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flowers from you? jobina: first black panther good morning, america. for our viewers in the west, new developments on the criminal investigation of january 6th as we start this tuesday. the federal investigation into january 6th intensifying. two aides to former vice president pence testify before a federal grand jury and the house committee shares images of a draft of tmp crossed out phrases the day after the insurrection. breaking overnight. uvalde school principal suspended. a special legislative investigation finding that the robb elementary administrator was aware of existing security issues at the school. the race to contain the largest wildfire in california this year. more than 17,000 acres scorched
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near yosemite national park. ginger is in the fire zone again this morning as firefighters rush to save homes. ukraine preparing for a major new offensive. attempting to retake a key city seized by russia early in the invasion and the new signs of russia's growing ambitions. the country's top diplomat lays out their new aim of the war. airport shooting scare. a woman opening fire inside dallas love field airport. passengers ducking for cover. flights grounded for hours. the investigation this morning. seal attack. the scary moments an endangered animal went after a swimmer caught on camera. >> get out! get out! >> chasing the swimmer who got too close to her pup. walmart's warning. the retail giant says higher prices for food and fuel are causing some consumers to pull back on spending. what it tells us about the economy as a whole. adele finally set to roll on to the las vegas stage. ♪ we could have had it all ♪
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after putting her residency on hold, the singer's big announcement about her new shows. and rowing into the record books. >> whoo! >> the fastest team of women on water in the world to row 2,400 nautical miles from san francisco to hawaii. and right after their journey on the rough seas, they only spoke to "gma" as they say -- >> all: good morning, america. good morning, america. you stopped short of saying row, row, row your boat. >> i was going to say who row the world? girls! who row the world? girls! >> but they were chipper and very happy after a long journey. >> good night's sleep after all that. >> i'm sure. i'm sure, and they spoke to us right after that journey. also this morning, wnba star brittney griner is back in court.
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our producer was there and speaking to her during the proceedings. griner showing photos of her wife cherelle to the court through those bars. >> we will have more on that coming up. first, the latest on the criminal investigation into january 6th. two top aides to former vice president pence have now testified before a federal grand jury. the house committee also released new video showing a draft of former president trump's remarks the day after the insurrection. you see them right there. congressional correspondent rachel scott is tracking it all from capitol hill. good morning, rachel. >> reporter: george, good morning. lawmakers say they have new evidence of the words donald trump would not say after the january 6th insurrection and it comes as the department of justice is ramping up its own investigation, now hearing from the most significant witnesses yet. this morning, the federal investigation into january 6th is intensifying with two top aides to former vice president mike pence appearing before a federal grand jury. sources say pence's former chief of staff marc short and counsel greg jacob are cooperating with the justice department. short not mincing words about the dangers that day.
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>> if the mob had gotten closer to the vice president, i do think there would have been a massacre in the capitol that day. >> reporter: both have also spoken to the january 6th committee. lawmakers now releasing this new video. they say it shows evidence the former president was reluctant to condemn his supporters who stormed the capitol. committee revealing this image of a draft of trump's remarks on january 7th. the day after the insurrection. phrases crossed out. handwritten edits added in. >> do you recognize the handwriting? >> it looks like my father's handwriting. >> reporter: strike-throughs on lines calling for swift and firm legal consequences and for the justice department to prosecute all law breakers to the fullest extent of the law. his son-in-law and adviser jared kushner asked why. >> do you know why he wanted that crossed out? >> i don't know. >> he also has crossed out, i want to be very clear, you do not represent me. you do not represent our movement.
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do you know why he crossed that language out of the statement? >> i don't know. >> reporter: and as the committee brings forward new evidence, president biden delivering a sharp rebuke of his predecessor. >> for three hours, the defeated former president of the united states watched it all happen as he sat in the comfort of the private dining room next to the oval office. >> reporter: biden insisting the nation relied on law enforcement to save our democracy. >> while he was doing that, brave law enforcement officers were subject to the medieval hell for three hours dripping in blood surrounded by carnage. face-to-face with the crazed mob that believed the lies of the defeated president. the police were heroes that day. donald trump lacked the courage to act. >> reporter: and trump is expected to be in washington today for the first time since leaving office. he is scheduled to speak to a conservative group and he won't be the only republican in town. his own vice president mike pence will be here as well speaking to a separate group.
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the two pitching very different irections for the future of the republican party, george. >> and rachel, there are also new developments in that investigation in georgia into election interference. >> reporter: yes. this is a snag for the district attorney in georgia who was hoping to speak with the state senator burt jones who's also running for lieutenant governor for his alleged role in trying to reverse the state's election results. well, turns out, a superior court judge said there is a conflict of interest because the prosecutor donated to the campaign, even held a fundraiser for his political opponent. this morning our affiliate wsb is reporting brian kemp has spoken to that grand jury. george? > rachel scott, thanks very much. michael? we turn now to breaking news on the uvalde school shooting investigation. the robb elementary school principal has now been suspended. mireya villarreal is in dallas. and, mireya, the administrator, she was aware of the existing security issues at the school prior to the shooting?
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>> reporter: hey, good morning, michael. yeah, overnight, we were able to confirm with the attorney for mandy gutierrez that she has been put on administrative leave with pay, and that comes after an investigation found she, along with other administrators, did know that there were maintenance issues at the school and they did nothing to fix them. now, this news comes on the heels of that scathing investigative report that was released by the state along with video just last week. the report details maintenance problems at the school that the administration was aware of including a broken door lock for room 111 that the shooter first entered. now, gutierrez is the second district employee to be put on leave. pete arrendondo was the first. he's on administrative leave but without pay. the district did not release further details about this latest development or put out a statement. but late last night i was able to get in touch with one of the family members that have been affected by this shooting. they tell me this is a step in the right direction, but there is still a lot more to do in this case. the start of school set for september 6th. michael?
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>> still a lot to do as you said. mireya, thank you. robin? now to the explosive wildfire near yosemite national park, burning more than 17,000 acres. 3,000 structures are still threatened, but firefighters are making headway. ginger is on the scene again for us this morning in california. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is the type of fire that annihilates homes. that's a twisted roof behind me. it just shreds and tangles glass like this from the window. now, we were trying to show you a different house this morning but the area we were in had air quality over 500 and we measured it with this instrument. we're still 200 which is close to that unhealthy range but smoke is reaching all the way to the oregon state line. overnight, california's oak fire still growing. ervaion orate's largest fire of the rapidly spreading fire incinerating at least 21 structures. homes included while thousands more remain in jeopardy.
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>> fuel is on the ground. >> reporter: cal fire taking us to the front lines where more than 17,000 acres have already burned. that whole hillside, for example, was full, like torched. there are tree stumps and that's it. around the clock more than 2,500 firefighters are battling this blaze while working in intense heat and steep terrain. planes dropping retardant trying to stop the spread from the air. as the flames climb this hill, they get higher and higher and the firefighters have actually put in a dozer line where you can see that dirt there. that should stop the flames before it gets any higher. in this megadrought the dry vegetation is ripe for fires to rip through. cal fire says that this area hasn't burned in a century. >> and why is this place unique and why is this happening now? >> this place is unique in the sense that this was devastated by the drought and it had bark beetle infestation and that bark beetle infestation created tons and tons of available fuel, dead trees everywhere. >> reporter: in texas, a huge
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grass fire destroying at least two dozen homes in a dallas suburb and conditions incredibly dry there too. the fire is believed to have ignited when crews cutting grass in a field possibly struck a metal object causing sparks to fly and spread. the challenge here, of course, with the firefighting is the heat will be in the mid-90s again. fresno could make it to 102. mount shasta, yesterday, broke a record at 100. medford could do 107 again and up to yakima, keep an eye on that heat. also, want to mention the heat expands all the way to texas and oklahoma. arkansas, western mississippi, those advisories and excessive heat warnings. and then this morning, st. louis, missouri, is in a flash flood emergency. we'll be telling you more about that. they've had more than seven inches of rain in just five hours. we will bring you the latest pictures and so much more in a bit. >> so many impacted by the elements. okay, thank you, ginger. george? now to the latest on the war in ukraine. officials are planning a major
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new counteroffensive to retake a key port city under russian control for months. senior foreign correspondent ian pannell has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, ukraine fighting back. signs of mounting preparations for a major counteroffensive to retake the south. ukrainian officials say they plan to liberate kherson, a city quickly seized by russia early in the war and the only one occupied outside the donbas region in the east. president zelenskyy saying the occupiers have been trying to establish a foothold there. how did it help them? the ukrainian armed forces are moving into the region step by step. the ukrainians have been targeting key bridges into the city, vital supply lines for the russians. the ukrainians repeatedly striking them reportedly with the help of american-made himars. video circulating online shows damage to this bridge near kherson. ukrainian officials say they carried out the attack claiming to lay the groundwork for a much larger offensive. this as russia escalates its goals. no longer limited to just the eastern donbas, but into the
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heart of kyiv. moscow's top diplomat for russia now saying their aim is to overthrow the government and oust president zelenskyy. >> we will certainly help ukrainian people to get rid of the regime which is absolutely anti-people and anti-historical. >> reporter: well, as you know, lavrov is an old hand at giving out these blood curdling threats. what's striking about this one is he goes further than the original war goals. though it may seem deluded, it also is a reminder that russia will not relent until it's brought ukraine under control and that it has no interest at all in making peace. george? >> that certainly seems clear right now. ian pannell, thanks. michael? now to the airport shooting scare at dallas love field airport after a woman opened fire monday. the faa called a ground stop that led to hundreds of delays and cancellations. gio benitez has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: this morning, an urgent investigation after a woman opened fire inside dallas love field airport.
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>> code blue at dallas love field. somebody's shooting. >> reporter: no one was hurt, but confusion and hysteria erupted inside the southwest airlines terminal. passengers inside seen crouching down low behind seats for safety after shots rang out. police say 37-year-old suspect portia odufuwa, seen here from a previous arrest, shot off multiple rounds apparently at the ceiling. >> i just heard the shots. it was like 10 to 12 shots. >> reporter: according to officials, an officer on scene shooting the woman in the lower extremities. >> keep moving across the skywalk. >> reporter: as officers and airport officials evacuated the building -- >> there was just a mad scramble. people just got up and tore out of this place. >> reporter: -- the shooter was taken into custody and transported to a nearby hospital. and though the incident took place in the ticketing area, flights were suspended for hours and thousands of passengers were forced to leave the secured area and be rescreened. >> i just want to make it home
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to my kids, but i'm grateful i'm alive. >> reporter: and according to court documents, the suspect was found incompetent to stand trial just last year after being accused of filing a false report. those same documents also say that she failed to complete court-ordered therapy. so the big question this morning, how was she able to buy a gun? michael? >> great question there, thank you, gio. robin? michael, now to the economy and a possible sign of trouble ahead. rising prices are having a big impact on shoppers and big companies like walmart are getting hit hard. our chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis is here with what shoppers can expect. good morning, rebecca. >> good morning to you, robin. american consumers are being forced to cut back because of soaring food and fuel prices. that is the most important takeaway from walmart's earnings overnight. walmart, which is one of the largest employers in the country with about 1.6 million workers is also the biggest grocer in the u.s. and considered a bellwether for our economy and the company's ceo specifically cited double-digit food
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inflation as affecting how customers spend. he says shoppers are trimming spending on big ticket electronics and clothing and that walmart is cutting prices on things like apparel to clear it from store shelves and warehouses. now those lower prices are welcome news for shoppers but they also mean weaker expectations and potential problems for the economy. walmart's stock is plunging on the news and other retailers like target and amazon are seeing their share prices fall as well. robin? >> and rebecca, we also could get another important look this morning on where the economy might be headed. >> yes, that is right. the consumer confidence numbers our collective psychology, that's been hurt by inflation and the reason we care is that consumer spending makes up about two-thirds of our economy. in other words, how we behave dictates the health and direction of our economy as a whole, robin. >> all right, rebecca, thanks so much. george? robin, now we remember paul sorvino. the "goodfellas" and "law & order" actor died yesterday at 83. chris connelly with a look at his career. >> reporter: as paulie in
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"goodfellas" paul sorvino's bailful glare kept a wary watch ho ho on ray liotta's henry hill. >> that's a lot of money for a kid like you, yeah, yeah. >> reporter: and on the garlic he sliced just so with a razor blade even behind bars. >> don't put too many onions in the sauce. have the right to an attorney. you maintain you passed on that. >> reporter: also he proceeded jerry orbach on "law & order" as a detective. >> does she not count her blessings? >> reporter: as fulgencio capulet in "romeo + juliet" directed by baz luhrmann, he showed he could portray a p
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patriarch and then be undone by his daughter's death, his face a mask of death. he was the father of actress mira sorvino, there to see her win a supporting actress oscar in 1996, overwhelmed as she thanked him. >> when you give me this award you honor my father, paul sorvino, who has taught me everything i know about acting. i love you very much, dad. >> reporter: mira sorvino sharing her feelings on social media after news of her father's death monday at age 83. my father, the great paul sorvino, has passed. my heart is rent asunder. a life of love and joy and wisdom with him is over. he was the most wonderful father. i love him so much. i'm sending you love in the stars, dad, as you ascend. paul sorvino's personality and charisma and all those wonderful performances being fondly remembered by his many fans today. guys? >> all right, chris, thank you so much. what a family man he was. >> he sure was, a real presence. >> appreciate that. well, coming up, we have wnba star brittney griner back in a russian courtroom this morning. when she could finally take the stand in her trial. and a seal charging a swimmer about 20 feet from the shore as beachgoers rush in to
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save her. first, let's go back to ginger. hey, ginger. >> reporter: hey, michael. there are water rescues and emergencies with flash flooding happening from just west of phoenix to las vegas, nevada, where you can see the water rescues that happened. radar estimates thee to four inches of rain and they are so parched there that it can act like cement when it hits the ground. now i want to show you what's happening in st. louis, missouri this morning. it is still raining. some places estimates go 6 to 10 inches since midnight so just in a couple of hours those flash flood warnings will stick with you for the next hours. this is so important in southern illinois, do not drive into water. you will continue to see this threat through the next couple hours. look how much more will fall, 3 to 5 inches, western kansas, you're in that too. that's the big picture. your local news and weather coming up in just 30 seconds.
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♪ all the people in the world ♪ back here on "gma," adele making a big announcement about her las vegas residency and we've got all the details just ahead. we're following a lot of headlines, including the wildfire near yosemite national park. it's now the largest fire in california this year. nearly 17,000 acres have burned, some 3,000 structures are still threatened. firefighters are making some headway in the battle against the fire. it's now 16% contained. also, president biden says he's feeling great and on his way to total recovery from his bout with covid-19. the president's doctor said his symptoms are almost completely
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resolved. he's been working in isolation since testing positive on thursday but on monday, his german shepherd commander was by his side. he hopes to be back to work in person by the end of the week. if you haven't bought your ticket for the megamillions drawing, you might want to rush out and get one. the jackpot a whopping $810 million. that is the third largest megamillions drawing ever and the fourth largest jackpot in u.s. lottery history. the founder of raising cane's chicken fingers fast food chains have bought roughly 50,000 tickets, one for each employee, and plans to split the prize evenly with all of them if they win. >> winner, winner, chicken dinner. >> chicken finger dinner. there we go. >> mm-mm. and we've got a lot more ahead, including a swimmer's terrifying seal encounter all caught on camera. that is coming up. robin? right now, michael, wnba star brittney griner back in court this morning in russia for her trial. maggie rulli is tracking the latest developments for us. good morning, maggie. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. yeah, today's hearing only
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lasted about 40 minutes and we did hear from another witness for the defense. but, robin, the real moment from inside that courtroom today was brittney's message for her wife. this morning, brittney griner seen handcuffed as she's led into a russian court, locked into a steel white cage. she holds up a clear plastic envelope with two photos of her wife cherelle. our producer inside that courtroom talking to brittney through the cell bars. >> do you want to say something to cherelle? >> good luck on the bar exam. >> how do you feel? do you have any complaints? >> no, no complaints. just waiting patiently. >> reporter: griner, a two-time olympic gold medalist, was visiting russia to play basketball in the off-season when she was detained in mid-february at a moscow airport after vape canisters containing cannabis oil were found in her luggage. the biden administration is under pressure to secure her release.
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>> we are working around the clock, behind the scenes quietly, to do everything we possibly can. >> reporter: griner was expected to testify last week, but it was delayed at the request of her legal team so she could have more time to prepare. many legal experts view her testimony as a last-ditch effort to show the judge that she made a mistake and to ask for leniency. >> brittney griner has passed on specific messages, in one case asking to pass on her request that all of those here in this country whose attention is so trained on her case to keep the faith. >> reporter: but the move seen as a hail mary. the overwhelming majority, about 99% of people who are arrested on drug charges in russia, are given the max sentence of ten years in prison. now, we do expect to hear that testimony from brittney tomorrow and the entire trial is set to wrap up early next month. robin? >> many are eager to hear from her, maggie, thank you. michael? >> all right, thank you, robin.
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now to a swimmer's frightening encounter with a seal all caught on camera. the endangered monk seal was protecting its pup when it went after the woman in the waters off of hawaii. eva pilgrim joins us with that. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, michael. authorities say she was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. this woman was swimming laps in the ocean when she got caught between a momma seal and her pup. > oh! >> reporter: a terrifying camera. >> oh! >> reporter: a hawaiian monk seal known as rocky who recently gave birth chasing a swimmer who got too close to her pup and at one point the momma seal pulled the woman down into the water biting her. >> get out! get out! >> reporter: according to officials, the swimmer's husband recorded this video showing the 60-year-old elementary schoolteacher swimming off in the distance when the seals suddenly head her way.
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he says due to her swim cap she couldn't see them or hear the shouts until it was too late. eventually pulled to safety by a canoeist. >> i have never in my life seen something like that. the biggest hero is the guy who came with his outrigger canoe, risking his own health. >> reporter: but the danger was not over. >> get her out of the way. >> reporter: as they got to shore rocky coming back toward the woman. a small group rushing her out of the water onto the sand. >> it was a brutal attack. it was brutal. it was rough to watch. she -- at one point rocky's mouth i think got ahold of her head and she was trying to splash and get away. >> reporter: hawaiian marine animal response has been monitoring rocky and her 2-week-old pup. there's fencing and signs up to tell everyone to stay at least 150 feet away. >> hawaiian monk seals especially a mom with a pup can be aggressive towards people like any wild animal. she is trying to protect her pup. so we always want to give them
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their space. >> reporter: hawaiian monk seals are an endangered species that are federally and state protected. there are only about 1,500 left in the world. >> every animal counts and we want to really make sure that we're protecting these animals. >> reporter: witnesses say the pup swam off earlier in the morning causing the momma seal to become agitated until she could find the pup again. they think that's part of why she was so extra protective of her pup. michael? >> all right, thank you so much, eva. robin? okay, michael, coming up later, could changing jobs be the secret to a raise? we'll break down what to consider before you switch companies. and coming up next, after her last-minute cancellation of her las vegas residency, adele has announced her plans to finally take the stage there. the details just ahead. ♪ feel the world around me ♪ elih or weighed down?
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♪ baby, i was still a child ♪ that unmistakable voice, adele announcing that her las vegas residency is back on track after the sudden cancellation six months ago. erielle reshef has all the details on the show. >> i just want to listen to that. why do i need to talk? we all remember her tearful apology after she canceled her residency a day before it was set to begin in late january.
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well, now, the singer is on the other side of that disappointment, officially revealing 32 shows expected to set fire to sin city. >> reporter: this morning adele pressing play on her hotly anticipated las vegas residency, "weekends with adele" and announcing eight new shows on top of the 24 already on the books. ♪ go easy on me, baby ♪ >> reporter: the 15-time grammy winner posting words can't explain how ecstatic i am to finally be able to announce these rescheduled shows. the residency set to kick off november 18th and run through march. ♪ we could have had it all ♪ ♪ rolling in the deep ♪ >> reporter: fans rolling in deep despair earlier this year after the singer abruptly canceled her residency one day
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before it was set to begin citing covid and production issues. >> i'm so upset. i'm really embarrassed and i'm so sorry to everyone that traveled again. >> reporter: adele acknowledging that disappointment writing, now i know for some of you it was a horrible decision on my part and i will always be sorry for that but i promise you it was the right one. >> they wanted to be absolutely sure they got it right. it would definitely be this year, but she wasn't going to say anything until they were absolutely sure that nothing was going to happen like happened in january. ♪ set fire to the rain ♪ >> reporter: her residency expected to set fire to the gas drawing record crowds to caesars palace with coveted tickets for the origina. ♪ send my love ♪ >> adele is an incredible performer. she's always entertaining. she always rises to the
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women rowing their boat into the record books. >> everybody stay strong, beautiful, kind, brave. >> reporter: rowers libby costello, sophia and adrienne smith make up the team that rowed from san francisco to hawaii in 34 days, 14 hours and 11 minutes. their landfall historic. they are the fastest all female team to complete the journey. >> i feel like totally overwhelmed in the best way by love and i'm also exhausted. >> reporter: they rowed in two-hour shifts averaging just 90 minutes of sleep at a time eating boiled to order prepackaged meals, enduring seasickness, extreme wind and rough seas. >> we were roughly 20 nd i was just like -- i sat down making food and started
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into january 6th, hearing from two of the most significant witnesses yet. this morning, the federal investigation into january 6th is intensifying with two top aides to former vice president mike pence appearing before a federal grand jury. sources say pence's former chief of staff marc short and counsel greg jacob are cooperating with the justice department. short not mincing words about the dangers that day. >> if the mob had gotten closer to the vice president, i do think there would have been a massacre in the capitol that day. >> reporter: both have also spoken to the january 6th committee. lawmakers now releasing this new video they say shows evidence the former president was reluctant to condemn his supporters who stormed the capitol. the committee revealing this image of a draft of trump's remarks on january 7th, the day after the insurrection. phrases crossed out, handwritten edits added in. handwriting?cognize the - >> it looks like my father's handwriting. >> reporter: strike throughs on lines calling for strict and firm legal consequences and for the justice department to prosecute all lawbreakers to the fullest extent of the law.
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>> do you know why he wanted that crossed out? >> i don't know. >> reporter: and as the committee brings forward new evidence, president biden delivering a sharp rebuke of his predecessor. >> for three hours, the defeated former president of the united states watched it all happen as he sat in the comfort of the private dining room next to the oval office. the police were heroes that day. donald trump lacked the courage to act. >> reporter: former president donald trump is expected to return to washington today for the first time since leaving office. he's scheduled to make remarks to is conservative group. george? >> rachel scott, thanks very much. robin? george, now to the historic apology from pope francis. he's in canada asking indigenous people for forgiveness. marcus moore is in edmonton and has more for us. good morning, marcus. >> reporter: good morning, robin. you know, we witnessed really a full range of emotions as the pope apologized to the indigenous community here in canada for the church's role in residential schools and there's
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the pontiff's apology tour is a step towards healing. but only just that, a step. paula was in the audience among the thousands who traveled long distances to hear the pope apologize. >> we lost a lot of kids over that and we can't bring them back, right? it really hurts. >> reporter: there are more events planned today. in fact, just a short time from now the pope will hold a public mass at commonwealth stadium here in edmonton and his apology tour is expected to continue through friday. robin? >> and to do that apology in person as he's doing, marcus, thanks so much. coming up in our "gma morning menu," new research shows that changing jobs can bump up your income. how you can make a switch pay off. also ahead this morning, what parenting experts are saying about co-sleeping as children get older and what actress alicia silverstone says about it. plus, we're turning back the clock with nutritionist dawn jackson blatner with the foods that can boost your metabolism to keep you looking and feeling your best at any age. ♪ didn't even notice ♪ and we are throwing down in houston on day two of our united
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we are back with our "gma" cover story and today's economy it can pay to switch jobs and a story we saw in "the wall street journal" lays out what to think about before you leave the job you have. rebecca jarvis is back with details. good to see you again, rebecca. tell us about the research. >> this is very interesting, what the atlanta fed recently found is that it pays to switch jobs or it has paid to switch jobs. people who stayed at the same company earned about 4.7% more in raises whereas those who quit and switched jobs earned 6.4% more and workers aged 34 and under are more likely to switch but t me sure there e is a big asterisk ther >> all right. so right now i'm thinking about switching my job, which i am not. >> no! [ laughter ] >> let's make that clear. >> i was going to say which one?
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[ laughter ] >> you heard what george said. which one? >> my man always got my back. that's what i love about you, george. so thinking about switching your job for the money, what kind of raise could you expect? >> so it's all over the board. the conference board, which is a business think tank, took a look at this and they found that about 30% or a third of workers who leave a job can get paid 30% more at a new job. about 20% can get paid 10% to 20% more and the rest get paid about the same. now, if you're talking about that 30% raise, that group, if you're making $54,000, that 30% raise equates to about $16,000 additional a year. it is a lot of money, but, again, not everyone is getting that. >> we saw you in our first hour. good to have you back again. >> yes. >> you were talking about walmart and how they were showing that consumers, it's al not spending money. and so we keep hearing the possibility of the "r" word, recession? >> and that is why, robin, there
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is this big asterisk here because if you leave a job, a number of companies have first in/first out policies meaning the people who are most recently in are also the people if there's a recession, if there are layoffs, the people who are out. it's a really big consideration. also, if you're going to a place and you're going to be paid more money than the peers, that also makes you expensive. so if there's a recession, again, when they take a look at you versus other people, suddenly you could be the person who is most likely to be cut. >> put it all together. what's the most important thing to think about if you're considering switching jobs? >> the first thing you should do if you're considering switching jobs is to ask yourself why. are you leaving purely because of money or is it a bigger question? if it's only because the money there's a lot of conversations you can have internally with your managers about how to make things better. there might be other perks, flexibility, there's also good will. you have to remember when you stay at a company for a long
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time, you can get more vacation time. there's more built-in goodwill. you have hopefully friends on the job. you have to ask yourself questions like what if the economy slows down, is your role duplicative and in many cases you can find ahe >> so thlot ofs to co. it's not that easy. >> i know but you broke it down for us. we got our new series now, "tiktok try it," where we try out the hottest trending life hacks on the social media platform. erielle reshef is back with a look at tiktok grocery tips that can help you save time and stay on budget. hey there, erielle. >> hey there, robin. we've officially moved from there's an app to that to there's a tiktok trend for that, whether it's a better way to bag or strategies for storing your fruit, savvy tiktokers are finding way to cut waste, slash spending and save time at the grocery. a inflation sends prices of virtually everything soaring
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slashing spending and causing stress at the grocery are top of the list for many. grocery hack trending with more than 86.4 million views on tiktok. tiktokers taking to the aisles to help you save money and time. >> one of the easiest ways to do that is by slicing your meat thin or cutting it into smaller bite-size pieces. >> reporter: to keep you from having to use all your chicken at once separate and freeze pieces on parchment paper for an hour. >> now that they're almost frozen i can put them in a freezer safe bag witho >> reporter: build a capsule collection for your groceries. stock up on staple items you can use in multiple meals. >> some of the heavy hitters in my budget are tortillas, eggs, black beans, chickpeas, kale, onion, poblano pepper and mushrooms. >> you can make different meals from and you can make them a little different but all from pretty inexpensive items and
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you're using the same ones so you're not buying extras that you don't need. >> reporter: prep fruits and veggies in glass containers with a paper towel. that helps them last longer and prevent waste. and if you have trouble staying on budget, purchase a store gift card at checkout with a set amount and only use that for the rest of the month. >> things like dairy products, breads, fruits and vegetables, things that we need to go back to the store to purchase. when we go back to the store to purchase, we only use the gift card. we don't spend more money out of our bank account. >> that is a really, really good tip and i can say our family has been putting the paper towel in the glass container with the berries for a while now and it really does help them last. >> we've done the same thing. how about with nuts and cheese, you got a little i do. not only does this look nice and organized but you can put your nuts inside a mason jar and put that inside the fridge because the oils in your nuts can spoil and so this will help them last for months and months. also, with the cheese you can wrap them in parchment paper for pretty much the same reason. we put ours in a ziploc bag
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inside our fridge, but you don't have to necessarily. >> this next hack got like 4 million views. it's not only good for the budget, but for the environment as well. >> it is. if you're driving to the grocery store, what you can do is, instead of having them bag your groceries, you can save the money. some states charge for your extra bags so you can save the money on that and it's good for the environment to skip the bagging. you put an empty laundry basket or couple depending on the size of your family inside your car and you wheel right out with your grocery cart out to your car, put all the groceries inside the basket. when you get home you have less loads to carry inside and helped the environment a little bit in the process. >> you can fit a lot. >> yeah, you can. you just have to use that arm strength. >> you got it. erielle, thanks. a little double duty from you today. >> my pleasure. >> let's get over back to michael. all right, thank you, robin. we turn to actress alicia silverstone who is making headlines again for her parenting style. this time about co-sleeping.
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eva pilgrim is back with us for that. good morning, again, eva. >> reporter: good morning, again, michael. alicia silverstone has been very open about her parenting over the years. she says she didn't invent these ideas. she's just following nature. this morning, alicia silverstone best known for iconic movies like "clueless" -- >> oh, as if. >> reporter: -- and "the baby-sitters club" -- >> they just think we're deeply uncool which is unfair because we are fun people. >> yes. >> reporter: -- is opening up about co-sleeping with her 11-year-old son bear. >> bear and i still sleep together. >> all the stigm >> reporter: appearing on "the r ellen fisher podcast" to discuss veganism and talking attachment parents. >> i'm a natural momma and i'm a loving momma and i believe in love and i believe in nature and our society is scared of nature and scared of love. >> reporter: in 2012 the star revealing that she chewed up her
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son's food before feeding him saying her admission caused people to mock her parenting style. >> every talk show made fun of me. >> reporter: when it comes to co-sleeping with an 11-year-old, experts say there is no evidence it's harmful. >> i think that there are many different ways to successfully parent your child if you're a parent and bed sharing may be one of those ways. i don't think there's any evidence that it's unhealthy or dangerous or will cause any psychological issues. >> reporter: this doctor is a pediatric sleep expert and says for infants bed share something a safety issue. there's a risk of suffocation. but for older children, he says in some cases it could be indicative of a larger issue like separation anxiety. in general, it isn't a cause for concern. >> i do think that there's lots of different safe places and appropriate places for children to sleep. i think a child being able to be somewhat flexible about where they sleep and with whom they sleep is a great goal for parents to work towards.
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>> reporter: while there were some criticisms on social media there was also a lot of support from moms who say they also co-sleep. experts say this is really a personal choice. michael? >> all right, thank you so much for that, eva. now we're going to go back to ginger in california. hey, ginger. >> reporter: hey there, michael. i'm here in mariposa county where there are now more than 17,000 acres burned in the oak fire. we have the latest images to share. we know at least 21 structures have been destroyed and there has been at least 17% containment, the fire is 16%. the fire behavior yesterday was much better. i was with the captains and they were saying they were so grateful for that but the smoke has been horrific around here. one of the shots we tried to get earlier this morning was so bad it was well above the highe drew: i am drew tuma with your
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accuweather forecast. hazy sunshine today. , cloudy skies near the coast 60's and 70 surround the bayshore land -- ebay shoreline. the fog is surging back inland, temperatures in the 50's. we will have coastal drizzle once again into wednesday. here's your seven-day forecast come hazy sunshine today and tomorrow. a pair of the coolest days we have had this week. a we're going to turn back the clock series right now looking at ways to ease the effects of aging on our health including our changing metabolism. joining us is registered dietitian dawn jackson blatner to tell us about the best metabolism-boosting foods to eat in our 40s, 50s and beyond. >> and beyond. >> and beyond. okay, we know that our metabolism changes, but just explain exactly what is happening. >> let's talk about this.
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there's two types of aging. there's chronologic aging which is the calendar age but biologic aging which is how young our cells are acting and all of our cells have an aging clock on them. with diet we can slow down that aging clock. i call this empowered aging because it's powerful to be able to change how we age by how we look, by how we feel and, good news, it's never too late to add years to your life. so research does show that there are foods that can help youthify ourselves and keep us young and these are the foods right here. whole grains, beans and lentils, nuts and seeds, fish, lots of colorful fruits and veggies. these are the foods to really focus on to get those young cells, but -- >> i knew the but was coming. >> let me reveal there are foods that do the opposite. so -- >> bye-bye. >> these are things -- yes, well, these are things you don't want to eat too much of. if you eat them too often like processed meats like sausages, white bread like the white flour foods or heavy sugar foods like sodas, these over time can do
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what we don't want, speed up aging. >> we're being positive here and finding things we can. >> this is advice for every age. let's go to specifics, shall we? >> 40s. >> in our 40s, in addition to what we just talked about, we really see vision changes. we see skin changes like readers or wrinkles. so the foods to focus on here are ace food, vitamin a, c and e. spinach which has vitamin a for vision. i have strawberries which has vitamin c for collagen production in our skin and sunflower seeds for vitamin e which is very protective of our skin. so you do all that plus you really give yourself an extra ace boost. >> all right. now moving to the 50s is when we really start to see some changes. michael! >> yes. >> just pay attention, michael. >> yes, good. you know, hormone shifts are happening and you really do see changes. what do you focus on, b vitamins are really the key here. b vitamins take the food we eat
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and turn them into energy and keep our dna young. these would be foods like lentils. they have folate which is a b vitamin for healthy cell growth. we have avocados for b6 for your whole nervous system and then yogurt which has b12 great for metabolism support. so these are the foods to focus on for those b vitamins. >> okay, for those b vitamins. >> all right, here we go. >> 60s and we beyond we like to say. >> 60s and beyond, right. here during this age what's happening is our body is really processing nutrients differently. so we struggle with protein and we struggle with vitamin d and so what i have here are chicken breasts that have protein to keep our cells strong and fatty fish like salmon which has vitamin d for our bones and immunity and i mean, if you really take a look at all of these foods, i mean, what do you get? you shake it up and get a balanced diet with a lot of plant foods and that is really the answer to these young jovial selves. >> this is what we're talking about.
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we're trying -- we often hear about the downside of aging and things like that. but there are things you can do right now at different stages in your life, correct? >> that's right. empowered aging. you have the power through what you choose to eat to make yourself act younger. that's great news this morning. >> that is great news. dawn, thank you. you are a delight. >> thank you. >> i love your spirited energy. tomorrow, how your workout should change as you age. coming up, we love this guy, john krasinski is going to join us live right here in little old times square. so come on back. ♪ reggie: good morning.
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jobina is taking a look at the roads. jobina: if you are headed in the eastbound direction on the richmond-san rafael bridge, there is a family of ducks slowing traffic. that is with the eastbound direction, but no crash. bainbridge toll plaza completely empty this morning -- bay bridge toll plaza crash reported on westbound 24 in lafayette blocking one lane
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>> livn the way. sarah drew is here. that is at 9:00 on abc seven. drew: looking at 50's and mid-60's in our warmest spot away from the host. you can see that fog. we will have early morning phone giving way to hazy sunshine. a cooler afternoon compared to
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yesterday. reggie: another update in about 30 minutes. you can check us out on our ♪ i think it's gonna be a lon ♪ i think it's gonna be a long time ♪ few minutes with one of our favorite guests, writer, director, actor, producer john krasinski is now the voice of superman in "dc league of super-pets." welcome back. how great it is to be in a movie your kids can see. >> very good. i was saying i think my kids thought i was an accountant up until this year. they were like, are you really -- where do you go during the day because they're not allowed to watch anything i've been in up until now. they just thought mum was really nice to be mary poppins marrying an accountant. good for her. good for her. >> this one in particular, does it help with the cool factor? you've got young daughters. >> hugely.
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hugely. my kids watched the movie. they absolutely loved it and we actually got all the toys. warner brothers gave us all the toys and the next day i asked who are you going to play with? and my 6-year-old went, him, dad, and it was superman. she was all into superman. >> do they think dad is superman? >> in real life? that's something we talk about all the time. but no, they finally believe that i am superman, yeah. >> well, let's take a look. here's a clip. >> i got you one of these from 43rd street which is like a full three blocks out of my way. >> during rush hour? wow, that's like me flying to mars. >> what? you can fly? i always thought the cape was just a cute accessory. >> oh, so you think i'm cute. >> i said the cape was cute. >> you think i'm cute. >> are we licking faces right now? because if we're licking faces, i got to get in on that. >> so that's dwayne johnson as
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>> that's right. >> so how does it feel to play a superhero next to the rock? >> well, clearly i based my body type on the rock. superman, i can't do it this in real life. animated, i can look at the rock just like that. i always knew that the first time i worked with dwayne he would play my dog. i just knew that. [ laughter ] i knew it. no, he was so nice to ask me to do the movie. i was so excited to do it. it was so much fun. this movie is so funny and the whole idea of them having pets was so -- i just -- as soon as he pitched it to me i'm like, i'm in. this is perfect. >> tell us about your other new movie coming out. you reunited with steve carell in "if." tell us about it. >> i had an idea seven years ago and the only silver lining of covid was i got to write it and sort of the idea is basically about how imaginary friends are not only these wonderful adorable things but they're actually time capsules for all our ambitions, all our hopes and
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dreams when we were kids and what if we could tap back into that and so that's what the movie is about, yeah. >> and steve said, quote, he will put you through your paces as a director. so what do you have to say to that? >> well, finally it's out that steve is a diva. you know what i mean? he tried to contain it, but now it's out and he did it to himself. [ laughter ] >> oh, man, that is fantastic. >> can we get another "quiet place"? >> yes, you can. we have another "quiet place" in the hopper as they say in the business. do they even say that anymore? i don't think anybody says that. >> what is a hopper anyway? >> no one knows. we have another one coming out in 2024. >> can't say much about it. >> can't. >> gotta be quiet. >> see what he did there? >> i was just -- >> be quiet about it. >> she was trying. >> i'm working on you. >> i know. i was there. i was there. >> we connected. >> thank you for coming back. it's been too long. >> oh, man, this was so nice. good to see you all.
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>> great to see you. >> "dc league of super-pets" hits theaters this friday. coming up, round two of our united states of burgers competition. that is live from houston. ♪ how you like me now ♪ ♪ how you like me now ♪ ♪ how you like me now ♪ ♪ remember the time ♪
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okay, listen, there are tons of cons. fyre fest, operation varsity blues. everywhere you turn there is another wild con, but, but get a load of this. >> not everybody has their pastor on the fbi's most wanted list. mine was. >> hold up. what? ho much did this man lose? >> $40 million was stolen. >> i'm whoopi goldberg. this is "the con." >> the season premiere thursday night on abc. ♪ how you like me now ♪ ♪ how you like me now ♪ we are back and it is burger time.
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this is round two of our united states of burgers competition. don't you just love that title. we are putting the best burgers joints in four different cities against each other in our burger bracket as you can see. >> yes, the winners of each round will advance to our final four and come to new york to compete for the title of "gma's" ultimate burger spot and a grand prize of $10,000. >> what should they square more about, the grand prize or the $10,000? that's what -- >> i have a feeling i know which one is more important.i rman is for us and we know everything is bigger in texas, janai, including the burgers, right? [ cheers and applause ] >> michael, everything is bigger in texas including the burgers, including the sweat stains, michael, we are down here in the heat bringing the heat. we are ready for this smashburger smackdown. are you guys ready?
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we are at this brewing company with two houston favorites, we've got trill burgers repped by owner bun b. are you ready? all right. and over here, we've good burger-chan repped by husband and wife duo diana and willet feng. are you ready? and our judges for this round we've got top chef finalists and former olympian dawn burrell. thanks for being here. reporter and anchor at our houston station ktrk, the incredible chauncy glover. so glad you're here. we've got former houston texans player johnathan joseph, or as he's known around here, j.jo. let's start with you. what do you look for in a good smashburger? >> excellent question. i love those crispy bits on the side of the burger patty. that's my favorite thing and all about the onions and cheese after that for me. >> i am with you on the onions
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and cheese. before we get to the food let's learn a little bit more about our competitors here so take a look. ♪ >> reporter: known as the space city, houston texas, is home to burgers that are out of this world. >> phenomenal. good. >> gone. >> it is not the traditional burger. >> you can't fake that flavor. >> reporter: classically trained chef willet feng and his wife diane are cooking gourmet burgers with asian flavors at burger-chan. >> it takes a very traditional malaysian recipe with lemongrass, ginger, red onions. >> that is truly a burger. >> whatever combination you want, we'll make it happen. ♪ >> so you've had a trill burger, you haven't had the be. ♪ one, two, three, get down ♪ >> reporter: houston rap legend bun b serves beats and burgers. >> the way we flavor is a little bit different. >> reporter: taking it on the road popping up at music
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festivals, even coachella. >> trill burgers at coachella. >> flavor punch in the mouth. >> reporter: now burger-chan and trill burgers are facing off. making a smash bringing their own flavors. >> i couldn't just do a really plain smashburger concept. the patties, they need a glaze. we wanted something to enhance the beefiness. >> we wanted a really soft bun with a burger with crispiness. nobody else can give you that trillness. that's what separates it from any other burger in the world. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right, and now is the moment that we have been waiting for. judges, it is time to eat. go ahead and start with your trill burgers, og trill burger. og trill burger. that's how i got to say it. bun b, you're a houston legend and now you're getting into the city'sur as the judges are tasting, tell us what this is like for you to be a part of this new venture.
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>> it's great for me to have a good passion to put behind purpose. for years rap music and recording was my passion but now i'm looking to transition into different things. food is a perfect place for me. these burgers are the perfect way for me to come into the culinary industry and i can't wait for the world to have a trill burger. >> we're going to see how the og trill burger checks out. >> let's do it. >> chauncey -- chauncey is mid bite. i'm sorry to put you on the spot, brother. how is the og trill burger? >> oh, man, it's good. it's -- you caught me in mibi. >> i did. >> but it's good. i love the sauce. i like that it's a little messy but not falling apart. really good burger. >> i'm learning a lot about the smashburgers right now. j.jo, i see you nodding along. what do you think? >> great taste. great combination. the onions, you know, i'm not a big onion guy but went perfect together and nice smooth bun on it. >> a nice smooth bun. this is top notch around here. chef dawn, what do you think? >> mm-mm. [ laughter ]
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the bun is super soft and tender which is really nice and it's got the crispy bits which i love and it's super soft which makes it like almost like -- [ laughter ] >> okay, so now it is time to check out burger-chan's smashburger. what did you think about it? >> i liked it. i love the sauce. the bun. >> okay, and diane and willet, i want to ask you guys, tell us about this. this is a southeast glaze smashburger? >> so it is a glazed burger. we have an umami glaze with soy sauce, brown butter, roasted garlic and a few other things. our patty is smashed but we also grill it so we get -- >> smashed like theirs but a little more over here, right? >> you know, we start with a
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larger patty. we go five ounces. >> larger patty too. >> size does matter in texas. >> everything is bigger in texas, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> you know, our sauce is made in house. it's funky, it's sweet, has a little heat so we just top it off with onions and cheese just so it doesn't get too crazy. >> funky, a little sweet, a little heat. and, diane, this is a passion project for you and your husband. what is it like to be able to share this with america? >> it's crazy, because if you think about it, two years ago we were sitting on our couch just starting the covid pandemic watching tv and now we're here on tv. it's mind okay, so let's hear about the smashburger. j.jo, what did you think? >> great burger. like i said before, obviously got a great big size bun on it with the onions and everything flowing together with the two sauces going together. i think is the perfect taste. >> you're into those sauces. chauncey? >> i normally am not a big onion person but it works and love the sauce, like that the patty is big. good burger.
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>> thank you. [ applause ] >> chef dawn? >> so i really like this sweet bun. it plays very well and this packs a flavor punch so like super, super umami driven. i taste a little mushroom in there, right? >> yeah. >> all right. let's see who is going to ready? you guys, it's time. get the drum roll going, thank you. houston texans drum line. chef dawn, who you going with? >> ooh, ooh. which one, this or that? this or that? oh! >> one for trill burgers. >> all right, chauncy. chauncy, which one? trill burgers too. j.jo, it doesn't even matter which one you pick, sir. >> i got to be -- three for trill burgers. burger-chan, diane and willet, thank you guys so much. going big.
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you got the golden spatula and everything. [ applause ] >> wow. thank you so much. you guys have a great one. [ applause ] >> you guys going to shake hands. >> no, we did and you guys come to houston, please come to burger-chan. they got a great product. please check them out. >> thank you, thank you. >> i'lre [ applause ] >> reporter: guys, back to you. >> all right, janai. you heard the man, we'll see you in new york. >> the other burgers got a nice shout-out. very nice. >> they're all about the onions and the buns. well, they'll be in new york friday for the final round. tomorrow our burger competition heads to miami. now, let's go back to ginger who is there for us in california. hey, again, ginger. >> reporter: hey, there, robin. i have to turn from california to st. louis, missouri, where there is an all out flood emergency happening this morning. we just got information that
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♪ thanks to our united states of burgers competition team down in houston. great job, you guys. >> and more burgers tomorrow. sam champion is going to be in mi uwith gloria estefan. >> that is a good pair. have a great day, everyone. have a great day, everyone.
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reggie. jobina is looking at traffic. jobina: we start with the golden gate bridge. 8-bit psaki but no -- a bit foggy but no advisory. crowded at the bay bridge toll plaza but not too bad. drew: we are looking at temperatures underneath the cloud cover. mainly it, some 60's. a bit of sunshine starting to peek out. the fog starting to break down inland. it will breakdown in the next couple of hours close to the coast. we will have hazy sunshine, 70's
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and 80's later. reggie: we will see you at 11:00 for midday live. >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, actor, author, and stand up, whitney cummings. plus from the new series amber brown, sarah drew. also, be prepared for your next wardrobe malfunction. find out what needs to be in your sewing kit. all next on "live!" and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ >> ryan: good morning, everybody.

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