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only because... "vampire"--i'm leaning towards, you know, white, flushed... >> ohh! >> colorless. depriving it of chlorophyll-- chlorophyll is green. asparagus is normally green. um... my gut told me white asparagus just because that doesn't seem as natural. um, to harvest black olives, you know, i think you harvest asparagus. >> yeah. >> instead of harvesting olives. um, yellow bell pepper-- >> well-- >> i wouldn't think-- those are naturally grown to be yellow. >> yeah. but sometimes they're red and vampires suck blood. >> okay. >> [laughs] >> too far there. >> ah, too many colors. all right. >> yeah, yellow's grown naturally. green beans grow naturally. white asparagus just stuck out to me-- to take the green coloring of the chlorophyll out. >> okay. >> and you've already reached the $5,000, so... >> we've paid for the trip. >> yeah, we paid for our trip out here. we're good. >> okay, we paid for the trip, mom. all right, we're gonna say "c," white asparagus.
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final answer. >> see, sometimes... you need your sister. that's right. >> yay! >> yes! >> i like you. >> that is right. way to go! >> thank you. >> yeah. >> morgan, it was a pleasure. [horn blows] head on back up. oh! that sound means we're out of time. but, kevin, you're at $7,000. >> all right. >> and we will continue this game on another day. >> great. >> thank you so much for watching. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. [dramatic music] closed captioning sponsored by: (brian)i'm brian. i was in the military for 18 years. but i smoked. and i got heart disease. my tip is, it's hard to serve your country when you're too weak to put on your uniform. (announcer)you can quit. for free help, call 1-800-quit-now. life feels a little lighter, potency probiotic, livelier, a little more you.
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would you cross a street? would you cross an ocean? would you go if you could use your knowledge to teach someone and, in the process, maybe learn something yourself? life is calling. how far will you go? peace corps.
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some quick thinking may have saved lives as this train conductor runs through a car telling passengers to get down. that's because the train was about to collide with a truck that was on the tracks. this whole thing happened in poland. there was believe it or not no word of any injuries. the train was going more than 60 miles per hour when it hit that truck which sustained significant damage. >> incredible video there. back here at home, the former prep school student jailed then freed, then jailed once more for sexual assault could be freed again. owen labrie is serving a 12-month sentence for attacking a female classmate in concord, new hampshire at st. paul's school. there is a chance he could be released on bail. his trial court is being asked to reconsider its decision to revoke his prior bail for a curfew violation. and a former top coal executive has reported to federal prison in california. former massey energy ceo don
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blankenship was sentenced to a year behind bars for his role in the deadliest u.s. mine explosion in four decades. his attorneys are trying to get the conviction overturned. there's a new development in the medical malpractice lawsuit involving late comedian joan rivers. >> her daughter melissa announced she has reached a settlement. abc's mara schiavocampo. reporter: in a statement, her daughter melissa saying i'm able to put the legal aspects of my mother's death behind me. the 81-year-old died in september, 2014, following a routine throat procedure at this new york city medical clinic. rivers went into cardiac arrest. her daughter's lawsuit claiming the comic's personal doctor performed an unauthorized biopsy during the procedure took selfies with the star while she was unconscious and also claims none of the doctors involved noticed her vital signs were plummeting.
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while melissa river's statement does not say how much the settlement is for, it's reportedly substantial. the doctors involved did not dispute the lawsuit's findings and melissa rivers says she's glad they've accepted responsibility and will now devote herself to improving outpatient care. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> thank you. >> rivers sought unspecified damages in this. she said the reason she sued was to make sure nobody has to go through something like there again. >> a spokesman everyone yorkville says our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to the rivers family. they said the parties agreed to settle this case to avoid protracted litigation process. we're going to switch gears. when we come back, jimmy kimmel kicks off his vice presidential campaign. and amal clooney's near wardrobe malfunction at cannes. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ skinny, so skinny time now for "the skinny" starting with breaking, breaking "skinny" news. >> it happened right here last night on abc as our very own jimmy kimmel kicked off his vice presidential campaign saying he doesn't need a number one to make a number two. >> i see what he's doing there. >> some of the major players at cnn are even getting in on the
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act. >> jimmy kimmel has confirmed he is running for vice president of the united states. he has no running mate. he claims not to be a washington insider or outsider and believes he'll make a great number two despite the fact that sources are telling us that in high school, he got a "d" in social studies. let's go over to the wall and see how he's polling. right now, all indications you are polling at 100%. >> wow. >> he's actually on the short list for trump right now. >> very scientific approval numbers for jimmy kimmel. >> kimmel says he never stopped fighting for his fellow americans unless "game of thrones" is on. he would stop until he figures out what's going on the show. we're still trying to figure it out. >> who could blame him there. turning overseas where the
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race for the red carpet at the cannes film festival got pretty interesting. >> take a look at amal clooney. looking every bit like a would "a" lister herself. for yesterday's premiere of her husband's new film "money monster." but she appeared to have a near wardrobe malfunction running into a bit of trouble with the length of that flowing gown. >> they all got together for a big group photo. she had an oops moment during the red carpet picture with the "money monster" cast. the wind kind of blew and the split opened more than she planned. director jodie foster and co-star julia roberts were there looking beautiful oozing old school hollywood glamour and vintage inspired black ballgowns but wardrobe malfunction or not, i say amal stole the show. >> she stole the show. >> jack has been paying attention and jack thinks the same, right? he's wowed. look at him. >> if i had legs that looked
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like that, i'd probably purposely try to open the slit a little bit. >> she looked beautiful. stunning. > way to go. here at home in the meantime, some awkward moments played out in hollywood yesterday between ozzy and sharon osbourne. >> so on the heels of news that they've split after 33 years of marriage, the couple had to reunite for business purposes at the hollywood palladium for a black sabbath event. >> you'll recall sharon still manages ozzy's bands but the reunion look at her face. not exactly warm. sharon literally cringed as ozzy put his arm around her, even apparently trying to pull away. >> the two are no longer living together. a source tells magazine that no divorce is being discussed. at least not yet. >> some of the conspiracy theorists behind the scenes were saying she was drinking lemonade on her show at cbs and perhaps that's telling. >> trying to send a signal out
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there. >> that she's just actually thirsty. >> very subtle. >> maybe. finally to boston and the growing enigma that is justin bieber. >> just days after social media rant about no more autographs or fan photographs, then this happened. >> that's him. the life of the party. >> dancing on the bar, downing shots and sucking on lime or as we used to call it freshman year. >> it happened at boston's storyville nightclub, among other locals, after his concert and despite his edict this week banning fans from snapping pictures of himself, he seemed right at home with party goers who posted pics and videos to social media. he snapped a few selfies
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himself. >> this one with the hotel bar manager. >> maybe he felt bad after saying all that stuff about fans not bothering him and he wanted to show he's still a man of the people. >> maybe he wanted free drinks. >> dancing on the bar usually works for that. >> there's that. bar usually works for that. >> there's that. s
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♪ it's been a busy week for news headlines from the rocky road on the campaign trail to a bizarre and deadly stabbing spree at a massachusetts mall. >> but there were also stories of inspiration and overcoming nearly unsurmountable odds and some down right adorable video. here is our weekly "friday rewind." >> does it have to be unified? i'm very different from anybody else perhaps that has ever run for office. i actually don't think so. >> the goal here is to unify the various wings of the party around common principles. >> the republicans themselves are raising questions about their presumptive nominee. >> we are in this campaign to win the democratic nomination!
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>> i feel confident that hillary will be the nominee and she'll be the next president. >> all i thought is dear lord, if i can get my children safe, safe, then i don't care. >> just if we'll have a home to go to. we are going to live. >> all of a sudden, people hollering there's a killer, there's a killer. he came from the back of the restaurant and he was walking towards the front. as he was coming, he was slashing people and people were throwing chairs at him. >> i believe you're violating the law. >> they created state sponsored discrimination against transgender individuals who simply seek to engage in the most private of functions in a place of safety and security. >> for something like that to happen to me and the name isis to be used for me knowing what it means for muslims, it really hurt. >> there it is. what an entrance he makes.
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this whole scene intensely choreographed. >> as long as i'm still here, you beat those odds, you're winning life. >> i didn't want to have to ask the queen because i didn't want to back her into a corner. when i showed her the video, she was like let's do this. >> just thankful for this opportunity to play the game that i love and share that with the world really. i think we need to appreciate what we have right now. of course, nba playoffs will continue a couple of big events in the week ahead. eurovision. takes place tomorrow. it brought us abbas, celine ', julio iglesias and the commissioner's birthday tomorrow. >> happy birthday jack. >> thank you. >> made it. >> 25. >> and holding. > 29. >> reporter: this is abc's "world news now". informing insomniacs for two decades.
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good friday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following for you on "world news now". state troopers from massachusetts and new hampshire have been relieved of their duties following the violent arrest of a suspect use of force investigations are under way in both of those states. we've got full details straight ahead. the feds are about to search for undocumented immigrants. agents will be arresting and deporting anyone who has exhausted their asylum appeals. raids will target those who entered the u.s. in the past two years. a funeral for prince is planned for this weekend near minneapolis. there's no official announcement, but our affiliate in the twin cities says police have been asked to help with traffic control. prince died on april 21st. a cause of death still has not been determined.
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this year's edition of the invictus games for wounded warriors came to an emotional close in florida. prince harry thanked the participants for their inspiration. next year's games will be in toronto. those are some of the top stories we're following for you on this friday, may 13th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". so we begin this half hour with the latest on that violent arrest we mentioned in the headlines. the whole thing started in massachusetts but ended in new hampshire and now both states are seeing changes. >> so state troopers from each of those states have now been relieved of their duties while investigations into the incident move forward. abc's marci gonzalez with more. >> reporter: a police chase in new england ending with this. officers seen on camera repeatedly punching the suspect prompting new hampshire's attorney general to launch a criminal investigation into whether excessive force was used. >> obviously i think anyone who looks at the video is disturbed
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by it, but again, we don't jump to conclusions. we need to find out exactly what happened. >> reporter: it started in holden, massachusetts wednesday afternoon when authorities say richard simone who was wanted on assault and battery with a dangerous weapon refused to pull over. leading officers on a chase going at least 90 miles an hour at times. >> we saw about 15 out of state cops, state police and some from holden, mass chasing a pickup. >> reporter: about an hour later, simone finally stopped on a residential dead end street in new hampshire and appeared to surrender. >> they all stepped out of their cars and he surrendered and all of a sudden you saw all the cops started beating up on him and stuff. >> reporter: simone seen in court with a bruise under one eye is being held without bail. new hampshire's governor saying the video of his arrest "raises serious concerns."
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>> i assure you any wrong doing will be dealt with. >> reporter: officers from at least two departments have been relieved of duty without pay as the investigation continues. kendis and diane. >> marci, thank you. a second auction site seems to have backed out of selling the gun george zimmerman used to kill trayvon martin after social media exploded with negative comments about the sale, the gun was yanked from gunbroker.com yesterday. it was then listed on another website but that sale was put on hold last night. zimmerman had said he wanted to use some of the money to fight violence against police by black lives matter. a massive oil spill into the gulf of mexico off the louisiana coast has been contained. the coast guard estimates is nearly 90,000 gallons of oil leaked from a shell oil facility. clean-up operations are under way. authorities are trying to figure out what caused the spill in the first place. no injuries or evacuations were reported. the navy has fired the commander of the ten sailers held by iran earlier this year. that incident raised tensions between the u.s. and iran after iranian state tv showed images
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of the sailors kneeling with their hands on their heads. a navy official said commander eric rush failed to provide effective leadership. others are likely to be disciplined. and a top hezbollah leader has been killed in an apparent israeli air strike. the group's military commander died tuesday night. hezbollah has been one of bashar al assad strongest backers. during the civil war. now to the battle for the republican party. donald trump and house speaker paul ryan have come face to face of course, but they're still not seeing eye to eye just yet. ryan is not ready to endorse trump but called the meeting a positive step toward unifying the party. more from abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: he's railed against washington for months. but today, donald trump came to capitol hill waving an olive branch, not a fist. >> i was very encouraged with what i heard from donald trump today. i do believe that we are now planting the seeds to get ourselves unified. >> reporter: ryan has strongly condemned one of trump's biggest campaign promises.
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>> a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> reporter: but now, it sounds like trump is softening. just one day before meeting ryan, calling the muslim ban just a suggestion. >> it's a temporary ban. it hasn't been called for yet, nobody's done it. this is just a suggestion until we find out what's going on. >> reporter: so, is paul ryan now sold on donald trump? abc's jon karl asked him. >> are you endorsing donald trump? if you're not, what is holding you back? and do you really have a choice? >> the process of unifying the republican party, which just finished a primary about a week ago, perhaps one of the most divisive primaries in memory, takes some time. >> i think we really had a great meeting today, and i think we agree on a lot of things and it will be a little process, but it will come along. >> reporter: and ryan himself seeming to acknowledge the irony
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of it all, tweeting a picture with school children, calling this his most important meeting of the day. as for hillary clinton, she's hitting trump, saying he's playing fast and loose when it comes to the muslim ban and tweeting, he's trying to backpedal, don't let him. tom llamas, abc news, washington. to california now and a skydiving adventure in northern california ending up just not quite the way it was expected to. the plane upside down in a vineyard. aircraft experienced trouble shortly after taking off from a skydiving school north of lodi. the pilot tried to return to the airport but crashed instead. there were some scrapes and bruises, but considering the accident, it is amazing there weren't worse injuries there. and the head of the tsa faced some tough questions from lawmakers on capitol hill yesterday. the issue is those long lines at the nation's airports. there are more flyers, up to 8% more but the number of tsa officers is flat.
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the white house though blaming congress for the long lines and not funding for additional security officers. and if that wasn't bad enough in, phoenix, a tsa computer problem meant that 3,000 bags didn't get where they were supposed to yesterday. the problem has now been fixed and a spokeswoman says they are cautiously optimistic this morning's flights will go off without a hitch. breaking over night, hackers have again stolen money from what was thought to be the most secure banking system in the world. a global investigation is under way how hackers stole 81 million from bank of the new york. it's a theft that involves several countries. the money was stolen from lang bangladesh's account at the officials work on plans to bring residents back to that town. the province hopes to have a strategy in place within two weeks that would allow thousands of evacwees to return. officials are trying to make
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sure residents won't face any more danger from the fires and that utilities are up and running. pope francis is making a call for a radical change in the catholic church. he says the vatican should look at the possibility of ordaining women as deacons. the pope made the comment while taking questions from heads of women's religious orders. it would allow women to provide religious commentary during mass. so far the vatican press office is not commenting on the pope's remarks. >> hope he'll take mercy on us here. we have a bit of a musical update here. you may recall a couple weeks ago we showed you the new dance trend all the kids are calling the running man. this was our version. >> really poor version of it. >> hopefully it made you laugh a little bit. it made us laugh, too. i don't know that the ghost town deejays are laughing so much. maybe all the way to the bank maybe. >> this was the video from 1996. it was a staple on mtv.
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this song as good as it is never really had that much success as it is now. >> that's right. in '96, it peaked at number 31 on the charts. however, this year, number 14. it had more success now because of this whole trend running man than it did when it actually came out. >> so 20 years later. >> but it did face some stiff competition. >> it did? back then? >> any guesses on the number one song in 1996? >> no. it's got to be back street boys something. >> you are incorrect. >> thank you. >> you want to keep guessing? would you like to hear it? ♪ macarena >> kind of tough to do the jumping part. the macarena. can you believe that? number one song of 1996. >> who knew. >> that's right. >> it would spawn. >> my boo, nothing compared to the macarena. but now they both inspired very
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popular dances. >> very good. that's good to know. >> now we have another silly dancing video we can play. over and over again. >> embrassing. >> don't say that about jack's moves. i think he nailed that part. >> look, he knows the whole thing. he's killing it. >> bounce. >> i love this. i'm good at it. coming up, we're going to switch gears. she was caught on surveillance camera trying to fight off two attackers as they punch and drag her. now the surprise message that georgia woman has for those two attempted carjackers. and why even if the label says made in america, you may still be buying foreign. the abc news investigation straight ahead. but first let's take a look at today's temperatures. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by unitedhealthcare. ited health care. we do? i took the trash out. i know. and thank you so much for that.
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in georgia, a woman fights
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off two would be carjackers. the woman heads to her car at a gas station and is immediately confronted by two men. she struggles with them and at one point, one of the suspects points a gun at her. eventually they both run away. several people reportedly saw the attack but no one tried to stop this. the woman has a message for her attackers. i forgive them. police are still searching for those two suspects. big change is coming to pop warner youth football this fall. the kids playing in the organization's three youngest divisions will not participate in kickoffs. instead possessions will start at the 35 yard line. the idea behind the elimination of kickoffs is to reduce the number of full speed impacts during a game. if it's deemed a success, they will consider doing away with kickoffs in older divisions, as well. a new lawsuit is raising questions about safety on the lacrosse field. >> one florida teenager's family is suing another player. they say their daughter suffered a concussion after just one hit. here's abc's ryan smith. >> reporter: the parents of a
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former high school lacrosse star claim this hit caused their daughter kendall holly to suffer a traumatic brain injury leading to mental anguish and permanent scarring. now they are suing. the county and the frida state athletic association. also named in the lawsuit, ellie yenor, the former florida high school player of the year who hit kendalle with the stick during a scramble for the ball. >> we need to bring attention to this matter before another child gets something worse. >> reporter: illegal slashes are not unusual in competitive lacrosse but the holleys believe the trainer, coaches and refs should be held accountable for keeping kendalle in the game even though she had signs of a concussion. >> i went behind the bleachers and vomited and collapsed in the parking lot. >> reporter: the florida high school athletic association says they cannot comment because it's a legal matter. ellie yenor has yet to comment.
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it remains to be seen if what happened on this field could end up in the courtroom. ryan smith, abc news, new york. >> really see the play there at the end. fairly graphic, as well. >> but the thing is, i've actually played lacrosse in high school. when you're going for the ball sometimes, it's easy to just, you're focusing on the ball not necessarily looking at what's around you. there is a responsibility as a player to be aware of that, but at the same time when you're playing sports, these kind of things can happen. >> did you ever have a concussion as a result. >> not from lacrosse. i did from soccer interestingly enough. the difference people sometimes don't realize. in women's lacrosse you don't wear helmets. but the rules are different. you're not supposed to penetrate a sphere around your whole head. with guys lacrosse, they whack each other all the time. hitting each other with the sticks and you have helmets, though. >> that is also the troubling part. it's not just about football injuries we should be concerned about in getting these concussions and having long-term effects but soccer as well, as
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well as wrestling. >> lots of -- you know what no one talks about it, boxing. that's the one where it happens most frequently. the whole point is to give your opponent a concussion. it's a complicated issue and whether or not the helmets help or hurt is another topic. coming up, made in america. >> when you buy something that says made in america, how can you actually be sure? we'll talk about that next on "world news now". >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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so many americans have been making an honest effort to buy american. >> but a new abc news investigation has found that even when the label says "made in america," it's often not. abc's david muir on the story. >> reporter: so many of you at home still tweeting us the dish towels, for example, complete with the american flag down below made in china. that label for oven mitts by american mills, made in pakistan. and how about the united states sweaters, made in china? but those companies defending themselves, telling us, they clearly labeled them made overseas. director lev kubiak showed us the deliberate fake of that language learning tool, rosetta stone. it turns out, some are copying it, saying it's made here, when it's not. this looks like the rosetta stone you would order from the american company. >> right. >> and yet this one came from -- >> came from china. >> look closer. the spelling errors. 100% guaranteed, missing an "e." even the state department spelled wrong. and we've now learned it's not
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just online shoppers being duped. it's american taxpayers. government agencies trying to buy made in america supplies with your tax dollars. right down to the silverware they think has long been made in america. take a look at general services administration advantage.gov. they sell supplies to those government agencies. many with budgets mandating that they buy american when available. that's why, on the site, they have a clear "made in" category. search silverware, and you'll find made in the united states of america right next to this spoon. but how can you be sure that what taxpayers are buying is really made here? we went to find the spoons, liberty tabletop, made in new york, selling their silverware to the navy, the air force, the army. but it turns out, they're fighting mad, because they started to lose business. >> nobody could tell us why. >> because also on that website, other distributors like thompson and little, listed here as made in the usa, but when we called the manufacturer, they told our team, they make this spoon overseas.
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these knives? made in china. and this flatware set? made in china, too. back in sherrill, new york, they say this mislabelling is costing american jobs. >> there's a lot of people that are purchasing, unbeknownst to them, products that are not being made where they say they're being made. >> reporter: so we asked why are they being labeled made in america in the first place? it turns out the government doesn't really police this. it's the distributor of the products listing their own information. a&e supply, with these forks, made in china, but labeled made in the united states of america, telling us the product is no longer sold on that site and has been removed, due to the error. telling us, the listings are honest mistakes. and they're now modifying the website. those american workers in upstate new york argue those mistakes can't be fixed soon enough. >> think about this. for every $100,000 we sell, it's probably a job. that's 30, 40 more jobs we could provide in sherrill, new york. the jobs are overseas. >> david muir, abc news, new york.
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do you have a minute to speak with me? secret, stress tested for women. ♪ ♪ all right. it's time now for our favorite feature of the week "insomniac theater" previewing two movies opening this weekend. >> and this morning we'll get started with jody foster's biggest movie to date as a director. it is called "money monster." some big names in it -- george clooney playing a wall street wiz who hosts a tv show produced by julia roberts. now, a viewer posing as a delivery guy takes clooney hostage forcing him to wear a vest wired with explosives. >> there is a sniper on the catwalk at your 1:00. >> let him go. >> there is a receiver on your vest. if he shoots it out it, disables the trigger. get out of there right now. >> come on. >> got a shot? >> green or red? >> green.
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>> take the shot. >> that's a lot of money. >> many news producers would probably say can you still go live. critics are taking plenty of shots at "money monster" which is getting 62% on rotten tomatoes. maura mcdonald writes that "money monster," though, perfectly competent promises more than it delivers and colin culvert calls it only kind of good and that foster's instincts as a director outpace the abilities of her screen writing team. next let's take a romantic trip back to the 1790s. >> i remember it so well. >> based on jane austen's as "love & friendship" this movie stars kate beckon say as lady susan scandalizing society with her hand some but married lord. she also attracts the attentions of two other men while trying to fix her finances by scheming to marry off her reluctant teenage
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daughter. >> scandalous. >> lady susan vernon. >> how dare you address me, sir. >> lady susan. >> be gone, sir. i will have you whipped. >> outrageous. have you not met him? >> no, i know him well. i would never speak to a stranger like that. >> "love & friendship" is smacking it out of the park with the critics scoring a perfect 100% on rotten tomatoes. time-out's josh rothkopf writes, finally a jane austen movie that's fresh and deliciously rotten at the same time. and chris bumbra writes, it's maybe the best big screen jane austen adaption ever. >> interesting. couple different choices there at the theaters this weekend. >> i would never speak to someone i don't know that well. >> i can't believe you are talking to me like that. >> that's the news for that half hour. >> awful london ak sends. >> awful london accepts.
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this morning on "world news now," let's call it a tamer, more toned down donald trump. >> that's what republican leaders say they want from their presumptive presidential nominee after their meeting on capitol hill. meanwhile the secret service is now investigating donald trump's former butler for inciting violence against president obama. baggage backup. the troubled tsa facing heat from all directions. and not helping itself out. thousands of bags getting backlogged at one of the nation's busiest airports all because of a computer glitch? calvin klein is now under fire this morning over its new provocative ad campaign. some are straight out calling it pornography and calling for the company to pull ads entirely. and saluting our heroes. the closing ceremonies at the invictus games honoring wounded
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warriors from around the world and how their pride in representing our nation inspiring us all on this friday, the 13th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm kendis gibson. you know that movie or talking about he's just not that into you? >> yes, where is this going? are you breaking up with me? >> not quite yet. give us a couple weeks. you kind of got that sense with the republican. >> did you hear that? give us a couple of weeks. you kind of felt that sense -- >> just change the subject. try to talk about politics. i see how this is, deflection. >> deflect completely from that when you buried yourself. put your foot in your mouth. you kind of felt as a result of the meeting with paul ryan, donald trump. >> a little bit like that, yes. >> because at the end of the day, he hasn't endorsed him. >> still no endorsement. >> trump and you had the house speaker. they're inching closer to common ground.
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>> trump and ryan issued a joint statement after this high stakes meeting and pledging to work together to beat hillary clinton. trump said it was a great meeting and ryan described it as encouraging but he is still not offering an endorsement at least for now. it's your voice, your vote. the latest from the abc's karen travers. karen? >> reporter: good morning. everybody was all smiles after the meetings here on capitol hill. there were plenty of statements about cooperation and unity. but donald trump did not leave capitol hill with any new big endorsement and republican leaders went to great lengths to say this whole unity thing is going to take some time. donald trump took capitol hill by storm, his first real effort at winning over republican leaders. >> it was very good, very productive. >> reporter: a lot of talking behind closed doors but not in public for trump. idhe d sit down with fox news. >> i think for the most part, we agree on a lot of different items and we're getting there. >> reporter: but there was no endorsement from the most powerful republican here in washington, house speaker paul
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ryan. >> i do believe that we are now planting the seeds to get ourselves unified. >> reporter: but ryan says it will take time for that unity to grow. >> you don't put it together in 45 minutes. >> reporter: and in perhaps a bit of a dig at trump, ryan ran tweeting a photo of him chatting with children in the capitol and calling it his most important meeting of the day. republicans acknowledged there are deep divides after the long contentious primary season. disagreements with trump over policy and questions about his campaign style. but is he already shifting to a donald trump 2.0? in the weeks since rivals dropped out, trump has hedged his positions on tax policy, the minimum wage, even his controversial muslim ban. >> i'd like to back off as soon as possible. >> reporter: one republican is skeptical. >> that's one thing i worry that next week we'll be back to the old complete and total ban.
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>> reporter: hillary clinton tweeting a sarcastic good lucking to republicans on uniting behind trump. she says he's backpedaling on his muslim ban and voters shouldn't allow it. diane, kendis. >> thanks to karen travers on capitol hill. the secret service is investigating donald trump's former butler over online death threats against president obama. anthony senical posted a string of incendiary comments on facebook including one calling for the president to be killed. he worked as the trump's butler for nearly two decades and took a job at his mar-a-lago club and retired about five years ago. the trump campaign says they disavow his statements. new this morning, obama's administration is issuing a sweeping directive on the issue of transgender bathroom use. the justice department and department of education are sending a joint letter to all public schools in the country today directing that transgender students be allowed to use bathrooms or locker rooms which match their gender identity. the directive does not have the force of law but does carry the
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implicit threat that schools that don't comply could force lawsuits or lose federal funding. the government will be conducting raids to get undocumented immigrants out of the country. homeland security and customs agent will track down, arrest and deport anyone who has exhausted their appeals. the raids will target people hole have entered the u.s. within the past two years and under a judge's order to leave the country. the navy has fired the commander of the ten sailers who were held by iran earlier this year. that incident raised tensions between the u.s. and iran after iranian state tv showed images of the sailors kneeling with their hands on their heads. a navy official said commander eric rush failed to provide effective leadership. several sailors received reprimands after that incident. a woman claiming to have a bomb strapped to her chest forced a lockdown at andrews air force base in maryland. personnel and residents warned to avoid the area. authorities said the woman was taken into custody.
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no explosives were discovered. the base is home to air force one. no flights or missions were impacted by that bomb scare. no bomb scares at the phoenix airport but thousands of bags stranded because of a commuter malfunction. the tsa called the situation significant unprecedented and the timing couldn't have been worse. while this is all happening, tsa officials were actually on capitol hill at a hearing focused on the agency's failures. abc's david kerley has more on that. >> reporter: long lines at tsa. at newark -- >> this is a nightmare. >> reporter: denver telling passengers to arrive up to three hours early. >> i've never really been in a line that is this long. >> reporter: these long waits meaning thousands are missing flights. now airlines are asking passengers to tweet pictures under #ihatethewait. a message delivered to the head of tsa by congress. >> that's not acceptable. >> i am so livid. >> reporter: for the first time, the white house is blaming
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congress for the long lines. the reason? tighter security measures after failed tests. more flyers. but no additional funding for new officers. >> we do not have enough people currently to staff our lanes. >> reporter: but tsa was blasted for a $90,000 bonus to one of its top officials, even though the screeners he supervises failed those tests to detect banned weapons. the bonus? delivered in $10,000 increments, all before the current administrator arrived. >> looks like something's being hidden. >> i don't think it's right, and i stopped that practice. >> reporter: and here's the bad news. the busy summer travel season hasn't even started yet when a record number of passengers are expected to get in line. david kerley, abc news, reagan washington airport. some skydivers are pretty big on adventure. but one group in northern california got more than they bargained for. the plane they were in ended up landing like this, upside down in a vineyard. the plane experienced trouble north of lodi. the pilot tried to return to the airport but crashed instead.
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there were some scrapes and bruises but considering the accident, it's amazing the injuries weren't worse. >> miraculous there. a second auction site seems to have backed out of selling the gun george zimmerman used to kill trayvon martin. social media exploded with negative comments about the sale. the gun was first yanked from gunbroker.com yesterday morning. and just as auction was set to begin, it was then listed on another website, but that sale was called off last night. zimmerman had said he wanted to use some of the money to fight violence against police by black lives matter. and some roller coaster riders got quite the scare at a busch gardens in tampa. 64 people were stranded in the sky for two hours after an apparent malfunction. all the riders were safely evacuated. no injuries were reported. park officials say the ride won't open till they figure out what went wrong. you remember that solar-powered plane that's been crisscrossing the country? it has landed in oklahoma overnight.
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the latest stop on what the pilots hope will be an around the world journey. >> the aircraft touched down in tulsa after an 18-hour flight from phoenix. after oklahoma, the plane is expected to make at least one more stop in the u.s. before crossing the atlantic. >> should make it to jfk in the next couple of weeks. >> the ideal flight speed is about 28 miles per hour. they can double that during the day if the sun's rays are strong enough. the speed depends on that. >> no concourse there. >> this is not high speed. coming up, later in "the mix," the place where a piece of dust can actually crack a windshield. but first, calls to cancel the olympics as scientists learn more and more about the devastating effects of the zika virus, many athletes are now refusing to compete. the details ahead. also ahead, have you heard about this? calvin klein's racy new ad campaign sparking outrage and being called perverted for its photos. but is it working? > remember to find us on
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anyone out there afraid of clowns is not going to be helped by this story. you're looking at a dad in wales who was flipped by a clown only the stunt didn't go as planned. dad ended up landing on his head and suffered a concussion and some bruises. you can see he goes unconscious
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during the whole thing. the circus described the incident as a technical hitch. >> really? >> but we're told dad is okay. and by the way, they also refunded his ticket. >> and the poor kid who's going to be scared of clowns the rest of his life. >> a lot of people already have that fear. >> he's adding to it. >> not going to help. a russian doctor is adding more fuel to olympic doping claims against his country. he tells "the new york times" he created a three-drug cocktail to help russian athletes in sochi in 2014. last year a world anti-doping agency report accused russia of running a state sponsored program to provide its athletes with banned substances. in the meantime, russia and kenya could be booted from this year's games in rio amid those doping allegations. there's a growing concern for american athletes as well as family members heading to rio this summer. the frightening spread of the zika virus in brazil. >> there's also a disagreement among health officials here of
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how much a threat the virus really is. abc's linsey davis has this is story. >> nail that exit point. >> reporter: as these athletes prepare to represent the u.s. in rowing, a call for the summer olympics in brazil to be canceled or postponed because of zika. an article in "the harvard public health review" this week calls it "a no-brainer for the olympic organizers," that the "rio 2016 games must not proceed" to avoid "a full-blown global health disaster." but the nation's top infectious disease official disagrees. >> there is not a universal systemic threat to anyone there because zika is generally a mild disease. >> reporter: while meghan o'leary and ellen tomek say they may want to have children in the future, right now, they're focused on bringing home the gold. so, was there never a question in your mind whether you would go to rio or not? >> never a question. this is going to be just another hurdle or another obstacle to have to face, but you know, we're going. >> reporter: they plan to take the necessary precautions to avoid this. these are pictures of the
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infection on a new york man who returned from puerto rico, with bloodshot eyes and a painful rash that spread all over his body. on thursday, health officials told congress its short sightedness is making the zika problem even worse by failing to provide the necessary funding to fight it. linsey davis, abc news, princeton, new jersey. speaking of sports and some playoff action to tell you about. starting with the nba. we may have seen the end of an era in the sport. oklahoma city closed out san antonio's season last night with a blowout win. the thunder had a 24-point lead at halftime. they went on to win 113-99. okc faces the defending champion warriors next. but this morning, many are wondering whether this was the last game for that guy. 15-time all-star and future hall of famer tim duncan. he said he'll make that decision at a later point. touching moment there at the end of the game with kevin durant. in the stanley cup playoffs last night it was game seven between the nashville predators and the san jose sharks.
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this one turned into blowout city. just like the nba game. san jose scored twice in the first period and tacked on three more the rest of the way. the sharks advance to play st. louis in the nhl's western conference finals starting sunday night. tampa bay and pittsburgh begin the eastern conference finals tonight. it was a beautiful closing ceremony in florida last night as the 2016 invictus games came to an end. the inspirational four-day event ended with a star-studded concert and medals awarded by the one and only prince harry. >> but the real stars of the ceremony are the more than 450 wounded warrior participants from 14 countries. prince harry told them that he was most inspired by their courage to simply make it to the starting line. >> next year's invictus games will be held in toronto, canada. great event and great way to end it, too. >> a fantastic event. glad espn broadcasted it, too. >> that's right. coming up in our next half hour, the new development in the joan rivers medical malpractice
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lawsuit. the 81-year-old died during a routine throat procedure at a clinic. hear what her daughter melissa is now saying about a settlement. but first, fashion under fire. calvin klein known for pushing the envelope a little bit, but this time may have pushed it too far with these provocative ads. is it cutting edge advertising or just plane old porn? you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ she's got the look, she's got the look ♪ so sex in advertising is hardly a new concept. some say calvin klein's new ad campaign has gone way too far. >> some of the pictures are too racy. we can't show you the full image, of course.
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critics say it's not advertising but pornography. here's abc's linzie janis. ♪ >> reporter: it's a brand known for pushing the envelope with its sexy and salacious ads. >> i daydream in my calvins. >> i love to hang out in my calvins. >> reporter: but calvin klein coming under fire for its latest underwear campaign. array of social media ads asking users to fill in the blank. what do you do in your calvins. this photo in particular is raising eyebrows. 23-year-old model klara kristin flashing the camera with a provocative shot looking up her skirt. we've cropped it. it's captioned, i flash in my calvins, along with the #takeapeek. the ads immediately coming under fire. thousands of comments on social media, specifically blasting that up the skirt shot. saying it looks more like porn than fashion calling it disgust
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ing and unnecessary. the other ads in the series equally suggestive. others too revealing for tv. of course, the brand is no stranger to controversy, making waves in the '80s with this infamous brooke shields ad. >> you want to know what comes between me and my calvins? nothing. >> reporter: and who could forget these markey mark ads from the '90s. but now, a newer and more social media friendly generation of celebrities want in on the game. kendall jenner, justin bieber and nick jonas, some of the brand's newer faces. >> these ads are meant for people in control of their own sexuality. they're asking you, what do you do? you can see yourself within the ad because those photos look like photos that you've taken of yourself. >> reporter: we reached out to calvin klein for comment about the campaign. but they haven't responded. linzie janis, abc news, new york. coming up, the international space station gets a ding, but
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♪ time now for "the mix." you know when you're driving and suddenly a pebble comes and hits the windshield that leaves a spider web style crack? take a look at this photo. doesn't look like a huge deal. about an inch diameter. a little chip. however, this was taken by british astronaut tim peake when looking out the window of the international space station. >> that's not where you want to see that. >> you generally don't want the windows cracked at the iss. the other thing is, guess what caused that. a spec of dust. >> that's amazing. because they're going so fast in outer space. >> the dust flies so fast just a spec of dust can have that much of an impact. but they say the glass is so incredibly thick not to worry. everything is fine.
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i wonder how clean is space? >> apparently not. >> not at all on a par with my house. from something that fast to something really, really slow. look at this. this is in hungary at a zoo. the poor sloth is eating and hangening out and then that little monkey just steals its food. >> look at the slow look of outrage on the sloth's face. >> this happened several days ago. just this morning the sloth responded saying what the heck was that about? >> come back. >> polka. ♪ ♪ politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka tapes that roll in way too slow stuff you saw on koppel's show ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ it's late at night you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ so grab your "world news now" mug and everybody dance ♪ ♪ have some fun be a pal every
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this morning on "world news now," there's growing controversy over an online gun auction because it's the weapon used to fatally shoot trayvon martin. now a second online company is backtracking. and political power play. donald trump or the republicans in washington. who holds the key to the gop? after remaining tight-lipped all day, trump speaking out overnight about their summit on the hill. and new this half hour, train conductor jumps into action just in the nick of time. >> why he ran back through the cabin moments before the train slammed into a vehicle on the tracks. and since neither presidential front-runner has yet announced a running mate, jimmy kimmel is tossing his hat into the race declaring his candidacy for vice president saying he doesn't need a number one to make a number two.
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that story ahead in "the skinny" on this friday, may 13th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it's friday the 13th. >> it is friday the 13th. a little spooky. kimmel tweeting about two hours ago said i'm jimmy kimmel and i would like to be your vice president officially putting himself there in the race. >> we'll see how that goes over. >> we'll get to that a little bit later. we want to start on a serious note. want to start with the new development overnight in the george zimmerman's controversial gun sale. the auction of the pistol he used to kill trayvon martin now vanishing from a second website. >> zimmerman sparked outrage when he announced the sale of this gun. he vehemently defended his right to put it on the auction block, but so far it's not quite going as planned. abc's brandi hitt has the latest. >> reporter: it's known as a kel tec .09 millimeter pistol. but for many, it became the symbol of the grim side of
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american life in the hands of this man, in the murder case against george zimmerman, the fatally shooting trayvon martin in 2012. >> what do you recognize that to be? >> that would be the handgun, magazine and holster i removed. >> reporter: this web page call it an american firearm icon. the ad rejected by the host site minutes before it went live. more than 200,000 people browsed the page and later thursday, another website offered the gun for sale. zimmerman spoke to the orlando fox station. >> reporter: what is your reaction to the people who may not approve of this going on auction? >> they're not going to be bidding on it. i couldn't care less about them. >> reporter: zimmerman was a neighborhood watch captain who followed the 17-year-old martin one night in sanford, florida. they faced off and witnesses testified that martin attacked and beat zimmerman who then shot and killed the unarmed martin. zimmerman claimed self-defense. the jury believed him.
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>> we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. >> reporter: zimmerman says he has no qualms about selling the gun. >> what i've decided to do is not cower. i'm a free american and i can do what i'd like with my possessions. >> reporter: he writes he was honored and humbled to sell the gun calling it a piece of american history. opening bid, $5,000. brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >> the second website that offered the gun has been disconnected temporarily. later this morning, the website says it will announce whether or not it will continue with the auction. separate investigations into police use of excessive force are under way in massachusetts and new hampshire, following the violent arrest of a suspect. here is the incident. police seen beating a 50-year-old man who had led them on an hour-long chase. one state trooper from both massachusetts and new hampshire has been suspended while the incident is looked into. now, there are reports the suspect nearly rammed the police cruiser during a separate
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incident just days before the chase that ended with his arrest. turning now to the race for the white house, donald trump and the republican establishment have taken their first step in the quest for party unity. trump sat down with house speaker paul ryan and other gop leaders to discuss what they call common core principles. ryan is still refraining from endorsing trump but called the meeting encouraging. they pledged to work together to win in the fall. >> i thought it was a great meeting. we discussed a lot of things, a lot of very important things. i thought it was really a very, very good meeting. i think paul felt the same way and everybody else did also. and in a sign opposition to trump is at least fading, even senator lindsey graham softened his stance after months of slamming trump, the two men spoke on the phone. graham still won't endorse trump but promised the insults will stop. hillary clinton isn't saying much about the republicans' challenge to mend fences with
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trump. when asked for her reaction to their meeting, she just shook her head and did not respond. but her campaign released a video highlighting republicans speaking out against trump. on the question of unity it ends with the words good luck with that. bernie sanders still forging ahead campaigning in south dakota. he addressed a cheering crowd in sioux falls last night repeating his call for college tuition and blasting income inequality. he criticized walmart saying it's not paying workers a living wage. overseas now where a top hezbollah leader has been killed in an apparent israeli air strike. the group's military commander died in syria tuesday night. he is a accused of helping assassinate the prime minister of lebanon in 2005. and brazil's new acting president michel temer called for unity amid chaos there, addressing the nation after the senate voted to start impeachment proceedings against
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dilma rousseff, now suspended from office. she is vowing to fight what she calls a coup. brazil hosts the olympics in about three months. the obama administration is taking issue with the highly charged letter of bathroom use. a letter is being sebt sent to all public schools directing transgender students be allowed to use the bathroom which matches their gender identity. the directive does not have force of law but the move is expected to be criticized by conservatives. carly trent, the tennessee girl who disappeared last week is back with her family. her uncle faces kidnapping charges. authorities say two men found trent and gary simpson thursday about five miles from the virginia border in northern tennessee. one held simpson at gunpoint while the other called 911. >> a lot of hitting the bushes and digging and praying and a lot of heart ache. a lot of disappointment in this but thank god it turned out good. >> trent is being evaluated overnight in the hospital. she vanished last wednesday after police say simpson picked her up from elementary school. facebook is now fighting charges, it has a big dislike button when it comes to
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conservative views. they published a 28-page guide for its trending news features on thursday. the move came amid allegations that facebook's trending topics feature leans to the left. the company's vice president of global operations said in a post its trending topics team follows principles consistent with facebook's commitment to being a platform for people of all viewpoints. subaru is recalling more than 48,000 new vehicles in the u.s. and it's warning owners not to drive them. the recall covers new legacy and outback models that may have a serious steering issue. dealers will inspect and if necessary replace the steering column. mcdonald's testing fresh beef at 14 restaurants in dallas but says it's too early to say whether fresh beef could replace its frozen pattys nationally. the test is limited to the quarter pounder. mcdonald's has been trying various tweaks in an attempt to boost sales.
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your mail carrier will be a little busier than usual tomorrow because they will be collecting food donations as well as delivering the mail to you. it's what's called stamp out hunger food drive. to participate, they ask that you leave nonperishable food by your mailbox where it can be collected. organizers say letter carriers in more than 10,000 communities across the country will take part in that. >> that's a good idea. anyone who has played golf knows how difficult it can be. it is so difficult that the pros sometimes look like mere us. >> this morning's example, adam scott playing the 18th hole at this week's pga event in florida yesterday. his tee shot goes right into the water. >> that's close. isn't it? >> i guess. that's not what they aim for. right? >> this is worst. scott's next shot reached the cart path and didn't stop rolling until it was 60 yards past the green. when he tried to get back to the green, that shot ended up in the water, as well. >> and then scott three-putted.
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for those of us counting, that's eight. he finished his round 10 strokes off the lead. >> at least it was the first round. >> i think they need more obstacles like mini golf. so like, that report would have been like he hit the windmill and shot into the clown's mouth. >> truly that's jack's home video or is that adam scott? >> it looks like me playing mini golf. coming up, why a train conductor thought it was a good idea to leave the controls right before the train slammed into a vehicle on the tracks. now more than a year after her death, there's new development in the joan rivers' medical malpractice suit. what her daughter is now saying. but first let's look at today's forecast. >> announcer: world news weather brought to you by lysol max cover. what her daughter is now saying. but first let's look at today's forecast. >> announcer: world news weather brought to you by lysol max cover. at today's forecast. >> announcer: world news weather brought to you by lysol max cover. alright kiddos! everybody off the backpack, we made it to the ottoman. i like to watch them clean, but they'll never get me on the mattress!
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some quick thinking may have saved lives as this train conductor runs through a car telling passengers to get down. that's because the train was about to collide with a truck that was on the tracks. this whole thing happened in poland. there was believe it or not no word of any injuries. the train was going more than 60 miles per hour when it hit that truck which sustained significant damage. >> incredible video there. back here at home, the former prep school student jailed then freed, then jailed once more for sexual assault could be freed again. owen labrie is serving a 12-month sentence for attacking a female classmate in concord, new hampshire at st. paul's school. there is a chance he could be released on bail. his trial court is being asked to reconsider its decision to revoke his prior bail for a curfew violation. and a former top coal executive has reported to federal prison in california. former massey energy ceo don
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blankenship was sentenced to a year behind bars for his role in the deadliest u.s. mine explosion in four decades. his attorneys are trying to get the conviction overturned. there's a new development in the medical malpractice lawsuit involving late comedian joan rivers. >> her daughter melissa has released a statement announcing she has reached a settlement. abc's mara schiavocampo. reporter: in a statement, her daughter melissa saying i'm able to put the legal aspects of my mother's death behind me. the 81-year-old died in september, 2014, following a routine throat procedure at this new york city medical clinic. rivers went into cardiac arrest. her daughter's lawsuit claiming the comic's personal doctor performed an unauthorized biopsy during the procedure took selfies with the star while she was unconscious and also claims none of the doctors involved noticed her vital signs were
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plummeting. while melissa river's statement does not say how much the settlement is for, it's reportedly substantial. the doctors involved did not dispute the lawsuit's findings and melissa rivers says she's glad they've accepted responsibility and will now devote herself to improving outpatient care. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> thank you. >> rivers sought unspecified damages in this. she said the reason she sued was to make sure nobody has to go through something like there again. >> a spokesman everyone yorkville says our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to the rivers family. they said the parties agreed to settle this case to avoid protracted litigation process. we're going to switch gears. when we come back, jimmy kimmel kicks off his vice presidential campaign. and amal clooney's near wardrobe malfunction at cannes. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. inues after this from our abc stations. welcome to cook it safe! challenge,
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♪ skinny, so skinny ♪ skinny, so skinny time now for "the skinny" starting with breaking, breaking "skinny" news. >> it happened right here last night on abc as our very own jimmy kimmel kicked off his vice presidential campaign saying he doesn't need a number one to make a number two. >> i see what he's doing there.
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>> some of the major players at cnn are even getting in on the act. >> jimmy kimmel has confirmed he is running for vice president of the united states. he has no running mate. he claims not to be a washington insider or outsider and believes he'll make a great number two despite the fact that sources are telling us that in high school, he got a "d" in social studies. let's go over to the wall and see how he's polling. right now, all indications you are polling at 100%. >> wow. >> he's actually on the short list for trump right now. >> very scientific approval numbers for jimmy kimmel. >> kimmel says he never stopped fighting for his fellow americans unless "game of thrones" is on. he would stop until he figures out what's going on the show. we're still trying to figure it out. >> who could blame him there. turning overseas where the race for the red carpet at the cannes film festival got pretty interesting. >> take a look at amal clooney.
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looking every bit like a would "a" lister herself. for yesterday's premiere of her husband's new film "money monster." but she appeared to have a near wardrobe malfunction running into a bit of trouble with the length of that flowing gown. >> they all got together for a big group photo. she had an oops moment during the red carpet picture with the "money monster" cast. the wind kind of blew and the split opened more than she planned. director jodie foster and co-star julia roberts were there looking beautiful oozing old school hollywood glamour and vintage inspired black ballgowns but wardrobe malfunction or not, i say amal stole the show. >> she stole the show. >> jack has been paying attention and jack thinks the same, right? he's wowed. look at him. >> if i had legs that looked
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like that, i'd probably purposely try to open the slit a little bit. >> she looked beautiful. stunning. > way to go. here at home in the meantime, some awkward moments played out in hollywood yesterday between ozzy and sharon osbourne. >> so on the heels of news that they've split after 33 years of marriage, the couple had to reunite for business purposes at the hollywood palladium for a black sabbath event. >> you'll recall sharon still manages ozzy's bands but the reunion look at her face. not exactly warm. sharon literally cringed as ozzy put his arm around her, even apparently trying to pull away. >> the two are no longer living together. a source tells magazine that no divorce is being discussed. at least not yet. >> some of the conspiracy theorists behind the scenes were saying she was drinking lemonade
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on her show at cbs and perhaps that's telling. >> trying to send a signal out there. >> that she's just actually thirsty. >> very subtle. >> maybe. finally to boston and the growing enigma that is justin bieber. >> just days after social media rant about no more autographs or fan photographs, then this happened. >> that's him. the life of the party. >> dancing on the bar, downing shots and sucking on lime or as we used to call it freshman year. >> it happened at boston's storyville nightclub, among other locals, after his concert and despite his edict this week banning fans from snapping pictures of himself, he seemed right at home with party goers who posted pics and videos to social media. he snapped a few selfies himself. >> this one with the hotel bar manager. >> maybe he felt bad after saying all that stuff about fans not bothering him and he wanted to show he's still a man of the
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people. >> maybe he wanted free drinks. >> maybe that too. >> dancing on the bar usually works for that. >> there's that. s
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♪ it's been a busy week for news headlines from the rocky road on the campaign trail to a bizarre and deadly stabbing spree at a massachusetts mall. >> but there were also stories of inspiration and overcoming nearly unsurmountable odds and some down right adorable video. here is our weekly "friday rewind." >> does it have to be unified? i'm very different from anybody else perhaps that has ever run for office. i actually don't think so. >> the goal here is to unify the various wings of the party around common principles. >> the republicans themselves are raising questions about their presumptive nominee. >> we are in this campaign to win the democratic nomination!
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>> i feel confident that hillary will be the nominee and she'll be the next president. >> all i thought is dear lord, if i can get my children safe, safe, then i don't care. >> just if we'll have a home to go to. we are going to live. >> all of a sudden, people hollering there's a killer, there's a killer. he came from the back of the restaurant and he was walking towards the front. as he was coming, he was slashing people and people were throwing chairs at him. >> i believe you're violating the law. >> they created state sponsored discrimination against transgender individuals who simply seek to engage in the most private of functions in a place of safety and security. >> for something like that to happen to me and the name isis to be used for me knowing what it means for muslims, it really hurt. >> there it is. what an entrance he makes. this whole scene intensely
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choreographed. >> as long as i'm still here, you beat those odds, you're winning life. >> i didn't want to have to ask the queen because i didn't want to back her into a corner. when i showed her the video, she was like let's do this. >> just thankful for this opportunity to play the game that i love and share that with the world really. i think we need to appreciate what we have right now. of course, nba playoffs will continue a couple of big events in the week ahead. eurovision. eurovision. takes place tomorrow. it brought us abbas, celine ', julio iglesias and the commissioner's birthday tomorrow. >> happy birthday jack. >> thank you. >> made it. >> 25? >> and holding. > 29. >> reporter: this is abc's "world news now". informing insomniacs for two
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making news in america this morning, political power play. two republican leaders burying the hatchet. donald trump and paul ryan pledging to work together. overnight trump talking about their high stakes meeting for the first time. we're live. a parking lot full of bags, all of which missed their flight. the breakdown that caused this mess. thousands of bags gone as the tsa is grilled on capitol hill. a train heading toward a truck. the train's engineer being called a hero for his quick thinking. a first for doctors. the cell phone in someone's stomach. we'll tell you how it got there.

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