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good morning. i'm janai norman. >> i'm kenneth moton. here's some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." historic step. president trump becomes the first american president to stand on north korean soil. his third face-to-face meeting with kim jong-un ended with an agreement to revive talks and the prospect of welcoming kim to the white house. investigators are getting to work at the site of a deadly plane crash near dallas. all ten people on board the small plane were killed when it collided with a hangar and burst into flames. the plane was supposed to fly to st. petersburg, florida. kevin durant will call new york city his nba home for the next four years. the two-time finals mvp will make brooklyn the center of the big apple's basketball universe after saying "no thanks" to the knicks. wimbledon begins today with
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two americans facing each other. venus williams against cori gauff, who is just 15 years old, the youngest woman to qualify for the main draw in the open era. she said it's a dream to face one of her idols, now she gets the chance to do just that. those are some of our stories on this monday, july 1st. good monday morning. happy july 1st. >> we made it. >> july. >> july. >> my goodness. >> the countdown to christmas. >> oh. all right. >> do you want to know what july 1st is? >> what, the beginning of your birthday month. >> yeah, she knows. you know we like to celebrate all month. >> yeah. let the celebrations start. thank you for joining us this morning. we do begin this half hour on the campaign trail where rival 2020 candidates are jumping to the defense of senator kamala harris. >> the democrats are slamming donald trump jr. over a tweet
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questioning harris' racial identity, calling it racist and unacceptable, blaming it on the same forces behind birtherism, used to spread lies about president obama's citizenship. rachel scott has more. >> reporter: it was a raw and personal story about being a black kid in america. >> there was a little girl in california who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools. and she was bused to school every day. and that little girl was me. >> reporter: but a right wing commentator took offense, questioning senator kamala harris' racial identity. tweeting, kamala harris is not an american black, she is half indian and half jamaican. i'm so sick of people robbing american blacks like myself of our history. it drew the attention of the president's oldest son, donald trump jr., who shared it to his millions of followers asking, is this true? wow. his spokesperson telling abc news it was a misunderstanding, that don jr. asked the question because he was unaware of
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harris' heritage, adding, once he saw that folks were misconstruing the intent of his tweet, he quickly deleted it. the harris campaign firing back saying, this is the same type of racist attack his father used to attack barack obama. it didn't work then, and it won't work now. referring to the so-called birther movement that falsely claimed president obama was not born in the united states. one of its loudest voices? donald trump. >> i want him to show his birth certificate. >> reporter: as a candidate for president, trump finally acknowledged obama was born in hawaii. harris' 2020 democratic rivals putting politics aside to come to her defense and going after the president's son. >> he tweeted it out, and then he deleted it. like a coward, so he can say, oh, that was just a mistake. but he knows what he's doing. he's giving voice to these racist utterances about senator harris. >> reporter: so many of those democratic candidates came forward saying they felt like it was their obligation to say something.
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and as for senator harris, there is just no question on where she stands on this. she identifies as a black american. she graduated from a historically black university. she is a member of the first black greek sorority. rachel scott, abc news, washington. >> our thanks to rachel there. i think we should not be surprised that this is coming up, and so early. that the racists would be coming out to comment about a black woman who's running for president. and when it comes to birtherism, i will say it was racist, disgusting, horrible, and wrong. we should call it for what it is. >> you're saying in this case? >> for birtherism for president obama, for this for kamala harris. also this. obviously people are saying, one can't be saying racist, others are saying it was misconstrued. there are people out there who have threatened or said nasty things about people in color, especially those who are running for president, and that's a fact. >> yes. i do agree with that. i do think birtherism is 100% wrong through and through. i don't know that that is what
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this is in the case. there's a growing movement, ados, american descendent of slaves, and it is that group that looks to someone like kamala harris, who can appreciate anyone black who is running for president, but feels like if you are not an american descendent of a slave, you have different priorities, different experience in the country than maybe someone like kamala harris. so i'm just saying that that is a group that is a growing movement, that's something that was pointed out over the weekend in the discussions about this. and so i don't know that that is -- i don't know. >> i don't think it's the same. i think they're saying that there are just -- the way that they're attacking the candidates for who they are. >> yes. >> i think that's what -- the link they're trying to make here. not saying they're the exact same things. >> i don't think anyone's questioning that she was born in america. >> right. >> she is an american. >> but the harris camp, i'm pretty sure they were ready for this and they're ready to fight back at the trolls. >> absolutely. >> who come at them as well. >> yes.
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president trump is touting his visit with kim jong-un as a big success after becoming the first sitting u.s. president to set foot in north korea. >> now he's back at the white house. the president tweeted that many amazing things happened over the last three days, adding that much was accomplished. the visit with kim included plans to restart stalled talks on north korea's nuclear program. abc's brad mielke has the latest. >> hey, guys, yeah. this was an historic moment. no sitting president has ever done this before. so we know this picture is going to end up in the history books. what we don't know yet is what will the caption be? when president trump walked from the demilitarized zone into north korea to greet kim jong-un, some said he was paving the way for lasting peace. critics blast it as shaking hands with a brutal dictator. in some ways this might have been even bigger than their previous two summits. abc white house correspondent
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jonathan karl said an event like this would normally be highly choreographed, but this all came together within hours. >> brad, to me maybe the craziest moment was watching the incoming white house press secretary, stephanie grisham, literally elbow and shove aside a north korean security guard. >> this is not like an american flack or something, this is like a north korean dictatorship security guy. >> yeah, this is one of those guys you see running alongside the car when kim arrives somewhere. these are pretty scary-looking guys. and she, i mean, you've got to look at the tape, she really gives the guy a shove aside. but that -- the reason why you had all this chaos is because the thing really did come together at the very last minute. >> stop, stop, stop! >> calm down. >> okay, okay, okay! >> remember, guys, the trump administration says there is more goodwill between these countries. experts agree kim's nuclear arsenal remains fully intact. we'll have a lot more on this visit on "start here" later this morning. listen on apple podcasts or your favorite podcasting app.
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>> our thanks to brad. some serious questions are being asked about why a murder suspect in texas was allowed to be out on bond during his trial. >> 25-year-old rene carrio took advantage of his freedom by cutting off his ankle monitor and going on the lam. the search for him is going on right now. stephanie ramos reports. >> reporter: u.s. marshals are intensifying their search for a convicted murderer. rene carillo appeared at his texas murder trial all week. authorities say he skipped court thursday as the verdict neared. the accused killer out on bond. police say he ditched his ankle monitor. >> his ankle monitor had been cut off and destroyed on the side of the road in terrell, texas. >> reporter: police releasing this surveillance video from 2017 where they say he walks up to that mercedes car, shoots and kills john torres in the passenger seat, wounds a woman with him. all this stemming from an argument inside a nearby strip club.
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according to dallas county court records, carrillo was released on $100,000 bond after his arrest for the murder. the victim's family tells abc news there are no words to describe how we feel. i know my son will get justice. he will pay for what he did. jurors convicted carrillo even though he was a no show. he's been sentenced to life in prison. police say they are reinterviewing family and friends, anyone that knows him, so they can convince carrillo to turn himself in. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. facebook says it is working on a plan to stop misinformation about next year's census. >> the company's policy will prohibit facebook users from misrepresenting census requirements, methods, or logistics. facebook will use algorithms to find and delete census misinformation. the fda has named 16 brands of dog food that have been linked to heart disease in dogs. most of the foods on the list are labeled as grain-free and contain a large proportion of peas, lentils, and potatoes.
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the disease was most frequently reported to the fda in golden retrievers. overseas, pope francis offered prayers for those suffering during europe's heat wave. visitors to the vatican are feeling the heat. they braved oppressive temperatures to hear the pope. some shaded themselves with parasols. others made generous use of the fountains in st. peter's square. >> at least seven heat-related deaths have been reported in europe. cooler temps are on the way. a city in western arizona celebrated the day it became the hottest place in the nation. >> it was party time this week in lake havasu city. on june 29th, 1994, it set the mark for the city with the highest recorded temperature in the united stateat 128 temperature on the 25th anniversary, which was only 103. attendees also, look at that, "baked" chocolate chip cookies on t
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you remember all those active live shots to show how hot it is. cracked some eggs. >> i did some good ones back in >> pull it up, show us the hair. >> it landed me here. no, it's been a hot one. >> it has been. >> across europe, here. we had a hot one over the weekend here in new york city. >> oh, yeah, team usa over there, they had to deal with the heat. >> yep. >> so be safe out there. coming up, what a high school valedictorian revealed during his address that earned him a standing ovation. but first what an illegal firework did to one family's home and why they say they're lucky to be alive. plus the over-the-top celebrations this weekend here in new york city marking world pride and the 50th anniversary of the pivotal event that started it all.
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we're back with this dramatic video of a massive tornado in bennett county, south dakota, hovered over the same area for at least 30 minutes. the twister could be seen for miles, even into parts of northern nebraska. some people some 40 we're back with this dramatic video of a massive tornado in bennett county, south dakota, hovered over the same area for at least 30 minutes. the twister could be seen for miles, even into parts of northern nebraska. some people some 40 miles away terrified and running for cover. one home was damaged but so far no injuries have been reported.
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here at home a sheriff's deputy in florida is recovering after a terrifying ordeal that started out as a traffic stop. >> authorities saying the driver that the deputy pulled over suddenly took off with the deputy hanging from the door, dragging him twice down the on-ramp to a busy highway. here's abc's marcus moore. >> reporter: a driver is facing an attempted murder charge after this routine traffic stop turns into an officer's terrifying ride from the side of an suv. >> i'm tell you right now, stop, stop! >> reporter: watch as seminole county deputy aaron blaze is dragged twice. hanging on for dear life. it started with that traffic stop for an alleged window tinting violation. police, body, and dash cameras capturing the entire incident. >> i smell marijuana. >> reporter: 38-year-old rocky rudolph seemingly becoming agitated, then seen dragging the deputy 20 feet the first time. >> stop, stop! >> reporter: rudolph stopped briefly, then is seen dragging the deputy again. >> put your hands up! put it in park! >> reporter: this time for 100
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feet. his body cam falling to the ground. the deputy manages to shoot rudolph in the leg. >> this is a bad dude. who almost killed one of our deputy sheriffs on the side of the road. >> reporter: the sheriff saying rudolph was also armed. you can see the deputy fall from the car before rudolph drove off. and eight hours later police were able to catch up with randolph. he was taken into custody and then taken to the hospital with that leg wound. meantime, the sheriff's deputy has since been released from the hospital. marcus moore, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to marcus. a seattle-area family is still picking up the pieces after a firework exploded at their house. >> stephanie porch and her husband were sitting in their everett, washington home saturday when they heard a loud noise and a hiss, saying it sounded like a bomb went off. the explosion destroyed their backdoor. pieces.lew that plastic chair to
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even if it was an accident, like -- it could have killed one of our kids. >> fireworks are illegal in everett. police are investigating and porch says she doesn't think it was intentional. >> heading into the fourth of july, be careful with fireworks. coming up, world pride 2019. >> millions of pride revelers converge on new york city. plus see who came out on live tv.
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♪ ♪ we were definitely on the right track this past weekend. anthems of pride, acceptance, embracing both yourself and others as you are were the driving force this weekend here in new york city. >> world pride 2019 hosted by new york has closed with a bang and our own will ganss is here with us. >> yes, he is. >> that is right, you guys. celebrations all over the world this weekend in san francisco, mexico city, chicago, and of course right here in nyc.
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wrapped up a month-long celebration of history, of unity, of love, and yeah, of pride. for the first time ever, world pride celebrated on american soil. an estimated 4 million visitors hitting new york city to mark the occasion. alongside major names like madonna. ♪ and lady gaga surprising fans with a speech celebrating how far the queer community has come. >> you have never been so visible in the world, and that beautiful light and that rainbow is shining all around you, stand it in, bask in it, allow yourself to glow in it as we grow. >> reporter: the pop star giving that speech outside the stonewall inn. the bar where members of the queer community fought back against a police raid exactly 50 years ago. the beginning of the modern lgbtq+ rights movement. earlier this month, the nypd police commissioner apologizing for the police actions all those years ago. >> the actions taken by the nypd were wrong, plain and simple.
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the actions and the laws were discriminatory and oppressive, and for that i apologize. >> reporter: all these decades later, the nypd out in full force, keeping the millions of people safe at new york city's pride march. the biggest in its history. >> happy pride! >> reporter: abc news capturing this moment during the march. army specialist brion houston, back from a tour in iraq, coming out on live tv. >> i'm still not out in the military at this point. >> people might know now. >> they might know now. >> is this your coming out? >> i guess it is, yeah. >> reporter: that announcement met with cheers. and while that support seems encouraging, the percentage of americans who support same-sex marriage on the rise since it was made legal only four years ago. so are the instances of hate crimes against the lgbtq+ community. while the confetti falls and the music blasts, many are taking time to remember the challenges and difficulties the lgbtq+
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community continues to face. >> it's come a long way and we've got a long way to go too. i'm so happy to be here, so proud of what's happened. >> so while the pride month may be officially over on the calendar, i want to quote my friend conner who said, pride isn't just june, pride is the spirit of every queer person fighting for the right to exist. >> well said. >> yes, absolutely. got a little emotional because of that part, seeing the guy who came out live there. i mean, it is touching. >> that's touching. but what really gets me is how everyone around him just started applauding. it was like, we're here for you, we celebrate this. >> that pride was also evidence in allies as well who were out there yesterday with the lgbtq community. and it was just beautiful to see. >> incredible. >> the next one, world pride is in copenhagen in 2021. >> yeah, 2021. that's the next world pride. so i'll book our tickets now? >> okay, yes.
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♪ ♪ time for "this happened." we just celebrate pride, we ended the month, we had that ♪ time for "this happened." we just celebrate pride, we ended the month, we had that beautiful piece by will ganss. we have another special moment to start off "this happened." high school student, valedictorian, was giving his speech when he came out as bisexual and the crowd went wild. his name is mason blue. this video went viral on twitter. you hear the applause after he said "i dodged it and ignored it because i wasn't proud of who i am, today i'm changing that, i'm proud to be a bisexual man." good for mason blue there, living his truth, being able to tell all his people. congratulations on being number one in your class.
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>> look at him as he's just starting a whole new chapter in life. >> a lot of support there. >> yes, that is amazing to see. also amazing to see and very impressive, subway ping-pong. so you're riding on the subway and this happens. on the 6 train here in new york table and they're going back and forth. mind you, this train is moving. and people are just sitting there watching. because in new york, you never know what will happen. but you've got to be impressed by this a little bit, right? look at that volley. they just keep going and going and going. not bad. >> you know what, there are a lot of crazy things that happen on these subway cars. >> yeah, i know. >> you said that was the 6 train? more like the crazy train. >> crazy train. >> i stole that from one of our directors who said that in a meeting tonight. >> well, fitting. >> there you go. how about this. this happened. >> this happened. >> a sax player who decided that -- the sax player was like, i'm not that good so i'll play for the cows. >> till the cows come home. >> listen to this. >> they came home. ♪
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>> if you can't tell -- >> he's just starting out. >> that is rick herman playing "isn't she lovely." can you not tell? >> yeah, yeah, i knew, i just needed a couple more notes. >> the cows are giving him a critique saying, naw, dog. >> that's a no for us. you know, they all came over to watch, at least. or did they come over, they're laughing at him? >> he was like, wait in lafayette, oregon, that's how you call the cows. >> yeah, well, it worked. >> calling them home. >> a herder, i guess. you know, if he's just starting out -- >> he's "hurting" my ears. >> that was good, that was good. you're into music. you did the whole band thing. how is he, awful? >> no, he's horrible. but he's trying. >> all right. how about this, a little kitty that really wants to scare its owner. >> let's see what happens. >> because this happened. it's going to hide. >> wait for it, wait, now i'm gonna get him. him.
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this morning o this morning on "world news now," a deadly plane crash. >> ten people killed when a small plane crashes into a hangar, bursting into flames, sending plumes of smoke into the air. investigators are now on the scene. also this morning a historic step for president trump, becoming the first sitting president to cross the korean dmz into north korea. what's next in negotiations with the country after this symbolic step. semifinals showdown. we're counting down to the next match for the u.s. women's national soccer team. we'll tell you how they're getting ready for their next big opponent. plus traffic trouble. as america gets ready to celebrate the fourth of july, find out if you're living in a city that will have to pack more patience ahead of this holiday on monday, july 1st. rabbit, rabbit.
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>> rabbit, rabbit? >> you know what i'm talking about, right? >> i will admit i saw this in the script and i googled it. >> you'd never heard of it? >> i'd never heard of it. >> i've been doing it since i was a kid. it was on nickelodeon years ago. it was the 1st of the month, i try to make it the first thing i say after midnight. >> we have our things down south that we do that are a little cray-cray. >> right, you did your praise dance upstairs? >> exactly. but i'm just saying i never heard of rabbit rabbit. so we'll have some good luck for the start of month. >> all july long. >> we hope that you ended pride month very well. >> yes. >> it ended with a bang here in new york city. >> absolutely. >> a colorful one at that with fireworks. >> fabulous weekend. >> quite a weekend, actually around the globe to celebrate the end of pride month. we will get to all of that in t. we do begin this half hour with the investigation of that deadly plane crash in texas. federal aviation investigators have their hands full because the wreckage of the small plane
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was engulfed in flames. all ten people on board lost their lives in the crash. one part of the investigation will look at the crew's experience in their communication with air traffic controllers. overnight government investigators giving an update into the plane crash and inferno that took ten lives. >> the crash occurred at 9:11 a.m. here at the addison airport and the aircraft collided with a hangar. >> reporter: a team with the ntsb now going through the wreckage at the addison airport north of dallas trying to find out why the small twin-engine plane like this one slammed into this hangar just after takeoff. no one on board survived. >> attention all aircraft on the tower, everybody stand by. we had an accident on the field. expect not to go out any time soon. >> reporter: witnesses say the plane veered to the left before rolling over and smashing into the hangar. black smoke could be seen for miles. >> it was really thick. like you could tell there was some burning chemicals or gas or oil.
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>> reporter: a small jet and helicopter inside the hangar were also damaged. and investigators say they're looking at video of the crash but have yet to release it. the victims on board include two crew members and eight passengers. the plane was headed from texas to st. petersburg, florida. officials are working to notify next of kin. those ntsb investigators say the plane recently changed hands so they haven't been able to correctly identify the tail number on the plane. later today we expect to learn more about who was on board. what a weekend for this country, for north korea. >> yes. >> and for presidential politics. >> quite a weekend. >> we turn to that, president trump's historic trip going where no other sitting u.s. president has gone before, setting foot on north korean soil. >> the president shook hands and walked side by side with kim jong-un barely 24 hours after initiating the meeting in a tweet. >> before returning to washington last night the president agreed to revive nuclear talks with pyongyang and said he would invite kim to the white house. abc's tara palmieri has more.
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>> reporter: an historic moment at the demilitarized zone sunday morning. president trump walking from the south korean side, kim jong-un from the north. the two leaders shaking hands across the border. good to see you again, kim saidf amstepngntno >> it's a great day for the world. it's an honor for me to be here. >> reporter: as the two walked into the so-called house of freedom, chaos. a scramble to get american press inside. a dramatic visual that some say may be the president's greatest performance. that democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is hoping it will be more than just a photo op. >> what's going to happen tomorrow and the next day? he has weakened the state department. if we're going to bring peace to this world, we need a strong state department. we need to move forward diplomatically. >> reporter: another democrat, julian castro, calling this impromptu meeting worrisome. >> i am all for speaking with our adversaries. but what's happened here is that
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this president has raised the profile of a dictator like kim jong-un. >> reporter: despite the criticism, former new jersey governor chris christie says this is just the way the president does diplomacy. >> the bottom line is everything we've tried, as you know, george, the republican and democratic presidents over the last 30 years, has not worked with north korea. he's trying to make it a personal thing. >> reporter: following the public show, the two leaders met behind closed doors for about 40 minutes. >> it's just an honor to be with you. it was an honor that you asked me to step over that line, and i was proud to step over the line. >> reporter: so far no word on any progress toward dismantling north korea's nuclear program, just the promise of more talks. tara palmieri, abc news, washington. >> our thanks to tara. even with the rhetoric, the insults that sparked up, even the recent missile test that sparked up within the past month on the north korean side, a little muted on the u.s. side, still, this president, president trump, he appears adamant that he can make a deal with kim jong-un and really restart those talks. >> and i mean really, when we think back to the beginning of
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this, when north korea was doing a lot of missile tests, and like you said, the rhetoric between the two of them, it was insult back and forth, back and forth. and it was really -- i mean, tensions were high. a lot of people were on edge. they've now met twice, first in singapore, then hanoi. those talks broke down again. now to see president trump, you know, doing this. he is gaining some ground. >> we know the president's a showman. and this was a historic moment at the dmz, pure trump showmanship there. >> yeah, absolutely. >> that's why you see democrats who want to replace him in tara's piece who are criticizing him. there are also obviously republican supporters who are coming out in defense of the president saying that this doesn't do any harm to try to re-engage and try to talk to north korea. but the democrats are saying that the president's coddling dictators. >> yep. he has prided himself on being able to negotiate and make a deal, and we will see if he's able to do that after this.
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moving on, funeral services will be held today for the migrant father and daughter who drowned in the rio grande while trying to make it to the u.s. the bodies of 25-year-old-year-old oscar alberto martinez and 23-month-old valeriya were returned to their hometown in salvador. authorities in texas are looking for a 25-year-old convicted murderer, rene carrillo. he was free on bond while being tried for the 2017 murder of a man outside a strip club in dallas. he failed to show up for court and prosecutors say he cut off his ankle monitor and went on the run. that same day he was sentenced to 99 years in prison. he will face additional charges for fleeing and jumping bail when he is recaptured. the search for a missing hiker in the grand canyon moves into its third day today. peter schwab was last seen friday. the 66-year-old was on a river trip and then left for what was supposed to be a day hike. canyon officials are concerned
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because temperatures can reach triple digits in the area where he disappeared. police in the dominican republic will have more information today on the latest arrest in the david ortiz shooting. 14 people are now in custody. victor hugo gomez, considered one of the masterminds, was captured friday. police say gomez ordered one of his cousins killed. the gunman shot ortiz as he sat with the intended target at a santa domingo club. gomez posted a youtube video proclaiming his innocence. breaking overnight, new protests erupt in hong kong as ceremonies mark 22 years since the territory's return from britain to china. >> riot police used pepper spray to hold back demonstrators. hong kong's leader today promised to consider the people's feelings amid protests over a proposal to allow suspects to be extradited to the mainland to face trial. a month of pride activities around the world has come to an end with a loud, colorful flourish. this was the scene in mexico
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city where thousands turned out for saturday's parade. the main theme for the event was raising visibility for sexual diversity in mexico. >> and they sure did. there were plenty of rainbow flags and banners at saturday's pride march in lima, peru. they called for legislation related to gender identity, marriage, and hate crimes. the biggest pride party of the month was right here in new york city. millions lined the parade route for a moving celebration that lasted hours. in fact, i think it's still going as we're on the air right now. this year's pride events paid tribute to the 50th anniversary of the stonewall uprising which started the modern lgbtq movement. singer melissa etheridge helped bring the party to a close performing at a concert here in times square. >> you know, even if you weren't right here in manhattan today to see all of the rainbows all over, even the skyline was lit up. the empire state building there in the rainbow colors. there was one point today, i was walking through, looking to meet some friends, and there was
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confetti on the ground. and it like kicked up in the wind and i was like, it is just raining confetti today. it was very happy. >> it's like a rainbow, colorful unicorn just exploded over this city. >> lots of love. >> i was out on those streets yesterday and it was beautiful to see. so many people out and about. the streets were packed with and flowing with love and pride. and it was just incredible to see. and the fireworks display as well. and our coverage on abc news live in our local -- one of our flagship stations, wabc, was just incredible. >> absolutely. >> big shout-out to our team here at abc that was a part of that coverage and led the way. well, in chicago the rain tried to rain on the parade for pride. the parade was cut short because of thunderstorms which rolled through the area. the event was canceled three hours after it began. >> powerful storms brought down trees and power lines in connecticut and on new york city's long island. te of thousas pple lost power. some of the wind from those storms was over 70 miles an
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hour. sunny skies return to the northeast today. thunderstorms stretch from the rockies across the northern plains to the great lakes. sunshine for most of the west coast. the upcoming extended holiday weekend could lead to lots of hurry up and wait on the roads. >> aaa estimates more than 41 million people will be in their cars. the extra traffic is expected to lead to a jump of nearly 10% in delays nationally. five cities are expected to see delays at least three times longer than normal. new york tops the list at nearly four times as long. boston sits in second place followed by detroit, houston, seattle. you see all the big cities there. chicago, d.c., atlanta. so if you are there, if you're heading there, be prepared. >> the fourth, when you pack your hot dogs, also pack your patience. coming up, could combing your body be the key to weight loss?
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but first what we're finding out this morning about nba superstar kevin durant, where he's headed and why it's a mixed bag for the fans in his new town. plus the 2-year-old boy who died after getting infected with e. coli reportedly after visiting a petting zoo. the alert for all parents. zoo. the alert for all parents. know what turns me on? my man. some vitamin d. a little... inspo... and when i really want to amp it up we use k-y yours + mine. tingling for me and warming for him. woah... get what you want.
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a scary crash here in north carolina. a scary crash here in north carolina. a pickup truck towing a camper slams into a divider outside charlotte. you see it there. part of it tipping over. they swerved into a recently opened express lane on interstate 77. the driver says the uneven road caused the crash. highway officials say the difference in road height was within acceptable levels. the driver and his wife suffered minor injuries. a weekend birthday party in the great state of south carolina came to a watery end. >> 20 people fell into a creek after a dock collapsed at a restaurant outside charleston on saturday. three people suffered minor injuries, 40 were on the dock when it gave way. no word on what caused the collapse. now to a new warning from the cdc about a dangerous parasite lurking in swimming pools. the cdc says so-called crypto outbreaks have increased 13% each year between 2009 and 2017. >> many cases occurred after pe
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contaminated pools or water parks. it's rarely fatal but can cause diarrhea, dehydration, and other symptoms, so be careful. there is another danger that may be lurking at a summertime event popular with children, county fairs. health officials in california believe a toddler died after contracting e. coli at a petting zoo at the san diego county fair. here's abc's marci gonzalez. >> reporter: parts of the san diego county fair shut down after this 2-year-old boy was infected with e. coli and died. >> he's upstairs now. a little angel. >> reporter: jedediah's family says he visited one of his favorite attractions, the petting zoo, washing his hands afterwards. but four days later they say he got sick. >> he was hurting so much, he almost couldn't cry. >> reporter: after several more days health officials explain a rare complication from e. coli killed the toddler. three other children who visited the fair were also sickened by the bacteria. inspectors finding the e. coli likely came from either the petting zoo, livestock exhibits, or pony rides.
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>> there is waste. potentially a young child could touch it, walk in it, get it on their sneakers. hard to say. >> reporter: at least two of the cases the child did not wash his or her hands, although there and water stations. >> washing hands is very, very important. when you're touching animals and livestock, wash your hands very good, a good 20 seconds. >> reporter: all the fair's animal exhibits will remain closed and the other children who were infected are recovering. marci gonzalez, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to marci there. consumer alert this morning about fresh papayas. the cdc is warning people in connecticut, massachusetts, new jersey, pennsylvania, rhode island not to eat papayas from mexico. they have been linked to 62 cases of salmonella infections in eight states. >> more than 20 people have been hospitalized but no deaths have been reported. consumers are urged to throw papayas away even if no one has become sick.
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a lot you've got to watch out for. coming up in our next half hour, the bad blood that's threatening to boil over for taylor swift. what happened with the ownership rights of her music this weekend that the star just can't shake off and why she's calling it her worst nightmare. but first, what the brits don't know about baseball. the questions that caught many londoners off guard as the yankees and red sox faced off over the weekend. trust me, you do not want to miss this.
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time for sports. and the u.s. women's national soccer team is all set for tomorrow's semifinal showdown against england. megan rapinoe has scored the last four goals for team usa. if they win tomorrow's match, they would either play holland or sweden in sunday's championship game. >> whoo! >> yeah, slow clap for that. team usa and england kick off tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. eastern time. so whatever work you got going on, forget about it. >> go team usa. good news for new york city hoops fans, kevin durant is
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coming to the big apple. the bad news for knicks fans, he's going to brooklyn. >> durant has signed a four-year deal to join the nets. he won't play year one due to the torn achilles he suffered last month in the finals. all-star guard kyrie irving is joining durant in brooklyn. he also signed on for four years. the moves prompted the new york daily news to dub the nets' barclay's center home the mecca, a term usually used for the nicks' madison square garden. those are two big, big, big, big, big moves. >> big ones. >> yeah, yeah. see how that shapes up. >> durant's on the mend. >> he is on the mend. and in baseball the yankees and red sox wrapped up their london series with some history. slow clap for that. >> the yankees scored nine runs in the seventh yesterday, the team's highest-scoring inning in four years. sweeping the two-game series at london's olympic stadium. both games were sold out despite not many british fans knowing
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exactly what's going on. >> yankees or red sox? >> red sox all the way. >> yankees. i think their uniform's cooler. >> you're looking forward to the yankees/red sox? >> i just found out about it, to be honest. now that i know, i'll definitely be tuning in. >> aaron judge or mookie betts? >> sadly, i don't know who that is. >> mookie betts. that's a more fun name. >> you know what a dugout is? >> where people sit? >> that's where they sit. >> what's a foul ball? >> is it -- three times and you're out? >> the ball touches the ground? >> well, i'm guessing when the ball is covered in poo or something. >> i love our british cousins. i also love duchess meghan and that duke right there. harry. hey, some royals were at the game apparently, but not the kansas city royals. prince harry and his wife, duchess meghan, met both teams and participated in a ceremonial first pitch before the game. >> those poor brits, baseball's not their thing.
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america's pastime. ry and his wife, duchess meghan, met both teams and participated in a ceremonial first pitch before the game. >> those poor brits, baseball's not their thing. america's pastime. he ride. with tripadvisor, it's easy to discover over 100,000 bookable things to do, from walking tours in rome to wine tastings in tuscany, and if you like what you see, you can book it with ease. just another way tripadvisor helps you make your trip a masterpiece. ♪ hoo - read reviews, check hotel prices, book things to do. tripadvisor. my gums are irritated. i don't have to worry about that, do i? actually, you do. harmful bacteria lurk just below the gum line, and if you're not taking care of your gums, you're not taking care of your mouth. so now i use this. crest gum detoxify. crest gum detoxify, voted product of the year. it works below the gum line and is clinically proven to neutralize harmful plaque bacteria and help reverse early gum damage. gum detoxify, from crest.
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it is time for "the mix." and we've got a good one. we're starting with down in florida -- it's not good. food rivalries. so get this. a guy in florida, florida man, of course, breaks into a wendy's, makes himself some food. like he fires up the grill. >> makes himself a food, a junior bacon cheeseburger? >> makes a whole burger, then takes the safe. of course he's a bit of a hamburglar, if you will. >> oh, no. >> then went to another restaurant, got himself more food, and more money. and went on about his merry way. police are trying to find him. at the same time over in texas, a woman is now banned from a local walmart because, get this. >> what? >> she went to the cake section,
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ate half a cake. >> yep. >> then asked if the cake was half off. >> that makes sense. >> the nerve of the woman. the comments about this online were so funny. somebody said, so let me get this straight, like she's got frosting all over her mouth, wait, half off, right? someone else was like, at least she didn't eat the whole thing and put it back on the shelf. >> that's very true. there are some people i know who like to stroll around the grocery store and eat grapes and other things. >> stealing. >> all my family down in south carolina. >> stealing. >> are you saying that my family's thieves? >> no, no, no, not them, though. not them. >> it was back in the day, they don't do it anymore, please don't arrest my family. people are always looking for unique ways to lose weight. i'm always on a thing here. >> always on a thing. >> admit it. how about combing your body? since i can't comb anything else. i was trying to beat you to it. >> fair enough. >> people using jade combs on their body to rid themselves of cellulite and unwanted body fat. >> okay.
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>> brown fat? do you remember we learned about that the other week, last week. >> yeah. >> the trend combines ancient chinese medicine and a brush. >> sounds good. combing your body. >> so it's believed that using it really helps get rid of those toxins and move the energy around. >> redirect the energy. >> like when you get a massage, how you're supposed to do certain things. >> massage? >> i say ma-sadj. >> have i been saying it wrong? >> i don't think there's a right or wrong. >> care-a-mel. >> ma-sadj. oh, i'll have a massage by the masseuse. >> by the masseuse. a bus driver is a hero, saved a turtle that was crossing the road. >> here it comes. >> we brake for animals. >> we do. >> even if it means getting out and helping that little animal.
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why'd the turtle cross the road? >> to get a massage.
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this morning on "world news now," a historic and symbolic step. president trump stepping into north korea. how the world is responding to his friendship with kim jong-un. developing now, a plane crash turning deadly right after takeoff. this morning 10 people are dead. what the ntsb is revealing about the investigation so far. new this half hour, the multimillion dollar business deal that's dividing the biggest names in music. >> taylor swift is lashing out at famed manager scooter braun after he bought her catalog of songs over the weekend. hear why she's calling him a bully as justin bieber and other celebs are weighing in. and cardi b's latest money move was turned down. find out why a judge didn't let her trademark, you know that noise, in "the skinny" on this monday, july 1st.
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didn't that okay make you famous? >> no, you didn't. no, it made cardi famous. >> oh, okay. >> that's why she tried -- >> you used to do -- months ago you were okaying all over -- >> i know, but it's too much. you can only roll your tongue so many times before it's old. >> she has not been having good luck with the judges recently. >> no, you are right. some judges are laying down the law with cardi. so we'll get to all that later. we do begin with president trump making history in north korea, becoming the first sitting american president to visit the reclusive nation. >> the president arrived back at the white house last night after wrapping up a dramatic made-for-tv visit to the dmz, including an impromptu sit-down with kim jong-un that lasted nearly an hour. the details now from abc's jonathan karl. >> reporter: just 32 hours after extending his unusual invitation with a tweet, president trump
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took the final steps north toward the line separating north and south korea. walking briskly to meet him, a smiling kim jong-un. >> my friend. >> reporter: the north korean leader, one of the world's most brutal dictators, greeted president trump like an old friend. good to see you again, he said, i never expected to meet you at this place. >> it's my honor. would you like me to step across? >> reporter: and with a step, the president walked onto north korean territory. >> i'd be very proud to do that. okay, let's do it, come on. >> reporter: clearly relishing the moment, another handshake before the cameras. the hastily arranged meeting became chaotic as the two men walked back to the south korean side of the border. photographers scrambled to capture the moment. >> how do you feel? >> feel great. it's a great honor to be here.
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>> chairman kim, how do you feel? >> reporter: in a rare move, the reclusive north korean leader spoke directly to american reporters. "i believe," kim said of trump, "this is an expression of his willingness to eliminate all of nere ty ootogether before the cameras, president trump offered up another invitation. >> i'd invite him right now to the white house, absolutely. >> reporter: as they walked toward the so-called house of freedom, chaos. security guards blocking the u.s. press. and then a rush to get the american media inside. north korean security guards attempting to block the way. that's the new white house press secretary, stephanie grisham. elbowing and shoving aside a north korean security guard. kim and trump met for nearly an hour behind closed doors. the symbolism of the day was powerful, but after this and the two summit meetings, north
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korea's nuclear program is still fully in place. in fact, u.s. intelligence believes kim's nuclear stockpiles have increased since the talks began. >> speed is not the object. we want to see if we can do a really comprehensive good deal. nobody knows how things turn out. but certainly this was a great day. this was a very legendary, very historic day. >> reporter: president trump announced there will now be a resumption of lower-level talks to try to get at that elusive nuclear deal, because despite all of the symbolism we saw here in this powerful moment that unfolded in the dmz, the bottom line is there still has not been any concrete progress towards getting to a deal where north korea would actually give up its nuclear weapons. jonathan karl, abc news, seoul. >> our thanks to jonathan karl there. some very powerful images. >> incredible, incredible. what a show. >> white house press secretary -- absolutely.
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>> she was throwing some elbows. >> yes, she was. >> to get that american press in there. turning now to breaking news, a powerful explosion ripped through the afghan capital this morning injuring at least 50 people. >> the streets were packed this morning with commuters when the blast shook the downtown area of kabul near the u.s. embassy. a police official said it was a car bomb and the militants firing on the defense ministry. the attack comes as the taliban and the u.s. are holding talks in qatar. it could take two weeks for investigators to produce a preliminary report about the deadly crash of a plane in texas. >> all ten people on the plane were killed when it slammed into a hangar at a small airport near dallas. the accident happened just after takeoff. the flight was heading to st. petersburg, florida. abc's jim ryan has more from dallas. >> reporter: investigators are at the scene of this deadly plane crash just north of dallas. >> all the rescue vehicles are responding to the emergency. >> reporter: the twin engine beechcraft crashing into a hangar at addison airport sunday morning shortly after takeoff. >> attention all aircraft on the tower, everybody stand by. we had an accident on the field, expect not to go out any time soon.
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>> reporter: a spokesman for the town of addison said the plane lifted into the air, then veered left and according to witnesses rolled over. thick black smoke could be seen billowing from the crash site. the plane was destroyed. >> it was really thick. like you could tell there was some burning chemicals or, you know, gas or oil. it definitely looked black enough for it to be serious. >> reporter: the medical examiner confirms that all ten people on board were killed. authorities are now working to identify the victims and notify their families. no one on the ground was hurt. the hangar was empty at the time of the crash. the national transportation safety board and the faa are working to determine the cause. jim ryan, abc news, dallas. closing arguments are expected to begin today in the murder trial of a decorated navy s.e.a.l. commander. >> special operations chief edward gallagher is charged in the death of an isis captive in iraq two years ago. he's also facing other counts for allegedly shooting civilians and posing for pictures with a
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corpse. gallagher has pleaded not guilty to all charges. the latest suspect arrested in the shooting of red sox legend david ortiz said he would never do something like this. victor hugo gomez is the 14th person charged in the case and one of three alleged masterminds. authorities say gomez offered $30,000 for someone to shoot his cousin, who was sitting next to ortiz in a santo domingo club. gomez released a youtube video denying he was part of a plot to shoot anyone. a consumer alert. gillette is recalling 87,000 packages of venus simply 3 disposable razors over possible injury risks. the company says a manufacturing error caused a misalignment of blades. that could increase the risk of cuts during normal use. gillette has received one report of injury from the recalled razor. consumers should stop using the razors immediately. they were sold from january to may of this year. that would be very unfortunate.
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>> yeah. some bad news this morning for drivers in california. >> the state's new gas tax kicks in today. it will add more than 5 cents to the price of a gallon. experts say that's enough to make california the state with the highest gas prices in the nation. the tax is expected to raise more than $50 billion over the next decade. that money will go toward road repairs and infrastructure upgrades. >> $50 billion. >> that's a lot of money. some people in the south are being warned this could be the summer of super nest. >> giant nests of yellow jackets. >> oh no. >> starting to pop up in alabama. they hold at least 4,000 of the one scientist says yellow jackets cause almost all stinging deaths in the u.s. unlike honeybees, the jackets can sting repeatedly and generally attack in groups. a normal summer only has two super nests. 12 have been confirmed. 90 popped up in 2006. you know what, so you need to be
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careful about those. i have to tell you, whenever i think about bees and getting stung and death, "my girl" was my movie growing up. >> oh, i know. >> thomas jay, remember -- >> so emotional. >> she's like, where are his glasses? he can't see without his glasses. >> i was so traumatized by it. >> it breaks my heart every time. >> this could be -- super nests, very serious, a little scary. >> absolutely. attack in groups. >> you see those -- we're in the summer, you know, and bees and yellow jackets, and you really find out who a person is when they're running away from those insects. >> show their true colors. >> yes. you think about when somebody's really trying to be manly or whatever, they see those yellow jackets. >> yeah. >> yes. yes. so be careful. >> watch out, you'll learn a lot about your friends. coming up, the celebrity show for solidarity for world pride here in new york city. and later, the 10-year-old girl and her ceremonial first pitch this weekend that's
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streets in and around guadalajara, mexico were buried under more than three feet of hail. that's hail. some streets turned into rivers of ice once heavy rains mixed in. cars and trucks were stranded. there were also reports of fallen trees. more than 200 homes were damaged. the mexican army was called in to help clear the roads. >> imagine if you were driving through that. all you'd be thinking is "hail no." back here at home, celebrities from throughout the music industry are weighing in on a new mega business deal. >> on one side, taylor swift. on the other, the top music manager who just bought the rights to swift's music. our own will ganss is here with the latest. wi, this igog a big story. >> it is. we're going to be following this one for a while. good morning to you guys. good morning to all of you. yeah.
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it's the $300 million deal that has taylor swift taking to tumblr. posting an open letter describing what she says is her worst-case scenario. ♪ you belong with me ♪ you belong with me >> reporter: 13 years and six albums of taylor swift's music no longer belongs to taylor swift. the ten-time grammy winner taking to tumblr after learning her former label had been sold to justin bieber's manager, scooter braun, in a $300 million deal sunday morning. taylor writing, i learned about scooter braun's purchase of my masters as it was announced to the world. all i could think about was the incessant manipulative bullying i've received at his hands for years. taylor referring to scooter's client kanye west's famous video. his wife kim kardashian leaking a secretly recorded phone call. and justin bieber who posted this photo awhile back of himself facetiming with kanye and scooter with the caption "taylor swift what up." justin since apologizing for that past post.
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but defending his manager writing, i don't usually rebuttal things like this, but when you try and deface someone i love's character, that's crossing a line. demi lovato chiming in with, i've dealt with bad people in the industry and scooter is not one of them. other artists on team taylor, halsey saying, she deserves to own the painstaking labor of her heart. and todrick hall posting, scooter is an evil person whose only concern is his wealth and feeding his disgusting ego. ♪ bad blood >> reporter: many asking why taylor didn't purchase her music herself. the head of her former label writing in his own public letter that taylor had every chance in the world to own her master recordings, she chose to leave. taylor saying she wanted to own her own music but instead was offered the opportunity to sign back up to big machine records and earn one album back at a time for every new one she turned in, taylor declining that offer. abc news has reached out to scooter braun for comment, but so far the manager is staying silent. >> and so the thing about this is that taylor knew that this could happen, but it's really
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the fact of who it is, that it's scooter braun, that makes it that much worse. >> exactly. and she's still kind of saying the negotiations aren't exactly what big machine is saying they were, so a lot of gray area here. like you're saying, i think we'll be following this story for a while. >> this is nasty, ugly, it really does pull back the curtain on some really, really negatives on the music industry. >> for sure. >> it's definitely not the old days where artists didn't have much control over their music, and now they have a voice, they have more control over their music. people like taylor especially is known for wanting her music, and she should have it, really. >> she has a new label now. the new record that comes out in august is on that label. so she's looking forward to that, i'm sure. >> thank you, will, we appreciate it. when we come back, what rapper lil nas x told his fans to cap off the end of pride month. and what chris pratt is showing the world. what he brought home from his honeymoon. showing the world. what he brought home from his honeymoon. he
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♪ skinny just gimme the skinny time now for "the skinny" starting with the major league celebs capping off world pride 2019 right here in new york
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city. >> by some estimates as many as 4 million visitors crammed into manhattan this past week with as many as 3 million packing the streets for the new york city pride march. the latest pride, the largest pride celebration in the world. >> and the material girl herself headlined the two-day music festival known as pride island, capping the massive celebration marking the 50th anniversary of the stonewall riots. >> it wouldn't be new york city pride without plenty of celebrities, including billy porter posing for the cameras in quite a pride dress there. >> work it. and sporting her own rainbow stripes, tv talk show host wendy williams. >> how ya doing? and in the spirit of the day, rapper lil nas x leapt out of the closet, coming out to his fans as gay by pointing to suggestive lyrics of a song from his new album "7 ep." good for lil nas x.
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>> absolutely. >> got a great song. >> yes. >> he's inspiring for the kids. >> people already love him. now you've just got another reason. i love that you threw in that how ya doing? >> first time i ever done that on television. >> yeah, and you did it good. >> thank you, i appreciate it. good for lil nas x there. >> yep. next to a couple of special celebrity celebrations. >> "big little lies" actress zoe kravitz tied the knot with fellow actor karl glusman in paris. this is the couple's second wedding. they got legally hitched in the u.s. last month. besides her power couple parents, lenny kravitz and lisa bonet, they had quite a guest list. >> including the monterey five themselves, "big little lies" sisters reese witherspoon, laura dern, nicole kidman. >> elsewhere in france, another celebrity's second wedding played out at a french chateau. >> again? >> yep, for joe jonas and sophie turner. >> celebrity guests who skipped out on the kravitz wedding included new sister-in-law priyanka chopra and american deejay diplo.
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was dr. phil there? on friday we reported how dr. phil -- >> spilled the beans. yep. >> did you report that in "pop news"? >> sam champion did. >> oh, that's right, that's right. you were anchoring the show. you weren't doing "pop news." you are doing "pop news" this week. >> look at you, you're always shouting me out. yeah, yeah! >> janai at gma! >> uh-huh! >> catch her on gma, everybody! >> all right. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> all week long. next to the celebrity honeymoon that turned out to be a little too well done for one action star. >> chris pratt has made a name for himself fighting super villains but he apparently lost the battle with the sun. >> pratt took to instagram to show us all the sunburn, yikes, he suffered during his honeymoon in hawaii with his new wife katherine schwarzenegger. >> yeah, fellow "end game" star gwyneth paltrow hilariously posted, i've got some goop for that. goop can fix anything.
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next to cardi b suffering yet another legal setback. >> the u.s. patent and trademark office has denied the 26-year-old rapper's request to trademark that catchphrase. >> pepsi is krrr. >> did you say pepsi is krrr? >> excuse me? >> of course pepsi is krrr. >> is she okay? >> why aren't you understanding? krrr? >> what kind of word is that. krrr? >> u.s. patent and trademark officials say the phrase is considered a widely used, commonplace expression. especially after janai wouldn't stop saying it a few months ago. >> what? oh, that's a tough loss for cardi. and it's the video that's been going viral all weekend involving a grandpa and lady gaga. >> twitter users shared this video showing the expression on their grandfather's face after she surprised him with tickets to see lady gaga perform at her las vegas residency. >> the expression of pure joy captured on camera, posted on friday, has now been viewed nearly 5 million times. he's so happy. for gaga. >> grandpa and gaga, obviously
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they go hand in hand. >> imagine if she pulls him up on stage. grandpa going gaga over gaga.
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bonnie made a frie bonnie made a friend in class. >> what? >> she's already making friends! >> no, no, she literally "made" a new friend. i want you to meet forky. >> hi? >> hello. >> ach! >> he's a spork. >> yes, yeah, i know. >> "toy story 4" from our parent company disney is still dominating the box office for the second weekend, taking in another $58 million for a grand total so far of nearly $237 million domestically. >> that comes despite solid debuts from newcomers "annabel comes home" and "yesterday" which finished in a distant second and third place. >> "annabel comes home." >> have you seen the trailers for that movie? >> no. >> you would understand why my voice got really deep there. >> "toy story's" heartwarming message about embracing being different is no doubt resonating with audiences.
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>> and this morning we're meeting an inspirational young girl who's not only embracing her difference, she's showing us all how she's using it to live her best life. here's abc's whit johnson. >> a very special ceremonial first pitch -- >> reporter: 10-year-old sara hinesly didn't break a sweat heading to the mound at camden yards. sara has no hands but appeared fearless, throwing out the first pitch. >> i just tried my hardest. and i put my mind to it. >> reporter: we first met sara two months ago. her perfect cursive winning her a national handwriting award. showing us she can overcome any obstacle, from creating arts and crafts to rock climbing and even riding a bike. >> things i can't do, i try to figure out what way i could do it. and try my best to make it work. >> reporter: sara is adopted, arriving from china five years ago, speaking only mandarin. her sister, veronica, also adopted. she's from russia. they have a special handshake
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and an amazing bond. >> any time i fail, i just keep doing it with veronica cheering on me. i could always get to the top. >> reporter: so when the baltimore orioles asked sara to throw out the first pitch at the home game on friday, she jumped at the chance. >> i felt happy. excited. and i was a little bit nervous. >> reporter: sister veronica right by her side. >> i was proud to be there. >> reporter: the two sharing their motto tonight, "be good, be mighty, do your best." >> i want other kids with disability to see that when you try your best, you can do anything. >> be good, be mighty, do your best. what a little inspiration. >> i love when we showcased her recently and then this time, she deserves all the praise and glory. her mother says when people try to help her, she rejects it. >> you know what, she shows that she's independent, she can do it herself, sets her mind to it. >> go, sara. >> tries hard, yes.
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america this morning. >> have a good one. making news in america this morning, the air disaster near dallas. >> all the rescue vehicles are responding to the emergency. >> a plane crashing into this hangar at the airport killing ten people. this morning witnesses describe what they saw seconds before the deadly plunge. the historic handshake just hours after president trump became the first sitting u.s. president to enter north korea. the question, what happens now? plus, what the president has revealed about his talks with the president of china and a possible trade deal. tragedy at the county fair. what we're learning about the 2-year-old who died from e. coli after visiting the petting zoo and what every parent needs to know. lightnin

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