who say that they are interested in talking about that. >> reporter: but her continued struggle to seem more likable ripe for snl parody. >> the first barbie commander in chief. >> reporter: first commercial about president barbie, the doll that no one wants to play with
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it. >> i just don't like her she's too stiff. >> so much on snl this season. now, bernie sanders is still promising to stay in this race until the end. he's offered a new hint that he might be open to talks with clinton about the vice president talk. >> still several primaries to go. let's talk to matt dowd about all of this. let's begin with donald trump and the split within the republican party. he surprised me when he said bringing the party together may not matter that much. >> does the party have to be together? does it have to be unified? i'm very different than everybody else. i don't think so. >> his point is, he can bring in a lot of democrats and independents, is he right? >> he's right about one thing -- he's very different than anyone who's run before. he needs to have 100% of the
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republican voters. if the split starts to emerging among republican voters it's hugely problematic for him. >> back in 2012 romney got more than 90% of the republican voters and still lost. meanwhile, looking at the general election and this feud with hillary clinton over -- he believes that bringing up bill clinton's troubles back in the 1990s is an effective counter to the woman's card. >> this is an issue that many republicans have been wanting to litigate in the past 20 years. he's basically saying hillary clinton who claims to speak on behalf women's voters is problematic in this area. i think is going to be back and forth. i think it's going to generate some sport for donald trump among the base of this. i don't think it's going to have any effect on the independent voters. we turn now to that deadly shooting spree in maryland.
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going on a ram page that left his wife and three others dead. he's set to appear in court today. abc's pierre thomas with the very latest. >> reporter: the final takedown as police officers arrest one of their own. watch as police ram his car, jump out, draw their weapons. it all began thursday afternoon, eulalio tordil arrives at a high school and shoots a man and shoots his wife gladys in cold blood. tordil, a police officer with the federal protective service had be been on administrative leave demanding that he stay away from his wife who he had been accused of shooting. >> we just had a shooting at montgomery mall. >> reporter: shots ring out as tordil allegedly tries to
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carjack a woman. two men rush to her aid. both shot. the female victim is also recovering. >> these two men acted selflessly and heroically, not only coming to her aid but likely saving her life. >> reporter: ten miles away, a short while later, tordil is accused of fatally shooting a woman. in what police believe was a botched carjacking attempt. over the weekend tordil did talk, apparently showing no remor remorse. george. >> pierre, thanks very much. latest now on the backlash brewing at west point over this photo, it shows 16 female cadets with fists raised. whether it's in violation of the academy rules. >> reporter: for decades the clenched fist has had powerful
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meaning, defiant or resistance. the women intended to celebrate the graduation, the gesture leading west point to see if rules were broken. this morning, this photo is at the center of a growing controversy at west point. the elite military academy now investigating whether these 16 african-american cadets, raising their fists violated policy while in uniform. >> there's a tradition at west point for seniors where they pose and they have a very stoic look on their faces. what makes this photo different is everyone is kind of doing the pose but then there's the clenched fists in the air. >> reporter: to critics of the photo the cadets looks like an expression of support for the black lives matter movement. which some believe is anti-police. >> if these men and women are in uniform and making a political
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statement they could be in serious trouble for that. >> reporter: coming to the cadet defense, the chairwoman of the academy visitors. writing, fearless, flawless, fierce, ready. fulton telling the army times i knew it was their expression of pride and unity. unfortunately, in their youth and exuberance it appears they didn't stop to think that it might have any political context. the fire storm coming only a few months after beyonce's formation halftime show. the fists raised there. also causing controversy. this morning, west point telling abc news that academy officials are conducting an inquiry into the matter. the style of photo is a tradition at west point, groups mimicking poses from the 19th century.
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unclear how long the inquiry could take. george. >> okay, ryan, thanks very much. amy, you got this story, this air scare emergency landing. >> some very frightening moments aboard a passenger jet forced to make an emergency landing in nashville. the delta flight was going from atlanta to chicago. it hit turbulence. one of the engine covers flew off and apparently hit another part of the plane, puncturing the fuselage. thankfully the plane landed safely. another plane took those passengers to chicago. michael, we have some big lottery news. >> yes, that was scary. some happy news for one lucky person. the mystery winner of that $429 million powerball the odds of getting those six numbers right are more than 290 million to 1 and linzie janis is trenton, new
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jersey where the winning ticket was sold. >> reporter: good morning, michael. the owners of this 7-eleven have turned into detectives, watching surveillance video trying to figure out who the winner is. they think it's a woman. whoever it was chose these numbers themselves, also opted for the lump sum worth $284 million, the owner says if it's indeed somebody local they're thrilled by that. a tight-knit community that could really use a boost. >> do you have to come forward if you're the winner in new jersey? >> reporter: in the state of new jersey you do have to come guard publicly, we're hoping to learning more about who the lucky winner is when lottery officials give a news conference a little bit later on. this jackpot is the sixth largest in powerball history.
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second biggest jackpot won by one. >> we know nobody here won it. we're all work today. congratulations to the lucky winner. george. >> that's great story. let's go to rob, good news coming to's been cool around hee last week or so, we have a chilly start for may across the northeast. it will not be rain free, but temperatures in the 60s and 70s. it will feel good especially after the gloomy week last week. that's national outlook, your select cities brought to you by pet smart.
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>> reporter: hi everybody, david murphy here with an update from accuweather, nothing showing on storm tracker 6 live double scan this morning. as we take a look outside we have sunshine early with some clouds building in later as the day goes on. a nice start jacket weather with terms in the upper 40s and low 50s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a mild afternoon high of 73 today, clouds will increase. and then tomorrow, cooler, 63 with an occasional shower here or there. back into the 70s on wednesday and thursday. spotlight. the oscar winning movie unlocks a new case. and that abc news exclusive, michelle obama and prince harry opening up about the invictus games and shining a light on the amazing competitors robin has the latest from orlando.
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problems, 309 northbound a vehicle fire. that accident has been pushed off to the side and the delay is starting to clear out. 309 northbound all lanes back open past paper mill road. two accidents on the northeast extension southbound near lansdale. you want to watch for this, one involving a box truck that ran into a guardrail and another one past lansdale involving an overturned pick up truck injuries on the scene. two nasty accidents on the northeast extension southbound near lansdale. quick break and back with the accuweather forecast. ♪
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everybody we're off to a sunny start, sort of continuation of the nice change we had on sunday. temperatures are cool. in the in a lot of neighborhoods, but bouncing up to 73. tomorrow, 63, cooler are spotty showers at times. milder on saturday, 73 good for the young -- union at night. thursday, 74 and friday, periods of rain. we have pictures of the
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welcome back to "good morning america." you're looking at one of those massive tornadoes tearing through the heartland. at least 15 reported this weekend. and now more severe weather on the way. 24 million from texas to iowa in the path. >> our rob will have much more on that. also right now, a republican party in a civil war, donald trump unleashing new attacks -- taking on his party leaders, saying he doesn't need house speaker paul ryan's support as nebraska and west virginia prepare to vote for tomorrow. the new captain america civil war movie winning big at the box office. taking in $182.8 million, that's the fifth best domestic opening weekend of all time. >> that doesn't surprise me, you knew that movie was going to be huge and so this. amazing shot by a pga golfer
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stunning the crowds. this might be the best -- i dare say the luckiest shot ever and we'll show it to you coming up. >> i played golf with george, that's not like either one of us. we would end up in the grandstands for sure. and the invictus games are kicking you have a and our robin roberts is in orlando right now with that. hey, robin. >> hey, michael, plenty of monday motivation out here. the atmosphere is so uplifting. nearly 500 competitors from 14 countries facing off in the amazing invictus games, prince harry the founder of the games and michelle obama are opening up to our cameras. we can't wait to share that with you coming up. right now, we have to go to those explosive claims against new england's most famous prep schools. a boston globe investigation found a hundreds of students at a dozen schools have said they were allegedly abused.
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>> reporter: the boston globe said this all started in december with an article they published about a young woman who said she was pressured into signing a gag order about her alleged rain by an athletic trainer. after that the floodgates have opened up. >> tell this story. we're going to tell it. >> reporter: it took the oscar for best picture this year. >> and the oscar goes to "spotlight." >> reporter: by taking on the story of reporters at the boston globe that uncovered widespread sexual abuse at schools. >> two kids, okay, we got to show people that nobody could get away. >> reporter: this morning the famed paper is putting another explosive scandal in the spotlight, this time about alleged sexual abuse at some new england's elite private schools. among the schools included in
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the article phillips exeter and st. george's in rhode island. 67 schools have faced allegat n allegations against school employees since 1991. nearly 200 alleged victims. >> about two dozen were convicted or pled guilty to criminal charges. >> reporter: in taped interview with the paper one of the alleged victims wonder what his life would have been like if this hadn't happened. >> i don't know who i might have been had he nod gained my loyalty and confidence and then abused it so and that really screwed up my life and i'm sure the lives of many, many, many kids. >> i was really shocked at how persuasive this issue was. lot of issues with trust.
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>> reporter: abc reached out to st. george's who said the schools recognizes the long impa lasting impact of the sexual abuse. and phillips exeter academy said -- we get the sense this is just the tip of iceberg here. >> thank you, linsey. a big legal battle brewing for sumner redstone. his family is fighting with his ex-girlfriend for control over health care decisions. abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: he's report ed ee' worth $5 million he wants nothing to do with his ex-girlfriend. this morning, billionaire sumner redstone's former girlfriend taking he imto court.
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the 51-year-old suing redstone over his removal of her arguing the 92-year-old controlling the share jnl holder of viacom and cbs was mentally competent when he made the decision. >> she has a lot riding on their decision. she will remain in control of all health care decisions as they relate to mr. redstone. >> reporter: showing signs of an accelerated mental decline and and she was concerned for his well-being. on friday, playing the 18-minute transcript. showing his reply to who's man yell ya herzer. man yell ya is an expletive. i want her out of my life.
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including putting thousands of dollars on his credit cards. before the week they broke up, spending thousands of dollars on skin care over just a few days. the judge telling herzer's team saying your burden is hard one. in that deposition, redstone said he wanted his daughter to handle his health care. the suggestion here is, there's a lot of money at stake here. >> yeah. gio, thank you very much. coming up next here -- a big warning about carnival rides after an 11-year-old girl was critically injured. her parents are speaking out for the first time this morning and up next, robin roberts' exclusive interview with first lady michelle obama and prince
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♪ this is my fight song we're back with the 2016 invictus games and robin's exclusive interview with prince harry and first lady michelle obama. robin is in orlando right now. hi, robin, good morning. >> hello, good morning to you, lara. invictus means uncomfort, that really captures the spirit of these games and these competitors. yes, prince harry, he founded the invictus games, the first one to tell you he's very happy that he's get a lo to of help from the host country. this is some exciting time. it's finally here. can you feel the excitement, mrs. obama? >> we met with some of our competitors in the u.s. they're ready, they're fired up. so, it's going to be good. >> game on. >> reporter: let the games begin, the 2016 invictus games kicked off last night in orlando, florida. >> we are invictus! >> reporter: prince harry joined by first lady michelle obama
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welcomed some of the nearly 500 competitors from 14 different nations. >> from archery to wheelchair basketball, what is it about sports that seems to be the great unifier? >> for a lot of these guys, once they were forced to leave the military they didn't have any recognition as being part of a team again, so, actually wearing an uniform of sort, to wear your national flag is such a massive thing for these guys. >> once they took that uniform off, they're still looking for ways to serve and we can't waste that talent. they're ready and they are some of the best competitors the best employees. the best citizens that you'll find. >> reporter: mrs. obama and dr. jill biden have taken the cause through their joining forces initiative. >> behind every military member there is a family member that has given something up and has made it possible for them to be who they are. >> as you know, my father was in
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the military. >> yeah. >> and i remember, i would answer the phone and i would say colonel roberts' quarters, robin speaking. you served your country for ten years and i know that this makes this even more special for you because these are your come reads, people you tryly understand. >> i signed up because i wanted to be one of the lads, one of the guys. but then, this sort of normality for me to be amongst these guys was so important, certainly has given me a purpose in life. >> it was special to see you across the pond when i spent time with you earlier this year and you two have bonded over this, the invictus games, and you have both been outspoken about mental health and the visible injury. >> absolutely. what we all know is that mental health can affect us all it's not just men and women in
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unifo uniform. it's not just our veterans. the point i want to make is the vast majority of them do not have any mental health issues but for those who do it's so important for us to destigmatize so people feel the support to go out and get the support they need. >> and you and your brother and sister in law have also started a campaign. >> heads together. between now and the london marathon next year to encourage as many people to run for it the media i suppose have given this impression that so many guys leaving the forces are like a ticking time bombs. >> that's not the case. >> that's not the case at all. if we can smash the stigma surrounding it, then this is something that can be, you know, cured just like that. it's not a life sentence. if you open up and speak about it and get the right help as
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soon as possible then you can find coping mechanisms and you can get your life back on track. >> there's such meaning behind these invictus games. in the next hour, we'll talk more about prince harry -- you guys know prince harry -- you're not prince harry. i love the humor out here. we'll talk more with prince harry and also first lady michelle obama. you know, they met prince george when they were there for the queen's 90th birth did and a little competition between the two, the drop mike that went viral and how they got queen elizabeth involved. harry opens up about how he got h the queen to get involved. -- mike and anna has the flag. she usually right next to you. it was mother's day yesterday.
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some very, for one particular that we're going to meet in our next half hour had a very special mother's day gift for his mom, guys. >> robin, that sounds great. thank you so much. but first coming up on "good morning america" -- a surge medical alert about your skin. dr. ashton is with us. you could be doing everything right but still at risk. you have to see it to believe it. the incredible golf shot from the stands. is it the best shot ever? >> yours are better.
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you hear that, yeah, listen to that. hit me with your best shot. that's what pga golfer jason kokrak did during this weekend's wells fargo golf championship. he hit his ball into the grandstands. no big deal, guys have done that before. but check out this amazing shot back out the grandstand, over the bunker, it lands on the green and he missed the putt, which, didn't matter. >> he went through the rail and over the bunker. >> through the rail over the bunker on the green. don't try that at home, kids. that's all we got to say.
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hi everyone, i'm matt o'donnell. 7:56, monday, may 9. trouble on the schuylkill expressway. let's go to karen rogers. >> reporter: big troubles, matt. we have an accident on the schuylkill expressway westbound at the conshohocken curve. look how slowly the traffic is moving westbound. you're jammed from the blue route to the conshohocken curve. it is a 51 minute ride on the schuylkill expressway. that's a huge delay from the vine to the blue route. watch for that westbound as you're traveling on the schuylkill. big jam earlier that number was up to an hour. an accident in bucks county, langhorne brownsville road and hawthorne, someone is trapped in one of the vehicles. you'll see more emergency workers coming here and causing restrictions. two accidents on the northeast extension southbound near lansdale. one involving an overturned pick up truck and another involving a
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box truck. it's a mess, 7 miles per hour near landsdale. taking live look at center city philadelphia. it's a nice and bright mud morning, let's go to david murphy for the forecast. >> reporter: a continuation of the mother's day, matt. take a look, the numbers are climbing up to 70 degrees in philadelphia. after being in the low 50s. the trade off, clouds will increase during the day. tomorrow, cloudy and cooler, 63 is the high, look for a spotty shower here and there. mild on wednesday, 73. 74 nice on thursday, thursday night into friday, periods of rain possible. police in new jersey released new surveillance photos confirm ago prison inmate was spotted at the forked river rest stop on the garden state parkway. officers have fanned around the stop in lacy township trying to
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capture arthur buckle who escaped a week ago. new jersey lottery officials will release the information about the 429 billion-dollar powerball winner this morning. bernie sanders is having a recall in atlantic city, "action news" is covering both stories.
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♪ "good morning america" it's 8:00 more from robin's exclusive interview with prince harry and michelle obama. >> it's going to be good. >> game on. >> the real story behind their challenge to each other, how harry brought in his grand mother the queen to help. >> boom! >> and how little prince george brings out a different side of prince harry. >> a pretty good uncle over here. carnival horror, this 11-year-old girl smiling on a ride just moments before a terrifying accident. eyewitnesses racing to stop it. now, her parents speak out together this morning. summer medical alert. the beauty editor who did everything right to protect her skin. >> it's my job to know about these things. >> doctors telling her she's fine. so, how did she end up a victim.
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and baby oh babe. the first all-girl quints born in the u.s., just turned one. they're here live this morning as we say -- >> all: good morning, america! if ♪ this is my fight song ♪ take back my life song good morning, america. beautiful monday here in times square. and down in orlando. robin there for the invictus games and robin, we can't wait to see more of your interview with prince harry and the first lady. >> it's coming up. we were doing the wave during the commercial break. this infectious spirit out here. the games have become. day one of the competition. i have to sit down with prince harry and michelle obama to talk all about it. they opened up about the amazing lee rows competing this week and their own competition with each other. i'm sure you have seen the viral
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tapes, but they're taking us inside that adorable meeting also with prince george and his little bathrobe and how he couldn't understand why uncle harry was so quiet. so, we'll share that and a lot more coming up in this hour, guys. amy. >> all right. we can't wait for that, robin. also this morning, we're celebrating 100 years of our amazing national parks. all week long, we're taking you on an epic campout. including a couple who put their jobs on hold to travel to all of the parks in just one year. so many viewers sending us their most memorable moments. >> that's right. so many of you love our national parks. let's take a look at some of these pictures pouring in from people using the #myparkgma. great family shot from the park.
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it's great to get all of this from twitter. >> social media puts us altogether. "good morning america" had reached a big milestone, now 3 million twitter followers strong, we want to say thank you for joining us every single day. >> thank you, guys. now, let's do to amy with the morning rundown. the big story this morning, millions of americans in the path of extreme weather, dangerous storms stretching from wyoming to illinois, damaged homes and spud debris for miles. one or ttornado touched in colo injuring five people. once that twister started moving away it became a backdrop for these teens posing for a once in a lifetime prom picture the republican rift is widening. donald trump plague down the need for party unity after house speaker paul ryan said he wasn't ready to spot trump.
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on "this week," trump told george that the gop doesn't have to be unified. trump and ryan are set to meet this week. trump also blasted hillary and bill clinton over the former president's sex scandal saying he's the worse abuser of women in the history of politics. hillary clinton fired back, saying she's sticking to issues. new video this morning of a small plane crash landing on top of an office building in southern california. eyewitnesses said there was smoke coming from the plane, the pilot is remarkably expected to be just fine. in nebraska, a little girl is hospitalized after a freak accident at a carnival, her hair became caught in the mechanism of a ride. here's abc's mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: this morning, an 11-year-old girl in critical condition after a horrifying accident on this carnival ride. video showing elizabeth gilreath
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just moments before her hair got spun at a ride at a local cinco demayo celebration. >> the ride malfunctioned. struck the child in the head. conscious but not alert. breathing's var lay board. >> reporter: eyewitnesses stepping in to help amid the chaos. >> somehow i stopped it with both my hands. i just knew my child needed help. >> reporter: elizabeth's mom in shock when she heard what happened. >> i wanted to know she was okay. >> reporter: the karn corral telling abc news that thomas d. thomas shows valls the of our health of our guests. elizabeth is currently in intensive care but is expected to recover. >> we're not seeing major injuries to her brain. we're pleased she's doing so well. >> reporter: for "good morning
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america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> mara, thank you. big alert this morning for paerts who swald their babies to help them sleep better. researchers now say swaddling may actually increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome by one-third. the risk of s.i.d.s. was greatest with those sleeping on their backs an organized procession for the opening of a farmer's market, instead the first annual running of the goetz -- well, lived up to its name. because, boy, did that run, they escaped. in this kentucky town. it actually took them two days to round up the last's can peas. there were no injuries. but -- kwl. >> you said they were going to the market. >> they were going to the market. >> you can't really blame, can you? >> i don't know what they
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♪ welcome to my house look at that birthday party right there. that's the busby family celebrating the first birthday of their five little girls, that's right, the first all-girl one up the lets in the united states. >> beautiful cakes, by the way. >> that's a full house. >> i love the hats, too. we'll meet them coming up. but now, we want to go back to robin in orlando. for more of her interview with first lady michelle obama and prince harry. at the invictus games and how prince harry got the queen to challenge the first lady. robin. >> michael, prince harry and first lady michelle obama, they're teaming up for the ultimate competition and celebration, now they're opening up about the games, the queen
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and hanging out with little prince george. what are you hoping watching, it's on espn, it's here at disney world. what are you wanting people to come away thinking of these brave men and women? >> i want people to be inspired. i want tears. >> reporter: the annual invictus games may have kicked off last night. >> we have some digging at some each other as you have noticed over the past several weeks. >> reporter: but the playful sparring between the first lady and prince harry over which country will reign supreme during this year's games started before the opening ceremony. all started with this challenge from first lady to prince harry. >> remember when you told us to bring it at the invictus games. >> be careful what you wish for. >> not to be outdone.
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prince harry brought in the queen. >> boom. >> how did you approach the queen? >> first lady brings the president into it. >> if you can get your grandmother to do this, then you can drop the mike. >> he said it like this. and my brother -- i said, you know what, now that you're so confident i didn't want to have to ask the queen because i didn't want to back her into the corner. when i showed her the video, she was like, let's do this. >> you can see. she delivered great timing. it's hard to believe that she recently celebrated her 90th birthday and you got to meet prince george. was he really in the bathrobe. >> yeah. i have to say that the most
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precious thing if you haven't fallen in love with him is to see him with his nephew. because uncle harry, whoory so quiet. i'm like, you're not quiet. >> i was on my best behavior. he's got a pretty good uncle over here. >> yeah, it's hard to imagine prince harry being quiet. i guess when you're uncle harry and the president is there. can you imagine, can you get your grandmother to participate and your grandmother just happens to be the queen of england. it was just so wonderful how comfortable they are with one another and how they're joining forces, guys, prince harry and the first lady. >> i tell you what, robin, to see and watch them the two together, they're great. they seem to have a great rapport. but are so passionate about the military. i love that.
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it's really something that's great to see. >> it really is great to see because you look -- i mean, look at these faces. what they were talking about also, it's not just about those who serve in the military, who are the family members that are out here supporting? yeah, because the it's like you're in the military along with your significant other that's serve and so it's that kind of spirit that you get here and we also have these wonderful veterans and they are heroes work here, it's great program for disney, because when a lot of our veterans come back home they need a job and they want to work and so many of them are here. who's here with that program right here? we have a few that are here. a wonderful spirit of coming together, guys. >> it's the invictus games, it's there some competition. being around those competitors, about to go head to head starting this morning, what is the feeling that you get here,
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is there nervousness, tension, are they ready to go? >> michael strahan is talking about the competition, guys, all of -- they're all looking at me and saying, what is he talking about? they're talking about the competition. hall of famer back there. i can see the fire in your eyes. in all seriousness, there's a great spirit about here and each country wants to bring back the gold. what's wonderful if one of the competitors should happen to fall or something like that, the other team is going to reach back and help them up. it's a wonderful atmosphere, but yeah, they're ready. >> it's on. >> they heard prince harry and they heard mrs. obama. it's on, it's on. >> we love it, robin. we're talking to one of those amazing competitors. we'll do that coming up. watch the invictus games on espn. which i think is great. amy, throw it over to you. >> can't wait for all of that.
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we begin with our new series, the skin you're in, taking care of your body right now. in the u.s. alone estimated 500 people are diagnosed with skin cancer every day. that's what one beauty editor. abc's mara schiavocampo has her story. >> reporter: she's an expert beauty editor known for telling her millions of readers about the importance of sun screen. >> it's my job to know about these things. >> reporter: so, when a red patch appeared on annie tomlin's hairline she knew something wasn't right. could it be the queen of sun screen fell victim to the sun's damaging race? >> as it grew and grew it thought this isn't normal. >> reporter: two different dermatologist said it was nothing. but when she ran into this doctor at an event her suspic n
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suspicions were concerned. a biopsy revealing she had the most common kind of skin cancer. >> i was shocked. i'm very lucky my mom always put sun screen on me as a kid. >> reporter: it's highly curable but early detection is key. why is it important to treat it quickly? >> these things become disfiguring and they can spread throughout their body. >> reporter: doctors say be vigilant about checking your entirely body regularly. something annie is reminded every time she checks the mirror. >> it's a reminder as i go forward in life that this happened and i just want to be as safe as i can when i go out in the sun. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. joining us is dr. jennifer ashton. jen, i think a lot of people are
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under the false impression if you do everything right and you wear that sun screen you're not at risk, that's simply not true. >> not true with skin cancer. we have to remember that behavior and prevention is key. it's important when you talk about skin cancer. however, there are other pieces to this puzzle, genetic component. that doesn't mean that behavior is still isn't important. >> talk about genetics and the role it plays in skin cancer. >> skin cancer is no different. the majority of skin cancer is sporadic. a small percentage, there are genetic mutations. we have heard of the bcra mutation. bcra 2 actually increases the risk of melanoma. >> and of course, it's so
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important to not only check your own skin but to have a doctor do those body checks and as you heard our patient in our piece said, get second or third opinion. >> a biopsy should be the default pathway. people need to understand, this is trend #getnaked. you have to take all of your clothes off to have a proper skin check. it has to go fingers and toes. dark-skind individuals very much at risk, most people think they don't. last week i had full skin checks. >> even the doctors themselves have to be the patient. places more us susceptible thany others. >> everything needs to be checked and you need to get naked. >> all right.
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dr. jen ashton said it. that's an easy transition. we have sun today, so put on the sun block. your son lives here, we live in california, he is 26 and he is very tired. 26-year-old getting up at 50:00. happy mother's day by the way. let's go to this, big time hail across snyder oklahoma. some of this looks like bad teeth with dental work required. that's a look at what's going on around the county. here's what's going on where you live. >> reporter: we have a frontal boundary that's far enough south that's not showing up on radar. we have lots of sunshine, clouds will dig in as the day goes on. we're cool, but getting better. temperatures in the 50s, and this afternoon clouds 73.
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tomorrow, 63, cloudy an sprinkles and showers here and there. mild, wednesday, thursday, friday. love "good morning america" and pop pop in honor of granddad. >> thank you so much, rob it's "pop news" time. jesse thank you for joining us. >> yeah. >> lot of important "pop news." yeah, let's get to it. prince success diana, her final resting place is getting a multimillion-dollar makeover in response to some criticism that her grave located on island at a althrop had somewhat neglected. the first upgrade. a spokesperson for the estate said the revamp will be
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completed in time of her death in august 2017. i interviewed her brother and saw that. remote little island. i don't know how it could be neglected. they want people to go and pay homage to her. it's quite lovely. also in "pop news," taking a massive turn. kfc is taking their motto of finger-lickin' good. with edible nail polish. >> come on. >> no way. >> edible nail polish. kfc worjd with food technologyists. the polish is available in original and hot and spicy. it's the real thing. created by the colonel to drum up publicity. sadly it's only available in hong kong right now. >> not sadly.
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>> finger lickin' good, not my nail polish. >> i think of greece. i hope the nail polish isn't greasy. >> good night, my lady. >> chif alary is not dead, lara. >> jesse, i'm just wondering how you feel. >> a better british accent than i. and then finally a little smile for you on this monday. a little girl proving that self-confidence is always in style. watch this. mini model killing it. she worked like i have never seen. i think she's at a church fashion show and she was so good that she said to this other girl who was supposed to go out, hold on, i'm not done yet. went out for the second time.
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she's phenomenal. she got over 7 million views on facebook. the song in the background it's deep by beyonce. lots coming up on "good morning america." so don't go anywhere.
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hey everyone, 27:00 may 9. i'm matt o'donnell if you're about to head out the door let's go over to karen rogers. >> reporter: westbound traffic from the vine to the blue route, a 42 minute ride, huge delays dealing with an accident near conshohocken that continues to block the right lane. big delays on the schuylkill expressway. here on the new jersey turnpike southbound approaching burial to be an accident blocking the right lane slow go southbound on the new jersey turnpike. northeast extension not one, but two accidents one involving an overturned pickup truck. one that hit the guardrail. two accidents southbound of
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lansdale. what an improvement in our weather. let's go outside to david murphy. >> reporter: improving on the terrace were the sun out and 57 degrees in philadelphia. cooler in spots especially up north. there's a bit of a breeze starting to kick around. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice afternoon we'll see clouds increase, but at the same time it will be mild high of 72. tomorrow, cloudy and cooler, 63 is the high, there could be a spotty shower here or there through the day. milder on wednesday, 73, nice on thursday, 74. thursday night into friday, periods of rain, friday's high, 70. for the weekend we're back into the 60s, 67 on saturday, sunday, clouds and sun, 63 a couple of spotty showers both days, so we'll keep rain gear handy if you're out and about at the dad vail regatta. doesn't look like a washout. new photos have been released showing an escaped inmate at a rest stop on the garden state parkway. see them at
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♪ ♪ ♪ flavor of your skin lingers on my line. jason derulo there, the video for his new hit single. look. >> got our attention this morning. you know what, everybody get your sleeping bags out because we're going camping. we'll talk you across the country on a huge campout adventure all to celebrate the 100th anniversary of our country's amazing, beautiful national parks. >> i love this series. this morning, we'll meet a couple living the dream. they're taking a year off to travel to all 59 of the national parks here in the u.s. in their airstream. we'll join them on the greatest american road trip, ever. love this. old school.
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we have to go back to robin in orlando at the invictus games. >> thanks very much back with one of the members of the american team anglo anderson and his mother angela. yesterday, as we know was mother's day and angelo, something very special happened. you had a preliminary run. can you tell people what happened? >> yes, ma' am, i had a phenomenal run and i was congratulated by my mother at the end. >> you couldn't contain yourself. you just had to go. >> not at all. it was just so emotional at that time. i couldn't do anything but just smile. it was the perfect mother's day gift out all of 26 years. >> are you sure you're his mom? it was special having your mom
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there. also, former president george w. bush was there. >> yes, he was i'm so glad he's here and he's so involved. he's down on the track with us, on the pool deck with us, he's like one of us pretty much and it's awesome how warm he is and how welcoming he was to my mom. it was awesome. >> i know. quite a scene people are seeing right now at home. can you share with us how you were wound zbld yes, july 2010 in afghanistan, i was on patrol with my marines and we took gun fire to my right side. i suffered a broken humerus and a couple of rounds just shredded through my arm and my leg. >> tell us about how these invictus games you part participated in the first one how thaw help you and fellow competitors. >> they help us, oh man, in so
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many ways, robin, i guess to sum it up the best way, it puts us back together and give us that sense of strength again. it really does. and every year it's gotten better and better. i didn't think it could top 2014. but, so far, it's been amazing. and it's all for the athletes, too. really when we're with one another it's incredible. >> the camaraderie. you want to be together. for angela, as a family member, the pride you must have and the feeling that you have as family members to see your loved ones competing. >> it's so wonderful to be just out here among the family and the camaraderie it's great and to have this type of son i feel that i'm the most important person in the world to be able to be his mom. >> i know. you guys have been clutching
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each other's hands the entire -- >> my fingers are number. she's just squeezing. >> what do you want people at home who's going to be watching these next few days. >> take away from inspiration from one. let it be, you know, whether you see one of us out there in the pool or you know shooting archery, let this be a reflection of what you can do as well what's possible. to get past your darkest moment or you know your injury or something you're going through. please know that's not the end of the world for you. you can get out. whether it's through sports and get out and not let what happened to you dictate your future. >> once again you're thinking of others. angela, thank you. angelo, thank you for your service. this is a very special e time
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here. and as we send it off, i guess we should hasay have a magical day. that's what you say at disney world. have a magical time here over the next few days. thank you. robin, we're having -- we we know it's a tough go we're working on the cure, check on the lights out of the northwest. you can see this in the puget sound area. these are pictures of the electromagnetic storm. check out the storms that could be popping up near washington, d.c., milder conditions, but not quite rain free. that's the national outlooking here's the local forecast. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan is showing us, rob, we are dry, the sun is up and testers will be up later today -- temperatures will be up later today. 73 increasing clouds.
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tomorrow, 63 spotty showers here and there. going to national parks, jesse and lara. back over to you. >> thanks, robin. somewhat creepy but interesting. so interesting. love this. vintage airstream. time for "good morning america's" epic campout. we're celebrating 100 years of our country's amazing national parks. we'll take you our viewers to some awe-inspiring places all week long. jesse has a story of a couple who lived the dream. they dropped everything for one year. they did a cross-country road trip to all 59 national parks. >> they did it in a trailer just like this. which is really good. they got a lot of ground to cover. the national park service include includes 1,000 acres.
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meet stephanie payne and her partner jonathan irish. stephanie a creative product developer at nasa and jonathan a photographer. they put their lives on hold for what they're calling the greatest american road trip ever. >> this is surreal. moving into this retro travel trailer. >> welcome to our airstream. we have fresh coffee every morning. key on our road trip. >> reporter: giving them one year to pull fill a life long dream. an epic journey through all 59 national parks. texas, and in california, joshua tree where they churd this incredible star-gazing time lapse. taking them from the awesomeness of the grand canyon. from a tropical underwater oasis to death valley, one of the hottest and driest places on planet. active volcanoes, underground
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caves and even this psychedelic hot springs. these breathtaking images from the national parks adventure. ♪ i'm going to need you to raise your glass ♪ >> reporter: 300 million visitors annually, there's a park for each of us. stephanie and jonathan's own scrapbook taped to the ceiling of their trailer. >> photos just a selection of them from the trip. >> this is a good one it's just a good picture of a balanced rock. >> reporter: today they're at sequoia national park. the trees here mammoth. the largest on the planet. this one with a scircumference the third the length of a football field. >> this park is like every other park. >> reporter: just one stop on a road trip to a world of wonders,
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right in our own backyard. >> i think it really helps us all connect to these amazing places. >> ♪ ♪ we always find our way back home ♪ >> such an amazing adventure for them and of course so many of those stunning images are part of the new imax film "national parks adventure." you have been eyeing this. >> i love it. i love what she said the national parks belong to all of us. use them, love them. we're doing that right here at "good morning america." we have our folks in colorado, t.j. holmes is going to put his rock climbing skills to the test. >> he's going to be hanging out with some real rock stars, get
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it. it just sounds better when you do it. share your adventures as well. coming up on "good morning america" -- america's most famous quintuplets. are turning one and they're with us live. get ready. coming up on "good morning
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time to have some fun now with the most famous quintuplets in america. the busby girls are one-year-old. they have a tlc show "outdaughtered." a first look at their first year. baby joy times five. >> this is it, we're about to have five baby girls. >> actually make that six. >> half dozen girls now. >> reporter: the whole story is told in the new tlc show "outdaughtered." it's about the busby family who last april welcomed quintuplequ. five little sisters to sister blayke. >> it's ridiculous. >> good morning, oliva. >> avenue ya is very content.
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>> riley loves to cuddle. >> haze sell our little one. >> and kate is supereasy. >> reporter: raising six kids definitely isn't easy. the series shows the couple's struggle. >> going back to work i'm losing my biggest helper. ♪ happy birthday >> the whole busby family joins us now from texas. daniele, adam, big sister blayke and all five quints. how are you doing? >> doing good. >> danielle, tell us about your first mother's day with the quints. >> this is actually the first one. the first one with them at home. we had a wonderful day. last year it was -- we visited the nicu it was very sad.
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i had to go, you know visit them. this year we had a blast. we haung out outside. just played. we all took a really long nap yesterday. that was fabulous. >> that's a good day when you get all five down at the same time. blayke, help us out here and introduce all your little sisters to america. >> blayke, introduce your sisters. who's who? >> hazel, avenue ya, riley, parker and oliva. >> if any of them -- >> that was av a little while ago. >> it happens. you know you have had cameras follow you for this entire journey even with your struggles with infertility. what was that like? >> it was -- i mean, it was
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pretty good. i mean, we -- we had them with us from the very beginning and we got used to it pretty quick. the camera crew, almost became like family members. blayke was calling our producer uncle brad. so, she, we took right to it. it hasn't too bad. >> i think all of america is getting a sense of how difficult it is and how fun it is to struggle with quints. they're looking for those cheerios. >> they're supermobile right now as you can see. >> danielle how hard was it when adam had to go back to work. >> mom, stop feeding riley. >> i had to deal with all day. no, it was definitely really hard when he had to leave and you know i did have some help come in and family. there's nothing like having your
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spouse or husband there to, you know, take on charge with you. >> yeah, those kids look like such a delight. congratulations. thank you for introducing all of them to us. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having us. >> bye. >> outdaughtered premieres tonig tomorrow on tlc. coming
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. we're back now with country star cole swindell he's just released his new album, you should be here. the title track top billboard's top country song list for four straight weeks. here's cole with you should be here.
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♪ it's perfect outside. it's like god let me dial up the weather ♪ is not got the whole crew here i ain't seen some of them for in forever ♪ ♪ it's one of those never forget it, better stop and take it in kinda scene ♪ ♪ everything's just right, yeah, except for one thing ♪ ♪ you should be here, standing with your arm around me here ♪ ♪ cutting up, cracking a cold beer, saying cheers, hey, y'all it's sure been a good year ♪ ♪ it's one of those moments that's got your name written all over it ♪ ♪ and you know that if i had just one wish it would be that you didn't have to miss this ♪ ♪ you should be here
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♪ ♪ ♪ you'd be taking way too many pictures on your phone ♪ ♪ showing them off to everybody that you know back home ♪ ♪ and even some you don't, yeah ♪ ♪ they say now you're in a better place ♪ ♪ and i would be too if i could see your face ♪ ♪ you should be here, standing with your arm and me here ♪ ♪ cutting up, cracking a cold beer, saying cheers, hey, y'all it's sure been a good year ♪ ♪ et's one of those moments that's got your name written all over it ♪ ♪ you should be here
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♪ you'd be loving this you'd be freaking out you'd be smiling yeah ♪ ♪ i know you'd be all about what's going on right here right now ♪ ♪ god i wish somehow you could be here ♪ ♪ oh, you should be here ♪ yeah this is one of those moments that's got your name written all over it ♪ ♪ and you know that if i have just one wish it'd be that you didn't have to miss this ♪ ♪ you should be here ♪ you should be here [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] cole swindell thank you so much to this georgia boy. you guys did great. big good-bye to robin as well. safe travels back from the invictus games. there she is. have a great monday, everyone. >> have a good day. it is 8:56, monday, may 9. good morning everyone, let's turn to karen rogers for an update on the northeast extension. >> reporter: for the second time in five days they are
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complimenting plan x on the northeast extension southbound past quakertown where there are two accidents, one involving a pick up truck has cleared, but the other involving a box truck is still out there, southbound northeast extension all lanes shut down past quakertown. stick to 309. the other accident on the schuylkill expressway westbound near the curve, it is cleared. traffic is slow on the schuylkill expressway westbound. as you look live you ski that. now a 35 minute ride from the vine to the blue route. at one point it was over an hour, things are improving, but slowly, matt. let's turn to david murphy for the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: numbers zooming under the sun. we're up to 62 degrees after starting ten degrees cooler than that. the suburbs in the 50s like allentown are in the 60s. we'll have a high of 73. clouds filter in as the day goes on. mainly cloudy and cooler
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tomorrow 63678 scattered showers at times. wednesday looks like we have a good chance of drying again, 73. milder in the after. 74 thursday, the next round of rain comes in friday night where we'll have rain at times. cooling down for the weekend. an escaped prisoner reassure faces at a garden state rest stop overnight. we'll have more on "action news" at noon. jody foster is next on "live" with kelly and michael. i'm matt o'donnell. have a great monday and great week. ♪
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