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good morning, america. new overnight, donald trump fighting back. tossing the teleprompter and lashing out as more women accuse him of sexual misconduct. >> he then grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me. >> trump says none of it is true. >> i am a victim. plus, the latest on hillary clinton's ongoing e-mail saga. the questions she was forced to answer. extreme weather. several rare tornadoes tearing through coastal oregon. >> whoa. >> blowing up transformers. over 100 homes damaged. >> it's just like a bomb went off. >> now, seattle is in the bull's-eye bracing for a once in a decade storm. flight plan. the department of transportation taking action, no samsung galaxy note 7s allowed on planes.
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hazardous material after fears they could explode. the stiff penalties you will face if you do not cooperate. and dramatic rescue. >> you gotta come out. you gotta, you gotta. >> bystanders plunging into a pond to save a woman who's trapped in her sinking car. the race against time as the car is submerged. >> there she is. >> helping her swim to shore. one of the heroes speaking out this morning. good saturday morning. i want to thank you for joining us. and we want to get right to our top story. donald trump firing back at his accusers criticizing the women alleging sexual misconduct for their looks as well as their motives. >> there he is overnight in charlotte, north carolina, surrounded by female supporters who took the stage to defend their candidate. >> but trump, as we know, is quite capable and comfortable with defending himself. he's now blaming a conspiracy which involves the clinton campaign, the media, as well as
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growing scandal. >> and the scandal is most certainly growing. as we come on the air this morning, two more women have come forward to allege that trump made unwanted sexual advances. we're going to kick things off with abc's mary bruce who is in our washington bureau. mary, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. well, donald trump this morning says he is the victim here. he's denouncing his accusers, blasting the media for reporting the allegations and saying this may poison the minds of the american voter. >> i actually like my speech better without teleprompters. >> reporter: this morning, donald trump is off prompter. >> it doesn't work. that means the company doing the teleprompter is in the back. that means they didn't do a good job, so i won't pay them. >> reporter: and in full attack mode. >> it's a total setup. >> reporter: trump stepping up his denial of sexual misconduct allegations. >> i am a victim of one of the great political smear campaigns in the history of our country.
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his accusers' motives. >> for personal fame, who knows, maybe for financial reasons, political purposes. >> reporter: and going after their looks. >> you take a look, look at her, believe me, she would not be my first choice, that i can tell you. man. >> reporter: this as two more women come forward, kristin anderson tells "the washington post" in the '90s she was sitting on a couch at a trendy new york nightclub when -- >> the person on my unbeknownst to me at that time was donald trump, put their hand up my skirt. >> reporter: she says trump did to her what he bragged about on that 2005 tape. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. you can do anything. >> that explains it. that's explain what happened to me. >> reporter: but trump said it never happened calling the allegations totally ridiculous. >> one came out recently where i was sitting alone in some club. i really don't sit alone that
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i was sitting alone by myself like this, and then i went, wah. >> reporter: also accusing trump, summer zervos, a former contestant on "the apprentice." >> he then grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me again very aggressively and placed his hand on my breast. >> reporter: in a statement trump said, "i vaguely remember ms. zervos. to be clear i never met her at a hotel or greeted her inappropriately a decade ago." now, late last night the trump issued a statent named john barry who they say is zervos' cousin. in a statement says he is shocked and bewildered saying ever since she was on "the apprentice" she said nothing but glowing things about mr. trump. abc did not reach mr. barry to confirm his statements or his afillation with the campaign. >> trump's running mate mike pence went on tv saying the campaign would present evidence within hours to disprove these mounting claims. have we seen anything? >> reporter: well, this morning we are still waiting for that
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proof coming out to refute these women's claims and back up trump's denial. so stay tuned. paula. >> all right, mary, thank you. also overnight, hillary clinton weighed in on what she calls trump's mistreatment of women. all of this as her campaign is facing a fresh batch of hacked e-mails dropped by wikileaks and abc's devin dwyer joins us from our washington bureau with more. good morning, devin. >> reporter: good morning, paula. hillary clinton said overnight she gets no satisfaction from the controverssu donald trump, but as she prepares now for the third debate, her team says she won't shy away from those accusations of sexual assault. this morning, hillary clinton taking donald trump to task over those sordid headlines prompted by his many women accusers. >> the whole world has heard how donald trump brags about
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donald trump will stop being on the news every single day. >> reporter: at a seattle fund-raiser clinton lashing out at trump and his new strategy of scorched earth attacks. clinton getting some help from her top surrogate, president obama. on the road in ohio friday, he unleashed on trump. >> and he figures that if he makes our politics just toxic then maybe you'll just figure out you got no good choices and you just get discouraged and you just d't >> reporter: the president laying out the stakes in stark terms. >> equality is on the ballot. kindness is on the ballot. democracy itself is on the ballot right thought. >> reporter: meanwhile, clinton answering new questions under oath about her private e-mail server. her team submitting written answers in a lawsuit filed by the conservative group judicial watch.
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decision to use private e-mail, clinton answered 20 different times with a variation of do not recall. >> the thing that you should be apologizing for are the 33,000 e-mails that you deleted. >> all right, devin, i want to ask you, wikileaks has claimed that they have 50,000 e-mails from the clinton campaign. so far they've released roughly 11,000, so when will they be releasing more, and what can we expect? >> reporter: paula, wikileaks says they plan to release thousands of pages of these e-mails every day up till the election. now, keep in mind these are e-mails from clinton campaign manager john podesta's hacked ac so far no bombshell in here, but they do reveal some insensitive language towards catholics and latinos. some reveal the calculated, highly calculated inner workings of the campaign. now, the clinton team says they're not confirming the authenticity of any of these messages. they claim russia is behind them to help donald trump. paula and dan. >> all right. 24 more days of this, devin, thank you. and for analysis we want to bring in abc news political contributor kristen soltis anderson, who joins us from
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>> good morning. >> so first and foremost, trump is saying that this is all a conspiracy, a coordinated effort between the media, the clinton campaign, as well as foreign governments. but is that even possible? >> donald trump is certainly choosing to call out a number of different groups that voters really don't trust, whether it's the media, whether it's foreign corporations or governments and whether it's the clinton campaign, it's easy for donald trump to kind of pit himself against these things that people don't like. whether it's coordination, i think it's much mo l this is what in campaign world we know as an oppo dump, opposition research, something where one campaign digs up dirt on the opponent and then feeds it strategically to different media outlets, so on wednesday night when these allegations really began to come out in full, you saw media outlets across the country, print and online and tv, you saw folks in local markets that are key to this election all running with the story, it's not necessarily a conspiracy, but it certainly is well coordinated by the clinton campaign.
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donald trump's alleged sexual misconduct wasn't dominating the news, these wikileaks e-mail dumps from hillary clinton's campaign chief would be the top story. so, i'm just -- as a pollster in the current environment, are these leaks even making a dent in your mind? >> the reason these wouldn't make a dent is because already they're confirming what many voters believe about hillary clinton. we've seen in polls for the last over a year that people don't necessarily trust her, that they think that she holds different positions behind closed doors. the things in here that might be of insulting comments about catholics, about latinos, things like that, groups that the clinton campaign would like to hang on to in this election but for the most part when it comes to behind-the-scenes e-mails versus allegations of sexual misconduct, one certainly is going to get more attention than the other, so i suspect this is unlikely to make a big headline unless we see something that really changes people's perception of hillary clinton. >> and, kristen, as a pollster we know that those "access hollywood" tapes were really
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consequences so far of these sexual assault allegations on trump? >> before all of this came out, donald trump tended to be at about 42% in most polling averages. if he was going up or down, against hillary clinton, it was mostly because hillary clinton's numbers were moving. we've now in the last couple of days seen at least two major national polls come out with donald trump only at 38% of the vote meaning it's not just that he's losing these independents or swing voters, but he's also bleeding from his of supporters. that's going to make it much harder for him to put together the 270 electoral votes to become president. >> excellent insight, kristen. thanks for joining us from washington. 24 more days until the election but four more until the final presidential debate and that's wednesday night. abc's chief anchor george stephanopoulos will be leading our live with our entire political team right here starting at 9:00 eastern. dan. >> that's twice you mentioned 24 days. somebody may be ready for this thing to be over. we're going to move on now, though, to the other developing
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pounding the pacific northwest spawning at least two tornadoes in oregon damaging more than 100 homes, and it could get even worse today. rob is all over the story this morning. rob, good morning to you. >> good morning, dan. just surreal video watching that waterspout come onshore in oregon, ef-2 with winds to potentially 130 miles an hour. only four times since 1950 has the state of oregon seen a tornado greater than an ef-1. and this is the damage it did. the mayor of manzanita declaring a state of emergency, several homes and businesses completely destroyed and, as you mentioned, over 100 homes seeing some sort of damage. also over 100,000 people at one point without power as seattle got hit with this thing as well just plowing into british columbia and the intermountain west and now storm number two, this is an old typhoon, but it's going to regenerate and starting to strengthen now and the track of this is key is to how strong the winds get but we're pretty confident at this point that the
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plus winds and then from portland to seattle we could very well see damaging winds in excess of 50 or 60 miles an hour and another 12 inches on top of the rainfall, the record rainfall that they saw during the day yesterday. a number of watches and warnings out including a hurricane-force wind warning, the east coast still reeling from hurricane matthew a week ago and some spots, the hardest spot in north carolina with the inland flooding, the waters are still rising there today. phillip mena is live for us in kinston, north carolina. good morning, phillip. >> reporter: rob, good morning. hard to believe but parts of this area were actually dry yesterday. matthew now rushing in from all directions, and it's quickly turning the heart of this town into an island. this morning, part of north carolina preparing for the worst. new floodwaters now forcing kinston residents to evacuate homes and businesses one week after matthew hit. several waterways now converging on the neuse river rising to record levels in a matter of hours. in nearby princeville over 80%
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>> that's mine down here. >> reporter: all the way down there? >> uh-huh. >> reporter: kim kilpatrick can only watch helplessly as her home of 18 years is nearly swallowed by the river, now 20 feet higher than normal. >> i guess i'm trying to numb myself. i don't have any more tears. >> reporter: the rising waters fueled in part by the over 18 inches of rain dumped by matthew. the storm's death toll now rising to 45 in the u.s. 24 in north carolina. residents hoping they don't lose everything. >> i'm praying that we will be able to come back home because this is our family home. this is where my father and mother raised their children. >> reporter: this is one of the poorest areas of the country. the mayor here telling me that it took them a decade to recover from hurricane floyd and, unfortunately, paula, the flooding this time is even worse. >> oh, that resident saying she had no more tears.
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phillip. thank you. we want to move now to an emergency order from the transportation department. beginning at noon eastern today, the galaxy note 7s will be banned from all u.s. flights because of their potential to ignite or even explode. now, the faa is threatening to confiscate any phones if they find and keep you off that flight. and adrienne bankert is at l.a.x. for us this morning with more on this ban. adrienne, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, paula. yes, you know, the signs are already lit up here at this tsa security checkpoint, not only here but all across the country that nationwide ban, as you mentioned, starts today, so if you have the samsung galaxy note 7 on you, you'll either have to ditch your phone or lose your seat on your plane. new overnight, abc news confirming southwest is joining delta and two other major airlines in placing fireproof bags on its flights. bags like this one designed to contain an explosion caused by a burning phone aimed at
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smoking samsung galaxy note 7 on a baltimore bound southwest flight last week. this is the latest headline in what is the largest recall in cell phone history and some flyers are feeling uneasy. >> my first time on a plane, i'm panicking, freaking out. >> reporter: meanwhile, federal authorities enforcing an emergency order banning samsung galaxy note 7s on board aircraft and passengers caught with the phone, they'll be denied boarding. >> this is a small price to pay for safety. we cannot have these phones bursting into flames on flights. >> reporter: the department of transportation issuing a stern statement saying passengers who attempt to evade the ban by packing their phone in checked luggage are increasing the risk of a catastrophic incident. the question is, how difficult will enforcing the new ban be? >> this is a safety factor and really we don't have any choice. >> reporter: those failing to cooperate with the new rules could be criminally prosecuted and face fines of nearly
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already had those bright red fire resistant bags on their flight months before the samsung galaxy note 7 recalls, however, recent incidents with those lithium ion batteries overheating causing major concerns has added urgency to getting more of those bags on board. dan and paula. >> yeah, that ban beginning at 12:00 eastern. adrienne, thank you. >> i feel like we haven't heard enough from rob marciano so far this morning. >> we never hear enough from rob. >> what else is going on in the weather department? >> wildfires, as a matter of fact. we'll take you out west to just north of reno, nevada, where there is one cranking there and did damage to over 20 homes burned, unfortunately. it's a small fire, relatively speaking, but 2,000 acres, with zero containment at this point, and we've got more winds that are coming in today in advance of this next system that we just spoke about about five minutes ago, so we have high wind warnings and watches posted all the way into the sierras which includes reno and that fire.
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there and when the winds gust maybe 40 miles an hour in san francisco and, of course, we mentioned the center of that low probably going to the puget sound area and will really crank the winds along the coast there. in the east, beautiful but crisp morning. we have freeze warnings and frost advisories this morning and in some cases we'll see a rebound of the temperatures to near 80 degrees in detroit, new york city and d.c., indian summerlike warmth. >> and those storm systems impacting the pacific northwest. we're waking u across the high country. here is a view. the i-17 great if you want to head up to the high country for the weekend. all clear for your drive there. all clear in the valley. our live view showing you that sunshine. abundant sunshine we will see through the day today. nice and cool at and, yes, we have more weather coming up in about 10 to 15 minutes, and ron is looking
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>> that's a lot of rob marciano. >> i know. >> could you just hand the baton off to ron right now. >> there you go right there, my bic pen. >> thank you. >> i've had it. >> good morning to you, rob and the rest of the gang. good morning, everyone. we begin with breaking news, the u.s.-backed saudi arabian led coalition is claiming responsibility for that bombing at a funeral in yemen last weekend that killed more than 150 people. a saudi arabian investigation concluding that coalition jets bombed the funeral after receiving wrong information. it also said that it failed to follow proper procedures to make sure that the target was not civilian. and back here in the u.s. an alleged terror plot foiled in garden city, kansas. federal authorities arresting three men they say were plotting to bomb an apartment complex and also a mosque used by somali immigrants. the suspects, curtis allen, patrick stein and gavin wright, all members of a small militia group.
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terrorism which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison. prosecutors say the attack was planned for the day after the november election. and a setback for the families of the victims of the 2012 newtown, connecticut, school massacre. the connecticut judge dismissing their wrongful death lawsuit that they filed against remington arms, the company that made the rifle used by adam lanza to kill 20 students and 6 adults at sandy hook elementary school. the judge saying federal law shields gun manufacturers from liability for the criminal use of their products. and a set of 1-yr- boys born conjoined at the head, they are waking up in separate beds this morning for the first time. doctors at a new york city hospital performing the surgery to separate jadon and anias mcdonald. on friday the operation took more than 20 hours and required a team of 40 medical experts. doctors saying that the boys still face a long road to recovery. honda is recalling more than 350,000 of its new 2016 civics because of a parking brake defect.
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the vehicle's electric brake may not work when the engine is turned off, which could lead to the car rolling away. honda saying it hasn't received any reports though actual accidents caused by that problem. the defect can be fixed with a software update. and finally a police officer in south bend, indiana, taking his love of "star wars" like dan to the streets. his name is officer paul strabavy. lightsabers, i'm not sure armed is the right word, to help him direct traffic. the jedi officer is also known for putting on colorful shows for young people and older people waiting to cross the street. >> i think you should do the newscast like that, dan. just saying. step it up, man. >> dan should do that. >> it was be one more way to get my child to admire me. >> are you that proficient with a lightsaber? >> no, i am not. i admire his proficiency, however, i cannot do that. >> we make it clear. >> i'm going to work on it. next weekend i'll bring my "a" game. coming up on "gma" this
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this is incredible. a woman trapped in that car right there which is sinking into a pond. the strangers who leapt in to save her. you're going to see their work and hear from them including what they were telling her as that car was going down. plus, he is known as baby buns, and we have the incredible story of this couple. they're sharing their joy as their miracle baby finally comes home from the hospital nearly a year after he was born. rachel is going to have this remarkable story. we're right back with it. ? tell me what did i do wrong ? "good morning america" is brought to you by cigna, together a ? because baby love my baby love ? i never went to college. (scream) i don't do blood. but now, thanks to cigna, i can do more than just look the part. is that a foot? we are the tv doctors of america. and we're partnering with cigna to help save lives. by getting you to a real doctor for an annual check-up. so go, know, and take control of your health. doctor poses.
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>> good saturday morning. i'm meteorologist iris hermosillo. thanks for waking up with us this morn. if you're heading outside to take advantage of the cool temperatures, the allergens are in the moderate range. otherwise enjoy the cool
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phoenix. we have 60s across the valley this morning. we will have a gradual warm-up today. we will still be in the 80s by 10:00. by lunch, 89 degrees. those 90s set in this afternoon. with today's high up to 95. back above average. so we are going to be -- we are going to feel rather a warm afternoon across the valley. across the state, waking up to temperatures in the 50s and 60s along the rim. 40s in flagstaff. by this afternoon, high temperatures in the 70s and across northern arizona.
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hey, welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. happening right now, donald trump is firing back hurling personal insults at his accusers as more women come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct. two on friday, in fact. meanwhile, hillary clinton is dealing with wikileaks releasing another batch of hacked e-mails, hacked e-mails from her campaign. also right now, france remembers. president francois hollande leading a national ceremony in niece marking three months since an islamic extremist plowed his truck through the crowds celebrating bastille day which killed 86 people. the nixon library opening again after a year-long renovation closed it to the public. the library is complete with an exact replica of nixon's oval office.
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and said, it's just like old times. and apparently it's quite interactive. there's a gallery right there that can take you through the watergate scandal and you can sit in the oval office and take photos on the couch or behind the desk and feel like el presidente. >> you can delete entire minutes of conversations on the tape-recorder. do it all yourself. >> i don't think that's part of it. >> right. i'm going to be in trouble now. coming up this morning, a story that's got us all talking. the little boy known as baby buns home from the hospital this morning almost after he was born. his parents over the moon and sharing the latest on their long journey. >> oh. >> to add another member to their family. this is an incredible story. rachel is going to have that coming up in a few minutes. >> yep, that's right. but first here, incredible video, a rescue caught on camera. >> bystanders rushed into these cold waters of a pond in massachusetts all to save a woman who was trapped in her car. you can see that car sinking and marci gonzalez joins us with more. good morning, marci. >> reporter: good morning, paula and dan. we're told the driver was trying to park near that pond but
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of the brakes, and had a few bystanders not jumped right in, police say there is little chance she would have survived. >> you gotta come out. you gotta come out. you gotta -- >> reporter: this morning this dramatic video underscoring just how lucky the driver of this suv is to be alive. >> help! >> reporter: you can hear the screaming and commotion after the vehicle accidentally plunged into this pond in arlington, massachusetts, friday afternoon. >> was there just one person in there? >> reporter: a b immediately jumped into the deep, cold water calling out instructions to the 68-year-old woman trapped inside the vehicle. >> go to your back window. >> making it to the suv just in time. >> i could see somebody in the driver's seat, and they were pounding on the passenger window. >> reporter: you see the good samaritan open the vehicle's door to help the woman out and within seconds the suv goes under.
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i lost her. >> reporter: the items from inside rushing to the surface. but no sign of the driver until -- >> there she is. >> reporter: the woman gasping for breath as dan frasier swims out to help. >> hold on to this. hold on. grab on. >> reporter: reassuring the woman. >> no, you're not. you're not dying. >> reporter: bringing her to safety on the shore. >> we just saw this woman struggling. we were able to help her in this really, really urgent time of need. >> a couple seconds later and we'd be having a different conversation right now, no question about it. it's just an extraordinary act of courage and heroism. >> and first responders were there within seconds to help her out of the water and get her to a hospital where we're told she was last listed in good condition being treated for mild hypothermia and expected to be okay. >> incredible story. >> absolutely. can you imagine? >> more proof that people from massachusetts are valiant. >> says the massachusetts native.
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>> i think people from connecticut are just as valiant. >> absolutely. that's rob marciano, right, from somewhere in connecticut. greenwich, connecticut. yeah, there it is. >> nice work. we take you to portland, oregon, my second home, spent a lot of time there. yesterday had record rainfall. 2 to 3 inches of it falling in some of it, the small streams overflowing and, you know, the leaves getting in the storm drains and people got stranded because of it. also, high school football, corvallis, look at this coming down in sheets. forest grove playing crescent city yesterday and the game went on. i think forest grove won or crescent city? anyway, just congratulations to both of them, all right. for getting through that torrential downpour. all right. the reason it's raining so much, we've got an atmospheric river set up meaning across nearly the entire pacific. a very dense stream of moisture in some cases tapping some of the tropics, and we're going to see a lot more rain with this next system coming in. hopefully this is a case where the opening act is worse than the second act but right now we
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later on this afternoon is going to be damaging, not with >> those strong storm systems will stay well to our north. dry weather across our state. clear skies in the valley right now. temperatures starting out in the upper 60s. we're this weathercast brought to you by lowe's. this just in, crescent valley won because -- against forest grove, which i know you were very concerned about. >> i was very concerned. i didn't know if you were going with the whole parent approach that everyone wins. >> might get a little bit of rain in the ohio state/wisconsin game tonight. but it shouldn't be like what we just saw. >> any rain getting down to california where they need it? >> not in southern california. northern california. >> any other questions for rob? rachel, dan? >> i think i'm good. >> i didn't know this was going to be an open q&a session. where did you get that tie, man? great tie. coming up here on "gma," the big news for the baby who's been
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? baby love ? ? baby love ? wow. >> ooh. look at that. big news this morning for a little baby who's become a social media sensation. >> yeah, the little boy known to hundreds of thousands of facebook followers as baby buns has graduated from the neonatal intensive unit. he is finally home after nearly a year and rachel has more on the happy news. >> i know. this is such a great story, guys. good morning to you all. so this couple, they struggled with infertility for 17 years and became an intern with an emotional pregnancy announcement that many of you probably remember. it's taken over a year, though, but the family is finally under one roof. check it out. >> this is my first car ride. >> reporter: kaleb is a healthy 13-pound baby boy. >> the miracle is here. >> reporter: but he's overcome unbelievable odds. after 355 days in the hospital, the little miracle now graduating from intensive care
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>> his diploma was his discharge papers. >> reporter: little kaleb has been a viral sensation since the day dana griffin graves made this video. >> what's in the oven? revealing her pregnancy to her husband arkell. >> you're pregnant! >> born 16 weeks premature weighing only 13 ounces, dana shared every teeny step of his journey on arkell and dana's baby bun facebook page >> although he had so many different things that went wrong, there was so much more that he could have had. >> reporter: 193,000 fans following along as kaleb snuggles his first favorite toy. and makes some of his first joyful coos. >> without them we would not have been able to make it. >> reporter: but best of all that miraculous ride home. >> he was truly supposed to be here.
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can you give us a smile? >> that is an awesome story. and that cap on him is just amazing. that little kaleb, he also has a big brother, keelyn, who dana and arkell adopted 14 years ago, so just a happy household and it's really cool to see like their facebook page has become this forum of sorts for other families that have experienced premature births in their family. >> and families, i'm sure, that have experienced infertility. 17 years and many -- multiple miscarriages. >> these parents have also read the messages to the baby, to baby kaleb while he was in the hospital just as support and encouragement to this little guy. so it's so cool to see that. he is loved. >> he is loved that. >> i can't believe they stole my nickname for rob, though. >> what? >> baby buns. coming up here on "gma," good tips for parents on how to help their kids with their homework without everybody getting totally stressed out. we'll be right back with that and baby buns right here. >> i was like, what's that.
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vote for diego rodriguez. a county attorney for us all. ? time for "weekend download." with the school year underway, kids are hitting the books, so how do you help them with the onslaught of homework and stress? here with some advice editor and parenting >> hi. >> good morning. thanks for coming in. you know, there's all this talk in the educational community about cutting back a little on the aforementioned onslaught of homework. where do you draw the line between making things easy and making things too easy? >> well, let's get real, dan. when there is all this homework there is a lot of pressure and stress on parents too. i didn't start meditating until my son hit grade school. it was so stressful, but a lot of administrators and teachers are reacting to that. they're worried that all this
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not like school, and so we see a lot of people scaling back. a lot of schools and teachers scaling back on homework, but if your child is enrolled in an academically rigorous school, it's unlikely you can get them to change their homework policies, so a lot of parents are questioning is this the right environment for my kid. >> how do you know when we've crossed the line between good stress -- you know, a certain amount of stress is good -- and bad overwhelming potentially st >> well, there's a lot of pressure, and it begins at an early age now. but there are signs that a lot of surveys say that we should look out for. number one, is there increased crying, anxiety and arguing. there are also physical symptoms, are there headaches, stomachaches, nightmares, decreased appetite. all those should set off alarm bells in a parent's head. >> if your child is in a school that is academically rigorous and a lot of homework, how do you make time for downtime for the kid and family time for the rest of the gang? >> during the week it's unlikely there's any time with homework
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so the weekends become that much more important. and there are things you can do like setting aside time to go to a sporting event together on a saturday or sunday. there's also game nights. now, your older kids may roll their eyes and may think, ah, game night, but kids get into it. we have a lot of fun once it gets going and also projects can you do together. pick a service project, volunteer together, and that way you're spending time together with the added benefit of helping others. the important thing is find time to bond where you're not worrying about homework. it makes everyone's life a lot happier. >> i like it. and make sure the parents meditate. >> yes. >> ericka, thank you very much. and we'll be right back with
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>> i can't even -- no, i'm not even going to -- let me out of that one. moving on literally. people in really great company, kind of like ourselves, we're in great company today, but moving on brad paisley first up took the time out of his "country nation" college tour to pay a visit to some younger students in nebraska. so the country star and the father of two made the surprise visit to field club elementary in omaha. paisley sang parts of four songs for a gym packed for of little fans and teachers. he said he felt bad that the kids wouldn't be able to make it out to one of his free concerts at a university in lincoln because they had posted this heartfelt video on youtube asking him to pay a visit to their school and, boy, did paisley deliver. when the teachers reached out on youtube, and i read that paisley's dad is the one that informed him that this video was out there and leave it to mr. brad to deliver. great guy. >> basically his dad said, you have to do this. >> yes. >> like all good parents should. >> and he is a dad of two
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justin bieber, he also finds himself in really good company on the road during the european leg of his world tour kicking his visit into high gear on this soccer field in london they call it over there driving by and saw students at highgate school playing, and he asked them to join in. of course, the school took to twitter sharing photos of the students with justin giving fans an up close look at the pop star holding the soccer ball, even showing off his swift goal on youtube. and the p.e. teacher, mario notta, reveals justin is actually a pretty good player. >> yeah. >> if he shows up, you have to let him score. >> i mean, yeah, but one of the girls said whenever he showed up, they were like, what's going on. they were a little confused. and then as he got closer, the p.e. teacher was like, oh, i know who that is immediately and live the girls spotted some tattoos and, of course, everyone was just trying to keep their cool. >> of course. and you have to let the biebs score. >> are you a belieber, dan? >> ron says that --
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>> what? >> that's a long story. >> now, that's an upcoming "pop news" story there, guys. >> justin bieber. >> $20. >> yes. >> oh, my gosh. moving on, check this out. one irish grandma's got some skills, and she is not afraid to show it. take a look at granny. okay. you guys, you guys have seen this, right, the viral bottle flipping. >> boom. >> bam. granny nailing it. not just one bottle. >> two. >> dos right the. >> look, even her grandson is impressed. the shades. >> there times in a row. isn't that amazing? >> really, really, ron? unbelievable. the shades in tow and all, granny looking so cool, 82,000 views on facebook. >> four times in a row. that's incredible. >> i mean -- >> hold on. >> wait. >> different angle here. whoa. >> should we do a little flip-flop right now? >> don't do it, paula. >> no? >> if we only had a bottle. >> i know. we don't have a bottle, but we
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views and reactions of paula faris do not necessarily reflect the views of abc news. >> oh, my gosh. >> we'll be back tomorrow morning -- what did you say? >> you ad-libbed that, didn't you? >> i did but they have it there
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>> this is abc 15 news. taking action. >> coming up on abc 15 weekend mornings, a manhunt in the valley for a murderer. the suspect on the run this morning in a knife attack. what we are finding out from police. >> reporter: and in just an hour, dolphinaris will open its doors to amid protests. they're not worried about it. we will tell you why coming up. this neighborhood wants to shut down this alley for good. why it's a danger for children living nearby. just before 8:00 on this a beautiful saturday morning. thanks for waking us with us. i'm nick ciletti. >> and i'm iris hermosillo, in for allison rodriguez this morning. >> it is a gorgeous day. bringing the cool morning
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as we look at the time lapse from the arizona department of environmental equality. clear skies for the last six hours. really overnight and into the morning. as you're enjoying the cup of coffee a little later, it is saturday. sleep in a bit. 70 degrees right now. we're starting to warm. still not bad. 76 by 9:00 a.m. warming to the 80s by 10:00. i will show you how quickly we get into the 90s with by hour breakdown in minutes. peeror apolice on the hunt for a killer this morning after a 39-year-old man died in a knife attack last night. police say the suspect and the victim know each other. right now the suspect is not in custody. and police not giving us any description. bad behavior on the freeway sending two motorcyclists to the hospital. dps telling us that the bikers were racing on the loop 101
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ended another car. the driver of the car wasn't hurt. the bikers are expected to be okay. swimming with dolphins in the desert? yeah. starting today you can do just that at a new exhibit in scottsdale. not everyone is happy about it. mary ellen is joining us inside the acare yum. a lot of people excited for this one, but not everyone. they want to make sure that their voices are heard. >> reporter: that's right. there will be planned today. one at 9:00 a.m. and one at 4:00 p.m. we are live at dolphinaris. they are set to open the doors in about an hour. they have eight bottlenosed dot fins. four females and four males. they boast four different experiences here from $60 to $400 to be a trainer for the


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