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good morning, america. the final countdown. donald trump says he is ready to reveal his running mate as the search for his veep plays out like a reality show. >> i'm at three, potentially four, but in my own mind i probably am thinking about two. >> newt gingrich saying it's down to him and governor mike pence. who is packing their bags to join trump on the trail just days before the republican convention. demanding action at the espys. >> it's time to look in the mirror and ask ourself what is are redoing to create change. we all have to do better. >> lebron james leads nba stars in a challenge to the world's greatest athletes, taking on deadly gun violence. >> it has to stop. enough. enough is enough. >> the dramatic moment on one of sports' biggest nights. on high alert.
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nasty storms from kansas to new york. this tornado touching down in missouri and flash floods in pennsylvania overnight, emergency rescues, animals struggling to escape rushing waters now more flooding and hail on the way. ♪ taylor swift's ex calling her out publicly after she reveals she wrote part of his song. calvin harris says she's trying to bury him. will she be able to shake it off? and good morning, america. what a night at the espys last night. always so much fun. always a huge spectacle. last night something unexpected. something very powerful. >> yeah, it was a powerful moment indeed. the nba stars taking the stage in the wake of that deadly gun violence and racial tension. we're going to have much more on what they had to say later on. >> that is coming up. first breaking news, speakers
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for the republican national convention just released as donald trump's veepsstakes draws to a close after one more round of auditions, he is set to make a decision today and appear with his pick tomorrow. the latest from tom llamas. >> reporter: good morning to you. we now have a day and a time for the announcement. trump tweeting it's going to be friday at 11:00 a.m. now all we need is a name. overnight newt gingrich making his case arguing he and trump are cut from the same cloth because and i'm not joking here they're both pirates. today could be decision day for donald trump. his search for a running mate now down to two people. >> i'm at three, potentially four but in my own mind i probably am thinking about two. >> reporter: sources tell abc news, the two finalists are likely newt gingrich and indiana governor mike pence. >> i suspect sometime tomorrow that mike and i will both get phone calls, and one of us will be packing our bags to go to new york, and the other one will be going to watch it on tv.
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>> reporter: pence may have benefited from a mechanical issue that grounded the candidate in indiana. pence ended up hosting the trump family at his home meeting with the trump children. >> nothing was offered. nothing was accepted but we had a great conversation about the country, challenges facing america and my firm belief that donald trump is going to provide the kind of leadership that america needs. >> reporter: but the indiana governor shouldn't pick his seat on trump force one just yet. newt gingrich also flew to indiana wednesday to meet with the trump family. newt, breaking down what trump may be considering. >> in many ways donald trump is like a pirate. he's outside the normal system. he gets things done. he's bold. he's actually like a figure out of a movie. in a lot of ways my entire career has been a little like a pirate. do you want a two-pirate ticket or want to take a solid guy -- >> reporter: trump who has play by his own rules from the get-go
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could end up with a surprise pick and going with his gut on this call. >> i want to pick somebody solid, smart. i'm not looking for an attack dog. >> reporter: as the drama builds around the search, he's also dealing with yet another court matter. trump demanding $10 million in damages from former campaign adviser sam nunberg saying he violated a nondisclosure agreement by leaking a story to "the new york post" about an alleged screaming match between ex-campaign manager corey lewandowski and a female staffer. trump's camp says the story is untrue. but nunberg claims he wasn't the leak referring to the matter in his filings as a lover's quarrel. >> neither side is commenting. nunberg is ask the court to drop the matter. we have the speakers list for the rnc and know that all of the trump adult children will be speaking along with melania trump and hearing from speaker paul ryan, ted cruz, chris christie and newt gingrich, guys. >> we don't know exactly when.
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>> we don't know when but he'll be speaking. >> on the list. will he be in the vp slot. >> no pirate patch over the eye, just newt. >> good to know. thank you. now to the democrats and hillary clinton's scathing new attack on donald trump saying her opponent is dividing the country and a threat to american democracy. abc's cecilia vega is on the campaign trail in springfield, illinois, good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. it was in this historic building behind me that hillary clinton made that case but she said she's part of the problem too, that some of her words have helped fuel division in this country. in the same chamber where abraham lincoln denounced slavery hillary clinton laid out her newest attack. >> this man is the nominee of the party of lincoln. we are watching it become the party of trump. >> reporter: in the old state capitol in springfield, illinois, where lincoln said a house divided against itself cannot stand, clinton accused
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donald trump of dividing the trump for this generation. >> his campaign is as divisive as any we have seen in our lifetimes. it is built on stoking mistrust and pitting american against american. >> reporter: the new attacks come as those polls show a tight race for clinton and trump in battleground states like iowa and ohio and she is now losing ground in florida. her strategy, bring in the reinforcements. clinton hits the campaign trail today with virginia senator tim kaine, rumored to be a potential vp pick and she is laser focused on hammering trump. >> he said that he understands systemic bias against black people because, and i quote, even against me the system is rigged, unquote. even this, the killing of people is somehow all about him.
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>> reporter: and again clinton has what looks like it could be a vp audition today out there with virginia senator tim kaine. george, her campaign is still vetting possible running mate picks right now. >> thanks very much. more on this from our political analyst matthew dowd. a lot to get to. let's begin with this vee veepsstakes. pretty transparent process if you take donald trump at his word and struggling between his head and heart. indiana governor mike pence consensus pick of his advisers, it appears would pacify some conservatives at the convention, solid safe choice. newt gingrich, a lot more like donald trump, unconventional choice for sure. where do you think he goes? what difference will it make? >> well, george, you and i have watched this for a year. there's no telling where he goes and there's no telling even if it is these two, we think it's these two but there's no telling. i thought actually i can't let go of newt gingrich's pirate reference. there's so many things i could
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say about pirates of the caribbean on "stranger tides" will they call their plane the black pearl. who's captain jack sparrow, who is barbosa, no telling. my bet, my gut says he goes with mike pence. it seems the safer choice and it seems the choice that will unite the party which is the main goal i think of his vp pick at this point, uniting the party. >> he needs to have a good convention next week. we got this list of speakers released by the rnc. you know, we'll see the trump kids every single night and donald trump at least once, maybe more than that. you did get the big republican leaders in the house and the senate. but he really needs to find some way to get that bounce out of the convention. it's usually about a four to five-point bounce. >> well, donald trump i think better than anybody and you and i have both been at conventions and around them. he understands that a convention is a broadway production. it is about interesting characters with a compelling
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blot and driving message. i think donald trump understands that and i think he's going to produce this convention in a way that he'll probably get maximum bounce but donald trump's already got, it looks like, some bounce coming into the convention. >> that's right. in fact a new poll out backs that. cbs and "the new york times" have a new poll showing the national race tied at 40-40. we know these polls will bounce around but what's striking is that the two major candidates both at 40%. that's pretty low. >> absolutely and i think not only do you see these national polls now converging to even, you've seen all those state polls now converging to very close and within the margin of oreo. it is an amazing thing that the president of the united states again we've seen this in the past could get elected with under 40% and even in this election close to 40% of the vote. it means a very divided country. >> boy, it sure does. matthew dowd, thanks very much. all right, george, now to the espy awards, the top nba stars lebron james, carmelo
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anthony, chris paul and dwyane wade issuing a big challenge to go beyond the game and act to end violence and t.j. holmes was there for it all in los angeles. t.j., what an incredible night. >> reporter: it's not what anybody expected, robach. not even the espn producers of the show originally. this wasn't the plan. but what we saw last night on the biggest night in sports was four nba superstars take the stage standing side by side and calling out their fellow athletes for not saying enough and doing enough when it comes to gun violence and race in this country. a night to celebrate great athletes started instead with lebron james issuing a direct challenge to them. >> it's time to look in the mirror and ask ourselves, what are we doing to create change? >> reporter: lebron, dwyane wade, chris paul and carmelo anthony sieged the stage to
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address it. >> the endless gun violence in chicago, dallas, not to mention orlando, it has to stop. enough. >> let's use this moment as a call to action for all professional athletes. >> reporter: wade later told me they came up with the idea to do this themselves. then asked and got the okay from espn. >> we said, listen, we have to do something. we have a platform, you know, what can we do and perfect time and espys is coming up so, we all wrote our own piece of what we wanted to say and we wanted our voice to be heard. >> you guys ready to have some fun? >> reporter: the show soon after turned to celebration. lebron didn't get to sit much. he won three individual awards including best male athlete. vice president joe biden was there too, he presented the jimmy v perseverance award to craig sager. >> he teaches us how to live with perseverance and passion, fearless, hopeful, together. >> reporter: the longtime nba sideline reporter who's been battling leukemia.
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>> i will never give up and i will never give in. i will continue to keep fighting. >> reporter: sager was mobbed by his tnt colleagues after his speech. >> wherever you're from, whatever you think, whatever your politics are, you can't forget is that every one of those people who dies has a story, this is one of them. >> reporter: one honoree couldn't be there. xavier dobson killed when he tried to shield three girls from bullets. his mother and two brothers accepted the arthur ashe courage award on his behalf. >> now, i urge you to think tonight about why he died and what you can do tomorrow to prevent the next innocent young man or woman from being lost, as well. >> reporter: a celebratory night that struck a serious even somber tone at times. with this lasting message.
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>> we all have to do better. >> reporter: and, of course, the espys is always were a celebration, a celebration of great athletes but i have to tell you it's what everybody was talking about last night, that moment at the top and it was a different type of tone to the evening and even lebron james said last night on a guys we're honoring muhammad ali we do a disservice to his legacy if we don't speak up more. >> t.j. holmes, thank you so much. >> boy, and that hero xavier dobson, what a story, what a selfless, selfless act. that should be celebrated. >> it certainly was last night and hopefully it will continue to be so and the espys touched on the heated national debate over race and policing as that was happening a service for philando castile who was killed by an officer in minnesota will be held today and thousands of mourners attending funeral services on wednesday to honor the dallas officers, president obama holding a marathon four-hour meeting at the white house on police and criminal justice reform.
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abc's jon karl is at the white house with more on all that. jon, the president meeting with law enforcement and black lives matter activists. tell us what happened? >> reporter: good morning, amy. this was an extraordinary meeting, first of all, as you mentioned, it was long, more than four hours and the president was there and engaged in the discussion for all of it. it included an extraordinary breadth of people including as you mention black lives matter activists, several big city police chiefs, mayors, community leaders. after the meaning was over, the president said that there must be an extended effort to what he said, quote, grind it out to improve relations between police and the communities that they are there to protect. but he said this is going to be frustrati frustratingly slow in the coming weeks and months and will continue to see more tension between the two. >> the president has been speaking about it all week and gave a two-hour meeting with police with law enforcement on monday. he gave that powerful speech in dallas on tuesday.
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and then he will be present at that town hall meeting this evening. this is the top priority for him. >> reporter: absolutely and spent an hour and a half with the victims, with the families of the murdered police officers in dallas. i expect that this will be a sustained commitment for the president that goes beyond his presidency. this will be one of his major causes after he leaves the white house. >> all right, jon karl at the white house, thank you so much, jon. president obama as we just said will join our town hall tonight to discuss the recent tragic shootings and how we can move forward. you can see "the president and the people" starting at 8:00 p.m., 7:00 central right here on abc. >> okay, we'll move on to those powerful storms creating flash floods in pennsylvania, hundreds of thousands without power in missouri, ginger, more is comeing. >> almost 400 severe storm reports in the last 24 hours from florida to wisconsin. kansas to virginia. this may look like a busy game of poke go, it is not. it was a dangerous afternoon in the midwest.
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torrential rain, and relentless hail. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: terrifying winds gusting to more than 0 miles per hour in the midwest. hundreds of thousands without power as trees smash into homes taking out traffic lights. watch as a breathe spinup takes shape in this time-lapse video from st. louis, missouri. in lancaster, pennsylvania, four inches of rain falling in less than two hours. emergency workers rescuing people from their homes. highways shut down in both directions. and the cows, watch as they helplessly bob in the rushing water struggling but finally emerging safe on the other side. and in pensacola, florida, folks on the beach running for cover. three waterspouts swirling over the gulf of mexico. now you've seen how powerful the storms could be. that energy moves to the south along the southern part of the cold front. if you're driving i-40 or 35 up to wichita watch out for
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dangerous winds and, of course, hail possible. same thing as we go into the afternoon and evening, parts of new england get into the severe weather threat. i'll have a whole lot more coming up. >> thank you. we move on to the latest on the zika virus. a new report from the cdc that concludes the upcoming olympic games are unlikely to spread vehicle ka worldwide. dr. richard besser is here with details encouraging. >> yes, the cdc looked at the numbers and a number of travelers and what they estimate 500,000 people will travel to the games. but if you look at overall travel to the region that's affected by zika, it represents less than a quarter of 1% of overall travel. for most countries including the u.s. it should not increase the risk. >> at the same time we have this report out of texas that -- of a baby born with microcephaly. >> it's a sad situation. this is what we're triering to preve prevent. the mom had been in latin america and acquired the infection there. so far the cdc reports 320 pregnant women in the u.s. who are infected with zika. 7 so far that have birth
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defects. people who are traveling need to take precautions because this is what we're trying to avoid. >> still a danger of spread here in the summer. >> well, it is. we have the mosquito and so they're expecting that some of the travelers will bring it in. that's why they're trying to build up the surveillance. be able to defect when it's here to try to knock it out. >> okay, rich besser, thanks very much. you will take questions on twitter. >> all morning long. >> fantastic. back to ginger. >> the heat advisories from up through new jersey an excessive heat warning in philadelphia because we don't get cooler at night. that's a big reason. quick look at what it will feel like this afternoon. the heat starts in boston tomorrow. let's get the local weather in 30 second, but first the heat index brought to you by capitol one adventure card.
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>> reporter: good morning everyone, david murphy here with an update from accuweather. nothing showing on storm tracker 6 live, although some of the roads might be wet from rain overnight. looking outside, a lot of clouds around we expect to introduce sunshine in the morning and afternoon. later this afternoon a passing thunderstorm can't be ruled out. the big story though today, oppressive heat and humid. steamy high of 94 feel like over 100 and more of the same tomorrow high of 96. better for the weekend. ex after revealing she helped hit his hit song. calvin harris saying she is trying to bury him. a new report reveals nearly
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80% of america is getting angry behind the wheel. but that road rage means for safety on our streets is coming up on our big board. an abc news exclusive. the family of the navy s.e.a.l. trainee who died tragically now speaking out for the first time. all coming up next here on "good morning america." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ the new 2017 ford fusion is here. it's the beauty of a well-made choice. ♪ we know that the best things in life are real., so we brew iced tea the way you brew it at home. for real, delicious, leaf-brewed iced tea. pure and simple.
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edwards, 7:23 thursday july 14. let's head to karen rogers and check of the regional rails, good morning. >> reporter: we have a new delays on the rails, bryn mawr 18 minute delays, west trenton, 13 minute delays. no other delays. septa regional rails reported lansdale doylestown express over crowded. watching this accident upper chichester meeting house road near bridge road. there were people entrapped in the vehicle for a while. we have police and emergency on the scene blocking meeting house. stick to naamans road an alternate to that one. 30 minute ride on the schuylkill expressway eastbound an accident moved on the shoulder approaching girard.
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if you're traveling eastbound on the schuylkill expressway watch for that creating a slow go. >> we'll take a short break and come back to accuweather. >> reporter: clowrpd -- cloudy
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skies across the region. already warm and sticky temperatures in the mid 70s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a high of 94 with heat indexes making it feel like over 100. it's going to be steamy we have the heat warning and advisory across the region. still oppressive tomorrow still under the heat warning and heat advisories until 8378. there could a thunderstorm around and where they hit it could produce a drenching downpour.
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>> that's it for "action news," we'll send you back to "g.m.a." and see you in 30.
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about a free trial offer. if you can't afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. all eyes on donald trump as he prepares to announce his running mate. newt gingrich saying the race is between him and governor mike pence. trump says he will reveal his vp choice tomorrow. >> they'll appear tomorrow in new york around 11:00 a.m. northeast and midwest on high alert after storms spread from kansas to new york. flash floods and emergency rescues in pennsylvania overnight and more severe weather on the way. there's a new headline about self-driving cars. this morning "consumer reports" is calling on tesla to disable their automatic steering function until it can be reprogrammed to require drivers to keep their hands on the wheel. >> and speaking of on the road, there is a new report now out about road rage. an estimated 8 million people displaying anger on the road. we'll dig into the stunning
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numbers. what's behind them all coming up in our big board in just a minute. >> that is coming up. twitter rage though as well surrounding taylor swift. her team has revealed she co-wrote the calvin harris song "this is what you came for." now, of course, calvin is her ex-boyfriend. he's fighting back a little on twitter. david wright with all the details. hello, david. >> well, it's swift revenge, maybe. harris' ex taylor swift ended months of speculation about who wrote his new hit with rihanna and the timing of it leads many to speculate whether the song maybe wasn't a factor in the breakup. normally taylor swift writes songs about her exes, not for them. ♪ this is what you came for >> reporter: "this did what you came for" may not be what recording artist calvin harris bargained for recorded with rihanna it is a smash hit number four on billboard's hot 100. the video viewed more than 200 million times. taylor swift now reveals that nils sjoberg, who supposedly
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wrote the lyrics is actually assume anymore for her. but the day the song dropped ryan seacrest asked harris about swift, his then girlfriend. >> will you do a collaboration with your girlfriend? >> we haven't even spoken about it. i can't see it happening. >> reporter: awkward. could that be the reason that weeks later she and harris were splitsville and suddenly there was all that pda with her new beau tom hiddleston. the romance documented from rome to rhode island. the couple even canoodling in the ocean while he wore an i love ts t-shirt. harris took to twitter to compliment swift's lyrics but then accused swift and her team of going so far out of that way to try and make me look bad adding i figure if you're happy in your new relationship, you should focus on that instead of trying to tear your e. boyfriend down for something to do. ♪ shake it off >> reporter: clearly finding it hard to shake it off. this isn't the first time harris
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has had drama with an ex over a song. cue ryan seacrest again. >> unfortunately, we could have done the teen choice awards. >> what happened? >> ask calvin. >> reporter: rita ora said after he broke up he prevented her from performing their new song at the teen choice awards. could swift now do the same to him? >> she could not prevent him from performing the song live. she could prevent him from performing it on television, on a livestream, on a radio station's video show. >> reporter: ouch. he even teased about the rivalry with katy perry lashing out at him because she has time on her hands and needs somebody new to bur a like katy. katy perry tweeted this out of her favorite candidate. what do you guys think? shake it off? >> oh, i think we ought to take
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it inside. thanks, david. >> all right. thank you, david. now to an abc news exclusive. we're going to have the latest on the tragic death of a navy s.e.a.l. trainee. a san diego medical examiner is labeling his death by drowning a homicide. i sat down with his sister and family attorney speaking out for the first time. james derek lovelace was just one week into his navy s.e.a.l. training when the unthinkable happened. drowning during a swimming exercise. why did he want to become a s.e.a.l. so badly? >> he said i want to defend my country. i want to fight terrorism. he wanted to help this country and make a difference. >> reporter: last wednesday a medical examiner's report was made public ruling the 21-year-old's may death a homicide, saying while some could consider his death an accident, the actions and the inactions of the instructors and other individuals involved were excessive and directly contributed to the death. you found out your brother's death was ruled a homicide. >> yes.
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>> how? >> by reading the autopsy report on facebook. we had no clue that the autopsy report was going to come out and be shown to the public before the family. >> reporter: navy s.e.a.l. train something considered to be the most rigorous training in the u.s. military. while the report says lovelace was reported to not be a strong swimmer, his family disagrees saying he sent home letters writing, the pool here is so nice, i love swimming in it. i'd say i'm one of the most fit guys in here. i'd rather die than quit so i know i'm going to make it through. >> i talked to him the day before he passed away. he said he was going through these exercises like nothing, something wasn't done right. >> reporter: while instructors are supposed to create adverse conditions like splashing and yelling, dunking goes against training regular laces. the medical examiner and ncis officer watched surveillance video showing him struggling and an instructor approaches and
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dunks him continually 134r5shing him for several minutes as he continues to struggle before dunking him again. >> i think it's fair to say there is a few bad apples and kind of rogue instructors that took it too far and that's really the problem here. >> reporter: according to the report he was still breathing when he was eventually pulled out of the pool but soon turned unresponsive. >> i think the medical examiners came to their conclusion that the dunking started his initial drowning and from then on, they caused what happened to him ultimately. >> do you believe that you'll be allowed to see that video. >> i believe when the ncis investigation is over we will be. i mean, if not i won't stop until i have my hands on it. >> reporter: while defense officials say the medical examiner's ruling does not mean a crime had been committed the navy tells abc news it is fully cooperating with authorities and remains committed to providing the lovelace family as much support as possible in this difficult time. what does justice look like to you? >> i want to see the instructors
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held accountable for their actions. >> reporter: derek's sister lindsay and his girlfriend rachel are starting justice for derek raising money for boys who want to become s.e.a.l.s to go to crossfit if they can't afford it. derek had intended to propose to rachel with his late mother's wedding ring in june. sadly, he came to such a tragic end there in may but despite what happened to him, the fact that the family wants to encourage other young men to join the s.e.a.l.s is pretty remarkable. that's their support for the military and what derek would have wanted. >> they do deserve a lot of answers. >> they do. >> thanks very much. coming up when we come back on our big board, tom brady's big setback. will deflategate go the supreme court. road rage revelations, nearly 0% of us admit we get angry behind the wheel. is "game of thrones" set to crush the competition at the emmy, our insiders are back in just two minutes. to severe plaq, isn't it time to let the real you shine through?
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with more of today's top stories and we'll start with deflategate, it's still around. legal battle between tom brady and the nfl could end up in the supreme court after brady was denied a rehearing by the 2nd circuit court of appeals. we talk about that with sunny hostin. the question is is tom brady going to give up or go to the supreme court? what do you think the chances are. >> well, i got to tell you, i don't think there are very many chances. this is a real hail mary by tom brady. the supreme court review is discretionary and takes less than 5% of its cases and so the bottom line is out of 7,000 to 10,000 cases only about 80 are taken so it's very unlikely. >> so unlikely that it be taken. i also heard ruth bader ginsburg could be back in the news with this one because he could dir t directly appeal to her. what are the chances, by the way, if she or the court decides to hear 9 case that he could win? >> i don't think that the notorious rbg is going to give him a win here.
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the bottom line is that because she comes from the 2nd circuit, yes, she is the justice that will hear this petition but four out of eight of the justices have to agree to take this case so this is a really juicy sports controversy, a legal one, not so much. >> what's his best argument? >> he has an argument that nfl commissioner roger goodell did him wrong. he's saying roger goodell shouldn't have suspended him for four games. he's saying roger goodell acted outside the scope of the collective bargaining agreement and didn't give him adequate notice of the rules. he is pretty upset with the nfl commish but the supreme court taking deflategate case with all the things that are going on in the world, doubtful. >> don't bet on it, okay, thanks. >> fair enough. now to an alarming new report on road rage. the american automobile association revealing this morning nearly 0% of drivers admit to expressing significant anger behind the wheel at least once in the past year.
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dr. elizabeth lombardo, a clinical psychologist joins us now, dr. lombardo, i have to say that i'm not surprised by those numbers. we're saying it's outrageous about i don't think it is having driven a few times in my life. what do you think why people are so quick to rage when they're behind the wheel? we can all be mild-mannered and get behind the wheel and change. >> stress levels are higher than ever. when we stress out we tend to personalize other people's behavior, they're insulting me by doing that and the anonymity of driving, you don't see them face-to-face an a lot of types we give ourselves permission to act more aggressively. >> if you feel this coming on and boiling up h. is for amy more than anyone he, what do you do? >> quick intervention, amy. >> so what tips do you have. >> what you want to do, first is take a deep breath or turn up your music. laugh even if something isn't
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funny, do something to reduce your stress. stress is on a continuum from 0 to 10. when we are at a 7 or higher we don't think rationally. so first decrease that stress. and then play the game i call i wonder why. i wonder why they reacted like that. we tend to assume it's because they're being insulting to us but really maybe they're on their way to the hospital because someone's having a baby or maybe they're trying to get away from their in-laws as quickly as possible. when you change your perspective it can change your life. >> put yourself in the other driver's shoes. >> get away from their in-laws. that's hilarious. if i'm alone i try to pretend my children are in the car and react differently or hopefully when our children are in the car. >> all right, thank you, dr. lombardo. that was great. now we move on to the emmy nominations. they're set to announce them later this morning and choose from 8,000 submissions over 100 categories and nick watt joins us from l.a. this morning. hey, nick. you're looking dapper this morning there by the stage. what kind of story lines are you
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expecting this morning? >> reporter: well, george, it's going to be all about "game of thrones." that show can become the most decorated drama in emmy history. right now tied with i believe "the west wing" and "hill street blues." last year 24 nominations and 12 wins, but it was not always so. in season one the they only won two for the opening title credit and peter dinklage, of course, who will get nominated again this year. probably when he wasn't quite so front and center in this last season but, you know, the cultural impact of this is immense. i know people who have named their babies khaleeskhaleesi. >> this season in my opinion the best yet so that will be exciting. big focus is on the limited series category and this is often overlooked. who they're saying may be nominated. i've seen every one of these shows. >> you know, in this age of kind
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of on demand tv viewing, this category has really come to the fore. we have "fargo," "roots," "american crime" on abc and the frankly overrated "night manager" and o.j. simpson. "the people v. o.j. simpson," now, this show, they've taken a 120er -- we know how it ends and made it scintillating, fantastic tv and the acting, i mean courtney b. vance, cuba gooding jr., john travolta, sara paulsen and david schwimmer playing the original kardashian. one critic said if this does not win, the emmys are broken, broken forever. >> wow. you showed how much you're working. have all that time on planes to watch all of these shows. >> download them and watch them. it's true. >> i got to put nick on the spot. what's the matter with "night manager." >> exactly. >> you know, i'm british so i see through this british thing. not everything that british
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people say is smart, clefr or funny. i see through that show. i love tom hiddleston as much as the next man but i don't love that show. >> you don't love tom hiddleston as much as the next woman because he is nice to look at too, another big perk of the show. >> taylor swift agrees. thank you. dr. lombardo, thank you, sunny, as well. that was great. coming up our hot shot of the day. a 7-year-old's invention to keep pokemon go players safe. we'll reveal what it is when we come back. on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose
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>> oh. >> i doesn't know that was water. >> what about amy and i'll favorite. someone falling. it was nighttime -- >> that's another's pain. >> it's true, though. it's true. >> he was okay. he was okay. >> really are empathetic people. >> unless you fall. >> unless you fall. if you're going to fall i give you permission to laugh at me as well. a 7-year-old from nebraska is hoping to prevent future unplanned swims creating safety buttons that light up for pokemon go players. the young entrepreneur with the help of his mom came up with fu page to help with production. this is cute. one of my favorite quotes is i don't want to be rich by selling these because i'll be in the nfl. so i wanted to know he can do both, be rich and -- >> try to help. >> he doesn't want anyone getting hurt. >> on a positive note, thank
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>> good morning, i'm tamala edwards, 7:56, thursday, july 14. let's see where things are on regional rail with karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: we have overcrowding with the lansdale and doylestown line. west transport line, 22 -- trenton line, 22 minutes, swathmore, 13 minutes. outside on the schuylkill expressway, montgomery drive heavier volume eastbound we have a car off to the shoulder. we're delayed because of the earlier accident near girard which was blocking two lanes, 40 minute ride on the schuylkill expressway. we have a new accident on conshohocken state road at rock hill road. this accident in delaware county has been a mess, a single-vehicle accident this car hit a parked car and overturned and two adults and child were briefly trapped in the vehicle. meeting house road near bridge
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road. we have crews on the scene. >> let's go to sky6 live hd take a live look out across center city. david the heat and humidity will be something today. >> reporter: yeah, they will, right now we have clouds, i'm almost happy to see that because it's blocking early sunshine. mid to upper 70s. 76 in in philadelphia. extremely humid. this afternoon we have oppressive and excessive heat warning and advisory across the entire region. today's high, 94 it will feel like 100. we'll get the blazing sunshine polking out from behind the clouds. a drenching shower or thunderstorm this afternoon tomorrow we do it again, still oppressive, 96. feeling like one 100 or more better for the weekend. out of control vehicle struck a parked suv and flipped over on the 2200 block of meeting house road in upper chichester before 6:00 a.m. emergency crews pulled two
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. trump about to reveal his running mate set to make a decision today. newt gingrich says it's down to him and indiana governor mike pence. the latest on who could join trump on the trail. dr. phil fights back. >> are you kidding me? >> the talk show host and his five file a quarter billion dollar lawsuit against "national enquirer" saying they crossed a line, lied over and over, dan abrams weighs in live on the case. ♪ proud husband, one day after jennifer aniston says she's fed up with all the pregnancy speculation and tabloid rumors justin theroux with his own response and it's picture perfect. ♪ welcome to my house we're taking you on the red carpet and backstage for the biggest night if sports from john cena to shaq. >> not as hots awe.
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>> to lindsey vonn, peyton, kobe and abby. see what they're revealing to our cameras. >> that's what squishy is. >> as we say -- >> all: >> all: good morning, america. >> that was horrible. let's do it and -- >> i don't know how to do that. >> all: good morning, america. >> good for abby to get them to do it a second time. on this thursday morning in times square, it means, of course, tory johnson is here with big "deals & steals" on summer's hottest items, up to 68% off. >> also this morning, we have style expert lori bergamotto here. she's got more ways to reinvent classics. this morning she is putting new twists, oh, there it is on an old favorite, the jean jacket. that's coming up. >> it looked like t.j. was
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having fun last night at the espys. got a nice shoutout from shaq. now nba mvp steph curry doing a special warm-up dance with chance the rapper. ♪ [ laughter ] now, chance is muhammad ali's tribute was one of the great moments of the night and t.j., you see him right there will bring us exclusive access backstage but we have to get the morning rundown from paula faris. >> good morning, america. how was that impression of abby wambach. donald trump preparing to announce his running mate tomorrow. former house speaker newt gingrich is now claiming he is one of the finalists and abc's tom llamas has the latest on the veepstakes. >> reporter: we do learn very soon who donald trump's running mate is going to be. sources tell abc news the decision is between newt gingrich and indiana governor mike pence. now, overnight, newt gingrich made the case saying he thinks donald trump right now is considering whether it's going to be him or governor mike pence
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and one of them will get the call today to find out that it will be donald trump's running mate. now, newt making the case that he is cut from the same cloth as donald trump, even using these words, they are both pirates. newt says pence is the solid choice so we'll have to see who trump picks. we do know on friday at 11:00 a.m. trump will appear with his running mate and tweeted that information out and we also know who is going to be speaking at the rnc convention. we know all the trump adult children will speak, melania trump will speak as well as long with senators ted cruz, speaker paul ryan, governor chris christie and, yes, newt gingrich. >> quite a list. thanks. also speaking at the convention will be eileen collins, the first woman to command a space shuttle mission and "the new york times" says tim tebow will also address the convention. and in washington, an extremely powerful moment from the national's only black republican speaking out about racial pro-piling. senator tim scott described the, quote, humiliation of being targeted by police revealing that he has been pulled over
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seven times in one year. often for nothing more than driving a new car. and the aclu is suing baton rouge police over their treatment of protesters rallying against the shooting of alton sterling. the suit claims officers used excessive force against the crowd. these issues will be the focus of tonight's town hall with president obama right here on abc, the president and the people, a national conversation begins at 8:00 eastern. there is a new effort to confront the opioid abuse epidemic. president obama says that he will sign a bill that treats addiction like a disease instead of a crime. this new effort will increase access to a drug that reverses an overdose. and a parenting alert. your child's bedtime could affect their health years down the road. a new study found that preschoolers who went to bed by 8:00 p.m. were far less likely to be obese as teenagers than those who went to bed at 9:00. that's because those who stayed up tended to snack more.
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a taxpayer outrage where francois hollande may be having a bad hair day. word leaked his hairstylist is getting paid 10 grand a month. hollande promised to be less extravagant than his predecessor. a scary sight at the supermarket. a giant lizard strolling through the automatic doors of a store in thailand. there were a couple of brave workers, some men, that pushed the roaming reptile out. it refused to go out without a fight, though. really i think it's there just to enjoy the store's ac. they eventually used cardboard signage to nudge it out to the parking lot. but i don't know about you, my first instinct is not to go near the reptile. >> that's a good instinct. >> and they were telling it go away. i don't think it can understand you. so maybe -- >> are you sure? >> i don't have that on record but let's call some reptilians, okay, some experts but just a hunch. >> thank you, paula.
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over to sara for "pop news." >> thanks, george. we start with alicia keys called on hollywood's biggest names for a powerful rallying cry in response to police brutality. take a look. >> failing to signal a lane change, riding in your girlfriend's car with a child in the back. >> running to the bathroom in your own apartment. >> missing a front license plate. >> we are here movement lists ordinary actions that resulted in the loss of black american lives. beyonce, kevin hart and chris rock are just a handful of celebrities joining forces to bring about change. queen latifah, adam levine and taraji p. henson also spoke up to make a difference in collaboration with >> that is powerful. up next, wednesday we told you about jennifer aniston's powerful op-ed slamming the tabloids and photogs who suggested she may be prelg. overnight her husband justin theroux posting this photo on
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instagram with the kapgs # womancrushwednesday. it's a surprising move more justin who rarely shares photos of his wife on social media. the last was five months ago on valentine's day but they're always picture perfect, of course, i love that she's speaking out because how often as women are you asked are you pregnant or who are you with? >> i was asked the other day if i was pregnant again and i'm not. i was wearing a baggy shirt. >> she told you it was a burrito. >> what's wrong with that? >> the problem is once you've been pregnant several times -- yeah, get it all out. >> we have more to offer the world. finally proof that some movies are timeless, continuing to inspire generation after generation, take a look at little charlie from ohio who has found his fitness inspiration from the movie "rocky 2." >> oh, there we go. >> those are great push-ups. >> oh, my gosh.
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timberlake. behind the scenes, a lot of fun at the espys. first dr. phil is taking on "the national enquirer," the tv host and his wife filing a $250 million lawsuit against the tabloids and its parent company saying they falsely accused him of spousal abuse. abc's linsey davis has that story. in are you kidding me? >> reporter: he's the booming texas voice known for dishing out down to earth advice. >> the thing that will keep you consistent is accountability. >> reporter: but this morning dr. phil mcgraw says he's finished playing nice with the tabloids. >> this is just attention getting behavior on your part. >> reporter: the talk show host and his wife are taking american media inc. which owns "national enquirer" to court suing them for libel. they allege "the national enquirer" and its sister publications published more than 85 false articles about them over the past 13 years claiming the stories were usually without any legitimate sources, without
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any basis in fact or taken entirely out of context. >> dr. phil has only one person to blame for the skeletons that lurk inside his closet and that is himself. "the national enquirer," radar online and "tar" magazine cannot be held accountable for those actions. >> reporter: dr. phil says they were salacious and unfounded. front cover spreads accuse him of cheating and physical abuse and of being a fraud. he argues these stories hurt his reputation. >> we look forward to successfully defending ourselves in a court of law. >> reporter: just this week, "the national enquirer" doubled down with another article similar to those dr. phil is challenging in his lawsuit. >> the real dr. phil will be unmasked through depositions, through the evidence we have in our possession and through this litany of lawsuits that has been filed against him. >> reporter: dr. phil's lawyer tells abc news in a statement, "the couple wants to stop these lies and the business practice of libel for profit."
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for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> and joining us now with more abc news chief legal analyst dan abrams. dan, we hear these headlines have been going on for 13 years so let's talk about the timing. why sue now? >> well, they had a kind of truce in place from 2013 to 2015 where dr. phil agreed not to sue them. they sort of held off on writing new articles. they agreed to sort of toll which means to extend the statute of limitations if need be and then according to dr. phil as soon as that two-year period ends, they start writing the articles again, he says dredging up the old information again, republishing those articles, those allegations, et cetera, and that's why it's happening now. one of the legal fights will be over whether the statute of limitations is expired. >> yeah, from linsey davis' piece "the national enquirer" and its parent company seem very confident. what do you think the chances are that dr. phil can win this? >> well, look, these lawsuits
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are always hard because not only does dr. phil have to show that it was false, but he also has to show that the tabloids knew or reasonably should have known it was false. now his position is we informed them, they knew it. but, remember, a lot of what they're taking, you see those quote, right, around some of the words in the headlines, some of those are taken directly from lawsuits against dr. phil and the tabloids is going to say, look, we were simply reporting on what other lawsuits had alleged, so these lawsuits are never easy. there's a whole list of allegations here and they're going to have to go through each and every one to determine which ones are the strongest one, which ones make it into court. >> all right, dan abrams with the latest for us, thanks so much, dan. coming up next here, your all access pass to the espys, wait until you see what all the stars are saying backstage about the biggest night in sports. el, and i quit smoking with chantix.
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every minute and, boy, t.j., looked like had a lot of fun backstage too. >> i guess you can tell. you can tell when i'm having a good time. welcome back to the red carpet at l.a. live. i showed you what happened on stage. but now let me take you offstage and backstage where stuff was going down and discovered the host john cena had a plan for in case he bombed and discovered the reason behind kobe bryant's new facial hair and discovered abby wambach has apparently let herself go. it's the biggest night in sports. athletes trading in their uniforms for something a little more stylish for the espys' red carpet. how hot are you. >> i'm about as hot as you good-looking fella. >> i'm in actual heat. >> i love meeting new athletes and hearing their stories and talking shop. >> that's boring. >> what do you really talk about. >> how much can they bench press and do a squat contest. who can play the best cornhole. >> this year's host john cena stepped out of the wrestling
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ring and took 1e7b ter stage but came with a plan. you got something special cooking for us. >> here's the thing, if i go out there and bomb, i can always do what i do in the wwe, i just go like this and they can't see me. >> reporter: the wwe star took jabs at some of the best athletes in the world. >> that one magical night of the year when j.r. smith wears a shirt. >> reporter: king james, however, was hard to miss. the nba finals mvp took the stage with his fellow cavs adding to their trophy collection. >> go ahead, swish. >> speak up. >> he got a shirt on too, by the way. >> reporter: and justin timberlake gave a little bye, bye, bye to three sports legends handing out the icon award to retiring athlete, peyton manning, abby wambach and kobe bryant. don't this the wrong way. you are the oldest people i talked to this evening. you know what i'm saying. >> thank you. >> how much have you been working out. >> i took six months off and got
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squishy. i'm starting to get back on that train. >> squishy. is that squishy that's what squishy is. >> when you're doing it by yourself it's more of a challenge but i've been able to keep a good routine but a little more of a challenge. i'll admit that. >> i'm the same way but the motivation did a lot different. easy to roll over and go back to sleep. >> another on the way. >> yes. >> due date. >> in the fall, three girls. just really excited. >> all going to play women's soccer. >> amen to that. >> guys. >> reporter: all right, kobe did admit that, yes, he looked at that treadmill at 5:00 a.m. and the playoffs isn't coming and motivation is not different and not on it. peyton in a turquoise jacket looked like he belonged on a boat and rising to look the part of retirement. this is their one night so they love it. one night athletes get. actors have several and musicians do too. this is the one night they get together and make the best out of it. >> it's go the a lot of sparkle. a nice shoutout from shaq too.
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>> reporter: yeah, you know, we go way back now. [ laughter ] >> great job, t.j. thanks very much. outside to ginger. >> love that, t.j. george, yes, you've got to meet shake her wood -- lake her wood, california. this one in colorado doesn't look like it will get contained until early october. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: we have hot and humid conditions building, earlier showers an sprinkles gone. we have fair amount of cloud cover out there. once the sunshine busts through,
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it will feel oppressive. we'll have a high of 94 feeling like 100 with oppressive heat and humid. we do it all over again tomorrow. 96. eseing back for the weekend --esing back for the weekend, humid. assics. how to take your jean jacket to the next level at work, on the weekend, wherever you go. >> good morning, i'm tamala
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edwards, 8:27 july 14. we've got a back up out there, let's go over to roj. good karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: we have are a jump up on the the -- jam up on the the schuylkill expressway blocking the right lane. a new accident 202 southbound on only the shoulder squeezing by, we have debris on the road, as well. we have a problem on the septa regional rails, because the trains are crowded they are running express on lansdale, doylestown. 40 minute delays the entire line. a couple of trains 22 minutes late on west trenton and saght
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saght -- swathmore line. 295 northbound approaching 16 the left lane is blocked. a handful of problems and it's heating up with the regional rails. >> let's go outside to david murphy to tell us about heat and high humidity. >> reporter: it's warm under the clouds, 77 degrees in philadelphia. similar numbers from the shore up to allentown. this afternoon and excessive heat warning kicks in at noon and doesn't end until 8:00 p.m. friday evening. the next a couple of days oppressive heat and humidity highs in the 90s and feeling like 100. we could have a brief thunderstorm rolling through. saturday, not atmosphere -- as hot and humid, 89. better this weekend, tam.
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>> that's good to hear. let's go back to "g.m.a." and see you in 30.
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♪ xs and the os. they haunt me ♪ ♪ like -- >> you know the hit "xs and os" from elle king. can you hear it live tomorrow. this is different, right here in times square tomorrow. not in central park. it'll be right here. >> all right. and this morning we have our style guru lori bergamotto. she's got the hottest ways to transform your jean jacket for the summer, just ahead. also coming up, world emoji day. what better way to celebrate than with emojis of our own. take a look at what our friends at disney did. this is me, amy, george, the ging. >> i love it. mine has weather icon. >> i was thinking the same thing. it looks like me without my nose. >> ginger and i look exactly alike which is why people always tell me i did a great job on "dancing with the stars." >> they ask me about my
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daughters. >> and how your baby is doing. >> yes. >> i lost 20 years. i'm happy about that. >> looks great. >> i actually think it looks exactly like you, george. >> exactly. it's all to celebrate the new game disney emoji blitz that stores more than 400 of your all-time favorite characters. we'll tell you about it coming up. first, george, time to chat emmys. >> yeah, that's right. we'll talk about that in a little bit counting down find out who is going for the gold in a few hours when they'll be announced. 8:30 pacific time and abc's nick watt is giving us a preview of the biggest contenders. >> reporter: just accept that "game of thrones," you know, dragons and nudity will bag a fistful but who else? >> quiet, woman. >> what the -- >> it would be a welcome, exciting nomination if "black-ish" was nominated. >> reporter: and star tracee ellis ross. >> this is huge. >> reporter: to join fellow multiple monikers julia louis louis-dreyf
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louis-dreyfus. >> "veep" is a certainty, "modern family," definitely certainty. >> excited about this. >> reporter: also viola davis. taraji p. henson. >> it's going to be huge. >> reporter: titus burgess, jeffrey tambor and -- >> i would announce they were broken if they did not nominate the o.j. simpson project. >> those gloves are too small. >> reporter: probable? >> i'm done trying to win over people's hearts. >> reporter: robin wright for "house of cards." >> she deserves an award alone for her posture. >> i'll do whatever it takes. >> reporter: tom hiddleston for "the night manager." >> everyone is attracted to you. >> i think tom would get a nomination for his role in that, simply for looking good. >> thank you. >> reporter: all right, the back of the line, "girls." i mean, enough. >> already. >> why are you being owe mean? >> reporter: dark horse, anyone from "outlander." keri russell from "the americans."
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>> we're in trouble. >> reporter: t.j. miller of "silicon valley." >> i'm a big fan. >> of what. >> met meusel. >> for my career. >> reporter: fresh off the boat's" con stance wu is a true breakout performer. >> i've been waiting for you. >> reporter: and we are going to hear those nominations any second now. well, a couple of hours and the actual awards, of course, are sunday, september 18th right here on abc. george. >> okay, nick, stick with us. i know you're here with matt be belloni. you don't like "girls" or "the night manager." you're letting it hang out there. >> i like some shows. "mr. robot" is goes to be a great one. i do love that. >> what are the categories -- >> i'm not down on all of them. >> what are the categories to watch. >> i think in the series category, you mentioned "mr. robot." that is a big question mark, whether that show gets in as a
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best series nominee. i think in the comedy series category, there's a couple of dark horse, there's a netflix show called "master of none" starring aziz ansari a lot think could get in and "black-ish," there is a lot of sentiment around "black-ish." people want that to get a nomination. didn't get a series nomination last year and i think this year could. >> what about the stars? who do you think the breakout stars will be. >> the big breakout, if "mr. robot" gets nominated could be rami malek ho is the star of that show. i mean it's got a lot of critical buzz and premiered the second season last night on usa and if he gets a nomination that could really be a star-making move for him. and i think all of the people on "the people v. o.j. simpson," that has a huge ensemble cast and you could see nominations for almost all of them from john travolta to sterling k. -- to sarah paulson to the actors who played johnnie cochran and christopher darden, all of them could get nominated. >> and, nick, give us a dark
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horse prediction. >> well, i think "the americans" is a great tv show and not one nearly enough -- constance wu, connor jessup cfrom "american crime" and an seize azari from "master of none." pretty amazing show. he's not the best actor in the world but that show is groundbreaking, is very amusing, very entertaining, very watchable. >> i love how nick has an opinion about everything. that's hilarious. matt, i want to ask which categories do you think are the most difficult to predict on this one? >> you know, i think the interesting thing will be the best actress category, whether some of these shows that are on their last legs, final season like "the good wife" and "downton abbey," whether julianna margulies, michelle dockery will get nominations on the way out.
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sometimes shows get the, you know, sort of crowning achievement when their final seasons are nominated and the actors are, sometimes they don't. so we'll maybe have a jon hamm situation or not. >> we will see soon enough. matt and nick, thank you both. watch the 68th emmy awarded hosted by jimmy kimmel on september 18th right here on abc. out to ginger now. you're not happy because it's stormy. you can't understand rapids, michigan for -- grand rapids, michigan, i love that. severe storms in the center and new england. that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to your home. >> reporter: all right, ginger we're sweating across the region today. a lot of clouds, no rain, right
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now. we rise from the 70s to a high of 94. humidity so high feeling like 100. same story tomorrow, better for the weekend. st-paced game readyo download right now. play with more than 400 disney and pixar emoji, the faster you play the more you'll earn them, genie and elsa. you can see how the game is played right there. you're seeing it roo right now. check out the cool emojis they're holding all in the game. so much fun all in the palm of your hand ready to play on your mobile device at this moment. amy. >> all right, ginger, thanks so much. now to a health headline about acne and the common household items that could cause it. the latest issue of "redbook" breaks it down and mara schiavocampo has the best ways to keep your skin looking and feeling great.
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♪ >> reporter: want to beat breakouts? turns out some everyday items could be causing acne. we caught up with victoria kirby, beauty director at "redbook" to get the scoop. first up cotton pillowcases. >> can pillows cause acne. >> most of us sleep on a cotton pillowcase and cotton causes friction against your skin. so switch to a satin pillowcase or even better a silk pillowcase. >> reporter: dirt and oil build up on our pillowcases are the culprit that often end up blocking pores and triggering acne. next up, your cell phone. >> how many types a day do you touch your phone screen. >> millions. >> they show most people touch it over 150 times a day and everything that's on your fingers you're bringing all those germs directly to your screen so then you can make a phone call all that bacteria is coming into contact with your face. using anti-bacterial wipe, wipe down your screen and your entire phone every night. >> reporter: finally tight clothes and clothing with straps
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like sports bras and shoulder pads. how can clothes create acne? >> oh, yes, when it's really tight against your skin it's holding in sweat and bacteria, so try to get in the habit after you work out of taking off your sports bra or top immediately and showering. switch to looser, more breathable clothing. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. joining us now dermatology and skin expert dr. rosemarie ingleton. thank you for being with us today. >> good morning. >> i see you brought with you some common household items that can cause acne. >> yes. >> tell us about them. >> well, one of the major things that we need to avoid when we're taking care of our skin and we're prone to acne is avoid heavy oils, things like corn oil, you know, olive oil, coconut oil which everybody is using. >> right. >> avoid heavy butters things that have coconut butter in it is a real problem and maybe caster oil, heavy cocoa butters
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are all problems. >> are these top to cal or things you ingest. >> common hair product, skin produc products, moisturizers, makeup even. >> you have to read the label carefully then what are the best solutions then to treat acne at home. >> well, the first thing you want to do is make sure you choose products that are n nonco-immediategenic. that means they don't have oils and ingredients known to clog pores so that's step one. try treating also with an over-the-counter product if you don't have a dermatologist something with salicylic acid, maybe benzoyl peroxide, all helpful. >> how about washing your face? a better way to wash your face to avoid acne. >> there sure is. it's important that you choose products that are going to be just gentle and soap-free but more importantly be consistent. morning and night clean your phrase and never sleep with makeup on. >> never sleep -- my mom always told me that, all right. dr. rosemarie ingleton, thanks so much for joining us this morning. >> ply measure. coming up next great summer "deals & steals," clothes, accessories and more starting,
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tory johnson here this thursday morning with a nice, happy crowd. a lot of summer stuff today. >> a lot of summer stuff and start with the first one here, tunics. what are great about these, they're superlightweight. breezy to use as a beach cover-up but opaque fabric so that you can put it on to go out with jeans, shorts, jeggings, whatever it is that you like to wear and a really fabulous deal. an assortment of colors, even more online normally $78, these are slashed by 63%. $29 and free shiping. >> free shipping too. >> free shipping. >> these are fun. these are part of the big trend right now which is choker necklaces. what i love about these is that you can wear these three ways. your girls would know all about it. they would know all about this so this is something you can wear as a choker, tight necklace or a little longer because they're all adjustable which is great or as a wrap brace let so you get kind of a lot of mile e
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mileage. >> the chokers are really in. >> look at that. you know that. >> my girls do. >> three girls, that's what happens when you have a house full of the most fashionable girls. so fabulous deal on these. normally $30 to 45 $45 bz all slashed so $15 apiece to get in on the trend. i love that. okay, another trend, bling, everybody loves bling. kings of cole have done an assortment of tops all incredibly lightweight cotton. just super soft material. there is the v-neck tee, the tanks then the brand-new baseball caps with all kinds of fun embellishments so sort of like something for every mood no matter what mood you're in, there's something that just makes the day a little more fun when you add sparkle. big discount on these. normally they start at $38, everything is slashed by at least 53% so all of the pieces, 18 to $22. i love that. okay, this is another big summer trend right now.
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on these -- pouches with patches. so you buy them all individually, letters, all kinds of different symbols. you can either stick them on to patches or stick them on to jean, jean jackets. >> the crops too. >> yes, people put them all over the place. they're really fun to design your own. a fabulous deal from kitsch on these. normally they start from 18 to $22 for the pouches but today everything is slashed in half starting at just $4. a care package. >> last but not least lunch boxes. what i love about these, you'll feel that this one is cold -- outside not freezing on the inside it is because we put this in the freezer overnight and it will then stay cold for up to ten hours so you don't need messy ice packs that drip, that get lost that are just creating a big mess. no ice packs, it's built inside the freezable gel is built in. >> perfect. >> big assortment of styles to choose from when you go to our website normally starting at
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$16, everything slashed in half. lunch bags starting at in all kinds of great deals 689s as always, thanks very much. thanks to these cans for providing great dees and a bonus deal at on yahoo! we'll be back with jean jackets.
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time now for our fashion series, reinventing classics and this morning it's all about jean jackets and easy ways to upgrade them. back again with her tips, "good housekeeping" style director lori bergamotto. thanks for being us. >> thank you. i'm so excited to be here with both of you. >> we all have one of these jean jackets, possibly the same one from when we were in eighth grade if that's fine. >> do they ever go out of style. >> they never go out of style. the denim jacket is a style chameleon and we'll show you today how you can -- you probably have one at home. how you can get an affordable
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one and what to look for. >> let's get the looks going. come on out, ladies. >> all right. we have the girls coming out. i'm going to tell you, guys, these are under $30 at old navy. the thing to maximize versatility. hit around your hipbone that you can button up and down easily and scrunch the sleeves. >> the first look a lot think jean jackets are too casual for work. >> right and the jacket by itself might be too casual but the way you wear it is what matters. you can see she's wearing it as a coverlet and we see this on street style. what it does give the outfit context and lets you know she's fancy going to work. >> sorry, i didn't want to jump ahead. the second one is upping your weekend game kind of. >> yes, shall we walk? >> let's do. >> on jane this is upping your weekend game. what we did is took the denim shirt and made it the denim jacket, excuse me and made it
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into a shirt. a lot of times people think it's a one-trick pony but it's a wardrobe workhorse. >> oh. >> essentially what we did a really fancy dress that she could wear to a wedding. just like you can take a denim jacket like we did with hannah and elevate a look, you can take this piece and dress it down. >> she has sneakers on too. >> all about pairing it down making it wearable for the weekend. >> i would never think to do that but it looks so great. >> and shop your closet. >> this is like, again, something i would never think to do. >> spicing up your wardrobe. >> you put it underneath as a layering piece and acknowledge this is thinking outside the box. that's what we do at "good housekeeping." try to be creative and buttoned it up and put a longer piece on top. again, this is something -- for somebody ho is more forward but a great season to season transition piece. >> has to be longer. >> the top should be longer then
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everything else should be more cut. thanks for pointing that out. >> i need to take notes on all this and we have a viewer question. >> i love viewer questions. >> about reinventing the look. >> i love my old denim jacket but the particular style i have feels outdated. what can i do to make it cool for the summer? s>> choreography. >> okay, so that is a great question and you can actually breathe new life into your denim jacket. what you need a pair of house scissors, you don't need fancy scissors. what you want to do is cut half an inch. this one is started. cut a half an inch off and flip it inside out because the seams are a little thicker here than they are here so you want to make sure you don't get frays. >> like the cheater line. >> exactly then start snipping away. another way if you're not ready to make the cut is add flair. >> i still have these on from
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eighth grade. >> buttons in an election year. >> just like my members only jacket. >> that's right and on tomorrow's show, amy's members only jacket. >> the issue of "good housekeeping" is on newsstands now. tomorrow lori will be back on how to style the off-shoulder top. we'll be right back. ♪
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♪ "good morning america" is brought to you by the makers of tylenol. for what matters most. ♪ they want me thanks for watching and thank you to our audience for helping us all get ready for world emoji day. >> that was a big help. tomorrow, elle king. she'll be here live right here in times square. great concert. have a great thursday, everyone. ♪ >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards, 8:56 thursday, july 14. karen rogers is watching 202, still trouble out there, good
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morning. >> reporter: information they are blocking all lanes on 202 southbound. a fire truck is getting ready to leave the scene police, emergency. there's a flat bed tow truck trying to pull out the accident scene. 202 they are allowing traffic to get by you're jammed from the turnpike to the schuylkill expressway. regional rails we have express because of overcrowding on lansdale doylestown line. swathmore line, 26 minute delays, west trenton, 24 minutes. i've been tweeting these out to help you out. >> let's go outside to the david murphy we're in the cooker. >> reporter: we are, it's going to be soupy and hot. 78 degrees in philadelphia right now and getting up close to 08 in allentown, as well. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, well, it's cloudy for now, we'll bust sun out as we go through the day.
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hot and humid, high of 94. steamy and oppressive tomorrow. there are heat warnings and advisories across the entire region starting today at noon and not ending until 8:00 p.m. friday night. looks like we ease down to closer to 90 for the weekend with moderate humidity this weekend. >> coming up today on "action news" at noon, septa will have more on the problems on regional rails. they will tell us what they are doing to get it fixed. "live with kelly" is next on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. have a great thursday!
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>> it's "live with kelly." today, one of the stars of "cafe society," chris step stewart. and from the new " ghostbusters" movie, kate mckinnon. plus, she's back for another -- he's back for another day at the co-host desk, fred savage, all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> and now here are kelly ripa and fred savage. [applause] kelly: hi, hi. hi, guys.


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