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is morning good morning, america. new this morning. isis in the homeland. second man knew arrested overnight after that dramatic terror takedown in parking lot outside boston. police and fbi shooting that other terror suspect. >> all right, there's shots fired, units, shots fired. >> both inspired by the brutal group, planning to attack uniformed officers, lunging at them with this military knife. happening now. double threat. the second named storm of the season about to become a major hurricane. winds expected to hit 150 miles an hour taking aim at denver right now. terrifying plunge. the incredible footage of a skier plunging into a deep hole, all captured on helmet camera. the snow collapsing under him, the desperate screams for help. how he was finally rescued.
okay, you can cross this one off the bucket list. how one man's family helped him fulfill his dream. why he always wanted to do this. and what he said when he broke through. and good morning, america. boy, you got to love walter thomas 90 years old, illinois, drives right through his garage that's what he wanted to do robin, a different twist on your phrase everybody's got something. >> everybody got a little something different on the bucket list. but we begin with that growing threat from isis in the homeland. that new arrest made overnight after that deadly shooting outside boston police and fbi working together to take down a suspect threatening them.
abc's tom llamas in boston with the latest for us. good morning tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning. the call from isis to attack uniformed police officers in america has apparently reached boston, but authorities caught up to two men who allegedly wanted to answer that call. one dead. the other set to appear in court this morning. this morning, the fbi and boston police actively working an isis terror-related investigation that tuesday led to a deadly confrontation in this cvs parking lot. usaama rahim allegedly lunging at a police officer. >> gave commands to him to drop the weapons. unfortunately came after the officers. unfortunately, they had to take a life. >> reporter: law enforcement sources telling abc news that rahim made statements indicating
that he wanted to attack uniformed police officers. rahim had been under 4-hour surveillance by the joint terrorism task force. >> the level of evidence brought us to question him. >> reporter: when officers shot his brother, rahim was on his way to work, his brother claims. police also arresting this man in nearby everett, sources tell us his name is david wright he also expressed an interest in taking up the isis call to attack police. and wright will be in federal court later this morning when he will be formally charged. let's bring in pierre thomas appears to be ramping up the response to these potential threats. >> today the fbi is looking closely at the boston suspect's
associates and begin dissecting every aspect of his life. the boston confrontation is reflect oif afteren ultra-aggressive threat. the fbi has identified in recent weeks. in some cases, the fbi is contacting suspects to let them know they're being watched or arresting them on lesser charges that could be made immediately. the fbi says it has identified hundreds of isis similar thesers here at home. >> pierre in washington congress passing and president signing a reinstatement of the patriot act. with some changes. what's the big change? >> exactly the real difference here is that the nsa will no longer be keeping these bulk telephone records, the telephone companies will.
if they want access they'll have to get a warrant to review. we'll have to see, george. >> we'll be watching pierre. now to those two extreme weather threats, they're on high alert for tornadoes in denver and a major hurricane is swarming in the pacific right now. taking aim at land and ginger. >> the immediate threat severe weather and we'll talk about where the weather is today. look at this bucket of hail. this is tennessee. they can pick it up by the handful. fortunately, no one was hurt here. we also have video from south dakota the supercell time-lapse. that's something that you could see anywhere from denver to the east today. you're in the enhanced threat area. almost to kansas city there. large spot here in the plains will see it later today and this evening. pacific, tropical storm andreas.
but blanca will become a major player. it could hurt a weak hurricane or a strong tropical storm. >>. >> thank you, ginger. more trouble for amtrak this morning, one of their trains in florida hit a car in half. abc's jim avila has the story. >> reporter: this morning, amtrak has more explaining to do. watch this surveilnce tape in jacksonville florida, catching the dramatic moment a passenger train carrying 171 people split this car in half. >> emergency, struck a vehicle right there at the metro. they come around the gates. >> reporter: ironically at exactly the same time the amtrak ceo was on capitol hill telling congress that it should be confident in the railroad. >> we run a safe railroad.
>> reporter: this time no one on the train from miami to new york was injured and even a pregnant mother and two others in the car survived with just minor injuries. >> all that i could think were about my girls. i jumped out of my car. when i turned around the back of the car wasn't there. >> reporter: just after this train derailed in philadelphia, killing eight and injuring 200 others. the amtrak's ceo's voice cracking as he promised improvements including speed monitoring. >> i regret it deeply. >> reporter: ntsb investigators are looking at whether new train cars could have prevented that crash. for "good morning america," jim avila avila, abc news washington. >> our thanks to jim> turning now to that deadly lion attack at a popular wildlife park overseas. we now know the identity of that
young american woman who was killed. abc's hamish macdonald has the latest from south africa. good morning. >> reporter: robin, good morning. we now know the identity of this american woman killed at this lion park it's 29-year-old katherine chappell. she was here in south africa to work on animal conservation. this morning, south africa's lion park up and running. can you see that? they've got their windows down. despite monday's deadly attack tourists are still choosing to keep their windows now. a fatal choice for an american tourist, katherine chappell killed this week by a lioness while taking photos of the animal. chappell just 29 years old, on a volunteer mission to protect wildlife. posting on instagram her love of travel and local culture.
investigators now looking into why her windows were wide open where the park's lions roamed free. >> you can take an animal out of the wild but you can never take that wild out of the animal. >> reporter: abc news has learned that the lioness had been mating and had her cubs with her, possibly explaining the attack. close calls have happened before. but tourists say remembering the rules is key. >> the signs are everywhere it's very safe if you follow the instructions. >> reporter: a tragic mistake of this lover of animals big and small. family remembering her thesaying her energy and passion could benot be contained. the evidence this morning is in the hands of police and will clearly form a crucial part of
this investigation. george. >> okay hamish, thanks. that deadly boat accident in china, time is running out in search for survivors. abc's terry moran is in london with the latest. good morning, terry. >> reporter: it's been more than 40 hours since that ferry capsized and in just minutes many passengers sleeping inging at the moment. there are no new reports of any survivors found since yesterday. it's a massive rescue effort a race against time. next officials say they may try one last drastic tactic cutting the ship in half. there are still air pockets inside this this 65-year-old woman pulled from the wreckage yesterday. 178 confirmed dead. at least 450 people were onboard. the captain survived he's under arrest and he told chinese media
that his ship founded in a storm. the the last pictures of the ship heading into the heavy weather. many family members heading to the banks of the river. cruising on that river, the yangtze has become a multimillion-dollar business. but there have been safety concerns. this could be the worst river disaster in 70 years. they're already cracking down on media coverage on the scene. >> incredibly sad situation. now to nfl star adrian peterson back on the field with the minnesota vikings and speaking out for the first time since he was sidelined last season after his arrest for child abuse. the star running back opened up about hiss time away from the game and abc's ryan smith is here with us with that. >> reporter: adrian peterson is
back opening up about how he made things right with his child. >> i learned a lot from misses the mistake. >> reporter: adrian peterson is back on the field since his arrest for child abusz nearly nine months ago. >> i'm moving forward. i'm focusing on what's in front of me and bettering myself. >> adrian peterson! >> reporter: in november the former league mvp was sidelined by the nfl for the season after being indicted in september for hitting his 4-year-old son with a switch leaving welts and bruises. >> the first person i apologized to was my son. it wasn't my intentions. i have been trying to move forward since. >> reporter: he pled no contest, serving no jail time. >> i have always supported him 100% and i will continue to do so as long as he's with us. >> reporter: by returning to the team he reportedly cashes in on
the $250,000 bonus and is set to make 4$12.75 million. >> i think his contract is a big part of it. >> reporter: he said he's ready to turn the focus from his personal life to the gridiron. >> i'm focusing on moving forward. >> peterson said he's focused on bettering himself and he has a good relationship with the child. now, he admits he's learned there are different forms of discipline. >> he learned his lesson. all right, ryan, thank you. y has the other top stories. this morning, new details about the bus crash in busy downtown chicago, a city bus lost control, slamming into three cars and a pedestrian. the woman crossing this street was pinned under the bus and later died. eight other people were injured. the japanese company that triggered the largest auto recall in u.s. history is still
using the same chemicals blamed for its exploding airbags. atakata executive said that it could be used safely in airbags when properly manufactured. but after the recall some automakers questioned why the compound was still being used at all. new fallout from the bribery scandal in world soccer. fifa president sepp blatter has resigned. it could take months to replace him him. dramatic moments in court during the trial of colorado theater shooter james holmes. they heard him on video. saying he tried to call a mental health hot line. >> just one last chance to see if i should turn back, you know?
>> holmes said he doubted anyone on the hot line could have stopped him, prosecutors are trying to show holmes was sane at the time of the massacre. texas police officer is being hailed a hero after rescuing a man after an explosion engulfed this man in flames. he pulled the driver out. he's now recovering from his injuries. new images of a volcanic eruption. lava pouring into the ocean, first eruption there in 33 years. authorities say the rare pink iguanas living in the area are not in danger. finally, forget a trip to paris or jumping out of a plane but for one illinois man the only testimony onitem on his bucket list was driving through the garage door. so 90-year-old water thomas with his grandson by his side strap on a helmet and took the
drive of his life backing up. and smashing through the garage door. i love it. i love the squealing wheels. his family got an auto body shop to donate that suv. walter was helping with the demolition. after he finished he said, that was easy. >> you never know what's on somebody's bucket list. >> 90 years old. >> squealing of the wheels. lara. >> whatever it takes. now, turning to a trip to the amusement park that turned quite reterrifying. the best-known roller coaster in the world. abc's m a, ra schiavocampo has the story. >> reporter: this morning, four people recovering from serious injuries after an amusement park
ride that was anything but fun. a car filled of thrill seekers on the smiler slammed into an empty track stuck on the tracks tuesday. look closely. you can see that the force of the collision wedged the cars together. >> all of a sudden you heard a big bang and everybody started screaming. >> reporter: the accident at a theme park outside of london leaving 16 riders dangling three stories above the ground for 4 1/2 hours before rescuers were able to evacuate them. people tweeting. >> there's a very sophisticated computer system that watches the location of all the trains. >> reporter: statistically rides are safe. still accidents do happen. in 2013 a texas mom fell to her death, 14 stories from a roller coaster, her son sitting nearby.
and last summer 22 people were left hanging for three hours after a tree branch fell on this california ride. the smiler is manufactured by a germany company. in this latest case park officials say the park remains closed until we understand better the cause of this dreadful incident. >> thanks to mara for that. let's go to ginger right now. not june in the southeast. >> not at all. coastal carolinas seeing more strong storms. myrtle beach this morning, hardly a beach day. let's get to those sunny cities brought to you by be kellogg's cereals.
jacqui: good mornining washgton. another cool, damp, and drizzly day. the rain off and on, grab a jacket and umbrella, temperatures only in the low to mid 60's across the region overnight a little bit more of the e same with patchy fog developing and low temperatures in the 50's. tomorrow a lot like today, 50's in the suburbs, 70 downtowown that's as good as it gets until the end of the week ahead this wednesday morning, this woman behind bars right now, accused of running over a navy officers in a fit of road rage what authorities say set her off the circus performer caught
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feels cooler than what you are seeing on the thermometer. that will be the rule throughout the day. low to mid 60's a lot like what we experienced yesterday. that is before we have sunshine back in d.c.. angela: the injury accident on the interstate 270 spur not blocking any lanes but as you can see we are jammed trying to approach the accident scene. still in the final clearing stages on new hampshire avenue towards the traffic line camera interstate 95 southbound, lanes are open getting jane -- jammed from the earlier crash. that is your inner loop to lay. jummy: investigators trying to find out what caused the deadly
rowhouse fire in northwest d.c.. two people were killed in this morning's fire. five others injured, including three firefighters. the search intensifies this morning for the woman who received but injections, leaving her dead. she traveled to queens, new york for the procedure. when she started having trouble breathing, the fake doctor took off. you can get more headlines weather, traffic, and news right now i news channel 8.
good morning, america. right now, a suspect arrested overnight for ties to isis will be in federal court later this morning after that dramatic takedown outside boston. police and the fbi gund down the man who lunged at them with a military knife. also right now, we're tracking the severe storms taking aim at denver. tornadoes dangering winds and hail all possible and a major hurricane forming in the pacific targeting land. 25-year-old california woman charged in killing a navy petty officer in a fit of road rage. a major warning about fighting those deadly flames that break out in your home. >> gio benitez standing by now he'll show us what we need to know about these fire extinguishers. >> yes. we'll begin now with appears
to be deadly case of road rage. a woman charged with running over a navy officer. >> reporter: the woman accused of killing a sailor in a fit of road rage this morning is behind bars. >> the court will be setting bail at a million dollars. >> reporter: that's darla jackson sobbing in a courtroom. pleading not guilty in the death of the navy petty officer zachary buob. >> reporter: the moments just before last week's deadly crash. investigators say jackson this the black car and buob on the motorcycle were in rush-hour on this freeway when they began arguing about something. police said jackson chased after buob rammed his bike. and then ran over him. >> it went from a simple traffic violation to you know to a
murder. >> reporter: jackson's attorney says the video doesn't tell the whole story. >> he kicked her car, she chased after him and they collided at the end when they ran into traffic. >> reporter: now records revealing jackson's checkered past. once suspended for lack of knowledge or skill. two ex-boyfriends filing restraining orders against her. >> you don't know who that person in the other car is. >> reporter: buob's friends packing that courthouse too, hoping to send a message. for "good morning america," cecilia vegetable ga abc news las vegas. >> our thanks to cecilia. that scary sir us is acci she's speaking out exclusively to abc news this morning about what went wrong and our newest correspondent kayena whitworth with that story. >> good morning to you. she's talking about her fall
for the first time saying for the first time after two decades performing accidents happen. this is the jaw-dropping moment when vicky garcia an eighth generation circus performer plunged 25 feet to the ground during a routine stunt at a performance in houston last week. she and her husband, pablo, known as the duo garcia are part of traveling circus touting dare-devilling acrobatics. >> i remember in my head just something -- just slipping like this and i said please, god save me. i clipped my safety cable in and i passed the loop to my husband and as i was going into the
position i always try with my safety cables in but apparently i didn't clip in far enough. >> reporter: from there, garcia said everything moved in slow moigs. >> somebody said don't move her. don't move her. then i don't remember anything else until they were doing the x-rays in the hospital. >> reporter: luckily she only suffered minor injuries. >> a little bruise here. a little bruise here. >> reporter: she said that they have been doing the rocket routine for 17 years, the circus calling this human error. now the mother of two young boys says she's anxious to get back to the circus. >> it's part of my life it's what i do. i don't feel normal if i'm not working. >> the harness she was using actually clipped into her mouth. she plans on using a different one the next time she performs. she's eighth generation on her
mother's side. seventh generation performer on her father's side. >> now she's talking about her children wanting them to follow her in the family business. >> i'm so happy to be here. i'll be based in los angeles. very excited. >> and she's a newlywed, too. >> i am. i'm in new orleans. >> we may not cheer for all your stories. let's do to amy the social square. lea strong is a # we're seeing on twitter. leah still, daughter of devon still, we told you about her tough cancer fight.
there she is. just this week her dad asked for prayers when she had a complication from her stem cell transplant. better news now, look at that thumbs up from little leah feeling a little better. this new tattoo of leah on his back commemorating one year since her diagnosis. great news. as a tribute to leah she's going to honored with the jimmy v perseverance award at the espys. congratulations for that award and leah strong guys. >> i love that smile, too. thank you, amy. >> wonderful to watch and going to see her at the espys. and her dad. what do you got over there, ginger. >> florida, look at this. skies there, not just here but in key west showers and storms a live look at key west it's going to be one of those days
the dew point is at 72 jacqui: good morning, washington. today is looking like a repeat of yesterday's forecast. low clouds with areas of rain and drizzle from time to time. >> pollen report time. you have been waiting for this. tree pollen is still affecting most of the country, concentrations are much less with the exception of the great lakes. i have heard every single one of you guys this morning sneezing. not done yet. >> box of tissues. coming up next on "good morning america" -- could you survive a fire in your home we put these mom to the test. and teen sectioning scandal. police now investigating as a students potentially face
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and you'll soon find out how they did. gma on the lookout asked four moms to participate in a fire safety challenge, what they didn't know -- we were actually testing their skills using a fire extinguisher with a very real fire. under the control and watchful eyes of firefighters at this fire academy. a mom of two has a fire extinguisher in our home. >> we have one in our kitchen that's completely accessible. >> reporter: there's a fire right here. use it. >> reporter: sarah struggles for nicing minutes before she gets it to work. >> i hard a hard time. >> reporter: if you can't put out the fire within 30 seconds you can't get out. next up julie, she fails to pull up the extinguisher nozzle. the canister is almost empty.
>> it seems empty. >> reporter: experts say always check the gauge on the top. next all julie selman but she's too far from the fire you should stand approximately 8 feet away. and emily says she has two fire extinguishers in her house. but when face to face with this wall of flames she admits. >> i don know how to use it. >> reporter: what's going through your mind? >> i had no idea. >> reporter: her walking away was the best decision she could make. >> if you don't put it quickly in the first 30, 40 seconds you should be out of the building. >> reporter: remember that p.a.s.s. pull the pin, aim, you're going to seize, you're going to sweep from side to side. most importantly, firefighters say the first thing you need to
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jummy: good morning. time to get a check on the weather situation right now. let's head up to jacqui jeras for look at the day ahead. jacqui: looking a lot like yesterday, we will see some rain from time to time, showing you a couple of sprinkles near annapolis and in baltimore county we are doing ok inside the beltway, cloudy, cool injury , all the suburbs are waking up to temperatures in the 50's. looking at changes in the temperature throughout the day light rain off and on continuing into tomorrow as well with 60's in the suburbs 70's and 80's by the end of the week. angela: inner loop volume delays
on the capital beltway but on the outer loop we have the crash between the river turnpike and braddock road blocking the center lane. no accident activity for the folks making the drive northbound on 75. once you get to king street you are on the brakes again making your trip to 110. maryland cameras, southbound interstate 270, it is still a stop and go pace making your way to 295 with heavy congestion coming through silver spring making your way to georgia. back over to you. jummy: a d.c. teacher is behind bars accused of sexually accusing children. giovanni pena was arrested yesterday and removed from the oyster adams bilingual school in northwest d.c.. heads up if you see a fire today at the believe marketplace don't worry, it's just a drill. the fire department will be
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jason statham making a lot of people happy out there in times square this morning. >> he has a new movie "spy" coming out friday. >> you loved that movie. >> loved it. >> you have to stay through the credits, because it's really really funny. >> like you said he's so funny robin also a remarkable story of 14-year-old suffering from mystery symptoms that stopped her from dancing led to a major surgery, lara. >> but she did dance again and when she did, the surprise of her life has something to do with "dancing with the stars" champ val. you'll only see it here. that's all coming up. let's get to amy now with the morning rundown the big story this morning the latest allegations of homegrown terrorism.
new arrest overnight after a suspect was shot and killed in a boston parking 26-year-old usaama rahim had been radicalized by isis online under surveillance when officers confronted him. they said hi lunged at them with a knife. in a related case police have now arrested another man in a nearby suburb who was also allegedly inspired by isis and plotting to attack police. meanwhile, there's a big change in how the government catches potential terrorists. . overnight, president obama signed the law to end the bulk collection of telephone records they'll now be kept by the phone companies and government investigators will need a warrant to review them. overseas hundreds of divers are frantically searching a river in china for any survivors in a capsized cruise ship. only 14 people have been rescued so far, more than 400 others feared dead. rescuers are so desperate they
may cut the ship in half a navy sailor is heading to prison for secretly individual ved you taping. near seattle, a growing sexting scandal involve two schools. some of the students could end up behind bars. more now from abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: this morning, more than a dozen teens caught in a high school sexting scandal. >> surprising. disturbing. >> i'm kind of like in shock. >> reporter: students from two schools in washington state now under scrutiny after several male students allegedly pressured underaged female classmates to text them photos. >> these photos could be considered child pornography.
>> reporter: police seizing 14 cell phones. on them the photos that have been sir lating for months. >> so much out there. >> reporter: the study by the american academy of pediatrics e posing about 20% of teen boys and girls admit to sharing nude photos and text messages. they could face criminal charges. >> some of the students could be looking at arrest if theiry're in possession of the photos. >> reporter: they're urging parents to children about the dangers of stripping down. >> all right, linsey thank you for that. big scare at the french open three fans were injured when a large piece of metal from the scoreboard blew off the side of the stadium, look at that during heavy winds, crashing on to spectators below, play was
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only at subway. it's been one of those mornings welcome back to "good morning america." time for the heat index and this morning hot button e new details on caitlyn jenner's dramatic transformation including how she chose that name. abc's chris connelly. >> reporter: what's in a name for caitlyn jenner more than you
might think. rich with images of jenner after completing her transition and becoming a transgender woman, once revealed to diane sawyer a favorite song. ♪ she's a lady talking about ♪ >> yeah i loved that song. >> reporter: jenner sharing details about nights. spent watching the miss america page ant. the deal sealed when jeber's assistant volunteered that name and opting intentionally to spell it with a c not with the k, break with transitions with the rae alty show. >> we would never do that, diane. are you telling me i'm going to through a complete gender change, okay everything you
need to do that for the show sorry, diane, it ain't happening. okay? >> reporter: caitlyn jenner's belief in herself, bolster by janet cox and la vern cox. and that annie leibovitz shot. telling vanity fair that's the first time i'd ever really seen an image of me. seeing that image was powerful and i kind of looked and it and said you know what this is going to work. we're going to be okay. and as caitlin ponders that za question asked tuesday to her followers about her upcoming appearance on the espys what the hell am i going to wear? >> and we're also learning more about caitlyn jenner's style. her hair stylist who also works with kim, said they were
inspired by cindy crawford. >> how about that? >> she looks beautiful. >> okay we're going to move on now, a great "dancing with the stars" surprise. one little girl who lives to dance, has already overcome so much in her young life she got a chance to meet one of her idols -- champ val chmerkovskiy here's rachel smith. >> reporter: the surprise of the lifetime this 14-year-old has been dancing up a storm since the age of 7. and last year her love of dance ultimately saved her life. when val heard her story, he had to meet her. take a look. it's a tale of two champions. one you may recognize. val chmerkovskiy. the other, an up and coming tap star who's about to get the surprise of lifetime. meet this 14-year-old.
dancing since first grade. until she started passing out during vigorous tap routines at age 11. >> i'm holding her and she was nonresponsive. it was the scariest thing to see and go through. >> reporter: after five incidents in three years, her parents knew it was something more, exhaustion and dehydration. >> the condition that she has is the second most common cause of sudden death among people when they exercise. she had a small heart attack. >> reporter: after doctors discovered a malfunction in her heart, she underwent open heart surgery in long island in march of 2014. >> her first words after surgery? >> can i dance. >> reporter: within four months gianna was back on the dance floor. even winning a national championship. >> to see such a courageous young star to overcome with the strength of dance is awesome.
>> reporter: she thinks she's at a press conference to celebrate her miraculous recovery and perform. limit does she know he's about to bust through that door. >> gianna! hi. >> hi. >> i'm val. >> i'm gianna. >> how amazing is she? >> reporter: yes, it takes two to tap. what do you make of the surprise? >> i can't explain it. >> reporter: oh she's cute as a button. that laugh is just perfect. probably not the last time you'll be seeing gianna. "dancing with the stars," who knows? the mirrorball trophy looked really good in her hands.
>> thank you. >> great to see him doing that. >> i know what a wonderful surprise. such strength determination and perseverance. >> we're rooting for that. next on our heat index a serious issue for so many women, depression during pregnancy, by one estimate it affects up to 20% of women but so many suffer in secret. abc's juju chang has more on the story. >> reporter: it's supposed to be one of the happiest times in a woman's life but for some pregnancy is more like this. from what to expect when you're expecting. >> pregnancy sucks. i have no control over my emotions. >> reporter: for some expectant moms being with child can be crippled by the little talked about depression. >> i didn't understand what was going on. >> reporter: like 50% of all
postpartum depression wendy's began during pregnancy. it often goes untreated. after her first baby decided to stay on antidepressants for her second baby after close consideration with her doctors. >> the benefit definitely outweighed outweighed. >> reporter: the author focuses on the complex ways people cope with depression releasing an xermt of a new chapter in the book to the "the new york times" magazine. >> that's part of the lingering stigma with pregnancy, you're pregnant, you should be happy, angelic and maternal. >> some people feel better than they have thought and some women feel worse than they have felt.
>> reporter: women on antidepressants shouldn't go off meds cold turkey without careful supervision. >> joining us now is senior medical correspondent dr. jennifer ashton. i'm so glad we're talking about this. this is something that's kept so silent. >> if you look at the statistics guys, this is the most common least understood disorder of pregnant women. if you add anxiety with depression it can be as high as 70%. >> i believe it. >> absolutely. >> if a woman is worried about this and thinking about antidepressants, how should think? >> this is the most important decisionmaking process, whether it's about this subject or anything else in medicine, you have to evaluate several questions, number one, what are the risks not only the risk of
taking medication but what are the risks of not taking medications. two patients. you have to answer those questions for the mom and the baby. and what are the benefits for taking medication for depression in during pregnancy. in medicine we have to go by the worst-case scenario happens, and those are high stakes. >> huge stakes. if we don't want to use medication. what are the options? >> that's the next part of that decisionmaking process. what are the options? what are the alternatives? and to be clear, when you talk about options for treating something like depression this is never something that you should decide on your own, this is a very important decision that should make with your obstetrician or
midwife. st. john's wort very few studies and no randomized standards evaluating the safety of st. john's wort. light therapy has been studied. you'll love this one, pet therapy has also been tried. the research is ongoing. >> families should be watching out -- >> they need support also. if you're the spouse or the husband, you know you're worried, too, you don't want to put that on to the pregnant woman. >> we want woman to know that it's okay to have these feelings because you're supposed to feel so joyful and sometimes you're just not. >> many times you're not. absolutely. >> again, so glad we're having this very important discussion and i know you'll get a lot of questions, as always. >> all morning. >> on twitter. go see jen there. check of the weather with ginger. >> we got a riled up crowd
today. what is your name. >> my name is landry. >> she sees so sweet. they're from texas. they're going to the zoo today. a great day here in new york city, it's a good start in denver it's not necessarily going to be a great end. starting in the 50s going to the 70s. two pockets of the enhanced threat of severe weather. then the radar down along florida, it's been a rainy southeast, it will be that way through friday. it will clear out. this lady wants t jacqui: good morning washington. another cool, dam and drizzly day. the e rain off and on, grab a jacket a umbrella, temperatur onlin the low to mid 60's across the region overnight a little bit more of the sa with patchy fog deloping and low temperatures in the 's.
tomorrow a lot like today, 50's in the suburbs, 70 d downtown that's good as it gets until the end of the week, 80''s an >> you had it on video. we got to do another selfie. let's get back inside. >> thank you, ginger. come on in it's "pop news," everybody. we begin with captain sully who will be immortalized on the big screen by none other clint eastwood. off his box office smash "american sniper" eastwood will tell the story about how quick-thinking pilot landed the plane on the hudson river. saving everyone onboard. the miracle on the hudson. >> i have to happen to be home. i ran out the ballconybalcony, watched
it land. it was an emergency landing. it wasn't a crash landing. he used the hudson as his runway. i had my binoculars out. i'm so glad that it's coming to the big screen. clint eastwood it's going to be terrific. >> the miracle on the hudson. no word on title of the movie and who land the part of the coolest pilot ever. >> sully. >> in other news this morning, channing tatum just pulled off one of the hottest surprises of the summer. magic mike xxl star undercover at one of the movie's private screening, posing as a marketing executive, totally undetected. he asked fans what he was expecting from "magic mike xxl."
with a twerk and a smile. no much more live action than that. some news from overseas this morning, godzil la has been granted citizen ship by the country of japan, he was recognized in a ceremony back in april, but the official paperwork only finalized this week. according those records, the resident will act as a tourism ambassador. he got anger management counseling. he's ready. one resident tweeting congrats big guy, it's about time. to help you get over the
hump, hump day, a smile i dare you to resist this one comes with maybe some drool, cinnamon is undeterred bor with a permasmile. she knows her job is to make people happy and hopefully she's doing just that for you on this wednesday morning. >> that's the perfect name. cinnamon. beautiful dog. >> that's "pop news," everybody. >> can you tell how excited i am about the movie about sully? >> you witnessed y. >> what about cool under pressure. >> he was. he gave praise to the entire crew onboard. i was the second call to 911. 97, 98. >> bradley cooper up for a tony
jummy: time to get a check on the weather for you right now with jacqui jeras. jacqui: cool and cloudy once again, get up and get going here, we have got at least one more of these to go before the sunshine comes back in full force. temperatures in the 50's in the suburbs. 61 degrees downtown, we have got a pretty good breeze coming out of the northeast, making it feel cooler than what it says on the thermometer. light rain and drizzle from time to time, temperatures staying in the 60's at best, patchy fog developing tonight tomorrow a lot like today with 60's across the region, 70 downtown, 70's and 80's more likely by the weekend. angela: it will take you about 45 minutes to get from
clarksburg to the spur, jammed through montgomery county. traffic land cameras, a live look at the dulles toll route -- toll road, you got that crashed before 123 involving a tractor-trailer moved over to the side and the crash we had on braddock has been moved to the side. no collisions to report, just jammed to 123 with a live look at four sites, 295, the right lane is closed. back to you, jummy. jummy: speed camera violators are being ticketed starting today. michelle obama will be harvesting the white house kitchen garden. students from across the country will help her, they are taking part in her let's move program. many of them were there to help her plant a garden back in april. you can get more traffic and news updates right now. the
♪ ♪ take a look at florence and machine, their huge hit, dog days of summer. they'll be performs friday. >> i'm really excited for that. and who that we spy with our little eye. jason statham, hollywood tough guy showing off his funny side now, he's starring alongside the hilarious melissa mccarthy. he's telling all, just ahead. we're going inside right now to miss robin. >> two themesumbs up right here. superstar tim howard who became a household name as we know during the world cup last summer when he had a record 15 saves against belgium, his
inspirational autobiography the keeper is all about to defieing the odds to become one of the top goalies. and tim howard you are a keeper. lot of limit fans here. they'll have a little bit of a shootout. serious note to begin with because there has been lot said about fifa in the headlines and yesterday with the president saying that she's going to resign how do you react to that? >> i'm a spectator like everyone else it's interesting. obviously, we want things to be fair. fifa preaches fair play. it will be interesting to see what comes out. hopefully it gets cleaned up. >> hopefully this will lead to some changes. >> i think it will. >> your book it's such a delightful read and you go through and you talk about, like everybody, we want to make our parents proud and you were raised by a single mom, she was very instrumental wasn't she? >> she's amazing.
she's still amazing. she took me all over the country to play soccer the game i love. >> what was the time you scored a goal or something and you shouted out to your mom? >> it was mother's day or something like that it was for her. it still is. >> you also talked about the coaches, who has been that influence in yo you are life that has gotten to you where you are professionally. >> i had a very influential coach, from new jersey, he taught me about life than goal keeping. >> you just applied it to every aspect of your life, one of the prix premier players in england. you said you wanted to spend more time with your family. >> i'll be back. le i'm going to come back -- >> oh he's going to come back. >> of course of course. >> it's been good.
hopefully, september comes soon i'll be back in the fold. >> i know how important your family is to you. you talk about that openly in the book and also about tourette syndrome. you speak to kids about it. what do you say? >> it's not a stop sign for it. i have an amazing platform to reach these children and give them hope to reach their dreams. >> you don't have to be a soccer fan to enjoy what you have gone through and what you have to share. >> i think so. i live life like everybody else. you have ups and downs. you have to persevere. >> you have these little stars we have here, all around the world soccer is huge. what is it going to take here to get another generation? >> we're producing greater players, hopefully, these guys and girls will be in the world cup. the women are playing this
month. >> i know we had them on last week. excited about that. >> all right, are are you ready? he's pretty good in goal. are you ready to challenge him? okay. all right. all right, i'm going to step to the side. look the big ones. take it easy on him. see what you can do against tim howard the secretary of defense. >> yeah, be careful. >> you're good. all right. >> oh, my goodness. got two. oh, look at the style. come on.
>> hey, hey, that's right. reminding me. thanks for being a great supportport. again, say your thanks to tim howard for being here. >> thank you. >> paperback for the keeper is in stores right now. final check of the weather with ginger. >> this crowd is so pumped this morning. you're from where. >> from mississippi. >> let's go ahead and check in on reno nevada this morning, high clouds moving through, should be a pretty decent day. temperatures will reach into the 07s and low 80s. that stationary front could kick off a few isolated storms.
then, we're checking out blanca in the pacific, should become a major hurricane today, tracking toward cabo this weekend, friday into saturday could hit as a weak hurricane or jacqui: good morning, washington. today is loong like a repeat of yesterday's forecast.. low clouds with areaof rain and drzle from time to time. >> all that weather brought to you by sprint and i'm here now with melissa peterman one of the stars of the abc family sitcom baby daddy, fans so excited about the big premiere of the summer season you have had this audience rolling. >> i'm having the best time ever. >> tell us what's happening on the new episode tonight? >> it's very exciting. we're picking up where we left
off, she's made a mess of the danny and ann situation. we pick up there. my character, bonnie is trying to get a real estate listing because someone in their building die. that's going on. you know more of what everyone can expect more funny, the love triangle we have so much happening this season. we have a proposeal happening. there's a giant flash mob that we shot this year. tons of guest stars. we're excited to be back on the air. >> we're looking forward to tonight. people here have been yelling out barbra jean. but reba is going to be on baby daddy. >> our summer finale august 5th. >> you have stayed friends with reba. you have done standup on her tour. >> i did. >> did you get back on the show?
>> you know i asked her and asked her. she has an open invite to do anything with me. but i got her to be on the show. i made her to do it. >> you made it. >> she had a blast. >> we'll watch more funny tonight. because the premiere of baby daddy airs tonight at 8:30 on abc family. amy. all right, ginger thanks so much before the break we wanted to wish good luck to our friend bradley cooper getting so many rave reviews to his performance in the elephant man. the tonys are this weekend. he told us how it almost didn't happen. >> each step has definitely been i have been advised not to. >> really? >> when i with us in grad school maybe you don't do that.
when i wanted to do it again, they were like maybe not and then yeah. just because, yeah they yeah. >> and you are? >> yeah yeah crazy. an example of believing in something, people -- >> make your own decision and until it becomes very clear that you shouldn't anymore. i mean it's a learning experience even if it fails. you'll probably learn more from it if it fails. >> we're expecting a win there. good luck. lots ahead on "good morning america." jason statham t
we have loved jason statham as a transporter, mechanic now he's melissa mccarthy's secret agent rival in "spy." he plays rick ford whose greatest weapon might just be his sharp tongue. take a look. >> you really think you're ready for the field? i jumped from a high-rise building using only a parachute. broke both legs. i drove a car off a freeway. on top of a train while i was on fire. not the car. i was on fire. >> you're starting to freak me
out. >> guys it's so funny, melissa mccarthy of course is hilarious. but this guy, i mean we know you can do action, but really really funny, how do you keep a straight face when you're doing these long monologues that are ridiculous. >> that's one of the hardest things making a movie with melissa mccarthy and paul feig. lot of materiel there's no rehearsal. >> he would change lines and hand them to you on post-it notes? >> that's correct. it gets a lot of laughs. >> what was it like doing scenes with her? >> you know she's such an amazing actress, she can play vulnerable and downtrodden and get really angry. to see that come out -- god
knows how her mind works so quickly. >> she comes out -- when she's undercover as an agent, she has a giant cat on her shirt, did you find yourself trying not to look at her, starting to lose >> it the characters are brilliant that she plays. they're so over the top. they do have their own sort of wealth of funniest. >> paul was on yesterday, the director he wrote this part for you, that's pretty high honors. >> yeah i mean i love his movies. since "bridesmaids." i was a big fan of his. to be acting across melissa and jude law, yes, it's a big privilege. >> pretty big privililege. he loves 007. he wanted to do a 007-type film. should daniel craig decide to
move on you would be a great bond. >> i wanted to break daniel's legs for years. get a better chance to get in there. no i mean it's very difficult to sort of follow someone's footsteps and daniel craig is a phenomenal actor. he's brought bond into a state of credibility. it got goofy at times. but he's fantastic. i'm not trying to do anything that's wrong, if they ever asked me i grew up on james bond it's part of my culture. i do a lot of action movies. it doesn't seem that far out of my reach. >> you can do action. the comedic chops are there. will we see more comedy in the future for you? >> if it tastes good you want to eat it again. it's the same thing with comedy you know it was a terrific
experience. i'll be jumping up and down. >> i'll finish with this quote statham might have blown his cover in the recent movie, he's scene-stealingly hilarious. very nice. congratulations. thank you so much for all of you guys perfor coming by the film is great. it hits theaters nationwide on friday. what is the next one. >> with j.j. connelly. >> it's a thriller. next on "good morning america" -- a fabulous live performance. don't go anywhere.
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low clouds once again with occasional action happening over parts of maryland right now. we don't warm up very much. we will stay in the low to mid 60's throughout the day off and on. 70's and 80's. >> we are still locked in with heavy volume delays on the center lane into centreville disabled vehicle just past virginia 28. a live look at the capital beltway making your way through the baltimore-washington park way with the north down crash between 450 and 210, 1 of those cars actually went into the woods. southbound interstate 270 all the way from hyattstown about one hour to the capital beltway. jummy: top stories
investigators are trying to find out what caused the deadly rowhouse fire in northwest. two people were killed this morning in the fire. five more injured, including three firefighters. self driving cars will soon be cruising along northern virginia highways as part of an automated vehicle testing initiative, traveling on portions of 95, 4 hundred 95, 66, 29 and 50. thank you for watching this morning.
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