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mickey hat at my desk. should i go get it? >> sure. >> grab mine too. it matches my shirt. >> be right back. >> mason's pretty excited too. >> you're going to meet mickey mouse. oh, baby. >> that's the reaction you want. >> you'll notice here they did everything that you're supposed to do once you get to disney world, they took in some shows, rode some rides, had a good old time at the resort, played in the pool. >> i would rather be there so much right now. this next little guy josh is about to get a big surprise also. they hand him this backpack and inside are bags and other clues. there's food in this one. >> why do we need food? good guess, but we're going on a road trip. >> inside the next bag is a toothbrush. >> toothbrush.
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>> why do we need a toothbrush? we're not going home. keep opening. >> i can see something. >> yep. >> oh, my gosh! >> what is it? >> oh, excited. so excited. >> look at him go. oh, he cracked. i got daddy goose bumps. >> are you happy? thanks for watching, everybody. the next episode of "rtm" is all new.
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this video from china a good reminder why you don't want to cut off a driver especially if it is a large truck. >> yes. >> you can see the truck tipped over on to the audi, suv, spilling gravel all over. burying the car. then the truck itself also falls on to the suv. all this happened behind, a tanker truck as well. workers helped the suv get out of the vehicle. luckily. they got out just fine. everyone was okay. >> yeah. two men have been charged with manslaughter in that deadly oakland warehouse fire. the prosecutor says ghost ship warehouse founder and his associate max harris knowingly created a firetrap. the prosecutor saying it was illegal for them to use the warehouse for music events and social gatherings. you may recall 36 people died in the fire during an electric dance party in december. day two of bill cosby's sexual assault trial set to get under way outside philadelphia today after emotional start
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to day one. >> the comedian once known as america's dad had plenty of support. here is abc's linsey davis. >> bill cosby entered a pennsylvania courtroom flanked by former tv daughter in a show of support. the famed comedian was charged with felony aggravated indecent assault, stemming from an incident at his home in 2004 where andrea constand, a temple university employee says he drugged and sexually assaulted her. prosecutors say the case is trust, betrayal and inability to consent. while cosby accused by more than 50 women of drugging and/or sexual misconduct. jurors are hearing from one other accuser in the case, former assistant to cosby's agent cried as she painstakingly testified he made her take a pill before sexually assaulting her. >> the judge determined the other allegation was close enough to this one, such that it could show a pattern and practice, an mo by bill cosby. >> cosby's attorney pounced. pointing out multiple inconsistencies in her story.
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cosby tweeted this photo, thanking keisha knight pulliam, who played rudy huxtable, for her support. >> i am showing up in the manner if it was reversed i would want someone to show up for me. >> the defense argued andrea constand changed her story multiple times, told detectives she never contacted cosby after the incident but says that phone logs indicate she called him 53 times. linsey davis, abc news, norristown, pennsylvania. bob dylan can scratch off last requirement on nobel prize checklist. might remember he skipped official ceremony in december. then accepted the prize in a private ceremony. in order to cash in on that prize though he also had to deliver a mandatory lecture. well that was due in four days. dylan recorded his 26 minute talk in los angeles sunday. he won the prize for literature, emfa sized his art was something much different. >> my songs are alive in the
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land of the living. the songs are unlike literature. they're meant to be sung, not read. shakespeare plays meant to be acted on the stage as lyrics and songs are meant to be sung not read on a page. >> well fine then. >> sound very dylanesque. isn't it. that would be a great song right there. to be. new nobel prize release. >> yes. at first, he didn't even acknowledge winning it. and that took several days. >> don't know if he got the message. >> then finally responded he didn't show up at the ceremony there in scandinavia, sweden. and then here, got around tight. >> busy washing his hair. can't you tell. >> he by the way finishes the requirements which means now he can cash in on $900,000 which i am sure he really need. >> would have been there well before the ceremony. hey. >> just got to work on winning the nobel prize then. >> exactly.
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when we come back, the high drama on the bachelorette. we will hear from our analyst. >> why halle berry is asking can a girl have a steak and fries? "the skinny" is next. fries? "the skinny" is next. this scarf all that's my left to rememb... sayonara. what. she washed this like a month ago! the long lasting scent of gain. now available in matching scents across your entire laundry routine.
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the apartment building where the fire was. when things like this happen, i think you find a new perspective on life. hi. red cross put us in a hotel so we were able to stay together. we're strong and, if we overcame that or if we can overcome that, we can overcome anything, so. [ sniffle ]
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♪ skinny so skinny >> uh-huh. >> so much in this action-packed "the skinny." starting with the action-packed episode three of "the bachelorette." >> a lot went down. chief national bachelor analyst breaks it down for us. jack. >> rachel's journey to find love. >> we have an uninvited guest. >> you are kidding me. >> what the hell is demario doing here. >> yesterday i completely [ bleep ] up. i want to let you know i can't let you go. >> yesterday that was a boy. i'm looking for a man. i'm glad you have realized you should move forward.
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but i need you to move forward isn't that way to the mansion. forward is outside of it. >> that didn't go so well. there was a group date. >> i'm going to give the group date rose to eric. >> so, eric. >> got to thin out the crowd a bit. >> i am just not feeling the same way that you are. i'm sorry. >> whatever. >> i don't know if, if like it's a crush on me. the other night, like, you know, he was, over my bed, you know, peeling a banana and he was like licking the banana like this. >> uh-huh. >> i woke up. i was like, why, why is this? >> is this real or a joke? >> that happened. >> one of those is for sure not true. i don't eat carbs. i am on a ketogenic diet. i don't eat bananas.
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>> okay. >> rose ceremony time. honestly didn't expect this. it is unfortunate that i was in the same category as -- that drama. i know. i get it. >> i feel like if you weren't here i would have had a real shot of getting to know rachel. but because you were too busy, making a joke out of this experience, i'm going home, you win, lucas. >> one guarantee, the most emotional season of the bachelorette yet, continues, next week. analyst out. >> i do love that. after all that story. his biggest contention was, how dare you accuse me of eating carbs. >> ha-ha. i didn't know bananas were a bad thing. that was his take away. no, i was not licking a banana in a wrong way because i don't eat carbs. >> that was bizarre. >> they mud wrestled. >> got intense by the way. >> it did.
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>> should have contracts with wwe, bachelorette thing doesn't work out. >> then picked eric. gave him the rose. all the other guys were talking trash about eric. she was like, i don't know. there has been a lot of drama ma. >> drama. >> five guys. sent home. blake, jamie, lucas, and waboom. >> waboom. >> comedian. or, failed comedian. >> fred from texas. sorry. >> no worries. >> we saw demario. demario's big attempt at an apology and reconciliation. >> nice of him to try. >> good try. next to halle berry denying pregnancy rumors. >> rumors reignited when the oscar winner stepped out at the butterfly ball in los angeles. >> the red carpet, silver form fitting dress. also sporting what many assumed was a baby bump. >> yep. but instead, it was more like she ate a butterball turkey.
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rep denied pregnancy rumors. berry took to instagram, saying if anything that bump is a food baby. saying can a girl have some steak and fries. >> amen, halle berry. >> preach. >> cheeseburgers if she wanted it. >> some was because of the way sunny was caressing. >> that way is strange. we all get a food baby now and then. >> nothing wrong with that. >> speak for yourself. i wear my spanx every day. don't know about you. >> eat the cheeseburgers every day. >> keep it all high and tight. faith hill and tim mcgraw's private island oasis. >> private power couple, bought the island 14 years ago hoping to replace a shack with their dream home. after a decade of construction what they got in the end is now featured in the july issue of architectural digest. the whole thing is breathtaking. >> eight pavilions, open air passage ways, describes it as
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♪ you make me feel like i'm living a teenage dream ♪ >> dream being the key word. ♪ you make me feel like i'm living a teenage dream ♪ >> dream being the key word. katy perry we can't sleep. the motto here on "world news now." >> sleep deprivation. forgot the name of our own show. >> ha-ha. so estimated 90 million people who are blessed enough to sleep, snore. according to the national sleep foundation. >> but a new device promising to bring blissful, peaceful sleep to millions of couples waging
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their snore wars. here is paula faris. >> prentice gray is a chronic snorer. >> my snoring doesn't impact me. >> he might be in denial about his effects if you ask his wife, leslie. >> you know? >> they spent $3,000 on various anti-snoring tools from headphones, dental appliances. it's gotten so bad, most nights. leslie kicks him out of bed. >> i have a second bed over in my office. >> it is annoying. he is my husband. i would look to sleep with him. >> reporter: last month. leslie bought a kick starter campaign, this device is like nothing else on the market. makers of the device say it detects when you snore and and inflates an insert in your pillow that moves your head, changing head and neck position to stop the snoring. >> sleep in any position or any part of the pillow. our patent pending design is effective.
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smart norah has not undergone studies. research shows changing the angle of the neck might help with snoring. it worked for prentice. >> best solution. >> when it works it works well. >> it is not perfect. leslie says not always consistent. often not fast enough to stop his snoring before she wakes. still, it's a huge improvement. >> i was excited. being able to have a good night's sleep and, wake up with my husband was a really nice thing. >> thanks to paula. should mention by the way, that smart norah is a nonmedical device. the company doesn't make any claims about sleep apnea or medical conditions. >> you don't need a special pillow. use it with your pillow. works in any sleeping position. if that fails, use the actual pillow. >> there is that. wake up, you are snoring. >> keep it down back there, jack. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades,
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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. british police publicly identified two of three london attackers while revealing that one was on their radar for several years. they also have released the 12 people arrested in connection with the attacks. we have full details coming up. sheriff's deputies calling a work place shooting in orlando an execution. police say john newman killed five people before turning the gun on himself. fired from the company in april. las vegas police officer will face criminal charges in the death of an unarmed man. he thought a man was trying to commit a carjacking. brown was tasered, punched and put in a chokehold. first two games of the nba finals this year are getting the highest tv ratings since michael jordan's final championship. 19 years ago. game three by the way right here
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on abc tomorrow night, 9:00 p.m. in cleveland. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, june 6th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." an exciting game. there in cleveland. possibly a comeback for the cavs. we'll start with the activities taking place in london right now. so police this morning have released 12 of the people who were arrested in connection with this past weekend's attacks. >> officials publicly identified two of the three terrorists but haven't named the third man yet. investigators say they're making significant progress but there is a lot of criticism about why more hasn't been done to prevent these attacks. abc's eva pilgrim reports. >> reporter: it was 18 minutes of terror on a saturday night. pedestrians mowed down on a london bridge. >> leave the area! >> reporter: people fleeing the long knives of attacker, running
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for their lives. as shots rang out. [ gunfire ] >> trying to keep myself safe. london police identifying two of three suspects as khuram bud, and rachid redouane, and leaving grief stricken families. >> our pain will never diminish it is important for us to all carry on with our lives in direct opposition to those who would try to destroy us. >> security camera footage revealing traumatic moments up close. a restaurant manager, hustles people inside. the attackers approach, trying to enter. a terrifying tug-of-war begins as the manager guards the door way and forces the door shut as one of the machete wielding attackers tries to get inside.
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heard the barrage of gunfire and took cover under a table. >> 70 or 80 people squeezed into the pub. >> while the city mourns, some are asking serious questions about why saturday's attackers, at least one of whom was known to police, weren't under closer surveillance. >> we ask ourselves, should we have known? could this have been prevented? >> reporter: last year, 27-year-old khuram butt appeared in "jihadist next door." >> some one had an isis looking flag on them. >> he is seen in a tense confrontation with police officers. >> why are you touching me for? >> british counterterrorism authorities say butt was on their radar in 2015, but that there was no evidence he was planning an attack. at a vigil in london, messages of unity, and love. >> you see the men with all these t-shirts saying i am muslim. ask me anything. we need to do more as a community. need how to come out. be here. show people we are humans.
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>> we have to recognize some people want to divide our communities. some people thrive on feuding division. that's not me, not the london i know. >> eva pilgrim, london. breaking overnight. authorities treating a deadly hostage standoff in melbourne, australia as terror attack. the suspect killed a man and took a woman hostage before dying in a shootout with police. three police officers were also wounded. isis is claiming that that gunman is one of its fighters. authorities say the gunman was acquitted seven years ago of plotting a suicide attack in sydney. he was paroled in november for crimes unrelated to extremism. and we are seeing new images of the boy who became a symbol of tragedy in aleppo. the boy and his family interviewed by a staunchly pro government channel in syria. the first we have seen him since his bloodied image sparked outrage around the world. his family now says the boy's image was used to discredit syrian regime. the family is in aleppo.
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return to our top story and london attacks and series of tweets from president trump, has london's may your again calling for the british government to cancel the president's state visit due in this fall. tweets have led to questions of whether president trump is just picking a fight. here is abc's jonathan carl. >> reporter: the white house is defending the president's tweets attacking the mayor of london. >> why is the president picking a fight with the mayor of london after his city was hit by a terrorist attack? >> i don't see that the president is picking a fight with the mayor of london at all. >> reporter: less than 24 hours after at take, the president tweeted, quote, at least seven dead and 48 wounded, and terror attack, and the mayor of london says there is no reason to be alarmed. and the president accused the mayor of offering a pathetic excuse for his words. in fact, the president took london mayor sadiq kahn out of context. here is what he actually said.
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>> london will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days. no reason to be alarmed. one of the things we need to make sure we are safe as we can be. >> the mayor warned the threat level remained severe. >> it means an attack across the country is highly likely. so we have, would all be vigilant. >> the president directly misrepresented what the mayor of london said. >> i don't think that's actually true. i think the media wants to spin it that way. >> you thing the mayor was saying there is no reason to be alarmed by an attack on his city, what he was saying? >> i think the point is, there is a reason to be alarmed. this from the mayor all. haw i don't have time to refer to tweets from donald trump. we aren't going to allow anybody whether donald trump or anybody else to divide our communities. >> the president is using the attack to reignite the debate over his travel ban tied up in the courts. tweeting the justice department should have stayed with the original travel ban, not the watered down, politically correct version they submitted
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to the supreme court. but he is criticizing his own justice department. and in a so-called watered down travel ban that he himself signed. jonathan carl, abc news the white house. the federal contractor with top secret security clearance has been charged with leaking classified information about russian election hacking to the media. the first criminal leak case under president trump. 25 year old reality winner, accused of taking nsa report from the government facility mailing it to the intercept. yesterday, that website published what appears to be a redacted version of the report. it describes how russian intelligence infiltrated a software company that handled voter related information, targeted local election officials. it doesn't indicate whether or not they succeeded in obtaining that information that they needed. president trump will not use executive privilege to stand in the way of former director,
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james comey, as he prepares to testify before a senate committee thursday. the white house said the president wants to facilitate a swift, thorough examination of the facts. comey is expected to discuss their private conversations. lawmakers want to know if the president tried to obstruct or influence the investigation into russian election meddling. president trump calling on congress to privatize the air traffic control system. signed a memo and a plan to transfer flight control from faa to private nonprofit organization. he insists his plan to modernize the system would increase safety and cut wait times for passengers. opponents say it would give too much power to special interests, and the airline industry. move on to sports, shall we? nashville predators the best home team in the stanley cup playoffs. proved it again last night. predators broke a 1-1 tie in the second period of game four. against pittsburgh. nashville went on to a 4-1 victory to even up the series at two games apiece. the predators are now 9-1 on home ice in the post season. the series though, moves to pennsylvania. is that charles barkley up there
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in the stands? loving the game. moves back to pennsylvania thursday night for game five. oklahoma beat florida, 7-5, game one of the women acollege world series. the game took 17 innings. actually just ended. >> the longest game ever in the women's college world series. all most 5 1/2 hours. the sooners are defending champions. the gators, are the top seed. all of hank williams' friends, juniors friends are coming become to monday night football. williams, all of my friend, song is set as the the -- the opening dropped in 2009 after williams made controversial comments involving then president barack obama. the song returns for the september 11th opener between new orleans and minnesota. there is something new at eiffel tower.
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>> yes, a zip line. starts on the second floor, 400 feet above the ground. the ride opened yesterday. but will be open for one week. passengers carried half a mile at 60 miles an hour. lasts less than a minute. >> looks slow until you see ricochet at end. isn't the first time zip lining has been offered from the building. the last time it was from the first floor. the eiffel tower also has a third floor by the way. maybe next year, we'll see. maybe even higher. >> then of course it reaches, you know, more than 100 feet tin the air. >> go straight for it. >> just go off to the top. >> none of this ease, go for it. coming up. the apps on your phone that nay be spying on you. how your phone might be tracking not only your shopping habits but your every move. the harvard hopefuls who weren't private enough with their online comments. why the school has rescinded, the admission to several incoming freshmen.
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first, a look at today's temperatures. al mean a.
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>> two men are facing charges. >> today my office filed felony criminal complaints against derek almena, and max harris. >> reporter: two men facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. one for each person who died in the devastating december fire last year. the alameda county district attorney saying ghost ship warehouse founder and his associate max harris knowingly created a firetrap. >> with inadequate means of escape they then filled that area with human beings and are now facing the consequences of their actions. >> the da saying the men illegally turned the building into a residence and allowing this. endless clutter. floor to ceiling storage of flammable material. and make shift staircases lit and difficult to navigate.
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>> on december 2, 2016, particularly, they actually blocked one of the points of egress leaving one way to get out of the second floor of that building. >> the da also saying almeda illegally used warehouse for music events and social gatherings. on the night of the fire nearly attending a dance party on its second floor. almena and harris face up to 39 years in prison if convicted. several weeks after the fire, al mena's attorney said he did not engage in conduct. and responsible for not cracking down on code violations at the warehouse. diane, kendis. turning to a medical headline and babies where they should sleep. researchers at penn state say the sooner infants are placed in their own room the better they sleep. study find 4-month-old babies sleeping by themselves average 45 minutes more uninterrupted sleep. at 9 months babies sleep uninterrupted 40 minutes longer and 20 minutes longer overall. the study contradicts american
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academy of pediatrics which recommend, infants, parents share a room up to a year to reduce sids. scott mills is walking again despite a spinal cord injury five years ago. he fell 24 feet while building a tree house. no one thought he would ever walk again. well, now he is the first graduate of a program in north carolina that trained him to walk with a $95,000 exoskeleton. one place he plans to walk soon is down the aisle. >> good excuse. >> with his girlfriend. motivation for you. >> one of his big goals. >> girlfriend in the video. her name is tanya. >> very cool. the company is carolina rehabilitation in charlotte. very cool work. coming up. harvard is slamming the door on nearly a dozen incoming freshmen. their acceptances rescinded. that's next. ptances rescinded. that's next. ext.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ school's out for summer ♪ school's out for summer >> school's out. >> school's out. >> taking on different meaning for former harvard hopefuls, scrambling to find schools to attend this fall. >> the good news you have been accepted to harvard. the bad news, we're going to look at your facebook page. yeah, harvard pulled back on at least ten incoming freshmen because of obscene memes they shared on a private facebook page, nicole burly of powerhouse station in boston has the story.
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>> reporter: the hallowed gates of harvard closed to at least 10 perspective students. >> social media lighting up after harvard college rescinded admissions offers to those incoming members of the class of 2021 for posting explicit messages and memes in private facebook group chat. >> made the decision to put their admission at risk. stand behind harvard's decision. think it is harsh. >> the harvard crimson outlining the content of the memes. some sexually explicit, others, targeting ethnic minorities. harvard releasing a statement, saying, we do not comment publicly on the admissions status of individual applicants. adding, harvard college reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission if an admitted student engages or has engaged in behavior that brings into question their honesty, maturity, or moral character. >> i think it was the appropriate response. harvard is a safe community for everybody.
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this is behavior that has no place in our community. >> students now a days they don't realize what they think is private will become public. >> very happy that none of these things were around. >> ha-ha. >> like facebook. >> applying or in college. >> you wouldn't make it past the, the strict parameters of getting into bu. >> i went to bc. i know you just say that to annoy me. >> ha-ha. >> how was oswego? they were strict? >> it all depended on how much you can drink in a night. that was their parameters, state university of oswego. >> didn't have computers back then, you were in the clear. >> surprised we made it into tv. all we had was the talkies. coming up watchful eye of big brother. in your pocket. >> oh, boy. those apps on your smart phone to cash in on great deals may be chipping away at your personal privacy information. big brother is watching you.
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♪ ♪ >> there is a camera creeping on ♪ ♪ >> there is a camera creeping on us right now. >> figure where that was. it is right off to our right. what could possibly be more convenient than getting an alert on your smart phone about a great deal while you are in a store? >> very convenient. >> winning. >> great deals may be costing you a big chunk of your privacy. here is becky worley. >> reporter: have you received notification on your phone from one of your favorite brands. seems ridiculously well timed. >> all of a sudden, the gap, will pop up on my phone.
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saying i have a coupon and i can go shopping. >> every day. >> every time i go that way. >> ever get ads on your phone that seem to know where you are? >> absolutely. >> he says urban outfitters app has his number. >> when i come within like 50 feet, get, hey did you know there is a sell ending in a couple days. >> reporter: not just coincidence. shopping apps from macy's, urban outfitters use the phone's gps to access your location. >> they have technologies that can follow you as you walk through sectors of the store. and connect to your data. so, they know who you are. >> sure enough after i installed the app it pings me as i work into a store in philadelphia. in san francisco. it was almost a block away when the app lit my phone up with noteifications. it makes sense, their best chance to get me into the store is when i am close by. macy's notifications were even more interesting. they pinged me when i entered the store in philadelphia. just put my hand on the door handle. notification popped up, saying, welcome to macy's.
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they know i'm here. then again in san francisco, two timely notifications. not in a macy's store, get this while in other stores. sent me a 30% off notification while i was in this store, one of their direct competitors. they also ping me while i was in a small independent boutique. literally in the dressing room. in addition to gps, stores are using bluetooth, wifi and phone microphone to let them know where you are. selectively target you with ad. retailers hoping to keep your money in their stores and off the internet. >> make stores into the internet. >> yeah, essentially be able to track people in stores, like we track people online. and then connect the two. ♪ >> thanks to becky there. macy's told abc that its app only sends relevant stores to users who opted into location based communication when they are geographically near a macy's store. >> basically take location service off if you want privacy.
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charged with giving top secret info about targeting voter information. does this signal the start of a larger crackdown. >> new information learning about the suspects in the london terror attack. >> we are breaking down the best days for the best travel deals of the season. which day is the cheapest. why that is a good thing as the summer holidays approach. okay, we know gas prices are rising, but this is just a little bit too much. going to find out exactly what is going on here. and perhaps an answer to how
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they will all get on that plane -- let's get to it. tuesday, june 6th. don't want to watch any more of that happening. >> you will love the story. for you. >> slithery. slimy. everything you do not want on a tuesday morning. >> sure to get to that. start things off with the first criminal leak case under president trump. intelligence contractor charged with passing classified information to the media. >> the justice department says the 25-year-old, named reality winner, confessed to giving an online news outlet an nsa report on russian election hacking. winter had top security clearance at a facility in augusta, georgia. >> accused of mailing it to the intercept, and published the document yesterday. it describes two cyberattacks by russian military intelligence. it says hackers targeted a software company.
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>> there has been so much to the story, little bit convoluted. first off the report went live monday afternoon. within an hour of that, did we learn that, reality winner was charged. >> very bizarre. >> bizarre coincidence but we have heard strong wording from president trump quite some time about all the leaks coming out of the white house, or about white house information. and, the determination to stop them from happening. so now the question is, is this sort of any evidence of a larger crackdown what ramifications that could have. >> we should say documents from the intercept, that website, they don't necessarily say that the russians had any success in actually hacking the u.s. elections. but they say that they attempted to do so. and it is one thing that they were worried what happened in 2016. but also potential for 2018 and
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beyond. >> where it stand from this report no evidence that they managed to penetrate the voting machines or get hands on voter information. >> one more note before we move on. there can be so many jokes, reality bites. reality, i mean, the name reality winner. >> which means you know "the new york post" and the daily news headlines. >> my gosh. >> a real name. >> are going to be interesting. >> reality lee winner. >> had to read it few times. >> for real. more on that. >> it is a reality. >> it is a reality. and it bites this morning for some. the white house in the meantime, has confirmed president trump will not use executive privilege to stop former fbi director james comey from testifying before congress. >> comey set to testify thursday about his conversations with the president. it will be his first public comments since abruptly fired. abc's mary bruce has more from capitol hill. >> that blockbuster testimony from the fired fbi director is moving forward. the white house now says definitively president trump won't try to block him. >> president trump will not assert executive privilege regarding james comey's
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testimony. >> sources say comey is angry after being fired without warning. thursday he will get to tell his side of the story. front and center private conversations with the president. he is preparing to answer questions about the memos he wrote, detailing their encounters. >> what is your one key question for him? >> we have seen the reports attributed to comey, questions are about whether that's how it happened. no one heard directly. >> lawmakers eager to know did president trump ask comey to pledge his loyalty. did the president pressure comey to drop his investigation into fired national security adviser michael flynn. and did comey tell the president he wasn't under investigation as trump claims. hanging over the hearing, the biggest question of all. is there any evidence of collusion between the trump team and the russians? >> there is a lot of smoke. we have no smoking gun at this point. but there is a lot of smoke. >> no word yet on when we may see the memos.
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lawmakers remain hopeful. members of the committee i talked with say comey is expected to detail the personal conversations he had with the president. mary bruce, abc news, capitol hill. >> mary there on the hill. going to be busy days there. reminder to tune in to abc, thursday, for live coverage of comey's testimony. starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern. president trump meanwhile accused of undermining his own administration with series of tweets about his stalled travel ban. the president now says his revised executive order limiting travel from six predominantly muslim countries is "watered down." he doubled down on the phrase travel ban after aides denied it was a ban. he criticized his justice department saying it should have stuck with the original order. kellyanne conway's husband, a conservative attorney says the president's comments won't help get votes for the ban in the supreme court. the president was back on twitter last night spelling out travel ban in all caps. adding that a politically correct term won't help us
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protect our people. >> fallout from the president's tweets this time following at take in london. tragedy led to more tension between the president and london mayor. sadiq kahn renewed his call for the british government to cancel the president's visit. hours after the president again tweeted about the mayor. kahn's post attacked comments, calling them pathetic. kahn said great britain shouldn't roll out the red carpet for trump. >> one of the things when you have a special relationship, is not different, no different to when you have a close mate. you stand with them in times of adversity. but you call them out when they're wrong. and there are many things that i wish, donald trump is wrong. >> the mayor also said, says that he doesn't have time to respond to tweets from donald trump. kahn called for the state visit to be canceled after the muslim travel ban announced in january. british officials have
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identified two of the three men who carried out saturday's attack in london. however, they have also released all 12 people arrested in the case without filing charges. abc's correspondent has more. >> reporter: two of the men who went on a murderous rampage in the heart of london, now identified as khuram butt, and rachid redouane. butt, haunting images of saturday's carnage emerging. security video showing harrowing moments as a restaurant manager tried to save people. hurrying them inside as the knife wielding terrorist tried to get in. [ gunfire ] >> i'm trying to keep myself safe. >> italian photographer caught outside on the street as eight officers fired 50 rounds gunning down three assailants. all three wearing fake suicide belts, a ply to ensure police would be forced to shoot. terrorists killing seven. wounding nearly 50. among the dead, 30-year-old
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canadian, chrissy archibald, died in her fiance's arms after being struck by the white van driven into her on the bridge. her family, saying, telling them chrissy sent you. at a vigil for victims. london's mayor, vowing his city will never bend to terror. >> as a proud, patriotic, british muslim, i say this, you do not commit these disgusting acts in my name. >> the london attack coming just days before the british election. security now top of mind as voters head off to the polls on thursday. diane, kendis. >> thanks to ariel there at london bridge. in the uk. learning new details about a deadly work place shooting back here in the united states. in orlando. the former employee, john newman, army veteran who went through the warehouse singling out his victims. killed five people before turning the gun on himself.
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fired from the company which makes awnings for rvs and in april. arrested in 2014 after an altercation with an employee never charged. we are getting to new video from arizona where a car ended up in a pool in scottsdale. the firefighters were able to rescue the man who police say is disabled. no word yet on what caused the crash. and in nearby phoenix, the desert heat took a toll on a car window. a woman was driving the car when the rear window shattered. at first she thought it was gunfire. but experts say the high heat that caused an already damaged piece of glass to shatter. >> wow. >> the high yesterday by the way was 108 degrees in phoenix. meanwhile drivers at rural georgia gas station had a problem when they found they had company filling up. >> kendis, take it away. >> inside the pump was a snake. one of the customers came to the rescue. his name is brandon radkey.
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>> your voice cracked a lot less than i expected while you read that one. >> concentrating on the teleprompter. >> trying not to look at the screen right now. how is it going? >> great. >> see. >> carry on. >> do you need gas that much? >> apparently. brandon radkey did, yeah. so he apparently used the nozzle to move the snake. easy. grab the by the head. can't turn and bite you. appreciate it. no big deal. he loves snakes. he wrapped his hand with a shirt just to be careful. >> no, great news though. he released it into the woods. >> oh, it is still out there. >> still out there. >> appreciate that little add-on. >> despite the price tag or whatever. that is reason enough for me to got a tesla. ha-ha. get an electric car. that right there. so. >> see it looks like the gas hose. >> yep, no. no thank you. >> never look at a gas station. >> gas up in new jersey.
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where they do it for you or get a tesla. >> noted. apple squares off against amazon and google. may be late to the game. apple's revealed home pod could turn out to be a game changer. will fans be turned off by the price? high drama on the bachelorette. how the show's first african-american star is handling all of the pressure. you are watching "world news now." how the show's first african-american star is handling all of the pressure. you are watching "world news now."
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michelle obama visiting silicon valley. >> join an open session of apple's annual worldwide developer's conference to discuss how they can empower people from all walks of life. >> crowds of apple fans lined up outside convention center in san jose for a look at new products. our san francisco station was there. ♪ >> absolutely beautiful. we call it homepod.
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>> with pulsating music and slick video, apple showed off latest invention for the masses. a new smart speaker. apple says like ipod reinvented music in the pockets it wants to do the same for music in our home. >> breakthrough home speaker with amazing sound and incredible intelligence. it will reinvent home audio. >> a voice activated speaker that uses siri. apple was late in introducing a speaker to consumers. likely to be comparisons to echo, and google home. home pod is different. >> focusing on music. putting apple music at the center of this. siri interestingly becomes a musicologist. >> one of many things unveiled. new larger 10 1/2 ipad pro promises to be faster introduced. apple showed its progress in virtual reality capabilities using macs, os high sierra. >> stop it right there. >> that was a close one. >> apple also wowed developers
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with a new platform to make augmented reality apps, this 10-year-old invented five apps showing them to tim cook. >> it was amazing. when i showed him my apps he was really astonished. >> 10-year-old invented apps, plural. >> i made a few apps by ten. >> few paper airplanes. that's it. >> fried calamari appetizer. >> did not make those at 10. >> true, touche, not as an adult. 3.49. $349. >> little more than $3.50. >> not bad if it is a good speaker. coming up, most eligible bachelorette on television opening up. >> hear how she feels so far about her suitors. you are watching "world news now". ah.
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a nigh a night of high drama on the bachelorette. last night seemed to bring out the worst in more than one contestant. >> which has a lot of viewers increasingly asking are any guys marriage material. abc's nick watt. >> reporter:
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repercussions. >> part two, showing up. crashing the group date. >> one of the guys like have two families. >> see that's not my type of guy. >> reporter: demario. booted. that was not on his application form. >> surprisingly, demarro did not reveal he had a girlfriend. living with her, intimate with her. right when he was on the plane. >> reporter: this season is breaking the mold. we have horseback riding rodeo drive. mud wrestling. >> it is about me. little fighting. >> this guy. waboom! also booted. rachel linsey is the oldest bachelorette ever. >> i am. i'm old in this world. >> practicing lawyer. smart. together. and yes, rachel is the first african-american bachelor bachelorette in this the 34th cycle of the shows. >> there is absolutely pressure being the first.
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part of my hesitation in saying yes to being the bachelorette. >> she does find love. we know this already. >> rachel is engaged. >> i'm getting married. >> god, a weird show. >> so going to make a believer out of you. my fiancee makes me feel amazing. >> who is he? the clues to the final two. >> typically i have found that i run away from the guy who -- has it all together. but i always run towards the one that's a little bit more challenging. so here i am left with two guys, faced with the exact same situation. when it came down to it, i was really only in love with one of them. >> reporter: who are the real contenders? there is brian. hot and heavy out of the gate. >> i didn't want to kiss anyone the first night. >> next thing you know she is having her face sucked off by brian. >> dean who made that weird comment. >> i am ready to go black and i am never going to go back. >> who did she like first impression?
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first night? >> you know, peter. >> he was very nervous. i appreciated that. because i was nervous too. >> i know everybody likes chocolate. >> i don't like chocolate. >> as a heterosexual man. i found him the best looking. >> okay. >> peter is very handsome. >> josiah. >> i did notice her giving you the glad eye. >> she did. we made eye contact. she was smiling. she saw when i hit the three. >> he is an attorney like rachel. >> i would say he is flirting on the line of being cocky, i don't like cocky. i do appreciate confidence. >> nick watt, "nightline," in los angeles. >> i think jack's choice was brian. >> our man, brian. >> our man brian. >> which one did you think was the hottest? >> um, i don't know, jury is still out. i need to see more of their personalities. many men can ruin that. in our next half hearing from our chief national bachelorette analyst, jack shehan.
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so the s so the summer travel season is here. as you know, and -- cheap air.com has decided sold 11,000 airfares and best days to travel this summer in order to get a cheap fare. >> okay. >> day one. june 6th. >> thanks. >> thanks, cheap air. little too late. today. july 4th. good day to travel. august 22nd. and, tuesday, september 12th. all of them tuesday by the way. just checked. a flight from new york to san diego on august 22nd. it is $50 cheaper on kayak if you fly august 22 than 23.
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july 4th. fly out, about $45 cheaper. >> not saying wow because of the price difference. saying wow because investigative journalism during the mix. >> future member of the ross unit. >> bravo. kendis gibson. news you can use. >> yeah. brian ross is calling. on to one of the videos you have to decide, real or fake. we heard of trying to walk on water. how about just flying right across it. check it out. a guy going down the water slide. most of us land in the pool. not him. goes straight across. >> manages to get his shirt on. this happened, more of, morgan evick in jamaica. the video has 53,000 retweets. >> going with real. >> 91,000 likes. >> real? fake? >> uh. >> team? >> team real. team real. brian says fake. i think brian needs company. fake.
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>> behind the camera doesn't help. maybe a little -- >> when you nod on the phone with someone. >> yeah. next. okay. this is really wonderful thing. this young lady, madeline terrin graduated from chino hills high school in california. congratulations to her. she wanted to do a throw back. this is her on her dad's shoulder, when mom graduated 17 years ago. and, little tbt in the future. today. there she is. >> that is awesome. 17 years later. mom at her own graduation. got to till you, mom and dad maintained pretty well over the 17 years. looking good. quickly get to a mom. solved a problem plagued women for centuries now. mother of boys. and this is her new invention. >> ha-ha. >> it's tough. >> can you laminate those and sell them on the market.
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th this morning on "world news now" -- what the police may have known about the london attackers as british authorities id two suspects. what we are learning about the final days before carrying out the plot. >> the mayor of london firing back at president trump for criticizing his response to the attacks. could their feud be damaging ties between the close allies? plus the new backlash stemming from the president's pulling out of the climate accord. >> new this half-hour, wild crash that led to search-and-rescue mission. >> suv cuts off a truck, sending two vehicles on a nasty messy collision course. how this one ended though in a miraculous conclusion. >> and, yelling, arguing, tears, betrayals, even mud wrestling. >> this is our morning meeting. >> yeah. >> it all went down on "the bachelorette" we get highlights and lowlights from analysts in
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"the skinny" on this tuesday, june 6th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." those men are quite dramatic there on "the bachelorette." i will tell you, this has been a fantastic season there. >> the analyst is killing it. >> the analyst has all details coming up. we'll get to that in "the skinny." but we want to get to the new details coming out of london this morning and the terror attack of course. police conducted at least one new raid early this morning, but no arrests were made. >> also learning the 12 people already arrested on sunday have been released without being charged. also newly released security video shows a struggle in borough market. see an attacker keeps trying to push in the front door but is blocked. you can also see the restaurant manager and patrons barricading the doors and windows. >> 18 minutes after the attack began all three suspects were killed by police.
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more than 130 british imams are refusing to offer islamic burials to them. british police have publicly identified two of the men. and say they were aware of one of them. abc's brian ross with the details. >> reporter: authorities tell abc news the attackers, seen in this video, in the midst of their terror rampage, were led by a man known to police for years as a potential threat. >> we ask ourselves what else should we have known? could this have been prevented? >> reporter: just last year that ring leader, 27-year-old khuram butt featured in a documentary aired on british channel 4 about a group that openly campaigns for strict islamic sharia law, praying before the black flag of islam and getting a confrontation with police. of the some 3,000 people, authorities consider active threats, this group is among the most extreme. >> members of the network which number probably in the hundreds are on the more dangerous end of the spectrum. >> second attacker identified as rachid redouane.
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of libyan or moroccan descent. both men come from this east london neighborhood, where police arrested at least 12 people who have all since been released. neighbors say days agopher, khuram butt father of a toddler and newborn of pakistani descent held a backyard barbecue that some now say seem like a farewell gathering. other neighbors told abc news they called police over the last two years to report the threats butt was making against non-muslims. >> in the name of allah, we believe, i am ready, if i have to kill my own mother if she comes against allah. >> authorities say the three men had been waiting for several months to carry out their attack. and that their decision to act was triggered by this message, posted by isis, just hours earlier. urging followers to attack during the holy month of ramadan with vehicles, guns, and knives. the leader of the london group that the attacker belonged to is
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now in syria, playing a prominent role with isis. brian ross, abc news, new york. >> and the tragedy, the london mayor says the state visit by president trump in october should be canceled after the mayor was criticized yet again on twitter by president trump. mr. trump tweeted mayor sadiq khan telling london residents there was no reason to be alarmed was pathetic. the mayor was referring to extra police presence on the streets nowadays. now the exchanged prompted abc's john carl to ask deputy press secretary sarah sanders if the president is picking a fight. the president directly misrepresented what the mayor of london said. >> i don't think that's actually true. i think the media wants to spin it that way. >> you think the mayor was saying there was no reason to be alarmed by an attack on his city. you think that's what he was saying. >> look, i think the point,
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there is a reason to be alarmed. >> another post attack tweet is creating issues with the administration. saturday the president tweeted the u.s. need the travel ban. he used travel ban again last night as officials insisted the executive order isn't a ban. attorney george conway, husband mind you of white house counselor, kellyanne conway tweeted the president's comments won't help get votes for the order in court. a federal contractor arrested and charged with leaking classified information about russian hacking. the justice department says the 25-year-old, reality winner gave a top secret nsa report to the intertip. the website published what appears to be redacted version of the report. and the article says before last year's election, russian intelligence infiltrated a software company that handled voter related information. there is more backlash over president trump's decision to withdraw from the paris climate accord. acting u.s. ambassador to china has quit over the issue. david rank reportedly told staff his conscience would not allow him to implement the decision. in the meantime, some of the
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nation's prestigious universities say they're committed to fighting climate change, harvard, yale and stanford, are among those pledging to uphold the deal. a new abc poll finds most americans oppose the president's decision on that. our poll found 59% oppose the move while 28% support it. 32% agree with the president's argument that leaving the accord will boost the economy, 42% disagree there. a majority of those polled say the president's action will hurt u.s. leadership around the world. last, last half-hour, we told you, reluctantly about a snake hiding in a gas pump. it is safe now. we have a bear playing the piano while on a food binge. >> at least entertaining us. >> this was the discovery after a break-in at a home in colorado. the kitchen and window apparently had been left open. so the bear decided to help itself to some food from the freezer, then wandered around the house. >> then the homeowner examined the security video and, well
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this is what she found. ♪ >> oh, my gosh. can you imagine. >> he's not very good. someone get that bear some piano lessons. >> the vail police said the chords captured on video were unbearable and the tune was equally grisly. >> maybe we should pause and listen to it again. >> paws, ouch. >> think it was bearable. >> well done. like how carefully the bear is walking around doesn't want to ruin the carpeting. >> it's awesome. >> get to work on piano lessons, buddy. coming up, winning the snore war, for those who sound look a bear. a new high-tech device you tuck under your pillow could help restless nights be nothing but a memory. halle berry, her message to her haters. that's in "the skinny." first, here is today's forecast.
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this v this video from china a good reminder why you don't want to cut off a driver especially if it is a large truck. >> yes. >> you can see the truck tipped over on to the audi, suv, spilling gravel all over. burying the car. then the truck itself also falls on to the suv. all this happened behind a tanker truck as well. workers helped the suv get out of the vehicle. luckily. they got out just fine. everyone was okay. >> yeah. two men have been charged with manslaughter in that deadly oakland warehouse fire. the prosecutor says ghost ship warehouse founder and his associate max harris knowingly created a firetrap. the prosecutor saying it was illegal for them to use the warehouse for music events and social gatherings. you may recall 36 people died in the fire during an electric dance party in december. day two of bill cosby's sexual assault trial set to get under way outside philadelphia today after emotional start to day one. >> the comedian once known as america's dad had plenty of support.
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here is abc's linsey davis. >> bill cosby entered a pennsylvania courtroom flanked by former tv daughter in a show of support. the famed comedian was charged with felony aggravated indecent assault, stemming from an incident at his home in 2004 where andrea constand, a temple university employee says he drugged and sexually assaulted her. prosecutors say the case is trust, betrayal and inability to consent. while cosby accused by more than 50 women of drugging and/or sexual misconduct. jurors are hearing from one other accuser in the case, former assistant to cosby's agent cried as she painstakingly testified he made her take a pill before sexually assaulting her. >> the judge determined the other allegation was close enough to this one, such that it could show a pattern and practice, an mo by bill cosby. >> cosby's attorney pounced. pointing out multiple
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inconsistencies in her story. cosby tweeted this photo, thanking keisha knight pulliam, who played rudy huxtable, support. >> the defense argued andrea constand changed her story multiple times, told detectives she never contacted cosby after the incident but says that phone logs indicate she called him 53 times. linsey davis, abc news, norristown, pennsylvania. bob dylan can scratch off last requirement on nobel prize checklist. might remember he skipped official ceremony in december. then accepted the prize in a private ceremony. in order to cash in on that prize though he also had to deliver a mandatory lecture. well that was due in four days. dylan recorded his 26 minute talk in los angeles sunday. he won the prize for literature, emfa sized his art was something much different. >> my songs are alive in the land of the living.
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the songs are unlike literature. they're meant to be sung, not read. shakespeare plays meant to be acted on the stage as lyrics and songs are meant to be sung not read on a page. >> well fine then. >> sound very dylanesque. isn't it. that would be a great song right there. to be. new nobel prize release. >> yes. at first, he didn't even acknowledge winning it. and that took several days. >> don't know if he got the message. >> then finally responded he didn't show up at the ceremony there in scandinavia, sweden. and then here, got around tight. >> busy washing his hair. can't you tell. >> he by the way finishes the requirements which means now he can cash in on $900,000 which i am sure he really needs. >> would have been there well before the ceremony. hey. >> just got to work on winning the nobel prize then. >> exactly. when we come back, the high drama on the bachelorette. we will hear from our analyst.
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♪ skinny so skinny >> uh-huh. >> so much in this action-packed "the skinny." starting with the action-packed episode three of "the bachelorette." >> a lot went down. >> a lot went down. chief national bachelor analyst breaks it down for us. jack. >> rachel's journey to find love. >> we have an uninvited guest. >> you are kidding me. >> what the hell is demario doing here. >> yesterday i completely [ bleep ] up. i want to let you know i can't let you go. >> yesterday that was a boy. i'm looking for a man. i'm glad you have realized you should move forward.
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but i need you to move forward isn't that way to the mansion. forward is outside of it. >> that didn't go so well. there was a group date. >> i'm going to give the group date rose to eric. >> so, eric. >> got to thin out the crowd a bit. >> i am just not feeling the same way that you are. i'm sorry. >> whatever. >> i don't know if, if like it's a crush on me. the other night, like, you know, he was, over my bed, you know, peeling a banana and he was like licking the banana like this. >> uh-huh. >> i woke up. i was like, why, why is this? >> is this real or a joke? >> that happened. >> one of those is for sure not true. i don't eat carbs. i am on a ketogenic diet. i don't eat bananas. >> okay. >> rose ceremony time.
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honestly didn't expect this. it is unfortunate that i was in the same category as -- that drama. i know. i get it. >> i feel like if you weren't here i would have had a real shot of getting to know rachel. but because you were too busy, making a joke out of this experience, i'm going home, you win, lucas. >> one guarantee, the most emotional season of the bachelorette yet, continues, next week. analyst out. >> i do love that. after all that story. his biggest contention was, how dare you accuse me of eating carbs. >> ha-ha. i didn't know bananas were a bad thing. that was his take away. no, i was not licking a banana in a wrong way because i don't eat carbs. >> that was bizarre. >> they mud wrestled. >> got intense by the way. >> it did. >> should have contracts with
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wwe, bachelorette thing doesn't work out. >> then picked eric. gave him the rose. all the other guys were talking trash about eric. she was like, i don't know. there has been a lot of drama >> drama. >> five guys. sent home. blake, jamie, lucas, and waboom. >> waboom. >> comedian. or, failed comedian. >> fred from texas. sorry. >> no worries. >> we saw demario. demario's big attempt at an apology and reconciliation. >> nice of him to try. >> good try. next to halle berry denying pregnancy rumors. >> rumors reignited when the oscar winner stepped out at the butterfly ball in los angeles. >> the red carpet, silver form fitting dress. also sporting what many assumed was a baby bump. >> yep. but instead, it was more like she ate a butterball turkey.
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rep denied pregnancy rumors. berry took to instagram, saying if anything that bump is a food baby. saying can a girl have some steak and fries. >> amen, halle berry. >> preach. >> cheeseburgers if she wanted it. >> some was because of the way she was caressing. >> that way is strange. we all get a food baby now and then. >> nothing wrong with that. >> speak for yourself. i wear my spanx every day. don't know about you. >> eat the cheeseburgers every day. >> keep it all high and tight. faith hill and tim mcgraw's private island oasis. >> private power couple, bought the island 14 years ago hoping to replace a shack with their dream home. after a decade of construction what they got in the end is now featured in the july issue of architectural digest. the whole thing is breathtaking. >> eight pavilions, open air passage ways, describes it as the best place in the world for
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♪ you make me feel like i'm ♪ you make me feel like i'm living a teenage dream ♪ >> dream being the key word. katy perry we can't sleep. the motto here on "world news now." >> sleep deprivation. forgot the name of our own show. >> ha-ha. so estimated 90 million people who are blessed enough to sleep, snore. according to the national sleep foundation. >> but a new device promising to bring blissful, peaceful sleep to millions of couples waging their snore wars. here is paula faris.
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>> prentice gray is a chronic snorer. >> my snoring doesn't impact me. >> he might be in denial about his effects if you ask his wife, leslie. >> you know? >> they spent $3,000 on various anti-snoring tools from headphones, dental appliances. it's gotten so bad, most nights. leslie kicks him out of bed. >> i have a second bed over in my office. >> it is annoying. he is my husband. i would look to sleep with him. >> reporter: last month leslie bought a kick starter campaign, this device is like nothing else on the market. makers of the device say it detects when you snore and and inflates an insert in your pillow that moves your head, changing head and neck position to stop the snoring. >> sleep in any position or any part of the pillow. our patent pending design is
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effective. smart norah has not undergone studies. research shows changing the angle of the neck might help with snoring. it worked for prentice. >> best solution. >> when it works it works well. >> it is not perfect. leslie says not always consistent. often not fast enough to stop his snoring before she wakes. still, it's a huge improvement. >> i was excited. being able to have a good night's sleep and, wake up with my husband was a really nice thing. >> thanks to paula. should mention by the way, that smart norah is a nonmedical device. the company doesn't make any claims about sleep apnea or medical conditions. >> you don't need a special pillow. use it with your pillow. works in any sleeping position. if that fails, use the actual pillow. >> there is that. wake up, you are snoring. >> keep it down back there, jack. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades, insomniacs for t
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making news in america this tuesday morning, a federal worker busted accused of leaking a classified nsa report on russia. is this the start of the white house cracking down on leakers? overnight, london's mayor says britain shouldn't welcome president trump and calls to cancel his state visit are growing after a series of tweets criticizing the mayor's handling of the terror attack. incoming freshmen as harvard revoked. it's all because of what they posted online. watch what happens after someone cuts off a dump truck. see what happens to what's inside. and how the driver survived. a good tuesday morning. we begin with the arrest of a

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