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when somebody says the floor is lava, you have five seconds to get your feet off the ground or you lose. >> oh! i was just thinking this would have to be me. y'all holler the floor is lava, that would be me. straight to the ground. >> this is hysterical. i've watched it like nine times. and every time, so good. here's another one. >> the floor is lava. >> oh, no. >> save your comments. don't complain to us about people getting hurt. this is not our fault. this is just something people choose to do and we choose to laugh at them. >> the floor is lava. >> here's another one. this guy climbing. game a little bit backwards. >> he was like spider-man
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though. >> don't yell it though because i'm going to jump on you. >> the floor is lava. >> and now you're lava. >> the floor is lava. >> ooehere's another one. >> oh! >> the floor is lava. >> all right. one last one. >> oh, oh, oh. >> she could have climbed a tree. instead she decides to fling herself into the bush. >> the floor is lava. >> the floor is lava. >> the floor is lava. >> the floor is lava. quick! that's our show for today. thank you so much for joining us. check out rightthisminute.com for lots more or the next brand new episode of "rtm."
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accidentally locked them inside. you can see, pair of state troop ears rife on the scene. and they tell grandma, smash the window. >> she did. and they got the boy. and his puppy. everyone is okay. >> just need to get the car
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fixed. but it is understandable. >> sure they're happy to do that part. coming up, the latest part with united airliner. the packed airliner here leaking fuel. see how this ended. and dodge ball is back. how a charity campaign has reunited the cast of the 2004 cult classic including, ben stiller and vince vaughn. could we see the sequel? coming up next in "the skinny." first, here's a look at today's forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by fisher investments. forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by fisher investments.
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learn more at mucinex.com treat excess mucus with mucinex 12 hour and enjoy living well. fuel leak you are seeing stopped a transatlantic flight before it started. this is video from inside united flight 170 tuesday evening. scheduled to fly from newark, new jersey to venice, italy. the crew was alerted to the problem. flight was canceled. no word on what caused the leak. we'll learn more today about american student, otto warmbier, the 22-year-old in a cincinnati hospital after returning from north korea in a coma. he spent a year in prison there.
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overnight, north korea said it released warmbier on humanitarian grounds. his parents are holding a news conference this morning. where they're likely to accuse north korea of terrorizing and brutalizing their son. the hospital will update warmbier's condition this afternoon. the federal inreserve raising short-term interest rates by 0.25%. the nation's central bank says the economy is doing well and showing increasing strength. the fed's move will have greatest effect on credit cards and adjustable rate mortgages. auto loans and interest paid on savings won't change all that much. former vice president joe biden might be out of office but still slaying hearts. >> check out his latest instance of pda going viral. shall we? >> oh. oh, look at her excitement. so we are not sure which commencement speech this was. >> ah! >> but we do know, spoken at a few this year. this is what is going down. good for joe and good on her. she's excited. >> really committed.
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often people pose for a photo they keep their face about an inch or two away. he went right in. >> she became fan girl. >> pretty happy about it. >> coming up, floyd mayweather's social media challenge. >> dodge ball part ii. you are watching "world news now." babies aren't fully developed until at least 39 weeks.
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♪ ♪ ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> all right. it is "skinny" time. we are focusing on sports this morning. >> well, kind of. at least, we are talking dodge ball. the hit film starring ben stiller and vince vaughn. and whole bunch of other very funny folks. >> yesterday, stiller released video promoting, his charity, reprising role of obnoxious dwight goodman. >> before crossfit, before paleo.
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>> before -- >> long time, pal. sticking with the hair choice, strong move. >> yes, i am sticking with the hair choice. hello, kate. you are looking sensual. >> are you okay? >> i just threw up in my mouth a little. it happens. i'm good. >> by the way, christine taylor, stiller's soon to be ex-wife. they were in the original together. recently split after 17 years of marriage. they're in hollywood. >> clearly keeping a good sense of humor. good on them. >> still spending screen time together. >> i love this movie by the way. my favorite line. >> what is your favorite line. >> ouch. >> if you can dodge a bench you can dodge a ball. >> that wasn't a wrench. harder than a wrench. a pen. >> dodge a pen. >> not very good at dodge ball or pen ball. sticking with the sports theme here and the big news the
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match between two of the most outspoken and most humble guys in the world is on. >> yeah. unstoppable boxing champion, floyd mayweather jr. and ufc bad boy connor mcgregor officially facing off. a mega fight people. going down in vegas on august 26th. >> mcgregor shared excitement on social media talking trash and making fun of his opponent's age with a pic of floyd mayweather the senior. >> meanwhile, mayweather jr., who has a lot of money, has issued a new social media challenge. >> tired of people on social media, like they live a certain lifestyle when they really don't. so the mayweather challenge is, showing the people how you really live. the mayweather challenge. let's go. >> so, let's go. anybody answering the call to mayweather challenge. let's check in with the big
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ballers, the shop callers, here is, kyle, keeping it real with his 2012 honda civic with 103,000 miles needs to be washed in front of his parents' house where he lives. #mayweather challenge. here is another person showing off their gourmet dinner, eating, eating good with some raman, think from bowwow. actually. his dinner in coach class. >> got a mayweather challenge for you. >> check out this stack. >> $1. >> 2, 3, 4. >> where are the benjamins. >> a lot of george washington's in here, buddy. >> hamilton? >> it's all right. this, this -- this could get you in the champagne room some where. probably not. finally gene simmons of the legendary rock group kiss known for his business and prowess. a new level. >> may kiss into a multimillion dollar business selling every product. but some one needs to stay in his lane.
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> music means, you don't, time for our in box. there is plenty that you our viewers have been sounding off on social media about. >> right. first take this opportunity to thank you guys for showing us some love for our new promotional images. >> graphics folks, do a great job of making us look as if we are likable individuals. and you guys agree, right? allison comments on facebook. frank is awesome. diane and kendis are great, too. gee, thanks, allison. frank is in promotional clip. >> valerie ann says, i think we need a polka dedicate to frank, our favorite wnn addition. >> why is frank getting all the love?
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>> seeing a pattern here. >> not everybody into frank. ray posted, not the bunny! with a clip from monti python's holy grail. can't trust the rabbits. cold-blooded killers. >> what, frank is a sweetheart? >> look. not the bunny. >> yes! exactly. >> got to train frank to do that when you get out of line. >> how is that different than every day. >> let's move on to hair. >> sure about that? >> from hair to the hear. that might have been inspired by frank. >> had a little fun on a slow news night. decided she want to mix things up a little bit. >> makeup and hair. >> apparently though. >> what? >> it's a good look. new style. >> i used to use something similar to that to get fox tv back in the '80s.
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>> little rabbit ears. >> antenna. >> some one on twitter pointed out the new loki look. the norse god from thor. who wore it best? >> i would have to say because you are my co-anchor, loki. >> thanks a lot. >> all right. some of you like to use social media to point out our mistakes. much as we appreciate the attention to detail, feel free to let some of those slide. >> and you all know your names, sam, but beyond that. there is this. the geek alabama tweeted this to us saying. something tells me it is not 999 degrees outside, or we all be dead. here's the deal, it really was 999 degrees. a heat wave. >> hot out there. >> did you not hear us talk about the heat wave all week long in three-thirds of the country? don't question our facts. real news. we appreciate your e-mail. >> do love getting your messages. please don't be strangers. love to hear from you. shout
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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo, some of the top headlines this morning on "world news now." president trump calling congressman steve scalise a real fighter after sitting at his hospital bedside. scalise in critical condition following an attack on lawmakers at a baseball field that left several others injured. >> social media posts show the gunman responsible, hated republicans and hillary clinton. fbi believes 66-year-old james hodgkinson was in the washington area for at least two months and wasn't working. special counsel robert mueller reportedly investigating president trump for possible obstruction of justice stemming from the russia probe. sources say the president personally came under scrutiny after he fired fbi director james comey. >> otto warmbier's parents and the hospital he is located in
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plan to give us updates today. the 22-year-old american student in a coma after spending a year in north korean custody. some of the top stories we are following on thursday, june 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning to you, everyone. we'll start the half-hour with president trump among others requesting prayers for wounded congressman steve scalise after paying him a visit in the hospital. >> scalise in critical condition. doctors say facing several more surgeries. he was among several people shot when a gunman took aim at gop lawmakers at a baseball field just across the river from the nation's capital. >> the president is calling for unity. democrats and republicans are coming together in a show of resilience. playing their bipartisan baseball game tonight in washington as planned. abc's dan harris with the latest. >> reporter: two american institutions literally under fire. our national pastime and our
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elected officials. a barrage of gunfire at a baseball field, right outside washington, d.c. as republican members of congress practiced for their game against the democrats. law enforcement officers shouting at the suspect. 66-year-old james t. hodgkinson who had open fire on the players, apparently, deliberately targeting the gop. six people injured including congressman steve scalise, third ranking republican in the house of representatives, now in critical condition. the suspect now dead had a long and public history of anti-trump, and anti- at least 20 republican members
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of congress along with some of their families and others were gathered at the eugene simpson stadium prepping for charity match. >> i was taking ground balls at third base. jeff duncan, steve scalise at second. >> congressman, desantis, a man later identified as hodgkinson approached with a question about players on the field. >> individual came up and said hey, republicans or democrats. a little odd. i thought, that's odd. 7:00 in the morning. why would you be out there? >> reporter: shortly there after, shots rang out. >> thought it was a construction site that dropped a large piece of metal. >> reporter: hodgkinson opening fire using a rifle and handgun behind the third base dugout. >> hey is that guy okay out there.
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the guy shot is he okay. >> we didn't know where the shots were coming from. it was loud. it was constant. you just, wonder, when it is going to stop. >> i saw the gunman -- come around, to the back stop. and he had hey clear line of fire into the -- into the dugout. >> within three minutes. police officers arrived at the scene. >> you need a second helicopter. >> we will have another one. >> with the gunman disarmed, scalise's colleague s their clothes and look for the wound and make sure you stop the bleeding. >> representative scalise was transported to medstar where he underwent surgery for the gunshot wound. the suspect was transferred to george washington university hospital where he later died. >> the d.c. medical examiner has issued the cause of death as multiple gunshot wounds to the
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torso. >> reporter: dan harris, abc news, new york. >> now major focus of the fbi investigation its the gunman's social media posts. he once called president trump a traitor online. said the president had destroyed our democracy. >> james hodgkinson belonged to a facebook group called terminate the republican party. history of run ins with the law including an incident at his home two months ago at his home in illinois. neighbors called police as hodgkinson was firing dozens of shots. >> i said, hey, what the hell are you doing? stop the shooting there is houses over there. anyway, then there was some more shots. i said i am going to call the sheriff. and report him. he is not stopping. >> well he did get away with a warning after that incident. >> hodgkinson also volunteered for bernie sanders presidential campaign last year. sanders was quick to denounce hodgkinson in a senate speech after the attack.
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>> congressman steve scalise is the first member of congress wounded in a shooting since gabby giffords. >> she was shot in the head, meeting constituents in the arizona district in 2011. the incident put a temporary halt to the bipartisan battles on capitol hill. well, yesterday's attack is now doing the same. abc's maggie ruhle reports. >> for all the noise and fury, we are one family. >> reporter: standing before a politically divided house, speaker paul ryan delivers the message of unity. >> these were our brothers and sisters, in the line of fire. >> reporter: republicans and democrats come together in prayer as the leadership crosses the aisle. >> my prayer is that we can resolve our differences in a way, that furthers the preamble to the constitution. >> sometimes people feel that democrats are bad or republicans are bad. we forget that well are mu man beings. we have families that. we want what's best for everyone. >> leaders praise the bravery of the capitol police for their
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response to the shooting. for bernie sanders it hit closer to home. it is believe the alleged shooter volunteered on his presidential campaign. >> i am sickened by this despicable act. real change can only come about through nonviolent action and anything else runs counter to our most deeply held american values. >> reporter: values that congressional leaders say, will win. >> we are one house, the people any house, united in our humanity, it is that humanity which will win the day and it always will. god bless, i yield. >> the congressional baseball game has been happening since 1909. congressional leadership says they will not let tragedy threaten this great bipartisan tradition. the game will go on as planned. maggie ruhle, abc news, new york. >> by the way, that game, starts
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at 7:00 tonight. in washington, d.c. there are still tickets available for it. gabby giffords tweeted my heart is with farmer colleagues, fami family, staff and capitol police. more on the ambush in the next half-hour. unfortunately to a mass shooting this one in san francisco. union official says he doesn't understand why a ups driver would open fire on fellow drivers, killing three and then himself. labor leader says he filed a grievance but wasn't angry. we get more. >> reporter: the call at 8:55 a.m. >> possible active shooter. the suspect is an employee. >> reporter: a u.p.s. employee dressed for work, opening fire at the morning driver's meeting. killing his co-workers. >> it was pop, pop, pop, pop, seven shots. then he fired five to six more outside. >> i have two people shot. cpr in progress. i need two ambulances here now.
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>> reporter: employees rushed to safety. area residents ordered to shelter in place. one snapping this photo of workers on the roof. hands in the air. >> they were escaping. to get away from the gunman. >> reporter: police closing in with armored vehicles as they search for the suspect and secure the building. five employees were shot. three were killed. before the gunman took his own life. back to washington where the senate has overwhelmingly approved sanctions against russia for interfering in last year's election. yesterday's 97-2 vote okays penalties aimed at russian economy and individuals responsible for the cyber attacks. secretary of state rex tillerson asked lawmakers to make sure the sanctions can be adjusted to deal with potential diplomatic changes. >> now to a story out of paris that has the the makings of a steven king novel. >> gives me goose bumps thinking about it. >> two teenage boys rescued after spending three days trapped in the city's fame
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catacombs. >> to lay it out, catacombs 60 feet under paris' streets and hold the remains of 6 million people. >> the temperature in the 150 miles of passage ways is about 60 degrees. it can get pretty warm as well. i maneuvered through them. very easy to get lost in there. there are no maps saying, or, signs that are saying this way out. >> so snakes scare you, but getting lost in a cave like that is fine. >> i was scared. >> used to think a small section of the catacombs are open. nobody knows how the teenagers got into the section they were in. people have been known to sneak in. it's possible that's what happened. >> freaky. enter one part of paris, go under. end up, three miles away. where am i now? >> unbelievable. well, other than hypothermia, they seem to be doing just fine. >> good to have a happy ending at the end of that one.
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coming up, the death defying event over niagara falls. what the dare devil wife of nic walenda plan to do from a helicopter with her teeth and toes. later, new technology built into many cars could save the life of your child during the hot summer months. here is your look hat today's temperatures.
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♪ >> cool. >> control room. go. >> pittsburgh penguins, stanley cup victory parade set a new record for the steel city there. >> more than 650,000 penguins fans jammed into the streets of downtown pittsburgh yesterday. the pen stanley cup victory parade wound its way from the city's east end into a whole sea of fans at point state park. >> the number, 650,000. largest crowd in the history of pittsburgh and more than twice the size of the city's actual population. >> my favorite. the city doubles in size. you know those are dedicated fans. >> people came from all over western pen for that. meanwhile, the bay area is
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all charged up ready to celebrate the golden state warriors championship win with a victory parade through downtown oakland later this morning. over 1 million fans are expected along the parade route which will culminate with a rally. forecast, sunny with a high of 77 degrees. can't ask for much better than that? >> perfect. yeah. so the wife of famed daredevil nik wallenda set to break a height record this morning. >> she plans to perform a series of maneuvers including hanging by her teeth and toes from a helicopter over niagara falls. now this comes on the fifth anniversary of nik wallenda's televised walk over the falls. >> they say the stunt will break the height record set by nik six years ago when he hung by his
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teeth over branson, missouri. >> most couples will say i did the dishes. well i dried them the they compete well i hung hundreds of feet over niagara falls by my teeth. yeah, i'll do it from a helicopter. >> wonder what their first date may have been like. that as well. >> good luck. we'll be watching. coming up, keeping the families on the road safe this summer. >> we are testing out the latest technology designed to save kids' lives as they ride in the back seat. coming up next on "world news now". if you've got a life, you gotta swiffer
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♪ >> nice to see what apps the kids are using. now to life-saving technology designed to keep kids safe while riding in the back seat this summer. >> some legislators are fighting
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to make child safety alert systems mandatory in all cars. abc's correspondent checked out three. >> reporter: the kind of dramatic videos every summer. toddlers and babies rescued from hot cars. experts believe these incidents are preventible. i can't think of anything more important in my vehicle than alerting me if a child has been left behind. >> reporter: now the children safety organization, kids and cars, as well as lawmakers are pushing for all cars to be built with a child alert system. >> there are technologies that can prevent that kind of tragedy. we should do it right away. >> reporter: with several devices on the market, we tried out three popular technologies meant to help remember your precious cargo in the back seat. a car seat with built-in technology. an alert system in some general motors cars. and a popular traffic app. for demonstration i borrowed my
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producer's baby, ben. >> okay, ben, here we go. >> first up, sensor safe, exclusive technology in some evenflo car seats. this goes into your car's diagnostics. pretty simple. that receiver communicated with the car seat's smart chest clip letting the driver know through chimes whether a child is still in the seat after the car is turned off. there it is. it works. it goes off just seconds after we turn off the car. next, we look at general motors rear seat reminder system. feature uses back door sensors that activate whether either rear door is opened or closed within 10 minutes of the vehicle being started. or while the vehicle is running. when you reach your destination, you get a reminder on your dashboard. going to turn the car off. rear seat reminder. look in rear seat. what happens if i make a stop along the way. rear seat reminder, there it is.
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and restart the car without opening the back door. i got out to get gas. see if i get the reminder when i turn the car off. no reminder. gm says their feature designed to remind drivers to check the back seat as they exit their vehicle under certain circumstances. >> for our last technology. we try out the popular traffic app waze. it has the a setting that will remind you to check your back seat when you reach a destination, you entered into the app. but it won't alert you during an impromptu stop. we have arrived. wow. i didn't even turn the car off and i have a child reminder. see. child reminder. check your car before you leave. >> one important thing using app based alerts. make sure your phone is charged. >> biggest mistake parents make is they feel this can happen to them. paula faris, abc news, new york.
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♪ jump for my love ♪ jump for my love ♪ jump in ♪ and feel my touch ♪ jump >> if you want to taste my kisses in the night then jump for my love. >> teenagers in wisconsin are jumping at the chance to land one of the most awesome summer jobs ever. >> a time honored tradition in lake geneva, trying out for position that requires jumping off and then back on to a mail boat as it is moving. andy choi of our milwaukee station has our story. >> jump. >> i don't know. seems to draw people in. it's a really unique thing. >> leap of faith for teens looking to find their summertime sea legs all while trying to stay dry. >> i don't think i would like to
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fall in. if it happens it happens. >> they are literally. jumping at the chance to make special deliveries as mail boat jumpers. a lake geneva tradition more than 100 years old. >> whoa. >> actually started in 1916. in those days necessity. this was a summer resort for wealthy. but wilderness. >> reporter: it may be a novelty today, but the dozen kids trying out for the summer's six jumper spots remain laser focused as they deliver mail from a moving boat from pier to pier. >> run faster than you think that you should be. because, you'll be running and, say i'll make it back. turn around the boat will be almost gone. >> reporter: these auditions are a grueling test of speed, agility and confidence. obviously not every dry run -- is a dry run. >> whoa! >> i have not fallen in trials period. fallen in three times total. during the season. >> reporter: in an era when snail mail can't keep up with
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the likes of snapchat. >> lot of snapchats are taken during this trip. >> reporter: these fast-moving teens say the nautical nature of this kind of snail mail remains one of the hottest summer jobs around. in lake geneva, andy choi, wsn, 12 news. >> makes me nervous. >> love the kid, did the back flip. showing off. >> we have good training for this. just like getting into a new york city taxicab. i'm coming. can you please just slow down? >> running. >> no. >> i would be head first in the water. >> you would nail it. then i would push you in. >> yeah. person into the platform. >> that's the news for this half-hour.
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this morning on "world news now" a gunman opens fire on members of congress. >> several are injured including one congressman in critical condition. we'll look at the latest on the investigation and how the gunman was finally killed. and probing into the gunman's past his social media post slamming the president and hillary clinton. complaints by his neighbors as police say he was living in his van. a possible turning point in the russia probe. the president is now under investigation for possible obstruction of justice, according to "the washington post." details ahead. a psychic who admittedly failed to see his own fate. his car comes crashing into the restaurant where he's eating. this morning he's okay, but he's the laughing stock of the psychic world.
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we'll try to cheer him up on this thursday, june 15th. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >> something we can all use after the last 24 hours that we had. very busy news day. we'll start with what is call for unity following that shooting rampage. gunman opening fire on members of congress. >> president trump and the first lady went to the hospital last night to visit congressman steve scalise who remains in critical condition and will need more surgery. also met with one of the hero officers who returned fire on the shooter. the lawmakers is a friendly matchup against democratic colleagues and it will go on as planned tonight. in a show of bipartisan support, republicans and democrats came together for a dinner last night. lana zach with the latest.
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more about the suspected gunman james hoodgkinson whose life was apparently starting to unravel. >> the shooter has been living out of his vehicle. >> reporter: he left for alexandria, virginia, two months ago without work. president trump visiting the hospital wednesday night. just before the shooting began, one congressman was approached by a stranger. now believed to be hodgkinson. >> i did have an interaction with someone in the parking lot who asked me if the team practicing was a democrat or republican team. i said they were republicans and he said, okay, thanks. >> reporter: moments later, congressman scalise hit on second. rand paul ducking behind a tree. >> we had no arms. all we had was bats. >> reporter: others scurrying to the dugout capitol hill police on the scene returned fire. >> not only chaotic, but a combat situation. >> reporter: representative joe barton 10-year-old's son, jack,
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was on the field. members tried to protect him in the dugout. >> everybody out there was looking out for him, not just me. >> reporter: partisanship cast aside in shared disbelief. >> we are united in our shock. we are united in our anguish and an attack on one of us is an attack on all of us. >> reporter: amid calls to dial back on some of the tense rhetoric that we heard coming out of washington, there is signs of solidarity and strength. one of those that congressional baseball game that was scheduled for tonight will, in fact, continue raising money for charity, undeterred with one slight edit. instead of republicans and democrats wearing their own uniforms, everybody will be wearing the same uniforms tonight. lsu in honor of congressman scalise. >> of course, he is from louisiana. the president was supposed to attend that baseball game, but because of security reasons, he is not. he had offered measured words in response to the shooting
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denouncing it as a brutal assault. >> after sitting by scalise's bed side he tweeted he is in tough shape but is a real fighter. the president issued the nation from the white house and issued a call for unity. >> we may have our differences, but we do well in times like these to remember that everyone who serves in our nation's capital is here because, above all, they love our country. we could all agree that we are blessed to be americans. that our children deserve to grow up in safety and peace. >> the president also praised the capital police officers who were injured. if it weren't for their heroic actions, many lives would have been lost. >> the police were at the park to protect scalise who gets a security detail because of his position as the third highest ranking republican in the house.
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details about the others injured in the attack. matt mika is a lobbyist shot multitle times and also in critical condition. >> zach barth was texting for help during the incident. he's already out of the hospital. u.s. capital police officer crystal griner was shot in the ankle and david bailey treated for minor injuries. both officers are expected to make a full recovery and being hailed as heroes this morning. >> wonderful that they were there and able to act as quickly as they did. now, of course, in addition to examining exactly what happened we're also examining every aspect of the gunman's life. at least investigators are. now, part of that investigation involves his social media's posts. >> the fbi is paying attention to his postings against president trump and republicans in general. here is abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: police racing to
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the home james hodgkinson. the desperate search for clues about the would-be mass murder killed in a shootout with police. no one knew would explode into a barrage of gunfire. in the 66-year-old's home town in southwestern illinois. shock. >> he was in a few fights and stuff like that, but nothing that would demonstrate violence as far as what he did. >> reporter: the fbi focused on these posts a deep hatred for republicans even calling president trump a traitor. trump has destroyed our democracy. it is time to destroy trump and company. he posted a cartoon critical of steve scalise who he allegedly shot. he joined facebook groups. including one dubbed terminate the republican party. his now removed facebook page showing support for vermont senator confirming hodgkinson volunteered for the campaign.
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>> the alleged shooter at the republican baseball practice this morning is someone who apparently volunteered on my presidential campaign. i am sickened by this despicable act. >> reporter: he had no love for hillary clinton either. posting a nomination for hillary equals a win for trump. but there were run ins with the law. a history of petty violations and hints that violence could be coming. in april 2006, police responded to a domestic incident in which hodgkinson was accused of striking a woman and hitting a neighbor in the face with a shotgun. the misdemeanor charges were later dropped. two months ago police were called to his illinois home after neighbors complained about shots being fired. >> i said i'm going to call the sheriff and report him. i'm not stopping. >> reporter: he was only given a warning. his life was apparently starting to unravel. he left for alexandria, virginia, two months ago. without work, living out of a
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gym bag. >> we believe that the shooter was living out of his vehicle. >> reporter: he would stop by this bar about eight blocks from the shooting sight. >> i remember him being extremely quiet. didn't really make eye contact and then would be staring, you know, when i was looking away or looking out the window a lot. >> at this point, do they believe he acted alone? but they want to be absolutely certain. nothing will be left to chance. peaire thomas. >> some members of congress are now reporting death threats after the shooting. and that's now prompting a whole debate over security on capitol hill and for lawmakers there and to what degree we should be going to protect our lawmakers. >> many members of the congressional black caucus among others who went to speaker ryan just a few weeks ago to express their concern about their own safety. and it's something that is going to be reexamined right now. when you think about it. these town halls and all these
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different events that our congressional people go to that are open to the public. no sort of security there, no security details. it's shocking that this has not happened before other than gabby giffords incident from 2011. >> even in the midst of the debate the question of what exactly that means is up for debate. some say they need the security detail like the whip had in this case. which is the only reason this gunman was taken down so quickly. others are saying they need to be armed wherever they live. >> i used to live across the street from nancy pelosi in washington, d.c., and i remember jogging on the path and walking behind her and she was walking and had a security detail that was there just a couple steps behind. >> it's the others in congress that are now thinking maybe they need some security, as well. >> absolutely. we will have more from washington later this half hour and live updates on "good morning america." another mass shooting in this country specifically in san francisco. three u.p.s. workers are dead, shot by a fellow driver. 38-year-old jimmy lamb went into
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the morning meeting there and opened fire. a union official said he had filed a grievance in march complaining he was working too much overtime. police sources also say he had a history of mental health problems, but no word on exactly what might have set him off. two other u.p.s. drivers were also injured. president trump now reportedly under investigation for possible obstruction of justice. "the washington post" says robert mueller is trying to determine if the president interfered with the probe into russian election meddling. sources tell the paper the investigation of the president started days after he fired fbi director james comey. they say mueller is preparing to interview director of national intelligence dan coats. the president had reportedly asked them both to publicly deny any collusion and he allegedly wanted coates to get comey to back off the michael flynn investigation. the president's attorney said the leak of information is
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deliberations after that jury was told to keep trying. officer janez charged with manslaughter for shooting castillo after he was legally armed. yesterday jurors said they could not reach a verdict, but the judge encouraged them to reexamine their views saying not to surrender their honest opinion. there are now criminal charges connected to the flint water crisis. michigan health and human services director among five accused of manslaughter all of this in a death of a man developed legionnaire's disease. prosecutors didn't alert the public to a 2014 outbreak of the disease. flint's water problems have been linked to legionnaires. the early morning inferno trapped more than 100 families forcing them in some cases to drop children from upper floors in a desperate attempt to save them. here is abc's james longwood. >> reporter: a 24-story building
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up in flames. explosions. fire balls and residents trapped inside. this resident streaming live on facebook. >> we're stuck on the 23rd floor. >> reporter: insome seen dropping down ropes fastened from bed sheets. desperately attempting escape. others resorting to this. >> a lady appeared at the window. i am about to throw my baby. please catch the baby. >> reporter: the baby survived a nearly ten-story fall. caught by a bystander. serious questions raised about why the fire spread so rapidly and whether fire alarms were working properly. police say 12 victims so far. residents are complaining their prior warnings about the building's safety were ignored. fire crews have scoured the building, but at this point it will be to look for bodies. authorities say the death toll is likely to keep rising. >> our thanks to james longman in west london. coming up, putting aside politics in the face of tragedy.
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we can all agree we are blessed to be americans. that our children deserve to grow up in a nation of safety and peace.
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and that we are strongest when we are unified. and when we work together for the common good. >> that was president trump reacting to news of the shooting yesterday at that congressional baseball practice. >> overnight the president and the first lady visited with some of the victims of the shooting. but the president's message yesterday sounding strikingly similar to that of former president barack obama reacting to the last time a member of congress was shot. gabby giffords, after she was targeted in a similar way in 2011. take a listen. this is more than a tragedy for those involved. it is a tragedy for arizona and a tragedy for our entire country. what americans do at times of tragedy is to come together and support each other. we are going to get to the bottom of this and through this. but in the meantime, i think all of us need to make sure we are offering our thoughts and
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prayers. >> pretty similar theme there. working together. and creating a better tomorrow. for future generations. barack obama in 2011. and we heard president trump there yesterday. there was a little bit of bipartisan unity took place after gabby giffords and several others were shot. remember state of the union, some of the republicans and democrats didn't sit apart, they sat together. didn't last long. >> the tone has changed. in terms of the similarities of the messages. interesting that -- that president trump, president obama had similar speeches. if you look at what the house speakers also said in the aftermath. we heard, speaker ryan saying an attack on one of us is an attack on all of us. if you look back at what speaker boehner said in 2011 after gabby giffords was shot. an attack on one who serves is an attack on all who serve. maybe we'll see a return to unity in the wake of gifford
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>> we are going to start your "the mix" on thursday with a real battle taking place in lubbock, texas. they know how to do things bigger in texas and that they do. it is a sign war taking place between a wendy's and a pure water shop. across the street. wendy's fires off this, saying anything you can brew we can brew better. try our fruitea chillers. fruitea chillers. >> fruit with tea. very creative. >> good thing our tea is stronger than your sign game. >> ooh. pure water throwing down. snap.
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>> they continue. everyone knows wendy's squares up you ain't about that life. burgers aren't the only things square at wendy's. >> ooh. pure water. two. >> for the win. pure water. >> wendy's parking only violators will be served pure water. >> ooh. >> you better check yourself before you wreck yourself, wendy's. >> you can do better, pure water. >> pure water won that battle. >> oh, yeah. all right. on to a man who didn't win a battle against a car. clay robinson was just eating at an arizona restaurant. >> oh. >> when his car just plows in. sends him air born. pins him against the wall. there he was eating his eggs when out of nowhere i look down and my leg has a car on it. doctors say a miracle he managed to walk away from the whole thing. the part that wasn't so much miracle. blare robinson is a psychic.
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he says he didn't see it coming. >> he knew that was coming. that's why he didn't get hurt that bad. the kicker, the friend he was eating with also a psychic. also no idea the car was going to fly through the window. >> the other one, hiring that psychic. he wasn't hurt. you know what, that right there, dangerous spot. going to sit over here. >> enjoy your eggs. >> check out this mom in the uk that is an art student or also a recent art student and decided to turn her hedge there into a photo her son. she also did it with her partner. >> the hair. >> 51-year-old partner there. >> look at it. not bad. >> his hair would have been easier. >> her daughter is peeved hasn't done her daughter. >> jealous. speaking of jealous, how much would you pay for a prime parking spot?
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this morning on "world news now," the chilling moment gunfire rang out on the baseball field, leaving a congressman in critical condition and several others injured as so many ran for cover. >> that horrific shooting is bringing some unity to the nation's capital with democrats and republicans coming together for a special baseball dinner. the parents of college student otto warmbier expected to discuss their son's condition later today. >> he is home but in a coma after being in north korea for a year. and the battle between the two nicest humble fighters in the world is officially happening. mayweather/mcgregor. trash talking under way. plus mayweather's social media
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challenge that nobody is talking about. or actually taking seriously. it is thursday, june 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." we can say good morning to you, everybody on this thursday. it is a busy one. start the half-hour with the show of bipartisan support after that attack on republican lawmakers during a batting practice in, in, suburban washington, d.c. >> annual charity baseball game preparing for between democrats and republicans will go on as planned tonight. president trump stopped by the hospital last night to see republican congressman, steve scalise in critical condition. five others are recovering hailed as heros for saving so many lives. >> police are now looking into the past of the deceased gunman who had railed against president trump on social media. >> the first gunshot sent
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members of congress racing for cover as police then engaged the gunman in a shootout. >> here is some of what the people in the park saw and heard. [ gunfire ] [ gunshots ] >> everybody get down!
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[ gunfire ] >> that was video captured by a man who happened to be walking his dog at the time. it is just unbelievable how long it goes on for. >> yeah. just so you know that was about a minute and a half that we, we played out there. it is longer than that. it just gives you a sense of how long that, that, that encounter was. couple of thoughts about it. you can hear the man breathing heavily. and then you see all the folks scurrying around. imagining how trapped the congressional members might have felt. >> you can hear, police officers saying put the gun down.
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put the gun down. hearing all the shots. means the gunman is still armed at the time after all the shots fired. investigators are now looking into every aspect of that gunman james hodgkinson's life. the 66-year-old home inspector had not been working recently. >> his social media posts demonstrated hatred for republicans. hodgkinson once called president trump a traitor online. and belonged to a facebook group called terminate the republican party. the fbi believes he had been in the washington area since march. and was living out of a van. he was familiar to the staff at a bar a few blocks away from the shooting scene. >> he would come in and -- watch golf a lot. middle of the day, typically. and he would always come in by himself. the first time i met him he was a little bit odd. he would -- just sit there by himself real quiet. struck me as a very introverted
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person. and, rubbed me the wrong way. >> hodgkinson had a series of run ins with the law. two months ago he received a warning from police at his home in illinois after neighbors complained about him firing dozens of shots. >> despite at take. the house will be in session. >> victims who were wounded are starting their long recovery journey. mary bruce tells us more about them. >> reporter: congressman, steve scalise was looking forward to the big game. >> couldn't make my high school team. kind of bloomed later in life. >> reporter: the louisiana lawmaker a proud ragin calling his wife before surgery. also hit, zach barth, congressional aide, posting he was in the hospital but okay. lobbyist matt mika one of the team's coaches shot in the chest. in critical condition. and those two heroic officers, crystal griner shot in the ankle. david bailey, nine year veteran
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of the capital police suffering minor injuries. both there to protect scalise but protecting so many more. >> scalise gets security because he is in leadership. had scalise not been there it would have been a massacre there would be no we to defend yourself. >> reporter: congressman, rodney davis of illinois the team catcher was at bat when shots rang out. we show him the shooter's photo. >> makes me nauseous to find out he may be from my home state. the hate just over political differences has ratcheted up to where it becomes entertainment value. and that has to stop. it's my breaking point. i'm going to do everything i can to make it stop. >> reporter: and moments of unity. the image in the dugout. democratic team praying for their republican colleagues. and in the halls of congress. >> an attack on one of us is an
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attack on all of us. >> reporter: that congressional baseball game will go on tonight. that show of unity extending to the baseball diamond here in washington. democrats and republicans feeling it sends a strong message that americans will not back down to fear. one republican who was on the field explained it, we all agree, we need to play ball. mary bruce, abc news, capitol hill. and the democratic baseball team did more than just pray for their republican colleagues. >> they invited members of the republican team to have dinner with them last night. louisiana democrat, cedric richmond brought crawfish in honor of scalise from louisiana the two are good friends. the republican team manager, joe barton of texas called the dinner invitation a gracious and generous offer. >> this baseball game tonight at nationals park in d.c., one that goes back for more than century. first one in 1909. and at that time they said it
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had been brewing for weeks. looking back at some old photos of them in their republican and democratic outfits. classic 1909. you would imagine. >> these are the moments we often don't see in washington. we look at division, all the heated moments. all the rhetoric, we often don't see the fun moments where people from both parties come together. and just enjoy something as simple as a good baseball game. in this case, of course the game is going to take on so much more meaning. instead of the usual tradition to wear opposing uniforms as most baseball teams do. they will be wearing the same uniform in an effort to show unity. >> lsu. all right. we'll be tracking all the latest developments in the changing story with updates throughout the morning. special counsel investigating russian interference in the election reportedly looking into whether president trump tried to obstruct justice. sources tell "the washington post" robert mueller is planning to interview the director of national intelligence and head of the nsa following reports that the president had asked
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them to intervene in the russia probe. abc's cecelia vega has more. >> reporter: yeah, this report says essentially president trump is now part of this investigation personally. that they're looking into, possible obstruction of justice of course former fbi director james comey just recently testified he told the president he was not personally part of the investigation. under his tenure. this seems to have changed. we did get a statement from the president's legal team. they're calling this a leak that is outrageous, inexcusable and illegal. >> thank you. robert mueller was on capitol hill yesterday. meeting with the leaders of the senate intelligence committee. aides say they want to make sure that their parallel investigations on russian interference and possible collusion with the trump campaign don't interfere with one another. u.p.s. driver in san francisco killed three of his co-workers before turning the gun on himself. jimmy lamb burst into morning meeting before drivers left to make deliveries. and then opened fire. two other drivers were injured. a union official says lamb had filed grievance earlier this
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year. complaining that he was working too much overtime. but sources say, lamb was a loner who had mental health issues and was estranged from his wife. authorities in london are monitoring stability on a high rise apartment tower almost completely scorched. the death toll is up to at least 12 people. officials say that number is all but certain to rise. more than 70 other people have been treated for injuries. churches and mosques near the building providing services for residents who escaped with virtually nothing but what they were wearing. the landlord of the building says they're cooperating with fire investigators. we have video to show you now of a special save involving a boy and his dog. >> 2-year-old boy and puppy were strapped in a steaming hot car in new jersey. the toddler's grandmother accidentally locked them inside. you can see, pair of state troop ears rife on the scene. and they tell grandma, smash the window. >> she did. and they got the boy. and his puppy. everyone is okay.
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>> just need to get the car fixed. but it is understandable. >> sure they're happy to do that part. coming up, the latest problem with united airlines. the packed airliner here leaking fuel. see how this ended. and dodge ball is back. how a charity campaign has reunited the cast of the 2004 cult classic including, ben stiller and vince vaughn. could we see the sequel? coming up next in "the skinny." first, here's a look at today's forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by fisher investments. forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by fisher investments.
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learn more at mucinex.com treat excess mucus with mucinex 12 hour and enjoy living well. fuel leak you are seeing stopped a transatlantic flight before it started. this is video from inside united flight 170 tuesday evening. scheduled to fly from newark, new jersey to venice, italy. the crew was alerted to the problem. flight was canceled. no word on what caused the leak. we'll learn more today about american student, otto warmbier, the 22-year-old in a cincinnati hospital after returning from
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north korea in a coma. he spent a year in prison there. overnight, north korea said it released warmbier on humanitarian grounds. his parents are holding a news conference this morning. where they're likely to accuse north korea of terrorizing and brutalizing their son. the hospital will update warmbier's condition this afternoon. the federal reserve raising short-term interest rates by 0.25%. the nation's central bank says the economy is doing well and showing increasing strength. the fed's move will have greatest effect on credit cards and adjustable rate mortgages. auto loans and interest paid on savings won't change all that much. former vice president joe biden might be out of office but still slaying hearts. >> check out his latest instance of pda going viral. shall we? >> oh. oh, look at her excitement. so we are not sure which commencement speech this was. >> ah! >> but we do know, spoken at a few this year.
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this is what is going down. good for joe and good on her. she's excited. >> really committed. often people pose for a photo they do the weird thing where they keep their face an inch or two away from you. he went right in. >> she became fan girl. >> pretty happy about it. >> coming up, floyd mayweather's social media challenge. >> dodge ball part ii. you are watching "world news now." >> coming up, floyd mayweather's social media challenge. >> dodge ball part ii. you are wa ng "world news now."
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> all right. it is "skinny" time. we are focusing on sports this morning. >> well, kind of. at least, we are talking dodge ball. the hit film starring ben stiller and vince vaughn. and whole bunch of other very funny folks. >> yesterday, stiller released video promoting, his charity, reprising role of obnoxious
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dwight goodman. >> before crossfit, before paleo. >> before -- >> long time, pal. sticking with the hair choice, strong move. >> yes, i am sticking with the hair choice. hello, kate. you are looking sensual. >> are you okay? >> i just threw up in my mouth a little. it happens. i'm good. >> by the way, christine taylor, stiller's soon to be ex-wife. they were in the original together. recently split after 17 years of marriage. they're in hollywood. >> clearly keeping a good sense of humor. good on them. >> still spending screen time together. >> i love this movie by the way. my favorite line. >> what is your favorite line. >> ouch. >> if you can dodge a bench you can dodge a ball. >> that wasn't a wrench. harder than a wrench. a pen. >> dodge a pen. >> not very good at dodge ball
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or pen ball. sticking with the sports theme here and the big news the match between two of the most outspoken and most humble guys in the world is on. >> yeah. unstoppable boxing champion, floyd mayweather jr. and ufc bad boy connor mcgregor officially facing off. a mega fight people. going down in vegas on august 26th. >> mcgregor shared excitement on social media talking trash and making fun of his opponent's age with a pic of floyd mayweather the senior. >> meanwhile, mayweather jr., who has a lot of money, has issued a new social media challenge. >> tired of people on social media, like they live a certain lifestyle when they really don't. so the mayweather challenge is, showing the people how you really live. the mayweather challenge. let's go. >> so, let's go.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> music means, you don't, time for our in box. there is plenty that you our viewers have been sounding off on social media about. >> right. first take this opportunity to thank you guys for showing us some love for our new promotional images. >> graphics folks, do a great job of making us look as if we are likable individuals. and you guys agree, right? allison comments on facebook. frank is awesome. diane and kendis are great, too. gee, thanks, allison. frank is in promotional clip. >> valerie ann says, i think we need a polka dedicate to frank, our favorite wnn addition. i'm seeing a pattern here. >> why is frank getting all the
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love? >> seeing a pattern here. >> not everybody into frank. ray posted, not the bunny! with a clip from monti python's holy grail. can't trust the rabbits. cold-blooded killers. >> what, frank is a sweetheart? >> look. not the bunny. >> yes! exactly. >> got to train frank to do that when you get out of line. >> how is that different than every day. >> let's move on to hair. >> sure about that? >> from hare to the hair. that might have been inspired by frank. >> had a little fun on a slow news night. decided she want to mix things up a little bit. >> makeup and hair. >> apparently though. >> what? >> it's a good look. new style. >> i used to use something similar to that to get fox tv back in the '80s.
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>> little rabbit ears. >> antenna. >> some one on twitter pointed out the new loki look. the norse god from thor. who wore it best? >> i would have to say because you are my co-anchor, loki. >> thanks a lot. >> all right. some of you like to use social media to point out our mistakes. much as we appreciate the attention to detail, feel free to let some of those slide. >> and you all know your names, sam, but beyond that. there is this. the geek alabama tweeted this to us saying. something tells me it is not 999 degrees outside, or we all be dead. here's the deal, it really was 999 degrees. a heat wave. >> hot out there. >> did you not hear us talk about the heat wave all week long in three-thirds of the country? don't question our facts. real news. we appreciate your e-mail. >> do love getting your
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making news in america this morning, a congressman fighting for his life after a gunman opens fire on lawmakers at a baseball practice. this morning all the victims are identified as members of congress unite. >> an attack on one of us is an attack on all of us. >> overnight the president and first lady visit the hospital as the fbi searches the scene. plus, new details on the shooter. his support for bernie sanders. the facebook post explaining why he hated republicans and the heroic capitol police who stopped him. the new report this morning saying president trump is being investigated for obstruction of justice. overnight the white house is reacting to the new report. and hang on. a woman clings to a vehicle while it drives down a highway. what led up to

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