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cksaw blades inside telling police he had no idea they were there and no knowledge of the escape plot. he was just making a delivery for prison worker joyce mitchell who allegedly con sfird with the killers. we caught up with palmer sated. >> did you have anything to do with her escape. >> no comment at this time but i'm here on my own free will to help and assist. >> he wouldn't say much then but in an interview in 2000 he complained about how stressful life is for guards at the prison. >> with the money they pay you, you'll go bald and have high blood pressure you'll divorce and kill yourself. >> authorities still combing dense woods near a cabin where they found the men' dna. >> whether they followed this had trail under these power lines all the way from the prison to that cabin off of wolf pond road. police once again warning the men are dangerous and are likely heavily armed. and that danger prompting a children's summer camp in the area to cancel its first week. linsey janice abc news owls
head new york. >> congress has opened an investigation into the oil pipeline rupture along the central california coast last month. lawmakers want maintenance information on the badly corroded section of pipeline which released more than 100,000 gallons of crude oil. the spill blackened beaches 100 miles away. clean-up costs have topped $100 million. >> it was a rough week on capitol hill for the company at the center of the exploding air bag controversy. now a surprise move from the president of that company. here's abc's david kerley. >> the ceo of takata for the first time publicly [ speaking foreign language ] >> deeply apologized bowing for the deaths and injuries his company's air bags have caused. those air bags explode with excessive force shattering sending shards of metal through the bag into drivers. eight have died, seven in the usa. we've tried to talk to that ca ta. >> i'm going to ask you to step off property. >> okay. no problem. >> but the family-owned japanese
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>> so youth was a main theme among the top nba draft picks last night, karl-anthony towns of kentucky went first to the minnesota minnesota timberwolves, the first of three straight freshmen to be selected and the third number one pick who played for the wildcat in the last six years. kentucky had a record tying four players chosen among the top 14. >> when ernie sat in the bathtub singing rubber duckie he surely had nothing like this in mind. >>ernie's duckie was a lot smaller than that one floating on the delaware river yesterday, 61 feet tall and weighs 11 tons. >> ♪ you're the one. you make bath time ♪ it was there to draw attention to other more regal watercraft. there's a tall ships festival going on this weekend. rubber duckie you're definitely the one. you make bath time or anytime lots of fun. >> you all actually wrote that?
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>> paragliding not for the faint after heart. thanks to go pro cameras all of us can pretend to fly. >> it's one amazing paraglideing flight trending this week. who else asked for insight but senior meteorologist and resident daredevil can ginger zee. >> 43-year-old professional speed flyer paragliding straight toward that moving cable car in the mench al pts at 50 miles per hour on purpose. >> aiming for the open doors. >> pinpoint accuracy. extraordinary courage. he lands it. nearly getting pulled back out. so how did he do it? he says it was a perfect combination of teamwork
weather, aim, timing and we think guts. that's the how. but when you see something like this you say why. well, i first tried it in mexico. >> it feels very crazy. >> then in colombia. and even paragliding while feeding a vulture. yes, a vulture. above the foothills of the himalayas. adrenaline rush is amazing. you get to touch the clouds. it's a meteorologist's dream and the views unbeatable. kind of liking this landing. >> why? >> why is the question. why would you do that? but it's very cool he stuck the landing. i wouldn't want to see the video if he hadn't. >> no. >> i wouldn't want to see the video if you hadn't either. >> luckily you made it safely onto the grass. you look good. >> i've never jumped from a safe plane. man, movies.
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welcome back. "insomniac theater" this morning, two very different films featuring animals but only one is family friendly. >> first up "ted 2" the follow upup to seth mcfarlane's hit about a guy named john and his best friend a stuffed bear. ted is now married to the girl of his dreams but he learns he's considered property. so he hires a lawyer to help him prove he's a person in a court of law. the lawyer played by amanda seyfried. >> do you mind if i ask how old you are. >> i'm 26. >> ah. >> is there a problem? >> you know, i just don't want might lawyer singing "frozen" songs during the opening arguments. >> i'm samantha jackson. >> ted, good to meet you. >> wait wait wait.
what's your middle name? >> leslie. >> oh my god. so you're sam l. jackson. >> just like sam l. jackson. >> who is that. >> have you ever seen any movie ever? he's the black guy. >> it's true. ted 2 is not politically correct by any stretch of the imagination. one critic says it's detestable even as it's charming and in ingrashating. another review from the same paper said i laughed and laughed and i tell you what that says about me. >> and you're going to go see that one. >> oh my god. it's completely up my wheelwell. >> also opening there weekend "max" is a military dog who fights alongside the marines in afghanistan. when his handler loses his life he becomes traumatized and is sent back to the u.s. where he meets the family of the handler he lost. >> remember me? sure you want to do this?
>> yeah. >> okay. slowly. no sudden moves. sit. good. >> good boy. >> okay. sergeant. we'll be taking him home. >> there you have it. max is adopted by the handler's grieving family. and they help each other heal. the tribune service calls it a touching if somewhat clunky crowd employeeser and the note of says the bel who play max outacts the humans. >> i'll pass on that one. >> i saw inside out last weekend. it was very good. >> magic mike. >> that's the in us this half hour. remember to follow us on facebook. >> wnnfans.com.
this morning on "world news now," landmark decision. the supreme court delivers an obamacare victory to the white house. the impact of that decision and what's next today from the justices. >> paying respects to the victims of the charleston church massacre. the high profile eulogy today as investigators look into the fires at two southern churches. >> these buildings can't be repaired. you know? and so it's an opportunity for hearts to be repaired, as well. >> were african-american congregations targeted? >> driving anger. protests turned ugly as cab drivers take aim against uber. the confrontations the traffic mess and an american star stuck in the middle of it. >> later the stars are back. the stars of the "magic mike" sequel talk about their bodies friendship and what brought them together for another movie on this friday, june 26th. captions paid for by abc, inc.
>> from abc news this is "world news now." >> we say good morning to everybody on a friday. >> uh-huh. >> i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. this was sort of the moment that the obama administration was waiting for. many ways vindication. we begin with the landmark decision health care coverage will continue for millions of americans now that the supreme court has upheld a major portion of obamacare. >> republican presidential candidates say the battle is far from over. jeb bush tweeting we need to repeal and replace obamacare. here's abc's terry moran. >> out they came dashing across the supreme court plaza the running of the interns. brushing up to reporters, us too, with the answer to that crucial question would obamacare survive. it did. in a stunning 6-3 decision the court saved the lynchpin of the president's health care law, those federal subsidies that already help 6.4 million
americans in 34 states purchase health insurance. >> chief justice john roberts hots saved obamacare once before back in 2012 did it again today rejecting conservatives' arguments that those federal subsidies should not be provided to people who live in states that have refused to set up their own obamacare health insurance exchanges but the chief justice declared that made no sense given the purpose of the law. congress passed the affordable health care act to improve health care markets, not to destroy them. roberts wrote courts should follow what congress intended when they wrote the law. in a democracy, he wrote, the power to make the law rests with those chosen by the people. our role is more confined. justice antonin scalia furious and blasting his colleague who's keep saving this law. we should start calling this law skoe tut care her. >>ed. he add the truth that the supreme court of the united states favors some laws over
others. at the white house the president in the rose garden relieved, declaring his signature accomplishment is here to stay. >> this is health care in america. what we're not going to do is unravel what is now been woven into the fabric of america. >> this is another precedent, another brick in the legal wall enshrining obamacare in american law and in americans' lives. terry moran, abc news. >> scotus care wow, that's justice scalia. >> he came out swinging with that dissent coming from the bench which is rare for them to do. >> like he's going to start a rap song or something. there are still five major court decisions expected to be made public. >> yeah today or monday including same-sex marriage, jim ober ga fell is waiting for the ruling on that case. he sued the state of ohio for refusing to recognize his legal marriage in maryland. that's a case that's eventually made it to the supreme court.
ober ga fell's husband died a few months after that ceremony. >> we wanted our marriage our lawful marriage and our 20 year relationship to exist. >> the court has also expected to issue decisions on congressional redistricting and a drug as well as drug used in executions gun laws and epa regulation. >> breaking overnight a deadly plane crash in alaska. nine people killed during a shore excursion. the sight seeing float plane apparently slammed into a granite cliff near the city of ketchikan. about 800 miles from anchorage. the plane was carrying a pilot and eight passengers from holland america's wes ter dam. the cruise ship had departed on saturday on a seven-day trip fra from seattle. investigators say bad weather is preventing the recovery of bodies and not speculating on the cause of the crash. >> a jetblue airline passenger found with a suitcase full of guns and ammo arrested at the
orlando airport. authorities say the suspect was trying to board a flight to puerto rico. an agent spotted the suitcase as it went through an extrasystem. they were hidden in amplifiers with their insides removed. >> turning to charleston where mourners gather today to pay final respects to the pastor of oo manual ame church. nine days after he was gunned down in a racially motivated attack along with eight others. jim ryan is there. >> our calling is not just within the walls of the congressgation. >> a son of the south carolina low country remembered. on thursday hundreds deskeended upon the st. john ame journal in rich lond carolinaable to pay respects to the reverend clementa pinckney. he was raised in this community and began preaching at the age of 13 and ordained a pastor at 18. five years later elected to the south carolina house of
representatives, the youngest african-american to hold the honor. at 27 the state senate. >> he was always there to help those that were in need. because he cared about the people. >> the reverend's body was the then transported for another viewing at emanuel ame church. this as two more victims were laid to rest. the funerals come amid more church chaos. a predominantly black church in macon was set on fire tuesday and another in charlotte, south carolina. investigators believe both were intentionally set. one pastor says he's ready to forgive. >> these buildings can be repaired. so it's an opportunity for hearts to be repaired, as well. >> meanwhile president obama will be in charleston friday along with the first lady and vice president joe biden delivering the u oolg at state senator's pinckney's funeral. >> a new york prison guard charged in connection with the escape of two killers admitted providing this em with tools,
paint, frozen hamburger and access to a catwalk electrical box. gene palmer says he had no idea the two men were planning to escape. investigators believe he accepted gifts including paintings in exchange for favors. the inmates have been missing for almost three weeks now. >> it's been a rough week of storms across account country and the extreme weather on the move a large storm system that slammed in the middle of the nation now setting its sights on the northeast in the west scorching heat wave is not helping firefighters. ginger zee with the details. >> been lightning and raining for hours and hours now. >> hours of heavy rain flooding streets, forcing water rescues just west of des moines. parts of iowa getting more than seven inches overnight. ominous thunderstorms blasting through with winds gusting to 80 miles per hour. in colorado a water fall of hail and flash flooding. >> he is done. oh my god.
>> all that rain filling city streets in denver. and just east in aurora. >> coming through here it looked like a tornado just went right down the street or something. >> it did. an ef-1 tornado, winds up to 90 miles per hour with all that severe weather, dangerous lightning. 11 people struck in the past 24 hours in colorado alone. meanwhile in the west 42 large wildfires burning in six states. five just in california. the largest the lake fire in the san bernardino national forest growing to more than 23,000 acres. >> the conditions for those wide fires not improving. the heat will now stretch all the way up to seattle washington an excessive heat watch as we go through the weekend and they bake into the 100s for spokane and portland oregon. that heat not going anywhere. look at the six to ten day outlook. in the east below average. ginger zee, abc news new york. >> it's going to be hot.
>> very hot. oldest man in the state of kansas and one of the oldest in the world says he keeps up with the news. so to bill caldwell and kansas a slightly belated happy birthday. >> he turned 107 years old yesterday. he celebrated at the retirement community w lives. >> bill played golf from the time he was about 10 till about three years ago. he has two sons. they are 78 and 74. his advice for living a long life don't smoke, don't drink and get plenty of sleep. he clearly did not work the overnightshift. >> the oldest person on earth was a woman in brooklyn 115 years young. she turns 116 next month in july. >> i hope she gets a good birthday cake. >> she's earned. >> coming up in the mix," how to make a big mac even more fattening if that's possible. it's not something you will find on the golden arches menu. >> also ahead, driver versus
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>> the environmental investigators insist the drinking water is safe in north andover, massachusetts even though a garbage truck crashed into a lake serving as the up to's main water supply. fire crews managed to contain a small spill of high drol lick fluid. the driver was injured. not seriously though. investigators still don't know the how he lost control of his truck. >> well, an industrial camera containing radio active material that was lost along a louisiana highway has been found. crews on the ground and in the air searches for hours after it fell off a commercial truck along interstate 10. they found it in a ditch. the camera was not damaged or leaking but as a precaution it is being disposed. >> paris cab drivers are promising a second day of protests today. uber the popular and-based ride service is the not subject to all the regulations and taxes that regular taxi drivers are. >> and some of their anger turned into violence and trapped some high profile travelers.
abc's bob woodruff has more. >> fires raging cars flipped. passengers in paris turned refugees on the road. protests over the controversial taxi app uber turned ugly across france as thousands of taxi drivers took to the streets. caught in the crossfire, musician courtney love tweeting her uber was attacked showing an aapparently egged window. they've ambushed our car and holding our driver hostage. this is france? i'm safer in baghdad, she wrote. uber rides like these are exploding in popularity around the world largely because they're cheaper. in paris, they're as much as 50% less than traditional cabs. those low rates undercut business for traditional taxi drivers and the backlash has been vocal and many major cities throughout europe and united states. but in a concession to the protesters paris officials announced a ban on at least one type of uber service. bob woodruff abc news london. >> i tell you when i was
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>> it is hard every time. you go what am i doing. >> whatever he's doing, it's working. and it's on full display in "magic mike xxl," the follow-up ha gives us another peek into the secret lives of male strippers. back are joe man jen nella, matt bomer, adam rodriguez and kevin nash. these thin characters into the first movie and i think these amazing actors came in with unbelievably flushed out characters and then we all fell in love in a way and just enjoyed being together. >> that camaraderie is why they all came back for the sequel. >> at funny as this world is at its core it's about these friends and brotherhood and family into it doesn't hurt the first film was a surprise monster hit. the new film picks up three years later whennet they reunite for one last blowout performance at a stripper convention. to get g-string ready, they dove
back into the now well publicized extreme diet and workout regimen, no dairy, gluten or alcohol. just a ton of lean protein. also stripping to his skivvies my klieg colleague michael strahan inspired by channing's own experience as an exotic dancer in the late '90s. his career exploded earning critical raves last year for playing wrestler mark schultz notice oscar nominated fox catcher. >> i want to be the best in the world. >> as the guys road tripped to that stripper convention they detour to a brothel owned by jada pinkett smith's character. >> are you ready. >> are we objectingfying you men. >> you talk about on thetifying something, you're just seeing that person as an object. that's not happening in this movie. there's a beautiful exchange and reciprocity between these men and the women they're coming to entertain. >> i understand that both you and channing developed a crush on matt during the movie.
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this morning on "world news now," white house victory. delivered by the supreme court. the decision on obamacare. the political bombshell, and the next big ruling expected as soon as today. >> california crisis. wide fires forcing more people from their homes. the firefighters battle with the extreme heat. the drought and something ted. >> he's fired. the tv network dumping donald trump and his beauty pageant because of his controversial remarks. the fighting words. >> and she's pregnant. sarah palin's daughter bristol, the former spokeswoman for an abstinence group is expecting her second child. her big announcement in "the skinny" on this friday, june 26. captions paid for by abc, inc. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> a good soap opera, the whole bristol palin. >> because the wedding was on, then it was off. >> it was on, it was off. who is the baby daddy.
>> lots of buzz about that one, huh? we're going to get to that one in just a bit. but the big buzz today was the supreme court. the white house had been waiting for this for sometime. we'll kick it off with the reaction to the landmark supreme court ruling to uphold obamacare. >> republican mike huckabee called the decision an out-of-control act of judicial tyranny and presidential candidate ted cruz promises to repeal every word of obamacare. here's abc's stephanie ramos. >> aca is here to stay. >> from the white house to the supreme court, another big victory for president obama's health care law. >> this is health care in america. what we're not going to do is unravel what has now been woven into the fabric of america. >> the supreme court for the second time upheld a major part of the affordable care act. >> today is a victory for hard working americans all across this country whose lives will continue to become more secure in a changing economy because of this law. >> the court ruling by 6-3
majority to uphold the federal tax sid iz that enable millions to have health insurance. chief justice roberts joined by anthony kennedy and four more liberal justices ruled that courts should follow what congress clearly intended. in a democracy the power to make the law rests with those chosen by the people. our role is more confined. justice antonin scalia blasting his colleagues who keep saving this law said we should start calling the law scotus care. >> if the partisan challenge had succeeded, millions of americans would have had thousands of dollars worth of tax credits taken from them and many would have become uninsured again. >> house speaker boehner also said republican leaders have not decided whether to use budget rules to try and repeal the law. on friday, the supreme court is likely to make another decision whether or not same-sex couples have the right to marry. reporting in washington, stephanie ramos, abc news.
>> breaking overnight from alaska, nine people killed in a plane crash on a rocky cliff. sight seeing plane found near the city of ketchikan about 800 miles southeast of anchorage. it went down during a shore excursion with a pilot and eight kroous cruise ship passengers on board. the victims were guests on a holland america ship that departed from seattle on saturday. crews had a tough time getting to the site. and stormy weather forced them to stop recovery efforts. no word yet on what caused the crash. >> the pastor of charleston's emanuel ame church brutally murdered last week will be laid to rest today. mourners lined up last night to pay respects to state senator and reverend clementa pinckney. president obama delivering his eulogy later this morning. the first funerals were held yesterday for two other massacre victims, ethel lance and sharonda singleton. >> investigators are looking into two church fires in the south, both labeled as arson.
one church was badly burned in macon, georgia on tuesday and a dap activity church in charlotte, north carolina went up in flames wednesday. both churches have predominantly black congregations. officials say there's no evidence the fires were hate crimes. >> firefighters are working in difficult conditions battling several wildfires across california. the largest the so-called lake fire you're seeing right here live pictures has burned 40 square miles in the san bernardino mountains. aircraft being used to fight the fire were grounded for a time. you can see right here in the live images, they're still blazing because someone apparently was flying a drone in the area. that person was detained last night. two the small communities were ordered to evacuate yesterday. voluntary evacuations took place else. >> they said it's about three miles from us. we're definitely packing all the animals that we have, our valuables, pictures. >> the fire conditions are what we consider right now explosive. >> a fire burning north of l.a.
was beaten back by crews using bulldozers and aircraft. about 1,000 people who evacuated were allowed to return home in alaska. officials say aro9509 square miles have burned in nearly 300 fires. >> flash floods are the problem in several areas of the midwest following a round of severe storms. the water came up fast at this apartment complex near des moines, iowa. tenants were given ten minutes to get out. plenty of roads across that area remain underwater. that storm system is now heading toward the northeast. details from accuweather's justin pavek. >> reena and kendis, thanks and good morning. a very actick next 48 to 72 hours over much of the northeast as low pressure takes shape over the ohio valley. it's going to pull north very, very moist air. we're concerned about heavy rain over several states from eastern ohio all the way into southern maine, friday night in the west, saturday much of pa new york state and later on saturday
night into sunday into north new england. also the concern about the potential for severe weather from new york city to d.c. isolated tornadoes and damaging winds the biggest concerns. an odd heat wave on the way for the northwest into saturday afternoon, as well. reena and kendis, back to you. >> thank you, justin. >> a new prison guard charged in connection with the escape of two killers admitted providing them with tools, paint, even frozen hamburgers and access to a catwalk electric box. gene palmer says he had no idea the two were planning to escape. investigators believe he accepted gifts including these paintings in exchange for his favors. the inmates have been missing for almost three weeks. >> new questions this morning about hillary clinton's e-mails while she was secretary of state. the state department says clinton failed to turn over 15 messages related to the security situation in libya. that's despite clinton's claims that she had submitted all her public e-mails. the e-mails all came before the assault on the u.s. diplomatic facility which killed four people including the u.s.
ambassador. >> republican party sources say new jersey governor chris christie will formally announce his presidential bid on tuesday. in a radio interview last night, christie insisted he has not yet made a final decision. he is set to travel to new hampshire later on tuesday. how can you deny this? where he's apparently going to host a town hall meeting. come on, kendis. >> speaking of somebody still in the race, there's morse fallout over univision's decision to dump donald trump's miss usa pageant. the spanish language channel was outraged after what it calls insulting insultingra, about mexicans made by trump who is part owner of the pageant. now the shows co-hosts are quitting. tom llamas with the details. >> television network univision telling donald trump you're fired. the spanish language broadcaster cutting ties with trump announcing they won't be running the july 12th miss usa telecast because of comments he made
about mexican immigrants. >> they bring in drugs, they bring in crime. they're rapists and some i assume are good people. >> he made the comments during his presidential campaign announcement. he told abc news chief anchor george steven op lus, mexico should build a wall on the border. >> mexico, you say we're going to build a war and have mexico pay for it. how are you going to do that? >> mexico is ripping us more than any other country. >> the decision comes after major latino celebrities slapped -- slammed trump, ricky martin tweeting in spanish, the republican candidate has hate and ignorance in his heart trump claims univision apologized to him this morning but univision called his comments insulting to mexican immigrants. >> do you regret those comments? >> not at all. i said it about people from all over. >> trump sayshe deal with univision is worth about $15 million. he says he's going to sue thor that money and possibly even
more alleging slander. tom llamas, abc news, new york. >> you know trump may be one of t.j. holmes favorite candidates out there. >> because it's a gift that keeps giving >> yes, for that very reason. >> some are good people. >> being a sports fan, i know of some big stars who -- yeah they've worn the number 23 jersey. i can name them off the top of my head, michael jordan, lebron james, david beckham. >> top of your head or from the prompter? >> here's the new number 23, he seriously, that's what the folks at the aquarium in chicago are calling their new rock hopper penguin chick. it hatched back on june 9th. we say it because they don't know the if number 23 is male or female. >> and won't know for about a year. number 23 will be full grown in two or three months. he or she will be given a name sometime in the future. and mom and dad, their names are angie and edward. we obviously know their sex.
they are all among more than 30 rock hopper penguins living at the aquarium in chicago. >> my bet is for jordan. >> i would say becks for beckham. >> let's call him jordan lebron beckham. >> still name him derrick rose. we want him to have a healthy long life. >> oh. >> too soon? it's true. >> coming up in "the skinny," counting michael jackson's money and catching up with his kids six years after his passing. >> also head separate agfact from fiction when it comes to food high in fat and those that are not. what doctors are saying now about your diet. >> and the bouncing baby boy born with an abnormality, what his parents and doctors did to solve the life-threatening medical mystery. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" weather brought to you by pampers. "world news now" weather brought to you by the -- out any hesitation without any doubt from the very beginning
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nutrition experts are rethinking federal diet guidelines saying the government should change restrictions on fat consumption because it's not about how much fat we eat but what types, and in fact, the latest word is that some fats protect us from cardiovascular disease and other problems. the experts also point out many low fat foods contain extra sugar. >> california could soon require that nearly all public school children be vaccinated. the state assembly passed the tough measure yesterday that ends exemp religion or personal beliefs. the bill now goes to the state senate for minor revisions. the governor plans to sign it. doctors are applauding this, but opponents are threatening legal action. very controversial issue for a lot of parents. >> it is, absolutely next a medical mystery, one texas couple thought the unusual
shape of their newborn baby's head was, well, just unusual. >> but their pediatrician knew it might be unusually dangerous. that probably saved the baby's life. abc's paula faris has the story. >> this bouncing baby boy lucky to be alive after what was found to be an unusual shaped head. turned out to be something much more serious. >> we always noticed his head was a little bit of an abnormal shape. it was very different from his sisters but we didn't think anything of it. >> it was nearly nine months ago matthew's doctors discovered he had a rare disorder called sagittal synostosis where the skull bones fuse together limiting the brain's growth affecting one out of every 2,000 live births. >> i was shocked. my stomach dropped out and i felt shocked. >> since his brain had no space to develop, doctors had to perform surgery on him at just ten weeks old. >> his pediatrician caught this early at the well baby check at the two-month mark.
we needed to cut out the fused bone that was on the top of his head. >> that surgery was a success. for four months, matthew wore this helmet 24 hours a day to aid in his recovery. >> doctors saying catching the condition early was also crucial. >> there are different things we look for which is a misshapen skull, long skinny head with a wide prominent forehead. >> and despite his surgery, his relieved parents say it took him only three days to get back to his bubbly self. >> paula faris, abc news, new york. >> happy baby boy there. >> and he was laughing and smiling throughout the whole process. so good news there. when we come back, it's "skinny" time. the big news, bristol palin revealed to her twitter followers. >> why michael jackson's children are doing very well. "the skinny" up next. >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
baby's father and for a while became a spokesperson for a sexual abstinence group. >> this year an engagement to ex-marine dakota meyer followed by a breakup a week before their may wedding. bristol writing on a blog post i know this will be a huge disappointment to my family, close friends and to many of you. and she asked for privacy for her and her son tripp but didn't reveal who the new baby's father might be. >> so it's an episode of maury still to come. we'll find out. scandalous. former "saved by the bell" star dustin diamond wasn't saved from jailtime. the actor who played screech in the '90s hit show has been in hot water since stabbing a man during a christmas day bar brawl near milwaukee. in may he was cleared of felony charges but convicted of two misdemeanors. >> yesterday, diamond received his sentence. the judge ordered him to spend the next four months in the wisconsin jail followed by 15 months on probation. at trial the witnesses agreed it
was his girlfriend that started the fight. >> hard to believe how long it's been since michael jackson died. died six years ago yesterday. and he was on the verge of bankruptcy at that time, but his estate has surged ever since. ♪ keeping you satisfied but you're the one for me ♪ ♪ the way you make me feel ♪ >> sing it, kendis. >> in the past six years, his estate has grossed $2 billion. according to tmz. that's from the movie "this is it," a cirque du solei show, the say of 50myon albums and other ventures. >> michael will be so happy to know his children will be well taken care of. each has a trust fund that will distribute millions to them as they get older. but i still believe "billie jean was his best song. >> the way you make me feel was pretty good. >> it was pretty good. >> dirty diana.
>> big announcement from taylor swift about her new album "19289." ♪ it's so sad to think about the good times you and i ♪ ♪ because baby now we got bad blood ♪ >> the news there is no more bad blood between swift and apple music. her album will be available on apple when the new streaming service launches next week. >> it's a victory for swift after she shamed apple into paying musicians is royalties. during the free trial period users can sign up. forbes magazine named her and her new boyfriend calvin harris the highest paid celebrity couple. together they earned $146 million from their music and endorsement and bumped beyonce and jay-z into second place with $110 million. >> how is that possible? they're making a lot of bucks. powecouple. our friday rewind is coming up. it's been a week that could make your head spin. hat could make your head spin. n't have to leave my desk and get up and go to the post office anymore. [ male announcer ] with stamps.com
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finally this half hour, our friday rewind. this week finished big with that historic supreme court ruling on health care. >> but along the way, there was also the aftermath of the charleston church killings tornadoes, domestic terrorism, and revelations about the playboy mansion. >> this is health care in america. what we're not going to do is unravel what has now been woven into the fabric of america. >> bring your burdens to the lord and leave them there. whether you're praying for yourself or the nine families. >> take it down. >> colored bathrooms, separate and unequal, hostile treatment of people, lynching, murdering of people, raping women and children, that's what it stands for. >> it represents history to me. it represents my ancestors. >> it's not just a matter of it not being polite to say [ expletive ] in public.
that's not the measure of whether racism still exists or not. >> we have developed evidence that the suspects may have spent time in a cabin in this area. >> intense, nerve-racking. we're up all night. we have the guns already in the house. >> there it is, a tornado right in front of us. >> all of a sudden this huge whoosh of wind pushed me back. i was like, oh, my gosh, it's here. >> the extreme heat and working conditions are making it difficult for us. >> a sincere apology would have been nice. a simple believable apology would have been great and there was nothing simple about what he said and there was nothing sin series. >> i don't know if it's isis or what, but i come home and he's destroying buddhas and figurines and burning stuff in the house. >> this is your son? >> yeah. >> the most powerful man in all of sports roger goodell versus the most popular player in all of football, tom brady. it's those twos men squaring off
with their credibility being called into question and their credibility on the line. >> were all three of you sleeping with him? >> yeah, i mean, i don't really like to out the other girls or anything but he definitely didn't have any girlfriends he wasn't sleeping with. >> the nation wanted to know that. >> they've learned now. it's all in the book and put out there. quite an eventful week and quite an eventful day ahead, of course with the supreme court getting our attention and, of course what's happening in charleston the president traveling down there >> to deliver a speech. i'm also looking forward to 7:30 eastern tonight, the ladies of world cup soccer. team usa versus china. >> big match-up. >> they're going to kill it. i feel it. >> this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, deadly plane crash. nine people killed in alaska while on a cruise ship excursion. the latest details ahead. more decisions after tackling obamacare, the supreme court set to make another landmark ruling this time on same-sex marriage. what their decision would mean. frightening moments on stage as an illusionist struggles during a rehearsal nearly drowning but was it a struggle or just a stunt. amazon rolling out its daily deals driving around neighborhoods just like the ice cream man. the mobile bargains available for the first time this weekend. happy friday to you all. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gi