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th us for "good good morning, america. panic in the air. a man trapped in the cargo hold of a passenger jet. >> i think we have -- hearing a noise from the baggage compartment. >> passengers hearing pounding and screaming from below. the pilot forced to make an emergency landing. how could he survive the cold? and how did he get there in the first place? deadly accident. a volunteer sheriff's deputy charged with manslaughter, fatally shoots a suspect running from police during an undercover sting pulling his handgun instead of his taser. so, why was this insurance executive on the scene of a high-risk police operation? unwelcome houseguest. a mountain lion camped out under an l.a. home, refusing to leave the crawl space. a surprised worker coming face to face with the big cat and what they are doing right now to rescue him.
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abc's neal karlinsky is there. good morning, neal. >> reporter: george, good morning. this one takes sleepless in seattle to a whole new level. the baggage handler claims he fell asleep on the job and that is how he wound up in the belly of a 737 in the air screaming for his life. >> i think we have -- hearing a noise from the baggage compartment. >> reporter: alaska airlines flight 448 from seattle to los angeles had just taken off when the pilot says he heard pounding and screaming come up from the floor under him and radioed in for an emergency landing. >> could be a person in there. so we're going to come back around. >> reporter: passengers in the air were stunned and scared. [ banging noise ] one of them recording the banging on his cell phone. >> started hearing yelling for help, and so we started yelling at the flight attendant. >> reporter: sure enough, when the plane landed after just 14 minutes, you could see him being led into an ambulance, a bewildered baggage handler, who
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says he fell asleep on the job inside. waking, to his horror, in the air where he pounded and screamed from the plane's front baggage compartment under the passengers. fortunately, it's the same compartment that holds pets, so it was pressurized and kept at a safe temperature. >> a u.s. marshal emerged and started yelling really loud into the ground, hey, we're turning around. we're getting ready to land. hold on to something. it was pretty craze. >> reporter: alaska air says the man is a contractor for menzies aviation and that he passed a drug test after being checked out at a nearby hospital. they say his team noticed him missing and called and texted his cell phone but didn't get an answer. authorities say the baggage handler is doing just fine this morning. he wasn't hurt, no charges are planned. as for his future and his job here at the airport, stay tuned. george? >> okay, neal. thank you very much.
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abc's aviation analyst john nance also in seattle this morning. thank you, john, for joining us. we have heard about stowaways before, but i've never heard of anybody getting stuck in a cargo hold by accident. >> well this has happened a couple of times in the past history of jetliners, but it's very unusual. in this case, it looks like it's the result of an assumption. they couldn't find him. they assumed he was someplace else. it was the end of a very long day and they assume edd he went home at the end of the day. he hadn't. >> they work long days. a routine part of the job. >> they do. that's one of the things this investigation has to look at not just did this individual fall asleep, obviously so. but is there chronic fatigue out there because we don't want fatigued people around jetliners and if the schedules are creating this sort of situation, that needs to be looked at. >> yeah we've seen it with pilots. now we see it with handlers. the bottom line here, the cargo hold is pressurized. so, what kind of danger was this man actually in? >> mainly boredom, fright, because it is warm and the same air and the same pressurization
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you have in the cabin is down there. there's no light though. and on top of that, there's no inflight movie or no restroom, so it can get very inconvenient. >> john nance, thank you very much. >> glad we're able to laugh about that. all right, george, thank you. now to that fatal police shooting. this one in tulsa, oklahoma. a volunteer reserve deputy sheriff has now been charged with manslaughter after shooting an unarmed man. authorities say he reached for his taser but accidentally grabbed his handgun. abc's ryan smith has that story for us. >> reporter: this is the moment an undercover operation turns tragic. >> stop right there. >> reporter: as tulsa deputies were chasing 44-year-old eric harris, running from police after allegedly selling drugs and guns to an undercover officer. >> roll on your stomach. >> reporter: no one expected this. [ gunshot ] >> oh, i shot him, i'm sorry. >> reporter: volunteer reserve deputy sheriff robert bates shooting the unarmed african-american man
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fatally wounding him with his firearm after authorities say he mistook his gun for a stun gun. >> he shot me! he shot me! >> reporter: you can even hear the 73-year-old apologizing immediately after firing his gun. >> oh, i shot him, i'm sorry. >> reporter: harris passed away an hour after the shooting. on monday, bates was charged with second-degree manslaughter. >> he knew that he erred. he knew that he used a deadly force instead of less lethal. no one intended for mr. harris to die that day. >> reporter: those words lacking comfort for harris' grieving family speaking out overnight. >> he was peaceful. he was loving. he was caring, and he was my brother that i'll never see again until i see him in heaven. >> reporter: the shooting sparking outrage on social media. one user tweeting, "when will police killings stop?" another, "the video is heartbreaking and nauseating." this morning, many are asking why bates, an insurance company
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executive, who has been acting as a volunteer deputy sheriff since 2008, was even on the scene in the first place? for "good morning america," ryan smith, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to ryan. we're going to bring in abc's dan abrams to weigh in on more about this. so the charge of manslaughter, what does that mean? >> yeah, second degree manslaughter really means it was a criminal mistake. right? he's going to say on the one hand this was a regular mistake that any person could make. the prosecutors here are saying, no, there's more than that. there's a reasonable duty of care that you have to use. you didn't use it. you violated it. and so you move from being just a mistake to a criminal mistake now facing the possibility of two to four years behind bars. >> so, how do you think this is going to play out in court, dan? >> there will be basic agreement that he didn't do it on purpose. i don't think anyone is going to argue that he intentional lyly did this but what they'll argue over is what should that mean and they're going to go through sort of moment by moment what happened?
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how did it happen? and would an ordinary person, someone who is using reasonable care, have done what he did? and i think he's going to try to use, by the way -- >> the volunteer reserve deputy sheriff. many people hadn't even heard of that before. >> right. i think that's going to become part of the defense. he's going to say, look, i didn't do this regularly. this is the sort of mistake, innocent mistake someone like me could make. prosecutors are going to say, not so innocent. >> it will be interesting to see how this plays out. >> yeah. >> all right, dan, thank you. >> thank you, guys. we turn to hillary clinton, fresh off an under-the-radar road trip from new york city. she will make her first official campaign appearance in iowa this morning. our clinton correspondent cecilia vega on the trail. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. stealth is the word we're hearing out here on the campaign trail. who knew hillary clinton likes herself a good road trip? we're told this whole thing was her idea. a political where's waldo? this morning, hillary clinton is spending her first two days on the campaign trail driving from new york to the hawkeye state in
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what she calls her scooby van. just two public sightings in two days. one at this pennsylvania gas station posing for a picture with this family and another at an ohio chipotle, caught on security camera ordering a chicken burrito bowl. the former secretary of state wearing sunglasses. no one even recognized her. overnight a campaign aide revealing to abc news details of clinton's mystery trip through the heartland. just as she launched on sunday with this video. >> i'm running for president. >> reporter: clinton, her campaign staffers, and a secret service detail left her home in chappaqua, new york, driving through new jersey, into pennsylvania where they made that gas station pit stop, spending the night in pittsburgh, heading west before stopping at that chipotle in maumee, ohio, monday where she also ordered guac. then there was a stop in joliet, illinois and then iowa or bust. >> everyday americans need a
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champion, and i want to be that champion. >> reporter: and iowa is an important state for clinton. she lost here back in 2008 for that first official stop here today, she tours a community college, her campaign saying she's coming here with humility ready to shake every single hand, george, clearly trying to avoid the appearance of a coronation. >> and that's what the iowa voters expect okay, cecilia, thanks very much. while hillary was keeping a low profile on the road, marco rubio launching his white house bid in a big way at the freedom tower. i sat down with the 43-year-old first term senator at his west miami home hours before the kickoff speech and asked him why he wants to be president. >> i think this country is at a generational moment where it needs to decide not what party it wants in charge but what kind of country are we going to want to be moving forward? >> but why you? >> i realize every country in the world has rich people. and i'm glad we have rich people in america too but what makes us unique is this is the one place on earth where millions and millions of people who aren't rich still own a
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home, are able to save for retirement, are able to leave their kids better off than themselves. and i think if we ever lose that we stop being special. our next president of the united states has to be one that understands that, is passionate about it. has a plan to revive it and expand it to reach more people than ever. >> i read that you called hillary clinton in one word "yesterday." what does that mean? >> well, one of the challenges we have today in this country is we are trying to fix 21st century problems with 20th century ideas, right? so we have people from yesterday, leaders that are still grounded in the 20th century who think if we just pour more money into the existing higher education system we'll get a 21st century result. it isn't true anymore. >> she says she wants to run to be the champion of everyday americans. why are you running? >> because her ideas to help everyday americans will not help everyday americans. >> i got to ask you about jeb bush. it's been described as your mentor. he was governor when you were speaker of the house. you said when you were running for senate you would defer if he wanted the senate seat. why not defer to him now? >> that was at a different time
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in my life and in my career and the country was at a different moment at that point. i think today we're even further along into the 21st century but not our policies, and i feel uniquely called to at least lend my voice to the effort. jeb is my friend. he's still my friend. he'll continue to be my friend. we'll continue to be friends. i have tremendous admiration for him. i'm not running against him. >> hard to be friends when you're running against him. >> no i don't agree with that. i think it's important to understand that i'm not running against jeb. he's not running against me, i don't think. we're competing for the same job. >> you gave a birthday tribute where you would ask often yourself what would jeb do? >> sure. >> if you're asking yourself that, why shouldn't people choose him? >> i think jeb bush continues to be a model in terms of how you approach public policy but we've reached a moment now, not just in my career but in the history of the country where i believe that it needs a republican party that is new and vibrant, that understands the future, has an agenda for that future. i feel qualified to offer that. that's why i'm running for president. >> reporter: what would it mean
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for america to see the first latino president? >> i don't know. i mean, i haven't viewed my candidacy in that light. i'm sure it would be an important moment for a lot of people. not just for americans of hispanic descent but for anyone who comes from families like mine. >> senator, thank you. >> thank you. >> you know even though he doesn't agree with president obama on much, he wrote that he teared up at president obama when he won because it meant the first african-american president. >> you're going to have more with rubio and his wife in the last half hour. >> yes and he has four little kids, as well. amy with other top stories. breaking news overnight. >> that's right. we're just getting word about a deadly terror attack on a government building in the capital of somalia. gunmen stormed the ministry of higher education in mogadishu after a suicide car bombing and there are reports hostages have been taken. at least ten were killed. it appears to the latest attack by the islamic militant group al shabaab which attacked a college in neighboring kenya earlier this month killing 150 people. also breaking right now a passenger jet making a hard landing in japan. this asana airlines flight was
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arriving from south korea when it skidded off the runway. the tail section reportedly touched the runway and sparks were seen. local media reports about 20 people have suffered minor injuries. back here in this country, a tragic accident near seattle. a concrete slab fell from an overpass that is under construction, crushing a pickup truck and killing the family of three inside, including an infant. investigators are now looking into the decision to leave that road open. a disaster averted at this work site in dallas. a crane toppling over. whoo! slamming into a museum. workers scrambled to get out of the way. the crane operator suffered only minor injuries. incredibly. and a dangerous rescue mission in los angeles overnight. overnight crews have been trying to lure a mountain lion out from under a home. take a look. it wandered into a crawl space and is refusing to leave. but imagine this a man who was working on the house crawled down there to just install a security system and then came
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face to face with the big cat just a few feet away. the mountain lion has been spotted in the neighborhood before. wildlife officials have fired beanbags and tennis balls in hopes of getting it to come out, so far with no success. and a frightening moment at this racetrack in louisiana. look at that. a car spinning out of control, hitting the crew member, flipping him through the air. you'll see it there in slow motion. whoo! but he walked away from the crash. and do you want to know why? he was wearing his helmet. finally, a reminder to everyone out there, it ain't over till it's over, especially when you're running a race. check out this runner from the university of oregon. he thinks he's got the race in the bag. look at him celebrating, whoo-hoo! but he didn't even see the guy coming up from behind. oh, yeah, beating him there at the line. oh! later, the agony of needless defeat set in. and it became clear he learned his lesson. >> yes, he did. >> it ain't over till it's over. >> did you see the look on his
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face? at the last moment, wow. >> yeah. >> he learned it the hard way. >> the very hard way. >> reminds me of what my momma used to say when you strut, you stumble. when you strut you stumble. he certainly did. i want to talk about someone we're used to strutting and winning, always doing so well. we all know about tom brady. we all know he knows how to throw a football. i know that firsthand. his first pitch at the red sox home opener on monday shows it's not the same when you put a baseball in his hand. abc's reena ninan, she has the story. >> brady throws, caught. >> reporter: overnight, the super bowl champ with the golden arm less than pitch perfect. >> four-time super bowl champion, tom brady, to throw the ceremonial first pitch. >> reporter: watch again. brady himself even seeming worried it won't go well mouthing "oh, no" before he winds up, and, look, this guy diving out of the way as red sox star big papi behind the plate struggles to make the stop. social media lighting up after
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the not so terrific toss. "jan brady throws better than tom brady," said one. >> marcia, marcia, marcia. >> reporter: but others coming to his defense. one fan tweeting that "brady bounced that first pitch way out of the frame." it's as much as baseball as peanuts and cracker jacks. 50 cent sent his way out of the frame. >> just a bit outside. >> reporter: mariah carey's went straight into the ground. and even president obama couldn't bring the heat. but brady is an athlete. the patriots even posting this video on twitter of him taking batting practice with the red sox afterwards. turns out maybe he was just on the wrong side of the ball. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> yes, stick to football, tom. >> you were saying during the piece, it's not that easy. >> you know, it's not that easy. and it's scary and then when you get the ball, all the baseball players walk up to the top of the dugout, cross their arms, and they look at you like, show us
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what you got, football guy. it is the most -- it's the scariest thing i have ever done sportswise. >> you know when you're tom brady, though i think you can be bad at something. >> it makes me feel a little bit better. >> you're enjoying his pain. >> no, no, no, just enjoying that he's human. that's all. let's go to ginger. you got some flash flooding there. >> yes. let's start with ft. worth. texas had quite a bit of flooding. and you can see it right here this video from someone's cell phone in the front yard. there's a car submerged. how about the video from lubbock, texas. this video coming in, some 6 or even 7 inches of rain falling. now that flash flooding moving to the east and south texas, new orleans to mobile and right there in parts of the ohio river valley.
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good morning, i am abc7 meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. total sunshine today. even faster breezes and dry air will keep our warmth in check. clear, calm and cool tonight and tomorrow and record highs on thursday and friday. today is like year upper 50s loan the cost and low 60 in san francisco and mid-to-upper 60s for the rest of us. low-to-upper 40s tonight. check out high as they peak thursday and coming up on "gma" -- jodi arias sentenced to life in prison without parole. what she said in her final plea to the judge. also ahead, those free-range parents from maryland fighting back this morning. we'll hear from them after their latest run-in with police.
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just ahead, jodi arias' final court appearance. what her victim's sister sid to the . . good morning. i'm eric thomas. breaking news in marin county. police are investigating a crime of opportunity gone bad. a so-called good samaritan stopped to help a womb at the scene of a car crash in west
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showing just how breezy it is this morning. live doppler 7 tracking these sustained winds still in double digits in many areas and will stay that way if not faster as we head into the mid-morning to mid-afternoon hours. good morning. here is ai look at our temperatures always in the 40s. napa at 38 and mountainview at 50. it will leave a cooler tomorrow morning. let's talk about what's going to happen as far as your forecast for the home opener. the home opener tomorrow. we have a game today at 7:35. it is goin
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good morning, america. right now, questions about how a baggage handler got trapped in the car go hold of a flight forcing the plane to make an emergency landing. also right now, jodi arias sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole. and those free-range parents fighting for the right to have their kids play unsupervised. we say good morning, america, on this tuesday morning. so much to get to. a big question for you parents up here right now. do you have a favorite child? we're going to -- >> no. no. >> we're going the hear from a mom. >> two of them. both watching right now. george. >> good answer george. >> this caused debate online. because a mother says yes, she does favor one child over the
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other the. >> you love your children differently. but you love them with the same intensity. at least i do. >> way to put it. yes. >> i get in trouble if i say different. i love them exactly the same. >> safer that way. much safer that way. but the trick is for your child to think that they're the favorite. we were -- four children. all of us felt that we were the favorite. they made us feel that way. >> that's smart. that debate coming up later on. right now, a very different story. jodi arias getting her sentence life in prison. she made one last lea for mercy. ryan owens was there for all of it. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, george. jodi arias told the judge she's disgusted by hat she did. she's not the only one. that judge sentenced her to die in prison. her victim's family put it another way. in the pinstripes she'll have to
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wear for the rest of her life jodi arias hears these last words from her victim's sister. >> burn in hell. >> reporter: moments before the on vikted killer apologizing for the murder of her mormon boyfriend, travis alexander nearly seven years ago. >> i'm very sorry for the pain i have caused the people that loved travis. >> reporter: she begs for mercy. for the chance to get out of this arizona prison. out of this cell in 25 years. she gets neither. >> the defendant shall be incarcerated for the rest of her natural life with no possibility of parole. >> reporter: outside the court, dozens of spectators watch. >> yes! >> reporter: she's twice avoided death row. two trials two juries deadlocked on her sentence. dae fence that's cost tax payers almost zlr 3.5 million. >> i can't believe i was capable of doing something that term.
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i'm truly disgusted. >> reporter: more than does aen jurors sat back in the jury box to hear the judge's sentence. all wearing blue travis alexander's favorite color. they listened as his three sisters and aunt asked for and finally got some justice. >> she'll never, ever again have the opportunity to destroy more innocent lives like she did to us and to travis. >> reporter: arias' attorneys will appeal the sentence. but even jodi's mother says after she escaped death row twice, it's time for her to move on with what's left of her life. george? >> okay ryan. >> we appreciate it. now to the maryland couple who sparked a national conversation about being free-range parents. they're speaking out this morning, angry after their latest run-in with police who picked up their kids alone at park and held them for hours. david wright has that story.
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>> reporter: this morning, the parents of rafi and devorah meitiv are vowing to vindicate their paints. the kids aged 10 and 6, were picked up by police sunday three blocks from their house, as they walk d home unsupervised from a neighborhood playground. in maryland that's against the law. >> the people that say it's dangerous and the world is different have been watching too much tv. >> reporter: according to the meitivs, the kids stopped to pet a dog and the dog owner called 911. >> two kids unaccompanied, walking around for about 20 minutes. >> reporter: they were detained in the back of a cruiser for nearly three hours. then delivered them to child protective services which held them a further six hours. they said the kids were terrified. not allowed to return home until nearly midnight on a school night. maryland child protective
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services declined to comment on the case. but noted that protecting children is the agency's number one priority. >> cps has finally succeeded in making me terrified to let my kids out unsupervised because i'm afraid they'll take them away. >> reporter: this was at least the third encounter. earlier this year they were found guilty for unsubstantiate child neglect. the meitivs trust their kid and community. we must ask ourselves how we got to a point where a parent answer fear is that government firms will seize our children off the streets. for "good morning america," david wright abc news new york. >> that story sparks debate. not as much as the one about if you have a favorite child. since we have put that out there, boy.
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let's go ahto amy in the social square. >> pink is fighting back. she's known for her energetic physical performances like this one. pink's perfect fit if i steek is frequently on display. look at her. she looks amazing. this photo of pink attending a charity event got social media talking about her look. it accused her of being out of shape. well the so what singer responded with this tweet saying she felt beautiful and that her healthy, voluptuous body is craving time off. she shared this photo. her daughter asked, why are you squishy? she quotes her husband that it's more to love. take that. i think she looks fantastic in both pictures. you know what? it is all about being happy.
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>> absolutely. >> mm-hmm. let's go to ginger now. she's got the weather. >> let's start in washington state. tornadoes, hail, and damaging wind in the last 4 hours. this tornado picture, just west of seattle. is this normal? for this time of year nay have an average of two tornados in april. yes, it is relatively normal. this is the time of year you would have it. a storm moving through. much of the west all lit up with wind advisories warnings. the fire danger is high from minnesota to new mexico. that storm coming through. the rockies could show up >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. the breeze will chill the sunshine keeping the temperatures from the upper 50s at the coast and mid-to-upper 60s for the rest of us. the seven-day forecast shows record heat on thursday
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and "gma" is on the lookout. with wipt irr finally over it's the perfect time to start thinking about summer vacation. rebecca jarvis tells us how you can save big. ♪ >> reporter: you may just be settling back in from your spring break va kalgs. but right now is the time to start planning your big summer getaway. the cost of summer travel will be the best in years. making everything from road trips to euro escapes the cheapest trips ever. here's what you need to know. think about hitting the road. gasbuddy just released the new prediction that by summer gas prices could drop back around $2.35 a gallon. $1.35 less than last summer. is there that's about $20 you'll save at the pump. >> reporter: plan to see the world. the dollar is the strongest it's been in more than a decade.
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you can stretch it further. and that means you can go farther, too. head to paris in june you can buy 25% more croissants and au laits. >> international prices are down. >> reporter: let you credit card take you places. many companies offer bonus miles. if you spend a certain amount in the first three months. by july you could be on the way to your dream summer vacation. there is some bad news. air fair isre is not expected to get cheaper. the exchange rate won't make the prices lo >> reporter: for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis.
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coming up on "gma," actress kelly rutherford is speaking out in the bitter custody battle to get her kids back. and the battle for headphones. will tailor swift help apple take on jay z. it's a total redesign for samsung. super thin. light. dual edge design. just double tap to launch the camera in under a second. crazy screen resolution. and you can see message alerts even when it's face down. wider aperture lens that's great for low light. plug it in for ten minutes and they say you get, like four hours of battery. what? they're coming? ♪ (clattering, struggling)
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welcome back to "gma," everybody. the battle over the future of music is heating up. jay zrvegs is already in the game. but he's about to face some stiff competition from apple. abc's chris connelly has the story. ♪ >> reporter: from t. swizle. ♪ i'm just gonna shake shake shake shake ♪ >> reporter: to rihanna. ♪ now i'm four five seconds ♪ >> reporter: and madonna. ♪ maybe it was all too much too much for a man to take ♪ >> reporter: top stars taking sides in the online battle over which streaming service will attract most music lovers. >> streaming services is where all the kids are. >> reporter: apple's newly acquired beatz music.
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♪ bang bang into the room ♪ good morning, america. it's 8 owe ago a.m. what's the reason the world's highest paid supermodel is off the runway. gisele why these's ready to hang up those heels and head off the catwalk. and kelly rutherford is speaking out about her bitter custody battle. >> i know it's not right. everyone knows it's not right. >> her emotional interview about her final plea to get back her kids. ♪ this is going to be the best day of my life ♪ taking over times square the dogs that save lives. daisy, cassie the pups with a purpose and they're bringing love live.
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good morning, america. big crowd out in times square this tuesday morning. one guy needs a cup of coffee. >> me too. >> late night in the ballroom. big night. disney night. there was rumer willis channeling her inner villain eess ursula and demi and bruce cheering her on all the way. >> top of the leaderboard. doing well. speaking of star golf, as you know is in the headlines with jordan spieth winning the masters and an emerging golf star michael, you're outside with her. >> yes, i am. i'm here with 21-year-old mariah stackhouse. how are you? >> i'm great. how are you? >> i'm amazed. only african-american female golfer to qualify for the u.s. open and she tied one of tiger woods' course record when she was only a freshman in college.
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mariah what do you think my chances are of making this? >> slim to none. >> but as i putt this before we see if it goes in we'll throw it become to you in the studio to lara. come on baby. come on. >> oh my gosh. >> oh. >> man. >> oh! >> that would have been so good. >> thanks, mariah. >> mariah has opted to stay in college at stanford and jordan left college to go into the pros so it's really -- it's interesting how the decisions that you make. >> yeah, absolutely. >> my way of saying his name right, jordan instead of jason. my way of working it in. >> any chance you want to. also we're excited to show you our doggie cam, daisy and cassie, not just because i love dogs but they're doing great work. therapy dogs and help life --
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they help make life so much better for so many people and we're going to have more with them coming up later in the show. >> every time they are here. we get news from amy. we continue following the breaking news overseas. a major terror attack in somalia's capital targeting the ministry of education. gunmen stormed the building after a suicide car bombing. several people are feared dead. the attackers appear to be from the same al shabaab militant group that killed 150 people earlier this month at a college in neighboring kenya. back here at home hillary clinton holding her first campaign events in iowa today. she was spotted on her thousand-mile road trip monday ordering lunch at chipotle. in iowa she will be meeting with small groups of students teachers and business owners trying to appeal to the people she calls everyday americans. florida republican senator marco rubio kicking off his campaign for the white house with a traditional rally in miami. rubio played to his youth and to his roots in a working class immigrant family saying he is
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the candidate for the 21st century. we'll have more of georgia's interview with rubio coming up. and now to that bizarre emergency landing in seattle triggered by banging and screaming from the cargo hold of an alaska airlines flight. a terrified baggage handler who had fallen asleep on the job was trapped in the compartment just below the main cabin. the pilot was forced to turn back 14 minutes after takeoff. that man is okay this morning, thankful the cargo hold was pressurized. and more than 200 people have become sick on board two cruise ships heading for san diego. royal caribbean's "legend of the seas" arriving with 116 of the crew sickened from unknown causes and celebrity cruise liner appeared with 112 on board who contracted the norovirus. a warning for men who head to the gym who use musting building supplements. new study shows regular use of powders or pills could increase your risk of testicular cancer by as much as 65%.
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doctors acknowledge more research is needed to explain the link but they called the results troubling and said men who begin using muscle building supplements at an early age had a higher risk. asking celebrities to prom all the time but take a look at this special prom-posal. joy webb asked her grandpa to the prom. he didn't get to go to his high school prom back in the early '50s because he was serving in the korean war so there he is escorting his granddaughter in a horse drawn carriage and also his first time wearing a tuxedo. how is that for a lovely tuesday kicker? >> what a sweet girl. >> and what a sweet family. >> yes. >> really. >> thank you for that. >> i wonder what his moves were like. >> grandpa moves. >> yeah. thanks amy. "pop news" and weather coming but now michael over in the social square. >> now here's a look at what's ahead on the "gma morning menu"
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♪ it's 8:11 and time for "pop news," everybody. and we begin this morning with chris harrison, who has helped a lot of bachelors and bachelorettes become couples. if only for a short time. if you can't help them find love, maybe at least he can make them rich. he'll be the new host of "who wants to be a millionaire?" he'll take over from terry crews who is too busy with his very busy schedule. for the 14th season this fall, you know, he may need to phone a friend to answer this question.
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how will chris find time to host "the bachelor" and all of its spin-offs in l.a. and "millionaire" in new york. oh, and "miss america" in his spare time. throw that man a lifeline. >> are you volunteering? he's your buddy. >> he's my buddy. i'm not offering. but we wish you congratulations. congrats, chris. well deserved. terry, we know you'll be great in whatever it is you're up to next. next, the world's highest paid model, gisele bundchen announced she's hanging up her heels retiring from the runway. starting next week, she'll storm the runway for one more show. and, michael, i know you had a thought of why she might be retiring? >> yep, to help her husband learn how to throw a baseball. >> that is one theory. however, she tells a brazilian newspaper that it was her body that quote asked her to stop. the 34-year-old won't be disappearing from the fashion scene certainly, though. she says ending her catwalk career will allow her more time with her children and other projects. >> we have not heard the last. >> sounds like an athlete. my body said enough. >> enough is enough. and i do need to help my
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husband. >> husband. >> are you likening your body to that of gisele? >> in certain circles, people may consider me a gisele of male football players. >> that's true. >> and we'll find out when -- what is that movie? >> that was such an uncomfortable -- that was such an uncomfortable question, robin. >> i can't believe you answered that. >> i didn't know what to say. >> walk away. >> when "magic mike 2 xxl" comes this summer. >> maybe i should leave the set. >> no, no, no. no because, listen, this will help you sleep. when it comes to being soothed to sleep apparently all you need is ed sheeran. i love this song. spotify has released its list of the most popular bedtime songs aggregated by 2.8 million sleep themed play lists and sheeran's "thinking out loud" takes the number one spot. in fact, 7 of the top 20 songs are sung by ed, including the songs "the a team," "give me love," and
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"photograph," proving you snooze, ed doesn't lose. other songs to catch some zs include sam smith's "stay with me" and ellie goulding's "love me like you do." okay i won't sing it but that is a good song. did you hear how flat -- i cannot carry a tune. but i can deliver "pop news" and that is done. >> an especially energetic "pop news." thank you, lara. >> let's go to ginger. >> i found talented young ladies in town for a ballet competition. how were you doing that? show me the hands. oh. hers are so graceful. what's not graceful this morning? the storms in corpus christi, texas. that's where we're going to begin. we have an earth cam view. it's really, really stormy. the rain heavy at times. you can see the lightning. through there it is just nonstop. so that's likely waking you up a little early in south texas and that's where a pocket of flash flooding could be today. there are flood watches from there up into the ohio river valley. you can see new orleans is one of those target areas. four-plus inches. western north carolina.
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and just north of atlanta into the mountains. out west, it's the wind. the gusts up to 50, even 75 miles per hour. good morning, i am abc7 meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. total sunshine today. even faster breezes and dry air will keep our warmth in check. clear, calm and cool tonight and tomorrow and record highs on thursday and friday. today is like year upper 50s loan the cost and low 60 in san francisco and mid-to-upper 60s for the rest of us. low-to-upper 40s tonight. check out high as they peak thursday and >> these ladies are from every city in texas. you're from where? >> houston. >> austin. >> san antonio. >> i mean, we got them all covered. we did corpus christi earlier. happy birthday. your 65th. all right, let's get back inside. >> i was talking to them earlier.
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they have been friends for 40, 45 years. i was talking to them earlier. first up, "gossip girl" star kelly rutherford's passionate fight to get her children back. the star recently losing a court battle to her ex-husband who is living with their children in france. abc's linsey davis is here with much more on this. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, robin. yet another devastating setback for rutherford. who claims what she's going through is unprecedented, that no other u.s. court has ever ordered children to live in another country when they have an able parent right here in the united states. actress kelly rutherford's desperate request, asking a federal court to bring her children back to the united states, denied. >> i know it's not right. parents know it's -- everybody knows it's not right. >> reporter: rutherford has been embroiled in a six-year custody battle that she says spiraled out of control when a california judge sent her children to live in france with her german ex-husband, daniel giersch. the two are supposed to share custody of their 8 and 5-year-old children, but since her ex was refused
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re-entry to the united states after going abroad rutherford has had to fly to france to see her children. >> what makes this case so crazy there was no allegation that kelly was a bad parent. the heart of the ruling was basically saying we don't want to force these kids to fly around to visit their father who can't come into the united states so we're going to just move them to france. >> reporter: perhaps best known for her role on "gossip girl" she played an elegant mom that seemed 0 to have it altogether. >> i just got message that our kids are in some kind of trouble at school. >> reporter: offscreen, she's devastated. her daughter and son both born in the u.s. now living 6,000 miles away. how does it feel at this point? are you more frustrated or angry or sad? >> i can sit here and tell you how often i cry. i can tell you how it feels to leave my kids in a foreign country. to go see them after not seeing them for weeks on end. not being able to take them to school, pick them up from school, dress them, smell them,
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hug them. >> reporter: the expense of the ongoing legal battle leading rutherford to file for bankruptcy. most recently she was in federal court arguing her children's constitutional rights as u.s. citizens. but that court dismissed the case saying the children have not been deported. they retain their united states citizenship. and once they reach the age of majority they'll be free to choose where to reside. under such circumstances, it would plainly be improper for the federal courts to assume jurisdiction over the case. the california court had mandated that giersch needed to continue to apply for a visa so he could return to the states with the children. but the state department confirm confirms that has not happened. >> i think she has two options. null one go back to california, say, hey, california court, have your ruling enforced. and/or "b," make this political. have the state department get involved. have some leading political figures make a compelling argument that this is ridiculous. >> i told my son, i said, you know, mommy is still fighting
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for you. my children, not only were they taken away, but they were sent to a foreign country. i don't know how you even explain to someone what it feels like. >> when we asked for comment, giersch's lawyer told us daniel continues to protect the children from negativity and therefore will continue to not engage in any of these unfortunate and false media fabrications which only serve one person, but clearly not the children. rutherford maintains this is all about protecting her children and others. she's established an organization with that goal, that no other children will have to go through what hers are. not only is this story heartbreaking, it's hard to believe. >> it's hard to imagine. >> there's got to be a better solution. there's got to be. it is yahoo! your day time. everyone, this morning, we're tackling an issue a lot of parents are uncomfortable confronting. is it wrong to have a favorite child? what should you do if your kids think you do? abc's reena ninan has the story of one mommy blogger who has had
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trouble bonding with one of her kis and isn't afraid to talk about it. >> do you guys have favorite kids? >> reporter: when it comes to favoritism most parents try to remain neutral, like frankie on "the middle." >> honey, don't be ridiculous. parents love all their children infinitely. >> reporter: but for others, the decision is not always a hard one. >> i guess i would say axl. what? >> what do you think? >> reporter: 30-year-old mother of two lauren hartmann says her 3-year-old daughter is her favorite, writing in her blog, i don't feel guilty for having a favorite child, despite the immense love i have for both of my children, i couldn't help feeling like the bond with my daughter, my first born, was different, stronger. >> i definitely had those fears. my heart wouldn't have enough room to love another child. there's something so special about your first child. we really had a strong bond. which one goes with which? >> reporter: lauren admits when she first realized she was growing closer to her daughter, she initially felt ashamed.
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>> it feels awful to think, i have a favorite. it doesn't mean that i don't love my son just as much. i love them both. but i have had more time to get to know her and to develop that bond and my bond with my son is going to grow. >> pretty. >> reporter: though she may have a favorite today. >> oops. >> reporter: lauren says she knows at some point, the roles may change. >> i think that over the years, i'll probably just -- i'll probably connect with my children each in different ways. maybe during the teenage years when my daughter is maybe really challenging and emotional, i might find myself gravitating towards my son. relationships are ever changing. and i feel like children are no exception to that. >> reporter: for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> okay, that was one mom's story. we wanted to know what you thought about all this. we asked, is it okay to have a favorite child? 74% of you said no. 26% said yes.
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let's hear from lindsey powers. from yahoo!. welcome. >> hi, thanks for having me. >> what's your take? what's your experience been? >> so i think with this it kind of depends on where these kids are in their lives, right? this mom says she's gotten to know her child a little bit better. if a child is an age that you relate to more, you may find that they may be your quote/unquote favorite child but it may be different the next week. >> this is something that parents need to think about this. there was a study that suggests that the perception a parent has a favorite child can push them towards alcohol addiction, drug addiction. so advice to parents who are feeling this? >> yeah well i think perception is key, what you said because you want to make sure that one kid doesn't feel like their parent likes them more than the other. that can lead to issues. even, you know, sibling rivalry. the relationship with their parents. but it's important to take some time to make sure that each kid feels special. >> one-on-one time because, a lot of us, i have two daughters. you have to try to find things
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that you can share with each child separate from one another, yes? >> exactly. so each child feels like they have their time to shine. because if you have a kid that maybe has a baseball game one week that kid is kind of the star of the family. the next week, someone may have a ballet recital. even if they don't have an event, it's important to carve out that time. doesn't need to be expensive or doesn't need to be fancy. can be lunch. can be just a quick walk around the block. something my husband and i do with our son all the tiemme to make sure we have personal time with him. >> it's that quality time we've been talking about. >> great advice. >> thank you so much. next up in the "heat index" disney night on "dancing with the stars." lots of magic in the ballroom. but suzanne somers and her partner, tony, heading home. and abc's cameron mathison has all the buzz from the ballroom. ♪ >> reporter: a night filled with fantasy. the stars dancing to delightful disney musical numbers. >> you poor unfortunate soul ♪ >> reporter: actress/singer rumer willis channeling her
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inner ursula under the sea. earning three 10s. from the judges. >> you are a fantastic dancer. >> reporter: close behind, rocker riker lynch, his jack sparrow trying to steal the show with his pirate-themed paso doble. and olympic gymnast nastia liukin and partner derek hough playing it cool with their "frozen"-themed dance. ♪ the week was also filled with injuries. former "bachelor" chris soules showing us his herculean strength dancing with a pulled calf. and singer patti labelle. >> i just don't want it to be painful. i want you to be here. i don't want you to go home, you know what i mean? >> i want to be here. >> reporter: refusing to let an injured knee keep her from stunning the audience with her "wish upon a star" waltz.
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>> you have a presence and attitude beyond anything. >> reporter: for some couples, the night didn't end happily ever after. >> you were so out of step. >> reporter: and for suzanne somers and partner tony dovolani, it was time to be woken up from their fairy tale dream. >> suzanne and tony. >> reporter: the former "three's company" start sent home. ♪ hers and hers and his three's company too ♪ >> reporter: after an emotional week of rehearsals. >> i don't think i can stay with the show. >> this is the part where you have to say, you know what, i'm going to do as best as i can. >> reporter: and a few missteps on the dance floor. >> it's such a pity you had that hiccup because otherwise, that was without doubt your best dance. >> we had it nailed. then my heel got caught in my dress. so, that's life. that's competition. but it was a great, great dance. >> i thought you recovered beautifully, though. >> he was saying to me -- >> move. >> move so i was going like this then we caught up again. >> reporter: an uphill battle tony says the duo faced from the start. >> this competition is definitely not fair. you know and none of us expect it to be fair but they always
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say that they judge each person on its own merit. well they didn't judge us the right way. >> reporter: but in the end, the pair still thankful for the experience that they had. >> i think people forgot she's 68 because she looks so good. suzanne really worked so hard for me. i wouldn't change one thing. >> and i so loved this. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cameron mathison, abc news, los angeles. >> they had a really nice connection. >> tony's wonderful. tony's a wonderful partner. >> he sure is. a great, great guy. >> good job, suzanne. >> yes, exactly and don't miss all the action in the ballroom next monday on "dancing with the stars," 8:00 p.m. eastern 7:00 central. right here on abc. coming up, we've got puppies. "dancing with the stars" on "gma" is brought to you by auto trader. find your car your way at autotrader.
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good morning. i'm kristin ze. we have breaking news overnight in marin county. police are investigating what they call a crime of opportunity gone bad. a so-called good samaritan stopped to help a woman at the scene of a car crash in west marin. that man stole the woman's car and he led the police on a chase near center boulevard. officers took that man into custody. your morning commute. hopefully, it is going okay. leila? a little bit of a tough drive heading from highway 4 to the macarthur maze. traffic is slowly inching along, about 35 minutes. as we take you right over to the south bay, we have a new crash here blocking two lanes. northbound side of 280, highway
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85, plenty of red as you pull (mom) when our little girl was born we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru
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is where she grew up. what? (announcer) the 2015 subaru forester (girl) what? (announcer) built to be there for your family. love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. good morning. eight games into the season. first and last place are taking each other on. 57 to 53. it will be breezy at at&t park. dress warmly. temperatures in the mid to upper 40s in the north bay to around los gatos. rest of us in the low to mid-50s. slowly coming off our morning lows. gusty winds, 25-35 miles per
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hour over our open water. kicking up treat and grass pollen today. my acc ♪ ♪ we have sweet dogs. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's a madhouse out here. it's a madhouse. we have one amazing young woman who is with us golf prodigy mariah stackhouse breaking records, making headlines and crushing the competition. can't wait to chat with the superstar athlete on the rise. thank you very much. this hair's gotta last me. >> right when we walked outside. >> i know really but mariah, wonderful to see you. "glamour" magazine's top ten college women. >> she's so great. look who else is great. well, let's see. one right there. here are our favorite therapy dogs right now cassie and daisy. see those little cameras on their back. we'll get their view of what's going on today and these guys do
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such good, good work for so many. oh, so nice. >> we're going home with you. >> i think i got another one. lara, save me. >> this is mine. we have to share because they do such great work for so many people. so welcome to "gma." and right now, we want to talk to you about tipping. from taxis to restaurants, technology has made it easier than ever to tip. but not necessarily easier on your wallet, so what should you give a waiter versus a cab driver? you know who knows? nick watt. >> reporter: buy a $3 coffee these days and prepare for this. one, two, or three-buck tip options. that's 33 66 or 100%. take the new york city cab and the lowest option offered is 20%. i always thought 0% was the top end of the scale. what we're expected to tip is going up.
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>> yes, it is. absolutely. the new norm is now 18% to 20%. >> there you go. >> reporter: for a smile,2% at least. these machines pay by ipad are largely the reason. look closely and there is a customize tip option. sit okay to go for the manual option and go cheaper? >> absolutely. you're not held hostage. but the thing is you're going to have to stand there, hit the other, calculate it yourself and put it in. all along, everybody is staring at you. >> i don't think you should be embarrassed into tipping somebody. >> reporter: christina is the chief concierge in beverly hills. food 20% standard. car valley $2 to billion hop three bucks a bag. barista, $3 coffee what are we talking? >> i don't think i have tipped
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the barista. >> reporter: oh yeah brave now have use the customized tip option. you're going look like a cheapskate. >> perception is reality. >> reporter: you've almost got to go for 25. nick watt abc news los angeles. right now, to ginger with a final check on the weather. >> everybody wants the rain to go away this morning. it will. we'll see drying out. let's start with washington, d.c. also some rain this morning. and we're going the take you to the rpm. one of our computer models. 62 for d.c. looking in the afternoon and evening for the drying to come from the north and west. 6for buffalo. so warm in western new york yesterday. upper 70s to close to 80. quite a bit cooler. 90-plus in orlando and new >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. the breeze will chill the sunshine keeping the temperatures from the upper 50s at the coast and
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mid-to-upper 60s for the rest of us. the seven-day forecast shows record heat on thursday >> all that weather brought to you by activia. we're so happy to have the stars behind our doggie cams here this morning, daisy and cassie. they're part of a program called paws for patient. in honor of national vol. tier week. evelyn is here. she's brought these amazing pet therapy pups. sometimes you need puppy love. >> absolutely. >> so good to have you here. tell us about the program. they help patients. how does it work. now that we have the cameras, we're able to see. >> sure sure sure. we have the pleasure of having these two dogs with us today. how does it work in they're qualified therapy dogs. they're able to come in and visit our patients. they're able to bring joy and
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excitement to a patient's day, when sometimes it's not exciting. >> i thought about my dog doing this. how do you pick the dogs? >> they need to be qualified. there are accreditation organize any stations. they have to asoesz their demeanor. a good temperament. not all dogs are good therapy dogs. once they pass the program, they can be qualified as a therapy dog. >> i know that they're cute. because they're lovely to look at. how are they kind of like doctors. that was something someone said. >> they too, do their rounds in the morning or afternoon. they do our very mindful of our hand hygiene and infection controls. hand washing before and after the visits is extremely important. >> they do hand washing. then i can get a paw, right?
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can i get a paw? all right. that is a washed hand, my friends. george i might be stealing your puppy. >> thank you. i'm here with our friend cokie roberts. she's got a new book out today called "capital dames." cokie, great to have you back. i want to talk about the book in a minute. i gotta talk to you about hillary. >> speaking of powerful women. >> trying to do it in a different, low-key way. >> she's kind of running against herself. her own last campaign and -- who america thinks she is. and our crack pollster here at abc has put out research that shows a woman who is strong and powerful is not seen as friendly and empathetic. here we are in 2015 and we still have to deal with that. so that's what she's doing. trying to show people how she's a warm and friendly person. i think we'll see a lot of that baby. >> the grandbaby is one new
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thing. last time she had a didn't theory. she was going to be the strong woman. >> she was afraid people would think a woman was too weak to have her hand on the button or the red telephone in the night. now she's selling wisdom which is a good thing in an old woman. >> it's a good thing. you write about the civil war era. how an entire population of men were out fighting the war and women had to come into the forefront in a different way, especially if washingtonn washington. >> they were happy to do it. they were deeply deeply political women. they were strong for their fathers, husbands brothers. those men were gone. or they disagreed with them. or they had to play roles supporting them. so they became on the the political scene themselves. >> i love the title, "capital
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dames." of all of them which is the one you would love to sit down? >> i have to admit, the southern women were more fun. verena davis, jefferson davis' wife was the greatest conversationalist. she moved to new york in the end. became good presents with julia grant, the wife of grant, understanding she was ding reconciliation. she was a great conversationalist. everybody wrote about that. what's so neat, george is i was able to read all their mail. >> they can't delete the e-mails. >> no personal servers. i know what they said about each other. they liked her a lot. >> and we have seen the role we think of the role of first lady as evolving over time. first ladies taking on more issues. mary todd linking, she was not afraid to put her stamp on issues either. >> she was not.
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they didn't like her a lot. she was not a well-liked person. she was a i kuzed of leaking the president's state of the union message and lincoln had to go the capitol hill and say please don't speenubpoena my wife. >> you had a strong role model, your mom, started out behind the scenes. helping your father. also became -- >> this is her swearing in as the ambassador to the vatican. she was a congresswoman for nine terms. a long time. almost 20 years. she used her power to help other women and children. and had spent her years as a congressional wife making sure that african-americans had equal rights. she inspired me to learn about the women. >> another great capital dame. great to see you again.
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>> thank you, george. when we come back, the woman who could be the next tiger woods, mariah stackhouse already matching his
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mariah stackhouse has been showing us how it's done all morning long. she's been ruling the putt putt course. she's the 21-year-old golf prodigy from stanford university and one of "glamour's" top ten women. she's the youngest african-american woman to qualify for the u.s. open. please welcome mariah to times square. >> she's always one of the nicest. >> thank you. >> i love you have achieved so much. i love the curtis cup, how you were able to help team usa in a victory over great britain. that had to be very special. >> it was one of the most special moments of my life. one of the most historical competitions in golf. i've been playing with those girls since i was little. now we get a chance to come together and represent america
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and defend the cup. it was so much fun. >> it's wonderful to see. you were 2 years old when your dad started taking you to the driving range. started playing when you were 6. won the georgia women's amateur at 14. come on. >> it's been a dream ride. my dad's been so great. pi parents have been so supportive. my dad never forced me to do it. i have blossomed in the game. it's taken me to amazing places. i've met amazing people. got me to stanford. it's just been quite a journey. >> look how grateful she is. so nice to see someone so appreciative. so talented. you have so much ahead of you. >> and she's majoring in communications. she'll be taking one of our jobs. >> i think it's great your parents let you find the love for the game. i'm sure they saw you were excellent. but they said, you know what? unless you have that within you,
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you won't get to your level. >> they always told me to remember you're never going to be just a golfer. never make that your whole world because they want me to be a well-rounded person and be great all around. it was always my decision. at the end of every year my dad would make me take three to four weeks off. decide reflect. see if i want to continue playing. >> you have good parents. >> i do. >> you had decided to stay in school. we saw jordan spieth he winning the masters is great, he left school. 21 years old, winning the masters like this. you have said you're going to slow your roll a little bit. you'll let it come in time? >> absolutely. i value my education. i was so blessed to get into stanford. i want to get that degree and learn from my peers, not just take the classes. i wouldn't trade i had for the world. >> i think we can learn something from you. >> can i just clone you now? show us your skills. >> we have a hazard. >> all right, all right.
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you don't usually golf in this attire. >> not in heels. >> over the hill. oh oh come on. >> that was right on line. >> a little too hard. >> yeah yeah yeah. have you all done it? >> i'm a caddie. >> you're a caddie? how was last night with "glamour" magazine? >> it was great. they arranged a panel for us in the audience. it was about focusing on how to land your dream job in 2015. they gave us advice on how to target your interests. focus on your passions. one of the things i took away was there was a question asked about, your options and your interests. and limiting them. it said focus on one thing, but you can do so many things. women don't have to have one career in their lifetime. you can have 15 at any given moment. i took that away.
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if you have a passion, chase it. >> amen! >> no rule that you can only have one career. >> many like that. somewhat your ten-year plan? >> in ten years, i hope to be the best on the lpga and competing. that's in my ten-year goal. >> my money's on you. >> i don't know. you know -- stand like this? >> i mean honestly. >> if the windmill is not going, or the clown's mouth, i'm not good. i don't know what i'm doing here. >> gentle putt. >> i was trying to bang it a little bit there. >> well done. >> yeah yeah yeah. mariah you are a breath of fresh air. congratulations on all your success. we have the trophy, gary, the trophy. >> add another award to your collection. >> until you win on the lpga tour this is good. the spray paint is still
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wet. >> we want to say thanks for the putt putt course. coming up, more of george's interview with marco rubio, the senator and his wife opening up about their marriage family and faith. i gotta take another shot.
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presidential cam prans often family affairs. especially when the candidate has four kids under the age of 16. just before he launched his run yesterday, marco rubio and his wife jeanette sat down to talk to me about his family's decision. are you ready for all this? >> yes. yes, i am. >> reporter: excited?
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>> exciting. overwhelming. >> reporter: they are high school sweethearts. did he -- was he smooth? is that a no? >> well um -- >> i was funny. >> he was funny. that he was. he definitely charmed me with humor. >> reporter: you took your time. seven years of courting. ? we did. >> i couldn't afford to get married. i was still a student. as soon as i got out of law school i proposed. valentine's day 1997. >> reporter: empire state building in new york. you loved sleepless in seattle. >> i did. i loved that movie. >> shall we? >> reporter: did you ever imagine he would run for president one day? >> no. people talk about it when they're young. you say, i would like to do this. i wish i could do that. i never thought it would come to this. >> reporter: pro football another shared bond. i read his real sunday
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top of being catholic is the dolphins. >> yes. >> reporter: the only one on the field is you. >> yes. >> reporter: a short stint as a dolphins cheerleader. they want their kids to stay grounded. what can you tell us about the family meeting when the final decision was made? >> oh my gosh. the kids the young ones excited. >> reporter: the way it works in our house, we talk about things at the kitchen table, at dinner. one of my daughters pulls my wife aside afterwards and gives her the real story. did you get the real story afterwards? >> i did. i did. my daughter my amanda mom, what's going to happen? am i going to be able to go to parties? able to do regular things that kids do? >> reporter: i get it. president obama had to promise his kids a dog after the campaign. >> they already have a dog. >> reporter: they already have a dog. have you had to promise them
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anything? >> we heard early on in the time many in white house, you get a bill for ice cream and pizza. >> once the kids heard that daniella said we want that. >> reporter: the perks of office. >> but you to pay for it. >> reporter: you have to pay for it. thank you for having us. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> not a bad reward for the kids. a perfect shot on the putt putt course. >> that's the word on the street. after four five
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wow. sweet new subaru, huh mitch? yep. you're selling the mitchmobile!? man, we had a lot of good times in this baby. what's your dad want for it? ..like a hundred and fifty grand, two hundred if they want that tape deck. you're not going to tell your dad about the time my hamster had babies in the backseat, are you?! that's just normal wear and tear, dude. (vo) subaru has the highest resale value of any brand... ...according to kelley blue book ...and mitch.
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love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. pressure was on. >> it was. >> oh! >> there it is. back of the hole. robin roberts. >> i did call the bank shot right? i have officially retired. have a great day, everybody.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. hold on to your hat. a breezy one out there. let's talk to mike up to 30 miles an hour over open water. it will continue into the afternoon, 20-25 over land. 68 bodega bay. 62 san francisco. the rest of us in the mid to upper 60s. if you are going to the game a little chilly upper to mid-50s. with the breeze, cooler than that. accuweather, seven-day forecast i put together for you. look how much warmer. about 10-20 degrees by friday. leyla? a bit of a head wind here if you are traveling through. we have sig alert. northbound side of 688. four lanes are blocked. san ramon valley boulevard would be your best alternate. the drive on 280 is terrible. more than an hour an a half to
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head from highway 101 to highway 85. announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, broadway and television star matthew morrison and from the hit drama "ncis," actress pauley perrette. plus from "dancing with the stars," suzanne somers and tony dovolani. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] ♪ now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪

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