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good morning, america. backing down. new signs president trump willing to compromise on his demapd that congress fund the border wall right now, as he tries to make a deal to avoid a government shutdown. an unusual meeting at the white house. the president summons every senator to help tackle the north korean threat. first daughter ivanka trump takes the world stage. attending a summit of women leaders. the personal invitation coming from one of the the most powerful people in the world. sflmgts overnight, the former fox anchor speaks out on his podcast for the first time since being fired. >> i'm very confident the truth will come out. >> we'll have his response to those harassment allegation that ended his fox career. ♪ and i think it's gonna be a long l
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and elton john's mystery illness. a rare and potentially deadly infection. forcing him to cancel weeks of performances. when will the rocket man return to the stage. ♪ rocket man good morning, america. we hope you're well this tuesday. what a scare for elton john. >> yes. >> yeah, a big scare. one of the most successful artists in the world. selling more than 200 million records. he's recovering. he's thanking his doctors, as well. >> more on that ahead. zprnchts a lot of important stories this morning. that possible government shutdown is looming the. the money runs out friday at midnight. and ivanka trump is in h germany. her first official trip overseas representing the u.s. as a an international women's summit. a brand-new poll out this morning that reveals most americans would prefer to
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the affordable care act that get a replacement. zbrmplts first, as president trump closes in on the 100-day mark, new sign this is morning that he's willing to put off the border wall to avoid the shutdown. >> reporter: good morning, george. president trump certainly is not going to give up on funding the border wall. the indications are that he's willing to put off that fight for another day. forget the 100-day milestone, the biggest challenge facing the president this week may be avoiding a development shutdown. the main sticking point, funding for his border wall. the white house calls it a top priority. democrats say it's a nonstarter. can you, from that podium, guarantee that there will not be a government shutdown? >> i can't guarantee -- >> how close can you get to guaranteeing? >> think that the work that director mulvaney
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they feel confident that that won't happen. >> so he won't insist his priorities get funded on the border, the wall, increased security? >> that's not what i said. >> reporter: now, signs that the president is willing to give in to avoid a shutdown. according to multiple sources, president trump told a group of conserve tiff journalists that he's willing to put off funding for the wall until later this fall. democratic reaction to the president's reported comments was swift. senator chuck schumer saying in a statement overnight, that president trump was taking the wall off the table in a move he called good for the country. >> very, very important and powerful group of people. >> reporter: on his 95th day in office, president trump hosted the u.n. security council in the state dining room. have the you're going to be very busy people i suspect over the coming months and years. r
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meeting with the top members of the u.n., which trump once called a waste of time and money. >> north korea is a big world problem. it's a problem we have to finally solve. >> reporter: with pressing national security issues and packed schedule this week, the last thing the white house wants is a government shutdown. if talks deadlock this week, senior officials tell me they'll seek a temporary extension that would prevent a shutdown starting, that would start on his 100th day in office sflp he doesn't want to be the first president to have gnat one. releasing some details this week of his new tax plan. reports the president wants a corporate tax cut deeper than house republicans have called for. you need democrats. they don't seem willing to go along. >> reporter: that is for sure, george. i'm told he's talking about reducing the corporate tax rate, now at 35%. all the way down to
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far deeper than what republicans in congress want. and something democrats would say is simply off the table. the interesting question here is what will the impact be on the deficit? republicans have for a long time been saying their goal is to reduce the deficit. hard to do that with a tax cut that day. >> thank you, jon. republicans are trying to make another push on health care, promising to repeal and replace the affordable care act. as we mentioned, our new abc news/"washington post" poll says most americans would like to keep it. >> reporter: good morning, robin. republican this is morning are scrambling to bring their health reform bill back to life. they're working on a compromise that may allow states to opt out of some of the most popular obamacare provision. our latest poll shows that may not be what the majority o
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just 37% say obamacare should be repealed and replaced. instead, 61% say keep it and fix it. and in the meantime, president trump has suggested that if republicans can't reach a deal, they should allow obama kawe bb fail. 79% say that the president should trike to make the current law work as much as possible. >> what do they say they should and should not change? >> reporter: americans are sending message about the most popular provisions. they say 70% of americans even a majority of republicans say coverage for pre-existing conditions should be mandatory nationwide, not left up to the states. robin? >> thank you, mary. we move on to the rising tensions in north korea. live fire drills in the country this morning as the country marked the 85th anniversary of its
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martha raddatz here with all that. good morning. >> good morning, george. 300 to 400 artillery pieces in this live-fire demonstration. really one of the biggest they have ever had in north korea. some of the artillery pieces could reach seoul. that's the real threat right now. >> they didn't have another nuclear test today. >> they didn't. a nuclear test is a strong possibility. the u.s. has been keeping an eye on this for a very long time. so that really still could, and i know we have said this efrl times, that still could happen any time. what they would like to do is marry up a long-range missile, an icbm with one of those nuclear bombs. >> the u.s. continuing the military position in the region. >> there is a u.s. submarine, a guided missile submarine parked in south korea right now. that sends a strong message.
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it's kind of a make good because we were sending the "carl vinson." it's not there yet. >> the entire senate called to the white house the bring them up to speed tomorrow on all this. usually, those meetings happen on capitol hill. >> they do. it's not unusual for a president to brief. it's usually on capitol hill. it's all about the optics. you have the senators coming to the white house. another strong message. >> thank you, martha. this morning, all eyes are also on the first daughter. ivanka trump, as she makes her first big trip overseas since the inauguration. attending a summit on equality and the empowerment of women with the german chancellor. linzie janis is in berlin. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is ivanka trump's first official foreign trip as first daughter and as assistant to the presiden
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has stepped foot out of the u.s. ivanka was personally invited here by the german chancellor, angela merkel, just weeks after they talked about educational vocation. she's here for the w-20. for an issue close to her heart. she's written an op-ed about it. she'll participate in a panel about how to increase female entrepreneursh entrepreneurship. she'll visit a technical academy and a holocaust memorial later today. >> analysis from john avlon. editor of the daily beast. closing in on 100 days. the worst thing that could happen is a government shutdown on the first 100 days. >> which, objectively is a pretty good call. capping your 100 days with a government shutdown is a full-on face plant.
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we have had shutdowns in the past, it's a democratic president, republican congress. to have this happen with republicans owning washington, it would be unprecedented. he seemed to back off on a big tick stg point last night. insisting on adding funding for the border wall. >> the president seems conflicted about how important the 100 days is. >> he's trying to lower expectations. he can't get out of two precedents. first of all, history. this is the standard we have used for every president since fdr. second, he, himself, played up the 100 days on the campaign. he wants to get as many wins on the board as he can. >> he put out the contract. ten pieces of legislation. he's only introduced one, health care. we talked to martha about the big meeting with the senators.
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showmanship? >> a lot of showmanship. there is a lot of strong action being taken to send clear messages. i think you have to give trump and his leadership team credit on this one. they have not taken a hands off approach to knot korea. they believe a more proactive approach could help. icbms with nukes that could reach the united states. they believe might be able to contain north korea and engage china. >> he was warned by president obama this was the number one threat. we saw president obama back on the stage yesterday. one word that did not cross his lips, trump. >> very deliberate. you're walking a fine line. a 55-year-old, very popular ex-president getting back in the public eye. wanting to focus on civic messages and stay out of the gutter of politics. it's a no-win
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ex-president to get into an argument. he's got to own being in the white house, president trump. president obama wants to send a message of engagement and unity. a change that could be coming to flights headed here from europe. a blockbust eer new report says the u.s. may extend the electronics ban. pierre thomas has the new details for us. >> reporter: good morning. homeland skurnt officials are considering whether or not the bans should be expanded to some airports in europe, including lond. no final decision has been made. sources tell us that this threat to commercial airplanes is real and ongoing. we first reported this ban is the result of isis developing creative bombs that can fit
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inside laptops, ipads, or other electronics. john kelly called those a real threat. >> if the threats originate in the middle east, why may this ban be expanded to europe? >> reporter: the threat is isis-based. there's real concern that these bomb maiking designs are being spread across the globe. now the new details about how the former tennessee teacher charge rd kidnapping a 15-year-old student managed to escape authorities for a month. he appeared in court on monday. eva pilgrim has more from nashville, tennessee. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, michael. tad cummins is facing serious charges. this morning, authorities allege he admitted that he took off because he knew he was under in
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that tennessee teacher allegedly hid from the law after taking his 15-year-old student across the country. >> he'll face a minimum sentence of ten years or longer. >> reporter: prosecutors telling a judge he planned and executed an audacious scheme, taking elizabeth thomas through nine states before being captured last week in california. prosecutors claim cummins changed license plates. made only cash purchases. changed the appearance of his suv. his original plan was to take the victim south of the board to mexico and beyond. he allegedly got a small water craft and conducted a test run. instead, the pair ended up here in this remote cabin in california. >> food, i gave them. >> reporter: inside, leftover food
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along with camping gear, toilet paper, and little else. elizabeth's dad speaking to abc news. >> he had not been feeding her. she said they were eating flower and things. >> reporter: elizabeth now spending time with a trauma team. her family says she has a long road ahead. >> sometimes, she'll be happy and laughing and back to the same old girl. and then, she'll be sometimes just in a fetal position crying. it's a roller coaster for her. >> reporter: and cummins did not enter a plea. he's still behind bars this morning. prosecutors saying he's a flight risk. authorities are planning to bring him back to tennessee. michael? >> all right, thank you, eva. amy, you have the morning's other top stories. another united airlines incident? that's right. the plane had to make an emergency landing back if costa rica because
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reportedly overheated. a reporter on board says the plane tilted and nearly hit the runway. the pilot pulled up in time. the passengers will be compensated for the inconvenience. arkansas has carried out the nation's first double execution in 17 years. after last minute legal maneuvering, convicted murderers jack jones and marcel williams were put to dooet within three hours of each other. one of the state's lethal injection drugs expires on sunday. ann coulter's problem with the university of california is now the subject of a lawsuit. the school proposed a new date when students are no longer in class. could sir vowing to speak this thursday any way a
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planned. and an autopsy on "happy days" star erin moran found that her sunday death was likely caused by stage 4 cancer. officials did not elaborate on the type of cancer. she was 56. it's not a bird or plane. but it could be the new way to get around. the kitty hawk flyer is a so-called flying car. it's an ultra lite aircraft. it's backed by google co-founder larry page. it's designed specifically to travel over water. it takes off vertically. you don't need a pilot's license. no word yet on the price. i'm going back to, there's no need for a pilot license. what could go wrong? mgt i'm going back to the point of it's electric. and what happens if you don't charge it? >> how about that it's a flying boat not a flying car? >> a lot of facts here we're throwing
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>> okay. rob's got a lot on the flooding in the southeast. >> it's raining in new york city. flooding across the southeast. the carolinas. charleston, it floods easily. you get three inches of rain in a couple of hours, it was a mess there yesterday morning. north carolina, you saw rain and wind damage. stonewall, north carolina, winds 20 to 40 miles an hour there. through the delmarva today. flood watch up another hour. the rain increases through philly, d.c., new york, and boston. locally, two inches or more of rain. generally speaking, a nasty next 24 hours. your local forecast moments away.
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- summer-like warmth by the weekend - 1st 90 degree day possible today: cloudy, cool, and breezy. rain likely. highs: 59-61 winds: ne 10-15 mph tonight: scattered showers. lows: 54-57 winds: n 5 mph wednesday: clouds early, late day sunshine. warmer. highs: 75-79 winds: nw to se 5 mph - another cool, breezy, rainy day - transition day wednesday - summer-like warmth by the weekend - 1st 90 degree day possible today: cloudy, cool, and breezy. rain likely. highs: 59-61 winds: ne 10-15 mph tonight: sc >> and sit really coming down here. i'm going to toss it back inside to you before i start singing and dancing like gene kelly. and that would be ugly. coming up here on "gma,"
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>> anchor: good morning, washington! i'm melanie hastings. here is a check of your stop stories. fire crews still on the scene of a 5 alarm fire near the university of maryland college park. flames ripped through a 6 unit apartment building that was under construction. forced senior citizens home to evacuate. caused nearly have zero dollars of damage, the cause of the fire , still unknown. 40 million. a man chasing charges fortifying adrenine the fire. police say controversien miller flew the drone right into the direct path of a police helicopter. they had to take special action to prevent a case. miller is charged with interfere with a police response and reckless endangerment. we'll check track and
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>> reporter: bus stops this morning, it will be sog e, ramp ramping up through the morning rush. until 1:00 we could see moderate rain. big pulls, may be delays on area roads. temperatures, you'll stay succeed in the 50s. maybe around 60 degrees. best chances prior to 1:00. moderate threat until 10:00 with more scattered showers, then clearing late part of the morning tomorrow, high of 75. >> reporter: on the roads we're told a pedestrian was struck with the crash northbound pennsylvania avenue after old marlboro on the house to dollar house road, you're blocking a lane. we have expressway delays with an inner loop collision in gren beat, as you approach the metro interchange.
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♪ just want to make you feel good ♪ welcome back to "gma." that is maks and "dplee's" heather morris. landing the first perfect score of the season. but that was not enough, robin. because they were eliminated. fans are shocked. the audience was shocked. we have heather. we'll hear from her this morning. >> maybe i'll give them flow prps these were given to me by christine and sara from inspect. . thank you. i think they know that tuesdays are my rough days. this goes. that was sweet. we have so many wonderful people in the audience. >> sunshine this morning. also right now, president trump has three days to avert a government shutdown on his 100th day in office. he may compromise on the plan to get congress
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wall right now. record rainfall to the carolinas. rain to washington, d.c. we have it here in new york and boston. >> it is supposed to be 86 this week end. gotta hold on to that. then we turn to the turn of bill o'reilly. the former top-rated cable news host speaking out overnight about his dismissal from fox news on his podcast. you have the details? >> reporter: that's right. the former host was back to broadcasting. taking his usual talking points online this time. and weighing in on his dismissal. >> hey, i missed you guys. welcome to the no spin news on bill o' >> reporter: overnight, bill o'reilly back on the air. this time, not on television. but hit own no spin news podcast. breaking his silence on the end of his career at fox news. >> i am sad that i'm not on television anymore. i was very surprised how it all turned out. >> reporter: the former fox news host hipting that we have not heard the
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that led to the network letting him go last wednesday. allegations on rilly vehemently denied. >> i can't say a lot because there's much stuff going on right now. but i can tell you that i'm very confident the truth will come out, and when it does, i don't know if you're gonna a be surprised. i thing you're going to be shaken, as i am. there's a lot of stuff involved here. >> reporter: o'reilly, spotted by the daily mail after his fox departure at a long island shoe store, reportedly receiving $25 million from the network where he once ruled in the ratings. >> i grabbed some vacation because it's spring and easter time. >> reporter: his final show watched by over 3.5 million viewer, that number dropping by almost 1 million after he left. >> this is the final "factor." it's been an honor to sit in
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chair over the years. >> reporter: his replacement, tuckr carlson. >> welcome to tuck eer carlson tonight. >> reporter: he promises his podcast will explanned. with guests,'s his suggest no holds barred style. >> you, as a loyal o'reilly listener have a right to know, i think, down the lane, what exactly happened. and we are working in that direction, okay? >> reporter: the no spin thus podcast was free last night. it will be through the week end as well. after that, listeners will have to pay. that money will go the various charities. as for when we might see o'reilly again, he has a speaking tour starting if june. and then the eighth book in his best selling series is expected in september. so much more to come. >> we have not heard the last. no, we haven't. >> by far, by far. now to new video and details from police about what
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happened before and after the tense confrontation with the doctor on a united ailes flight. david kerley has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michael. officers thought they were dealing with an overbook situation. not that unite was trying to make room for a crew. they say the passenger, dr. david dao was acting belidge represently. check out the new pictures. an apparent bloodied officer, another result of the united clash. that same surveillance camera showing dr. dao and his wife earlier boarding. his wife, running off and running back on. was she checking to see if they could take united's offer to be bumped? soon, police were called. >> the airline overbooked the flight. they need two passengers to get off. >> reporter: a new report says an officer lost a hold of dr. david dao. he lost teeth, cuts, and more, requiring surgery.
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an ambulance is called to the jet. he's clinging to the party of the galley. later, we see the officer with bruises or blood stains. and the airline crew the doctor was told the give up his seat for. his attorney said a lawsuit remains very possible. >> it escalated in his case to physical harm. unnecessarily. when he was lawfully where he was entitled to be. >> reporter: now, the the attorney also told us those claims by the officers that his client, the the passenger, dr. dao was acting belligerently, the attorney called it nonsense. he said consider the source. this story is far from over. >> thank you, david. seems to be. >> for sure. coming up, we check down to president trump's 100-day milestone. is he delivering on his promise to create more jobs?
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campaign promises as he hits the 100-day mark. today, jobs and economy. rebecca jarvis is here with a progress report. good morning. >> good morning. as a kptd president trump campaigned on message of putting america first. among the key promises, 25 million new jobs, tearing up what he deemed as aept competitive trade policies. >> i will be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. i tell you that. >> reporter: from the very beginning, he cast himself as the businessman in chief. >> my plan for the economy can be summed up in three very beautiful words. jobs, jobs, jobs. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: on the campaign trail, promising to create those 25 million new jobs over the next decade, which would be the most created under any u.s. president ever. and,
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out of work. >> nafta signed by her husband is perhaps the greatest disaster trade deal in the history of the world. >> reporter: even before being sworn in, trump zeroing in on this carrier plant in indianapolis, claiming credit for saving 1100 jobs from going to mexico. >> he's not in office yet. he's cutting deals and saving jobs. that's huge. >> reporter: that victory not without controversy. company later conceding only 800 jobs were ever at risk of heading south. in his first week in office, the the president making good on that promise to pull out of a major trade deal. the transpacific partnership. >> great thing for the american worker, what we just did. >> reporter: the markets also initially climbing with investors cheering on the prospect of lower taxes and fewer regulations. the dow rising above 21,000 for
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the so called trump bump. >> hype is morphing into gripe. investors are saying, gee, maybe the president won't be able to get a lot of things done. >> reporter: still, the average 401 karks has gained over $a a 5,000 since inauguration day. last month, hiring slowing dramatically. just 98,000 jobs added in march. if president trump is going deliver on his promise to create 25 million jobs, our economy has to add an average of 208,000 jobs every month for the next ten years. as for the other trade deals, overnight, the trump administration announcing plans to impose a 0% tariff on canadian soft wood lumber. now, he's instead amending it.
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stand by. we're going the talk to bill cunningham of wlw radio in cincinnati. it broadcasts in the heart of trump country. overall, americans like the president using the bully pulpit to get the businesses to keep jobs here in the united states. i would imagine in indiana, which you broadcast to, those jobs that weren't saved, people don't blame him? >> of course not, george. look ate this way. for the first time, perhaps, if in american history. think about an american president who says hire american, buy american. americans deal for the pipe looins. the midwest, ohio, indiana, kentucky, which, as you know, is the heart that beats the american economy is beginning to stretch, we're beginning to yawn. ready to get to work. there's an animal sense that america is awakening. we can get 3% to 4% gdp. if we do that, all things are possib.
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>> it would have to be double what we're doing essentially right now as far as our growth is concerned. it is also in a lot of perspectives, if you talk to corporate america, really contingent on an overall of the tax code and a regulatory overall. that's why the market has been rising over time. what we have seen with the market, investors cheering on those policies. now, a number on saying, okay, let's get them done. is that a possibility? >> what more do trump supporters want to see on the economy from president trump right now? >> well, you know, the democrats are the obstructionists. the democrats want nothing done because their base wants nothing done. he's fighting more now with the republicans than democrats. you couldn't get wisconsin republicans or ohio republicans to support trump. trump's having more difficulty not with the american worker. who wants to get to work. he's having more difficulty with paul ryan and the republicans. george, i bet you
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of baklava, by the end of the year, we're going have a tax bill. we'll have immigration reform. george, it is morning in america. and we're ready to take off. let the republicans get the heck out of our way! trump is marching, man, trump is marching! >> i'm not sure i'm going the take that bet. i might. let he push you on that a little bit. the president can't get the republican party behind him, will your listeners blame him, the republicans, or both? >> let me ask you this. if you were an obama supporter for the past eight years during this economic disaster of 50 million people on food stamps. 9million americans not in the work force. tuition skyrocketing. illegals getting in-state tuition. did you blame obama or the republicans? at this point, i think trump is in the position to middle. the republicans and the democrats. we know at the end of the day, primaries will come against republicans next year if they don't toe the trump line.
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flaunl with a blow torch attacks him and her in the house. they're able to piece together, using evidence from the alarm system, from when she posted things on facebook. from text messages. and from the fitbit, to try to prove that his timeline is not true and she was moving around after 10:00 a.m. and so, that would disprove his claim that he came home at particular time and that's critical in the context of the case. >> the acucuracy of the fitness trackers has been challenged in the past. it will be tough to admit it into evidence. is there they've been admitted in the past. it fits so well with the timing of the alarm. they believe they can tell you exactly what time she drove to the gym. what time she comes back into her house. it fits with the timing of the alarm system. when she's sitting in the car and therefore, not moving. and therefore, the
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reliable. >> you think we'll see more cases like this? >> absolutely. more things like fitbit. other evidence. keep in mind, also some old school evidence. like married guy's girlfriend is pregnant. >> oh. >> i'm just saying. there is also some old school evidence in addition to all of this technological evidence as well. but, i think you're going see a lot more cases involving technology and using this to bring in cases like this. >> c.s.i. >> you dropped the mike on that one. everybody over here going, huh? we didn't know that. now to elton john. he spoke up moments ago. sending this tweet. saying he's looking forward to getting back on tour after being hospitalized by a harmful and unusual infection he contracted. this is
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what are the key medical issues? >> the medical detect i have work. anytime someone has been traveling and they come home with an invex, you want to ask, is this localized to one part of the body or is it widespread, let's say, throughout the blood? how did it start? on a cut of the skin or was the agent ingested or inhaled? was it bacteria? if so, what type? we have to remember, there can be inveks caused by viruses, parasites. lastly, science of accept sis or septic shock? meaning throughout the bloodstream, our organ systems. >> any clue about traveling to south america? >> i think that is the most important part of the story. anytime someone is traveling, in the country, overseas, that is the critical piece of information that has to be communicated to a doctor if they get sick. some of these can present days to weeks after returning from
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that is the -- >> months to years? >> absolutely. you have the keep travel history in mind when you have a sick patient. >> he says he's feeling bet person will be back on tour. what's your favorite song? >> mona lisa's and mad hatters. >> mine rhymes with witch. the "b" is back. >> crocodile rock. >> i like benny and the jets. ♪ benny and the jets >> there's so many. we have all heard nem almost too many times. >> more hits from him. coming up, maks? maks and "glee's" heather morris? >> how? >> how does this happen. they exit "dancing with the stars" after getting a perfect score. they'll join us live. good morning! um, i got something on this, but i'm not quite sure what it is.
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. (sfx: 2 kids scream) welcome back to "gma." a double rainbow. one, two, part of a system moving into plains today. it will bring a threat of severe weather. strong winds and large hail.
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i'm melanie hastings. here is a check of your stop stories. a man pulled from a burning apartment in wood ridge, fire crews say around 11:30 they responded to sure brook circle and put out the fire. they found a man unconscious inside. he was pronounced dead at the scene. his identity and cause of death have not yet been determined. the prince william county homicide unit is investigating. the marine accused in a maryland shooting spree that killed 3 people is expected to plead guilty today as part of the plea deal, he will serve life in prison about parole. he is accused of killing his estranged wife in prince georges county. they be then shooting 2 others in mongomery county. the hearing is set for 1:30 p.m. another day you'll need the umbrella. here is veronica.
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morning, it will be soggy, rain ramping up through the morning rush. until 1:00 we could see moderate rain. big puddles, may be delays on area roads. temperatures, you'll stay succeed in the 50s. maybe around 60 degrees. best chances prior to 1:00. moderate threat until 10:00 with more scattered showers, then clearing late part of the morning tomorrow, high of 75. >> reporter: on some of the key roots we have accident clean up. george washington parkway southbound as you approach 123, you have major delays with that one. on' big picture, lots of red, including interstate 66, crash eastbound at nutley street. we're dealing with wet, foggy conditions. a live look at 395 northbound. just north of duke street. major drive times for the northbound commuters toward the 14th street bridge, a live look at the beltway through land hem, inner loop delays for crash
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spoet ♪ ♪ good morning, america. can he make a deal? the president tries to avert a government shutdown. as trump invites all 100 senators to try to tackle the crisis in north korea. consumer alert. a mother's day coupon scam that could trap you on facebook and steal your personal data. kelly osbourne in her first live morning interview. her struggles with drugs and weight. her fight to break the cycle of addiction. being bullied for years. and what really saved her life. new this morning. the son of basketball lemd isiah thomas revealing a very personal story for the first time. he's the face of a new
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and i am a survivor. >> his story of hope and resilience. how he's changing lives starting this morning. ♪ i got a new attitude and patti labelle live, making our morning even sweeter. and they're here to say -- >> good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ] >> good morning, america. what a great crowd this tuesday morning. >> what auz going on there, michael? >> a communication -- >> situation. is there that's right. >> the situation is patti labelle is going to be here. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> love that. she's taking over with dancing friends. she's cooking up something special. >> does she not have the best energy? in the world? >> i remember. houston livestock show and rodeo
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shoes and crushed a shell. that's patti labelle. speaking of dancing, we'll have people dancing with patti. what about a shocker in the ballroom? when perfect is not good enough. eliminated after getting the first perfect score of the the season. how does that happen? mgts yeah, that's -- a lot of people are asking it. some people calling it the most shocking elimination. heather joins us live. she'll talk about it and weigh in. >> a lot coming up. first, the morning rundown from amy. we begin with rising tensions on the korean peninsula. a u.s. nuclear submarine arrived in south korea overnight, juz as north korea conducted long-range firing drills to mark an anniversary. the south is closely monitoring the north's military movements. here at home, all 100 u.s. senators are invited to a rare white house briefing tomorrow. sflmplgt pre
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to be backing down on his threat to shut down the government if lawmakers don't agree to include the border wall. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the president plans to release his tax plan tomorrow. i'm told that the centerpiece of this plan will be a steep cut in corporate taxes. slashing the rate that corporations pay all the way there 35% to 15%. a steeper cut than congressional republicans have proposed. it's far from clear how he can do that and also keep his plan to cut the deficit. as for the showdown over funding for the wall, the president told conservative journalists last night, he's willing to put off that fight to keep the government open. coming back to congress in september. amy? >> all right, jon karl, thanks for that. ivanka trump is in berlin on her
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of the trump white house. she was invited by angela america toll attend a summit on women in business m some in the audience heckled her as she explained her father's history of empowering women. a coupon offer sthat a scam. lowe's says the offer is popping up on facebook. it is offering a mother's day coupon for $50 off the next purchase. once you click, you're taken to a fake lowe's website and asked to fill out a phony survey. it's all a fraud. be warned. and if you're concerned about memory loss as you age, well, h hit the gym. new research confirms moderate exercise for just 45 men outs a few times a week improves thinking and memory skills in people over 50 pause it helps bring blood and oxygen to the brain. doctors say tai chi can also be a help. we want to congratulation david hartman and
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they accepted the distinguished service award from the national association of broadcasters. walking on stage as our favorite "gma" theme music played. the award recognizes broad caster who is is made last eing contributions to the industry. real sign of the times. clean underwear may not be as important as it used to be. apartment hunters now care more about internet access than laundry facility. 34% say wi-fi is the most important amenity when looking at a place to live. some say high-speed is the top priority. only 13% say having a washer and dryer in their apartment is the most important. i hope all those people are binge-watching netflix by themselves. >> who cares about clean clothes? >> yeah. >> thank you, amy. we have been tol
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to be a very interesting "pop news" with lara spencer. [ cheers and applause ] >> robin, i was saying that to you because -- first story is about a dear friend. serena williams. >> oh, yeah. >> in the news this morning. sharing her baby love with all of her followers. along with a picture taken on a vacation. she posted a heart felt letter to her unborn child. saying in part, you gave me the strength i didn't know i had. you didn't know you had strength, serena? she also says i can't wait to meet you. she says from the world's oldest number one to the world's youngest number one, love mommy. >> your mommy. >> she says she can't wait for them to share the title of number one in the world. she gives a birthday shoutout to her fiance, alexis. what a great bitday he must be having. >> a lot of g
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>> a lot of positive energy. also in pns opinio"pop news," t something called rolodexes. marlon brando had one. and not surprisingly, it was packed, to the nines, with the personal contact information for just about any star you can imagine. well, now, a los angeles auction house is offering this piece of hollywood history up for sale. it will be sold and his address book with the digits of jack nicholson, barbra streisand, carl bernstein's direct line at the post. hi phone book includes tom hanks, meryl streep, robert de niro, to name a few. auction estimates are there are 7500 for the rolodex and
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a lot of these people are very much awe live, perhaps have the same phone number. i'm wondering how they're feeling about the news. >> they'll be changing their numbers. >> what's up? >> did you have the one that you could spin it like that. >> take the card out. pop it back in. >> i think $7500 seems low. >> me, too. >> i was thinking $75,000. >> i wonder if some will get together to try to buy to it keep the numbers. poor tom hanks. that's for sale. coming up. i love this saying. i do it all the time. if you find a penny on the ground, find a penny, pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck. i only pick up the heads up ones. >> i didn't know that. >> george is picking up any penny. >> it's karma. i believe. >> that explains it. >> so, listen, if you find this particular penny that we're going to show you, you're going have really gd
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according to coin tracker, there's a penny in circumstance tlagts is worth $85,000. 1943, it's made of copper. which was strictly regulated to support the war effort. pennies were changed to stainless steel at the time. any copper penny made that year was zeptly made. making it incredibly rare. now worth some serious coin, if you will. in this case, a penny saved could be 85,000 pennies earned. that's what it looks like. the shot on the front. >> in anybody is looking for me this afternoon, i'll be searching through my pennies. >> no you won't. i know where you'll be. i know where you'll be. he's be hosting $100,000 pyramid. and lara spencer is on it today. >> are you doing it? >> we're filming today. i walked into her dressing room. she has the dick clark board room if her dressing room. >> kelly, the
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it is addictive. >> we're going to have a good time. can't tell how you did until i airs. >> in june. >> you already did it? >> today. i have no poerk face. i'm going to be like -- opini"p news" done, go. coming up, kelly osbourne is here reveelg how she overcame addition and how "dancing with the stars" changed her life. plus, the dancing shocker. heather and maks sent home after getting a perfect score. here we go! tradition calls it's "gotcha day!" best day ever
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with a new memoir i can't say the whole title of it. i'll say there's no bleeping secret. that's -- the closest we can get to the name of the book. everyone with that name. it was inspired by your time on "dancing with the stars." >> a bit, yes. but also, i would sit there and complain a lot because of the way the media and my public perception was. i knew it wasn't me. but, you have to right to complain if you're not going to do anything about it. >> yeah. >> so it's my opportunity to show people who i really am. then they can make up their minds. if they don't like me, that's kul. if they do, wonderful. it's so honest. it's 100% truth. >> it's hard not to like you. you have always come from a place of truth. that anyone who has seen you can say, i like her because i don't feel like she's giving me anything that is not crewly who she is. i was a big, business "osbournes"
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you said this early fame led you to a world of, like, addiction. >> millimetm-hmm. i was already doing drugs before the show. it was hollywood in general. the one misconception about me and my drug use was that i was never a party girl. i was miserable the entire time. i would just do anything not to feel what it felt like to be me. i wanted to be anyone but myself. and i wasted so much time trying to be other people. it just -- when -- i'm good enough just me. and that's okay. i don't have to be the prettiest, the smartest, the funniest. the best. i don't want to be. i just want to be me. it's one of the biggest battles you will ever face in life. >> it's a great lesson to anybody out there who is listening and hearing that. it's amazing. so many emotions. you talk about your mother's battle with cancer. your father's accident. how do your
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what you have written? ments it's funny. i gave the book to my mum before i submitted to it the publisher. 100 people can be in a room, one thing can happen, you have 100 different stories. this is how i see things. i don't want to hurt anyone. i want to protect my nieces. i gave it to them to read. my dad is the only one who tried to reedit his letter to make himself sound worse. he said, i think you should write this. i said, i'm not writing that, you're my best friend. i'm not writing that. no. >> you had lyme disease. it took ten years to diagnose. >> i had a seizure at work. it was in the press and everything. they originally diagnosed me with epilepsy. thn they thought i had m.s. i knew it wasn't that. i started to actually do the one thing doctors tell you not to do and that is to go online and look it up. because then you'll diagnose yourself with everything. >> exactly. >> and it just
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roads pointed to lyme disease. i found a doctor through my mom. i wept to her with this huge bag of pills they had me on. with my past, my mum was a bit shocked. i'm like, i can't take these anymore. i don't want to be like this. so she helped me find this doctor. i went to frankfurther, ge, ger. i got cured. it sickens me that that's not available to everyone. i want to make sure. i on will do anythingky to make sure that that treatment is available in the country. >> you know, there's also a chapter called dear bullies. and you have young nieces. you just spoke about. what is your message to them about bullies? >> when people are mean to you, it's because they see things in themselves. they see things in you that they don't like about themselves or that they wish
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and, for me, my mum taught me to go into school and tell them that my dad was going to come in and bite their heads off. it didn't work. my dad said, i'm going to give you once more chance. if you bully me one more time, i'm going to the principal. if you're talking truth and feelings, it's so powering. people don't know what to do. because they expect you the fight back. they want you to fight back. >> and you wrote -- you personalized this book to me. to miblg, i have a secret to tell you. you are my mom's celebrity crush. sharon, how are you? >> hi, mama. she's going to be so mad at me. i had to. >> kelly's book, there is no pleeping secret. it's out no. go get it. a lot of lesses for a lot of people. coming up, one of the most shockingan
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the three card monty. herding cats. how about herding kitties. ten of them. how cute is this? come on, moscow, russia. stay away there the shell games on the streets of new york city. - summer-like warmth by the weekend - 1st 90 degree day possible today: cloudy, cool, and breezy. rain likely. highs: 59-61 winds: ne 10-15 mph tonight: scattered showers. lows: 54-57 winds: n 5 mph wednesday: clouds early, late day sunshine. warmer. highs: 75-79 winds: nw to se 5 mph - another cool, breezy, rainy day - transition day wednesday - summer-like warmth by the weekend - 1st 90 degree day possible today: cloudy, cool, and breezy. rain likely. highs: 59-61 winds: ne 10-15 mph tonight: scattered showers. we want to get right to one of the most shocking eliminations ever seen on "dancing with the stars." after landing the first perfect score of the season, "glee's"
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home. heather, early morning for her. joining us from los angeles. thank you for getting up so early. good morning to you. i want to just -- obviously, we don't see maks. good morning, heather. we don't see maks there. we understand he had a personal emergency. can you share? is he okay? >> yes, you know, they had some sort of run-in with -- you know, some man near their house. trying to break in. but the police were there. they took care of it. so -- you know, they're safe. peta is okay. that's the most important thing. >> the little baby. >> making sure she's calm. yeah. >> thank you for sharing that with us. and hey, sorry about last night. as we just said, you got the first perfect score. a perfect 10 of the season. and tom bergeron said it himself. it was the worst audience reaction he had ever seen. were you as shocked as the audience that you were eliminated? >> yeah, it'a
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you know it's reality television. so many things can go wrong. and you're just -- you're trying to be hopeful the whole time. have a really great experience. i was expected it to go either way. i was just happy to be there and -- um -- you know, when it happened, i was like, you know, it is what it is. and you know, things will happen as they may. so -- you know, i just had great time. >> good attitude. >> a great attitude. it was wonderful to see you with maks. he was only able to be there for a short amount of time. we were rooting for you. we were shocked. wish you the absolute best going forward. >> thank you so much. thank you so much. >> great attitude glad maks and his family are okay.
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>> anchor: good morning, washington! i'm melanie hastings. here is a check of your stop stories. nearly 24 hours after it started fire crews are still putting out hot spots at a fire in college park. flames ripped through the 6 story apartment building that had been under construction. thick smoke visible for miles and forced a nearby senior home to evacuate. the fire caused nearly $40 million in damage. happening now, crews are working to fix a broken water main in south arlington. right now, dunwoody between column pike and 8 road side is closed. repairs will last through the morning. water was shut do you think it has been restored. we have another rainy day to get try. here is veronica johnson.
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>> reporter: >> reporter: at the bus stops this morning, it will be soggy, rain ramping up through the morning rush. until 1:00 we could see moderate rain. big puddles, may be some delays on area roads. temperatures, you'll stay stuck in the 50s. maybe in the 50s. maybe around 60 degrees. best chances prior to 1:00. moderate threat until 10:00 with more scattered showers, then clearing late part of the morning tomorrow, high of 75. >> reporter: on the roads we've got so many accidents to watch for. traveling on the george washington parkway, southbound crash as you get closer to the spout run parkway. major gridlock on most stretches of the capital beltway. north side, summit from 95 to i 270. ninety-five in virginia where we had the earlier crash. trying to recover, a live look. this is traffic flow through prince georges county on the beltway, cleared a crash in land em. as you
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[ cheers and applause ] how happy are we right now? we're here many times square with you and this wonderful, wonderful woman. a dear friend. one of the legendary singers of our time. superstar in the kitchen. she can burn, yes, she can. the best selling cookbook and her own cooking show. >> her new cookbook, "desserts la belle" is out today. she's here to show us her swe sweetest treats. >> also coming up, singing jazz. >> you can listen. >> i guess you can, if
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my first jazz album. it's called "belimage. ." >> we have a clip of the video. >> shoutout to patti labelle. i wept and bought the patti labelle pie. sweet potato patti labelle. patti! ♪ whoa yeah >> makes you want to sing. >> things went crazy after that came out. walmart sold out. >> the sweet potato pie was done, done, done, from my mother and father's recipes. it with us selling well where it was selling. baby james comes on and shocks
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the pie. >> big-time. >> all the time. >> wnt they selling on ebay for $1,000? >> they had all kinds of crazy prices for the pie. a blessing. a blessing in disguise. he's one of my best friends now. >> we want to share some of these recipes. it makes you want to dance when you're in -- we're going to have dancers bring out the pies for us. please. bring the first run out. ♪ >> i saw that. >> no, he didn't. >> yes, he did. >> oh. tell us about this. >> this is the red velvet cake. my sister, jackie, and i, had so many problems in our life when
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like we fought a lot. and she wanted me to make her an egg sandwich when she was in the hospital. you know, stage 4 cancer. i said, i can't bring it today, baby, i'll cook it tomorrow. my aunt called me and said, sugar, don't rush. she just passed on. >> there's a picture of y'all. >> hey, jackie. hey, baby. she loves my red velvet cake. it's a redepartmentive cake. when i make it, i think of jackie and smile. i think she's forgiven me. right, baby? yeah. >> another secret ingredient? >> this secret up ingredient is cocoa and vanilla. to give it the rich, purple red look. that, you know, michael. >> i'm quiet. if i'm quiet, that means it's good. >> it gives it the beautiful
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color. >> the whole audience has it. >> oh, you have it? >> what to you think? it's so, so good. >> how about raspberry pie? mg >> that means it's time for our dancing man. ♪ >> don't hurt yourself. don't hurt yourself. don't hurt yourself. >> whee! >> boy. >> they walk off. >> this is fun. this is so much fun. thank you for dancing, baby boy. >> tell us about this. >> the raspberry, my aunt, hattie mae. she was everything for me. she would make them for my father. he ate it for years and years.
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feelings. he wareally wanted strawberry p. >> the taste testers? are you loving it? [ cheers and applause ] >> did you get snit. >> the first two dancers were mm, mm, mm. we got a real surprise for the third dancer. come on out! come on, james. let's see. >> hey, everybody. >> hey, james. >> james. how are you? >> fierce, baby. >> good to see you. >> thank you. >> greatest video ever. >> thank you, thank you. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> look at you. >> james, you brought lemon bars. your moving on from sweet
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pies. >> you have to go from sweet potato to lemon. you go from patti! to lemon. >> what's the story behind the lemon bars. >> my son's favorite. a then crust. parkment paper. sprinkle the dust. i add tangerine and lemon zest. just halt extra zest. ? come on, tange. >> if you had to do something to the camera to describe your feelings about the bar, what would you do? >> i'm going to taste the lemon bar. >> get sugar on you. but no worries. >> patti! [ cheers and applause ] we've been blessed.
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it feels like hooefb. you know what? this -- i'm going to punch you -- i had to shout my way away. >> you scare me sometimes. >> you've been working together. >> we did a show together. i brought him out op lady marmalade. he came out and sang and killed the people. we cooked together. i had a thanksgiving dinner for him and quest love. they were begging know cook. came for that. >> you vice president had thanksgiving until you have had patti's. you have patti's thanksgiving. i'm coming for easter. i need to be resurrected. >> i'm going to be at barnes & noble 6:00 on fifth avenue. so come, please. >> all right. i'm going
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podcast. you have a wonderful store troy share. mispatti, everybody. >> thank you so much. >> you can get all of these recipes. on our website. we'll be right back.
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how cool is
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we have penguins in the studio this morning. check it out. and cute kids. it's world penguin day. our parent company has a huge announcement for fans of the game club penguin. today, they release the mobile version. it's called club penguin eye lapd. disney will donate $1 for each download. these birds are brother and sister. from mystic aquarium. part of the survival breeding program. they're african penguins. they have pinch patches over their eyes. they are warm-weather birds. these guys are cute. they're for real. there's a very rare species that is native to time warner. and the club penguin island species. check it out. penguin-ized. robin, michael, and george. they've been
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app. how good are they looking? couldn't be cuter. are they adorable or what? mgts adorable. >> thank you for- summer-like wh by the weekend - 1st 90 degree day possible today: cloudy, cool, and breezy. rain likely. highs: 59-61 winds: ne 10-15 mph tonight: scattered showers. lows: >> that is the latest down here. robin, back up to you. >> thank you, rob. we're going turn now to a sensitive but very, very important topic. we want to give you a heads up in case you have little ones watching. keep that in mind. zeke thomas is a deejay. a music producer. the son of basketball great isiah thomas. choosing to go public with private information about himself in hopes that his story will help others. >> my name is zeke thomas.
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and i am a survivor. >> reporter: this morning, 28-year-old deejay and music producer zeke thomas is appearing in this new psa for sexual assault awareness month. >> the path is not always a straight line. and you don't need to do it alone. >> reporter: and sharing something deeply personal. publicly. for the very first time. how is it for a young man to have to stand up and say, you know what? i was raped. >> being gay. being african-american. it's definitely something that -- i never imagined would happen to me. >> reporter: when was the first time you were avictim? >> the first time that i was a victim was when i was 1 years old. and then it happened again. last year. last february. when it happened again, i was terrified. i really felt that my manhood had been taken from me. >> you did not press charges. >> in pressing charges, the
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was being labeled. a victim. being put on the public record, the public stage. i wasn't ready. i just wasn't ready. >> reporter: sadly, steek's trauma is not uncommon. newly released data from the cdc estimates over 19.5 million u.s. men are the victims of contact sexual violence, including rape, over the course of their lives. starting at the inch age of 1, o you even begin to process what is happening to you? who to talk to about it? >> at first, i didn't realize what had happened. what has transpired pip knew it was wrong. i knew i did not want it. i did not seek it out. i hadn't let my family know until much later that this had happened. it was definitely hard for them to hear. and more hard for them to hear that i happened again. >> reporter: zeke says the heal
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past year, could not is happened without the love and support of his family, including his dad, nba hall of famer isiah thomas. tell us about the conversation you had with your parents. >> they let me know they were here for me. they'll do everything in their power to help me. i sought the help of medical professionals, therapists, doctors. it's been a journey. >> reporter: a journey aided by his passion for music. tell me how music has soothed your soul and helped you through this. >> music has been very therapeutic for me. >> reporter: share some lyrics. >> the first song is i'm dealing with it. it starts with i'm not begging for forgiveness. but tonight i'm coming undone. ♪ let my spirit leave this palace i can find the stroepgt run ♪ >> and it was through the process of, you know, i'm
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and i'm trying to take my power back. >> reporter: power he's using for good by speaking out. hoping to spark a larger conversation so that others will not have to suffer in silence. >> 1 in 10 male on male victims don't report it. i'm encouraging more victims to come forward. >> reporter: what an opportunity to sit here and to be the voice for those who don't have a voice. >> yes, that's how i feel. i want to give the voiceless a voice. >> reporter: and hope? for others? >> and hope, definitely. >> and that is his hope. he told me how important therapy and counseling have helped in helping him deal with this. he's been here on program. been a deejay for us. had no idea. and he really wanted to go public. and to let people know, i mean, i don't know about you. i was astounded by that figure. it's sexual assault awareness month. we have to keep in mind, all the people
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we're back with breakthrough artist khalid. at 19, "rolling stone" is calling him pop's latest prodigy. his new album is out now. he's performing his single, location. ♪ ♪ don't, don't, don't send me your location let's focus on communicating ♪ ♪ cause i just need the time and place to come through a chance to come through ♪ ♪ send me lower location let's ride the vibrations i don't need nothing else but you
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♪ at times i wonder why i fool with you but this is new to me this is new to you ♪ ♪ initially i didn't want to fall for you gather my attention it was all for you ♪ ♪ so don't take advantage don't leave my heart damaged ♪ ♪ to understand that things do a little bit better when you plan it ♪ ♪ so won't you send me your location let's focus on communicating cause ♪ ♪ i just need the time and place to come through ♪ ♪ send me your location let's ride the vibrations i don't need nothing else but you ♪ ♪ i don't wanna fall in love off of sub tweets so let's get personal i got a lot of cool spots that we can go tell me you want to move and i
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♪ i'm only acting like this cause i like you just give me the vibe to slide i might make you mine ♪ ♪ by tonight then send me your location let's focus on communicating ♪ ♪ cause i just need the time and place to come through place to come through ♪ ♪ send me your location lets ride the vibrations i don't need nothing else but you ride ride ride come and vibe we'll meet you now ♪ ♪ i don't need nothing else but you ♪ ♪ i don't need nothing else but you ride ride ride come and vibe with me tonight ♪ ♪ i don't need nothing else but
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♪ you no no no no no no ♪ no, no, no, no, no, no don't don't don't don't don't don't don't whoa don't ♪ ♪ no, don't, whoa, don't, don't oh i don't need nothing else but you ♪ ♪
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well, giver a big thanks to khalid. and our location is times square. thank you very much for that. >> a great way the start a
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>> anchor: good morning, washington! i'm melanie hastings. here is a check of your stop stories. a death investigation in woodbridge right now after a body was pulled from the burning
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ed to sure brook circle for a fire overnight where they found the man inside. the cause of death has not been determined. nearly 24 hours after it started , crews are still putting out the hot spots in a fire in college park. flames ripped through an apartment building that had been under construction. the fire caused $40 million in damage. you'll need own umbrella and jacket. here is veronica johnson. >> reporter: at the bus stops this morning, this morning, it will be soggy, rain ramping up through the morning rush. until 1:00 we could see moderate rain. big puddles, may be some delays on area roads. temperatures, you'll stay stuck in the 50s. maybe around 60 degrees. best chances prior to 1:00. moderate threat until 10:00 with more scattered showers, then clearing late part of the morning tomorrow, high of 75. >> reporter: foru
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well and big time delays. congestion traveling on i270 at this hour, still going to cost you 75 minutes from maryland 80 to the i270 spur. on the map you'll see delays on 395, 295, of course, dealing with a crash we had earlier at the 11th street bridge. a live look as you travel on the capital beltway, near the eisenhower avenue connector, delays on the inner loop and outer loop. melanie. >> anchor: thanks. did you know your metabolism starts to slow down at a young age of 25? yeah. don't panic, though, an expert shares top tips to speed it up again during the next hour of good morning washington on news channel 8. tune it for that and all
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