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adopted it. would they have adopted any animal they found? >> maybe. >> a possum. feral wolves. good morning, america. supreme court stunner. justice anthony kennedy, the court's key swing vote, retiring after 30 years. overnight, president trump rallies his troops. >> we have to pick one that's going to be there for 40 years, 45 years. >> the battle now beginning. republicans race to confirm a new justice as soon as possible and shape the court for a generation as democrats fight back. issues from roe v. wade to gay marriage hang in the balance. also this morning, president trump and vladimir putin. new details coming in about their first-ever official summit. also breaking news. the u.he r ue a youngoccer team trapd inhi
abandoned near the entrance. their families hoping for a miracle. wild ride. the story behind this bizarre scene. a man clings to the hood of a car speeding down the highway. a dramatic 911 call. >> i really need help. >> he held on for dear life for 15 miles. ♪ and the man behind the music. remembering joe jackson who helped bring us hits like "a, b, c." ♪ i'll be there and "i'll be there," changing the world of music and launching the careers of michael and janet. what his family is saying this mo and we do say good morning, america. and quite a legacy for joe on t up.
but first, that major breaking news from the supreme court. justice anthony kennedy, the man who cast the deciding vote on so many crucial issues, he is retiring after 30 years. he hand delivered his resignation letter to president trump. >> president trump last night addressing a rally in fargo, north dakota, thanking justice kennedy for his service saying that he is honored kennedy trusts him to choose his replacement, and now congress is gearing up for what is sure to be a heated confirmation battle. >> sure to be. it could affect every american and perhaps shape a generation. we have team coverage from the supreme court to the white house. terry moran starts us off. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, robin. here at the supreme court, this noble building, so often seen as a rock of stability in a tumultuous world, is really shaken to its core today. we're told even some of justice kennedy's closest colleagues when they came to work here yesterday did not know what he was going to do. he's been that swing vote on so many big issues for so long that when he leaves, and when he is
replaced by a nominee chosen by president donald trump, it guarantees that this court and this country is going to change profoundly. the man in the middle, the crucial swing vote, the decider. that has been justice anthony kennedy's role on the supreme court and now it's over. in a short letter that he hand-delivered to the white house himself and addressed to, my dear mr. president. in it, justice kennedy expressed his profound gratitude for what he called the privilege to seek in each case how best to know, defend the co constitution. president trump offering high praise. >> he is a man that i've known for a long time and a man that i've respected for a long time. he's been a great justice of the supreme court. >> reporter: kennedy leaves a mark on the court and american life like few other justices in history since he was nominated by ronald reagan, casting crucial votes in landmark case after case. he co-authored the key opinion upholding roe v. wade, and a
remarkable series of cases over the course of two decades, he championed the civil rights of gay and lesbian americans writing this about same-sex couples. they ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. the constitution grants them that right. and on the conservative side, justice kennedy wrote the court's opinion in citizens united, allowing unlimited corporate spending in elections and just this week, voted to uphold president trump's travel ban. and now the president will choose kennedy's successor. the stakes could not be higher. >> it's always been considered a tremendously important thing, some people think outside of obviously war and peace, it's the most important. >> reporter: high on the short list, judge thomas hardiman of pittsburgh, 52, said to be runner-up last year when trump picked neil gorsuch for the court. a strong gun rights supporter. judge brett kavanaugh, also 52,
and also like, gorsuch, a former clerk to justice kennedy and worked for the george w. bush white house and judge amy coney barrett, former clerk to justice scalia, she criticized roe versus wade and mother of seven, including a special needs child and two adopted from haiti. and president trump, his white house staff and outside legal activists, they have been preparing for this moment since well before the inauguration. he knows these nominees. he's talked to a couple of them and he and the republicans in the senate want to get this done fast so i'd expect a nominee very soon. robin. >> terry, as you know, there are so many questions. one concerning the timing. do we know any reason why that justice kennedy decided now is the time for him to retire? >> reporter: you know, robin, he had been sending signals for a couple of years. he is 81 years old. we hear that his family was okay with him staying on if he wanted to, but he didn't. and there is this, i think.
justice kennedy has demonstrated over the course of his career, a man with a profound confidence and faith in the american people and american democracy. he thinks that whatever the choice will be, and whatever this court does in the long run, it'll come out okay. >> that is the hope. hope of many. all right. thanks so much, george. as we've said the kennedy retirement has set the stage for a titanic fight over the future of the supreme court and president trump has promised to make his pick from a list of conservative judges, and democrats trying to delay. and our chief white house correspondent jon karl is tracking it. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. for many conservatives, donald trump's promise to transform the supreme court was the single most important reason they came to support him. now, he has a chance to make good on that promise but he will first face an epic confirmation battle. overnight in fargo, north campaign rallying cry.p turned n >> justice kennedy's retirement makes the issue of senate control one of the vital issues
of our time. the most important thing we can do. >> reporter: and with midterm elections on the horizon, the president called on republicans to act quickly. >> we have to pick one that's going to be there for 40 years, 45 years. we need intellect, we need so many things. >> reporter: he slammed those who would get in his way. >> democrats want judges who will rewrite the constitution any way they want to do it and take away your second amendment, erase your borders, throw open the jailhouse doors and destroy your freedoms. >> reporter: the president's choice could be the most consequential supreme court nomination in a half century. replacing the swing vote on the court and likely shifting the balance of power decisively in favor of the conservatives. leonard leo is the conservative legal expert who will help the president make his pick. >> it's a transformative opportunity for the president
and the country. >> reporter: to transform the supreme court. >> well, to transform the rule of law in our country. >> reporter: during the campaign, trump promised to only pick pro-life judges. >> i am putting pro-life justices on the court. >> reporter: anti-abortion activists are calling it a pivotal moment while abortion rights defenders are saying they are in dire immediate danger. >> the senate should reject on a bipartisan basis any justice who would overturn roe v. wade or undermine key health care protections. >> reporter: democrats insist there should be no confirmation vote at all until after the midterm elections. they point to the fact that republicans blocked barack obama's last pick for ten months before the 2016 presidential election, but republican leader mitch mcconnell says there must be no delay. >> we will vote to confirm justice kennedy's successor this fall. >> reporter: republicans are
dealing with a razor-thin, one-vote majority in the senate. that means they can afford to lose only one, and when you consider the fact that john mccain hasn't been in the senate's vote since late last year, there really is no margin of error. and as the president said last night, we lose one if somebody gets a bad cold. that's why, george, you can expect republicans to put intense pressure on three democrats, three democrats who voted for neil gorsuch, his choice last time around, and who are now this year up for re-election in states that trump won big. >> republicans are trying to put pressure on those democrats. democrats trying to put pressure on two key republican senators, women senators, susan collins of maine and lisa murkowski of alaska. >> reporter: absolutely. they are both in favor of abortion rights but both also putting a lot oprsu och last their own, those two, to support the president's nominee this time, as well. >> jon, thanks very much.
let's get more from our >> that's ghg byst, dan abrams, but let's be clear. there's no question that roe v. wade could be in jeopardy. but that doesn't mean it will get overturned. everyone is talking about overturned, overturned. as a practical matter, justices like to show deference to previous opinions meaning, it's unusual to say we're simply going to overturn a decision because we now disagree with it. it happens on occasion, but it's very rare. more likely what you see is an opinion effectively get gutted meaning, states that want to restrict abortion will increasingly make laws that are more restrictive and more restrictive and then have those laws challenged in the hope that those laws are able to move forward, and in effect it would mean it becomes nearly impossible for women in a number of states to get abortions. >> and you can be sure that whoever president trump
nominates will do his or her best not to show their hande rule is when you are asked about a particular case, you say, this could come in front of me, and as a result, i would have to see whac of the caere, but you have to believe that the president is going to know a lot about any candidate that he considers. >> roe v. wade really is the issue getting so much attention, kate. but you say there are two others, gay marriage and the death penalty that could also be impacted by this. >> justice anthony kennedy didn't just vote to uphold gay rights, he was the architect essentially of the revolution under the constitution in terms of gay rights and equal protection clause. so he wrote the recent opinion finding that the constitution guarantees marriage regardless of sex. and, you know, those were all 5-4 decisions, so i think at least in theory, those could be in question. but just as dan said, just because you have the votes to overturn a prior case doesn't mean you necessarily use them, the court in 1992 looked like it would overturn roe v. wade
because there had been a change in membership and reaffirmed it in part because the court as an institution would be harmed by essentially giving the appearance that it was a political institution. so in all these area kennedy di this announcement from the bench. were you surprised by this? >> we all knew it was a possibility but i don't think anyone in that building really believed he was going to do it yesterday in part because he seemed to send a message with his travel ban separate writing he had some concerns about some of president trump's conduct and rhetoric. he wrote to say you need to act in ways that respect constitutional values like equality, but in the end, i think he did want to be replaced by a republican president, and this is the surest way to see that. >> and the supreme court is pretty good, better than most institutions, at keeping secrets. back to robin. george, as the president faces that supreme court battle, he is also preparing for that high stakes meeting with russian president vladimir putin. the two leaders' first formal summit, and martha raddatz has
those new details for us. good morning, martha. >> reporter: the white house and the kremlin have made the announcement, the summit will in helsinki, finland, on july 16th, of course, they have met before, overaes last year and this will be their first official summit. the men will talk about syria, ukraine, they'll also talk about russian meddling in the 2016 elections. but president trump is already pushing back, sowing seeds of doubt about that russia meddling. president trump tweeting this morning, russia continues to say they had nothing to do with meddling in your election. where is the ndnc server and why didn't shady james comey and the
now disgraced fbi agents take and examine it? robin? >> martha, thank you very much. cecilia. thanks. now to that crisis at the border. a team of investigators are headed to shelters housing migrant children looking to ensure the health and safety of more than 2,000 kids separated from their parents. this as first lady melania trip plans a second trip to the border. our chief national affairs correspondent, tom llamas, is outside a center of those children and good morning, tom. >> details of the first lady's trip are still being kept under wraps but we understand she will be traveling to arizona today to visit with families and children affected by her husband's zero tolerance immigration policy. this, as a government watchdog will inspect all facilities similar to this one behind me, that house immigrant children. this used to be a motel. now kids call it home. this morning, the pressure and spotlight growing on the care given to
these children separated from their parents. this days after they grilled the secretary of health and human services. >> parents that i hear from who desperately want to know where their kids are. >> there is no reason why any parent would not know where their child is located. >> reporter: a judge now ordering the federal government to reunite the more than 2,000 children with their parents within 30 days. >> do you think the federal government is going to make that deadline? >> i think they're going to work really hard at it. we respond at quarters, and my counterparts have been working this issue to connect families. >> reporter: the commissioner of customs and border protection, taking us through the merciless desert terrain that separates arizona and mexico. yet, so many still try to cross. more than 150 people arrested every day in this area alone. from the air we saw it up close. they spotted two people, one a male dressed completely in camouflage. another, a female dressed in red. and they have climbed to the top of a mountain. and this morning, abc news
obtaining these images of a 6- b frocoa abandoned, possibly by smugglers, on a border road in arizona. cbp says he was left with a bottle of soda in 100-degree heat. and that image shows you the risk that some take even with children. yesterday, we were able to hike the trail to the border and we saw how unforgiving that landscape is. at least 400 people die a year just trying to get into arizona. we move on now to the breaking news overseas. american and british experts have joined in the search for a group of young soccer players in a cave for five days. abc's eva pilgrim brings us the latest from london. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is a race against time. that boys' soccer team has been trapped in the cave in thailand now for five days. this morning, the u.s. military has been sent in to help. about 30 american search and rescue experts are joining a team of about 600 people.
the 12 boys, ages 11 to 16, and their coach went into that cave saturday becoming trapped after heavy rains clogged the main entrance. flooding is a major problem here. water levels in the cave have been rising because of the rain going up overnight by six inches every hour. now, meanwhile, family and friends have been praying near the entrance near where the bikes and backpacks the boys left behind and rescuers are hoping to find some way, any way, into that cave to get this group out before the water takes hold, and they are hoping for a break from this rain to help them get in to be able to do that, george. >> you can only hope they found higher ground inside that cave. okay, eva, thanks very much. out of the tournament following a 2-0 loss to south korea. it is the first time germany has failed to get through the group stage. now, the upsets means what -- what does that mean? >> it means mexico is still in
it! >> advancing to the round of 16. >> i'm not an unbiased journalist on this one. it all goes out the door. >> celebrations going on across mexico. >> the funniest thing i've seen. mexicans in the street, they were looking for south koreans to hug them. it was, like, hug a south korean day. >> and you and your husband, had your jerseys on? full support. >> we were in it to win it. we're still in it. >> very happy. let's go back to ginger. seretormludi you know what, this funnel in youngwood, pennsylvania. a lot of heat i have got to talk about later, but for now, the hot cities brought to you by quicken loans rocket mortgage. oe
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and the plains are now bracing for a heat wave that's moving east, even though it is drizzly outside. that is not what we call a dry heat. >> no, not at all. >> faithful little crowd. >> we sure do. >> with their umbrellas braving the elements. good to have them here. now the tributes pouring in for joe jackson, the patriarch of the first family of pop, raising michael jackson, janet jackson. joe died on wednesday leaving behind a complex legacy, but there is no question about his gift for cultivating musical greatness. abc's deborah roberts is here with much more on this. good morning, deb. >> reporter: good morning, robin. you are right, joe jackson, indeed, leaves behind a complicated legacy, many admiring him, others resenting him but, whatever your thoughts, the blue collar guy from the midwest would once dreamed of becoming a boxer had an eye and d an ear for swith one of the b gifts in music history. he was famous for fostering his children's musical talents, praised by many for bringing them to the world stage.
as the family patriarch joe jackson changed the world of music forever molding his five sons including michael into the jackson 5. by 1970 the group an international sensation with hits like "a, b, c" and "i'll be there ♪ ♪ i'll be there >> reporter: and he became the driving force behind launching the solo careers of michael and janet. the brothers recounting how he could be brutal beating them. even during rehearsals. in a 1993 interview with oprah winfrey, michael revealing he feared his father. >> did he ever beat you? >> yes, he did. yes. >> and that was difficult to take getting beat and going on stage to perform. >> and why would he beat you? >> because he saw me -- he wanted -- i guess maybe i don't know if i was his golden child,
or whatever it was, some may call it a strict disciplinarian or whatever but he was very strict, very hard. you know, very stern and just a look would scare you. >> reporter: years later oprah would ask joe jackson about his son's words. the senior jackson defending his parenting style. >> that never happened. >> he told me, i did that interview with him in 1993, and he told me that you beat him. >> well, i'm glad that he was raised in such of a way he was liked all over the world. he could have been like some of the other kids from gary. >> reporter: complex relationship aside he was by his son's side throughout his trial for sexual molestation and celebrating when he was acquitted.wh the superstar unex
died in 2009, joe spoke for the family. >> michael was the superstar. he was the superstar all over the world. he was loved in every country. >> reporter: the famously strict father suffering from health issues recently. in november 2012 recovering from a minor stroke at his las vegas home. three years later another stroke and heart arrhythmia while out of the country in brazil on his 87th birthday, then in may 2016 a high fever leaving him temporarily hospitalized. on sunday, the twitter account for the father of 11 sending out this image of the man wearing his famous fedora saying, i have seen more sunsets than i have left to see. the sun rises when the time comes and whether you like it or not, the sun sets when the time comes. on saturday, just days before his passing, janet paying tribute to her dad while accepting the first-ever impact award at radio disney's music awards. >> my father, my incredible father drove me to be the best i can. >> reporter: this morning, his family remembering him with love.
daughter la toya tweeting, i will always love you. and grandson prince sharing this image of himself with the man who taught him to take pride in his famous last name adding, there is and never will be someone like you. fly free and until we meet again. jackson's 20-year-old granddaughter paris sharing her heartbreak on instagram just hours ago saying of her grandfather, spending those last few moments with you were everything. being able to tell you everything i needed to tell you before saying good-bye was such a blessing. aside from his children and grandchildren, the famous father also leaving behind 88-year-old wife katherine and, guys, i think so many of us think of her as this rock in the middle of all those tumultuous times. >> and the love from the family. what janet said recently as you had in your piece at the awards can't -- the music.
>> the music. >> what he was able to do with that family during that time in this country is just -- >> so that should probably be his biggest legacy. we know there were allegations of abuse but that enduring music and what they shared with the world was amazing. >> enduring music, thanks. we're going to switch gears now and get the latest on that camping murder mystery in california, where a father was killed inside a tent while camping with his two young daughters and the coroner's office release their findings and a string of unsolved shootings in the area and kayna whitworth is in calabasas with the latest. >> reporter: george, good morning. the coroner's office now saying 35-year-old tristan beaudette was shot in the head. that's a much different report than we got from authorities earlier in the week when they said he was shot in the torso. police also now confirming they are investigating other shootingses in this popular park. this morning, as police hunt for the person behind the gun that killed tristan beaudette, the l.a. county coroner's office confirmsing to abc news that
the 35-year-old died from a bullet wound to the head. the father of two was sleeping in a tent with his young daughters here at malibu state creek park when shot and killed around 4:45 and he had taken his girls camping so that his wife could study for an exam. the children not injured. >> the relative came over immediately saw the problem and helped the girls and called the police. >> reporter: this is just the latest in a series of five shootings in less than two years in and around the park. the most recent one taking place on june 18th, just five days before beaudette was killed. police say they're working with the california state parks department to compare any similar shooting incidents but this morning it's unclear if they're connected. >> i just woke up to a stinging pain in my arm. >> reporter: james rogers says he was sleeping in a hammock just south of malibu creek when he was struck by a pellet gun back in 2016. rogers says he needed surgery to remove the shrapnel from his wound.
>> when you think about going hiking or backpacking in the wilderness, i never xwluz used o think about humans as being part of the danger out there. that changed my view on things. >> reporter: the campgrounds are closed until further notice. coming up the story behind this viral video. the man hanging on to this car for 15 miles as his ex-girlfriend sped down the highway. his 911 call and why the driver now says she didn't stop. now says she didn't stop. i'm in the kitchen. i need my blood sugar to stay in control. i need to shave my a1c. weekends are my time i need an insulin that fits my schedule. ♪ tresiba® ready ♪ (announcer) tresiba® is used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes. don't use tresiba® to treat diabetic ketoacidosis, during episodes of low blood sugar, or if you are allergic to any of its ingredients.
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okay, take a look at this video. imagine driving down the highway and seeing this. we're now hearing why this florida man was clinging to the hood of a speeding car and why his ex-girlfriend said she kept on going. abc's gio benitez is here with more. all right, gio, what's going on? >> oh, cecilia, good morning. listen, that video has more than a million views already and this morning, it's a high-speed he said/she said. the man and his ex pointing the finger at each other. it was a viral video so wild it almost seemed hard to believe. a man clinging to a car speeding down a florida highway at nearly 70 miles per hour holding on for dear life for nearly 15 minutes. but it was very real for junior francis and his ex-girlfriend behind the wheel. >> you're on top of the car.
>> yes, i'm on top of a speeding vehicle. >> reporter: francis said he thought he was going to die. >> she's in the car and i'm on top of the car. >> okay, sir, i'm letting them know. >> i'm going to need help. >> reporter: he said it started with an argument when they both wanted to use the car and still live together. >> she turned the engine on, dropped it in reverse and started driving out and that's when things took a turn. >> reporter: 22-year-old francis telling wplg his ex got to the driver after seat first and francis showing us how he held on. >> it was with one hand and the other hand i'm holding the phone. >> 911, what is your emergency? >> yes, i'm on top of a speeding vehicle. someone's trying to steal my car. >> okay, what's the address? >> i don't even know where i'm at. >> reporter: 24-year-old patresha isidore eventually arrested, released from jail and
anything. he had plenty of time to get off the car. he didn't want to stop. >> i understand it's gone viral, but a lot of people need to understand the dangers that this suspect put everyone in not just the victim that was on the hood of the car. >> and isidore says she tried to stop but that he wouldn't get off the hood. she says she's filing a restraining order against him. she's been charged with crimes against a person ek posing them to harm. >> 70 miles an hour for 15 miles. >> 15 miles. >> and he's on the cell phone the whole time. >> and this is one of the busiest highways in south florida. >> i love how the operator said what's your address? it's hard to say when you're -- >> so we were thinking of asking you to re-enact this tomorrow ff a floridaoy yeah, coming up, we have
>> oh, robin. i mean obviously i brought some of my best friends here and we are having a thrill of a morning. a toy story morning if you will because we are in andy's backyard where we get to play big. yes, toy story land, so few people have seen it and now everybody gets to feel like the size of a toy. we've all shrunken this morning. that is a 14'3" buzz lightyear you're seeing there. it's impossible to not have fun here, robin. >> i would think not and i'm sure someone is having extra fun. where is adrian? >> yeah, adrian is not here this morning but he did get to come here and do the preview. i'm telling you, this kid has been smiling ever since. double thumbs up. this place is made for young children just like adrian and you'll see that coming up in the 8:00 hour. >> have to bring him back a few times. a lot more from ginger coming up. also when we come back, how
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hey, good morning to you. i'm natasha zouves from "abc7 mornings." and meteorologist mike nicco's tracking our forecast. hey, there, mike. >> hey, tasha. hi, everybody. fog's been kind of fickle this week. today it's gone once again, as we look at the golden gate bridge. it's going to be nice for outdoor activities, other than the gusty breezes south of the bay bridge and the strong sunshine that will be out there. low to mid-60s coast into san francisco, 69 to 74 around the bay, and some 80s inland. now, we'll jump into the 90s tomorrow, triple digits saturday, but just one day we'll be back in the 90s sunday. alexis? hey, good morning, mike. we are taking a look at what was an issue in the tri-valley. we're in recovery mode now. we had a crash involving a motorcycle westbound 580 at portola avenue. all lanes just opened up about five minutes ago, so definitely some delays once you get past altamont pass. eastbound 80, lower deck of the bay bridge just before treasure island, we have a new report of a three-car crash. natasha? >> alexis, thank you.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. supreme court battle after the surprise resignation of key justice anthony kennedy retiring after 30 years. as republicans now race to confirm a new justice as soon as possible and shape the court for a generation. issues from roe v. wade to gay marriage hang in the balance. cracking the kid code. who could your child be talking to and messaging? the scary real-life incident that led to a home invasion and the expert advice this morning every parent should hear. new this morning. "consumer reports" reveals what's really the healthiest breakfast for some of the hod y♪ are you ready to head inside "toy story" land? the whimsical world where you
get to play big. your first look this morning. >> let's do it. >> to infinity and beyond! and it's a big morning in times square with the smallest superhero. "ant-man's" paul rudd here live. >> look how cute and he is here to say. >> good morning, america. oh, my gosh. i felt like my mother. ooh. he is so much fun. he's always game. >> he's a great guy. >> he is great guy. one more alarm clock. >> we sure do. also taking you to walt disney world. there's ginger riding what i'm told is the slinky dog dash at the brand-new toy story land and have more on that exclusive access. that looks fun. >> she is holding on.
more on that coming up. first, the big headlines beginning with that supreme court stunner. justice anthony kennedy is retiring after 30 years giving president trump a chance to reshape his high court and his pick that could affect every american for decades. terry moran at the supreme court. good morning, terry. >> reporter: justice kennedy's decision to retire came as a shock to the country and to some of his colleagues. the only sign was that yesterday on his last day sitting on the bench in the supreme court, his wife and some members of his family were in the audience, and it is for them, we're told, that he is making this decision. he is 81 years old. he served on this court for 30 years. and he would just like to be with his family more at this point in his life. whoever is going to replace him, there's no question that person will be decades younger and far more sharply conservative. so high on the short list, judge thomas hardiman of pittsburgh. he's 52 years old. he was the runner-up when president trump chose neil gorsuch last year. there's judge brett kavanaugh, he's also 52, a judge here in washington, d.c. he served in george w. bush's white house. and amy coney barrett, she is a
judge in indiana, in chicago, and she is 46 years old, the former law clerk to justice scalia. it's going to be an epic battle. the democrats are furious, especially after senate republicans blocked president obama's nominee to replace justice scalia, merrick garland. the republicans have a slim but on this issue pretty solid-looking majority in the senate and the stakes could not be higher, george. this one, no question for all the marbles on this court. >> biggest political fight of the year. thanks very much. now to the president's high-stakes meeting with russian president vladimir putin. the two leaders, it would be their first formal summit, so let's go back to our chief global affairs correspondent, martha raddatz. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the white house has announced that summit, that meeting will be july 16th in helsinki, finland. of course, president trump has met with president putin in the past. two bheegts on the sidelines of other meetings.
this will be as you said, the first formal, official summit. john bolton, who is trump's national security adviser, met with putin yesterday in russia to work on details of the meeting, saying it's important for these two critically important countries to get together and discuss areas of mutual cooperation. both feel it would lead to improvements in the u.s./russian bilateral relationship. president putin said he regrets to say u.s./russian relations are not in the best of shape, but they will likely talk about syria, ukraine and russian meddling in elections. president trump just this morning tweeting that russia continues to say they had nothing to do with meddling. should be an interesting summit, robin. >> it certainly will. thank you very much. will you be there? >> i think so. >> i didn't mean to put on the spot like that.
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the cast of "breaking bad," anyone at the table? come on. i bring you shows all the time. reunited by "entertainment weekly" to celebrate ten years since their debut and five since the finale, bryan cranston, aaron paul and the rest of the gang all sitting down to reminisce on their time together. here's an exclusive preview. >> i remember when we were shooting the first season, dean and i were talking. he goes, you know, in ten years, we're going to look back and say, [ bleep ]. i used to be a part of "breaking bad." he created a realm of storytelling that opened up to the world what was now possible. that the box that you thought you were in before can be completely obliterated. yeah. >> to watch "entertainment weekly's" full reunion check out peopletv.com, and check out the new issue hitting newsstands tomorrow. do you guys watch the show? >> yes.
>> i have a whole new respect for all my teachers and how they were moonlighting outside of school. the imagination goes wild. but next up, filming for the "wonder woman" sequel is under way, and director patty jenkins has tweeted out our very first look at kristen wiig as cheetah and posting this photo with the caption enter barbara minerva. in the comic, she plays an archaeologist and obsesses about stealing wonder woman's treasures and transforms into a human and cheetah hybrid. patty previously shared photos of chris pine and gal gadot. itilbe released november 2019. i know you'll be there. [ applause ] ov patty's getting the word out >>eabe2019 lea antimes getting out door on a u espealyo dog w
let yo this is little giannis doing his best to keep his owner home. pretty much mopping the floor on that one. i feel more like the dog at the end of the week. like, come on, but i never had a fluffy dog so mine didn't mop the floor. anyone here? i know, maybe i wasn't that good to my dog. >> yeah. >> they never fought me to leave. >> we don't want to you leave. >> thank you. >> do you have a fluffy dog? >> no, we have a dachshund. >> and you don't have fluffy dogs. >> a chubby -- >> are you fat shaming -- >> not cool. >> she's right. >> oh, the dog is fat? i like to say they have girth. pleasantly plump, rotund. okay. we'll move on to our "gma" cover story. it is time. very different kind of story, it's called cracking the kid code, new warning about the apps your kids may be using and find out who they're talking to online. when you hear this you'll know why.
abc's whit johnson here with more. good morning, whit. >> reporter: there are some scary stories here. difficult for parents to prepare for an event they can't even imagine happening. this is something all parents are going to want to pay attention to. this morning, a new warning about what your kids could be doing online and you don't even know it. with over 2 billion active gamers worldwide, many of them kids, there are an increasing number of ways that they can communicate inside the popular multiplayer games, including apps that are particularly hard for parents to monitor. >> there's many ways for gamers to communicate with strangers online so it's really about parents talking to their kids about what they're doing. >> reporter: and one of those apps, discord. a messaging app that lets gamers talk to each other, just had very real-life consequences. this new zealand man is facing charges this morning after a bizarre 8,500-mile journey to the u.s. investigators say 25-year-old troy george skinner was targeting a 14-year-old girl
he'd met through the app discord and he attempted to break into her home outside richmond, virginia. that's when the girl's mother shot him twice. >> go ahead, 520? >> this is a scary situation. doesn't happen every day. has definitely happened in the past and unfortunately will likely happen again but it's not something that we see every day, so we want parents to not freak out, you know, not to scare their children, but to understand the dangers that they face online. that talking to strangers online is not a healthy thing for young children to be doing. >> reporter: according to investigators, the 14-year-old claimed she did not give skinner her address and did not know he was flying to see her. in a statement, the company saying, we take our community's safety very seriously, and are constantly assessing and improving our trust and safety measures. we urge parents to teach their children the risks of communicating online and the importance of chatting to only those they know. >> it can be difficult to monitor everything that your child is doing and that's why it's so important to have
ongoing and successful conversations with your children and empower them to make the safe and smart decision. >> reporter: and the center for missing and exploited alsouggeing children who have been contacted online should actually leave a tip on their cybertip line, easy to remember. cybertipline.org and authorities can monitor and track any potential threats. robin. >> thank you. now we'll talk about breakfast on the go. according to the latest research roughly one-third of us get our first meal of the day from a fast food chain, and now "consumer reports" is revealing their list of healthiest and tastiest options and nutritionist maya feller has results. before we get to the final results what overall should we look for. >> it's really important to look at the quality of what they are eating. have minimally processed ingredients, specifically whole grains, heart healthy fats, lean proteins, nonstarchy vegetables.
one thinghat we know is americans are having more breakfast outside of the home so i want them to think about macro and micronutrients that are well balanced. >> okay, all right, so what are we starting off with here? >> okay, so, this is the au bon pain two egg cheese and cheddar on a skinny wheat bagel. >> i know, all on a skinny wheat bagel. >> i know. it's, like, really -- so this was recommended by the "consumer reports" nutritionists and it scored well with regard to taste and nutrition. right? i think it scored well because of the wheat and we want people to have whole wheat instead of refined grain. >> what if you're worried about sodium? >> okay, this is going to give you 790 milligrams of sodium which from my perspective i'll say swap out the ham and the cheese to reduce the sodium. >> you said 790. i liked that gentleman, his eyes were whoo! >> i know. i always pay attention to the sodium. >> what do we have here? >> over here, we have the jamba juice. this is the greek yogurt with berries. it's an energy bowl. it's great, berries are a good source of antioxidants and tend
to be high in fiber. i like it, you know? >> okay, but what about sugar? >> all right, so, something like this is giving the approximate equivalent of 10 1/2 teaspoons of sugar. now, the american heart association, i know, this is a high amount, right. says for women when you're thinking about the added sugars have no more than 6 1/4 added sugars a day and for men no more than nine. >> keep that in mind. >> exactly. >> i had this a lot at starbucks. please tell me i'm okay. is it good? please. tell me, please. >> so, here's the thing. we love oatmeal because it's a good source of fiber. this comes with berries. what i'm going to say is to watch because all of these are added, right? once you get into adding toppings all over the place it changes the nutrient profile. >> this is the winner. >> this is the absolute winner. panera bread in terms of the sensory score scored the highest and nutrition was quite good. i believe it's the winner because of the avocado, tomato, spinach. heart healthy fats, the spinach and tomato, antioxidants. this is why it scored the best.
>> all right, maya, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> it's on the go, we're busy, and we want to feel like we're doing the right thing. "consumer reports" looked at other chain restaurants as well, like mcdonald's and dunkin' donuts, find out more in the august issue of "consumer reports." ginger, disney world. >> yes, robin. we're right here bracing ourselves. we're all buckled up because we're about to do the alien swirly saucers. are you guys ready? [ cheers ] the fun is getting started in 3, 2, 1, let's swirl and as we go, i got to tell you, it's a hot one here in florida.
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good morning. it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." developing news in san jose. this morning, fire investigators are looking into several suspicious fires. firefighters spent much of yesterday evening putting out four fires along coyote creek. they're still trying to figure out whether the fires were intentionally set. they say the fires began within a few minutes and miles from one another. no structures were damaged and nobody was hurt. let's see how your morning commute is doing. hi, alexis. hey, good morning, reggie. things are starting to ramp up. it really was quiet most of the morning, kind of getting a later morning start here in a lot of areas. so, about 30 incidents on the board. southbound 680 before stone valley, a crash has been pushed off to the shoulder. you're backed up solid into walnut creek. and an earlier crash has cleared from the san mateo bridge as
good morning. temperatures responding a little bit to the early sunshine. mid-50s to already 68 in brentwood, and we're seeing some 60s around the bay. driving today, ferry ride, mass transit all doing good. just watch out for aggressive winds south of the bay bridge this afternoon. the heat is on tomorrow through sunday. reggie? >> thanks, another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes, always on our news app and abc7news.com. here's a live look at santa cruz this morning. "gma" continues now.
welcome back to "gma." happy friday eve. on this incredible audience we have our newly engaged couple watching. [ applause ] yes. she says she was very excited about meeting our next guest. look who we have. you know him from his roles in "anchorman" and "i love you, man" and now you're antman. >> i really every movie i've ever been in has man in it. >> little man with your shirt. >> that's my agent. >> very good. he's so adorable. >> yeah, i like the shirt. >> we have had a lot of fun having the cast here. evangeline lilly here last week and michael douglassitting in that chair. >> they switched it. >> quite envious of you and your
comedic chops. >> i think we're all a little envious of michael douglas and his abilities as an actor, as the coolest guy in the room. he is the best. he has a look. >> he said you were stealing every scene. >> oh, yeah, he likes to get those shots in. i try -- i will run around in circles and sweat and everything and he just like you said brings the house down. >> your character is under house arrest i'm told for two years. >> that's right. >> have you thought about what you would do in your house if you had to stay in there for two years and all that time contemplating your character's role? >> well, you know, somebody asked moo he this the other day. what would you do if you were under house arrest. i started thinking i would probably try to learn a language. i would try and learn a musical instrument. i would read books and as i was describing it i started thinking this sounds great. house arrest sounds awesome.
[ applause ] yeah. >> in the movie and in real life you are a devoted father and you took your daughter to the premiere. it was her first time on the red carpet. a premiere like that. >> first time she ever saw a film that i was in in a movie theater. we went together and she went to the premiere and she picked out her outfit and she had a sparkly ant on her purse that she bought and my son was there too and he had ants on his tennis shoes. it was a really fun time. yeah, it was pretty cool. >> but she wasn't overly impressed with the party, i hear. >> well, we live here in new york and the premiere was in los angeles. and with the time change, i was just scared she was going to fall asleep during the film but she made it through and she was very happy and then by the time she got to the party she w -- yeah, she was pretty beat then she told the next day, parties aren't that much fun, are they?
>> we have a clip but you want to set it up for us? >> oh, i think in this clip, what's different in this film i don't shrink just to ant size, there's a bit of a sliding scale and there's a scene where the suit gets stuck and i think i'm stuck at about two feet tall. >> nice setup. ♪ >> hi, ya, champ. how was school today? >> ha, ha, ha get your jokes out now. >> can you fix the suit. >> so cranky. >> you want a juice box and some string cheese. >> do you really have that? [ applause ] >> so you must be on the longest press tour ever -- >> yeah, well, the world cup has kind of affected the way the movie is being released so it's
going to be going throughout most of the summer, yeah. >> how was taiwan? >> i just got back from taiwan. taiwan was an amazing place. i've never been there -- i mean i have been there now. but i hadn't been there and the people were so friendly and it was strange. it was kind of -- look around and think, wow, i'm in taiwan. what was weird is there was a big red carpet event but we didn't show the movie. >> what? >> what? >> well, it's kind of like -- it was this press tour but because it was a while ago and the movie hadn't come out yet they didn't have the movie to show them so we -- >> a little different. >> sat around and i made dumplings on tv and, but it was -- it was cool. it was a neat place to visit. >> we love you for so many different roles that you play. when you're walking down the street, is there one particular role that you play that people always point out to you and ask you about? >> it's changed over time. usually if i'm walking down the street now i just -- people go
antman. and then every once in a while they'll say slap the bass. they'll say that to me and sometimes i'll get how's phoebe? >> yes. yes. >> those are the only three. >> mike. >> "anchorman." >> wonderful to have you here, paul. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> you and phoebe, that's true. hey, "antman and the wasp" hits theaters july 6th and courtesy of our friends at imax, everyone in our audience gets two tickets. two tickets. two! [ applause ] >> yes. consider it our wedding gift to you, okay? how about that? coming up, sunscreen alert and common medications you may be taking that make you more sensitive to the sun. come on back.
we are back now with a "gma" summer health alert. you may not realize it but there are a number of common medications that could make you more sensitive to the sun, dermatologist dr. jeanine downie is here with how to safely enjoy the weather. how are you? >> i got a flat tire. >> you got the gucci tennis shoe. >> so, tell us, everybody, about these medications because you're
not telling people do not study them. >> men taking aspirin, more than double their risk of getting skin cancer. not that they need to stop taking aspirin. they just need to be aware and there are a whole lot of other medications that can predispose your sun sensitivity including oral acne medication, okay, some blood pressure medications, some antidepressants and evening diabetic medications. it's not that people need to stop taking them. >> so what do we do? >> i understand people love to be out in the sun. i'm an ex-lifeguard. i'm right here and swim instructor. so what i tell everybody is they have to reapply the sunblock. so it's an spf 30 broad spectrum protection every single day rain or shine, every day. january through december. regardless of your ethnicity. >> and we have two wonderful audience members that will be
applying sunscreen so are they doing it correctly? what do you see here? >> hi, cassidy, hi, kirk. you guys are doing a good job but with all due respect you're forgetting your ears so we see a ton of skin cancer on the ear. let's not forget your ear, the back of the neck is another critical place people forget, the backs of the legs entirely and tops of the feet. >> that gets me, the top of the feet. >> people we see skin cancers this those places. so you're applying for america right now so you got to show america how to do it right because it's critical. >> and how much and how many times? a slass full on neck, face and ears and in new york every two hour, down closer to florida it's every hour but that's what peopl a lifeguard. >> yes, and ex-swim champ. trying to be good. >> you are good. >> but i was a lifeguard in new jersey. >> you do know what you speak. >> no, and i love the sun. i just put on sunblock and
reapply it because i want to lie about my age for years. >> wonderful, always to have you and hope you're on the mend. >> for my flat tire. go away. >> back to ginger in disney world, florida. ginger. >> oh, robin, not only are we playing big here at toy story land but eating big and drinking big. i've got an alien sipper that has ooh, the claw inside and also you can have a lunch box tart. so many things at toy all right. guy, we've been waiting for this forever. we have everybody io a special guest with me when we checked out toy story
land. check it out. >> to infinity and beyond! >> they're the toys we first fell in love with more than 20 years ago. >> look, we're all very impressed with andy's new toy. >> toy? >> t-o-y, toy. >> and now they're supersized at disney's toy story land. a whimsical world where you get to play big. now that i've made it to toy story land i realize this place is made for young kids, oh, good, i found one. are you ready, adrian? >> let's do it. ♪ you imagine it first & now it comes to life. >> it is amazing. in andy's backyard and andy has spread his toys out all over the backyards and we're honorary toys and get to experience what it is to be toy size. >> adrian ran through andy's footprint. it's a size 240. nothing makes you feel small like a huge footprint. before adrian and i hit the
rides we get a greeting from sarge and his green army men. >> good to see you, company halt. i want to see how you dole toing orders. let's see you salute. >> yay. >> give me five. now, a low five. now, the knuckles. bam. good work. nicely done. i see you're great at being adorable. can you do marching? left, right, left, right, left, right. >> are you ready to do this, baby? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> high-five. then we board alien swirling saucers, a toy rocket that takes us 0en a spin through space. all this play has our stomachs grumbling so we stop at woody's lunch box. i think it's time to take a little break. what do you think? get a little food? let's do it. >> howdy, partner. your grilled cheese and two mystic portal punches. >> one ride that adrian isn't quite tall enough. i'll have to did the slinky dog
dash by myself. that was awesome. and no trip would be complete without a visit with buzz and woody. of course, some hugs and even a little dancing. >> in case you couldn't tell, that is a double thumbs up from adrian and i. toy story land, the long awaited toy story land opens saturday. for now green army patrol, assemble. ♪ all right. we'll head back to you. >> fun, ginger. thank you. we love it. we can head to our website for more ontoy story land rides and also coming up, amy adams is here giving us
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0. >> announcer: supera summer concert in the park presented by king's hawaiian. all right. we are back now with the incredibly talented actress amy adams enchanted us, see what we did there, for years on the big screen and now taking on tv in the new hbo series "sharp objects" based on the book by "gillian flynn." my sources tell me you've got a fashion stylist with a very critical eye. >> i do, my daughter. >> your daughter. >> she weigh in on this outfit. >> she actually did and liked it very much. she's not a fan -- i sometimes will do a plunging neckline from time to time and she is not a fan of that. >> how old is she. >> she's. >> i love it. >> she does this -- >> you get the eye. we were talking about that before you came in. >> she approved and liked it. >> that's great.
"enchanted" is one of the only movies i'm told she was able to see. >> yes. >> will you be able to break any news, a "disenchanted" soon. >> it's in the works and hoping to move forward with that pretty soon. >> you are in this new project not only starring in it, you are executive producing it. >> yeah. >> this is, of course, by the best-selling author of "gone girl" from her debut novel if i understange right. >> "sharp objects." >> were you a fan of the book before you took on the project. >> i was. i had become familiar with her work reading "dark places" and "gone girl" and then "sharp objects" so when this came along she does this great telling of women in a different way and puts them as sort of anti-heroes but you also sympathize with them and very complicated and it was exciting to get to dive into that. >> she mastered the complicated female character. >> i think, yeah, absolutely. i look forward -- she's reading a whole bunch coming up. i look forward to seeing what
she does next. >> let's take a look at a clip. >> sounds good. >> goodness. what's the matter? >> no, mom, not at all. i'm just in town on business. >> business. i didn't expect you. the house is not up to par for visitors, i'm afraid. >> looks just fine. >> come on inside. [ applause ] >> there is already emmy buzz about what you've done here on this project and, of course, that was patricia clarkson playing your mother-in-law. >> she's so fantastic in this. >> you said that was some of the tough ever scenes with her. >> yeah, absolutely. we have a very, very complicated yo mom she's terrifying hink and but it's a really interesting complicated relationship between the two of them so shooting those scenes
was always hard because you -- that -- creating that sort of tension but also affection. they were really intense and deep scenes. >> i read that you said there's something freeing about playing somebody who is a mess. >> yeah, because i'm a mess. like, you know -- >> join the club. >> not always but i have those times and it's really freeing to get to show that side of you and just be open and honest about who you are and, you know, there are times in there where i'm not wearing any makeup and what you look like and it's freeing. in this world of everything looking so perfect and retouched it's nice to show who you are. >> when one of our audience members walked out and they said you're so beautiful and you said i didn't wake up that way. there's a lot of eye patches. >> multiple. >> you play a reporter in this. >> i do. >> as a fellow reporter here, lois lane, one of the best. >> thank you. [ applause ] and this littlee' t o l moe..
weeed that.that. [ applause ] she's such a great character and there's a whole canon of hers as well, a story that's not been told, whether it's me or not i'm in full support of a lois film. >> and your number one fan would too. it is throwback thursday and take it all the way back to 1999. >> oh, yeah. >> your first film, right, "drop dead gorgeous." there you are. >> oh, yeah. >> so good. >> yeah. >> what favorite memory from that. >> that was the first time i had ever been on a film set and for me just the experience of learning, i sat down beside the sound cart and i didn't know what they were talking about so everyone was so gracious and was -- it was kind of an education for me so sitting behind the sound cart and listening and learning about
and good morning. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." meteorologist mike nicco has a forecast. a little warmer today, mike. >> yeah, just a little bit, reggie, and then the heat comes on tomorrow. one of the reasons we have warmer temperatures today. hi, everybody. look at the sunshine. sand's groomed in santa cruz and waiting for you. good exercising, south of the bay bridge dicey for small craft. 62 in half moon bay to 86 in antioch and santa rosa. we'll have a stretch of 90s to 100s friday, saturday, sunday inland, 80s to near 90 around the bay. alexis? all right, mike. beach looking good today. nice day for a ball game as well. giants are at home, a day game, 12:45 first pitch, and i do think we'll see a backup approaching the bay bridge here at the toll plaza until late in the morning. we're doing okay everywhere else. no major problems, but slight delays for drive times. >> thanks, alexis. time now for "live with kelly and ryan," and mike and i will see you at 11:00 a.m. for the "abc7 midday news." until then, have a gre >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan."
today, from the "avengers: infinity war," actor anthony mackie and "empire" star jussie smollett. plus, actress-turned-author ali wentworth. and laura prepon is cooking up something healthy and delicious. all next on "live." now here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. >> ♪ confused me with ♪ someone else ♪ there ain't no excuses ♪ excuses, babe excuses ♪ someone else ♪ your mama raised you ♪ better than that, huh ♪ what you sippin' on ♪ that got you talkin' crazy ♪ lookin' at me sideways >> ryan: all right. ♪ [cheers and applause]