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good morning, america. breaking overnight -- violent riots erupt in seattle. may day protesters launching molotov cocktails, rocks, and bottles, injuring at least five officers. the struggle to keep crowds under control. deadly flash floods drown the gulf coast, tearing roads apart, splitting homes, as reported tornadoes hit the heartland. now dangerous wind and hail on the way. and the south bracing for more floods, as the bad weather moves east. final push. donald trump going for the knockout in indiana, looking to sew up the nomination. >> i mean, the two last ones, they're like hanging by their fingertips. they're choking, don't let me fall, don't let me fall. >> as president obama takes some shots of his own. obama's drop the mike moment.
>> the manhattan cathedral going up in flames after 700 people packed a service. 170 firefighters battling the blaze. what investigators think may have caused this fire. bonjour -- excuse me, good morning. what's up? we have a lot of news to get to, some big headlines in the race for the white house. lot of people still talking about the president's remarks over the weekend at the white house correspondents dinner. >> obama is out, final line. drop the mike right there. he's getting so good at this and everyone was a target on saturday night, even little prince george. take a look. >> last week, prince george showed up to our meeting in his bathrobe. [ laughter ] >> that was a slap in the face,
a clear breach of protocol. >> he's got the timing down. but first, the breaking news overnight. those violent may day riots erupting in seattle. multiple people arrested, at least five officers were injured during clashes with protesters. abc's neal karlinsky is in seattle and has the latest for us. good morning, neal. >> reporter: robin, good morning. it was quite a scene here on the streets of downtown seattle. this building was boarded up. there's graffiti from protesters and the signs left behind as police and protesters clashed across the city. may day protests in seattle turning into a free for all. >> i thought it was going to be a peaceful march, peaceful march, but it didn't turn out to be. >> reporter: demonstrators hurling rocks, bottles and
molotov cocktails injuring at least five police officers. >> we will march around time with people all day long and once property was damaged we took action. >> reporter: one officer struck by a rock and one injured by a molotov cocktail. one bitten. throughout the early evening, protesters and police officers pushed and shoved testing each other's limits. >> we don't want to hurt anyone! >> reporter: police dispersing pepper spray, protesters responding with rocks and bottles. may day is traditionally celebrated throughout the world as a rallying cry for improved conditions for workers. but this year it brought its share of anarchists, nine officers in riot gear demanding they disband. many refused. nine protesters arrested.
seattle has had some trouble on may day for years. so, police were staged and ready and they feel this could have been much worse otherwise, george. >> neal, thanks very much. the race for the white house now and tomorrow's vote in indiana. donald trump says a win there will make him a winner. a new poll shows he's holding a double digit lead over ted cruz. >> a very tough poll for ted cruz. he said he's doing everything he can to win indiana tomorrow. it may not be enough. donald's "lyin' ted" attacks that cruz may not be able to shake off. >> by the way, if we win indiana it's over. >> reporter: for donald trump the finish line is there, saying the gop race for president could end right in indiana. >> i knocked out 17 people. the two last ones are hanging by their fingertips. they're choking. don't let me fall, don't let me fall.
>> reporter: the trump campaign confident that a win in indiana could crush any hopes of any contested convention. >> we'll win. >> reporter: trump openly mocking ted cruz's announcement that carly fiorina as the running mate. >> let me choose carly, maybe that would turn it around. but carly had zero. when somebody gets out, you had no popularity, it doesn't help. she's a nice woman. >> reporter: indiana could be a make or break state for cruz. >> in 51 hours, indiana will have spoken to the country who are we as a nation. >> reporter: a new poll shows indiana's governor endorses cruz and the announcement of fiorina on the cruz ticket has done little to move the needle. trump up by double digits. on "this week," cruz taking on trump for fumbling the names of countries and bible verses. >> i'm sure you laughed out loud where he talked about tanzania.
i'm not familiar with that. maybe that's where two corinne think ans live, i don't know. >> reporter: president obama also poking fun at trump's foreign policy credentials during his speech at the white house correspondents dinner. >> they say trump lacks the foreign policy experience to be president. but he has spent years meeting with leaders from around the world -- miss sweden, miss argentina, miss azerbaijan. >> i even saw one of trump's sons laugh at that jokes. so it was kind of funny. to put to rest that that trump is going to tone things down, he described our relationship with china, he said china is quote raping our country. bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a tight race in indiana, as sanders promises a contested convention and asked superdelegates to switch sides and support him.
abc's cecilia vega is here with the latest on that. good morning. >> reporter: the superdelegates are the very washington establishment sanders has been campaigning against. he's hoping they'll come to his side. he acknowledges that this is an uphill climb. but he has no intention of giving up this fight. bernie sanders in indiana overnight, making a final push in the state he desperately needs to win. >> it looks to me that south bend is ready for a political revolution. >> reporter: now a hail mary. the vermont senator himself issuing a threat that so far only his aides have uttered. >> the convention will be a contested contest. >> reporter: sanders is promising a battle in philadelphia. calling on superdelegates to throw their support for him. those superdelegates party leaders who overwhelming support hillary clinton.
>> i do not deny it for a second a tough road to climb. but it is not an impossible road to climb. >> reporter: sanders needs to win 92% of all remaining delegates. clinton, the exact opposite. she's already 91% of the way to clinching the nomination feeling so confident she now has her sights on a completely different opponent. >> we cannot let barack obama's legacy fall into donald trump's hands. >> now, indiana's big vote is tomorrow as we all know. but clinton will be campaigning in ohio, a stark contrast to sanders at this point whose campaign saw a drop in fund-raising last night. he laid off hundreds of staffers george. he's not giving up this fight, though. let's go to jon karl with more. let's start with the democrats and bernie sanders. >> reporter: a really steep
climb here, george, he's talking about trying to get those superdelegates, party insider, from states he won overwhelming to vote for him. almost none of them are. george, if you look at where things stand right now for bernie sanders, he's within the margin of error for indiana. he has a chance of winning in indiana. to get an idea of how tough it would be to get the majority of pledged delegates he would need to win all of the remaining states by an average of 30 points to get a lead even among the pledge delegates if you take out the superdelegates. >> and jon on the republican side, donald trump saying if he wins tomorrow he's the presumptive nominee, he has a point. >> he sure does. he has a huge lead. indiana, 57 delegates at stake. if he wins anywhere near the margin he could win all of the delegates in indiana. he's got nearly 1,000. only 239 to go. indiana really is the last stand not only for ted cruz but for any republican to stop donald
trump from getting the nomination. now to that devastating and deadly flooding along the gulf coast, battling and splitting homes. tearing roads apart. warnings more flooding could be on the way. rob marciano is here. >> reporter: more rain on the way. severe thunderstorm watch posted for parts of eastern texas and louisiana and are parts of southern arkansas. this following what was beyond a weekend washout. torrential rains turning deadly. flash flooding responsible for at least six deaths along the gulf coast. in texas, entire roads washed away. >> that's crazy, thank you lord that i got off of it. >> reporter: a driver capturing this incredible image of a road being torn apart. right after he crosses it. a great-grandmother watching her
four grandchildren all drown unable to escape the fast-moving floodwaters. >> the water came through and it was just too much pressure for those little kids. >> reporter: in arkansas, a mountain giving way. causing this landslide. in georgia, winds taking down numerous trees, splitting this home in half. a tractor-trailer losing control and plunging into a river in south carolina. miraculously, the driver escaping, pulled to safety. and in louisiana, so much rain falling some neighborhoods partially under water. much of new orleans's jazz fest weekend a washout. stevie wonder telling the crowd his performance canceled because of the weather. almost always rains during the jazz fest. that's one of worst i've seen. we got flash flood watches posted for the i-10 corridor. another 2 to 4 inches on top.
maybe six-plus. unstable weather heading towards the east. >> thank you, rob. now to the mystery surrounding prince's death. what will happen to his estate. his family set to appear in court today as we learn new details about prince's final days. abc's eva pilgrim has the latest. >> reporter: the superstar's family heads to court this morning in hopes of settling his estate. prince's estimated $300 million estate on the line. leaving no children but now people claiming to be his loved child coming out of the woodwork. overwhelmed with claims. one man's story has peaked their interest. >> he was born in the '80s, his mother crossed paths with prince a couple of times. >> reporter: currently checking out his story and verifying key details.
prince's older brother remembering his little brother saying being together as a family has helped him mourn. his attorney putting to rest rumors of family disputes. >> if you saw the hugs that were given you would know that this is a family that loved one another no matter what. >> reporter: abc news learning new details about the investigation into prince's death. authorities turning their attention to prince's medication and whether the star died of a drug overdose. sources telling us that the superstar was getting prescriptions from multiple doctors. authorities executing a search warrant at his local walgreens. sources telling abc news that prescription medication was found on prince and at his home after he died. a possible indication of health problems. his chef said the superstar was eating less lately. explaining the purple one being asked for meals easier to digest he was battling frequent upset stomach and sore throat. >> he loved everything fresh and vibrant and energetic.
>> reporter: prince's chef remembering that the star didn't feel well the day before his death. still no official cause to his death. that toxicology report still weeks away. his family is here today beginning the legal battle, george. let's go to amy with the other top stories with a possible terror attack in florida. >> reporter: the fbi has arrested a man plotting to bomb a community center in south florida. police say he planned to throw an explosive over a wall at a jewish center. authorities say the public was never in any danger because the suspect had been under surveillance. also breaking at this hour, a car bombing in baghdad, at least 13 religious pilgrims has died. this all comes and the political turmoil threatening to undermine iraq's fighting against isis. protesters have left the green zone. after storming parliament this
weekend but they're promising to return. back in this country, a landmark church here in new york city has been heavily damage by fire the serbian orthodox cathedral built back in the 1850s, the fire broke out just hours after sunday's orthodox easter service. investigators are looking into whether candles started the fire. puerto rico's debt crisis being watched closely in washington. the territory is defaulting on a $420 million bond payment. the governor said providing essential services is more important. finally, an unexpected guest at an apartment building in colorado. emergency crews responded to reports of a bear rummaging through a refrigerator in a second-floor apartment. they're politely asking him to leave. boom, there he goes, tearing out the door. dark -- dashing down. if you can hear the firefighters, they were laughing like here kitty, kitty, kitty.
i don't know if that would have been my response but he's back in the wild. no one harmed. >> no one harmed. big announcement from the first family. malia obama is set to attend harvard when she graduates. but she'll take a gap year. malia visited princeton, her mother's alma mater. she visited columbia, her dad's alma mater. harvard may have been the diplomatic choice. because they both got their law degrees from there. ma leah's dad had some fun this weekend, lara. >> he did great, didn't he. this is the big one, the last one. president obama will be looking for a new job when he leaves the white house he may have a future as comedian in chief. he had everybody laughing at the correspondence dinner and he even got his own drop the mike moment. >> you all look great. the end of the republic has never looked better. >> reporter: it was the end of an era, the last time president obama would take the stage at the white house correspondents
dinner as commander in chief. >> someone jumped the fence last week at the white house. i have to give the secret service credit, they brought michelle back. she's safe back at home now. >> doing a little roasting of his own. >> gop chairman preibus is here. that's the republican party. the nomination process, it's all going great. keep it up. >> reporter: and giving us a glimpse of what's next. >> this material works well, i i'm going to use it as goldman sachs next year. [ laughter ] >> earn me some serious tubmans. >> reporter: until then -- >> obama out. >> well done. well done.
>> i liked that. let's go to rob with some real heavy rain heading to the east. >> yeah, some travel delays at the airports here. as this front rolls through, some severe storms across d.c. and baltimore late day. look at the difference in temperature between boston and d.c. 30 degrees again. a couple of inches in the carolinas. your local forecast is just 30 seconds away. but first your select cities brought to you by mazda.
>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. the parent laser back. that means cooler breezes. 13 degrees cooler than yesterday. unsettled pattern on wednesday and thursday. scattered light showers and seasonal weekend our way. san francisco is 66, san jose is 79 and antioch and livermore at 81. clouds tonight and 10- or 15-degrees little northwest love for you. one of the warmest april on record for portland and seattle. 85 degrees in portland. who says it rains all the time in seattle? >> not you. >> thank you, rob. coming up dramatic rescue a mother and daughter lost in the wilderness stranding in near-freezing temperatures for days. >> at this point, i was on the verge of dying. >> how they survived. we hear from them this morning. new lawsuit brewing at starbucks. over their iced drinks. are they intentionally
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welcome back to "gma." you're looking at devastating floods along the gulf coast. there's a road splitting in texas and now the south is bracing for more floods as the messy weather moves east. also right now, all eyes are on indiana as the race for the white house hits the heartland. donald trump looking for a sweep there, as hillary clinton and bernie sanders face a tight contest. also this morning, a royal celebration. look at princess charlotte, one-year-old today. her mom kate sharing these photos. taken by the duchess herself. we'll have all the details in our next hour. she's quite the photographer. >> happy birthday, little girl. also we have our huge deals and steals on wheels. road trip. tory johnson bringing you the most deals in one week we have ever done. she's doing it while she's heading across the country.
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think thick grass and brush. you make a left instead of a right and there could be a problem. this could have been a story of tragedy, instead it's a story of a mom once again doing her superwoman thing. after four days of searching for rachel lloyd and her mother carolyn, a glimmer of hope -- a sign "help." made of sticks and stones. >> we were at the mercy of everybody hoping someone would rescue us. >> reporter: the two women set off for a day-long hike which turned into a four-day fight for survival. >> got very, very, very steep. it was totally through jungle. the blue markers completely stopped. >> reporter: they rationed their one day's worth of peanuts and crackers and huddle to stay warm at night. >> my mom took my shoes and socks and she would try to rub up my legs and blow on my feet. i couldn't feel anything. >> reporter: rachel fell into a
pond, she lost her sight and feeling in her leg. >> at this point, we knew that i was failing health and dying. we were going through my dying wishes. which i'm sure was not easy for her. >> it was really terrible. we didn't sleep that night because we were so cold. >> reporter: carolyn carried her daughter on her back through the jungle then a desperate attempt, she took some sticks and stones and wrote out help. a helicopter spotted that sign. just beyond it, mother and daughter waving their arms. >> we've never been so happy to see a human being in our whole life. >> they told me i had hypothermia. a couple of hours i probably wouldn't have made it. >> i'm feeling a lot better than i was five days ago. that's for sure. >> you saw the picture. the youngest lady is in the hospital. mom was never admitted. she was fine. this is the story of a super mom. dad is in north carolina. he was planning to go down. mom said we're good. don't even worry about it. we'll see you when we get back.
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first up, distance and calories. >> i'll get you hooked up to the card. >> does that feel snug? >> reporter: producer stephanie and i each try out the five devices. for distance, we walk exactly one mile on the treadmill. for calories the gold standard for calories burned. with the oh so uncomfortable metabolical breathing mask. my results for distance. the garmin is spot on for one mile but the fitbit is 17% off. the jawbone had syncing issues so we weren't able to gather data. the iphone, just 1% off and the samsung, 5% off. for stephanie, on our distance challenge, each of the devices were 15% to 22% off. next up, calories. >> you burned 90 calories. >> reporter: not one of the devices matched up to the number polly gave us. stephanie's fitbit came within 5%.
of the correct calorie number. the others ranging 17% to 41% off for both of us. the iphone uses a third-party app to report calories. so, no data there. for the final count, steps. we take them to a local track. >> the first thing we're going to do is walk one lap and count the steps in our head compared to our devices. my total step count, 402. the results, the garmin and my samsung, 4% off. the fitbit, 7% off. the iphone hit exactly at 402. >> mine is pretty accurate. >> stephanie had the closest count to the iphone. other devices ranged from 15% to 17% off. they aren't medical devices are meant to provide close estimations. and garmin added, quote, they're designed to help track your movement. providing greater capabilities such as heart rate and sleep
tracking and additional motivation. jawbone says when it comes to our syncing issue this experience is not what's normal what users go through when setting up their band. >> you have your phone with you all the time. no reason not to use it. it's useful, handy and pretty accurate. >> now, wearables do have added benefits in they track your sleep and quantify specific activities like biking and elliptical activities. if you keep your phone with you, just interested in steps and distance, built in in phone apps do a better job. >> becky, you're the only one at the gym on the west coast, three hours earlier. well done, girl. thank you very much. coming up, busted at target. the woman who turned the tables on a man who said was harassing her. the whole thing caught on camera. that game of thrones shocker. amy upset about it. the bomb shell overnight who has everyone talking.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. busted at target. >> stop this guy! stop him! stop that guy! >> the woman harassed by this g guy, uses her camera and then facebook to help catch him. a very royal birthday. princess charlotte turns 1 today. the brand-new pictures taken by mom kate. the duchess, now, in "vogue". as the new cover girl. one amazing parenting team. steph curry and his wife ayesha like you haven't heard them before. the tattooed good luck charm they share with each other and how they're bringing up their daughters.
♪ so beautiful we're counting down to the biggest, boldest night in fashion. the met ball is just hours away. the speculation starting about who's winning west, misty copeland, kerry washington both on the list and here live before they walk down the red carpet as we say -- >> good morning, america! it's always a good morning when kerry washington drops by for a visit. always dazzling on the red carpet at the met ball. we'll talk to her about what's ahead tonight. plus, a very special passion project. >> she won't reveal, will she? >> you could ask. >> we could ask. also, misty copeland world famous ballerina is here. a big surprise coming from her in just a little bit. >> just so effortless. >> how great is that for those little girls right there. also. lara, kicking off a
big week of deals and steals on wheels ahead. >> yeah, tory johnson is hitting five cities in five days. with more deals than we have ever done in one week. all because our "gma" viewers are such loyal fans of hers. we're starting in houston, texas, tory johnson there, a big week, guys, to save money doesn't start here on the broadcast. special deals on twitter all week as well. let's go to amy. >> good morning, everyone. the big story this morning, nine people have been arrested after may day demonstrations turned violent in seattle over the weekend. five police officers were injured. the crowd was protesting capitalism. other demonstrations were mostly peaceful. one day before what could be a make or break primary for ted cruz, the latest poll shows him trailing donald trump by 15 points in indiana. trump says if he pulls off a victory the gop race is over. but cruz who has been endorsed by indiana's governor is counting on a contested
convention. bernie sanders also predicting a contested convention for the democrats. he's in a tight race with hillary clinton in indiana. but clinton is 91% of the way to clinching the nomination. sanders is now calling on superdelegates supporting clinton to switch sides in states which he has won. caught on camera, a florida woman turned the tables on a man accused of preying on women in public places. she says the man had approached her before. but this time, she was ready. abc's mara schiavocampo has the story. >> do you remember running into me in the grocery store? >> reporter: this morning, an alleged video voyeur caught on camera. >> stop this guy! >> reporter: a florida woman chasing this suspect out of the store. >> call the cops on him. >> reporter: filming the entire thing. >> i wanted an identification of who he was. so, i could put this out there. >> reporter: she was shopping in the bikini section of a florida target when she says this man approached her. she claims the same man harassed
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good morning, america! >> welcome back to "gma." that's tory in houston with the major deals and steals on wheels. hitting the road all week long, different city every day. incredible bargains for you. they're in h-town this morning, houston. >> lot of enthusiasm out there. >> she's bringing it for us. we're going to bring you this. another reason to celebrate today -- princess charlotte is turning 1 year old today. she's precious. some new photos taken by her mom, duchess kate, who is also going in front of the camera for british "vogue." abc's lama hasan with the details. good morning. >> reporter: yes, good morning to you. princess charlotte and her doting parents are celebrating her big day with a select few. their present to us, four adorable photos of princess charlotte taken at their country
home in norfolk. this morning, the brand-new images we can't get enough of. showing an adorable princess charlotte as she celebrates her first birthday. >> we see her pushing her little favorite toy. we can also tell that she can almost walk. >> reporter: to mark her milestone, the duchess of cambridge going behind the camera and snapping these four photos. her trademark credit on the pictures. it's no wonder she's so photogenic, take a look at her mama, gracing the cover of "vogue". turning glamorous mummy to a casually looking cover girl. a ten-page shoot marking the magazine's 100th anniversary, with seven photos hitting newsstands this thursday. the pictures captured by the photographer on a freezing cold day in january at the cambridges' family home in norfolk. >> i think it's interesting instead of coming out in a very
grand setting, or a very stylized shoot, she chose to do a very natural shoot, i think that was very much her decision. >> reporter: my, the royals have been busy, including the queen. check out her majesty and the prince harry. >> remember when you told us to bring it at the invictus games. >> be careful what you wish for. >> boom. >> oh, really, please. >> boom! >> reporter: not long to go until both sides compete. britain versus the u.s. in the invictus in orlando starting may 8th. bring it on. so, yes, prince harry is missing his little niece's first birthday but it's all for a good cause, he's in canada, promoting the invictus game. don't worry, america, he's coming for you next. >> thank you. that was so cute with the queen. >> can't wait to be in orlando for those games coming up. now to the biggest night in fashion.
we're counting down to the met ball. it's known as the super bowl of fashion. kerry washington our good friend is going to join us in just a moment. but first, abc's rachel smith has all the details. >> reporter: it's the red carpet event of the year. so exclusive it's for a-listers and a-plus-listers only. we're talking about george and amal. kimye and madonna. queen bey herself. it's held at new york's metropolitan museum of art. unofficially it's a super bowl of fashion. in which anything, have we mentioned anything -- goes. a spring gala combines the stars of sports, music, fashion and film for one glittery evening. >> it's not our typical date night. >> reporter: there's no way to buy a ticket to the event. it's by invitation only.
the guest list is top secret. overseen by anna wintour. the theme of this year's event, manus x machina. fashion in the age of technol y technology. among the ball's co-chairs, taylor swift. they'll climb the dozens of red carpeted steps to get to the dinner. and entertainment that follows. all in a night's work for the famous of the famous in the world. for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, new york. >> joining us now, kerry washington, star of abc's "scandal." always great to see you. >> you too. >> we've had all these looks over the years. >> so crazy. >> did you have a favorite look? >> i really loved last year. but i like seeing the spectrum. it's a cool walk through time. >> it really is. how did you go about picking last year?
>> i had never worn a big ball gown to the event before. i went with more sleek silhouettes. i thought it would be fun. >> it was. you seemed so comfortable and happy and -- >> it's also dress that you can eat in which is fun at a dinner. because you have to eat. >> how is this different from the oscars' red carpet and other red carpets? >> i think, for me, this night is strictly about fashion. the oscars are about filmmaking. this night is about fashion as art and celebrating the met and celebrating, you know, the history of great fashion and how it fits into our context of american art, international art. >> yeah, i'm glad you put it like that. george was kidding me, everyone wants a little clue or hint to what you're wearing tonight. >> i'm not telling. i'm not telling. >> come on. >> something to look forward to.
but what you love talking about is about being a brand ambassador for neutrogena. talk about the campaign. >> neutrogena have this great campaign about choosing skin health. when i started working with the company, i didn't know enough about skin cancer. 350 people are diagnosed every hour in this country. >> every hour. >> every hour with skin cancer. and it's one of the most preventable forms of cancer. the fact that we can educate people to use spf, to use sun block to protect themselves, to avoid having to deal with this. i feel proud to be a part of this initiative. >> you can remember your mother putting on sunscreen. >> we have found in our studies, the more a child watches their mom use it, the more they protect themselves. i watched my mom do it. lot of communities in color, we
tend to think that we're not vulnerable, which actually puts us at more risk. >> talk more about that. people really feel that if you're of a certain color, oh -- >> i'm protected. >> but that's not the case. >> there's a lot of benefits to melanin. we're still at rick of skin cancer. the statistic is one incident of sunburn in a child's life makes them 90% more vulnerable to skin cancer. >> i have heard that. i feel a little vulnerable you sitting in a chair. because what olivia did with that chair couple of weeks ago -- >> crazy. >> did you see that coming? >> i didn't, i didn't. when shonda told me about it, when i read the script i was shocked. i'm so -- i'm very grateful that in season five i'm still being so challenged by these writers. i'll tell you that this week's episode to me is one of the most
important episodes we have had in the history of the show, particularly in this election year. it's an episode not to be missed. >> oh, you're good. >> i wept. at this table read, i cried like a baby. i did, i did, i did. >> did you hear that, guys? >> i'm just being honest. >> some really important powerful episodes. >> this one is pretty extraordinary. >> okay, t.g.i.t. and also today. thank you for talking about monday melanoma. >> thank you for having me on this day. >> how about that for a tease? >> i know. i can't wait until thursday. we'll move on now to deals and steals on wheels. tory johnson on the road, five cities in five days, all to bring the bargains to you. this morning, it's at the discovery green in houston, texas. tory, take it away. >> all right, so, frizzy hair, don't care.
because we're in houston with an amazing crowd, a phenomenal group. first up, from 44 farms, i got chris shepard here to help me out with this one. an amazing restaurant. one of more than a hundred restaurants that 44 farms provide the beef to in this area. we have an amazing cookout assortment. this is a small sampling. plus, their beef jerky, two things that 44 farms is really well known for. depending on the package that you choose, these normally start at $30, but today, everything is slashed in half, so it's $15 to $46.50. [ cheers and applause ] next up, we're expanding beyond houston. we're going to may designs. "good morning america" viewer favorite. these are customized notebooks. these are all of our brand-new patterns exclusively for spring into summer. any kind of design. you get to design the inside
pages as well. i love these. normally they start at $15. today only, slashed in half, really starting at $7.50. [ cheers and applause ] okay, next up, really cool company here in houston -- thank you -- dash is housed in a mattress warehouse, a factory that's now turned into -- its headquarters produces really phenomenal leather products. gorgeous wine wraps. if you're giving a wine bottle as a gift, they also use scraps to make gorgeous, fringe necklaces. only online. normally these start at $20, today only slashed in half. everything start at 10 bucks. finally, this one is from three brothers bakery, this is the pie that "country
living" magazine says is the absolute best pecan pie that you can order online. normally the pie is $23. today only it's slashed in half, $11.50. and we have a phenomenal bonus, so what i love about this bakery, jerry went to the same high school as our michael strahan, his wife janice -- jerry's father bobby. thank you for correcting me. your dad was a holocaust survivor. he along with two brothers founded three brothers bakery. fifth generation baker. they give back to the community. you donate food regularly to star of hope houston. which feeds the homeless. we were so impressed. our sponsor vistaprint, the biggest champion of small businesses was so impressed. we got a treat for you. i got the cheerleaders to help us here. $10,000 for three brothers bakery.
which is going to feed 17,000 meals. 17,000 meals with that $10,000. because your family, your father i should say, your dad, holocaust survivor, he comes into the bakery every monday. >> he does. he does. >> today's going to be an extra special day. he knows personally from hungry. you believe that nobody should be hungry. we salute you, we salute you. vistaprint salutes you. we have a twitter deal for you as well. we'll see you tomorrow from miami beach. >> that's so good. >> tory, tomorrow she's going to be anymore beach. find out how to join her on our website as well. so good.
>> out to rob. some frizzy hair in miami beach. look at this crowd out here. we got people from japan, from singapore. i mean, hey, what's going to happen across the midwest. severe weather from threat to the delmarva peninsula. >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. the parent laser back. that means cooler breezes. 13 degrees cooler than yesterday. unsettled pattern on wednesday and thursday. scattered light showers and seasonal weekend our way. san francisco is 66, san jose is 79 and antioch and livermore at 81. clouds tonight and 10- or 15-degrees cooler >> all right, check it out.
we got a birthday here. my twin sister is now the big 5-0. so, they're both 50. happy birthday to you both of you. lara back inside to you. thank you, rob. modified "pop news" today. right to it. jesse, thank you for joining us. >> wouldn't miss it for the world, lara. a little real estate porn, as i'd like to call it, new york yankee alex rodriguez showing his smarthome. a-rod has created a private oasis for himself and his two daughters. 11,000 square feet. it's supermod. a chemical-free saltwater pool. inside trampoline. he got this incredible museum-worthy collection. including originals by andy warhol. a.d., thank you for the exclusive. we also spotted a lovely little estate for sale, the
stone villa, where michelangelo, his home in the tuscan hills is on the market. bought by the painter in 1549. it was owned by his family for 300 years. loads of history. eight bedrooms. . 200 olive trees. if you buy it, you get the original deed that was signed by the master himself. >> wow. >> that's amazing. >> priceless. a very funny little kitty. go ahead, just roll it. we'll go to credits. look at this. it's beach season. so, start your situps, people. we'll be back. , people.
good morning. did you notice the clouds and then the cooling sea breeze and check out the temperatures and they're going to the coastline and it's 60s in the coast. the forecast is a slight scattered shower on wednesday and thursday. >> thank you so much mike. we will have another news update this in 30 minutes and join us
weekdays ♪eekdays ♪ it's wonderful to have that woman here, misty copeland is here. she's got a big barbie surprise and we have the exclusive reveal you don't want to miss it coming up. you'll see it. but now to george. we're looking forward to that. more of those explosive claims about the church of scientology. the book is written by the father of the church's leader. who left scientology four years ago. now he's heartbroken because his daughters refuse to speak to him. abc's dan harris. >> george, good morning. the fact that ron miscavige has written this book has made headlines all over the world. this morning, he'll explain why he said he did it. this morning, new claims about the secretive world of scientology and the man at its center from an unusual source --
do you have good memories here? >> pretty good memories. >> ron miscavige has left the church and he's speaking out for the first time exclusively to abc news. ron said he's written his book called "ruthless" because of a scientology policy called disconnection. which he says has torn his family apart. >> i don't think you can do a worse thing to their family, split up a family. >> reporter: this is what ron said happen with his two daughters not long after he left the church several years ago. >> i never met some of my great-grandchildren. that's terrible. >> reporter: the church says this is one of the blatant experiences of him not telling the full story. >> daughters were pressured to disconnect from him because of the church. it's similarly not true. >> reporter: through attorneys, ron's daughters said they good reason to cut off ties with
their father, they alleged he physically abused their mom as well as them. strikingly them with his fists and belt. >> ron's daughters have relaid that they grew up in a house of chamber of horrors they say. >> he said his daughters' claims are greatly exaggerated. the daughters say perhaps the last straw for them was he moved in with their older brother ronnie. who abused them. >> he denied it. >> reporter: ron's not only the ex-scientologist to complain about disconnection. this billboard went up condemning the practice. she raised her children as scientologist. she says when the church and her ex-husband wanted their daughter to drop out of school to join the church at the age of 15, she objected to no avail. >> she came home the next day and said she wanted to drop out
of school and dedicate her life to scientology. >> reporter: three years, her son joined the seaorg, as well. as of right now, both of her children refuse to speak to her. >> it's not right what they're doing to families. >> reporter: the church provided abc news with video statements from both of her children saying they have voluntarily chosen to not speak to their mother. >> she keeps doing to media and putting our personal information and our life for the world to see with false information. >> i think it's more important for her to have this vendetta against this church than to have a relationship with me. >> reporter: there's a policy of disconnection but insists it's a voluntary choice made by the members themselves to cut off communications with people who have turned hostile to scientology. >> they do believe their spiritual progress would be impeded if they continue to communicate with someone who just attacks the church.
>> despite all the nastiness now erupting into public view david's father insists he nurses some hope for reconciliation. he loves his son and forgives him. the church said there's nothing to forgive, david has been a lovely and forgiving son. so, reconciliation may be a long way off. >> sure sounds like it. let's go outside to rob. >> all right, george, we're in the gma spring garden here. are you psyched for spring? >> sure. >> do you have a green thumb? >> yes. but first we want to check out what's going on around the country. we've got a change in the pacific northeast heat today, that ridge moves off to the east. temperatures in the 08s in rapid city before too long here. that warmth across the northwest one more day. snow in the rockies. heavy rain down south and strong storms expected across parts of the northeast.
>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the microclimate high, inland east bay at 81. some are 13 degrees cooler than yesterday, and cooling trend through thursday and light showers on wednesday and >> all right, putting the kids to work. we're out here, gma spring garden time with our kid gardeners. you're planting -- some potted plants. what is your favorite color plant to pot? white or blue? >> blue. >> white flower. >> white or blue? >> blue. >> okay, good choice. she gets the blue one. take care of that. start planting that. if you don't have a green thumb we've got a solution for you, to get ready for spring, kmart has a plan, plants for life guaranteed. if you don't have that green thumb, kmart is offering a
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"parents" magazine, the point guard is revealing his best play, that of dad. >> they're completely hands-on parents. >> reporter: steph and his wife sharing how they manage to juggle his hectic nba schedule with bringing up their two young daughters. ayesha saying it's an event to get all four of us out the door. nba's first family also opening up about their marriage. they have those private moments while still being in the limelight. >> we both have matching tattoos. >> why are you flexing your muscles? >> because i have to show it. >> mine is right here. >> and so, i do like a little sign and i kind of smack my tattoo and she does the same. >> steph has this huge career and stardom. but ayesha is a star as well in her own right.
>> reporter: but they're not the only ones making headlines. their now-famous daughter riley an overnight internet sensation. stealing her dad's thunder in last year's press conference. >> daddy, be quiet. >> reporter: steph saying, people recognize her way faster than me or ayesha. and if we go somewhere and she's not with us that's the first question they ask, where's riley? riley is so cute. they look like they have so much fun. >> well done, jess. thank you. coming up, our big barbie surprise with ballerina misty copeland. here live. don't go anywhere. gma's spring garden is brought to you by kmart. plants for life, guaranteed. learn more about what's covered at kmart.com/plant.
♪ what a way to start the week, we're back now with trail blazing ballerina misty copeland, who's here with a big surprise. she's the first african-american female principal in the american ballet theater 75-year history. now, she's celebrating yet another milestone, "gma" has the exclusive reveal of the misty
copeland barbie doll. we'll share that in just moments. always a pleasure to talk with you. you worked so hard to get where you are. and a lot of people first saw you, prince, the video, what was it like working with him? >> it's been such a tough hit, not just for the people loved him so much and were really close to him but for the world, for his fans, and all we can take away from this is what he did for so many people including me. he gave me this incredible platform to showcase ballet. you know when so many people, you know, didn't know who i was, he really took a chance and i think inspired and influenced me to be the artist that i am today and i can just hold on to those memories forever. >> you brought it. he saw the talent and you delivered. now, you're an a-lister. you're at the met ball tonight. that's a hard ticket to get. how excited are you?
>> it's my first time. >> i know. >> and it's -- it's going to be a lot of fun. i'm really excited. i love fashion, so, i'm just honored to have been invited. >> and believe me, it's an honor to be invited. >> it is. i'm excited. jason wu is dressing me and he's so wonderful. and i can't wait for everyone to see it. >> so, kerry wouldn't tell us. at least you gave us a little something. >> maybe because i have no experience. wait. >> let's not keep people waiting any longer. shall we go over here, because we're waiting to reveal something that you worked very closely with the new barbie featuring misty copeland. and we have some lovely little ballerinas who are going to be -- are you ready? three, two, one -- reveal! [ cheers and applause ] >> full disclosure in the
commercial break, misty was over there fussing with it. >> making sure she was in the correct position. >> you have been hands-on since the very beginning. tell us about the project. >> it's a misty copeland barbie doll. this role firebird. i did four years ago it was such a significant role in my career and really the first principal role that i think got me to this point and i'm doing the role again for the first time this month. and it's been four years and so we have the barbie coming out along with the season, and so it's extremely exciting. but yes, i was hands-on in making sure she really looked like a dancer and looked like me. she had muscles, calves, thighs and a bust. >> exactly, because many people thought you couldn't make it because those features, you just busted right through. >> we're celebrating that. it's beauty and you can be a
ballerina and look like this. >> we have a couple of questions. who's going to go first? natalie? >> we'd like to know the best advice for young dancers who want to pursue their dancing. >> it's hard to succeed in anything. you have to be believe in yourself, be passionate about it, not compare yourself to other people and just have faith in yourself and let other people be there to support you. >> you have had a lot of support. you've always been very good about that. all right, casey. what's your question? >> i was going to say something about the doll -- >> okay. >> i think the doll is very inspiring for young girls, it's beautiful and misty copeland brings a very strong message to young dancers. >> would you like to have a doll? >> yeah. >> well, tell you what, you're all going home with a doll. how does that make you feel when you hear those words?
>> it's amazing. i mean, to have looked at so many people who are inspiring to me and to be that for someone, to see yourself through such an iconic figure for barbie, is so important. it's beautiful. thank you. >> oh, look at those beautiful smiles. you're all going to go home with the doll. misty, thank you as always. and the misty copeland barbie doll is available today. all right. coming up, captain america stars chadwick boseman and sebastian stan are here live. -lois pricese. [ifrom grocery outlet. - hi, it's... the rest of us! - hey there.
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superhero in the new blockbuster "captain america: civil war." and this morning, we have chadwick boseman who plays the black panther and sebastian stan who plays the winter soldier. thanks for being here. why can't everybody be along? aren't they spreedz to be friends and fight the bad guys? >> i guess not. not in this movie. >> why? >> well, we fight bad guys, too, but i think this movie deals with the responsibility of power and there are two sides with two different ideas about that. >> and yeah. it's controversial because you understand why everyone's doing what they're doing and so there's no real right or wrong. >> i know, it's so hard to choose sides in this one. and chadwick, this is the first for your character, the black panther, he's royalty and he is really angry.
>> he is. he has reason to be. yeah, i mean, he has reason to be because the issues at hand, the reasons why we're arguing are personal to him. personal to his country. >> we can't give away too much. sebastian on the other hand, this is third time we have seen the winter soldier and we're learning a lot more about what he's done specifically, who's he's killed. >> right. >> i'm not giving anything away. >> you kind of did. >> he's just trying to stay alive. he's figuring out his past and kind of trying to stay out of people's ways, especially this guy. >> we have surprises for both of you. are you ready? you like surprises? okay, of course, both of you studied acting, very big in your school's drama programs. sebastian, i'm going to start with you, you had the honor of being voted most likely to
become a celebrity in high school. >> i did. >> turned out to be true. and we have the photo from your yearbook. there you are. your school in congress, new york, the drama students there are watching you right now. we have a viewing party. and in fact, austin, one of the drama students there. >> you guys. >> look at your old school. >> austin has a question for you. go ahead, austin. >> hi, i'm austin. your character started off as a good guy in the first film and then got turned to the dark side. how do you play the good and evil sides? >> thankfully that's not my job, that's up to the writers. and they kind of which way to throw this guy. but, you know, it's -- yeah, that's the whole fun of it. i never know what i'm going to play next. >> kind of fun playing the bad guy, isn't it? >> it's always more fun playing
the bad guy, of course. >> for your surprise, chadwick, you were a drama instructor in new york. and you may recognize some of the people gathered there. yes, we have one of the acting students, ocyrus, has a question for you. go ahead. >> my name is ocyrus, what advice do you have for inspiring young actors? >> my advice is do it because you love it. do it because you love it. don't do it for fame and fortune. be business-minded. but make sure you enjoy do it because it's a hard road to take. >> very good advice, indeed. we got to get a yearbook photo from you, too. >> no. >> thank you both for being with us.
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good morning. i am natasha zouves with the abc7 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast with mick. hi everybody. check out the temperatures it's 81 in liver mother and look at this many in the bay. 60s around san francisco and temperatures around 13 degrees cooler. look at what happened in the forecast. all right. let's take a look at san jose. you can see the left lane is blocked here and then it's the motorcycle and then it's clear and the traffic is backed up to 101 minute ride. >> thank you sue. it's time for live "live with kelly and michael." we're back at 11:00 and
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