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god. >> lord, help me! >> mostly screamy to momma. >> oh, no. >> he starts crying. >> are some of these people fake acting? >> no. you're really scare fire department you're not into this. you're really scared. >> this is posted on facebook by orlando slingshot. it already has more than 4 million views. >> classic. that's a look at some of the day's best viral videos. for more go to rightthisminute.com or tune into for more go to rightthisminute.com or tune into the next brand new episode mom was diagnosed with alzheimer's at 58 years old. eight years into the disease was when all the light went out. for me, it was heart-wrenching. look into the eyes of somebody with alzheimer's sometime, you just don't see -- the person's soul is, like, gone.
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we are watching what is definitely a desperate ♪ we are watching what is definitely a desperate we are watching what is definitely a desperate effort. life or death effort there in london to try to save residents of a 24-story high rise residential building west side of london. burning for several hours now. we are told by molly hunter there on the scene, the building is starting to lean. >> we have heard that that fire spread within an hour engulfing pretty much the entire building. 120 apartments in the residential building.
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there are hundreds of firefighters on the scene now. there are fears this building could collapse as well. so firefighters have evacuated the surrounding areas, but, a big effort now to try to save that building from collapsing. and possibly save anyone still stuck inside. we are going to continue to monitor that developing story. >> now, to another breaking story for us. the search for two dangerous inmates from georgia. there is a 70,000 reward offered for information leading to capture of donnie russell and they killed two correctional officers in a prison bus yesterday in eatonton outside of atlanta. reports last night came out they may have been spotted. but the reports proved unfounded. authorities are now warning the men to turn themselves in. >> they need to surrender, before we find them. i saw two brutally murdered correctional officers, that's what i saw. i have their blood on my shoes. >> the correctional officers are are identified. authorities say after the killings, the suspects carjacked
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a green honda, both suspects described as armed and dangerous. >> quite a sound bite there from the sheriff in georgia. uber's co-founder and chief executive is taking time off as the the company tries to navigate through scandal. the ceo isn't giving a return date for his leave of absence. when he returns, reportedly will have less control of uber. meanwhile the ride haling company is announcing sweeping changes to work place culture based on recommendations from former u.s. attorney general eric holder's law firm. >> now that both the nba and the nhl playoffs are over. time for the celebration. the new nba champion golden state warriors will party with their fans in oakland tomorrow. >> but today, it is pittsburgh throwing a huge celebration for the stanley cup champion, penguins. members of the team brought the cup to the pirates game last night. captain sidney crosby threw the ceremonial first pitch. and delivered a strike by the way. >> the mets could use that.
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look at that. >> that's pretty good. check out the, the effect that crosby had on a young man, he just met after arriving home. >> i got my t-shirt signed by sidney crosby. >> why are you crying? >> because it is the best day of my life. >> ha-ha-ha. >> oh, my god, that is amazing. >> how cute is that. >> the moments that unite people of all ages. because the it just, just everybody can relate to that moment. >> there would be grown men crying as well if they got, t-shirt signed by sidney crosby. >> the one next to me. >> congratulations. absolutely. >> when we come back, scarlet johannsen meets her doppleganger. >> as justin bieber learned the language of his hit song yet. >> des -- des -- i know it. it's some where. >> coming up in "the skinny" next. know it. it's some where. >> coming up in "the skinny"
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♪ skinny so skinny >> time for a jam packed "the skinny." ♪ skinny so skinny >> time for a jam packed "the skinny." we have breaking political news to start things off. the 2020 race for the white house is wide open now with the rock and kevin hart leaving the door open for presidential run. and now we know one person who is not running. >> kanye? >> oprah. >> oprah. going to be my next guest. the 63-year-old media mogul shut down rumors going so far as to say she would never, ever run for any public office, ever, ever. for never, ever. so there i guess we have it. definitively. i don't know. doesn't seem super sure. >> saying there is possibility. >> all right.
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there are, there is, running, kanye, your boy, and then, then some. >> running with kevin hart, remember. yes, yes. scarlet johannsen, woman of her word. she said she want to party with her 72-year-old lookalike after seeing this photo of her in 1957. on the left, on the right. now, dodd said she was drunk as a skunk when she took the photo. johannsen invited her to the premiere, saying they should get drunk together. happy to report the ladies followed through. >> yeah, here they are on the red carpet. complete with matching purses. that read, hello, my name is scarlet. and hello my name is geraldine. they held each other's names as you can see there. maybe they were trying to, mess with everyone. who, may think they were, already drunk or some one might have been already drunk. >> maybe they were drunk and picked up the wrong purse. >> they said the mission was so they could share their drunk face together see if they look as much alike.
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apparently she thinks she could drink johansson under the table. curious to hear how that worked out. >> meanwhile, kate mckinnon, snl star ready to appear live with kelly and ryan, told backstage there are award for the best end of the year walkout. >> accepted she went for it. busting a move to joe jonas' song, dancing out of her shoes. there you go. one way to kick off the show and the shoes. >> very cool. to the part of the "the skinny" where i say i told you so. >> fans are desperate to hear justin bieber sing despacito. he doesn't know the word. exhibit, a, b, c the tried to sing the song, doesn't note word. this weekend in stockholm, a fan took action, throwing a water bottle at bieber. the crowd was crying out for despacito. he said i can't sing the song. i don't know it. >> doesn't know the words. >> despacito.
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♪ ♪ ♪ laid back with my mind on my money and money on my mind ♪ ♪ ♪ laid back with my mind on my money and money on my mind ♪ >> america's most influential couple is back. >> the obamas? >> no. they're still enjoying life in new york and d.c. >> the trumps. >> still in d.c. >> jay-z, be yn say. bert and ernie. >> this is obvious. close. talking about martha stewart and snoop dogg. the clue being the song that brought us in. >> oh. so abc's nick watt, met up with the odd couple. takes us on a look behind the scenes. >> yeah. >> welcome to martha and snoop's potluck dinner party.
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>> tv's odd couple back for season two because it works. >> going to start throwing dishes unless we get going. >> reporter: and backstage. >> did we find lobsters? >> chef's cameras, controlled chaos. >> that's for the -- the [ bleep ] burger. >> for the -- >> the [ bleep ] burger. the most expensive hamburger. >> thought she made that up. he was like, the what? >> so expensive. the show is going. good food and guests today. rupaul. >> always interesting to see people from different worlds come together and, and, meet in the middle. >> the weirdest group of people ever on a stage together. >> they have aligned their freak when see. i think that's a lesson for everyone in the world today. >> snoop, look at this! >> martha, let me try that again. >> it's interesting. they actually are friends. not going to put a different chef in or different rapper. this is newt formula. >> snoop was a guest on martha's daytime show. >> he wants greenish brownies. greener the better. off awe on game show. >> the country code for the czech republic. >> 420, baby. >> roasts together. now this.
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>> who is the worst guest last season? >> i would say -- your friend from atlanta. >> oh, wow. >> rick ross. >> if you don't do. if you don't do. >> which one did you want? >> crush. celebrity crush on martha. yeah. >> you like him, he is very talented. >> cheers. >> it does some times get a little boozy. >> we have different ways to cope with our alcoholic intake, right? >> okay. >> i have a nap. he has something else. >> yeah. >> nick watt, abc news, on set of snoop and martha. >> wonder what the something else is. >> i want to hang out with snoop and martha. >> can you imagine in the dressing room. snoop's dressing room. snoop's uncle is on the show. he also cooks with them. >> oh. >> a family affair. we want to be part of the family. >> yes, it i
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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gion. good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. with the top stories on this wednesday on "world news now." breaking news from london. the fire turned a tall apartment building good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. with the top stories on this wednesday on "world news now." breaking news from london. the fire turned a tall apartment building smoldering disaster. harrowing stories from survivors and witnesses are emerging from the scene. even at this hour. we are live in london straight ahead. >> attorney general jeff sessions flatly denying any collusion with the russians or misconduct in firing of james comey. sessions tangled with law makers during his testimony when he refused to discuss conversations with the president. >> reward up to $70,000, the manhunt continues for two escaped georgia inmates. the pair has been on the run since allegedly overpowering and killing two correctional officers in a prison bus. >> and today is flag day, the 240th anniversary of the adoption of the stars and stripes as the flag of the
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united states. americans are encouraged to fly the flag today, but don't turn off your alarm clock. it is not an official holiday. you still have to go to work just like we do. those are some of your top stories on this wednesday, june 14th. >> announcer: from abc new, this is "world news now." breaking news from london now. an apartment building engulfed in flames. happened while families were sleeping inside. >> take a look at live pictures coming in, the charred building you see there. it contained 120 apartments. burning for a while. the smoke can be seen for several miles from the west london location. and witnesses report the fast-moving flames engulfed the nearly entire building in an hour. >> some residents complained about the building's safety and their landlord as recently as last fall. molly hunter live on the scene. molly, i understand you are looking at something incredible right now. >> that's exactly right. i am on a balcony, level with the tenth floor of the building. looking at that building.
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and we see live pictures, i can't see it directly, from my vantage point, but we are seeing live pictures of a man still alive on the 11th floor. diane, kendis, i can't stress to you enough. i know that you see the live pictures of the charred building. but this building is leaning. completely charred. i can start to see day light between some of the floors. so the fact that someone is still alive, sick hours later, is staggering. now on the ground, firefighters are still fighting the fire. you see the water spout still going up. helicopters, still circling. there are still some pockets of flames. but of the fact that someone is still alive. he keeps coming to the window. he is clearly on the phone. but right now, i don't see any path that rescuers can actually get up to him. >> we wish him luck. you see images right now. but one reason that you are shocked and surprised that any one is still alive, in that building when we see the images from overnight, where this fire completely engulfed this building.
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the fire starting about midnight. and you see it there. molly. it is starred to believe any body is alive in this building imagine at this hour. are you seeing ambulances in the area? >> that is exactly right. the fire burning for over six hours now. when we arrived there were still dozens of ambulances on the ground. hundreds of firemen. firefighters. and dozens of fire trucks. and there definitely are emergency crews on the ground. very, very close to the building. quite a bit closer than i am. we do know that at least 30 people are at homes. we do know a lot of people were evacuated. police and the fire brigade have not given us exact numbers as far as how many people may have been trapped. we know from residents on the ground, that families were still in there. friend and relatives. did not make it out. day they don't have firm numbers. as this develops in real time. don't see how they get to that guy? >> big question, molly. hope the firefighters can figure
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it out. molly hunter for us, west london. big constern whether or not the building will collapse. we have already heard the building is starteding to lean. firefighters are trying to keep the people on the ground staff amid all this as well. keep an eye on that. >> horrible reports overnight of people jumping from the building. such a terrible scene. >> back here at home. attorney general, jeff sessions defending himself against allegations of wrongdoing. >> sessions dismissed claims u co-collusion as "an appalling and detestable lie." he said he recused himself from the russia probe solely because he had been a member of the trump campaign. sessions denied reports of a secret third meeting with the russian ambassador. but left open the possibility of a passing encounter when they beth attended an event in washington. >> if any brief interaction occurred in passing with the russian ambassador during that reception, i do not remember it. i have never met with or had any
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conversation with any russians or any foreign officials concerning any type of interference with any campaign or election in the united states. >> sessions also rejected the idea of misconduct in the firing of fbi director james comey. he acknowledged leaving comey alone in the oval office with president trump. but sessions disputed comey's claim that he did not respond when comey complained about being left alone with the president. >> i believe it was the next day, that he said something expressed concern about being left alone with the president. but, that in itself is not problematic. >> do you concur with the president that he was going to fire comey regardless of recommendation? >> senator feinstein, i guess i will just have to let his word speak for himself. >> in heated exchanges, democrats accused sessions of stone walling. he said silence meant to protect the president's constitutional
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right should he decide in the future to invoke executive privilege over their private conversations. >> nearly 200 members of congress meanwhile reportedly planning to sue president trump over his business dealings. the lawsuit set to be announced to day similar to the one filed monday by attorneys general from maryland and washington, d.c. according to "the washington post," the law makers all democrats, are alleging the president violated the constitution and clause by failing to barack with his business empire accepting gifts and benefits from foreign leaders. >> 22-year-old american student, is now in a u.s. hospital after more than a year in north korea. the former university of virginia student was released yesterday. special medical jet brought him to cincinnati, last night. his parents say they learned just a week ago, that he had been in a coma for more than a year. he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. he confessed to stealing a propaganda banner while on a tour of north korea. >> twin sisters born, born
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joined at the head are now sleeping side by side for the first time in their lives. erin and abby delany were separated during an 11 hour operation in philadelphia. this surgery performed 60 times. the 10-month-olds are expected to return home to north carolina later this year. good for them. >> to this unusual story from massachusetts. a woman there had no idea that sunny was pregnant until the baby arrived. christine harvey suffering from severe pain and, didn't know exactly why she was heading to the hospital when she got her answer. dad explains what happened. >> she usually doesn't go crazy over pain. but she was really hurting. so i called a friend of mine to come get here. she walked over there, the baby came. >> neither of them knew she was pregnant. doug rodgers says mother and daughter are doing well. they have two other children together. >> all right. surprise. the neighbors by the way, are pitching in now to donate
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clothing and other items. because the the family had no time to prepare for the birth. they had no idea. >> everything. she has been pregnant before. she knows the effect. but. >> normally a little more heads up. >> exactly. >> coming up. could boarding passes be a thing of the past president? tsa its testing new ways to verify passengers identities. >> the giz whiz is here. >> the giz whiz this little candle can light eight leds, power washer. runs on batteries. this little guy here, you can make 35 balloons in under a min umt. self sealing. you've are watching "world news now." >> all right, i want bat loon look at today's temperatures.
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an inch to add room for higher priced passengers. american decided against the change after receiving feedback from customers and employees. leg room on american's 737, 30 inches. >> should we ask for a full warm meal now. >> yeah. >> lie flat seating in economy. >> good luck. >> uber's ceo will let his leadership team run the country. >> as former attorney general's eric holder's firm, releasted recommendations to improve uber's toxic culture. >> reporter: uber ceo announcing he will take a leave of absence for an unspecified amount of time. in a memo to the company saying i need to take some time off of the day-to-day to grieve my mother whom i buried friday. and if we are going to work on uber 2.0 i need to work on travis 2.0 to become the leader that this company needs and you deserve.
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the announcement coming on the same day as released list of recommendations to improve uber's toxic culture. former attorney general eric holder's firm, hired to investigate uber's work place, after former engineer susan fowler posted a blog in february accusing the transportation giant of turning a blind eye to sexual harassment. after interviewing employees, the firm released 13 page document of recommendations including relieving the ceo of leadership responsibilities, shifting them to chief operating officer and other senior managers. use performance reviews to hold senior managers accountable. and the word diversity appears 42 times. with the firm saying the work force needs to be diverse from the top down. to add to the controversy, surrounding the company. >> where there is one woman on the board it is more likely there will be a second woman on
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the board. >> what it shows, as much likely to be more talking. >> come on. >> tuesday, the board member resigning after that comment about women during a company meeting aimed at examining issues with uber's culture. in a statement saying, i need to hold myself to the same standard that we're asking uber to adopt. >> the big question now is will travis return to the company's top spot after the leave of absence. just last week, the company fired 20 people including some managers, at the wreck men daegs of another firm. danya bayhus, abc news, los angeles. >> one unusual key recommendation from eric holder and study to encourage responsible drinking which can include limiting the amount of alcohol around the office there at uber. >> around the office? >> apparently a lot of alcohol around the office. >> why you had application in. >> taking back my application to uber. >> coming up.
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he's bringing the best of outdoor gadgets with him. >> just in time for father's day. babies aren't fully developed until at least 39 weeks. a healthy baby is worth the wait.
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well now that it finally feels like summer outside and father's day of course around the corner. time to get your gear ready. and our own giz whiz, brought the latest outdoor gadgets inside to our studios. good morning, dick. >> good morning, kendis. i have fun stuff. start with something called the foogoo speaker. >> foogoo speaker. something order at night. >> bluetooth speaker. decent sound. >> nice. >> isn't that neat? and the hook is actually a bungee cord. >> oh. >> hang it on a tree or out camping. >> no idea what you are saying.
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>> oh, look at that. >> totally waterproof. >> you can put it in the toilet. >> well, hopefully not. >> what the intention is? >> no. you go camping. drop it in the lake. >> of course in the pool. >> exactly. >> you can operate your songs, wireless. >> wireless. >> blue tooth. >> switch songs from the speak tear. back to your phone. this is amazing. the lantern. uses this candle. we are going to run some video that i shot. you put the candle in the joi lantern. after four minutes it through a device in here, thermal electric device. develops electricity that lights eight leds. on a camping trip. doing a picnic table.
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you want to take it inside a tent. you will get four hours of light. out of that. all from this little. that one. you've will get four hours of light. and this is, you saw in the video. is, all stainless steel. beautiful. and it rises up. >> very cool. >> how much is that? >> about 100. under $110. >> okay. really neat. >> new from works. a clever idea. their hydro shot power cleaner. the object here now is if you are not near electricity. you can still do some power cleaning. power washing? >> yeah, yeah. >> two things. one, attach a garden hose to this. if you didn't have, not near a hose. drop this into a pool. a lake. it will use that, water. >> water. >> sound pretty cool. >> pretty neat. also, a low -- low position.n ao walter plants. >> okay. >> bring bucket of water out use that. >> my charge. adventure ultra. so all kind of phone charges. >> of course.
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>> i don't think you have seen a phone charge. turn this side ways that has an ac outlet in it. >> ac outlet. >> wow. >> it has usb, usbc, which is new phone. two regular usb ports. so you can power like an lcd, tv for three hours from the outlet. >> actual tv. >> charger. >> run your laptop, few hours with it. neat idea. okay. all of the charging stations, will become something of the past. great one. >> great idea. got to look and tell you the exact thing. it is 13,400 milliamps. >> going to go $13,000. >> $13,000. >> heart skipped a beat. >> this bunch-o-balloons. dick, didn't we have that before? we had it you hooked it to a hose. let me show you did in my backyard. if you didn't have a hose, you can actually get a bucket of water.
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take this, stick it into the bucket of walter. start pumping. and in a few second, not a few second. about a minute. you've will get to 35 balloons, water balloons. you know, actually it will, they'll fill little with air if you want exercise. >> look at that. >> ha-ha. >> then, they're self sealing. when they pop off. never done it with plain air. >> oh, this is frustrating what it is. >> that's about $25. >> yeah. super soaker. and water balloon maker. >> fun is priceless at this point for the kid. >> happy father's day. >> happy father's day to you. we appreciate you bringing these tip thousands of. course you can find out gadgets on his website. gizwhiz.biz. on our website. wnnfans. you're watching "world news
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even burnt-on gravy. nice. cascade. test test test test ♪ ♪ back with an exclusive look inside the home of the late carrie fisher. just full of amazing star wars collectibles >> now some items are about to hit the auction block. here is abc's ginger zee. >> may the force be with you. >> princess leah in the movies lived in a galaxy far, far away. on earth, carrie fisher called this beverly hills hacienda estate home. >> my house, i l like scavenger hunting. >> fans caught a glimpse of fisher's eclectic hideaway during the 2017 hbo documentary bright lights.
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>> this is the bathroom. it has a lot of bathrooms should, a player piano in it. >> reporter: her house, once occupied by a silver screen legend. >> this is bette davis when she lived here. >> for 16 years, america sweetheart, singing in the rain star, debbie reynolds lived next door. >> mommy, i'm home. >> now the late mother/daughter duo's items are hitting the auction block. fisher's collector's memorabilia from star wars. >> special to be here. eclectic doesn't describe it. >> whole house has fireplaces each room. tradition, having the fire plays going. >> so alive. >> this room is special. her office. >> yeah, this is her writing room. creative room. although did go around the house. a lot of time in here. >> speaking of memories and life. james blunt, the songwriter, he
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lived here for a time. and carrie inspired him. back and forth. he wrote, you're beautiful on this piano. now we are heading into her bedroom which also has, another sitting area writing area. >> she would hold court. loved having people in her bedroom within her home. >> inside of her mind. seeing who she is as a person. then the star wars things throughout. >> ginger zee, abc news, beverly hills. >> a lot of color clearly. >> love she had year-round christmas tree as well. >> i do love that. have that too. not deliberate all. >> just kind of awkward then. you want to take it down? let's just leave it. been here long enough >> charlie brown christmas tree at that. >> that's the news for this half-hour.
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breaking news this morning, on "world news now." the inferno in london. >> a massive fire engulfed a high rise. police are pushing people back and say the building might collapse. we have a reporter there live with the latest. >> breaking overnight. american student held prisoner in north korea more than a year released and back home. in a coma. we have this full story as american doctors now get to work treating him. >> the temperatures are sending people to the beach. prompting rescues like this. this one involved sisters pulled from rip currents by officers and band of surfers and bystander, also a dog on the loose, getting lucky after falling while taking a drink. >> now finally i guess eating on tv on camera, producers are striking while the iron is hot. and cooling things down with a summer treat. strawberry shortcake.
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we have, james brisciloni standing by with the next food challenge on this wednesday, june 14th. get to that later. breaking news right now in london. what peers to be a disaster in the making, the towering inferno. >> 24 story apartment building engulfed in flames. the fire broke out and quickly consumed the whole building. hundreds of firefighters on the scene. >> they evacuated people from the building hours ago as well as the those in the surrounding areas. these are live images coming into our headquarters here. you can see the scene from the helicopter. the building, while we haven't seen some flames in a little
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while, you can seep it is still smoldering at this hour. abc's molly hunter describes a frantic first hours of the fire. >> reporter: a raging inferno high above london. overnight incredible images, flooding social media. flames shooting from a high-rise apartment building. >> just like a water fall on the left-hand side. a fire. and flames. but now it is spread all to the right of the building. that part there. >> reporter: the fire stretching 27 stories high. flaming debris raining down on the streets below. and ash covering everything. for more than 100 yards away. overnight, witnesses saying they saw signs of people still trapped inside. their screams for help heard down on the streets. >> help me! >> british police now pushing everyone away from the scene due to fears the building may collapse. >> honestly indescribable. the worst tragedy in west london's history i think. >> and molly hunter joining us live on the phone from the scene. molly, what's the situation there right now? >> reporter: good morning, guys,
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just a couple block as way from the building. helicopters still everhead. still see firefighters fighting the fire. but this building is now, five hours later, 5 1/2 hours later now completely charred. so there aren't actually flames coming out any more. we can start to see day light through the charred building. of course if anyone, was still inside, kendis, diane, very clear that no one has survived. we have been talking to a lot of residents here who say they no for a fact that families were still trapped on the upper levels. spoke with a young man, kennedy, who said immediately after the fire he came right outside to take videos. to see what was going on. there was a family of four on the 20th floor. waving flash lights. screaming outside. for some one any one to rescue them t of course with all debris, with the flames engulfing the building no way firefighters could get up and save them. he says they disappeared as soon as those flames got up thut floor. and another resident, kendis, diane, told us that he saw people hanging out of windows. lowering knotted sheets to
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escape, but those knotted sheets couldn't make it to the ground. people were leaping out. throwing their children. throwing their babies. what makes this, so, much, the worst case scenario, you guys looking at this building. a tall, narrow building. these were narrow hallways, making even evacuating incredibly hard. and a lot of residents here are telling me that actually, the majorities of people in that apartment building were families and disaebld who were recently relocated from a different area. the tragedy just keeps growing here. >> molly, sound horrific. i know the two big concerns now is the building going to collapse? and who is trapped inside. any sense of when they will be able to stabilize it to answer the questions? >> there is no sense that police are here telling us london fire brigade leading the investigation, the fight of course. we are here supporting.
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but this building i can say. start to see day light between the floors. so if it is going to collapse, i would imagine that this could happen in coming hours. but there is no way that anyone still is alive in that building at this point. looking at it right now. >> you see the live pictures there from the scene. still smoldering. we are after all seeing flames. molly hunter joining us from nearby. there are 120 units in that apartment building. just imagine how many people were living there this taking place shortly after midnight. local time. a lot of people are asleep. this is potential tragedy in the making there in the west of london. >> horrible scenario. investigators looking into how the fire spread quickly over a large building. >> keep on top of that throughout the morning. >> breaking overnight. american college student. otto warmbill. er back in the united states after serving time in north korea. >> the medevac plane carrying warmbier landed in cincinnati overnight. his parents say their 22-year-old son is in a coma after falling ill a year ago in north korean prison. warmbiers say they were only
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told of otto's condition a week ago. they hadn't been able to contact him more than ape year. >> in he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in a quick one hour trial. he had confessed to stealing a propaganda banner on a tour. abc's terry moran has more. >> reporter: his 17 month nightmare in north korea finally over. warmbier's release after secret talks in oslo between u.s. and north korean officials and the revelation last week he is in a coma. it all began with this incident. captured on north korean security camera video. warmbier allegedly trying to steal a propaganda poster like this one from the hotel he was staying at with a tour group. 291-year-old college student arrested his stunt kidded a serious crime in the repressive country and brought to court weeks later, warmbier tearfully pleaded for mercy. >> please, i have made the worst mistake of of my life. but please, you have to save me. >> reporter: but the north koreans showed no mercy. sentenced march 2016, after a trial that lasted an hour. 15 years of hard labor.
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>> please save my life. please thing of my family. >> reporter: his parents after a year of keeping a low profile on advice of u.s. officials, went on fox and friend last month. >> otto, we love you. you are an amazing guy. hang in there, tiger, boy. you are coming home. >> secretary of state rex tillerson announced warmbier's release. at the president's direct, the department of state secured the release of otto warmbier from north korea. he is on his way en route home to be reunited with his family. >> reporter: all this bizarrely as dennis rodman arrived in north korea his fifth trip. >> just want to open the door. open the door that's it. >> reporter: some speculated. rodman strong supporter of president trump was playing a role in warmbier's release. the state department flatly
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denied it. as he makes his way home, otto's family released a statement saying we want the world to know how we and our son have been brutalized and terrorized by the pariah regime. we are grateful he is finally with people who love him. terry moran, abc news, london. >> thanks to terry in london. president trump at the white house follow a trip to wisconsin to push the apprenticeship program. >> not talking his tv show. the pat appeared at a technical college in milwaukee to promote an initiative to train workers for jobs that employers say they can't fill. he says the goal ties have private companies and universities pay so workers can earn while they learn. >> the president its at least privately speaking out against a health care bill passed by the house. sources tell abc news he called the measure, i quote here, mean. that was during a white house luncheon yesterday.
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when the bill was passed the president held a news conference supporting the bill. all smiles there. sources say he wants the senate version to beal, quoting, more generous. >> attorney general jeff sessions vigorously denies engaging inclusion or contacts improper with russian officials. in testimony, sessions said there was no third undisclosed meeting with the russian ambassador and insisted he accused himself from the elect, meddling because he was a trump surrogate during the campaign. not because he did anything wrong. >> the suggestion that i participated in any collusion, i was aware of any collusion with the russian government to hurt this country -- which i have served with honor for 35 years, or, or to undermine the in teg ri team of our democratic process, is an appalling and detestable lie. >> session rejected any idea of misconduct in the firing of fbi director james comey. but he refused to discuss his private conversations with president trump. and insisting he was not invoking executive privilege just protecting the president's right to do so in the future.
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>> you had no verbal conversation with snim about the firing of mr. comey? >> i'm not able to discuss with you, conform or deny the nature of our private conversations. >> i believe the american people have had it, with stone walling. >> i -- am not stone walling. i am following the historic policies of the department of justice. >> sessions also told the panel that he has confidence in special counsel robert mueller amid a claim that the president was considering firing mueller. the white house pushed back against the claim. and deputy attorney general who, has the authority to fire mueller told a congressional panel he has seen no base foirs dismissing him. scorching temperatures in the north east. have sent big crowds to the beach. most lifeguards aren't on
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regular duty yet. that caused tra datic scene in the new york sitty beach where two sisters were dragged away by a powerful rip current. one saved by ape police officer who dropped his gear and ran into the water to pull her to safety. the other was rescued by a woman managed to pull her to shore. shore. then surfers rescued a good sa mare than tried to help and ended up needing to be rescued. >> the in chicago's, different kind of rescue. this dog jumped out of one of the cars to get a dlining from lake michigan. fell in. and luckily. the animal's rescue pulled the dog right now. frying to find the owner. still don't know where the dog's owner its. but he is happy and refreshed. >> yeah. >> probably no longer thirsty. >> quenched thirst. >> coming up right here. strawberry shortcake challenge. why there is a croissant challenge in all places, france. >> but first the latest from the trial of bill cosby. jurors dismissed after a night
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back with the horrible live images from west of london. that high rise, residential building continuing to burn out of control there. in london. it is a tragic situation in the making. we'll bring you the very latestable. we want to return back here at home. and it will be back to work this morning, for the jury deliberating the sexual assault case against bill cosby. the 79-year-old entertainer waved to fans and gave thumbs up as he left court in suburban philadelphia last night. jurors have spent 16 hours over two days. elizabeth herr reports from norristown, pennsylv >> reporter: bill cosby's fate
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undecided but the comedian in good spirits according to a spokesman. >> he is confident that this jury is intelligent. they're asking the right questions. he feels confident they will come back and make the right decision. >> reporter: the jury starting its first full day of deliberations with request for the judge to read excerpts from cosby's 2005 deposition in the civil lawsuit. now at the heart of this trial accusing cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2004. the civil suit was eventually settled out of court. in this case, during closing arguments monday, the defense maintained cosby's encounters with the woman were consensual causing cosby adulterer not a criminal. resting its case after 6:00 minutes. and calling one witness. cosby did not take the stand. >> had their chance to present a defense. they presented six minutes.
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>> reporter: according to the prosecutor, cosby's own words incriminate him. district attorney referring to the same deposition where cosby admitted obtaining quaaludes prior to sexual encounters with women. he never testified he gave the drugs to women without their knowledge. liz beth herr, abc news, norristown, pennsylvania. >> coming up in the next half-hour, chef james briscionni live in studio for national strawberry shortcake day. >> we'll celebrate with him. coming up straight ahead. left untreated mucus can build up causing further problems. treat mucus buildup early with #1 doctor recommended mucinex 12 hour. the bi-layer tablet immediately releases to thin and loosen excess mucus and lasts for 12 hours. learn more at mucinex.com treat excess mucus with mucinex 12 hour and enjoy living well.
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good morning. >> national flag day and strawberry shortcake day. >> kendis is celebrating before good morning. >> national flag day and strawberry shortcake day. >> kendis is celebrating before we are ready to go. but joining us live, we have got chef james briscionn in the house. two time champion of chopped and director of culinary education. you are the expert and you will show us how to properly celebrate. beautiful fresh strawberries, with friend. it is national strawberry shortcake day. >> shortcake part of it. >> if kendis can stop eating for a minute. >> unleashed the beast. you don't understand for more than a year now i have not eaten on tv. yesterday, just, we are making a proper strawberry shortcake. >> let's do it.
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>> you have the big, some times the little small ones. you get, dessert in a restaurant. kendis, going with the whip cream here. >> awesome. >> strawberry shortcake, great berries. as the a chef. >> how do you peck out the right berries. >> key was not to do that with the whip cream. >> look add way for five second. talking about my berries. >> go with the brand you trust. driscoll's, fresh, juicy, delicious, bursting with flavor. not all of them. >> okay. some of them. we are building layers here. layers. >> lack at this. something you want to share with friend. >> look how pretty. >> your model.
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>> you did that. made earlier. seeing if you can match her. >> and i like, me and diane are a team here. >> mr. into the kate upton type model. the bigger models. go for your little skinny minnie shortcake. >> more whip cream. >> come on, kendis, get to work. >> three layers. >> the segment. >> well are going three layers. really fun thing to bake. really whip this, crust together pretty quickly. >> nonbaker. >> for a nonbaker. >> get driscolls.com. get recipes. >> my favorite. >> strawberry shortcake smores. >> smores. >> chocolate. soften them up. >> how did i do? >> go ahead. >> and then. >> oh, my dear lord. >> rustic. love rustic. beautiful. >> and then, we want strawberries. >> strawberries. throw a few fresh strawberries on top of your chocolate. >> uh-huh. little more. >> right. >> mushrooms. >> ha-ha-ha. >> how is it? >> oh, my god, amazing. >> good, right.
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all right. it is time now for "the mix." all right. it is time now for "the mix." all right, kendis you, enjoying the shortcake? >> my god, amazing. >> put it in your mouth. put it in your mouth. >> you asked. >> well i have bad news for you my friend. >> huh? >> bakers in france are warning there is a butter shortage which will have drastic effects on things like croissants, and other baked goods that require butter, like perhaps. >> there is no butter in this. >> strawberry shortcake. >> shortcake doesn't refer to diet. >> the price of pastries rocketed 92% so far because of the shortage. >> my god. >> man you will get the strawberry shortcake. have to pay more for it.
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so. eat up. >> addicted to carbs. >> chow down while you got it. >> knew this was a starter drug. >> dig in, baby. keep going. >> doing the best with it. okay. we got to learn how to make a romp him. take a look at this guy. >> enjoying it. >> this is why eating on tv doesn't work. so this guy just kind of taped it together here. taped up the waist. created his own rompin. all you need is a matching outfit. >> that they how you made yours? >> mine is like, completely polyester. it is 100% polyester. >> no scotch tape. >> no, the real thing. got sewn while on me. >> well now we know why it fits you. >> and look at that. >> hear the music. >> at its best. >> not going to the beach this weekend. >> classy. >> classy. that's right, baby. >> and, the -- not appropriate for the occasion. dressed in a full suit to serenade his wife.
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>> oh. celebrating their 70th birthday. 70th. ♪ call you sweetheart >> 70th birthday. >> oh. ♪ let me hear you whisper ♪ that you love me too >> that is so cute. >> paul miller. he by the way, celebrating his 90th birthday, june 15th. >> and so, they're celebrating 70 years of marriage. decided. >> the two of them together. ♪ >> bing crosby let me call you sweetheart. >> police stop an office milk theft with a fridge maneuver. padlock milk cartons in the fridge. you see here. we can use that around here. i think we have like, this is in the uk. they managed, to prevent, police station.
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this morning on "world new this morning on "world news now," the breaking news, the overnight inferno. huge apartment building of concrete engulfed in flames. people heard screaming for help. now the race to try to find everyone inside that building. we're live on the scene in london. >> attorney general jeff sessions defended himself in front of congress what is next for the russia investigation. we'll tell you what sessions revealed about the president's intentions, fired fbi director james comey and could the special counsel receive similar fate. >> states slammed by severe storms. >> tornados are ripping through the northern plains, see where the extreme weather is today and who is getting relief from high temperatures. >> is this the greatest talk show in trance. kate mckinnon dances out of her stilettos.
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what was her motivation? coming up on "the skinny" this wednesday june 14th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to you. the breaking news first of all in london. the massive fire at an apartment building home to hundreds of people. >> it has burned throughout the night. flames engulfed almost the entire building. witnesses said they saw and heard people screaming from inside. as well. london fire officials say 45 engines and hundreds of firefighters are at the scene. attempts to reach anyone who at home as the fire spread continued for hours. >> those pictures at the height of the fire. and this is a live picture this early morning hour right now. the sun is up there in london. as you can see the flames are still there. and the smoke is still smoldering from the fire. it can be seen for miles around. people who watched fire burn, say the building was completely engulfed within an hour of the time it started.
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>> when we first seen it was only a few floors. then it just spread up all the building. and then on to like the adjacent side of it. just spread all across. >> down there about, five-minute walk away. and we could hear people screaming, help me. help me. and, flashing their phone lights to let people know they were there. >> unbelievable scene there. abc's molly hunter is live in west london for us. molly, we keep looking at these images just as it looks like they're getting this fire under control we see new pockets of flames coming out. what's the lateest? >> reporter: that is exactly right. diane. i am standing literally on a balcony. probably at the level of maybe like the 10th floor of the building. couple block as way. and it is incredibly, close,
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water spout in front of me as you can see on live pictures. exactly right the minute that we think one of the sides has gone completely black smoke and into charred, no more flames, something pops up on the other side. you can see just hundreds of firemen on the ground, still just trying to get this out. we are six hours later, diane, kendis, starting to see daylight through this building, the building is starting to lean. police of course for the last couple hours, warned every resident to get back because this building could collapse. police and fire have not given us updated numbers, people trapped, people died, people at hospitals. we know at least 30 people at local hospitals. you guys if anyone was trapped in the upper floors it is nearly impossible to imagine them actually getting out. >> molly, of course seeing on twitter. there are many people looking for their loved ones. what sort of stories are you getting? i know you are still a few block as way. imagine there are many people in the area who potentially are looking for their loved ones. >> that is exactly right. speaking with eyewitnesses, neighborhood residents.
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in the area. many of them obviously new people, had family, or, friends in that building. and they describe chaos in immediate hour after the fire. running around. screams. and, screaming for fire department officials to get in there to rescue their family. we heard from one man named kennedy, he described a family of four on the 20th floor, who are waving flash lights, screaming for help. and he said he could watch as the flames actually engulfed the building, crept up the building and eventually that family case peered. that's exactly right. a lot of very, very confused people waiting to hear whether their loved ones were taken to hospitals. or, of course, the worst. >> molly, any sense of how long it will take them before they can finally enter the building to try to look for any one inside. >> i don't thing there is any sense. because we seat flames burning, of course, fire department officials are still staying back. that walter is coming from about
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a block away. definitely no one has entered the building. again as i said. police are very, very worried that actually that building will now collapse. which of course would make entering it incredibly unsafe, diane. >> make sure you stay safe it out there. molly hunter live. continuing monitoring. >> headline. you have a building went up in flames, 7:00 east coast time. while many people were asleep. the potentially for this to be horrible situation. >> moved so quickly. >> moved quickly. >> 120 apartments in the building. keep an eye on it. we move on the to the other news back here locally a toern general jeff sessions, defiant, defensive at times as he faced off with lawmakers under oath. >> sessions denied inclusion with russia and disputed allegations of another one-on-one meeting with the russian ambassador. but question as but sessions interactions with president trump went unanswered.
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>> session ex-confidence in mueller. lana zach with more on the hearing. >> and the suggestion that i participated in any collusion is an appalling and detestable lie. >> at times the testimony of attorney general jeff session was heated. >> mr. comey said there were matters with respect to the recusal that were problematic and he couldn't talk about them. what are they? >> why don't you tell me. there are none, senator, there are none i can tell you for absolute certainty. >> accused of stone walling the senator telling me he wanted answers for the american people. >> we are the committee with the legal obligation to do vigorous oversight. and the officials can't just say they're not going to answer because nay don't feel like it. >> among the tough topics question as but russia including sessions meetings with the russian ambassador.
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>> i recuse myself from any investigation into the campaign for president. but i did not recuse myself from defending my honor against scurrilous and false allegations. >> meanwhile at the white house. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> president trump decleaned to dispute the comments of one of his long time friends who said that president trump is considering asking for the firing of special counsel robert mueller. but deputy attorney general, rod rosenstein the one person who could fire mueller testified the white house was not going to make that call. >> if there were good cause i would kid it. if there weren't. it wouldn't matter what any body says. >> sessions was asked if the president had tapes of his conversations with james comey. sessions said he did not know. remember it was more than a month ago, kendis, diane that
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the president tweeted that out. and to date, the white house still has the not confirmed. >> that's right. so many questions left there. lana zach from washington. meanwhile, copies of the memos and notes that james comey wrote to document his conversations with president trump are now in the hands of the fbi comey's friend, law appropriate fessor who leaked information to the media says he has turned over all relevant materials to the bureau. comey testified last week that he orchestrate the that leak to prompt the appointment of special counsel. >> breaking overnight. american college student, otto warmbeer is back in the u.s. he has been rushed to a hospital in cincinnati. the 22-year-old fell into a coma a year ago during his imprisonment. he arrived in ohio overnight. his parents say they had not been able to reach otto for a year. only learned he was in a coma a week ago. he was arrest ford stealing a propaganda poster on a tour of north korea. you see the surveillance video there. he confessed was sentenced to hard labor during televised trial. >> please, i have made the worst mistake of my life.
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but, please, you have to save me. act to save me. please save my life. please thing of of my family. >> warmbeer's release comes as former nba star dennis rodman is visiting north korea. the state department denies that had anything to do with the release. and, two tornados touched down in western minnesota last night. there was practically no damage in the rural area. just some trees and street signs uprooted and no injuries as well. >> here in the northeast, summer heat wave is over after three brutal days. the temperature at new york's la guardia airport set a record of 101 degrees. and that wasn't the only record. newark, new jersey, 99. baltimore, 97. philadelphia set one at 96. providence, notched one as well 95 degrees. today the temperature here in new york will reach 81. but chicago's, high, around 92. that is even hotter than it is
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in miami. 86 degrees. >> should come up this way. that will feel cold, 81. >> miami. miami bundling up. >> in "the skinny," oprah giving a definitive answer swhooets will run for president in 2020. >> the hottest song of the summer. so why does justin bieber not know the words? >> words, words, words. >> to his song. fans aren't having it anymore. we'll show you what is happening coming up in "the skinny." ♪
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we are watching what is definitely a desperate effort. life or death effort there in london to try to save residents of a 24-story high rise residential building west side of london. burning for several hours now. we are told by molly hunter there on the scene, the building is starting to lean. >> we have heard that that fire spread within an hour engulfing pretty much the entire building. 120 apartments in the residential building. there are hundreds of
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firefighters on the scene now. there are fears this building could collapse as well. so firefighters have evacuated the surrounding areas, but, a big effort now to try to save that building from collapsing. and possibly save anyone still stuck inside. we are going to continue to monitor that developing story. >> now, to another breaking story for us. the search for two dangerous inmates from georgia. there is a 70,000 reward offered for information leading to capture of donnie russell and they killed two correctional officers in a prison bus yesterday in eatonton outside of atlanta. reports last night came out they may have been spotted. but the reports proved unfounded. authorities are now warning the men to turn themselves in. >> they need to surrender, before we find them. i saw two brutally murdered correctional officers, that's what i saw. i have their blood on my shoes. >> the correctional officers are are identified. authorities say after the
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killings, the suspects carjacked a green honda, both suspects described as armed and dangerous. >> quite a sound bite there from the sheriff in georgia. uber's co-founder and chief executive is taking time off as the the company tries to navigate through scandal. the ceo isn't giving a return date for his leave of absence. when he returns, reportedly will have less control of uber. meanwhile the ride haling company is announcing sweeping changes to work place culture based on recommendations from former u.s. attorney general eric holder's law firm. >> now that both the nba and the nhl playoffs are over. time for the celebration. the new nba champion golden state warriors will party with their fans in oakland tomorrow. >> but today, it is pittsburgh throwing a huge celebration for the stanley cup champion, penguins. members of the team brought the cup to the pirates game last night. captain sidney crosby threw the ceremonial first pitch. and delivered a strike by the way. >> the mets could use that.
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look at that. >> that's pretty good. check out the, the effect that crosby had on a young man, he just met after arriving home. >> i got my t-shirt signed by sidney crosby. >> why are you crying? >> because it is the best day of my life. >> ha-ha-ha. >> oh, my god, that is amazing. >> how cute is that. >> the moments that unite people of all ages. because the it just, just everybody can relate to that moment. >> there would be grown men crying as well if they got, t-shirt signed by sidney crosby. >> the one next to me. >> congratulations. absolutely. >> when we come back, scarlet johannsen meets her doppleganger. >> as justin bieber learned the language of his hit song yet. >> des -- des -- i know it. it's some where. >> coming up in "the skinny" next. know it. it's some where. >> coming up in "the skinny"
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ skinny so skinny >> time for a jam packed "the skinny." we have breaking political news to start things off. the 2020 race for the white house is wide open now with the rock and kevin hart leaving the door open for presidential run. and now we know one person who is not running. >> kanye? >> oprah. >> oprah. going to be my next guest. the 63-year-old media mogul shut down rumors going so far as to say she would never, ever run for any public office, ever, ever. for never, ever. so there i guess we have it. definitively. i don't know. doesn't seem super sure. >> saying there is possibility. >> all right. there are, there is, running, kanye, your boy, and then, then
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some. >> running with kevin hart, remember. yes, yes. scarlet johannsen, woman of her heard. she said she want to party with her 72-year-old lookalike after seeing this photo of her in 1957. on the left, on the right. now, dodd said she was drunk as a skunk when she took the photo. johannsen invited her to the premiere, saying they should get drunk together. happy to report the ladies followed through. >> yeah, here they are on the red carpet. complete with matching purses. that read, hello, my name is scarlet. and hello my name is geraldine. they held each other's names as you can see there. maybe they were trying to, mess with everyone. who, may think they were, already drunk or some one might have been already drunk. >> maybe they were drunk and picked up the wrong purse.
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>> they said the mission was so they could share their drunk face together see if they look as much alike. apparently, gerald spichlt ne thinks she could drink johannsen under the table. curious to hear how that worked out. >> meanwhile, kate mckinnon, snl star ready to appear live with kelly and ryan, told backstage there are award for the best end of the year walkout. >> accepted she went for it. busting a move to joe jonas' song, dancing out of her shoes. there you go. one way to kick off the show and the shoes. >> very cool. to the part of the "the skinny" where i say i told you so. >> fans are desperate to hear justin bieber sing despacito. he doesn't know the word. exhibit, a, b, c the tried to sing the song, doesn't note word. this weekend in stockholm, a fan took action, throwing a water bottle at bieber. the crowd was crying out for despacito. he said i can't sing the song. i don't know it. >> doesn't know the words. >> despacito. >> he doesn't know the word.
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♪ ♪ word. sing b more than parts a and b here's why. medicare only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. . .
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♪ ♪ ♪ laid back with my mind on my money and money on my mind ♪ ♪ ♪ laid back with my mind on my money and money on my mind ♪ >> america's most influential couple is back. ♪ laid back with my mind on my money and money on my mind ♪ >> america's most influential couple is back. >> the obamas? >> no. they're still enjoying life in new york and d.c. >> the trumps. >> still in d.c. >> jay-z, be yn say. bert and ernie. >> this is obvious. close. talking about martha stewart and snoop dogg. the clue being the song that brought us in. >> oh. so abc's nick watt, met up with the odd couple. takes us on a look behind the scenes. >> yeah. >> welcome to martha and snoop's potluck dinner party. >> tv's odd couple back for season two because it works. >> going to start throwing dishes unless we get going. >> reporter: and backstage.
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>> did we find lobsters? >> chef's cameras, controlled chaos. >> that's for the -- the [ bleep ] burger. >> for the -- >> the [ bleep ] burger. the most expensive hamburger. >> thought she made that up. he was like, the what? >> so expensive. the show is going. good food and guests today. rupaul. >> always interesting to see people from different worlds come together and, and, meet in the middle. >> the weirdest group of people ever on a stage together. >> they have aligned their freak when see. i think that's a lesson for everyone in the world today. >> snoop, look at this! >> martha, let me try that again. >> it's interesting. they actually are friends. not going to put a different chef in or different rapper. this is the new formula. >> snoop was a guest on martha's daytime show. >> he wants greenish brownies. greener the better. off awe on game show.
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>> the country code for the czech republic. >> 420, baby. >> roasts together. now this. >> who is the worst guest last season? >> i would say -- your friend from atlanta. >> oh, wow. >> rick ross. >> if you don't do. if you don't do. >> which one did you want? >> crush. celebrity crush on martha. yeah. >> you like him, he is very talented. >> cheers. >> it does some times get a little boozy. >> we have different ways to cope with our alcoholic intake, right? >> okay. >> i have a nap. he has something else. >> yeah. >> nick watt, abc news, on set of snoop and martha. >> wonder what the something else is. >> i want to hang out with snoop and martha. >> can you imagine in the dressing room. snoop's dressing room. snoop's uncle is on the show. he also cooks with them. >> oh. >> a family affair. we want to be part of the family. >> yes, it is. a popular show. >> 100% of rotten tomatoes.
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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, a massive fire tearing through a london high-rise apartment building. flames racing up 24 floors as hundreds of people slept inside. the survival stories and the race to save those trapped and the dramatic video coming in. we're live at the scene. also breaking overnight an american detained in north korea is back in the united states but several questions remain this morning. like why was he suddenly released and why is he in a coma? >> the attorney general grilled on capitol hill defiant and on a mission to clear his name. we're live in washington with the details. and we do say good morning to you, everybody, on

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