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>> thank you. >> here you go. >> thank you. >> step right on over. where you from? >> florida. >> well, welcome. >> thank you. >> little vacation, and i'm gonna pay for it right now. >> that would be wonderful. >> i'm gonna ask you one question. if you get it right, i'm gonna give you $1,000. >> sounds good. >> are you ready? >> yes. >> all right, here's your $1,000 question. [dramatic musical flourish] having the ability to recall the location of up to 30,000 seeds, the clark's nutcracker is which type of animal? >> okay, so birds do not eat nuts, that i know of. mouses either, nor raccoons. so i'm pretty sure that it's d, squirrel. but i'm also shaking. um... >> would you like to shakily make that your final? >> um, okay, so actually i think i'm gonna go with a, bird, because birds eat seeds
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and squirrels do not. i was thinking about the nutcracker part of the name. so i guess a, bird, please. [laughs] >> is that your final? >> sure, yes. >> "sure, yes." hopefully, fingers crossed. it's been a good vacation either way. >> either way, absolutely. >> it'll be better if i give you $1,000. that's right! way to go. >> thank you. >> nicely done. >> thank you. >> stick around. i'm giving you $1,000. congratulations to matthew. what a great run for that young man. thank you for watching. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. [applause] >> crowd: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten! [cheers and applause] >> closed captioning sponsored by: anything meant to stand needs a stable foundation. a body without proper foot support can mean pain. the dr. scholl's kiosk maps your feet and
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unless you're that motorcyclist in the left-hand side. >> tried to avoid the yellow roll, but he can't. it fell from a boat. despite how bad this looked, the people who posted the video said the rider actually only suffered minor injuries. and believe it or not, the motorcyclist was inexperienced. he'd only been riding for a couple of weeks. lucky that didn't turn out much worse. >> he learned a quick lesson. okay, and a passenger in a flight from atlanta to phoenix brought this story to our attention. it involves tim tebow. he was on a plane when an elderly man suffered a medical problem. tebow got up, comforted the man's family and prayed with them while the man was receiving treatment. the plane was diverted to dallas where tebow helped carry their bags off the plane. and from a man who puts his faith in god to another who calls himself a god, kanye west has unleashed his latest creation for the world that it appears no one is too thankful. >> a music video that appears to
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feature some of the world's most famous people in the buff and in bed together. >> what could go wrong? >> here's byron pits. ♪ >> reporter: kanye is kicking you have controversy again. the artist debuted what he's calling an art visual for "famous" 11 big names in the buff together. the figures are not confirmed to be the celebrities. they suspect the george wb bush, they suspect the george w. bush, rihanna, chris brown, ray jay, amber rose, caitlyn jenner, and bill cosby are made of wax. there were no random selection. take taylor swift. he calls her out by name in the song. ♪ referring to the infamous interruption at the 2009 vmas. >> i'm going to let you finish, but beyonce has one of the best videos of all tile.
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♪ >> reporter: this time she fires back after winning big at this year's grammys. >> there will be people along the way who will try to take credit for your accomplishments or your fame. someday when you get where you're going, you'll know it was you and the people who love you who put you there. thank you. >> reporter: kanye's latest release, "past romances," run off the table over his ex, featured in bed, along with his wife, kim's former fling, ray jay with whom she appeared in the sex tape leaked in 2007. west saying it's inspired by this paint, saying it's a "comment on fame." "girls" creator commenting, taking to facebook posting, "the famous video is one of the more disturbing artistic efforts in recent memory." we reached out to the celebrities featured.
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the few had no comment. >> all right. coming up, who got his very first kiss from jojo on the bachelorette? >> you always remember your first. and the famous comedian who got into a wild rollover crash and walked away from it. the skinny, next. "world news now" c
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♪ it's tuesday morning "skinny." you know what that means -- >> "the bachelorette." >> yes. but before we dig into last night's drama. there's a revolution. >> if you're sorry chad is gone, you're not alone. i am. justin bieber has confessed a secret indulgence is not only "the bachelorette" but also he loves chad. he says, don't judge me. >> meanwhile, there was a lot of judgment going on last night. and getting us up to speed, let's go to the senior bachelor analyst. jack sheehan. >> thanks for having me. this was the quarterfinal round. all taking place in argentina. >> you enjoyed it, i take it? >> let's roll that beautiful "bachelorette" footage. this was a one on one date with wells. wells was the last guy to kiss jo jo. they were at a weird performance art thing. they got involved in it.
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there's water all over the place. there's the kiss. there's the kiss. you're thinking it's going so well for our man, wells. it's going so well. you know what? until it didn't go well. wells didn't get the rose. >> but he got a kiss. >> thanks for playing. see you. he's as out of here as england. >> she picked up the rose. >> and she said forget about it. you want this? you're not having it. exactly. >> that was mean, jojo. >> group date. playing soccer in argentina. lionel messi was not successful. they were not as successful as you would think. they were no antoine griezmann, as you know so well from the france team. these were no ricardo from the portugal team.
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some of the guys could probably play for england. luke got the group date rose. moving rapidly forward. derek and chase, a two-man tan -- tango with jo jo playing the role as the ping-pong ball, in essence. you know it always gets down to sitting around the table. who is she going to pick? who is she going to pick? i'll cut to the chase. chase gets the rose. derek, thankfully, is gone. >> totally knew that was coming. >> drama in the rose ceremony. drama in the rose ceremony. there's our man, robbie. he's still in the competition. she gets down to there being one rose left, and two dudes that don't have it. so -- you know, last rose. is it going to be james t? is it going to be alex? time-out. jo jo calls a time-out on the
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whole thing. she consults with chris harrison. the good news? everybody gets a rose. she sort of brought an extra one in. everybody wins. yay, everybody wins. okay. >> copout. copout. >> kiss count. kiss count. >> uno? >> jo jo is getting to the stage of serial kisser. it stops at eight. eight guys left. eight teams left at the euros. i'm sorry. there are six guys left. the analyst is out of here. >> eight teams at the euro, including the french. >> bye, analyst. thank you. okay, next, frightening moments for jay leno caught on video. the former "tonight show" host was filming the latest episode of his car show in california. as a passenger when an 80-year-old stunt driver lost control. >> that did not look good at all.
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save them. here's robin roberts. >> reporter: with their chubby cheeks and playful personalities, giant pandas are one of the most beloved pandas on the planet. china is home to most of the 2,000 pandas worldwide. on my journey to shanghai, i made a pit stop at a research base of giant panda breeding to spend time with national treasures. the reserve is home to 153 unbearably cute creatures. the scientists working hard to keep this endangered species alive. how old are these panda? >> they're about one year. >> reporter: little babies. even playing some tug of war. you can't get more up close and personal than this. bamboo is the breakfast of champions. they eat from 26 to 84 pounds of it a day. they spread bamboo seeds ads a roam, playing a crucial role in sustaining the vegetation in chinese forests. what is a typical day like for them? >> sleep, eat, play with each other.
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>> reporter: emphasis on play. one minute they're sleeping in a tree. are you chilling? the next, they're on a tear. take a look at what they did to our camera crew. you should be filming this. >> they are. >> reporter: pandas are excitable creatures that vie for personal attention. i'm giving this one attention and the other one doesn't like it. i'll give you attention too. wow, human like. and like humans, they just can't resist a good old bear hug. they both have my leg. how about that? >> how cute is that? >> i want a panda. >> really? >> why not? >> they take a lot of work. >> they'd make great pets? >> they're cute. >> if only i had a bamboo forest in my apartment. >> they're kind of smelly. this is abc's "world news now", informing insomniacs for two decades. world news now
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good morning. >> we have some of the top headlines on this tuesday morning on "world news now." the u.s. markets have lost nearly a trillion dollars in value since britain's vote to exit the european union. stock futures indicate a good chance of some recovery today. democrats on a house panel that's been investigating the benghazi libya attack they hillary clinton never personally denied any requests for help. republicans on the same committee could release their findings as soon as today. missouri senator roy blunt was reportedly among several senators threatened by a virginia man on twitter. the suspect was arrested last friday. he allegedly also communicated on twitter with another user about purchasing a gun but was unsuccessful.
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and today, volkswagen will settle a plan for the emission scandal. it includes buying back vehicles and compensating owners. those are some of the top stories on this tuesday, june 28th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we begin this half hour with the continuing fallout from britain's decision to exit the european union. >> lame duck prime minister david cameron attends a previously scheduled eu summit meeting today with no clear leadership emerging back home. two financial rating agencies downgraded britain's credit and say they may do it again. >> asian markets were mixed. u.s. stock futures predict a rebound today. there's more on the economic consequences. >> reporter: the biggest two-day sell-off since last summer hammered wall street. stocks have tumbled nearly 5.5%. the dow down 871 points. the typical retirement account
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erasing almost $5,000 in value with the british pound cratering to a 31-year low against the dollar. >> reporter: what's the concern at this point? >> this is a major, major level of uncertainty worldwide, economically. >> reporter: in the u.k., tensions running high. listen to this voter taking on politicians. >> after decades of ignoring the working class, how does it feel to be punched in the nose? >> reporter: that stinging feeling has nearly 4 million signing a petition for a revote. prime minister david cameron responding, the brexit will stand. >> the decision must be accepted and the process of implementing the decision in the best possible way must begin. >> reporter: questions over exactly what that path will be has investors everywhere on edge. >> investors don't feel confident right now on how the landscape is going to look moving forward. >> reporter: the ratings agencies also downgrading the
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united kingdom which means it will be more expensive for that country to borrow, more difficult for them to take on new loans. traders fearing the ripple effect could be great. the longer the uncertainty lasts, the more pressure it puts on u.s. companies and jobs and u.s. stocks. rebecca jarvis, new york. abortion rights advocates say a landmark supreme court ruling in their favorite does not mean women in texas will see new abortion clinics opening soon. they were cheering outside the court yesterday after the justices struck down a texas law which required abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals and demanded clinic meet surgical clinic standards. the 5-3 majority ruling said the restrictions placed an undue burden on abortion access. donald trump's campaign is denying reports that he is backing away from his proposal to ban muslims from entering the united states.
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trump is now saying he wants to focus on immigrants from countries with a record of terrorism. but his campaign insists his proposal has not changed. they say trump is refining and clarifying his position. trump was the main target at a hillary clinton rally in cincinnati. for the first time, clinton had senator elizabeth warren at her side, a potential running mate, launching one attack after another. we get more from abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: it looked like a v.p. audition. >> i'm here today because i'm with her. yes, her. >> reporter: elizabeth warren and hillary clinton came out swinging in their first campaign stop together. >> when donald trump says he'll make america great, he means make it greater for rich guys just like donald trump. >> i do just love to see how she gets under donald trump's thin skin. >> reporter: abc news learned the massachusetts senator is
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among the names being vetted as a possible running mate. many excited by the prospect. you would vote for their ticket? but clinton, not going there. >> reporter: how are you feeling act about liz beth warren as a v.p. running mate? >> it was a great event. >> reporter: the new poll showing 64 percent of voters saying trump is unqualified to be president, and people think he's biased against muslims, women, and majorities. trump calling warren a sellout, and again mocking her for claiming she's of native american descent. >> did you ever hear of pocahontas? pocahontas! pocahontas! >> reporter: tweeting she lied on heritage. former senator scott brown going even further -- >> she can take a dna test. >> reporter: and clinton in a
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rare moment of campaign trail self-reflection acknowledging that many voters just don't trust her. >> i don't like hearing that. and i've thought a lot about what's behind it. i've made mistakes. i don't know anyone who hasn't. so i understand people having questions. >> reporter: that crowd for clinton and warren one of the most enthusiastic i have seen covering this campaign. even some hillary clinton supporters told my they don't think the country is ready to see two women on a ticket. the clinton campaign sees a huge asset in warren, especially when it comes to attacking donald trump. cecilia vega, abc news, cincinnati. a strong earthquake struck southern mexico shaking buildings and sending people running outdoors yesterday afternoon. the 5.7 magnitude quake was felt as far away as mexico city, 225 miles from the epicenter. and was felt in five mexican states. no significant injuries or damage reported. three people arrested in baltimore after a vigil for a
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murdered rapper. the police commissioner said the event was peaceful until a few people threw bricks and bottles at officers. there were no injuries. the rapper was gunned down last weekend. police say he was targeted but no one has been arrested for the crime. a pennsylvania police officer is recovering after being shot seven times. christopher dorman was released from the hospital after being severely wounded. dozens of law enforcement officers turned out to show their support. he later spoke at a local fire house. >> i'd like to thank everybody for being there for me and my family. my fellow brothers who have lived through this, and everybody supporting me means a lot. i appreciate it. >> he was likely saved by his bulletproof vest. a suspect has been charged in the case. ikea is recalling millions of dressers that could tip over. the company instituted a repair program last summer. the recall was triggered by the death of another child. in all, six children have now died. the retailer is offering a
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refund or repair kit. the recall involves 29 million units. some were sold more than a decade ago. the star of "dance moms," abbie lee miller, admit that she smuggled thousands of dollars into the u.s. to avoid paying taxes. she admitted she concealed more than $750,000 in earnings when she declared bankruptcy. turning our focus to sports and baseball fans will remember this name. kris bryant. cubs third baseman belted three home runs and two doubles last night. the first major leaguer to do that in the modern era. >> his six rbis were a big part of chicago's 11-8 win over cincinnati, of course. bryant disappointed that thousands of cub fans because he wouldn't come out for a curtain call. he said he didn't want to show up the reds. >> it was their stadium.
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understandable. >> the best story from the opening day of this year's wimbledon tournament involves a player ranked 772 in the world. he is marcus willis. >> he was facing the 54th ranked player. he won a straight set to victory. his win was followed by enthusiastic scenes with the stands. >> getting to the second round guarantees him at least $65,000 in winnings. his other reward? a match against roger federer. the owner of 17 grand slam titles. >> one reason for britain to celebrate this morning. >> right. >> there could have been the third brexit. >> they had to win something. >> coming up, swimming with sharks. it's nothing anyone would choose to do willingly, or would they? why two men who have lost limbs to those creatures are going back in the water.
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and the birthday present a judge in los angeles has given to all of us. why we can sing happy birthday, anywhere any time without paying a licensing fee. i always worried about that. >> i always worry about the 110 degree temperatures in phoenix. "world news now" weather brought to you by no no hair removal. now weather, brought to you by no no hair removal.
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>> now now that waters have receded in west virginia, the devastation from the flooding is evident. thousands of homes damaged and destroyed. still no water or electricity in many hard-hit areas leaving hundred living in shelters. the governor concedes the state was caught offguard by how much rain fell in such a short period of time. devastation on the other end
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of the country. central california. residents are returning to their fire ravaged neighborhoods. at least 200 homes were destroyed in the southern sierra-nevada. a bodies of an elderly couple were found friday. their names have not been released. and we have new details in a home invasion of "top gun" star kelly magill is. >> she found herself face to face with a stalker inside her home forcing her to fight to break free. the speed, it's too fast. it's a little bit too aggressive. >> reporter: she's the actress best known for wooing tom cruise in the movie "top gun." >> you're a stud. >> reporter:clea kelly magillis is recovering from a real-life drama. >> help me! >> reporter: that's her calling 9-1-1 while fighting off an alleged attacker inside her own home. >> what's going on there, ma'am? >> reporter: i have somebody in my house. she says she found a 38-year-old hiding in her home a few days ago. she says the woman started
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scratching and hitting her, accusing the actress of stalking her on twitter. >> we fought for a while, and i was screaming at the top of my lungs. i'm like what have i done to deserve this? what have i done? >> reporter: what's more, she says dorn wasn't alone. she brought her young daughter to the star's home. >> the thing that i feel really, really angry and sad about is the fact that she had a 6-year-old girl with her who had to be a part of all of that. it's horrible. i can't even think. i can't even wrap my mind around that. >> reporter: the 58-year-old finally breaking free and escaping from the home and flagging down a nearby driver. >> a woman pulled me over. she said someone broke into her house. >> reporter: the actress left scratched and bruised and traumatized. her alleged attacker is out on a
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$60,000 bond. >> i've never seen her. i'm not really a celebrity. i live a quiet, low-key life in a log cabin in north carolina. >> reporter: abc news, new york. >> her alleged attacker has not responded to our request for comment. coming up, swimming with sharks. why are two men who lost limbs to the powerful creatures jumping back into the water? >> because they're crazy? >> you're watching "world news now." creatures jumping back into the water? >> because they're crazy? "world news now"
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>> who knew the hudsonad ♪ who knew the hudson had sharks?
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it's been 41 years since "jaws" was in theaters instilling a primal fear for many beach goers. >> now, the movie demonized the shark. that may have been enough to scare some of us out of the water, but not enough to keep us from watching them on tv. we're up all "nightline" with abc's david wright. >> reporter: shark week kicked off sunday night on discovery when shark attacks are on the rise worldwide. 98 attacks last year. a record number. more than half of them here in the u.s. already this year 32 attacks reported around the globe. paul and hunter can attest to the danger. a bull shark attacked hunter a year ago biting off his left arm. >> reporter: having gone through that, the discovery channel calls you and says how about getting a shark cage? >> yeah. >> reporter: what did you think? >> i was a bit nervous at first, but like i said, you don't pass that kind of opportunity up because you're afraid of something.
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>> we have clear water now. let's get started. >> reporter: joining him in the shark cage to test if magnets reflect sharks is a navy diver to lost an arm and leg to a bull shark in 2009. >> three sharks. three sharks. >> here comes another one. >> wow. that is incredible. >> reporter: both men now night to protect the very creature that tried to eat them. are you believers now? >> yeah. you've got us. >> reporter: hollywood may overstate the threat a bit. the fear factor what people have loved since "jaws." we set off from cape cod looking for great whites. >> hold on tight, guys. >> reporter: moments later on our boat, we got our first real glimpse at a great white. >> a shark, you can see it.
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>> reporter: the spotter plane circles above where we're headed. a splash in the water over here. there's the shark eating the seal. right about now, i know just how chief brody felt in "jaws." >> we're going to need a bigger boat. >> reporter: i've never seen a fish so big. that is astonishing. a gopro gives us a closeup view of the shark. he's a 12 footer, 1500 pounds. >> we're fingerprinting it. oh, oh. wow. yeah. let's get the tagging poll. >> reporter: just as he's getting ready to tag it, the shark dives. slipping away into the deep. >> starting to come up. hold on. >> reporter: i see him now. >> i'm ready. >> tag. tag. tag. >> we got him. [ laughter ] >> reporter: and thanks to that acoustic tag, they'll be able to keep close tabs on him from now on. david wright, abc news, cape
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♪ oh, okay. >> it may seem like a joke, but anyone singing "happy birthday" in public or on the air technically had to pay a licensing fee. >> but a federal judge in california changed all of that. we have the story from los angeles.
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♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: it's sung as a celebration song. ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: but today you can sing it celebrate not having to pay to sing it. ♪ happy birthday dear peter >> reporter: even if you don't sing well, it now is free for all to sing. >> this is a historic and important moment to show we can fight back and win. it's exciting. >> reporter: the music publisher warner chapel music agreed to end the claim of ownership and refund 14 million to end the long running dispute over royalty rights. >> the judge decided and declared the song in the public domain. that's a victory for artists and the public around the world. number two, he approved the defendants agreement to forego ever claiming to own the song again. >> reporter: the music publishers reportedly collected $2 million annually for the
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tune. >> it's ridiculous. >> reporter: but that won't be the case any longer, so sing away. it's a happy day for "happy birthday." ♪ happy birthday to you i love hearing the legalese about the birthday song. the portuguese have three verses to the "birthday" song. it goes on quite a while. >> i can imagine. today celebrity birthdays. >> john cusack. kathy bates. john elway. mel brooks turns 90. so to all of them -- ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ happy birthday to you day to you ♪ birthday to you ♪
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this morning, inside the flooded disaster zone. >> thousands forced from their homes and businesses in west virginia. the heavy downpours stopped. as the waters recede, we get a closer look at the devastation. is it a change of tone for donald trump? reports saying he's thinking about adjusting his stance about muslims entering the country. and hillary clinton enlists the help from elizabeth warren, going after trump as kpin staff looks for a running mate. some scary moments in the nation's capital. the images captured by commuters on social media. emergency workers look for the source of the smoke. and it's the u.k.'s second brexit. england knocked out of the major soccer championship by iceland.
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their cinderella story shocking the world as the announcer loses his mind during the call. a translation ahead on this tuesday, june 28th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> if you need a translation for that one? >> i think it's clear. >> you had poland. i had the french. someone else in this room had the brits. >> i had poland? did you just make me polish? >> portugal. somebody else here had the brits. who was that? how did that work out for you? how did that go? >> didn't go well. >> not at all. >> jack likes to talk back when our teams lose. >> favorite in two years? >> hold out hope. >> poland, portugal, same -- >> oh, oh. >> oh, no. the earrings are coming off.
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sorry. >> poland and iceland now. >> exactly. iceland for the win. >> all right. we begin this morning in west virginia where the state's worst flooding in more than a century is finally receding and the extent of the damage is becoming clear. >> thousands of homes lost and thousands more need rehab before families can return to them. in one town the mayor says 99% of the businesses are gone along with 60% of the homes, and now there are some armed patrols after reports of looting. abc is in the disaster zone. >> reporter: more heavy rain putting already devastated communities in west virginia on edge. the fear that scenes like these could return. this as residents still try to come to grips with the scope of the devastation. thousands of homes now uninhabitable. >> these are people's lives back here that have been ruined within a day.
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>> reporter: dozens of roads impassable. >> some areas roads completely washed out. bridges washed out. >> reporter: others with debris. these national guards troops from rhode island helping clean up. volunteers helping restore the church pews. amid the destruction, tales of heroism like michael mitchum. he commandeered a boat. >> we went house to house. went down this way and grabbed people out of here. all this was under water. every bit of it. >> reporter: two missing campers believed to have washed away, found alive. this house was pushed off the foundation and was sitting in the middle of the road. they have bulldozed part of it away so traffic can once again get through. but everyone here keeping their eye on the sky, hopeful that this rain doesn't mean more flooding. turning to politics. is donald trump walking back his controversial call banning
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muslims from entering the united states? he said it would be against people coming from countries with terrorism. they say trump is adding specifics to clarify his position. you might remember he described the proposal as "a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the u.s." in a speech following the orlando shooting, he called for temporary bans from a country with terrorism history. and trump is taking hits from a powerful alliance. double teamed by hillary clinton and elizabeth warren. the women campaigned together for the first time taking the stage in cincinnati and taking turns slamming trump. a source tells abc news warren is among several candidates being vetted as a vice presidential pick. she's a champion of the liberal base. she called trump an insecure money grubber. >> that's who donald trump is, the guy who wants it all for
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himself, and watch out, because he will crush you into the dirt to get whatever he wants. that's who he is. >> trump shot back accusing warren of lying about her native american heritage. in his harshest attack yet, he called her a racist and fraud. another batch of clinton clinton's e-mails released under court order by a conservative watchdog group. the additional 165 pages of emails is from her tenure as secretary of state. they include nearly three dozen messages that went through her private server that she had failed to hand over last year. one e-mail to the top aide specifically mentions her concern about recordkeeping. clinton has insisted she's provided all potentially work-related e-mails. house republicans who have been investigation the benghazi,
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libya, attack for two years could release their findings today. a move to preempt the release, democrats have published their findings. the democrats' report says that then-secretary of state hillary clinton never personally denied requests from diplomats to investigate the attack in 2012. the u.s. military says it could not have done anything differently to save the lives of the four americans killed in the attack. there are more economic repercussions to the brexit vote. u.s. markets lost nearly a trillion dollars. there could be a slight turnaround today. the british pound keeps falling, and two credit ratings services downgraded the united kingdom and both say further cuts are possible. and top financeer bill gross says brexit increases the odds of a u.s. recession. one brit facing a pay increase is the queen. she receives 15% of the crown's
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estate's profits. that means an extra 6.5% to 45.6 million pounds a year. so get this -- even with the falling value of the pound, that's nearly $61 million a year. by contrast, the president of the united states makes just about $400,000 a year. abortion rights advocates say a supreme court ruling in their favor doesn't mean women in texas will see new clinics opening any time soon. in fact, they warn it could take years to see more open. abc has more on yesterday's ruling. [ cheers ] >> reporter: at the supreme court, cheering crowds as people race out. carrying out the most sequential abortion decision in a generation. victory chants from abortion rights advocates. they've been fighting state laws. >> today's supreme court decision is a game changer. in the unrelenting assault on women's health and rights.
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>> reporter: the texas law at issue in this case required abortion providers have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals and that clinics meet surgical center standards. justice kennedy, the swing vote joining in a 5-3 decision. they ruled restrictions placed an an due -- an undue burden on abortion access without the finances sufficient to have the burdens. the supporters calling it disappointing and dangerous. >> this means every time a woman walks into an abortion facility, she'll wonder am i coming out alive. >> reporter: and the decision could have a bigger reach than texas. about two dozen states have similar laws. >> i think there will be many challenges to existing abortion regulations in light of this opinion. >> reporter: justice clarence thomas concerned it undermines the authority of state legislatures. back to you. >> thanks. emotions ran high as the stonewall inn was dedicated as the first national monument to gay rights.
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the neighborhood around the bar was a scene of protests in 1969 when gays fought back against police. many who lived through that struggle said they never imagined the location would receive such an honor. and you may recall this from last year. former presidential candidate mike huckabee marking kim davis' a release from jail. ♪ the song you can hear it there. "eye of the tiger" blasting in the background. davis was jailed for refusing to give major licenses to same sex couples. the band sued huckabee for using the song and huckabee is now paying $25,000 to settle the suit. the payment came to light because it was listed as a campaign expense on federal campaign records. if you're looking to get in touch with anyone in iceland. they're probably a little busy celebrating. >> they are. all because of their national soccer team's historic victory over england at the euro
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championships. the men in blue fell behind early yesterday. but replied with two quick goals. >> england had no response. the party was on for iceland. this of the scene in reykjavik when the final whistle blew. [ cheers ] that's a crowd of 15,000 people just going wild. no other way to describe it. they can get together again on sunday when iceland faces france in the quarterfinals. ooh. you ready for that? >> listen to this. [ yelling ] >> nobody was more excited than the announcer from iceland. his reaction, losing his mind right there, and his voice. >> i'm worried about that guy. here's a little translation for you.
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he says, you can leave europe. you can go wherever the h-e double hockey sticks you want. >> even in the victory, talking trash. >> talking trash. >> my husband is british. it's not a good day in our house today. coming up, a street musician gets a surprise of a lifetime. first, new details in the so-called slenderman case. the mother of one of the young defendants is speaking out saying why she thinks her daughter should not be tried as an adult. and an incredible gift for one little girl, a "frozen" fan, getting a prosthetic arm. wait until you see what she does with it first. also, check out our behind-the-scenes pics on instagram. you're watching "world news now."
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service in washington d.c.'s metro subway system should be back to normal this morning after a track fire broke out last night downtown. it happened during the height of the evening rush hour. investigators blamed debris burning on the tracks. at least one person was hospitalized for smoke inhalation. the metro is undergoing a major maintenance blitz after years of neglect. two teenage girls facing up to 65 years in prison after
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trying to kill a classmate to appease a fictional character in the slenderman case. >> one mother is arguing her daughter should not be tried as an adult. here's linds a -- lindsey davis. >> she was always such a gentle and kind person. >> reporter: she's speaking out for the first time since her daughter was charged with intentional attempted homicide for allegedly stabbing her friend 19 times all to impress slenderman. a fictional internet character. >> is there any bleeding going on? >> her clothing has blood on it. >> reporter: the girls were 12 when prosecutors say they lured their friend, a 12-year-old, into the woods in may of 2014, stabbing her with a kitchen knife and leaving her to die. peyton survived. and now the girls are both being charged as adults. the teens are appealing that ruling which could send them to prison for up to 65 years.
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guiser is now fighting to get her daughter's case in juvenile court where her maximum sentence would be three years in prison. >> you can't hold someone responsible for the rest of their life for something they did at 12. >> reporter: while morgan was in the hospital, she was diagnosed with early stages of schizophrenia. a condition her father suffers from. >> i don't think there were any glaring, obvious clues that she was ill. >> reporter: earlier this month. morgan was moved from a juvenile detention center to a state mental hospital where she's undergoing treatment, something her mother says has helped. >> with this lucidity that she has developed comes an awareness of the gravity of her situation. she misses home. she misses her family. >> reporter: wire remains on $500,000 bail. if try as juveniles, there's a
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likelihood both would be released with little to no supervision and their records expunged. their premeditated attack was intent on killing our daughter. they fully support the efforts of the district attorney in this case. coming up in the next half hour, kanye west drops the bombshell. the self-proclaimed genius landed himself in the middle of another major league controversy. this time a music video featuring what appears to be some of the most famous people in the world naked and in bed together. first, a special gift for a 9-year-old fan of "frozen," and how her favorite movie is serving as an inspiration for us all. you're watching "world news now." frozen, and she's serving as an inspiration for us all. you're watching "world news now."
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♪ for the first time in forever there will be magic there'll be fun ♪ ♪ for the first time in forever ♪ is that the calvin harris remix of that? >> you love this song. they play it in the club all the time. >> they do. >> as anna and elsa sang in frozen, there's a first time for everything. >> in upstate new york, one of the biggest fans is enjoying a first. it's changed her life forever. here's abc's david wright. >> reporter: like so many 9-year-old girls, carissa mitchel is a big fan of the disney movie "frozen". ♪ let it go let it go ♪ >> reporter: she now has a "frozen" souvenir like no other. an ice blue prosthetic arm. fashioned by engineering students in upstate new york using 3d printing. carissa was born without a right arm, so a lab created one for her
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complete with a hand that can squeeze. >> awesome. >> reporter: and she got it free of charge. >> the smile on her face is amazing. >> reporter: prosthetic limbs can cost tens of thousands of dollars. for kids, it's a temporary fix. their young bodies still growing. 3d printers lower the cost to $30 or $50. changing lives, like alex pring who is learning to ride a bike. >> it's an amazing feeling to be able to help someone and know that you can help them do things they wouldn't normally be able to do. >> reporter: the very first thing carrissa did, gave olaf a nice, warm hug. abc news, new york. >> very cool. she's part of a group called enabling the future. it's a worldwide network of people who volunteer to do 3d printing for people and give a helping hand. >> amazing to see how it's come along in just the last five
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years. >> in such a short period of time. coming up, you won't believe who was singing on a street corner in montreal. won't believe who was singing on a street corner in montreal. before i even got to class. finally, i discovered new tide odor defense. it eliminates the yoga aroma. so i can breathe easy hummmmm. don't just mask odors. eliminate them with new tide odor defense. if it's gotta be clean, it's gotta be tide. ialmost everything. you know, ke 1 i n 10 houses could get hit by an expensive septic disaster. but for only $7 a month,
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sort of like a musical mix at least to kick things off. these street performers are all over the place. there was a street performer. a dude walks up to him and says wow, i love your voice. the dude lock looks around and he's like, i really love your voice, and a viral moment was born. ♪ don't be afraid ♪ no, i won't shed a tear ♪ just as long as you stand stand by me ♪ >> i think that street performer has a future.
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that guy might have a future. >> that guy sounds a little familiar. >> he does, just a little. seal was in montreal over the weekend for a concert. he was walking around near the basilica and sees this guy and says do you mind if i join you? >> do you think the guy was pumped to have seal sing with him or worried that seal was stealing his spotlight? get out of here, seal, this is my corner. >> they went out for ten minutes, and after ten minutes, he's like i have to sit down. this is too much. i can't do it anymore. all right, from a beautiful moment to a creepy one. do you remember the big art installation. it looked like a giant centipede. from one creepy structure to another one. he just designed this lovely concept. >> why? >> he says it's a kinetic structure, and it's going to be featured in a theme show called
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"after dark byo beast." >> i see where you're going there, theo. >> i think what it looks like if tim burton designed a bicycle. i love tim burton. >> it does look like a creepy character in a tim burton movie. >> just ride a bike. >> why not just do the wheel thing? it's been invented for a couple years now. >> maybe we're in the sophisticated enough. >> i guess. from that to you know when you have a bunch of kids in a pool with a hose. there's always one kid that wins. exactly. same thing here when it comes to these little jack russell terriers. one gets the hose and everybody is like oh. he comes back, gets the hose again. >> i'm having so much fun. >> cuteness overload. >> they try to catch the water. they don't realize it will run past them. >> not quite geniuses. but it's cute. the water. they don't realize it will run
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this morning on world news now. a potential policy shift for donald trump. mixed reports over his ban of immigrants and his response to hillary clinton and elizabeth warn's attacks on the campaign trail. >> hundreds of homes reduced to ash as residents try to return. wildfires popping up across the west as the smallest fires grow out of control at any moment. and new, a giant rescue submission underway along the coastline. a blue whale got entangled in fishing gear in california. and there's a race this morning to try to help free that massive creature. and who needed rescuing from last night's episode of "the bachelorette"? one guy gets his first kiss and
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two get the kissoff. and why justin bieber has been paying close attention. that's all ahead in the skinny. it is tuesday, june 28th. >> from abc news this is "world news now." is the biebs going to throw his hat in the ring for jo jo? >> is he wishing for a rose? >> maybe. it's going to be a surprise. >> i don't know. you're also competing against justin bieber. >> take that quarter back, boy. we'll get to the skinny and the details in a moment. we'll begin with an apparent shift from donald trump seeming to soften his stance on a signature proposal, that controversial ban on muslims. >> he says the ban would focus on immigrants from countries with a record of terrorism. his campaign denies this is a rollback of his original policy. they say trump is adding specifics to clarify his position.
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>> and as trump pivots to the general election, he's shoring up his campaign staff. he's hired a top campaign consultant who worked on ted cruz's campaign. meanwhile, hillary clinton and elizabeth warren are teaming up. warren, who could emerge as the running mate, unleashed on trump. trump wasted no time firing right back. more now from kenneth moton. resign the 2016 veep-stakes is in full swing. >> i'm here today because i'm with her. yes, her. >> reporter: the massachusetts senator on hillary clinton's v.p. short list, elizabeth warren, appeared to be auditioning in ohio. their first campaign stop together, and donald trump was the clear target. >> when donald trump says he'll make great, he means greater for rich guys just like donald trump. >> i do just love to see how she gets under donald trump's thin skin.
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[ laughter ] >> reporter: trump fired back calling warren a sellout and mocked her claims that she's of native american descent. >> did you ever hear of pocahontas? pocahontas. pocahontas! >> reporter: trump tweeted she lied on heritage. the attacks may be causing a trump slump. a new abc poll shows clinton has a double digit lead. 64% of voters say trump is unqualified to be president, and an overwhelming majority think he's biased against muslims women and minorities. trump called the poll dirty and a disgrace. there was a rare moment of reflection acknowledging many voters don't trust clinton. >> i don't like hearing it. and i've thought a lot about what's behind it. i've made mistakes. i don't know anyone who hasn't. i understand people having questions. >> reporter: clinton is on the trail today with campaign stops in denver and l.a. trump will be in pennsylvania to deliver an economic policy speech.
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diane and kendis? >> kenneth, thank you. a virginia man is in custody for threatening several senators on twitter. one was reportedly roy blunt, a republican from missouri. the suspect, tyler george schmitz, was arrested friday. he allegedly communicated on twitter with another user about purchasing a gun, but was unsuccessful. >> this morning a grim assessment of damage as west virginia recovers from flooding. thousands of homes and businesses are damaged or destroyed, and at least 23 people have been killed. hundreds of residents are living in emergency shelters across the state. there's no running water or electricity in many hard-hit areas. there is a bit of good news. two campers who were missing and presumed dead were found alive. hundreds of volunteers are providing hot meals and clothing. members of a football team pitched in collect supplies. there's a woman who wanted to help, expressing the frustration of many.
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>> you want to do something, but it's sad because you can't do anything. there's justice nothing you can do except tell people where there's help. >> charity officials say they need bottled water, cleaning supplies, and cash. there was heartbreak in central california as well as residents returned to their fire ravaged neighborhood to find they had nothing left. the fire in kern county is largely contained. the recovery is just beginning. >> reporter: at least 250 structures have been destroyed in the fire. you can see one behind me. because progress is being made on the fire lines slowly, some people are allowed back in their homes. for the residents in this area, it's still too dangerous. we spoke with one person who saw the devastation for the first time. so many of your neighbors lost their homes. how did that make you feel? >> sad. especially when there was lives lost.
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>> reporter: yeah. >> and there were. i know two. >> reporter: yeah. >> a couple old people down on mccray. they didn't get out of their house. >> reporter: abc news, squirrel valley, california. a meeting today could be the most awkward european union summit ever. british prime minister david cameron is set to meet with other european leaders in brussels for a scheduled eu summit. credit rating agencies downgraded britain and the pound is plunging, and the world's financial markets have lost more than $3 trillion in value. the price tag for settling volkswagen's emissions scandal is growing to nearly $15 million. vw will file the settlement plan today. drivers with one of the autos they could get as much as $10,000 apiece. there are fines and investments in clean emissions technology. another consumer alert, ikea is
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recalling 29 million dressers and chests. it's prone to tip over if not anchored to a wall. six children have died, one since ikea offered a fix a year ago. ikea is offering a refund or a wall anchor kit and will even install the kit upon request. rescue efforts will resume in the morning off the southern california coast for a blue whale about 70-feet long. it was entangled in hundreds of feet of fishing line. probably crab trap lines or shrimp gear. there's still some of the line around a flipper. rescuers have tied a tracking buoy to the whale to find it. so those of you who have cats would probably admit they do their own thing. they follow their own agenda. case in point, cats in florida. >> they live at a humane society. one of them turned on a faucet last week when no one was around, and the water kept running and running and running. 17 hours later. >> 17 hours later the place was flooded.
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walls were soaked. cabinets were ruined. also, the cat, it was a little self-sabotage. the kitty litter and the food was also soaked. now the shelter is seek iing donations to help restore the place, but the cat may have been out of food, the shelter now has major repairs to deal with. >> they have to come up with at least $5,000 to repair the damage. >> and some of the cats have to be moved because of the flooding. they have been able to find foster families for a lot of them, but they say more foster families are needed. >> when you think your cat is troublesome, there are those in pompano beach. >> at least it's not flooding the house. in which case, sorry. maybe you should have gotten a dog. >> ouch. coming up, the fresh hot water that kanye west has gotten himself into. why the video for "famous" is
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turning both the heads and the stomachs of some famous people. and speaking of famous, there's at least one a-list celebrity who's revealed his secret indulgence for watching "the bachelorette." >> first, here's a look at today's forecast map.
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it's a beautiful day for a ride. unless you're that motorcyclist in the left-hand side. >> tried to avoid the yellow roll, but he can't. it fell from a boat. despite how bad this looked, the people who posted the video said the rider actually only suffered minor injuries. and believe it or not, the motorcyclist was inexperienced. he'd only been riding for a couple of weeks. lucky that didn't turn out much worse. >> he learned a quick lesson. okay, and a passenger in a flight from atlanta to phoenix brought this story to our attention. it involves tim tebow. he was on a plane when an elderly man suffered a medical problem. tebow got up, comforted the man's family and prayed with them while the man was receiving treatment. the plane was diverted to dallas where tebow helped carry their bags off the plane. and from a man who puts his faith in god to another who calls himself a god, kanye west has unleashed his latest creation for the world that it appears no one is too thankful. >> a music video that appears to
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feature some of the world's most famous people in the buff and in bed together. >> what could go wrong? >> here's byron pits. ♪ >> reporter: kanye is kicking you have controversy again. the artist debuted what he's calling an art visual for "famous" 11 big names in the buff together. the figures are not confirmed to be the celebrities. they suspect the george wb bush, they suspect the george w. bush, rihanna, chris brown, ray jay, amber rose, caitlyn jenner, and bill cosby are made of wax. there were no random selection. take taylor swift. he calls her out by name in the song. ♪ referring to the infamous interruption at the 2009 vmas. >> i'm going to let you finish, but beyonce has one of the best videos of all tile.
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♪ >> reporter: this time she fires back after winning big at this year's grammys. >> there will be people along the way who will try to take credit for your accomplishments or your fame. someday when you get where you're going, you'll know it was you and the people who love you who put you there. thank you. >> reporter: kanye's latest release, "past romances," run off the table over his ex, featured in bed, along with his wife, kim's former fling, ray jay with whom she appeared in the sex tape leaked in 2007. west saying it's inspired by this paint, saying it's a "comment on fame." "girls" creator commenting, taking to facebook posting, "the famous video is one of the more disturbing artistic efforts in recent memory." we reached out to the celebrities featured.
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the few had no comment. >> all right. coming up, who got his very first kiss from jojo on the bachelorette? >> you always remember your first. and the famous comedian who got into a wild rollover crash and walked away from it. the skinny, next. "world n
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♪ it's tuesday morning "skinny." you know what that means -- >> "the bachelorette." >> yes. but before we dig into last night's drama. there's a revolution. >> if you're sorry chad is gone, you're not alone. i am. justin bieber has confessed a secret indulgence is not only "the bachelorette" but also he loves chad. he says, don't judge me. >> meanwhile, there was a lot of judgment going on last night. and getting us up to speed, let's go to the senior bachelor analyst. jack sheehan. >> thanks for having me. this was the quarterfinal round. all taking place in argentina. >> you enjoyed it, i take it? >> let's roll that beautiful "bachelorette" footage. this was a one on one date with wells. wells was the last guy to kiss jo jo. they were at a weird performance art thing. they got involved in it.
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there's water all over the place. there's the kiss. there's the kiss. you're thinking it's going so well for our man, wells. it's going so well. you know what? until it didn't go well. wells didn't get the rose. >> but he got a kiss. >> thanks for playing. see you. he's as out of here as england. >> she picked up the rose. >> and she said forget about it. you want this? you're not having it. exactly. >> that was mean, jojo. >> group date. playing soccer in argentina. lionel messi was not successful. they were not as successful as you would think. they were no antoine griezmann, as you know so well from the france team. these were no ricardo from the portugal team.
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some of the guys could probably play for england. luke got the group date rose. moving rapidly forward. derek and chase, a two-man tan -- tango with jo jo playing the role as the ping-pong ball, in essence. you know it always gets down to sitting around the table. who is she going to pick? who is she going to pick? i'll cut to the chase. chase gets the rose. derek, thankfully, is gone. >> totally knew that was coming. >> drama in the rose ceremony. drama in the rose ceremony. there's our man, robbie. he's still in the competition. she gets down to there being one rose left, and two dudes that don't have it. so -- you know, last rose. is it going to be james t? is it going to be alex? time-out.
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jo jo calls a time-out on the whole thing. she consults with chris harrison. the good news? everybody gets a rose. she sort of brought an extra one in. everybody wins. yay, everybody wins. okay. >> copout. copout. >> kiss count. kiss count. >> uno? >> jo jo is getting to the stage of serial kisser. it stops at eight. eight guys left. eight teams left at the euros. i'm sorry. there are six guys left. the analyst is out of here. >> eight teams at the euro, including the french. >> bye, analyst. thank you. okay, next, frightening moments for jay leno caught on video. the former "tonight show" host was filming the latest episode of his car show in california. as a passenger when an 80-year-old stunt driver lost control. >> that did not look good at all.
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save them. here's robin roberts. >> reporter: with their chubby cheeks and playful personalities, giant pandas are one of the most beloved pandas on the planet. china is home to most of the 2,000 pandas worldwide. on my journey to shanghai, i made a pit stop at a research base of giant panda breeding to spend time with national treasures. the reserve is home to 153 unbearably cute creatures. the scientists working hard to keep this endangered species alive. how old are these panda? >> they're about one year. >> reporter: little babies. even playing some tug of war. you can't get more up close and personal than this. bamboo is the breakfast of champions. they eat from 26 to 84 pounds of it a day. they spread bamboo seeds ads a roam, playing a crucial role in sustaining the vegetation in chinese forests. what is a typical day like for them? >> sleep, eat, play with each other.
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>> reporter: emphasis on play. one minute they're sleeping in a tree. are you chilling? the next, they're on a tear. take a look at what they did to our camera crew. you should be filming this. >> they are. >> reporter: pandas are excitable creatures that vie for personal attention. i'm giving this one attention and the other one doesn't like it. i'll give you attention too. wow, human like. and like humans, they just can't resist a good old bear hug. they both have my leg. how about that? >> how cute is that? >> i want a panda. >> really? >> why not? >> they take a lot of work. >> they'd make great pets? >> they're cute. >> if only i had a bamboo forest in my apartment. >> they're kind of smelly. this is abc's "world news now", informing insomniacs for two decades. world news now
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making news in america this morning -- breaking overnight. crews are on the scene of a massive explosion at a gas plant. the details and the video coming in. proposal shift. donald trump appearing to back away from his controversial plan to temporarily ban muslims, as we learn who is formally being vetted by hillary clinton. for a possible vp pick. and we have a consumer alert. ikea is recalling millions of pieces of furniture after another child dead. and a race against time happening right now. why this 70 foot long blue whale is in desperate need of help. and we do say good tuesday morning, everyone. we want to get straight to the breaking news.

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