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good morning, america. i'm robin roberts. >> and i'm chris cuomo. it's friday, july 30th. >> this morning, breaking news. another wildfire exploding overnight in southern california. torching buildings. forcing evacuations of more than 1,000 homes. one of the most powerful democrats in congress now facing an ethics trial. will charlie rangel bring his whole party down in front of the critical midterm elections? we'll ask the white house. here comes the bride. chelsea clinton steps out on the eve of her wedding day. we'll tell you more about the guests, the chefs and the fireworks. "american idol" disclose.
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who will replace them? could j. lo be on the top of the list? and the black eyed peas live. let's get it started, right here. and a good friday morning to everyone. george is getting a little head start to the weekend. chris cuomo is back with us today. good to have you back, chris. >> and the sun is out. >> i know. yesterday, we were blaming you for the rain. you brought the sun with you. glad you did. we're going to get to the breaking news on the fires in a moment. forcing so many mandatory evacuations this morning. we also have the latest on this killer bear near yellowstone. we reveal the csi methods that led hunters to the bear. and the emotional fate of what should happen to her and her cubs. we hear from yet another survivor this morning. we'll also go live to
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rhinebeck, new york. the small town hosting chelsea clinton's big day. it's the day before the wedding. we have all the last-minute details, including what the bride will be wearing. and who is on the elusive guest list. >> we'll talk about that much later. we begin with the breaking news. the massive wildfire near los angeles, that exploded overnight. clayton sandell is there and has the latest for us. good morning, clayton. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, the very real concern at this hour is that flames are getting dangerously close to thousands of homes in this area. 2,000 homes have been evacuated since the fire started on thursday afternoon. and you can see, from some of our video overnight, just how close the flames have come to some of these houses. we also have reports that some houses have been burned overnight. although, the fire department will not have an exact count until the sun comes up and they can get a better count. right now, this fire has burned more than 4,500 acres. at this point, it is 0% contained.
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but there are 500 firefighters on the scene. and this morning, they're hoping to change that. >> they're doing all they can. we know that, clayton. earlier this week, you showed us the brittal conditions when you were covering another fire. are officials out there bracing themselves for more? >> reporter: they are. there's two, main problems. we've had a wet spring in california. you have a lot of plant growth. when summer comes, it dries out and becomes fuel. we're getting good wind gusts. 20-mile-per-hour to 30-mile-per-hour this morning. that means that not only will the firefighting aircraft be less e fengtive. it's just going to push the flames higher. >> it will, unfortunately. clayton sandell. thanks for your report this morning. chris? pressure is mounting this morning on the democratic party, just months from the critical midterm elections. the latest blow is the ethics scandal involving one of the most powerful players on capitol hill, new york congressman charles rangel. jonathan karl joins us from washington. he has the latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning,
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chris. the ethics charges against rangel are scathing. they accuse him of a pat herb of disregard for the laws of the united states and the rules of the house. charlie rangel continues to insist he's never intentionally broken the rules. charges have clearly hit home. >> it's a tough morning for me and my family. but we'll get through this. >> reporter: in exhaustive detail, the committee outlines 13 counts against rangel. from failing to pay taxes. to abusing his position on the powerful ways and means committee. republican leaders blame the rangel mess on nancy pelosi, who, four years ago, promised -- >> we will make this the most honest, ethical, and open congress in history. >> this isn't about charlie rangel. this is about speaker pelosi's most glaring promise that she's broken. >> reporter: rangel, a long-time ally of speaker pelosi. but she made no attempt to
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defend him. >> the chips will fall how they will be. but ethical standards is a top priority for us. >> reporter: a few weeks ago, party leaders were furious, when robert gibbs said republicans could win back the house. now, there's science that gibbs was right. democrats are bracing for a political tsunami this fall. house republicans are planning to buy tv ads to defendant 50 of their seats. on "top line," even the party chairman acknowledged the tough hill for democrats. >> there's a lot of seats in jeopardy and that folks are going after. >> reporter: the biggest problem for democrats is the one they can do the least about, the economy. today, president obama will highlight a rare good news story. signs the american auto industry is making a comeback. he'll visit chrysler and ford plants that are still open, thanks to the administration's auto bailout. the white house is bracing for some not-so-good economic news later this morning when the
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commerce department releases its report on second-quarter economic growth. it is expected to show that the economy is growing. but growing very slowly. chris? >> all right. thank you, jon. congress is heading into its august break. but there is no break in the political turmoil. the economy, an ethics scandal, fears the democrats could lose control of congress. so, for more on all of this, let's turn to the white house. we have the press secretary, mr. robert gibbs. thank you for joining us, mr. gibbs. let's take these on in order, starting with the economy. the president is off to michigan today. there is some bad news that will be joining him. the economy does not seem to be expanding. the unemployment rate seems as though it will stay where it is all year. what is the good news he can deliver there? >> well, the good news that the president will talk about today is in the auto industry. chris, an investment had to be made in the auto industry. restructuring had to happen. and now, for the first time since 2004, all three of the big three auto companies showed a
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profit in the first quarter this year. and instead of shedding jobs, more than 300,000 last year, the year before the president came in, the auto industry, for the first time in more than a decade is expanding. so, there is good news. the economic recovery is certainly fragile. but, chris, if we look back to the last six months of 2008, where we were losing 3 million jobs in that six months, we've actually added jobs in the six months -- the last six months of this administration. >> true. and yet, going into an election, people are going to be looking at where the jobs are going. you mentioned the auto industry. but the headline seems to be the big banks. they're getting their millions again. and yet, the unemployment rate is stagnant. people are hurting. and you know this. how does the president, how does his party, stand up to that scrutiny? >> what the president talks about is the fact that we have instituted on wall street, the toughest set of financial regulations that the industry has seen since the great depression. we did that without a lot of help from our friends in the
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republican party. and we're working each and every day to add jobs. >> and as we head into these elections, obviously, it will come down to the politics. you're dealing with a situation right now with congressman rangel. do you believe or do you fear, that he's going to be used as the poster child for being in bed with the special interests? >> well, look. there's a bipartisan committee in the house that are looking into some very serious charges. we believe that's the right course. and we're not going to prejudge the outcome of that trial. >> if it comes out the way it looks right now, will the president take a stand, a leadership position, demanding action on behalf of congressman rangel that he step down? that he define what this party's supposed to be about going into the elections? >> i feel confident that this party and this president have a record on ethics. ethics reform, and taking on the special interests. and we're happy to put in front of the american people in november. >> with all the sensitivity
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about with banks right now and charlie rangel allegedly taking money from the big banks for his city college foundation, now, you're looking at the midterms. you know it's just 39 seats. you've been talking about how this could be a risky midterm election. what do you think this means for the democrats? >> well, look. i think right now, democrats are running better campaigns than the republicans are. i think this november is going to come down, quite frankly, chris, to a choice. do you want to continue to move forward and make progress as we have in the obama administration? or do you want to go back to the economic policies that got us into this mess? i think it's a simple choice come november. i think democrats will be successful and we'll keep the house and the senate. >> quick question. obviously all of congress is worried on the democratic side of losing seats. but from the president's perspective. you work with the president. would having a divided congress really be so bad to him? might it be a blessing in disguise for him to have someone else to blame going into his election? >> well, chris, nobody here at the white house believes that. i think the president has a plan
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for getting this country back on its feet again. we need as many people in congress that support that agenda to create jobs, to help small businesses expand, to give people opportunity to go to college again. that's the agenda the president has. and he hopes that, come next november and certainly next year, when we swear in a new congress, that there's a majority of those that support that agenda. >> all right. mr. gibbs, thanks for taking the opportunity this morning. we appreciate it. >> thanks, chris. >> robin? we want to turn and bring in the newest member of the abc family. the new host of "this week," making her debut on sunday, christiane amanpour. welcome. good to have you onboard. >> it's great to be onboard. >> i know you have two exclusives for us on sunday. you're going to sit down with speaker nancy pelosi. you'll have a lot to talk to her about, especially on the heels of the charlie rangel ethics scandal. we know what she said to drain
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the swamp of corruption in washington. but that is just one of her many concerns, right? >> well, that's exactly right. and we will, obviously, ask her about that. we'll also be asking about some of the other issues you just raised, which is how they will be going competitively into the midterm elections. but beyond that, i'm also very interested in how the policies of the government are going to be implemented for the american people. and i think that's an area of really important investigation for the american people. and we'll be asking her about the big issues that need to be grappled with for the people of this country. >> and people are eager to hear what she has to say about that. your other exclusive is with defense secretary robert gates. and this is on the heels of what happened this week. the 90,000 documents that are really detailing what is going on, perhaps, in the afghan war. and he broke his silence this week, calling the leaks, quote, dangerous for our troops, our allies and our afghan partners. and when he said that, talking
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about the afghan partners, that raised a lot of eyebrows. >> well, it did. and what he really means is, as, perhaps, we all look at what's going on in those leaks. and we see, perhaps, less and less news in them, the actual effect of what they have done on the ground is what's concerning the pentagon. and the diplomats and allies all over the world. because, they're very concerned that releasing the names of afghans who cooperate with the united states or with the nato forces is simply going to be a death threat. and having covered this war, having covered the iraq war, certainly, we know when names of either iraqi translators or afghan people, tribes people who are released, they are subject to intimidation and worse from the taliban. whether it was the al qaeda forces in iraq. this is a very, very legitimate concern. and even the president of afghanistan has come out and said the release of their names is shocking.
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>> you have spent a lot of time in afghanistan. is there concern that the president may change his war plans because of this breach? >> i don't know about changing the war plan. i have spoken to a pentagon official who is talking about how they are trying to figure out whether they will have to change the amount of intelligence that they push down the lines. that they push down from headquarters right to the front lines, to enable the soldiers and others who are fighting the war, to know, you know, what's going on. that's going to be something they're going to have to look at. and also, obviously, they're concerned that it affects their ability to share information with allies. and all of that. and the allies are going to be compromised, as well. going to, perhaps, reconsidering sharing information with them. these are big questions that are going to be in play right now. >> well, you are hitting the ground running. thank you and welcome again to the abc family. thanks so much. and you can see all of her debut as anchor of "abc's this week,"
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with house speaker pelosi and defense secretary gates, this sunday morning. check your local listings. now juju chang has the other news for us. >> good morning, robin and chris. we're getting word about breaking news overseas. at the u.s. embassy in paris, reuters is reporting that three embassy employees are being treated for poisoning after opening mail in the building. the specific type of poisoning and the seriousness of their condition are not yet clear. there's been no comment from the embassy there. we'll keep you posted as we learn more. the showdown over arizona's new immigration law is inflaming tensions around the country. protests spread from phoenix to los angeles, to new york thursday. dozens were arrested. arizona's governor has appealed a judge's ruling that blocks key parts of the law from taking effect. the judge has received several death threats, which the u.s. marshals are now investigating. many fishermen are getting back to work today. for the first time since they were sidelined by the bp oil spill. louisiana has now lifted a ban, reopening commercial fishing areas east of the mississippi
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river. well, bp's outgoing ceo has guinn his first interview since agreeing to step down. tony hayward defends his response to the spill. telling "the wall street journal," quote, i became a villain for doing the right thing. he also admits, though, some of his comments, like saying he wanted his life back, were wrong. and finally, commuter airlines will soon have to follow new safety rules. congress is set to pass a bill today in the wake of last year's crash outside buffalo. the bill will force regional carriers to hire more experienced pilots and give them more downtime between shifts. and that's the news at 7:15. that was really a tragic case. it's good to know lessons have been learned. >> that's exactly right. >> thanks, juju. time for the weather. mr. sam champion is in central park this morning. getting ready for the concert. has a sweater on. i believe it's indicative of the weather there. >> it's a little cool. we're in the 60s this morning. i have a surprise for you guys. this is the biggest crowd yet in party in the park, friday, the
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black eyed peas. we're cramming folks in today. get in here. get in here fast. get in here now. this is going to be a big friday. there are 12 states under heat warnings or advisories today. from oklahoma city to tallahassee, the heat is on. the northeast has some gorgeous weather. it's part of our cool morning that delivers some great temperatures. boston at 79. new york at 84 degrees. and elsewhere, on the big board, there are certainly storms to contend with. they're right in the middle of the country. we'll talk more about them this morning.
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"good morning, maryland," i'm meteorologist justin berk. when you step outside, you get a breeze of nice, refreshing air. we're into the 60s with some 70s around the bay and downtown. a lot of sunshine mixing with a hue high clouds west and south of baltimore. still expecting a mostly cloudy sky. we're down to about 86 degrees and near normal. as we head through tonight, low 60s. partly sunny on saturday 87. more clouds and showers on sunday. text your friends. this is a party in the park not to be missed. chris? >> all right, sam. robin just went to grab her parka. she's going to meet you there in two minutes. go to him? chelsea clinton is getting married tomorrow. it's going to be lavish, glamorous and expensive.
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according to one estimate, $250,000 just for the flowers. sharyn alfonsi is in rhinebeck, new york, where the wedding is taking place on a private estate. good morning, sharyn. >> reporter: good morning, chris. this is where the v.i.p.s are expected to stay. they're supposed to be arriving in a few hours for rehearsal dinner tonight. everybody from oprah, to steven spielberg, even barbra streisands are rumored to be on the guest list. now, rhinebeck is waiting to see if the rumors become reality. chelsea tries to avoid cameras as she jets around manhattan in a rush. >> have a wonderful day. thank you. >> reporter: the mother of the bride, helping, too. toting loot from tiffany's in a garment bag. she was spotted getting a pedicure, grabbing frozen yogurt, and picking up rare books. perhaps a gift. the bride won't have time to do breathing this weekend, as details from her jam-packed
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wedding unfold. the rehearsal dinner where the couple has reportedly asked guests to wear country chic or cocktail apparel, to the reception saturday night, which is set to include fireworks over the hudson. that won't be the only thing shimmering saturday night. chelsea is reportedly wearing $250,000 worth of jewelry. another reason the clintons have hired extra security. $200,000 worth. small potatoes compared to the bud budget. $500,000 on flowers alone. >> congratulations, chelsea and marc. >> reporter: in town, rhinebeck is ready for an influx of a-listers. rumors that everyone from oprah to tom hanks may be attending. >> to behave accordingly and make accommodations. where is the kitchen door? >> reporter: and the affair, so swank, the driveway to astor
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courts estate is being widened to accommodate limb zones. the portable toilets cost $15,000. even the electricians working the event, have to follow a dress code. and the electricians have to wear tuxedos? >> yeah. they have an army of carpenters and electricians told to wear tuxedos so they blend in. you don't want a guy in farmer's jeans and a tool belt. >> reporter: we're going to have more details on this wedding coming up in the next half hour. also coming up, "american idol" explodes overnight. not one but two judges are out of there. who could be replacing them? and the latest on that bear attack. how they caught one of the bears. and now, the big question. what to do about her and her cubs?
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fact their morning. light winds out of the north and northwest and what would otherwise be a problem-free morning. really, the sun glare will be an issue on the beltway. take the shades and keep in mind that because of the low are humidity, the sun may be brighter this morning. officially 71 at bwi marshal. 59 across the eastern shore and easton 66 and holding in the 70s by the shoreline. we'll get to that in a moment and check it out opinion we're expecting a range from 85 in edgemere and down toward as nap list with an 85 degree water temperature. high uv index because of the low humidity, that bright sun could burn you real quick. we will have a mostly sunny sky with high clouds mixed in. out towards the beaches, delaware beaches to ocean city, 74 the actual water temperature with a 2 to 3 foot chop. today, we'll call it mostly sunny. we're looking for a two degree
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guaranteed high of 86. now let's look at the roads. >> reporter: thank you, justin. earlier on the outer loop as you approached delaney valley road, that has been cleared out of the roadway. looking at our cameras right now, the topside of the beltway near harford road, you see that slowing there. just a couple of minutes of a delay. elsewhere, we've got incidents to report on some maps here. we've got a couple of accidents in baltimore. first one towson town boulevard at bosley avenue. that's the topside there. mlk boulevard at west fayette street another accident and north hilton street at west baltimore street another accident this morning. elsewhere, we have an earlier accident looks like in hanover. clark road at route 175 causing a little bit of a delay there. flooding in downtown baltimore, patapsco avenue with the intersection shut down due to the extreme weather that came
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through in the area. white marsh boulevard to 695, five minute drive there. 83 south on shawon road seven minutes. not seeing too many significant delays there. owings mills boulevard to 695, a two-minute drive time in that area. stay with us. jamie will be back with us with the news update. i do the cooking, the shopping, shuttling the kids around. i pay the bills, and i want to know i'm getting the best bang for my buck. use your giant card and earn one gas rewards point for every dollar you spend. every 100 points means another 10 cents off per gallon at shell.
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♪ boom boom boom yo ♪ ♪ i got the hit that beat the block ♪ ♪ boom boom boom i like that boom boom pow ♪ ♪ them chicken jackin' my style they try copy my swagger ♪ there are not adjectives to describe that crowd out there at central park. they're all there for the black eyed peas. the six-time grammy winners performing live at our summer concert event. fans have been lining up all morning to see fergie, and the whole gang. we say good morning, america. tgif. i'm robin roberts. >> and i'm chris cuomo. george stephanopoulos off today. also this morning, we have new details on that deadly bear
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attack near yellowstone. interesting. they used csi methods to lure the bears back. now, controversy about what should happen to the momma bear and her cubs. >> yeah. >> it could get a little tragic. >> it could do that, chris. thanks. we're going to start with the news overnight about one of the country's most popular television shows. "american idol" announced that both ellen degeneres and kara dioguardi will not be coming back next season. and wait until you hear about their replacements. >> reporter: "american idol" judge ellen degeneres says she is leaving the show after one season. staying in a statement, a couple months ago i let fox and the "american idol" producers know this didn't feel like the right fit for me. she later tweeted, dim the lights. i voted myself off "american idol." when she first started, viewers looked for tensions between her and veteran judge, simon cowell. what they got was a seeming lovefest. >> so, this is it, huh? i come on, you leave?
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>> reporter: simon cowell left the show last may to work on the american version of "the x-factor." he wished her the best. telling "the hollywood reporter," quote, i have huge respect for her. she's always been in control of her own destiny. tmz is reporting that music industry veteran, kara dioguardi has been fired after only two seasons. it is rumored that jennifer lopez, who has appeared on "idol" before, is inking a deal to replace her. and also posts that aerosmith's steven tyler will take the third judge slot. randy jackson is the only original judge left. it's no surprise "american idol" is making changes. they have watched viewership drop almost 20% from the year before. it's a game of musical chairs on a show that's supposed to be about music. >> kind of saw this coming, as vinita said because it's still very popular because the ratings have been going down. and with simon gone, you have to do something. >> true.
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they have to figure out what that is. let's switch garies to the deadly bear rampage near yellowstone park. they used csi tricks. and hunters captured the grizzlies that are believed to be responsible for the attack. the question is, what happens to that momma bear now and her three cubs? ryan owens is in cooke city, montana. he has the latest. ryan? >> reporter: hey, chris. good morning to you. believe it or not, they are using dna tests to be certain they have the right bear. and if they do, it will be put to death. the question is, what about those cubs? turns out, mom may not be the only one to die. inside one of these traps sits the nearly 400-pound female grizzly that wildlife officers believe mauled three campers, one fatally. she got caught by returning to the scene of the crime less than a day after 48-year-old kevin hammer was found dead. dragged 25 feet from the tent where he slept. >> we won't be satisfied until
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we prove that we have the right bear and we catch all the cubs. we have every one. >> reporter: the bear will be put to death. and officials fear the same fate awaits her cubs. since they likely learn predatory behavior by watching their mother. 21-year-old ronald singer was the first victim of that behavior. he woke up to the grizzly biting his leg. >> about 2:00 in the morning, i felt the entire tent just fly two or three feet. and noticed something was attached to my leg. and just punched it a couple times. it didn't make a noise until it backed up. and it growled. it took off into the bushes. >> reporter: but not before several witnesses called 911. >> my daughter's boyfriend got bit by a bear just a little bit ago. there's another lady down there that's screaming. i don't know if she got bit or not. >> and it was a bear? >> it was a bear. and they mauled the tent. and we're at the super8 right now. i don't know where to go with him or what.
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>> okay. is the bear still tearing down tents? >> well, uh, i was helping him. and i heard her start screaming. so, he's still there somewhere. >> reporter: how lucky do you feel that you're still here? >> i feel lucky that i'm here. that the wounds aren't more. i'm the least affected by it. the other lady, she's going to have a horrible time with that arm now. >> reporter: still, experienced camper, deb freele, knows it could have been worse. >> you can play dead. so, i did. >> reporter: this morning, crews are taking extraordinary measures to make sure this is the right bear. taking saliva samples from the bite wounds. hair evidence from the tent and clothes of the victims. later today, they expect to know if the dna is a match. and while we wait for that dna
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testing, the evidence is mounting that this is, in fact, the right bear. authorities, now, a piece of a tooth in some of the tent and some of the wreckage from one of the mauls. and, chris, we're told that does match this bear. >> quite an investigation. ryan, thanks for the reporting. let's turn to chris servine. he joins us from missoula, montana. good morning, sir. good to have you with us. >> good morning. >> let's go to how you were able to track this bear. using parts of the tent. it sounds sophisticated. how did you do it? >> this bear, if it was a predatory bear, it's likely to return to the site because it received a food reward and a meal after eating this individual. when the bear was trapped, we used parts of the sleeping bag that he was in and his tent. put several traps in the area. and the bear returned to the trap with parts of the sleeping bag and the tent in it. went directly to that trap and went into it.
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>> now, the big question becomes, what do you do about the momma bear? and more sensitively, what do you do about the cubs? one of them may still be out there. what's your answer? >> well, the mother bear will be put down. we want to do an investigation and autopsy on this bear to see whether there's any organic problem with the animal. what caused this behavior. as for the young bears, we will put those in some type of a facility, like a zoo. we have several zoos that are interested in bears. and we'll place those cubs in some facility somewhere. so, they'll probably live out their lives in a zoo somewhere. >> so, the speculation -- >> one of these -- >> go ahead, please. continue, sir. >> there's one of the offspring that's still loose right now. and they're trying to trap it. and we should be able to pick that bear up today. and once those young bears are captured, then we'll place them in some zoo facility. >> the speculation we had heard, mr. servheen, that there was
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some socialization, with bears, grizzly see, grizzly do, that the yearlings would pick up the behavior, as well. you're saying they can live somewhere else? >> yeah. when they're in a zoo situation, they're not in a situation where they can approach people, as in the wild. we would never release these young bear into the wild again. but they can be placed in a zoo and live out their lives in a zoo. and be an educational tool for people to understand more about bears and what's needed for their conservation. >> how about that as a last question here. what do we know for sure about why bears attack? do they have to be provoked? are they just lured by food? is there any lesson here? >> well, we look at behaviors in bears. and we look at different types of aggression. we have natural aggression, where embassy are defensive of their young. defensive of a food source. or a surprise encounter. if you're hiking down a trail and run face-to-face with a
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bear. all those are called natural aggression. a bear in a situation like that is trying to neutralize the person close to them and leave the area right away. this case appears to be a case where the animals enter the campground with the express intent of killing and eating a person. and this is a very, very unusual type of behavior for bears. it's not unheard of. but it's very, very rare. >> and, obviously, when it does happen -- >> grizzly bears and black bears. >> when it happens, it causes a stir. thank you for the information. we appreciate it. >> you're welcome. what do you think of all this? if you want more information about what you should do when you're out there in the wild with bears, please, go to and you can weigh in on everything that's been going on on the shoutout board. it's time, now, for the weather. that means, sam champion. he's in central park with all those people, ready to have fun. black eyed peas. >> good morning, chris. >> how are you doing, sam? >> look at this crowd.
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hurry up and get here. look at this crowd. we have had black eyed peas sightings this morning. they've been doing sound checks. we have a huge party in the park. we can squeeze you in. get here. how are you doing? okay? that was pretty energetic. you were quiet, though. i have to say. next time, we'll pick it up. all right. one or two things we want to talk about. we're going to show you pictures out of california today. the really dry conditions in l.a. county have sparked some fires in the santa clarita area. it's part of 100 homes evacuated that we know of. watch all day long. the downsloping conditions over the next couple of days, with the winds coming down the mountains at 30 miles per hour to 35 miles per hour through the weekend. not a good sign for fire report there's. look at the warm temperatures in the 90s. elsewhere, heat down south. we have a break from it in new england and around the great lakes. but all of this heat is going to push south. new orleans, you stay in the 90s. dallas, you stay above 100 degrees. richmond, virginia, above 100 degrees for the most days ever.
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yeah. it's that kind of heat in a the most fun friday ever. and we'll have -- all that weather was brought to you by orkin. we'll have more in the park. that looks great. the only thing bigger than chelsea clinton's wedding is how many people we have in the park. they've shut down central park. we're going to get out of here and enjoy some music. the black eyed peas coming up. oh, new phillips' colon health probiotic plus fiber.
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were detained by iranian authorities. protests are planned in ten cities, from vancouver to houston. the three moms are planning to attend one just a few hours from now, here in new york, outside iran's permanent mission to the u.n. iranian authorities have indicated the trio will be tried for espionage. as of now, the three haven't even been charged. here's a look back at their story. the three americans were in this popular hiking area of iraq, when they accidentally crossed the border into iran, last july. since then, sarah shourd, shane bauer and josh fattal, have been held here. sarah, in solitary confinement. their moms devote themselves 24/7, to this mission. this past may, they were finally able to see their children, in an emotional, yet all-too brief reunion. but that was two, long months ago. and we're joined, now, by the three moms. cindy hickey, shane's mom.
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laura fattal, josh's mom. and lora shourd, mom of sarah. thank you for being here. for the one year they've been in prison, you've had bun phone call and one visit. but we understand you haven't had information since may. >> we left may 21st. saw the doors close on our kids. and we haven't heard anything sense. no news on the case. no access by the lawyer. >> and when you say case, there's no formal, criminal charges. and yet, they've been held for a year. >> we've asked over and over again, a recent letter to the head of the judiciary of iran, to please look at our kids' case and recognize and let them speak for themselves, if they need to go to court. >> and i know, nora, this is difficult for you. i know the two men are held together. and your daughter is often alone and facing some medical issues. >> yeah. it's really disturbing. sarah's been in solitary confinement for a year now, or nearly a year.
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which, as a mother, is very difficult for me to think of on a daily basis. it's all i can think of. she has medical problems, which are not being addressed. they're being neglected. she hasn't really been seen the way she should be seen. these are fairly serious things. and they're ignoring this. you know, we need to get these kids out so they can be taken care of and have their needs met. >> and what message do you three have for the iranian president? for the iranian authorities, on the one-year anniversary? >> we think one year is more than enough. this is a ridiculous, outrageous, unethical, unnecessary detention. >> tell me a little bit about the emotional rollercoaster that this year has been for you. >> well, the rollercoaster happens within a day. we're up and down constantly. so, we wait and wait. and we hear some inkling that maybe something's going to happen. and then, it doesn't. it's the rollercoaster is severe. it's affected our lives, totally. >> and no plans to go back to
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. all right money good morning, 7:56. people out there on the board work with a mostly sunny sky in rehoboth. we've dropped a temperature with winds averaging out of the north at 15 miles per hour. once we head back home, temperatures around 60 to around 70. we have ourselves a northerly breeze. it's dropped our humidity and a string of clouds back to our west. there may be high clouds to
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filter in across the skies today. high pressure building in should try to hold that off. there will be clouds around the great lakes. we can't rule out the mixture of that this afternoon. the clouds roll in late tomorrow. by sunday, yeah, we're in the thick of it. there will be another round of rain. for today, enjoy it, mostly sunny and seasonable. we're down into the low 60s overnight and pushing through tomorrow back to 87 with thickening clouds. here's alexis davies now with the latest on traffic. >> reporter: thanks, justin. we have a new accident to talk about southbound 895 as you are approaching the tunnel. we have a two-vehicle accident blocking the left lane causing some delays as you make your way around 895. elsewhere, we have a couple of more accidents to talk about. we've got what looks like police are still on the scene of an injury crash in towsontown boulevard at bosley avenue. like i said, police are still on the scene with that
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♪ i got a feeling that tonight's going ♪ ♪ to be a good night tonight's going to be ♪ ♪ a good night tonight's going to be ♪ ♪ a good, good night you are beautiful. en masse. glad that you're here because we had to shut down the park. so many people wanted to come and see the black eyed peas. they will perform live, coming up in our final half hour. we say good morning, america, on this tgif. black eyed peas. >> i was out meeting with the peeps. >> you were hanging with sam. >> and sam champion.
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we're talking about a big item of interest. chelsea clinton's wedding. you can't get enough of it. it gets bigger and bigger. we'll have a roundtable. >> we'll talk about that. but black eyed peas, coming up. are you ready for them? the stage is pulsating with the sound check. i promise, it will be worth the wait. let's get back to juju chang with the news. >> good morning, everyone. we continue watching a massive, new wildfire that exploded in southern california overnight. so far, it's burned through seven-square miles near palmdale, california. several buildings have been destroyed and about 2,000 homes have been been a grim milestone for american forces in afghanistan. overnight, we learned three more u.s. service members have been killed. bringing july's death toll to 63. this month is now officially the deadliest for the u.s. military since the war began there in 2001. an unnerving incident this morning at the u.s. embassy in
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paris. two embassy mail room workers are undergoing medical tests after han handling a suspicious letter. preliminary results say the envelope was not harmful. there's no indication that anyone is in danger. back in 2001, the embassy was the target of an alleged al qaeda plot. wall street is reacting to discouraging use about the economy report. a report is expected to confirm that economic growth slowed between april and june. nearly all sectors of the economy have weakened as unemployment remains high. extreme weather overseas this morning. dramatic images from pakistan, where more than 300 people have died in flash floods. days of rain have swept away entire villages. and in russia, record heat continues. moscow just suffered its hottest day ever. 102 degrees, sparking deadly forest fires and forming smog so thick, people are being told to stay indoors. finally, important news for women who take calcium
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supplements to ward off osteoporosis. new research shows the supplements may raise your risk of a heart attack by up to 30%. while more study is needed. many doctors say, getting your calcium through food may be the best bet. now, let's check out with "world news" is already working on for tonight. here's diane sawyer. diane? >> and happy friday to you, juju, and everyone at "gma." coming up on "world news," a mystery. she's a young woman who has navigated so much in her life. why are so many people around the world watching her next move? she's our "person of the week." want to guess? it's tonight on "world news." see you then. >> we'll keep guessing throughout the morning. that's the news at 8:03. time to go out to central park, with thousands of your close, personal friends. >> oh, juju. if you could see this. this is an amazing crowd. you guys, give it up for yourselves here. [ cheers and applause ] show the people what it's like to get up and come to central park at 5:00 a.m. to be here for
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the black eyed peas this morning. yeah. there's no other place in new york city to be but right here. so, cozy up to the tv set, if you can't be here. and we'll give you an amazing concert. it's the black eyed peas and your party in the park friday, in case you're just waking up. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on. look at that. look at this crowd. it's crazy. in case you don't know about the new england situation. we had a front move through. and there were tough storms. but behind it, gorgeous weather. it was the 60s when new york woke up. cleveland, 80 degrees. one place that doesn't happen. it's all the way through the deep south. we'll keep the heat roaring. in the northern plains, storms will kick up. we have a hot weekend coming in the middle of the country. by the way, chelsea clinton's getting married this weekend, folks. it's about 77 miles away from here. and for her wedding, the most amazing weather ever. look at that. 78, 79, 81. could be s
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an amazing crowd in the park. and everybody over here, it's robin roberts. >> i can see you over the masses. all right, sam. thank you very much. so good of you to give the forecast in rhinebeck, new york. the site of the big wedding tomorrow, with chelsea clinton. and we have sharyn alfonsi, who is already there, where security is very tight. she has the very latest for us. good morning, again, sharyn. >> reporter: good morning. well, we're waiting for the
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v.i.p.s to arrive. they're supposed to be coming in tonight for the rehearsal dinner, which is at the nearby grassmere estate. we're told it will be inside a barn. and the invitation saying for the guests to wear country chic. we also learned while this is about two hours from new york city, that a number of helicopter pads at estates in the area have been secured so the v.i.p.s can fly in. they will be ushered by car, to a number of the hotels, like the one i'm standing in front of. and they will be brought in through the back doors, in the kitchen, to keep this event very private. we're learning more details about the wedding itself. one of the caterers is one of oprah's favorite chefs. and the cake is going to be vegan and gluten-free, if you can imagine that. we also heard that they're planning a giant, massive, kind of fireworks display for the end of the ceremony tomorrow night. and that may, robin, actually be the only kind of confirmation we
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have because this whole thing is still so super secret. kind of top squirrel situation. >> yeah. they have tried their best to keep everything so secret. you know, sharyn, that looks country chic, what you're wearing right now. i don't know. but i'll check with somebody who does know. thank you very much, sharyn. we appreciate it very much. we're going to talk more about this. and i think somebody who knows about country chic and so much more, is editor in chief of "brides" magazine. you know everything there is to know about weddings and fashion. also joining us is anita mcbride. you remember her as social secretary under george w. bush. anita, it's great to see you, again, too. what is country chic? >> that's a good clue. it says this wedding is going to be dressed up but laid back. not fussy. not long gowns. don't bring out all the diamonds. just dress up. but be prepared to have a good time. >> not fussing. >> the guys might be in tuxedos.
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you might see people do dress up/dress down. you'll see a mix. >> you said not fussy. but this is reported to cost between $3 million and $5 million, for this wedding. >> it's true. so much of that, really, is going into what we're seeing. like the tents. those are major tents going up, with glass windows and air conditioning. and all the people behind it, who have to make that happen. 500 guests. feeding them. there's a lot of hard costs with this, in addition to labor. >> give us a feel about what we could possibly see. what the guests will be seeing. you know the wedding planner, very well, right? brian? >> brian raffanalli will make it personal. he likes to channel what's special about the couple. he'll do that for chelsea and marc, too. all we're seeing on the outside is fairly what you see for a big wedding. it's what they do together that he'll bring out on the inside. so, maybe that will be they'll write their own vows. or they'll have a special song. or you can bet the president
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will play the saxophone at some point. there will be some family moment. >> all right. anita, you were the chief of staff for former first lady, laura bush. and you were involved when jenna bush got married. you knew the details of the wedding planning. and what is different when you have dignitaries involved in a big day like this, anita? >> well, let's remember, robin, of course, the only v.i.p. in this wedding celebration is the bride and the groom. so, that's your number one dignitary. of course, when you're handling this number of people and the special requirements to bring in folks who are celebrities around the country, it takes some real coordination. so, a magnificent wedding planner will be a big help. of course, at the end of the day, it's what the bride wants. and her wishes will be what's followed in this. >> i'm glad you said that, anita. that is so true. when it boils down to it, it's the bride and groom. they are truly the v.i.p.s.
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the people that will be coming and attending, anita. tell us about having to unwrap the wedding gifts because of security in that. what's involved? >> i think whenever -- of course this, is a different venue. but there's obviously a lot of security to protect the protectees, which is the former president of the united states, and, of course, the secretary of state. so, there will be some requirements that have to be followed. as far as bringing gifts, i think the best advice you can give your guests, is send the address you would have been given to provide your gifts to the bride and groom. and not to bring them to a venue like this because they will more than likely have to be brought to a separate location and opened later and handled later. and not exactly be given to the bride and groom. >> you know, aneat tashgs i think that's good advice for any wedding. >> that's right. >> absolutely. but somebody does bring it to the wedding, you have to be prepared. but you're right.
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leave them home. mail them later. >> quite a different scene when bill and hillary clinton got married back in the day. we have wedding photos from their big day. it was a simpler -- a simpler time. >> completely. it was a simpler time. hillary bought her dress at dillard's. it was a jessica mcclintock. that was a hippie era, anyway. weddings today are very, very personal. they're driven by the bride and groom. we see dhax are works of art. flowers that are also works of art. invented menus. and all kinds of personal touches. that's why the cost and the details add up. there's more people involved. >> sure. >> it was a different time. >> it was a different time back then. how about the photos? i know you went through this, too, anita, when jenna was married. everyone wants to have that first photo of the couple. >> sure. that's wonderful. everybody will be waiting to see that. you know, this is a young woman who has lived a low-key life, with high-profile parents.
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people have watched her around the country grow up. in a lot of ways, as they watched jenna and barbara bush. they knew these girls from when their grandfather was vice president. there's a certain interest that we all have. and i hope we're respectful as americans to remember this is private. but we all will be looking to see what's the photo of the happy couple with their four, very proud parents. so, i'm sure that chelsea's going to make a wonderful selection of the photo that she would like released for people to see. she understands that, i'm sure, the interest that people have in her life. but still, has been able to maintain quite a wonderful and private life. >> i don't know how she does it. but she has been able to do that. anita, it is always so good to see you. thank you very much. >> thank you, robin. >> and, nelly, thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> this is the 25th wedding anniversary. i think it's appropriate for this segment, that we have a happy couple behind us. we'll see what happens, the big day. all right.
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any worst-case scenario, like being stranded in open water. >> when you're in open water like this, you're in their world. and they have a distinct tactical advantage. the goal is to avoid unnecessary contact. if a shark does threaten me and i can't avoid it, i'm going to fight back with everything i've got. >> reporter: but don't go running to the shallow end just yet. why do sharks feed in shallow watt center. >> small fish school in shallow waters. he is up out of the water. i had to throw him back in. >> reporter: what about a cage match? >> even this can't guarantee your safety. if this ever happens, chances are the shark will be even more upset about it than you are. make sure to hold him close to the head so he can't use his flexibility to turn around and bite you. whoa. it was like wrestling a pitbull
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with fins. >> reporter: the two most important rules. >> try to stay calm, and think your way through it. you'll have your best chance of surviving a shark attack. >> reporter: that might be easier said than done. here we are with the man himself. terry, i have to shake your hand. >> thanks for having me on. >> reporter: the host of shark attack survival on discovery. you're a green beret. active duty. and going out there and messing with the sharks to teach the rest of us. give me potential scenarios to avoid. >> we were talking, too. when you're in the water with fish and bait, sharks can smell stuff about a mile away. and so, one of the things we create in the show, too, and let people realize, is that even in a foot of water, chris -- >> really? >> yeah. we were able to beach them. they came up on their belly to get the food. that was a revelation for me. i didn't think they would get in that close. six inches of water, they were on top of me. don't think you're safe. don't be scared to fish. >> why would i be scared of huge
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sharks coming up to my ankles? >> that can happen. >> you're a green beret, fighting with a fishing poll. i have my high-pitched voice. >> these are caribbean reef sharks. they're medium size. medium agro. they're not a great white. they are not puppies. they are sharks. they have teeth. >> pitbull with fins. that's a good line. >> yeah. there was the one bit when i lured one into the cage with me. they slammed the door shut. i'm trapped with the shark. he's supposed to be outside. now, he's inside. i was trying to do a few things that i talk about in the show, when you put them almost in a coma. it works to a degree. when i tried to lift him and get him o out of the cage, he was upset. >> top two things to do if there's a shark around you. >> if you're in the water and under water, like i do, like a driver, and a shark shows up, make eye contact with them. i know it sounds crazy.
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it's the creamy, delicious way to satisfy... your hunger to help you lose weight. ♪ so you can kick the tin can habit. try special k protein shakes today. good morning at 8:25, sunshine and a few clouds to our south. tempt chores are coming this afternoon. 66 york, pa and easton. 72 here in town and 73 over towards ocean city. you'll notice a few high clouds filtering into the mountains. that will turn overcast west of hagerstown with the clouds flowing near d.c. parts of the middle and eastern shore. overall, though, we are expecting those clouds with a little bit of a hindrance more than anything else.
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could turn partly cloudy at times. rains end the weekend at any point on sunday. still call it mostly sunny around baltimore and the drop in humidity makes it real comfortable. 50s outside of the beltway and away from the bay. 87 and partly sunny tomorrow. let's see what's happening on the roads. alexis? >> reporter: thanks, justin opinion 895's accident has been moved to the shoulder. you will find stop and go traffic as you approach the area. you are at o'donnel street. elsewhere, looking at the roadways, we have jammed traffic on the outer loop of liberty road. volume related with the reports of accidents or incidents in that area. taking a look at our maps now. we do have an accident up in reisterstown. reisterstown road at glenn falls a serious accident. police are on the scene. elsewhere in baltimore, we have
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another accident north hilton street at west baltimore street. and taking a look at our drive time with 95 southbound from 695 to the split at for the mchenry tunnel. stay tuned. jamie will be back with the update on the news. well, we're 17 minute as
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way from the ravens holding their first full practice. with that comes the first chance for to you get an autograph. be aware, starting this year, autographs will be available to kids only. training camp is held at westminster. ravenstown grows every year featuring more for kids and adults to do. they say they are thrilled that mcdaniel and the ravens continue to make it a winning combination. we'll look at that coming up at 9:00. tomorrow, m & t bank stadium will be backed. a different kind of football willing played on the field. manchester city and inner milan will battle it out and there's still tickets available for to you go to the game. kickoff is at 8:00 tomorrow night. buck show walter will be the new coach for the orioles. he grew up in the yankees organization and managed the yankees. the rangers and texas. he was a baseball analyst for
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espn a two-time a.l. manager for the year. the last couple of years he's been with espn. a busy weekend for michael phelps. he's getting ready to head off to california this weekend to compete in the nationals. he's already preparing for the 2012 olympic games in london. we're keeping an eye on the traffic for enthusiasm morning around the beltway. trying to get you there on time this morning. have a great rest of the morning.
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♪ ♪ go, go, go go, go, go ♪ ♪ go, go, go go, go, go ♪ how cool is that? >> that should be the music every day. >> all right. you have been so patient. and in mere minutes, black eyed peas will be here, on this very stage. we say good morning, america. the multiplatinum,
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grammy-winning album is called "the e.n.d." >> they are the people's choice award. when they got together to make the album, they said the goal is to have fun. it's been communicated to everyone here. i've never seen a happier crowd. >> energy never dice. do we have the wabc helicopter shot that shows you the park craziness that "good morning america" has brought for you? this crowd, right there in the middle of the trees. go ahead, you guys. look up and wave to the chopper. it's right there. you have practically created the biggest event in new york city today. there is no other place to be but right here in central park. >> give them the weather already. >> okay. here we go. with our forecast. you know how great it's going to be over the weekend here. on the west coast, it's equally as nice. san francisco has great, cool temperatures. seattle's beautiful, right on target at 76 degrees. it is warmer than normal once you step off the coastline in southern california.
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that will allow the l.a. county fires to continue with downsloping from the mountains. quick look at the weekend forecast. the weekend fly-by. the storms stay in the northern plains areas. they will be firing up strongly during the day. it's a bit drier around that area by the time we get into saturday, the great lakes area. and the heat continues into the deep south. fast enough for you? and all that weather was brought to you by kellogg's special k. what have you got in your hands? >> who is cooler than i am? robin is. all right. the black eyed peas are here. have you heard of the album called "the e.n.d."?
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[ cheers and applause ] have you heard of a song called "boom, boom pow"? [ cheers and applause ] well, here are the black eyed peas with "boom, boom pow." ♪ got to get that got to get that ♪ ♪ got to get that got to get that ♪ ♪ that that, that that boom boom boom ♪ ♪ gotta get that boom boom boom ♪ ♪ gotta get that boom boom boom ♪ ♪ boom boom boom yo ♪ ♪ i got the hit that beat the block ♪ ♪ you can get that bass overload i got the that rock and roll ♪ ♪ that future flow that digital spit ♪ ♪ next level visual i got that ♪ ♪ boom boom boom how the beat bang ♪ ♪ boom boom boom i like that boom boom pow ♪ ♪ them chicken jackin' my style they try copy my swagger ♪ ♪ i'm on that next now i'm so 3008 ♪ ♪ you so 2000 and late i got that boom boom boom ♪
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♪ that future boom boom boom let me get it now ♪ ♪ boom boom boom gotta get that ♪ ♪ boom boom boom gotta get that ♪ ♪ boom boom boom gotta get that ♪ ♪ boom boom boom gotta get that ♪ ♪ boom boom boom boom boom boom ♪ ♪ boom boom boom boom boom boom ♪ ♪ i'm on the supersonic boom y'all hear the spaceship zoom ♪ ♪ when i step inside the room them girls go hey ♪ ♪ y'all stuck on super they're no fast stupid a bit ♪ ♪ i'm on that hd flat this beat go boom boom pow ♪ ♪ i'm a beast when you turn me on into the future cybertron ♪ ♪ harder, faster, better stronger ♪ ♪ sexy ladies extra longer we got the beat that bounce ♪ ♪ we got the beat that pow we got the beat that 808 ♪ ♪ that the boom boom in your town people in the place ♪ ♪ if you wanna get down put your hands in the air ♪
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♪ drop the beat now go, go, go, go, go, go ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go go, go, go ♪ ♪ i be rockin' the beats go, go, go ♪ ♪ i be rockin' the beats go, go, go ♪ ♪ here we go, here we go satellite radio ♪ ♪ y'all getting hit with boom boom ♪ ♪ beats so big i'm steppin' on leprechauns ♪ ♪ on y'all you with the boom boom ♪ ♪ on y'all you with the boom boom ♪ ♪ on y'all you with the this beat be bumpin' bumpin' ♪ ♪ this beat go boom boom let the beat rock ♪ ♪ let the beat rock let the beat rock ♪ ♪ go, go, go let the beat rock ♪ ♪ this beat be bumpin' bumpin' this beat go boom boom ♪ ♪ i like that boom boom pow them chicken jackin' my style ♪ ♪ they try copy my swagger i'm on that next now ♪
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♪ i'm so 3008 you so 2000 and late ♪ ♪ i got that boom boom boom that future boom boom boom ♪ ♪ let me get it now boom boom boom ♪ ♪ gotta get that boom boom boom ♪ ♪ gotta get that boom boom boom ♪ ♪ gotta get that boom boom boom ♪ ♪ gotta get that boom boom boom ♪ ♪ gotta get that boom boom boom ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ i got a feeling that tonight's gonna be ♪ they're setting another record here today. our largest crowd ever for our summer concert series, for the black eyed peas.
8:40 am, apple, fergie. taboo. you put a little fear in us, when you named the album "the e.n.d." but it's energy never dies. >> you have to have a lot of energy to wake up in the morning. coming on the summer stage here in the park. it's great. it feels good. this morning's a beautiful day out. and we were up late last night recording. so, we're functioning on energy. and excitement. >> this is a sellout crowd. you're used to sellout crowds on your tour. i saw you in south africa, fergie, when you were up on stage for the world cup. that had to be a special time, too. >> it was very special. it was beautiful. it was amazing. i think i can speak for america, that we really got turned on to football this year. >> saying it football. >> spain. >> so, we got some news. got some news about the black eyed peas. you guys have set a record.
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another record. the black eyed peas are the first band to ever have 6 million downloads of a single song. "i got a feeling." >> thank you. >> we owe it to you guys. give it up to you guys. for everybody here. [ cheers and applause ] >> i like you have to point to the pack every now and again. >> you have to. these are the people who make it possible for us to do this. and these are the pea bodies that represent for us all the time. >> they do. they come out for you each and every time. you have so many top-ten hits off of this album, "the e.n.d." "i got a feeling," we're going to hear about that later. but how about right now? you want to "rock that body"? "rock that body" and black eyed peas. >> you guys ready? everybody, put your fists up. put them up.
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>> come on. >> get 'em up. >> here we go. ♪ i wanna rock right now i want ♪ ♪ i wanna rock right now ♪ i want i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ now, now rock right now ♪ ♪ i want i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ i want i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ i want i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ i wanna dance i wanna dance in the light ♪ ♪ i wanna rock i wanna rock yo body ♪ ♪ i wanna go i wanna go for a ride ♪ ♪ up in the music and rock yo body right ♪ ♪ rock ya body come on, come on ♪ ♪ rock that body rock your body ♪ ♪ rock ya body come on, come on ♪ ♪ rock ya body rock ya body ♪ ♪ come on, come on rock that body ♪ ♪ rock yo body rock ya body ♪ ♪ come on, come on rock ya body ♪ ♪ let me see your body rock shakin' from the ♪
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♪ bottom to the top freak to what the deejay drop ♪ ♪ we be the ones to make it hot ♪ ♪ to make it hot electric shock ♪ ♪ energy like a million watts space be boom ♪ ♪ and the speakas pop galactic gone ♪ ♪ and miss the spot we bumpin' in ♪ ♪ your parkin' lot parkin' lot ♪ ♪ when you comin' up in the spot ♪ ♪ don't bring nothin' we call pink dot ♪ ♪ 'cause we running around the clock ♪ ♪ hit the lights and then turn them off ♪ ♪ if you bring that don't make you soft ♪ ♪ like the jungle we run the block ♪ ♪ no one rollin' the way we rock ♪ ♪ i want i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ i want i wanna rock right now ♪ >> put your hands in the air. ♪ i want i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ i wanna dance i wanna dance in the light ♪ ♪ i wanna rock i wanna rock yo body ♪ ♪ i wanna go i wanna go for a ride ♪ ♪ hop in the music and rock yo body right ♪ ♪ rock ya body come on, come on ♪ ♪ rock that body rock your body ♪ ♪ rock ya body come on, come on ♪ ♪ rock that body
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rock ya body ♪ ♪ come on, come on rock that body ♪ ♪ rock yo body rock that body ♪ ♪ come on, come on rock ya body ♪ ♪ superfly ladies all on my ♪ ♪ superfly ladies all on my ♪ ♪ superfly ladies all of my ♪ ♪ super superfly ladies ♪ ♪ yeah, you could be big but long as you feel ♪ ♪ like you're all you could be the model type ♪ ♪ skinny with no appetite short stacks ♪ ♪ black or white long as you do what you like ♪ ♪ body outta sight body, body outta sight ♪ ♪ she does the two-step and the tummy drop ♪ ♪ she does the cabbage patch and the bus stop ♪ ♪ she like electro she love hip-hop ♪ ♪ she like the reggae she feel punk rock ♪ ♪ she like the samba and the mambo ♪ ♪ she like to break dance and calypso ♪ ♪ get a little crazy get a little stupid ♪ ♪ get a little crazy little crazy, little crazy ♪ ♪ i wanna dance i wanna dance in the light ♪ ♪ i wanna rock i wanna rock nyc ♪ ♪ i wanna go i wanna go for a ride ♪ ♪ hop in the music and rock yo body right ♪
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♪ rock ya body whoa-oh oh-oh ♪ ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh whoa-oh oh-oh ♪ ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh whoa-oh oh-oh ♪ ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh whoa-oh oh-oh ♪ ♪ oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ i wanna i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ i wanna i wanna rock right now ♪ ♪ i wanna i wanna rock ♪ ♪ i wanna i wanna rock ♪ ♪ whoa-oh oh-oh oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ whoa-oh oh-oh oh-oh-oh-oh ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ male announcer ] are you watching cable? here's what you should be watching: your cable bill, because you could be paying way too much. stop spending more for second best. upgrade to verizon fios and get tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month. and here's a special bonus: you'll also get the fios tv movie package --
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♪ i gotta feeling that tonight's gonna be ♪ ♪ a good night that tonight's gonna ♪ you at home, wish you were here.tonight's gonna ♪ just serenaded a little something about his friends. >> it's a nice day out in the park. >> yeah. >> just goes to my head. >> it was amazing to watch.
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everybody just kind of paused and clapping. it was beautiful. feeling the love. >> when you have a magnetic moment like this, inspiration comes. whether it's the hardest song or the nicest melody. you open yourself up to the creativity and get inspired by the people out in the park. >> got a lot to celebrate also. we were saying earlier, 6 million downloads of a single song. "i got a feeling." that's a record. nobody's ever done it before, except for you. >> thank you. >> if you didn't notice when you're watching the dancers on stage, juju chang's not just a news anchor, she's one of the dancers. >> forget the news. i'm going off with the black eyed peas. >> are you ready for the song we've come here to hear? [ cheers and applause ] "i've got a feeling." black eyed peas. >> clap your hands. lets me see them. clap your hands. come on. clap your hands.
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♪ i gotta feeling that tonight's gonna be ♪ ♪ a good night that tonight's gonna ♪ ♪ be a good night that tonight's gonna ♪ ♪ be a good, good night i got a feeling ♪ ♪ that tonight's gonna be a good night ♪ ♪ that tonight's gonna be a good, good night ♪ ♪ tonight's the night let's live it up ♪ ♪ i got my money let's spend it up ♪ ♪ let's spend it up go out and smash it ♪ ♪ like oh my god jump off that sofa ♪ ♪ let's kick it off i know that we'll ♪ ♪ have a ball if we get down ♪ ♪ and go out and just lose it all ♪ ♪ i feel stressed out
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i wanna let it go ♪ ♪ let's go way out spaced out and losing all control ♪ ♪ fill up my cup mazal tov ♪ ♪ look at her dancing just take it off ♪ ♪ let's paint the town we'll shut it down ♪ ♪ let's burn the roof and then we'll do it again ♪ ♪ i gotta feeling that tonight's gonna be ♪ ♪ a good night that tonight's gonna ♪ ♪ be a good night that tonight's gonna ♪ ♪ be a good, good night i got a feeling ♪ ♪ that tonight's gonna be a good night ♪ ♪ that tonight's gonna be a good night ♪ ♪ that tonight's gonna be a good, good night ♪ ♪ be a good, good night tonight's the night ♪ ♪ let's live it up i got my money ♪ ♪ let's spend it up go out and smash it ♪ ♪ like oh, my god jump off that sofa ♪
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♪ let's kick it off fill up my cup drink ♪ ♪ mazal tov look at her dancing ♪ ♪ move it move it just take it off ♪ ♪ let's paint the town we'll shut it down ♪ ♪ let's burn the roof and then we'll do it again ♪ ♪ let's do it let's do it ♪ ♪ let's do it let's do it ♪ ♪ let's do it let's live it up ♪ ♪ let's do it, do it do it ♪ ♪ here we come here we go ♪ ♪ we gotta rock easy come ♪ ♪ easy go now we on top ♪ ♪ feel the shot body rock ♪ ♪ rock it don't stop round and round ♪ ♪ up and down around the clock ♪ ♪ monday, tuesday wednesday and thursday ♪ ♪ friday, saturday saturday and sunday ♪ ♪ we keep, keep, keep keep on going ♪ ♪ we know what we say party every day ♪ ♪ party every day got a feeling ♪
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♪ that tonight's gonna be a good night ♪ ♪ that tonight's gonna be a good night ♪ ♪ that tonight's gonna be a good, good night ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> everybody. here in the park. have a great weekend, everyone. so glad to have black eyed peas here. we'll see you on monday.
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captions by: caption colorado, llc (800) 775-7838 >> hi, good morning. 8:56. all this talk about a sunny morning. the sun has been dimmed out by high clouds. seeing that in howard county right now. veterans elementary 69 degrees winds averaging 10 to 15 miles per hour. we'll take you down towards hyde point in baltimore. we've had high clouds mixing in with the sun. the forecast has been gusty winds by the open water. 72 with winds gusting as high as 23 miles per hour. all right. there's high clouds back to the west. we'll show where you that's coming from in a moment, but essentially it is about the high pressure trying to build in here. pushing that old front off the coast. high pressure responsible for our cool winds. also responsible for trying to protect us from this complex of storms that could turn severe across iowa. high pressure protects us a day and a half or two. we'll watch that stream in our tremendous by tomorrow night. until then, it will focus on a mostly sunny sky.
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86 our two degree guaranteed high. here's alexis with the final check on traffic. >> reporter: the earlier accident southbound 895 as you approach the tunnel has been cleared out of the travel lanes. traffic is moving freely to that area. elsewhere, we do have delays. this is 95 north of caton avenue. we've got heavy sluggish as you approach caton avenue. it's sluggish all the way through to 395. looking around the area, we've got accidents to tell you about. we've got an accident down in what looks like helen dale avenue at charleston avenue causing injuries there. still have the flooding at patapsco area and that's shut down. another accident up in reisterstown. now back to "good morning america."
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