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it is without a doubt the second best version of that song here. because you're about to hear the best. ♪ to sum up how electrons come and go ♪ ♪ matter fields and equations pose ♪ ♪ part of the equation will just lead when it expands ♪ ♪ add it in with the proton and watch them start to dance ♪ >> science can be fun! ♪ orbits all take the shape they do to the quantum rules ♪ ♪ be combined in the bonding ♪ low high low high low high >> then we get into the quantum rules and i'm just, like, done. >> take me back to high school. my head hurts. ♪ figure of a molecule when they take the shape they do ♪ >> i'm like crushing real hard right now.
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♪ the second shell can be filled up with base ♪ ♪ go atoms i feel your tug >> this is at the top of neil degrasse tyson's play list. >> he probably wrote it. ♪ say oh carbon here's our touch ♪ >> how does anyone write that? >> i don't know. i'm just dancing. >> you're just dancing and i'm crushing. ♪ molecules take the shape of you ♪ well, that brings us to the end of the episode. if you want more head to rightthisminute.com.
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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. bea: and it takes a toll on everyone. i mean, it's -- it's a depressing disease to watch unfold before your eyes. she actually thought those of us who were caring for her and who loved her most were her worst enemies. more and more responsibilities fell on my shoulders. lisa: this disease just ravages a family. it changes your life. the magnitude of it is indescribable. my mother taught me to be in the moment. we have to live in the moment with them.
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residents of this central florida neighborhood say they love to watch the hot air balloons fly overhead. >> it's peaceful and tranquil. >> they're not so thrilled when one of them lands on a house. that part's not good. the torch went out and the pilot couldn't restart it. luckily, no one was hurt, but the homeowner is taking hot air ballooning off his bucket list. no need. i'm good. former vice presidential candidate, sarah palin has filed a defamation lawsuit against the "new york times." palin is accusing "the times" of falsely linking her political action ads to the shooting of then congresswoman gabby giffords. it came out the day steve scalise was shot, and the paper issued a correction the day later.
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palin's lawyer says they violated their own policies and the law. and jury selection is going into a third day in martin shkreli's fraud trial. >> he's the former ceo who raised the price of a life-saving drug by 5,000%. many jurors said they could not be fair. linsey davis has more. >> reporter: the so-called bad boy of pharmaceuticals, martin shkreli is getting ready for trial. jurors have been skewering him to his face. one potential juror called him a snake. another saying he's the face of corporate greed in america. nearly 200 jurors dismissed. some for those strong opinions. >> they have to find people who can be fair. and that doesn't necessarily mean they have to know nothing about the case, but they certainly can't think that he's a snake. >> reporter: u.s. prosecutors accuse shkreli of a ponzi-type scheme. involving his drug company and hedge fund. we interviewed him back in 2015.
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>> not a greedy person. >> reporter: shkreli has continued to cultivate his bad-boy image, smirking in front of congress and banned from twitter for trolling journalists. that jury is still not seated. if convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to linsey there. and when we come back, we break down the latest explosive episode of "the bachelorette." >> and some guy named ryan, he did something. >> he's just a great guy. >> that's coming up in the skinny. >> oscar nominee. up in the skinny. >> oscar nominee.
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the apartment building where the fire was. when things like this happen, i think you find a new perspective on life. hi. red cross put us in a hotel so we were able to stay together. we're strong and,
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if we overcame that or if we can overcome that, we can overcome anything, so. [ sniffle ] ♪ skinny, so skinny we were looking forward to "the skinny." last time we checked, there were
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plenty of guys who were still hoping to win rachel's heart on "the bachelorette." >> and that is not the case anymore. ladies and gentlemen, here to tell us how that field was cut in half last night, let's go to senior global chief analyst, jack sheahan. >> nailed it. >> all of those. we were here 24 hours ago, there were 12 dudes still involved in this whole thing. everybody was over in norway. >> uh-huh. >> so let's roll that beautiful bachelorette footage. let's get this lee and kenny thing over with. this two-on-one date with rachel. lee and kenny, they still don't like each other. after all this time. >> no. >> yeah. so basically, rachel tells lee, she doesn't trust him. so they're outta there. lee is basically left behind. kenny and rachel get off to the helicopter. kenny's got to go back and give
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lee one more round of business, if you know what i'm sayin'. >> stupid. >> rachel didn't particularly care for that. nonetheless, one of the most important shots of the show was when we see the helicopter take off, and there is lee, left behind in the norwegian wilderness, some will hope that he's back for the men-tell-all. if he's missing, i don't think anybody's going to miss him. >> does he have to find his way out of the wilderness on his own? >> who knows, at least he wasn't left on a deserted island as we've seen in the past. next, off to denmark, you've heard of the olympic games, the pan-am games, these were the viking games. it was a group date, believe it or not. yesterday we promised blood, and there was some blood in the final round of the viking games here between adam and kenny. who knows his way around the squared circle. he is a professional wrestler.
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there was blood, take our word for it. >> [ bleep ]. >> there will be blood. >> next, the big headline of this show was a long parade of guys heading to the exit, thankfully, i will say, heading to the exits. >> thanks for drawing blood on each other, buh-bye. >> he was buh-bye. >> anthony, he is out of there. kenny, the wrestler, he has taken his eyebrow wound back to vegas, good-bye. >> what? after all that? >> so much for him. that's alex. we said good bye to will, who i thought actually had a chance down the stretch. >> mm-hm. >> much as we did yesterday, let's end on a good note. >> yes, please. >> kiss count. >> kiss count. >> kiss count. roll it. the kiss count stops this morning at five! >> she's trimmin' it down, too. >> half as many as yesterday
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morning. a serious slowdown by bachelorette rachel. >> so your final two. do you have a final two? >> i have a final one. >> you have a final one. >> right. for those still counting, eric, peter, matt, dean, adam and the analyst pick, brian, are still alive in this whole thing, we'll be back next week, analyst out. >> thank you, analyst. >> and he's out just like that. >> feel very good about this season's analyst pick. i think brian is a very strong choice. >> i'm going eric and dean. >> i think dean is a very dark horse there. >> i don't know about that analyst pick. >> no? she likes brian. she likes brian. >> she likes a whole lot of them. now to hot mama to be, serena williams. so you might remember, she had a little beef with john mcenroe over the last few days. she shut that down in a tweet saying, trying to have a baby, good day, sir. well, apparently, she's not too
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busy to pose for "vanity fair." check out this stunning cover taken by the photographer. annie leibovitz. >> and in the article that goes along with it, she talked about when she found out she was pregnant. she didn't believe the first test, so she took six of them. look at that photo. that is stunning. >> like when you found out you got this job, right? but the question is how did she tell her fiance. while she handed him a paper bag with all six pregnancy tests in them, i guess he believed it then. >> i guess so. >> okay, fine, you got me. >> she's not the only tennis star on magazines you'll see. caroline wozniacki. on the cover of espn's body issue. she is among the 23 athletes baring it all this summer. >> easy to see why they wanted
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♪ skinny, so skinny >> bonus skinny! and we are back with chicago bulls star dwyane wade and wife gabriele union. they have been killing it at paris fashion week. the normally fashion-forward couple went nerd chic in this ensemble. but check out his accessory, that's getting all the attention. that's a $26,000 dog-shaped man purse, designed by tom brown. >> ooh, look at that. >> that's a lot of adjectives. >> there it is. that man purse kind of works. >> it's patriotic. >> gabriele's purse runs about $4500. >> funny that her purse is so much smaller than his. >> it is. what do you think of his look? >> i like it. she's freeing the knee.
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>> thank you, gabriele, for joining the movement, and for dwyane wade doing an homage to erkle. >> and the x men are apparently recruiting new members. they've been hitting up canada, to film the next movie. they were all out to dinner in montreal. >> and guess who they met? the prime minister. justin trudeau. they were all just hanging out, eating some oysters as you do. >> what's up, justin? >> maybe having some poutine, and justin was just kind of hanging out there in a tee shirt. the look on the trudeaus' faces, priceless. >> he looks pretty excited to be there. the picture was posted to twitter saying, "just met the dude ". thank you for a progressive and somewhat suggestive super hero.
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ryan reynolds is "people" magazine's sexiest man alive, sexiest dad alive. ryan gosling claimed the same thing. that's a real thing. >> is it? >> 2016. but he plays a super hero in the movies, but he's also a super hero in real life. he took a break from filming dead pool two. to promote a worthy cause. >> he and his wife posted pictures to their instagram accounts promoting child cpr classes, and ryan says after taking a cpr class, he was able to save his nephew's life. >> that guy's not his nephew, by the way, but he took a cpr class. that's the kind of guy that ryan reynolds is, unlike the other -- >> are you going to take a cpr class now because ryan told you to? i think i know how to do the heimlich maneuver. >> that's choking.
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good wednesday morning, ever good wednesday morning, everyone, i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." republican leaders are still hoping to pass their health care bill after delaying a vote due to lack of support. president trump tried to drum up more support during a white house meeting for gop senators, but nine are still not sold. we have a full report coming up. a police helicopter fired grenades at venezuela's supreme court building. the pilot later denounced the country's criminal government. the president called it a terror attack and there were no injuries. south korea's newly elected president is heading to washington today. leaders are holding their first summit on friday, likely focussed on how to rein in north korea. more than a quarter of the world's population hang out on
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facebook at least once a month. it now has 2 billion active users, more than the population of any single country. wow. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, june 28th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> what's the number one followed person on facebook? who has the most likes of those 2 billion people? >> probably like soccer star messi or. >> cristiano ronaldo. portuguese soccer star, cristiano ronaldo. we begin this half hour with a disappointing setback on the promise to repeal and replace obamacare. >> gop leaders delayed the vote on their health care bill as nine republican senators defected, denying the support needed to even put it up for a
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vote. and democrats continued to rail against the legislation. demonstrating with pictures of their constituents, who they say would be harmed by the plan. >> and senate republicans huddled with president trump at the white house, trying to figure out their next move. abc's lana zak has the latest. >> everybody around the table is interested in getting to yes. >> reporter: senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said the meeting senators had with president trump was helpful. >> this will be great if we get it done, and if we don't get it done, it's just going to be something that we're not going to like, and that's okay, and i understand that very well. >> reporter: senators in the room say the president suggested that the gop bill needed more heart and that more money should be allocated to health care, deciding to postpone a vote on the senate health care bill until after the july 4th holiday is a major reversal. earlier in the day, the republican leadership insisted there would be no delay. >> i expect to have the support to get it done, and yes, we will vote this week. >> reporter: but with the congressional budget office projecting 22 million more
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americans would be uninsured over the next decade, democrats have been united against the gop bill. >> this is not a bill of paper and pencil, not just abstract numbers. these are real people. >> reporter: but this isn't the end of the line for the republican bill. mcconnell plans to bring it back after independence day. and as the republican leadership tries to make its way forward, the fundamental question will be this, will they align themselves with moderate members of their party like susan collins who wants to work with democrats to fix some of the problems in obamacare or will they align themselves with more conservative members like rand paul. reporting from washington, lana zak, abc ynews.
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>> lots of questions to be answered this summer. the world's top cyber security experts are picking apart the malware used in yesterday's massive cyber attack. it started as an attack on ukrainian government and business systems but quickly went global. and here at home it froze up hospitals and companies like merck and nabisco. this morning, cyber security exports both here and in russia are trying to activate a kill switch for this. the main allies in syria is going after the white house. a threat came after the white house revealed there may be potential evidence that the syrian military is preparing for another chemical weapons attack. but russia and iran are now calling that threat from the white house a provocation. abc's cecelia vega has more. >> reporter: inside the oval office, cameras invited in to see the president and members of his national security team. >> congratulations on your great victory. >> reporter: huddled for a phone call with the prime minister of ireland. no mention of syria or that ominous late-night statement from the white house press secretary, saying the united
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states has identified potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack. sean spicer warning, if mr. assad conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons, he and his military will pay a heavy price. >> the goal is at this point not just to send assad a message but to send russia and iran a message that if this happens again, we are putting you on notice. >> reporter: the pentagon now pointing to that chemical attack in april. more than 80 innocent civilians killed, many of them children. >> i will tell you, that attack on children yesterday had a big impact on me, big impact. >> reporter: the u.s. retaliated with a missile strike on an airfield, the very spot where u.s. officials now believe preparations for another chemical attack are under way. the syrian government quick to dismiss the allegations. but from bashar al assad, a display of military might. new video showing him climbing
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into the cockpit of a russian war plane. and now russia is condemning the new warning from the white house as unacceptable. and that overnight statement coming not from the president or the pentagon but from the press secretary himself and has seemed to catch a number of administration officials completely off guard. but if the white house does decide to strike in syria, we're told that military planning has been under way for several days. cecilia vega, the white house. we move now to the early-season wildfires that have been fueled by strong winds and extreme heat. 23 large fires are burning. across the wrest from oregon it to texas. >> crews are in california and that one has burned more than two square miles and at least one building. last night, about 250 people who had been evacuated were told they could go home. but another fire started 65 miles east of los angeles. that one has quickly grown to nearly 1,000 acres. some residents were ordered out
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but have since been allowed to return home. >> and in utah, the nation's largest wildfire has burned across 78 square miles. a state lawmaker is blaming federal mismanagement and lawsuits from environmentalists for creating conditions that are allowing the fire to spread. there are new charges stemming in the fatal shooting of a black teenager nearly three years ago in chicago. three officers are accused of getting in the way of the investigation. abc's alex perez is in chicago. >> reporter: the disturbing dash cam video sparked national outrage as chicago police officer van dyke shooting laquan mcdonald 16 times as he walked away holding a knife. van dyke is awaiting trial on murder charges and a special prosecutor investigating the case charging his police partner, former officer joseph walsh, thomas gaffney and david march with conspiracy, obstruction of justice and official misconduct.
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>> these defendants lied about what occurred during a police-involved shooting in order to prevent independent criminal investigators from learning the truth. >> reporter: all three officers were there the night of the shooting. the indictment alleges they lied, falsely saying that mcdonald was assaulting officers, forcing van dyke to shoot him. >> while they are sworn to serve and protect as well as uphold the law, they are not above the law. >> reporter: the officers charged today have not yet entered pleas. van dyke has pleaded not guilty. alex perez, abc news, chicago. meanwhile, three cases of the plague have been confirmed in new mexico. health authorities say two men and a woman have contracted the disease most associated with the middle ages. it is normally spread by fleas feeding on dead rodents. and it causes sudden fever, chills, headache and weakness. the good news is, it's easily treated with antibiotics if caught early. many americans will have an extra reason to celebrate independence day.
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independence from a low credit score. >> oh. >> starting july 1st, the three major credit bureaus will be forced to wipe two major black marks off their credit reports, civil judgments and many tax liens, often include inaccurate information. so credit scores could jump up to 40 point. >> you get a better credit score! and you get a better credit score! >> yes, exactly. in troy, ohio, a police chase unlike any other. >> the sheriff's deputy makes a traffic stop but forgot one important thing. this is a view from his car. he starts sprinting after, as it rolls backward down the road. >> forgot the e-brake. he managed to get in and stop the car. no one was hurt. the sheriff's office is now looking into the incident. >> i think the next time around he remembered the brake. >> wasn't able to just delete that video and pretend that never happened?
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>> not quite. coming up, a new warning about an increase in bear attacks just as people are starting their summer vacations and heading for the hills. plus, the teen who overcame so much to become top of her class gets one very big, very awesome surprise. first, here's a look at today's temps. ♪ i got all my love to give ♪ and i'll survive ♪ i will survive ♪ i will survive "world news now" weather, brought to you by lysol. ok honey you play with your monkey while i get your little brother cleaned up. daughter: uh oh. monkey swimming. irreplaceable monkey protection. detergent alone doesn't kill bacteria, but adding new lysol laundry sanitizer kills 99.9% of bacteria with 0% bleach.
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with camping season now under way, there are new warnings after a series of bear attacks. >> abc's gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: 33-year-old james frederick is recovering in the hospital after a close and lightning-fast encounter with a mother grizzly bear. >> we never saw her before she attacked. the first time i saw her was when she was attacking james. >> reporter: over the weekend, he and his friend alex were riding bikes outside anchorage alaska when suddenly the bear attacked, knocking him off his bike. this is the aftermath, his blood seen right there on the ground. >> the brown bear, the grizzly crashed out of the bushes, charged james who was behind my bike a few yards and pulled him
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down off the bike. >> reporter: luckily, alex carries bear spray. >> i was able to spray her with the bear spray, and as soon as she tasted that, she ran back into the woods. >> reporter: james is the fifth bear attack victim in alaska in just over a week. but he was lucky. two others were killed, including a 16 year old runner who got separated from his group, a large black bear attacking and killing him. >> he was able to establish cell phone contact with one of his brothers. he said there's a bear, and from the sounds on the phone, it appeared that an attack was taking place right then. >> reporter: large black bears can weigh up to 600 pounds, the rare brown grizzlies up to 700 pounds. and can run at speeds up to 30 miles per hour. these attacks are very, very rare. experts say you want to take precautions. maybe if you have food with you, triple package it. keep that smell contained so you're not attracting any bear. and have that bear spray with you just in case. this is what helped save that man's life in alaska.
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gio benitez, abc news, new jersey. >> you don't want to smell like food, huh? >> no, you need to triple bag this. great. now there's going to be, now there's going to be a bear attacking me. >> you want some? >> again. no, i'll pass. coming up, our financial expert standing by with other tips you need to know this summer to help you save money. and the big surprise for a former homeless teen who rose to the top of her class and a disco queen who paid her a very special tribute. you're watching "world news now." ♪ i got all my life to live special tribute. ♪ i got all my life to live
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♪ all right, so admittedly, we can all use some extra money on summer vacation, and here with some tips to come up with over $500 in just over four weeks. >> yeah. >> is our finance expert, vera gibbons. just that quick. i am an all ears. you say change your withholding. >> a lot of people have this one wrong. the average tax rate is $3,000. if you change your withholdings, you get it so it comes out just even, that's putting $250 back in your pocket every month. >> but don't do it for the rest of the year. just for a few weeks. >> that's your tip, not mine. >> when you say stop sitting in traffic --
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>> there is a survey or study that came out that said wasted time in traffic and fuel is costing $1200 a year. so my suggestion here is that motorists just find another mode of transportation, maybe carpool, take a bike, public transportation may be the way to go. it's just going to put money back in your pocket if you take easy steps. >> and it's a quicker way to go. public transportation in a lot of ways. especially in new york city. in many of our big cities. overdraft fees are averaging $25 to $35 a hit, even if you just overdraft for a penny. >> i know. it's crazy. there was recent data that came out that college students in particular, $750 million in overdraft fees is what they're paying a year. so, that's not good. so the average or the median overdraft fee is $35. if you stop doing this, if you have two overdrafts a month, don't do it, that's $70 back in
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your pocket, and you've got to opt out. it's not a good -- >> should the bank stop you from being able to swipe -- >> you have to opt out now and they will prevent you. >> you can opt out now. >> yes, and you should. >> i didn't know you can do that. brown bag your lunch? >> yes. we're spending way too much eating lunch out, twice a week at $11 a shot. that's $88 a month. >> my seamless order comes in a brown bag. >> i'm saying, make your lunch at home, bring it to the office. if you want to go out every now and then, cut it down to once a week for a savings of $44 a month. it's expensive to eat out. >> and you say drive around endlessly in order to find cheap gas? >> no, that's not what i'm saying. you're crazy. summer gas prices are the lowest since 2005. great, but the spread is the
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difference between the lowest-priced station and the highest-priced station are huge. it could be 20 cents a gallon, 30 cents a gallon. so my point here is to do your research, do your homework. don't stop doing it just because gas prices are low, shop around, and you're looking at saving $325 a year or $27 a month. >> and when you say price matching. >> oh, a lot of people forego this. the price matching that many stores offer by foregoing it. you're leaving $15 a month on the table. take advantage of the price matching. most of the retailers offer this. $15 back in your pocket and you're ready to go on summer vacation with just under $500 in four weeks. >> how do you go about that, tell the retailer, the gap has offered me this? >> go in with a receipt and say i bought this, or show them on your phone. they're happy to do that. great advice.
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vera gibbons, thank you. >> stay with us, you're watching "world news now."
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(colonial penn jingle) ♪ turn it up ♪ it's your favorite song ♪ dance, dance, dance ♪ turn it up ♪ ♪ we're all chained to the rhythm, to the rhythm, to the rhythm ♪ >> i wanted to let you finish. >> dance by myself. a former homeless teen who just graduated at the top of her class has captured a lot of attention. no surprise there. >> including the attention of the disco queen, gloria gaynor.
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the teen used the song "i will survive", to keep her motivated through tough times. here's tom llamas. >> reporter: just three weeks ago we brought you the story of megan faircloth. >> it was difficult when i applied for college because i did not have an address. . >> reporter: that's because megan and her mother and siblings lived in this car. she revealed a secret, how she used a certain disco hit to overcome the toughest moments. >> i took song lyrics like "i will survive" by gloria gaynor. i listened to that song when we had internet access. to keep myself going. i will survive this. >> reporter: well, gloria gaynor heard about meagan's story and wanted to meet her. her family set out on a road trip.
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meagan bringing her book bag with lyrics scribbled all over it. and then came that moment. gloria with a microphone, spotting meagan, the disco queen going a cappella, treating meagan to a performance, and then that hug. the grammy winner admitting she was the one who was touched. >> just so amazed at the strength of character of this young lady, and then she said that she used my songs to help her, and i thought this is the purpose of my song. >> so she was so obsessed with gloria gaynor, that gloria gaynor serenaded her at the airport. showed up at the airport, ♪ walk out the door ♪ ♪ because you're not welcome anymore ♪ >> no.
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this morning on "world news now," president trump trying to close the deal. >> but the republican health care bill gets put on the back burner. the fast track to a vote this week falls through even after the president made a direct pitch to senators. so can he turn the tide of republicans opposing the bill? and panic under ground. the country's busiest subway system coming to a halt. smoke filling tunnels and subway stations, passengers evacuated through the dark haze. highlighting the need for improved transportation infrastructure across the country. and later, the contestant on "the bachelor in paradise" is accused of sexual misconduct is now speaking out, telling his side of the story. while he describes the night in question as the wildest of his life, the producers say his
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co-star was too drunk to consent. and if you can't judge a book by its cover, how about a magazine? the trump organization hung framed "time" magazines with trump on the cover. only problem, trump wasn't on the cover that week. it's wednesday, june 28th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it's easy. you ask the graphics department. i'm sure they can pop it up there. how would you like to be kate winslet, yes, i've made it to the cover of "time" magazine, and you go to a trump club and -- we'll start this half hour with gop leadership trying to keep their health care bill afloat after a stunning revolt. >> a planned vote this week is now delayed until after the fourth of july congressional rece recess. opposition is growing with nine republican senators now opposing the legislation designed to
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repeal and replace obamacare. >> it comes after president trump invited all 52 republican senators to the white house to discuss the bill. mary bruce has more. >> reporter: senate republicans headed to the white house, leaving behind any hope of passing health care this week. >> clearly, there's a little more negotiation to do in getting to 50. >> reporter: heads hung low in the east room with the president. >> this will be great if we get it done. and if we don't get it done, it's just going to be something that we're not going to like, and that's okay, and i understand that very well. >> reporter: a disappointing end to a day that began with optimism from republican leaders. >> i expect to have the support to get it done, and yes, we will vote this week. >> reporter: but it became increasingly clear the votes weren't there. what are you hoping to hear? is there anything he can say to change your mind? >> good morning. >> reporter: i take that as a no comment? >> i don't have any comment.
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>> reporter: not helping republican leaders, the grim outlook from the congressional budget office. 22 million more americans would be uninsured under the bill. 15 million more uninsured next we're alone. herely $800 billion cut from medicaid. >> we refuse to be honest, and i would say courageous enough to point out that all these things that sound nice have very serious unintended consequences. >> reporter: republicans could afford to lose just two votes, but there are now nine gop senators who say they cannot support this bill. moderates, because it cuts too deep. conservatives because it doesn't cut enough. >> this is not just abstract numbers. these are real people. >> reporter: outside the capitol, democrats tried to put a face to the bill, holding pictures of americans they say will suffer. while inside, the vice president arrives to rally republican support. the president's chief of staff and press secretary are spotted too. but their all-out push fails to
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do the trick. >> we will not be on the bill this week. but we're still working toward getting at least 50 people in a comfortable place. >> reporter: the republican leader is optimistic that they can still get this done, but opponents of the bill want fundamental changes, not just tweaks. they will now use the fourth of july recess to work on a new version of the bill but could face harsh push back from constituents back home, something they were hoping to avoid. mary bruce, capitol hill. we learned a long time associate of president trump's will testify next month. an attorney for roger stone says that stone has been maligned and looks forward to setting the record straight. he appeared to predict john podesta would be targeted weeks before wikileaks posted his hacked e-mails, but he denies any collusion with russia. syria and main allies are
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pushing back from a warning from the trump administration. sean spicer says if mr. assad conduct the another mass murder attack using chemical weapons, he and his military will pay a heavy price. u.n. ambassador nikki haley said that was meant for a wider audience. >> the goal at this point is not just to send assad a message but to send russia and iran a message, that if this happens again, we are putting you on notice. >> a new video shows bashar al-assad climbing into a cockpit on a russian war plane. a russian official calls the white house's statement a dangerous escalation and provocati provocation. dozens are recovering from injuries after a subway train went offer the tracks toward th upper manhattan. passengers evacuated the train
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in the dark tunnels with smoke from a fire that was ignited by sparks from the derailment. the transit authority says the cause appears to be an extra piece of rail on the tracks. >> the train bucked forward, bucked backward, and in the process of doing that, two of the cars derailed. they scraped the side of the wall. >> the derailment not only damaged the cars but the track, the tunnel walls and signals. that said, the transit system hopes to restore normal service this morning. we're learning new details about a malicious cyber attack. that targeted hospitals and government offices and corporations. ukraine and russia appear hardest hit, but it spread quickly, to hospitals in pennsylvania, merck pharmaceutical and nabisco. both russian and american cyber security experts believe they may have found a kill switch for the software and they're still trying to activate it.
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google has its own trouble. it has been hit with a fine of $2.7 billion. the eu says it favors its own shopping. over the search results. the european action is unlikely to affect how google operates in the u.s. there's a controversial new monument on the grounds of the arkansas state capitol building. inscribed are the ten commandments. the aclu and others say think will sue. they say it is an unconstitutional endorsement of religion. supporters say it honors the role that the commandments have held in u.s. law. proper poe prototypes for the trump wall will go out this week. an agency in charge of u.s. border security says between four and eight companies will get contracts for prototypes for the wall. and a move is under way to have pictures removed around the
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world because they are fake. >> this is hanging in at least five trump clubs, a "time" cover from 2009 boasting donald trump's success on tv. that's not what ran on that date. >> so you see the fake has a photo of the future president and celebrates the success of the president. but the real cover has kate winslet on the cover. >> that's fake news. >> that is the epitome of fake news. some are pointing out that the border is too thin. the bar code came from another photo shopped version of "time" magazine. >> ooh! greatest anchor team. >> talk about fake news. >> i forgot to tell you about when we posed for this. "time" just called one day, we want to grace you with an award, but first, will you pose for this cover?
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>> the sad thing is i kind of agree. that is the greatest. gosh, he's so dashing and handsome. >> he could make it on the cover of other magazines, i'm sure. >> you just love that. and coming up, a principal bets every kid in her school. and the story of the bachel bachelorette in paradise. and check out the behind the scenes instagram at abcwnn. no fake stuff. just gio. ♪ e's nothing more important than your health. so if you're on medicare or will be soon,
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scorched 78 square miles. one lawmaker says that lawsuits from environmentalists have kept dead trees from being removed. giving the fire plenty of fuel. usa gymnastics is under review for abuse allegations. an independent review found that the protocol to report abuse were confusing and the culture emphasized performance. usa gymnastic coaches and a doctor allegedly sexually abused underage girls. and bill cosby says he is not going to hold a sexual assault tour. he had been planning to hold a series of town hall meetings,
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he never intended to speak about sexual assault. and now it appears that the forums are on hold as cosby and his legal team focus on his sexual assault retrial. the man at the heart of the controversy surrounding "bachelor in paradise", demario jackson, is breaking his silence on what he says really happened during filming. >> he is addressing allegation of sexual misconduct. abc's byron pitts has the story. >> every man's biggest fear. no man wants to be attached to that. that ruins you for life. >> reporter: it's the ongoing saga for demario jackson, speaking out about the scandal on "bachelor in paradise." three-part interview with e news. this upcoming season was going to feature a fan favorite, corinne, olymios and demario jackson. it was during a taping for bachelor in paradise that jackson and olympios hit troubled waters.
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an encounter between the two of them taped by producers led to an investigation was prompted into sexual misconduct after a producer filed a complaint against the show. jackson explains what happened that night. >> the first conversation was at the bar, we started having a little bit more fun, had a few drinks. things got wild, because it was more of like, her being like the aggressor. which was like sexy. that night was probably the wildest night of my entire life. i mean, we went for it. >> reporter: tonight jackson going further about how he said race helped to fuel the controversy. >> the minute release this black man's face and this white girl's face. before either of us commented on it i was already a rapist and excuse my french, [ bleep ], a monkey, and she's a whore and an slut. for me, it was again, back to the human race, like we failed. >> reporter: allegations by the show producer that 24 year old
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olympios was too drunk to consent at the time. something jackson repeatedly denied. warner bros released a statement. we suspended filming so the allegations could be investigated. just because did happened on a reality show doesn't change any of the rules that apply. either there was wrongdoing or there wasn't wrongdoing. the only difference here is you may have all of it on tape. >> reporter: but last week, warner bros. said they would resume production on "bachelor in paradise", saying our internal investigation conducted with the assistance of an outside law firm has been completed. the tape does not support any charge of misconduct by a cast member, nor does it show that contrary to press reports that the safety of any cast member
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was in jeopardy. >> it's critical to remember that it was a producer on the show who alleged wrongdoing. the real question for me is there something eyewitnesses can testify to that is not on that tape. >> reporter: jackson says he's not mad at olympios and is unsure who to blame. >> i would like to ask her, what really happened? there's so many different angles. >> reporter: byron pitts. abc news, new york. >> jack's going to weigh in on "bachel "bachelorette" in the next hour. first a principal is putting her money where her mouth is, challenges her students to step away from their phones. you're watching "world news now." because your carpet never stops working there's resolve carpet care. with five times more benefits than vacuuming alone... it lifts more dirt, pet hair and removes odours.
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♪ ♪ i can make you put your phone down ♪ >> oh, i see. >> a little erika badu for us? >> does she sing about anything other than making us put our phone down? >> very soothing. what may not be so soothing for some students is figuring out whether to take on this new challenge. forget the summer reading list. a school principal is giving her students a new summer assignment. put your devices down for one day every week. >> it could cost her big bucks,
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but she says it's worth every cent. here's abc's jesse palmer. >> reporter: diana smith knows that devices and social media can wreak havoc on teens. >> i really want the kids not mindlessly grabbing for the phone but thinking about whether or not the phone is going to be their source of entertainment. >> reporter: so she decided to find a way to motivate her students to disconnect from screens and connect with life with a challenge. >> they go without any device, without any screens for the 11 tuesdays of the summer. if they do that, i will give them $100. >> reporter: yep, you heard that right. she promised cold, hard cash out of her own pocket to each eighth and ninth grader who can go 11 tuesdays without a phone, tablet or a tv this summer. that could be a $16,000 payout.
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one benefit is 14-year-old nicholas who spends four-to-six hours a day online says he's now thinking of strategy on how to stay off. >> giving my phone to my parents. >> reporter: and what he'll do with that tech-free time. >> go running, ride my bike or exercise. >> reporter: his mom is thrilled about the challenge and is planning to go tech-free on tuesdays herself. >> i think it's awesome that he will be able to look up and see what's going on around him, be present in the moment. >> reporter: the principal is hoping a new habit once a week will lead to something more. >> i'm hoping it will be disrupting enough to get them to think about, gee, maybe i like who i was on tuesday and i want to be like that on wednesday and thursday too. >> reporter: jesse palmer. abc news, new york. >> that's the worst idea ever. >> it doesn't seem that hard. >> you're awful. >> i think, i think i'd easily be able to do that. texting my mom right now to see
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if she'll write me a note. >> we failed. it note.
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♪ we're back with the "mix", on this wednesday, and facebook has hit a milestone. can you believe it? some 2 billion users. >> dun, dun, dun, dun! >> the first time ever for facebook hitting that marker or any website for that matter. >> who has the most out of those 2 billion users? who has the most followers? >> i'm sure they're 90-year-olds. >> who has the most followers? >> i'm glad you mentioned it. some woman named christine ronaldo. >> candace? >> she's pretty. i like the highlights. she has the most likes. i don't think, i think it's pronounced neymar. brazilian superstar.
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>> cristiano ronaldo has the most likes on facebook, out of 2 million users, number one, kind of like his ranking in soccer. >> french soccer player? >> number one. moving on, shall we? >> yeah, we should probably. >> cheetos is giving everyone an opportunity to win some money. all you have to do is find some funky-looking cheetos. so it's the strangest cheeto shape contest. go through your cheetos and find some that look like funny shapes, and cheetos has an entire museum dedicated to all this. so we thought we would play along. >> they all look alike. >> that looks like a squirrel is what cheetos is saying. >> i see that. >> this one looks like a wishbone or a cactus. >> this looks like the one we showed on television.
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>> it's a squirrel. >> shall we wishbone it? >> eat that! >> it only works if we both pull on the same one. oh, i won, i got the stem. i got distracted. we were supposed to focus on the shapes. >> that's the worst game ever. >> i don't think we're going to win this contest. >> a tribute to the best dog out there, jake, the dog, the diamond dog claims to be the best damn dog in professional baseball. >> jake is claiming this? >> he's for the ft. wayne, indiana minor league team, he gives them water. cute little retriever, even picks up bats. >> sticking with the cuteness, onto a little boy who decided he was a little hot, thought it would be fun to play with the garden hose. all fun and games until. all fun and games until. >> oh!
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this morning on "world news now," the global ransomware attack. crippling businesses around the world. workers told they couldn't log on. what security experts are saying about the source. plus new developments in the death of a teenager, why police officers have now been indicted. we'll have the latest. and new this hour, the airline flight delayed by a coin toss. >> a woman explains why she threw a bunch of coins into the engine just as she was boarding. and it was an action packed "bachelorette", as they left lee in norway and headed to denmark. it proves that love is a battlefield, with a battle for rachel's heart.
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our chief senior global analyst is back. to break it down for us in "the skinny". >> you have to say bachelorette. >> bachelorette. >> it's wednesday, june 28th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it was such an action-packed "bachelorette", that we needed two nights to stretch it out. but i also notice one thing, the producers are really creative with their teasing. >> yes! i'm a little upset. they showed kenny's bloody eye right after he and lee went outside. you thought they were about to get into a fight, and it turns out, the bloody eye comes in two episodes later. >> and when he was crying, it was tears of joy. we'll get into it. >> we're jumping the gun here. but we're very excited. but we're also talking about something a lot of people have been following over the last 24 hours. russian and american cyber security experts are looking for
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a kill switch after a cyber attack. >> the ransom ware assault freezes victims' computers and hackers demand a ransom to unlock them. it apparently originated in the ukraine. >> and it comes as answer learns, federal authorities are investigating the breach of systems of at least one american nuclear power plant. which may or may not be related to this cyber attack. abc's brian ross on the case. >> reporter: the fast-moving cyber attack continues after freezing computers at hospitals in pennsylvania where surgeries had to be canceled. >> she called me and said surgery's canceled because the computers were down. >> reporter: also down at merck pharmaceutical. in new jersey. even the company that makes oreo cookies, as well as this law firm that warned people as they entered the lobby. >> you can't read any e-mails, you can't read any files. basically, your computer becomes a brick. >> reporter: the attack first surfaced in ukraine. shutting down everything from grocery stores to power
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companies, airports and banks. as the attacks spread across the globe, including at this giant shipping company, the thousands of targets all received this ominous message in english on their screens. your files are no longer accessible. nobody can recover your files without our decryption service. send $300 worth of bitcoin. >> they may not give you your data back but hit you again and say give me more money. >> reporter: it's similar to a scheme last month. it hit british hospitals particularly hard. that attack later linked to north korea was stopped when cyber security experts discovered a kind of kill switch. u.s. and russian cyber security experts say they may have discovered a kill switch and are trying to activate it now. brian ross, abc news, new york. >> a race against time there. republican senate leaders are working to salvage their health care bill after a wall of resistance of members from their own party.
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it forced them to put it all on hold. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell postponed a vote until congress returns from the july 4th recess. there are nine republican holdouts, refusing to vote for the bill in its current form. and president trump is taking a more direct role in getting the bill passed. he invited all the republican senators to the white house for a meeting but didn't sound entirely optimistic. >> this will be great if we get it done, and if we don't get it done, it's going to be something we don't like, and i understand that very well. >> finding common ground to garner more support is an uphill battle. concessions that please conservatives opposed to the bill often alienate moderates and vice versa. but turning to breaking news in south america. a police helicopter has fired on venezuela's supreme court building.
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the president maduro there calls this a terrorist attack. but the alleged pilot issued a statement denouncing what he calls the criminal government. social media shows a helicopter towing an antigovernment banner that you see there. there have been months of mass protests in venezuela as well as an economic and political crisis happening down there. prosecutors in chicago have charged three officers with allegedly covering up facts about the fatal shooting of a black teenager, this is the footage. this is dash cam video of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald being shot by officer van dyke nearly three years ago. now former officers walsh, gaffney and march are being charged with official misconduct. and obstruction of justice. >> these police officers lied about what occurred in a police-involved shooting in an effort to prevent criminal
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investigators from learning the truth. while they are sworn to defend and protect and uphold the law, they are not above the law. >> and they're expected to show up for a court date on july 10th. officer jason van dyke who shot mcdonald is charged with it first degree murder and has pleaded not guilty. and police in sacramento rushed to a transit station after a sheriff's deputy was shot in the face. the officer and suspect got into some sort of altercation and the officer was shot. the suspect took off and was arrested at a nearby hotel. the officer is in stable condition. the fbi confirms a fugitive arrested in nebraska last week is the man they've nicknamed the ak-47 bandit. robert gathercole is accused of a string of armed bank robberies, including one in chino, california which a police officer was shot and wounded more than five years ago. authorities in california want to bring him back there to face an attempted murder charge. and a freak accident is blamed for poisoning children with chlorine gas during swimming lessons. all four were rushed to the
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hospital with nausea and vomiting. the pool's owner says a tripped circuit breaker caused a build up in the pipes that was released in a cloud over the pool. all of the children are expected to be okay. a spirit airlines flight landed with one more passenger. >> a woman went into labor, and and the way from ft. lauderdale to phoenix. luckily a doctor and nurse were on board and they managed to deliver the baby boy. the flight was diverted to new orleans. >> did you see the video of the kid straight out of the womb? a similar story happened a few weeks ago with an asian airline offering the baby free airfare for life. so the pressure was on for this baby. and spirit airline delivered. that's the good news! >> spirit airlines! >> but it is spirit airlines. that airline gets the lowest marks from fliers consistently for extra fees, small seating.
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>> i guess they charge you a lot for every little thing. but surprising in this case, they provided all this extra service, no charge. you know how much it costs to deliver a baby? >> oh, my god, you're right. >> way to go, spirit, way to get out there. we've got spirit, yes, we do. >> got to wonder if the kid's name is now going to be spirit. his birth certificate will say "other" for the location where he was born. his mother says that will probably cause him problems in the future. >> his siblings were also on the flight. they, by the way, were full term. >> it's a family affair. free tickets for everyone. no, just the little one. >> but you have to fly spirit. coming up in "the skinny," a new reason to love ryan reynolds. >> you realize you just said that? >> i know. >> does it hurt you inside? >> i still love ryan gosling. plus sarah palin taking on the "new york times." and we have footage of a hot air balloon coming in for a
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residents of this central florida neighborhood say they love to watch the hot air balloons fly overhead. >> it's peaceful and tranquil. >> they're not so thrilled when one of them lands on a house. that part's not good. the torch went out and the pilot couldn't restart it. luckily, no one was hurt, but the homeowner is taking hot air ballooning off his bucket list. no need. i'm good. former vice presidential candidate, sarah palin has filed a defamation lawsuit against the "new york times." palin is accusing falsely linking her political action ads to the shooting of then congresswoman gabby giffords. it came out the day steve scalise was shot, and the paper issued a correction the day later. palin's lawyer says "the times"
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violated their own policies and the law. and jury selection is going into a third day in martin shkreli's fraud trial. >> he's the former ceo who raised the price of a life-saving drug by 5,000%. many jurors said they could not be fair. >> abc's linsey davis has more. >> reporter: the so-called bad boy of pharmaceuticals, martin shkreli is getting ready for trial. one potential juror called him a snake. another saying he's the face of corporate greed in america. nearly 200 jurors dismissed. some for those strong opinions. >> they have to find people who can be fair. and that doesn't necessarily mean they have to know nothing about the case, but they certainly can't think that he's a snake. >> reporter: u.s. prosecutors accuse shkreli of a ponzi-type scheme. involving his drug company and hedge fund. we interviewed him back in 2015. >> not a greedy person.
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>> reporter: shkreli has continued to cultivate his bad-boy image, smirking in front of congress and banned from twitter for trolling journalists. that jury is still not seated. if convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to linsey there. and when we come back, we break down the latest explosive episode of "the bachelorette." >> and some guy named ryan, he did something. >> he's just a great guy. >> that's coming up in the skinny. >> oscar nominee. skinny. >> oscar nominee.
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- ( snaps, clatters ) that sounds awful. ( music stops ) but a lot better than last week. ( rock music playing ) ♪ we weren't born to follow. ♪
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babies aren't fully developed until at least 39 weeks. a healthy baby is worth the wait. ♪ skinny, so skinny we were looking forward to "the skinny." last time we checked, there were
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plenty of guys who were still hoping to win rachel's heart on "the bachelorette." >> and that is not the case anymore. ladies and gentlemen, here to tell us how that field was cut in half last night, let's go to senior global chief analyst, jack sheahan. >> nailed it. >> all of those. we were here 24 hours ago, there were 12 dudes still involved in this whole thing. everybody was over in norway. >> uh-huh. >> so let's roll that beautiful bachelorette footage. let's get this lee and kenny thing over with. this two-on-one date with rachel. lee and kenny, they still don't like each other. after all this time. >> no. >> yeah. so basically, rachel tells lee, she doesn't trust him. so they're outta there. kenny and rachel get off to the helicopter. kenny's got to go back and give lee one more round of business,
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if you know what i'm sayin'. >> stupid. >> rachel didn't particularly care for that. nonetheless, one of the most important shots of the show was when we see the helicopter take off, and there is lee, left behind in the norwegian wilderness, some will hope that he's back for the men-tell-all. if he's missing, i don't think anybody's going to miss him. >> does he have to find his way out of the wilderness on his own? >> who knows, at least he wasn't left on a deserted island as we've seen in the past. next, off to denmark, you've heard of the olympic games, the pan-am games, these were the viking games. it was a group date, believe it or not. yesterday we promised blood, and there was some blood in the final round of the viking games here between adam and kenny. who knows his way around the squared circle. he is a professional wrestler.
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there was blood, take our word for it. >> [ bleep ]. >> there will be blood. >> next, the big headline of this show was a long parade of guys heading to the exit, thankfully, i will say, heading to the exits. >> thanks for drawing blood on each other, buh-bye. >> anthony, he is out of there. kenny, the wrestler, he has taken his eyebrow wound back to vegas, good-bye. >> what? after all that? >> so much for him. that's alex. we said good bye to will, who i thought actually had a chance down the stretch. >> mm-hm. >> much as we did yesterday, let's end on a good note. >> yes, please. >> kiss count. >> kiss count. >> kiss count. roll it. the kiss count stops this morning at five! >> she's trimmin' it down, too.
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>> half as many as yesterday morning. a serious slowdown by bachelorette rachel. >> so your final two. do you have a final two? >> i have a final one. >> you have a final one. >> right. for those still counting, eric, peter, matt, dean, adam and the analyst pick, brian, are still alive in this whole thing, we'll be back next week, analyst out. >> thank you, analyst. >> and he's out just like that. >> feel very good about this season's analyst pick. i think brian is a very strong choice. >> i'm going eric and dean. >> i think dean is a very dark horse there. >> i don't know about that analyst pick. >> no? she likes brian. she likes brian. >> she likes a whole lot of them. now to hot mama to be, serena williams. so you might remember, she had a little beef with john mcenroe over the last few days. she shut that down in a tweet saying, trying to have a baby, good day, sir.
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well, apparently, she's not too busy to pose for "vanity fair." check out this stunning cover taken by photographer annie leibovitz. >> and in the article that goes along with it, she talked about when she found out she was pregnant. she didn't believe the first test, so she took six of them. look at that photo. that is stunning. >> like when you found out you got this job, right? but the question is how did she tell her fiance. while she handed him a paper bag with all six pregnancy tests in them, i guess he believed it then. >> i guess so. >> okay, fine, you got me. >> she's not the only tennis star you'll see, carolyn wozniacki. on the cover of espn's body issue. she is among the 23 athletes baring it all this summer. >> easy to see why they wanted to put her on it. coming up, it's a super-hero themed bonus skinny.
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♪ skinny, so skinny >> bonus skinny! and we are back with chicago bulls star dwyane wade and wife gabriele union. they have been killing it at paris fashion week. the normally fashion-forward couple went nerd chic in this ensemble. but check out his accessory, that's getting all of the attention. that's a $26,000 dog-shaped man purse, designed by tom brown. >> ooh, look at that. >> that's a lot of adjectives. >> there it is. that man purse kind of works. >> it's patriotic. >> gabrielle's purse is also by tom brown and runs about $4500.
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>> funny that her purse is so much smaller than his. >> it is. what do you think of his look? >> i like it. she's freeing the knee. >> thank you, gabriele, for joining the movement, and for dwyane wade doing an homage to erkle. >> and the x men are apparently recruiting new members. they've been hitting up canada, to film the next movie. stars james mcavoy. they were all out to dinner in montreal. >> and guess who they met? the prime minister. justin trudeau. they were all just hanging out, eating some oysters as you do. >> what's up, justin? >> maybe having some poutine, and justin was just kind of hanging out there in a tee shirt. the look on the trudeaus' faces, priceless. >> he looks pretty excited to be there. the picture was posted to twitter saying, "just met the dude ". thank you for a progressive and somewhat suggestive super hero.
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ryan reynolds is "people" magazine's sexiest man alive, sexiest dad alive. ryan gosling claimed the same thing. that's a real thing. >> is it? >> 2016. but he plays a super hero in the movies, but he's also a super hero in real life. he's that kind of guy. he took a break from filming dead pool two. to promote a worthy cause. >> he and his wife posted pictures to their instagram accounts promoting child cpr classes, and ryan says after taking a cpr class, he was able to save his nephew's life. >> that guy's not his nephew, by the way, but he took a cpr class. that's the kind of guy that ryan reynolds is, unlike the other -- >> are you going to take a cpr class now because ryan told you to? i think i know how to do the heimlich maneuver.
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making news in america this morning, president trump huddles at the white house with republicans as the party delays a vote for obamacare replacement. what the president said at that meeting and what happens next with the july 4th recess quickly approaching. breaking overnight, political unirs in venezuela turned violent. a helicopter launching an attack on the supreme court building. new details about who was in that helicopter. kids poisoned in a freak accident at a swimming pool. the chemical used in that water that sent them to the hospital. forget about rough weather. how loose change is being blamed for delaying a flight. a good w

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