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apartment building. they go up this dark staircase. they don't quite know what's going on. >> this is a little weird. >> should we do this? >> and eventually they're like, all right, just ring the bell. >> hi. >> fortunately this aren't about to get murdered. there's a lovely lady inside. brings them into her apartment and that's where it all begins. it's clearly working for the baby. >> my gosh. look at him. like a yoga position. >> now it's michelle's turn. starts getting wrapped up. >> i fidget so much, my nose might itch. then i'm stuck. >> that's the point. the swaddling takes away the fidgeting. she lays down on her back. >> now i'm in this strange position but pretty relaxed. i actually feel very peaceful right now.
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>> even now nick is like i can see it. >> i'm kind of into it now. thinking that looks cozy. >> helps keep you calm. there's more. then they drape you in different colors and these are supposed to manipulate your mood in a more happy state. it's right about this point that i decided i want to do it. look at her face here. >> i still don't fully understand everything that happens, but i feel phenomenal. like this incredible inner piece. >> adult swaddling, give it a go you weirdos! last a look at some of today's best viral videos. for more go to rightt
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here is a classic don't try this at home stunt. these daredevils jumping, partially collapsed bridge, north of charlotte, north carolina, of course. they used dirt bikes and home made ramps to jump a 60-foot gap. apparently no one got hurt. police are now looking for the men who could now face charges. former vice president joe biden launching a political action committee today. this could mean he is considering a run for the white house in 2020. the pac will allow him to remain active in the democratic party, raise money for candidates and maintain relationships with donors. biden is 74 years old. he has said in the past he probably won't run. but he hasn't ruled it out. to disturbing discovery at national museum of african american history and culture in washington, d.c. visitors found a noose on the floor in a gallery and exhibit on segregation. condemned it as an act of hatred and intolerance.
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this the second noose found at the smithsonian museum there on the mall in less than a week. the other one found friday at nearby hirschorn museum. a symbol of racial hatred was spraypainted on the home of one of america's biggest athletes. >> as he prepares for the nba finals tonight, lebron james took time to speak out about family, race and how tough it is to be black in america. here is abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: on the eve of game one of the nba finals, cleveland cavaliers star lebron james is speaking out about vandalism at his l.a. home. >> my family is safe. at the end of the day they're safe. that's most important. >> reporter: the front gate spray painted with the n-word. >> racism will always be a part of the world, part of america. you know, hate, in america, especially for african-americans, is -- is living every day. >> reporter: the graffiti on lebron's $20 million breptwood estate since has been covered up.
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>> no matter how many people admire you, being black in america is -- is tough. and we got a long way to go. you know, for us as a society, and for us as african-americans until we feel equal in america. >> reporter: the lapd is investigating the incident as an act of vandalism and possible hate crime. they also believe that the entire incident was captured on surveillance video. linsey davis, abc news, new york. so history will be made tonight when lebron and the cavaliers tip off against the warriors. they become the first two teams to ever meet in three straight nba finals. >> the cavaliers are the defending champs. their dramatic comeback to win the title in seven games last year will be pretty difficult to beat. >> steph curry and warriors are looking for some revenge. game one tonight in oakland. starts at 9:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. we are kind of excited to see these guys, once again. >> always a good game. that's the thing. >> yeah, like the rubber match.
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>> kept us on our toes last time. despite temperatures in the 60s, there was a heat wave in duluth, minnesota. >> helicopter carrying dorito's, heat wave flavored chips, dropped a pallet of doritos in one of the city's parks. now duluth was chosen it registered one of the coldest temperatures in the country on memorial day. just 59 degrees. >> then looked like district 13 of the hunger games. everybody just came out. >> there you go. >> dorito's to warm you up on a cold day. does it work that way, i don't know. >> don't know. >> huh. >> we could. where is our drop? >> seems cold here on memorial day. when we come back, the really big purchase the obamas just made. >> what we are now learning about serena william's baby. the "the skinny" is next.
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♪ skinny so skinny time now for "the skinny," starting with the obamas. setting down new roots. >> yes, they are, same place they have been setting down roots. they have been renting this mansion in the exclusive neighborhood of washington, d.c. for an estimated $22,000 a month. and now, they have purchased it for $8.1 million. my description, victorian, tudor, colonial, georgian, style. >> pretty, brick, big. >> house with a roof. fixer upper. but, in other words, our expert on everything, descriptive, what is it? >> kendis and diane, a 1928 english tudor revival not confused with english tudor built of stone or half timbers with windows. this house is brick with square paned windows.
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>> i got the brick part. >> i got the -- >> forgot to mention it has windows. there you go. back to things we actually understand. it has eight bedrooms. it has nine and a half bathrooms. beautiful hardwood floors. updated kitchen. also, lots of space upstairs. they have got their own ensuite. >> yes, for mrs. obama's mother. mrs. robertson, and as well as his/hers master bathrooms. >> i like that. key to a happy marriage right there. you stay in your bathroom. i will stay in mine. >> sure we are screwing up the description of that as well. >> sorry, matt. >> something deeper to his/her bathroom. next, to a big, oops, from venus williams. >> while venus was busy winning second round at a french open. a reporter asked her what her sister serena's baby will call her? >> when she responded, she is
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going to call me favorite aunt. she is going to call me. >> yeah, favorite aunt. >> key word in that sentence. she. that was new information. no one knew the gender of the baby. venus went on to say we are all like, baby v, baby lynn, baby cher. we all want the baby named after us. >> i could see that. >> not the first oops. serena revealed her public pregnancy announcement itself was also an accident. she confessed in snapchat, that revealed she was 20 weeks along was sent out by mistake. >> see, we just have to stop, keeping secrets from us. that's the lesson here. tell us everything, serena. we want to know. >> serena and her fiance, reddit co-founder expecting their first child this fall. we know it is a girl. >> yay. nch . next to that spiderman star, andrew garfield. like we have never seen him before. apparently multitalented.
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>> yes, he is. garfield is doing theater in london. and he recently dropped by the london stop of the drag review. work the world. that's work, with werk, and q. werq. and then this happened. >> the voice. ♪ i'm every woman it's all in me ♪ ♪ >> whoa! oh. >> wow. >> shut the front door. >> so if this whole, you know, academy award nominee, acting thing doesn't work out, he has a future as a drag queen, i think. by the way this segment of the drag snow was called wig in a box. >> look at that. bravo. bravo. andrew garfield. man, he has got it down pat. >> back flip and everything.
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awesome. >> sort of like michael jackson and then some. wouldn't you say. >> moves. well, finally, hopefully he will do beyonce soon. mark your calendars. beyonce is coming back. we know the dates for next year's coachella. >> even more importantly we have the dates that beyonce will perform. her pregnancy forced her to drop out of this year's coachella, replaced by lady gaga. already announced, as one of next year's headliners. >> yeah, so next year, coachella dates. weekend one, we now know, friday, april 13. little earlier this year than last year. this one. through sunday april 15th. weekend two, friday april 20th through sunday april 22nd. >> tickets go on sale tomorrow. because beyonce is headlining now they're expecting to go fast. if you want them, going to have to do that thing where you hover over the mouse. try to click as soon as you possibly can. >> doesn't matter. people are going to get the tickets anyway. be thousand of dollars.
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>> i was at the beach in delaware and i remember being pink like a lobster. >> reporter: report by mayo clinic says skin cancer is on the rise. a 191% jump for women between 30 and 39 years old. and a 246% jump for women, 40-49. and that jump happened while there are more products than ever promising protection. like this moisturizer with spf 25 that libby alkali applies every morning. >> i want to protect my complexion. figure if there is something else i should be doing. >> reporter: but according to dermatologist whitney bow she says moisturizers offer spf but not incidental coverage but not protection. and even when we do pull out the dedicated sunscreen. >> typical american uses about half of what they need. when it comes to sun protection. >> reporter: as a result, the spf number matters. >> if you're using spf 60 or 80.
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you are getting spf 30 and 40. rule of thumb. apply double what you think you need and reach for the higher spfs. >> reporter: finally, application is vital when it comes to sun protection. after applying spf 50 we scanned her face again. results she its getting great coverage but missing key areas like her eyelids and lips that are very sensitive to sun damage. while you may think using a spray gets everything covered perfectly. >> catch with the spray is after you spray it, you have to rub it in with your hands. or else you don't get even protection on the skin. >> reporter: so your sunscreen formula. double your usual spf and double how much you use. typically shot glass full for your body. rub it in thoroughly. becky worley, abc news, new york. >> becky knows how to get our attention. that would make sense. >> shot glass, we are listening. can't they make a booth you walk in. and turn. >> didn't they do that. >> talks care of it. >> that's what i want. >> what's your spf? >> 15. >> 30. >> if i use 30 like wearing a blanket.
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good morning on this thursday. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we are following on "world news now." president trump is set to make his decision today on the paris climate agreement. sources say the president will make good on a campaign promise by pulling the u.s. out of the deal. but some top aides and big companies are lobbying for him to stay. much more coming up. >> state of ohio is suing five drugmakerers accusing them of creating the state's opioid epidemic. the suit claims the company's intentionally misled patients about dangers of painkillers. most drugmakerers declined to comment about the suit. the company that makes epipens accused of overcharging taxpayers by more than $1 billion. the drugmakerer agreed to pay the government less than half of that amount to settle claims it overcharged medicaid. and our heroes are falling.
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day in and day out. mr. met, or the guy behind the mr. met costume, seen there, making an obscene gesture. he gave a fan the finger last night. though he only has four fingers. during the mets loss to the milwaukee brewers. the team says that employee won't work in that costume ever again. they have standards on this thursday, june 1st. so, not technically middle finger, right. >> i think he has a lawsuit. >> maybe. they lost 7-1. maybe he was just saying, 1. 1. >> yes. we got one score. >> one point. >> exactly. >> if you have four fingers, can you really be flipping off somebody with the middle finger. >> food for thought on this thursday morning for you. >> news you can use. >> we begin with a big announcement from president trump ready to make his decision on the landmark paris agreement.
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>> candidate trump promised to pull the united states out of the deal which is aiming to cut carbon emissions. sources say the president is likely to just do that. he plans to announce it to the world this afternoon from the white house rose garden. administration officials are split on what the president should do, nearly every country in the world has signed on to that agreement. >> congress is trying to determine if there was another undisclosed meeting between jeff sessions and russian ambassador sergey kislyak. lawmakers want to know if the men spoke when they beth attended a campaign event in spring of last year. but the justice department insists there were no private meetings or conversations with any russian officials. abc's lana zach has more on another former associate of the president caught up in the russia probe. >> reporter: democrats push back on allegations they're delaying public testimony of carter page, a former foreign policy adviser for the trump campaign. page sent ape letter to intelligence committee,
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reiterating eagerness to have an open meeting to address false or misleading testimony about him. the president tweeted his support for page wednesday morning, calling the investigation a witch-hunt. but the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee pushed back saying the committee intends to review documents before calling witnesses and "the pace of the interviews dictated by the needs of the investigation, and not the preferences of outside parties." also, haunting the white house, questions about the president's son-in-law, jared kushner and his dealings with the russian bank. known to the fbi as a base for russian spies. including this one, who is back in moscow after pleading guilty and spending time in a u.s. prison. >> this was an actual trained operative, spy operation, in new york. targeting human assets. >> but the president maintains the russian investigations are a lame excuse by democrats for why they lost the election. a sentiment echoed by russian president vladamir putin. he told reporters the allegations against his government are a fictional
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excuse by those who lost the election. the white house spokesman, sean spicer asked about reports that james comey former fbi director has been cleared to testify publicly before the senate. and that he intends to address accounts about whether or not the president pressured him to drop the flynn investigation. spicer referred all of those questions to outside counsel. lana zach, abc news, washington. lana, thanks. passenger aboard a malaysia airlines flight is speaking out after another passenger threatened to blow up the plane with a bomb. a man who police describe as mentally ill got up from his seat on the flight from melbourne, australia. then rushed to the cockpit door, claiming he had a bomb. that's when brave passengers tackled him and tied him up with belts. >> he was serious. he was a threat. which was not great. and -- i backed away. informed my passengers, fellow passengers around me, we had a serious situation.
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started down the back of the aisle. he ended up being apprehended by a group of young guys, at the back of the plane, did a terrific job of subduing him. >> the flight was a few minutes into heading to another region, it returned where heavily armed police carried the passenger off the plane. they determined the incident is not terror related but under investigation. newly released video providing a one of a kind look at the massacre at the pulse nightclub in orlando. images come from body cameras that were worn by police who rushed into the club, not realizing the extent of the horror they would find inside a year ago this month. abc's brian ross has exclusive interviews with the brave officers. >> reporter: this is what orlando police officers saw and heard as they raced inside the pulse nightclub. the body cam videos capturing the urgency of the hunt for the active shooter.
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>> i see shadows moving over there. >> officers unable to tell who was hiding in the darkness. a victim or a shooter. >> i got his hand. i got his hands. okay. come out. come out. come out. come out. >> reporter: this video comes from the body cam worn by officer graham cage. >> right about to go in. still hearing shots. there is the haunting sound of the victims cell phones ringing unanswered. >> i mean multiple times. laying in pools of blood. knowing that somebody's loved one trying to get ahold of their loved one. >> keep coming! >> reporter: as club patrons race for safety, the shooter, retreats to a back bathroom, holding hostages and calls 911 to say he has bombs. >> i'll tell you this it can take out a whole city block almost. >> reporter: police are advised to pull back. in the building may not want to
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stay there. not a single officer retreats. then the final breach, mateen comes out shooting. one officer is hit in the helmet. >> probably within an inch of losing his life. the other officers there returned fire killing the suspect. >> brian ross, abc news, orlando. near chicago, 16-year-old girl held accused in the murder of her uber driver. the memorial day attack on grant lawson was unprovoked. the high school student, lisa wasney attacked him with a stolen knife and machete moments after getting in the vehicle. wasney has no prior record, she's charged with first degree murder and charged as an adult. a man in the meantime is accused in the dragging death of a michigan trooper and now been found not guilty. charles warren jr. collapsed after the verdict was read outside of detroit. in 2015, warren's trailer hit the trooper, chad wolf on motorcycle parole. 71-year-old not realizing what
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happened dragging wolf nearly four miles. he faced 15 years behind bars. video of tiger woods' arrest shows him dazed and disoriented. police dash cam video was shot as officers in florida put woods through a sobriety test. you can hear him slurring his speech and appears to lose his balance. tests prove he had not been drinking. woods says his condition was caused by combination of prescription medications. his next court appearance scheduled for early july. so, babies, they grow up fairly big. including this 4-month-old, 270-pound toddler. >> there she is. that's fiona the hippo. first media availability yesterday at the cincinnati zoo. born six weeks premature, by the way. in january, she weighed in at just 29 pounds. which is apparently really small for a baby hippo. usually weigh 50-120 pounds. >> good lord. zoo officials say fiona isn't
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ready to be seen in public. however already very popular. an ohio brewing company has created a beer in her honor. >> how cute! >> very cute. well, coming up. photographic evidence. truth can be stranger than fiction. what australian scientists found swimming in the ocean that may give you nightmares. later, checking out the last of the leftovers. what the show's star is saying about this weekend's highly anticipated series finale. first, here is a look at today's temperatures. >> announcer: "world news now" weather -- brought to you by carfax.com.
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so, i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated, so i get a better clean. number one trusted. number one awarded. it's got to be tide check it out. new high-speed train operating in kenya. the train's nearly 400 mile route stretches from port city to kenya's capital. built by chinese company, costing more than $3 billion. the new railway is kenya's largest infrastructure project since it gained independence from britain in 1963. >> hoping to have a train system for the entire east africa. >> very cool. >> scientists exploring the deep seas near australia. good god, what's that? found a species of fish. with no face. they look like lumpy blobs, with puffy head and flat body. the faceless fish were found
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2 1/2 miles below the surface of the ocean. living nearly completely in the dark. >> the mouth at the bottom? >> freezing. cold. >> i would not want to run into that during a swim. >> no, not, not even for, for breakfast or dinner. >> ooh. learning some new details about one of nasa's most ambitious missions to date. flying a spacecraft directly into the atmosphere of the sun. >> unmanned probe will travel closer to the sun than any spacecraft in human history. you know aliens have been there. here is abc's marci gonzalez. >> a mission of extremes. >> reporter: it may seem like a trailer for a sci-fi blockbuster. >> humanity's first mission to touch the sun. >> reporter: but there is nothing fictional about this, nasa's newly unveiled plan to enter the sun's atmosphere. >> solar probe is going to be the hottest, fastest mission. >> reporter: the parker solar probe named after honoring dr. eugene parker.
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>> hooray for solar probe. >> reporter: will launch from florida summer 2018. at its fastest traveling at 430,000 miles an hour. >> that's like traveling to tokyo in less than a minute. >> reporter: the unmanned probe will get seven times closer to the sun than any spacecraft in history. breaching the outer atmosphere called the corona to study why it is even hotter than the surface of the sun. collecting data to give scientists a better understanding of how stars work, and to help predict major space weather events that impact technology, and satellites. until you actually go there and touch the sun, you really can't answer these questions. >> reporter: they are questions nasa scientists have been trying to answer for about 60 years. but materials that can with stand the extreme temperatures and radiation, didn't exist until now. testing is still under way ahead of next year's launch. kendis, diane. >> cool stuff. >> marci, thank you. coming up, the clock is running down on the leftovers.
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>> why justin thoreaux says his hit hbo series may not end the way fans might be expecting. next. next. t hit by an expensive septic disaster. but for only $7 a month, rid-x helps break down waste. avoid a septic disaster with rid-x.
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for years now fans of the hbo series leftovers have been waiting for this moment. and this weekend, we finally get it. the series finale. >> sunday night, all will finally be revealed. or will it? abc's nick watt sat down with the show's star justin thoreaux says the ending might surprise. >> i want answers. [ screaming ] >> reporter: here is the leftovers elevator pitch. in an instance, 2% of the earth's population vanishes. massive. mournful. >> sam. >> the show follows those left behind. >> going to come out of the corner.
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>> there is justin, as police chief. >> that 2% of the population disappearing is just the landscape that we start with. or the springboard for everything else. >> damon lindeloff co-creator of the leftovers, previously co-creator of the lost. and, stars cary and my kids are just gone. >> lost her family and works as a government investigator into the disappearance. did you understand what was going on as you were shooting? >> yes and no. nora is mysterious to me. >> no. no. stop. >> we are talking possible apocalypse with sweeteners thrown in. >> you try to make people feel happy. >> look, also that. you know, it was also just like not enough of justin's naked
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rear end. >> thoreaux appears immortal. there are heavy religious overtones. >> the whole justin jesus thing is -- >> look at the guy. yes. right. >> do you accept jesus christ as your lord and savior? >> or, not religious. i just don't know. >> we originally wrote kevin as an angry guy. when justin started playing him. i was like, justin doesn't strike me as being angry. we course corrected as writers. >> we are talking about it as if it is a grueling watch. it is not. it is engrossing. people, you know, want to relate to, to a number of subjects. grief, sadness, whatever. because in some way, that sort of story telling, illuminates parts of your own life. the reason it is compelling it can be cathartic at times. those moments of earned happiness in our show reflect that as well.
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>> mind expanding, thought provoking entertainment, nearly all now there ready to be binged on hbo. >> you can knock that off in a weekend. i wouldn't recommend it. you will be suicidal. >> hang on. don't binge? >> we should be responsible doctors and say, here is the prescription. you know, i would take two of these at a time. then let a day or two go by. you can take two more. >> does the name kevin mean anything to you? >> the leftovers, cult following in tow is coming toward the end of its third and final season. >> no. >> we are not going to be one of the shows, in year eight trying to wring story line out of it. >> there is a wacky cousin. >> wacky cousin. >> i feel this is a show that will be -- i think people will pay attention to it. history will be kind. >> seems like grand statement to make. >> it does. i mean television history can i be clear. >> so what does happen in the end? >> unexpected. >> if you are a super religious person watching the leftovers and atheist watching the
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leftovers you will have a very different take away front final episode of the show. >> is it all going to be -- not all going to be neatly wrapped up for us by the end. >> much like life, things don't wrap up in the way you expect them to. for me it was gratifying to sort of, see the way that, where they, sort of chose to put the last stroke on the painting. >> do we get an answer to, why you don't die? >> uh, i don't want to answer that question. >> didn't want to answer either. >> if everybody loves the leftovers finale. there is universal acclaim. then i am not sure that we have done our jobs right. >> definitely discussion about it. much rather have that. than, than just sort of like that was pleasant. >> how long does this usually take? >> pleasant is not a word, i would ever use for the leftovers. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> yeah, pleasant is not the frequent emotion if you are watching the show. i am in a desperate race to catch up. >> draining. >> so i can get there by the finale. don't know if i will. season one.
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>> i want answers. better not pull the sopranos. none of this don't stop believing and the screen goes black. thi not having it. don't stop believing and the screen goes black. i am not having it. .
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i would switch to crest [hd] over what i was using before. it is time to check the wnn inbox, when we get to hear -- >> take it out. >> from you guys. >> usual position in the trash. >> we start with, might remember, national wine day. kendis and i decided to put elbow grease in and make our own wine. >> or toe grease into it. first didn't get the memo you needed your socks off. so, then we were, i was making a white wine. my version of the running man. >> trying not to fall. and you are dancing. >> came so close to falling. >> my goodness. >> so, i think i spit up in my mouth. now i need real wine. >> this was good wine. i did drink it. it tasted pretty sweet.
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it looks more like toe jam than, than kendis noir. >> ram said hopefully the grapes didn't get thrown out. sure there's a winery out there that would release a limited run of macedo merlot or gibson blanc. >> we did the story on the romper catching on. many demanded kendis wear one. and twitter. looked like your campaign worked out. >> exactly. >> there we are. >> we did address it last week. but there it is. you have a little romper. i think we should do that for every insomniac theater. so, patrick wrote. is kendis wearing a onesie? duh. >> not everybody got the memo. i do like you took it seriously.
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now play who wore it better? kendis or these guys? >> well. >> well, cam newton looking pretty good in his romper. >> that one is good. >> oh. >> somebody pointed out where are your eyes? >> my eyes are up here, lady. >> i was, i was trying to take, take in the whole romper situation. but my eyes were here. >> they were. >> here. >> all right. "dirty dancing" talked about that last week. even -- attempted our own lift. wrote on face book. kendis made hundreds of men extremely jealous. >> hundreds. only hundreds? >> two. >> we did get some assist there. if you notice. jonathan, one of our editors, several viewers notice heed was particularly gentlemanly in this whole thing. you might notice him frantically looking away throughout the entire situation. jonathan, thank you. very much for that. >> making a point of, what's over there? oh, oh. what?
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this morning on "world this morning on "world news now" will the u.s. turn away from the world on climate change? >> pulling out of the paris agreement was a key campaign promise for donald trump, but that would make the u.s. one of only three countries in the world not to be part of the agreement to curb pollution and the location of the president's announcement today give us a hint of which way he'll go? no love loss between president trump and his former campaign rival. the two got into a twitter spat overnight following clinton's onstage comments about the trump campaign's involvement with russia. the tanker explosion in colorado. causing the driver to jump from the flames and roll into traffic. the highway then shutting down for several hours in both directions. and at this hour we could
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all use a little help, right? we are launching a brand-new series, exclusively for our viewers called insomniacs. your own personal little life hacks on how we managed to eat healthy, decorate and do all the stuff we need to do at home when we sleep like vampires. all coming up for you on this thursday, the first of june. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> pippy longstocking. lumberjack. >> but hot lumberjack. >> like mary ann from gilligan's island. >> it was casual. >> is that what it was? >> we're keeping it real. no cooking studio, me and my kitchen showing you what goes down. >> i can't wait to see it. we'll get to see what diane has been cooking up. we know what the rock has been cooking and diane is cooking and the president, there you go, has been cooking up a little bit of
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trouble with world leaders expecting to pull the united states out of the paris climate accord. >> he tweeted last night he'll announce his decision this afternoon in the white house rose garden. under the deal the u.s. pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2025. nearly 200 countries signed on and even exxon mobil, shell and walmart embraced it. >> critics say the deal is too rigid and will cost american jobs. sources say the president is listening to both sides. and nothing is final though until that announcement. cecelia vega at the white house. >> reporter: president trump said he is close to making that much anticipated decision. >> going to find out very soon. >> reporter: behind the scenes, sources tell abc news, the president is likely to pull out of the landmark deal. inside the white house, feverish last-minute negotiations on both sides. chief strategist steve bannon
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pushing for withdrawal along with 22 republican senators. daughter ivanka pushing to stay in the deal. big names like apple, tim cook, and elon musk, calling to lobby president trump, too. musk threatening to resign from white house advisory counsels if the president backs out of the deal. >> a lot of it is a hoax. >> reporter: that was president trump on global warming during the campaign. aides now say his views are evolving. if the u.s. withdraws from the climate accord, it would join the company of nicaragua and syria which haven't signed and create a test for already strained relations with germany's angela merkel and france's macron. but the president seems poised to dismiss the advice of even the pope to make good on that campaign promise. >> we are going to cancel the paris climate agreement. >> cecelia vega, abc news. the white house. former fbi chief, comey to break his silence about his conversations with president trump.
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abc news learned comey will testify in an open congressional hearing as early as next week. sources say special counsel robert mueller approved comey's testimony if he doesn't discuss the trump russia probe evidence. comey expected to talk private meetings with the president and that could include memos that comey wrote after the discussions. congress is looking into another possible meeting between attorney general jeff sessions and russian ambassador sergey kislyak. the lawmakers want to know if the men spoke during an april 2016 trump event in washington, d.c. department of justice denied sessions met privately with any russian officials at the event. but during his confirmation hearings, sessions failed to disclose two meetings with kislyak. more than 200 days since the presidential election and we're still apparently talking about it. hillary clinton says she believes, russian interference was one key factor behind her loss. and she says, that they likely had help from inside the u.s. all playing out at the conference in california. clinton laid out factors she believes cost her the election including focus on her private
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e-mail server. she believes that she took the biggest hit from russians who stole potentially damaging information. and then got help on how best to use that info against her. >> the russians in my opinion, and based on the intel and counterintel, people i talked could not have known how best to weaponize that information. unless they had been guided. >> guided by americans. >> guided by americans. >> fighting words for president trump. who didn't waste any time, responding to his former opponent. he sent out the tweet saying -- crooked hillary clinton now blames everybody but herself. refuses to say she was a terrible candidate. but, wait. there's more to this back and forth. we'll get to that in a moment. but, first, more on the fallout for comedian kathy griffin. after she posted a video holding the likeness of president trump's severed head. cnn says griffin will no long ear peer on the network big new year's eve broadcast.
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trump called the comedian sick. while first lady melania trump questioned her mental health. griffin apologized admitting she went too far. that new video of tiger woods arrest shows him dazed, disoriented and unable to keep his balance. police dash cam video shot as officers in jupiter, florida put woods through a sobriety test. in it hear woods slurring his speech and appearing to lose his balance. tests prove he had not been drinking. woods says his condition was caused by a combination of prescription medications, his next court appearance schedule for early july. pittsburgh penguins two wins away from the second straight stanley cup championship. the pens and the nashville predators were tied 1-1 starting third period last night. and then -- pittsburgh scored three goals in just over three minutes. it was too much for nashville to handle. pittsburgh 4-1 win gives them a 2-0 lead in the series. game three, saturday night in nashville. national spelling bee winner
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will be decided tonight. the competition started with 291 kids. and is now down to 40. >> the youngest speller who we were supporting, edith fuller of oklahoma was second to the last participant to go. there you go. bend that microphone down. she had the word nyctinasty, not a description how the knicks have been playing here in new york past couple years. it is the movement of plants in response to the onset of darkness. >> duh. n-y-c-t-i-n-a-s-t, y, nyctinasty. >> correct. >> wow. >> yea! >> nailed it. >> edith got a little easier one for her second word. also, nailed it. she spelled, tapas correctly. >> tapas. nice. delicious. >> expensive.
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then you feel hungry after ten minutes. >> back to the spelling bee? >> the score on preliminary written tests weren't high enough to keep her in the competition. >> no, though she spelled both of her words right in the competition, she still got cut. >> she did. >> apparently did a written exam before. she didn't quite make the cut. >> favorite part about that, you see like the graphic at the bottom. one point. getting ready to spell. and it lists like what grade you are in. and where in high school you are. her said kindergarten. >> that's the beauty of it. she just turned 6 years old. good luck, edith and good luck to the rest of the competitors in the running. the white house is offering no explanation for president trump's midnight message that nearly broke twitter. >> this jumbled tweet introduced the world to newly coined word covfefe and it wasn't taken down to almost six hours later. the president made light of the tweet with his follow-up one.
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who can figure out the true meaning of covfefe? enjoy. >> sean spicer decided to decline on that. he seemed to suggest the tweet was deliberate. >> do you think people should be concerned that the president that the president posted and then it then stayed up for hours? >> no. >> why did it stay up so long? is no one watching this? >> no, the president and the small group of people know exactly what he meant. >> what does it mean? >> what is covfefe? >> i guess it was an inside joke that we just weren't a part of. that was the white house press corps. >> it was hilarious. >> you can hear the white house press corps laughing during the whole conference. covfefe became the number one retweet since the inauguration.
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>> hillary clinton joked that she thought covfefe was a hidden message to the russians and later tweeted. people in covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe. >> it is glass houses throw stones. has to be different for one of them. >> none of it makes sense. >> they are playing with our heads. a deadly shootout inside a car dealership as two bounty hunters try to capture a fugitive. 20 shots in just six seconds. we'll show you how it all ended. later, if you're anything like us up all night your idea of cooking probably involves a microwave or a telephone or grub hub. but check out diane's insomni-hack lasagna. it can be done. check out our behind the scenes pics on instagram. you're watching "world news now."
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we are back with some spectacular video of a fuel tanker crash outside of denver. they shut down both sides of interstate 25 there. the northbound side is expected to reopen however this morning. the driver was injured jumping from the vehicle, his condition hasn't been released. an investigation under way this morning into a deadly shootout inside a texas car dealership. >> it happened as two bounty hunters trying to catch a fugitive. here is abc's clayton sandell with the latest. >> reporter: shootout in the show room. it happened as two bounty hunters arrived at this greenville, texas, nissan dealer to capture ramon hutchinson a fugitive wanted on a drug charge. you can see the bounty hunters, guns drawn, corner him in an office. other customers close by. then a struggle. fugitive pulls a gun. then -- a total of 20 shots in six
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seconds. >> i'm hiding in a bathroom. please hurry. >> reporter: in the chaos, all three men are killed. hutchinson and the bounty hinters. 33-year-old gabrielle bernard and fidel garcia. >> our dealership was the scene of a tragic. all our employees and customers are safe and unhurt. >> reporter: the investigation is under way and the dealership remains closed. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. when we come back, we'll switch gears. this will be the key to surviving the overnight shift, no doubt. >> i'm going to show you one of my insomni-hacks with a segment. tackle eggplant lasagna coming up next. >> we're eating. everybody eating. surviving the night shift. no doubt. >> i'm going to show you one of my insomni-hacks with a segment. tackle eggplant lasagna coming up next. >> we're eating. everybody eating. i love you, but sometimes you stink. ♪ new febreze fabric refresher with odorclear technology...
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♪ that's why i'm easy ♪ that's why i'm easy ♪ easy like sunday morning >> so, eating healthy isn't easy. no matter what day of the week. especially if you work odd hours. >> many asked how do we do it. i am inviting you into my kitchen to show you with first edition of insomni-hacks. ♪ >> meat, cheese, noodles, sauce, what is not to love about lasagna, right? the answer preparing it can be a huge pain and the calorie count.
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so we are going to tackle that with new version of lasagna with believe it or not. eggplant. not that eggplant. start cutting it into thin slices. i like to use the mandolin. you get pretty, perfect slices. or sometimes not so much. all right. eggplant noodles are done. prep the meat. we'll start off with -- green pepper. or, really, any bell pepper you like. and onion. now i cut a little flat spot on the onion. you know how tv people magically chop onions without crying. i didn't get the memo. i'm just so sad. i love lasagna so much. to get around the tears, chop onions and peppers in bulk. freeze them in ice cubes. next time you need them, thaw in the microwave and you're good to go. waiting for onions to soften.
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try to clean as i go. in the end, the kitchen is pretty clean. just make sure you remember to check on the pan. oops. i let the onions cook longer than i wanted. that's okay. pop in the peppers. and, we can add in our meat. this is 96% lean ground beef. most lasagnas you have, have a fatty cut of beef. you don't need it. once the meat starts to brown, add two cups of low calorie tomato sauce if you can get the jar open. ♪ hallelujah hallelujah hallelujah ♪ >> next step. layer. you want to get your trays out. i like using glass baking dishes. go in the freezer and in the
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oven as well as the the microwave when you want to reheat this. now we start assembly line. remember the ugly pieces. throw them at the bottom. no one is going to see them. no one will know they're there. from here, we go meat. now it is time for the cottage cheese. and the prep here can be pretty tough. so watch closely. ready. that's it. whew. traditional lasagna, use ricotta, with cottage cheese, lower the calorie count significantly, get ton of nutritional value out of it. extra protein. repeat same steps, second layer. top with layer of egg plant, sauce, low fat mozzarella. bake it. 350, 30 minutes. we'll be done. kitchen is clean. and we have. seven minutes left. however shall we pass the time? ♪ dancing with myself ♪ dancing with myself staring contest. ♪ ready to see the final product? tah-dah.
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probably should have remembered to clean it off before putting it in the toaster oven. now the fun part. a little hot. little hot. but really good. traditional slice of lasagna, looking at 30 carbs, 20 fat, 400 calories. our version has about 10 grams of carbs, 6 grams of fat and 170 calories. not talking kendis sized serving. a real slice of lasagna. which means -- i can have seconds. >> so because i am having seconds, that means you get zero. >> because. >> nobody else. >> i did. >> what do you think? honest taste test review? >> really great. >> delicious. >> amazing. >> really good. >> amazing. amazing. >> learned so much. freezer friendly. reheat. popped it in the microwave here.
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we have breaking news atop the mix on this thursday morning. this is huge. you know, the new york mets had such a horrible loss, last night. >> 7-1. >> you all right over there, jack. >> such a horrible loss that even the mascot had had enough. mr. met, who has been with the organization since 1962 seen walking out and flipping off a fan. >> love that we had to blur out the hand of a mascot. >> here is the deal. here is the deal. >> middle finger. >> he has four fingers, so really? he went full on for this flipping. it was. >> pointing to the sky. >> pointing to the sky.
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>> the met organization offered an apology said the guy inside the costume right now which blows my mind there is somebody inside of the costume, that he will -- you will never, he is out. >> he is not allowed to wear the costume any more. >> one strike. he is out. >> all right. that's it. on to a girl with presumably a brighter future than the now fired mr. met. a girl after my own heart. carolina williams now headed to yale university because of the essay she wrote on papa john's pizza. yeah, asked to right about something they loved. she explained the vast range of emotions that come with ordering pizza. i'll just read you one line. it's too long. when the delivery person rings my doorbell i morph into one of pavlov's dog, salivating to the sound that signals the cheesy circular glory. it smells like celebration. >> that is poetry right there. >> i feel you. >> i'm surprised she only got accepted into yale. not harvard, princeton,
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colombia, that is just genius writing there. >> now another sort of college story. the couple met at florida state university game. tailgating. years and years and years ago. so they dated since then. decided the guy involved here, decided what better way to propose to my girlfriend, than, than similar to how we met during a flip cup competition. so she flips the cup. and on the bottom, it said, marry me. >> good thing she is good at flip cup. >> yeah. >> could have taken a while. >> question mark. then got down on one knee. brian cross and chelsea maloney. congratulations. >> very, very cute. and now to a golfer who probably wishes he was as good at golf as flip cup. trevor sheehan of cork, ireland. just check this out. so his club actually went backwards on his swing. >> oh, my god.
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this morning on "world news now" new video of tiger woods dui arrest. the dash cam showing an inability to follow police commands and slurred speech despite tests showing no alcohol in his system. more on the big announcement expected today on whether the u.s. will remain part of the global pack to fight climate change. some companies are now speaking out asking the country to stay in the agreement. we will have more on this debate coming up. a passenger charges a cockpit trying to break in during a flight. the man threatened the plane with a bomb why trying to force his way in. overnight we have a new response from the airline. and the amazing spiderman like we've never seen him before. wait until you see what happens when andrew garfield takes the
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stage at a show and lets the music rip screaming out i am every woman. i'm not sure that is what he screamed out. it is in "the skinny," june 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> he has quite a history. good character actor there. >> now we see why he puts on a great performance. >> wait until you see the transformation from spiderman into this artist that we're all familiar with. we'll talk about somebody else we're familiar with. tiger woods and that dui arrest. it it apparently shows him unable to follow simple instructions or keep his balance. >> in the video you hear him telling officers he doesn't remember being asleep in his mercedes as police approached. marcie gonzalez has more. >> reporter: tiger woods struggling to keep his balance. >> stay right here with your feet together and keep your balance. >> reporter: appearing disoriented in this police dash cam video from early memorial
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day morning from his home in jupiter, florida. >> sir, i want you to place your hands behind your back, okay. >> reporter: his arrest on suspension of driving under the influence happened after 2:00 a.m. when the officer spotted h the road and both front tires flat. >> there it is. a win for the ages. >> reporter: one of the most recognizable athletes was asleep at the wheel and had to be woken up. the responding officer reporting that his speech was slow and slurred and he did not know where he was. >> do you know where you're going? >> no. >> reporter: that field sobriety test showing woods wobbling and stumbling. >> have you had anything to drink? >> i had nothing. >> reporter: a breathalyzer test supporting that claim. woods blew triple zeros. no alcohol in his system. woods telling officers he takes several prescriptions, including vicodin. he blames an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications.
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marci gonzalez, abc news, los angeles. >> woods has said that the police department there treated him fairly well. in ohio now, they're suing five drugmakers accusing them of creating the state's opioid epidemic. while announcing the suit, ohio attorney general mike dewine said the countries intentionally misled patients about the dangers of pain killers and they promoted the benefits of the drugs without scientific backing. they make other pain killers most of the drugmakers declined to comment about the suit. it appears a roll back of the birth control mandate in the affordable care act is now in the works. a draft resolution posted online would allow any employer to deny the free birth control coverage for religious or moral reasons. the white house has not commented on the document. hundreds of thousands of women receive free contraception under the aca. president trump said he will make a big announcement on the
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paris accord. and sources say he's likely to pull out of that landmark deal. now, under it the u.s. pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2025. some top aides want the u.s. to withdraw saying it will hurt the economy and others are lobbying to stay with big companies like apple, walmart and exxon mobil. nearly every country has signed that agreement to fight global warming. experts say it could take years to formally withdraw from the deal. abc news learned former fbi director james comey will testify in an open congressional hearing. we could hear his first public comment since his firing since early next week. comey's testimony expected to center on private conversations with president trump that would include memos comey reportedly wrote about the discussions. overseas security is extra tight in the capital of afghanistan. following that suicide bomb massacre we first told you about yesterday morning. a massive truck bomb killed at least 90 people, wounded 400
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others. the blast left that 15-foot crater in what was supposed to be one of the most secure area of kabul. there has been no claim of responsibility. 11 american contractors among those hurt, but we are told not seriously injured. malaysia airlines plane was just a few minutes into a flight when it was forced to turn back after a passenger stormed the cockpit, threatening to detonate a bomb. abc's david kerley has the details. >> reporter: australian airport security heavily armed quickly carrying the hogtied passenger off the jetliner. a dramatic end to a short flight. just after takeoff from melbourne, malaysian airlines crew tells the captain a passenger trying to breach the cockpit door as the pilot recounted to controllers. >> have an explosive device apparently tried to enter the cockpit. >> reporter: that device apparently some kind of power pack.
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a half-hour after taking off, the jet is back in melbourne, with security officers barking commands to passengers. >> everyone in their seats. put your heads down. >> reporter: police suggest the suspect has a history of mental illness. david kerley, abc new, washington. back in this country, delta airlines is testing new technology that could replace boarding passes. delta is testing a system that would allow travelers to use their fingerprints to check bags and board flights as well. for now, the fingerprint system is only available at washington reagan national airport. for certain delta sky mile members. >> southwest airlines is using two doors to deplane at some california airports. they're trying to hope to, hoping to speed up the process. the airline is testing that plan for the next two weeks. so far the airline says the idea is getting rave reviews. a police officer in southern new jersey is getting attention for what he didn't do. >> officer tom sherman, pulled a woman over for a vehicle violation. she told him about some bad things happening in her life. so, officer sherman decided not
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to issue a ticket. >> last thing i want to do is give you a ticket. i've don't think you need. you are going to get it taken care of. >> can i give you a hug? >> sure, you can give a hug. >> what kind of soda are you going to get? >> a root beer. >> do you want one? >> no. >> i think from the commercial she was supposed to give him a pepsi. not a root beer. apparently, little compassion goes a long way. >> officer sherman did get assurances from the driver she would take care of her vehicle violations. >> that was nice. >> sweet moment. >> absolutely. now money for the root beer. no need to pay the fine. all right. coming up, venus williams outs her sister's unborn baby. the pronoun she dropped accidentally during a television interview that revealed the sex. so is it a boy? is it a girl? we have the answer ahead in "the skinny." first, why lebron james is speaking out about family and race and what it's like to be
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here is a classic don't try this at home stunt. these daredevils jumping, partially collapsed bridge, north of charlotte, north carolina, of course. they used dirt bikes and home made ramps to jump a 60-foot gap. apparently no one got hurt. police are now looking for the men who could now face charges. former vice president joe biden launching a political action committee today. this could mean he is considering a run for the white house in 2020. the pac will allow him to remain active in the democratic party, raise money for candidates and maintain relationships with donors. biden is 74 years old. he has said in the past he probably won't run. but he hasn't ruled it out. to disturbing discovery at national museum of african american history and culture in washington, d.c. visitors found a noose on the floor in a gallery and exhibit on segregation. museum officials have condemned it as an act of hatred and intolerance.
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this the second noose found at the smithsonian museum there on the mall in less than a week. the other one found friday at nearby hirschorn museum. a symbol of racial hatred was spray painted on the home of one of america's biggest athletes. >> as he prepares for the nba finals tonight, lebron james took time to speak out about family, race and how tough it is to be black in america. here is abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: on the eve of game one of the nba finals, cleveland cavaliers star lebron james is speaking out about vandalism at his l.a. home. >> my family is safe. at the end of the day they're safe. that's most important. >> reporter: the front gate spray painted with the n-word. >> racism will always be a part of the world, part of america. you know, hate, in america, especially for african-americans, is -- is living every day. >> reporter: the graffiti on lebron's $20 million brentwood estate since has been covered
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up. >> no matter how many people admire you, being black in america is -- is tough. and we got a long way to go. you know, for us as a society, and for us as african-americans until we feel equal in america. >> reporter: the lapd is investigating the incident as an act of vandalism and possible hate crime. they also believe that the entire incident was captured on surveillance video. linsey davis, abc news, new york. so history will be made tonight when lebron and the cavaliers tip off against the warriors. they become the first two teams to ever meet in three straight nba finals. >> the cavaliers are the defending champs. their dramatic comeback to win the title in seven games last year will be pretty difficult to beat. >> steph curry and warriors are looking for some revenge. game one tonight in oakland. starts at 9:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. we are kind of excited to see
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these guys, once again. >> always a good game. that's the thing. >> yeah, like the rubber match. >> kept us on our toes last time. despite temperatures in the 60s, there was a heat wave in duluth, minnesota. >> helicopter carrying dorito's, heat wave flavored chips, dropped a pallet of doritos in one of the city's parks. now duluth was chosen it registered one of the coldest temperatures in the country on memorial day. just 59 degrees. >> then looked like district 13 of the hunger games. everybody just came out. >> there you go. >> dorito's to warm you up on a cold day. does it work that way, i don't know. >> don't know. >> huh. >> we could. where is our drop? >> seems cold here on memorial day. when we come back, the really big purchase the obamas just made. >> what we are now learning about serena william's baby. "the skinny" is next.
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♪ skinny so skinny time now for "the skinny," starting with the obamas. setting down new roots. >> yes, they are, same place they have been setting down roots. they have been renting this mansion in the exclusive neighborhood of washington, d.c. for an estimated $22,000 a month. and now, they have purchased it for $8.1 million. my description, victorian, tudor, colonial, georgian, style. >> pretty, brick, big. >> house with a roof. fixer upper. but, in other words, our expert on everything, descriptive, what is it? >> kendis and diane, a 1928 english tudor revival not confused with english tudor built of stone or half timbers with windows. this house is brick with square
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paned windows. >> i got the brick part. >> i got the -- >> forgot to mention it has windows. there you go. back to things we actually understand. it has eight bedrooms. it has nine and a half bathrooms. beautiful hardwood floors. updated kitchen. also, lots of space upstairs. they have got their own ensuite. >> yes, for mrs. obama's mother. mrs. robertson, and as well as his/hers master bathrooms. >> i like that. key to a happy marriage right there. you stay in your bathroom. i will stay in mine. >> sure we are screwing up the description of that as well. >> sorry, matt. >> something deeper to his/her bathroom. next, to a big, oops, from venus williams. >> while venus was busy winning second round at a french open. a reporter asked her what her sister serena's baby will call her?
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>> when she responded, she is going to call me favorite aunt. she is going to call me favorite aunt. >> key word in that sentence. she. that was new information. no one knew the gender of the baby. venus went on to say we are all like, baby v, baby lynn, baby cher. we all want the baby named after us. >> i could see that. >> not the first oops. serena revealed her public pregnancy announcement itself was also an accident. she confessed in snapchat, that revealed she was 20 weeks along was sent out by mistake. >> see, we just have to stop, keeping secrets from us. that's the lesson here. tell us everything, serena. we want to know. >> serena and her fiance, reddit co-founder expecting their first child this fall. we know it is a girl. >> yay. next to that spiderman star, andrew garfield. like we have never seen him before. apparently multitalented.
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>> yes, he is. garfield is doing theater in london. and he recently dropped by the london stop of the drag review. work the world. that's wer xwrx. with an e and a q. and then this happened. >> the voice. ♪ i'm every woman it's all in me ♪ ♪ >> whoa! oh. >> wow. >> shut the front door. >> so if this whole, you know, academy award nominee, acting thing doesn't work out, he has a future as a drag queen, i think. by the way this segment of the drag snow was called wig in a box. >> look at that. bravo. bravo. andrew garfield. man, he has got it down pat. >> back flip and everything. awesome.
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>> sort of like michael jackson and then some. wouldn't you say. >> moves. well, finally, hopefully he will do beyonce soon. mark your calendars. beyonce is coming back. we now know the dates for next year's coachella. >> even more importantly we have the dates that beyonce will perform. her pregnancy forced her to drop out of this year's coachella, replaced by lady gaga. already announced, as one of next year's headliners. >> yeah, so next year, coachella dates. weekend one, we now know, friday, april 13. little earlier this year than last year. this one. through sunday april 15th. weekend two, friday april 20th through sunday april 22nd. >> tickets go on sale tomorrow. because beyonce is headlining now they're expecting to go fast. if you want them, going to have to do that thing where you hover over the mouse. try to click as soon as you possibly can. >> doesn't matter. people are going to get the tickets anyway.
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really bad ones? >> yes, yes. >> reporter: me, too. >> i was at the beach in delaware and i remember being pink like a lobster. >> reporter: report by mayo clinic says skin cancer is on the rise. a 191% jump for women between 30 and 39 years old. and a 246% jump for women, 40-49. and that jump happened while there are more products than ever promising protection. like this moisturizer with spf 25 that libby alkali applies every morning. >> i want to protect my complexion. figure if there is something else i should be doing. >> reporter: but according to dermatologist whitney bow she says moisturizers offer spf with incidental coverage but not protection. and even when we do pull out the dedicated sunscreen. >> typical american uses about half of what they need. when it comes to sun protection. >> reporter: as a result, the spf number matters.
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>> if you're using spf 60 or 80. you are getting spf 30 and 40. rule of thumb. apply double what you think you need and reach for the higher spfs. >> reporter: finally, application is vital when it comes to sun protection. after applying spf 50 we scanned her face again. results she is getting great coverage but missing key areas like her eyelids and lips that are very sensitive to sun damage. while you may think using a spray gets everything covered perfectly. >> catch with the spray is after you spray it, you have to rub it in with your hands. or else you don't get even protection on the skin. >> reporter: so your sunscreen formula. double your usual spf and double how much you use. typically shot glass full for your body. rub it in thoroughly. becky worley, abc news, new york. >> becky knows how to get our attention. that would make sense. >> shot glass, we are listening. can't they make a booth you walk in. and turn. >> didn't they do that. >> talks care of it. >> that's what i want. >> what's your spf? >> 15. >> 30. >> if i use 30 like wearing a
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making news in america this morning, president trump says he'll announce today if the u.s. will withdraw from the paris accord. nearly 200 countries have signed on to the landmark climate agreement. so will the u.s. break rank? we're live in washington. breaking overnight a massive explosion rocks an ethanol plant in america's heartland. new pictures in showing the leveled building. what we're learning about injuries. tiger woods, dazed and confused. police released dash cam video. see what he told officers and the damage to his car. plus, developing overnight, mr. met gets fired. the lovable mascot goes rogue after a major loss. see the video of that cost him his job.

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