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good morning, america. breaking overnight. deadly flooding. water rising in an instant. a great-grandmother and four children swept away. landslides, crumbled roads, and jazz fest with stevie wonder a flooded mess. when will this dangerous weather end? make or break. the indiana primary. the crucial test. will donald trump seal the deal? or can ted cruz keep his campaign alive? his latest strategy. what's at stake in tuesday's pivotal contest. amazing survival story. an american mother and daughter lost in the wilderness down under. >> i, you know, was scared to death. >> no food. temperatures dropping. using all their energy in a desperate call for help. speakingro
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this morning. how they made it out alive. and comedian in chief. hollywood heavyweights mingle with washington power players for the star-studded white house correspondents' dinner. president obama taking aim at donald trump's foreign policy experience. >> miss sweden. miss argentina. miss azerbaijan. >> we're inside and on the red carpet with all the hysterical highlights. >> hi. hey, good morning. it was president obama's final turn as comedian in chief at the white house correspondents' dinner. and paula, you were right there. >> i gotta say, it was so impressive. what he did playing comic in chief is not easy. he hit it out of the park. he had an epic moment at the end. his final correspondents' dinner. he literally dropped the mike and said, obama, out. >> it's actually a tough room.
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he got a standing ovation. >> he got a bigger ovation than the actual comedian who followed him. >> the highlights coming up. we start with a perilous situation in parts of the gulf coast. >> after a week of heavy rains, we saw dangerous and deadly flash flooding overnight. a great-grandmother and four children washed away. the threat is not over. we want you to look at the map this morning. watches and warnings up throughout the area. lauren lyster is in lindale, texas. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. here in eastern texas, outside dallas, people are recovering from a tornado that ripped through here, gutting what used to be a store where i'm standing. more tragic, deadly floods killing half a dozen people just miles from here. overnight, torrential downpours and flash flooding pounding the gulf coast. streets becoming rivers in new orleans. in the storm's wake. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: this road in texas literally getting swept away. nearby, tragedy striking this
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community. >> possible missing family. >> we found two so far. >> glenda and her four great-grandchildren, all under the age of 10, unable to escape the floodwaters. >> she was trying to swim. she had four kids. it's hard to do it by herself. >> reporter: inside their home, debris showing just how high the water reached. the severe weather has dumped at least eight inches of rain in parts of texas. not sparing this bar in palestine. customers wading through knee-deep water. and ferocious winds in georgia, sending this tree through a house, splitting it nearly in half. in western arkansas, this mountain finally giving way. >> has this entire lane blocked. >> reporter: causing a landslide. back in the big easy, heavy rains made for a muddy and dirty combination at new orleans jazz fest. not dampening some spirits. enough to cancel a performance by stevie wonder. wonder took the stage arks pol
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jazzing to his water-logged fans. and back here in texas, i'm in what remains of a sporting goods store. the wall blown off by that tornado. brand-new shoes scattered everywhere among the rubble. and dan, a community now having to rebuild. >> it's a mess. as we said, it's not over. lauren, thank you. we move to politics. and two days before a pivotal primary in indiana. donald trump is hoping to wrap up the nomination. ted cruz is is making a big push, hoping to play spoiler. devin dwyer is on the ground. devin, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, good morning, dan. indiana hasn't been this politically important in decades. and for the underdogs on both sides, ted cruz and bernie sanders, tuesday's primary is make or break. >> that is delicious. >> a lot of tlc in there, let me tell you. >> reporter: it's the final sprint in indiana. the last ditch attempt to slow down donald trump. >> clear and simple contrast. that's what this election is about. >> reporter: this morning, ted cruz's campaign tying trump to clinton in two
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>> donald trump and hillary clinton are two sides of the same coin. >> reporter: as superpacs backing cruz unleashed more than $2 million in anti-trump attacks. >> nice to meet you, ma'am. >> reporter: barnstorming indiana, cruz's wife, heidi, and new running mate, carly fiorina. >> the only way to get to the nomination is 1237 delegates. and close isn't a touchdown. >> reporter: trump's won nearly 1,000 delegates so far. in tuesday's race, it's key with 57 delegates up for grabs in the hoosier state. with winner take most contest. >> next tuesday, in indiana, where i'm going now. it's going to be a biggie. they want to see something that is going to be -- they want to see victory. >> reporter: after the stop trump activists blocked his path in california, trump is striking back. on twitter, calling them thugs and criminals, saying they should be dealt with strongly by police. and hillary clinton
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today, as well. mrs. clinton is ahead in the polls here. she holds a huge lead in the delegate race. after tuesday's primary, it will be mathematically impossible for sanders to win with pledged delegates. >> that's why indiana, the hoosier state is so pivotall right now. devin, thank you. hollywood stars and political wonks collided at the annual white house correspondents' dinner. lovingly called the nerd prom. this was the president's final chance to play stand-up comic in chief. nick watt has the very best of the night. nick, there was a whole lot of material to work with. it was a wonderful evening. >> reporter: it was. you were here last night rubbing shoulders with the movie stars, the media, and the leaders of the free world. it was a bizarre and brilliant night of roasting and remembrance. president obama's final turn at the corespondents' dinner. from will and jada to carrie fisher and gary the dog.
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>> a little bit of hollywood meets d.c., and there's going to be jokes flying. >> if you didn't know the action, i wouldn't let you do it. >> it's a bit crazy, no? >> reporter: it is a bit crazy. donald trump not here. two of his boys showed. you're putting your head in the lion's mouth. >> you know what, i don't know that we have ever shied away from a challenge. >> i'm sure we're going to be made fun of tonight. >> uh, yeah. >> is this dinner too tacky for the donald? what could he possibly be doing instead? is he at home eating a trump steak? tweeting out insults to angela merkel. >> your hair is so white it tried to punch me at a trump rally. >> he's spent years meeting with leaders from around the world. miss sweden. miss argentina. miss azerbaijan. >> reporter: hillary was not spared. >> hillary trying to appeal to young voters is a little bit like your relative who just signed up for facebook.
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dear america. did you get my poke? i'm not sure i'm using this right. love, aunt hillary. [ laughter ] >> reporter: only one candidate showed. >> he usually goes to the white house correspondents' early bird dinner. >> you look like a million bucks. or to put it in terms you'll understand, you look like 27,000 donations of $27 each. >> reporter: this, president obama's eighth and final correspondents' dinner. >> eight years ago, i said it was time to change the tone of our politics. in hindsight, i clearly should have been more specific. >> reporter: and some traditional self-deprecation. >> prince george showed up to our meeting in his bathrobe. [ laughter ] that was a slap in the face. with that, i just have two more words to say. obama, out.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: now, this morning, larry wilmore is getting mixed reviews. he landed some good shots. he landed some cheap shots. but, you know, he came on second. and president obama, as a standup comedian, is a very hard act to follow. paula? >> it certainly is. i gotta tell you, sitting in that room, he has impressive comedic timing. i think he might have a future in this whole comedy act. >> he has to figure out what to do next. he certainly, he definitely -- you could see it on the video. he has great timing. >> excellent. the whole dropping the mike moment. i actually was there with the ladies of "the view." >> there you are. looking great in your blue dress. >> whoopi did show up. she was not photographed here. we sat at the table together. i got a little star-struck. that's candy carter, our ep at "the view." and madeleine albright, secretary of state.
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tony goldwyn, fitz, from "scandal." cecilia vega was there. it was star-star studded. we geeked out. candace cameron-bure, and her husband, val. >> great pictures. you know who else was at the dinner last night? >> who? >> martha raddatz. she joins us from washington. hey, martha. >> hey. >> what was the view from your perch? just a few feet from the president? how was that? >> what you really look for, me, anyway, is the reaction of those that are the butt of some of those jokes. a couple of members of the trump family, his sons, laughed at the jokes, bernie sanders, hillary clinton's staff laughed. of course, obama didn't aim quite as many jokes at hillary clinton. and some of the republican establishment were taking it all in stride. it just shows you, dan and paula, on at least one night a year, everyone comes together. it was a fun night. now back to work. >> wraeing back to work. you have to
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boys, too. they knew what they were going to face when they walked into the room. we want to talk about indiana. the crucial hoosier state. who is likely to win? what does it mean for the shape of the race? we heard devin. >> we did hear devin. >> what does it mean? >> it is such a tight race and so crucial. trump has been leading in most polls heading into tuesday. ted cruz has steadily narrowed that gap. it's hard to overstate how important this race is for cruz. if trump wins, he's on a glide path to the magic delegate number of 1237. if cruz wins in the hoosier state, he'll have the momentum and make a contested convention more likely, dan and paula. >> tuesday night, a big night. and martha, i want to remind our viewers. it's a big morning for you. you're going one on one with ted cruz. coming up on "this week" later this morning right here on abc. thank you, martha. turn to the battle brewing over prince's estate and the bombshell revelation from his sister, who says he did not have a will. that is severely complicating matters.
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and we're going to see its bitter effects this week. because the family is headed to court for the first time this week over his masisive fortune. eva pilgrim has his story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, paula. it's peaceful here this morning. but in less than 24 hours, a potential fight is heating up over prince's estate, with an estimated $300 million on the line, this is shaping up to get complicated. ♪ this morning, new clues about the future of prince's estimated $300 million estate, as the superstar's family heads to court tomorrow. new questions about possible sons or daughters of the music icon who died without a wife or any publicly known children. >> to prove whether you're a love child could be an uphill battle. >> reporter: these two own heir hunters international. company that senchs for possible heirs to estates. their office, overwhelmed with people claiming to be prince's love child. so far, one man's story has piqued their interest. >> he was born i
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his mother crossed paths with prince a couple of times. >> reporter: the heir hunters are still vary fieing key details. prince's sister, seen here greeting fans. >> thank you for loving him, y'all. >> reporter: -- filed court documents acknowledging the superstar has heirs whose identities and addresses need to be determined. in additional to prince's six siblings, heir hunters international says they found a teenage grandniece. >> she'll inherit the amount her grandparent would have been entitled to. >> reporter: abc news has spoken to the teen's grandmother who had no comment at the time about this news. ♪ don't have to be beautiful >> reporter: whoever inherits his estate stands to make a significant profit going forward. ♪ purple rain purple rain >> reporter: his music, back on top of the charts, he's predicted to join the ranks of elvis presley and michael jackson, both who have made
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>> the search isn't over yet. this could be just the beginning. >> reporter: several of prince's siblings expected in court on monday. as they try to move forward settling his estate. if prince had any children, those children would inherit his entire estate. dan and paula? >> meanwhile, we're waiting for the toxicology report. eva, thank you. a lot of other news this morning. let's get to it ron. >> good morning to you, dan and paula. rachel. good morning, everyone. we begin with a state of emergency declared in baghdad, after thousands of anti-government demonstrators break through the green zone, home to parliament and many foreign embassies. inclutding the american embassy. the protesters scaling the walls and knocking over barricades as they storm the parliament building. they're demanding that the prime minister end corruption and eliminate the political system put in place in that country since the u.s.-led invasion in
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have left the parliament building but have set up camp on the grounds outside. new details this morning about the deadly carnival accident in texas that killed one teenager and injured another. when they were tossed from a spinning ride. "the new york daily news" reports that another girl on the same ride complained that her seat belt did not buckle. she's said to have clung to the unfastened belt to keep from being thrown from the ride. she was unarmed. 13 days after the devastating earthquake in ecuador, a survivor trapped in rubble, has been pulled out alive. rescue crews found the man who was trapped since april 16th. he's been treated at a local hospital. the 7.8 magnitude quake killed more than 650 people in the country. an investigation in boston after a deadly crash involving a duck boat, the tour vehicle striking and killing a 29-year-old woman riding a scooter. her passenger also hit. not seriously injured. 30 people on the boat at the time. the cause of the crash is unknown and under investigation. and steph curry may be
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temporarily sidelined with an injury. but the golden state warriors star is hitting the newsstands. featured on the cover of the june issue of "parents" magazine. he reveals his 3-year-old daughter, riley, is the biggest star in the family. >> people recognize her way faster than they do me, or aisha. if we go somewhere and she's not with us, that's the first question they ask. where isrily? >> she absolutely charmed the crowd at the press conference last spring. the charlotte hornets and miami heat face off today in a decisive game seven on abc, at 1:00 p.m. eastern. 10:00 a.m. pacific. that's 3:00 a.m. monday in guam. we have an affiliate in guam, by the way. >> unbelievable. >> game one of the western semis is at 3:30 a.m. that's 5:30 a.m. in guam on monday. >> t
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conversion. we really appreciate that, ron. steph curry could be back this series, maybe not game two but -- >> maybe late if it goes late in the series. you still have to favor the warriors. >> i just favor riley curry. >> yeah. i'll take her every time. you know what i love? when we can bring a little bit of chicago to new york. let's send things over to cheryl scott. from our powerhouse station wls in chicago. great to have you. >> so happy to be here. we're talking about the severe flooding in parts of texas, louisiana. it is not done yet. we're going to take you to the map. we have heavy rain and thunderstorm activity. near new orleans. that's where the flash flood threat exists. through the morning and the afternoon today. take note. this area of low pressure slowly sliding up to the north and east. which means the mid-atlantic, the northeast, parts of new york, it's going to be a wet sunday for us. on top of that, 10 to 15 degrees cooler than yesterday. the big concern, the flooding. flood warnings. flash flood watch in effect for much of southern louisiana.
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anywhere from four to seven-plus inches of rain still. parts of carolina, decent rain for you. now the northeast, unfortunately it's the weekend, anywhere from one to two inches. but that rain is needed. on the flip side. the other side of the country. we're warming up for parts of seattle and portland. upper 70s to low 80s. above average. seasonable for california and nevada.
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>> and another chilly one in chicago today. have to mention. >> but, like what you said yesterday, the cubs are keeping it nice and warm, right? >> chicago cubs. >> white sox are doing well, let's not forget. >> and the weather in guam is great. >> steamy. >> touche. >> i've actually been there. >> have you? >> yes, i have. for abc news. i'll tell you that another time. we have another story. a resourceful mother and daughter at the center of an amazing rescue story. >> it was nothing short of remarkable. they used sticks and stones to spell out "help." this was supposed to be a day-long hike. it turned into a four-day nightmare for mom and daughter. >> i know. so scary. luckily, a happy ending. it happens to college students all the time. you're studying abroad. your parents come for a visit. you want to show them the cool sights. when rachel's mother, caroline came to visit in new zealand, what was noent be a fun-filled day taking in the sights turned into a frightening fight for survival. the words seen from the air
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written in rocks and stones. simply spelled out "help." >> i was scared to death. i thought they wouldn't find us. >> reporter: americans caroline lloyd and her daughter, rachel, lost for four days, after taking what was supposed to be a quick picturesque h picturesque hike in new zealand. >> i took a tumble in the water. hit my head on the rock pretty bad. >> i knew she was -- she was fading at me. it was terrifying. as a mother, it's terrifying. >> reporter: huddled together for warmth with barely any food, rachel, a unc graduate, felt death closing in. >> i was speaking with my mom. i was actually -- i had to go through kind of my dying wishes. which was the hardest thing. watching my mom watch me suffer and die, slowly. >> reporter: that's when mom's survival instincts and heroism kicked in. >> she was incredible. she carried me on her back for a little while when she could. >> reporter: the pair's rental car found abandoned at the park two days after their disappearance. teams dispatched to find the
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>> they stayed together. they'll stay warm. and they've rationed their resources out. >> it's just like a heart-breaking story. quick thinking by both of them. it was the homemade sign by mom, caroline tharkts got the attention of a rescue shopper. they were both taken to the hospital. they were treated for dehydration and exhaustion. >> seems like they're doing well. >> they were rationing peanuts and crackers during this time. it's just an unbelievable story. mom to the rescue. >> nothing a mom won't do for her child. so -- thanks, rachel. coming up on "gma," the mystery behind this nurse's disappearance. the new clues and urgent search to find this 30-year-old mom. and the final curtain call for ringling's circus elephants. how they'll benefit man kind while enjoying retirement in florida. and been piling on the pounds? we have the best way to lose that winter weight and good news, everyone.
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>> this is a breaking news alert. kellye: new pictures and from northeast d.c. where fire is confirming a train has derailed. at least one of the derailed cars is leaking fluid creating a hazardous material situation. we know red line service is suspended between noma gallaudet and brooklyn. we have a crew getting the
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sure to update the story as soon as we find out more. a rainy sunday for you. jacqui jeras. >> i think we will get a break in the midday hours at least by early afternoon. 53 degrees. doppler radar showing we are solid with this. that will last until about lunch. this stretches into the ohio river valley. isolated thundershower possible. temperatures only in the 60's but a nice warm up for tomorrow. another update in 30 minutes.
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and welcome back to "gma." on this sunday, may 1st. deadly weather strikes texas. six people dead. swept away by rushing water. floodwaters reaching the roofs of homes in just a matter of moments. and the clock is ticking. two days until they vote in indiana. will donald trump seal the deal in the republican race? or will ted cruz pull off a much-needed win to stay in? some 700 passengers getting ready to set sail for havana. the first time in more than 50 years an american cruise ship is cuba-bound. regular cruises from miami are expected to leave every other week. big changes. >> big changes for sure. the pachyderms that are packing it in. why ringling brothers is retiring these gentle giants and the people saying it should have happ
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>> it's a long time coming according to animal rights activists. we're first going to start here with the intense search for a missing mom. >> the air force vet disappeared on wednesday in florida and her family worried sick about her. gio benitez has more. on the clues that authorities are working with this morning. hi, gio. >> reporter: hey, paula and dan. there's a desperate search right now. officers, marine units are searching the woods where the young mother liked to walk, using dogs and heat-seeking cameras. this morning, her family is just incredibly concerned. this morning, authorities searching for any sign of what may have happened to this florida mother. after she seemingly vanished. >> who are you? >> i don't know. >> reporter: according to police, 30-year-old tricia todd was last seen late tuesday night when she and her ex-husband brought their sick 2-year-old daughter to the hospital. the next morning, when she was supposed to pick the toddler up from her ex's house, her family said todd was nowhere to be fod.
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she hadn't shown up to get her child by 8:00 p.m. >> she had always bent over backwards for the sake of her little girl. >> reporter: later that night, police found todd's car at a neighbor's house, the keying still in the ignition. her purse inside. but her phone and wallet missing. by thursday, investigators were poring through cell phone records clooki ilooking for clu. >> her disappearance is extremely suspicious. the worst possibility is she's a victim of a crime. >> reporter: according to authorities, the last person to see todd, was her ex-husband, stephen williams, who works for the air force and has returned to north carolina where he's stationed. williams tells abc news he's fully cooperating with the investigation. the sheriff's office says he's not considered a suspect. overnight, her family telling abc news, they will do whatever it takes to bring the young mother home. safe and sound. >> we know she's out there somewhere. and we just want our girl back. >> reporter: all weekend, volunteers have been papering the neighborhood with posters as police took to the woods and the skies to look for the missing mother. >> it's a big area.
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i wouldn't say it's a needle in a haystack, but it's real close. >> reporter: just this weekend, tricia todd didn't show up to work, adding more suspicion after she didn't pick up her daughter. her brother saying, you could put her through a hurricane and she would still pick up that little girl. >> so she dropped her daughter off and basically vanishes. >> and the ex-husband not a suspect? >> not a suspect. let's check the weather now. meteorologist cheryl scott from our chicago station wls in for rob this week end. great to have you. what's cooking? >> we have had a lot of severe flooding in the south. you think about going to las vegas for some sunshine, some good times. look at these pictures. they had heavy rain come down yesterday. this is flooding occurring across parts of las vegas. the main strip, near area casinos. just impressive. all from one to two inches of rain. places likes texas got seven
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the flooding threat continues. let's take you to the map. this is where we do have still winter weather advisories and storm warnings. mainly across parts of new mexico. this is where we could see four to six-plus inches of snow. so something to watch out for there. spring snow. area of low pressure. across the north and east. this is going to bring active weather. scattered showers. and also cooler temperatures. highs only in the low to mid-50s. a little bit warmer down towards washington, d.c. now, the big picture. thankfully, we're going to see a change in the pattern. a ridge of high pressure builds in the middle of the country. this will bring some warmer weather and a break from the rain. temperatures climbing.
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find new roads at your local chevy dealer it is the end of an era. some might say the end of an error for the elephants at the ringling brothers circus. >> their final act is set for today, before they're paraded into retirement. many calling the move way overdue. marci gonzalez is in providence, rhode island, for the final performance. hi, marci. >> reporter: hi, paula and dan. the last shows happening here today and in pennsylvania. we talked to so many families coming to the circus just to see the elephants feeling a little nostalgic and sad. but saying it's time to say good-bye to this past-time. >> ringling brothers and barnum & bailey elephants. >> reporter: for the past 145 year
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giant stars of the greatest show on earth. >> and here come the elephants. >> reporter: under the big top and on the big screen. >> she really is beautiful. >> reporter: but this morning, the last 11 elephants still touring with the ringling brothers and barnum & bailey circus are preparing to walk into the ring one last time. before going into retirement. >> we're not in a mournful state. we'll miss them, as colleagues. because they're the greatest colleagues we have. >> reporter: those elephants the subject of decades of protests. from animal rights groups, raising concerns about the use of bull hooks and quality of life in the circus. >> such a momentous day. it marks the beginning of the end to wild animal acts in circuses and traveling shows. >> reporter: other kinds of animals will remain a part of the show. >> we have to keep up the pressure to ensure that wild animal acts are a thing of the past. >> reporter: but now karen, kelly ann. hi, kelly ann. ve f
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will join the circus' other 29 retired elephants at this 200-acre center for elephant conservation in florida. trading play and pageantry for rest and relaxation. >> they're going to wake up. they're going to have exercise. they're going to snack a lot, i'm sure. >> reporter: once they arrive in florida, they'll be a part of something bigger than them. researchers will work with them to study the gene that keeps elephants from getting cancer to try to find a cure for humans. paula and dan? >> awesome. marci, very cool. how is that for retirement. rest, relaxation, maybe a pedicure? i don't know. is that in their future? who knows? >> ladies and gentlemen, paula didn't get a loft sleep last night. she was at the white house correspondents' dinner. anything she might say from here on in, bake it in. >> it's a victory that it's taken you 40 minutes to issue that disclaimer. >> you've been holding it together very well. >> i
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>> they're just buried. >> we know they exist. we haven't seen them for awhile. you could easily lose up to 20 pounds or more by summer. the good news is, a recent study showed you're five times more likely to achieve weight loss goals long term if you lose weight rapidly at first. >> it's counterintuitive. >> it is counterintuitive. >> from what we've previously been taught. so how do we get started on the fast track? jump right in? >> nix the refined carbs. focus on fats. the good fats. the essential fats. more omega 3 fatty acids. good sources include grass-fed beef. some cuts have more omega 3 fatty acids than salmon. avocados. they're like nature's butter. and dark chocolate. not all of this. but dark chocolate. >> not all in one serving. too big of a serving? >> just make sure it's 70% cacao when you buy it. >> okay. i was going to say, i'm a
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that's the case. what's your next rapid weight loss tip? >> up the protein. up the protein. it's one of the best things you can do. it's like the holy grail of weight loss. here's what's cool about protein. your body expepds 20% to 35% of the protein calories that you're eating just digesting that protein. you're losing weight while you're eating the protein. you don't want too much. you want about a gram for every doctor half a gram for every pound of body weight. so that would be for a 130-pound woman, about 65 grams. >> great advice. plug your ears for the next bit. we're talking about pizza. you have a pizza diet? >> yes. >> not a meat-lovers pizza diet? >> no meat-lovers. the pizza that answers the question, what to do with that empty box? we're going to answer it. coming up. there's nothing quite as magical
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time for "pop news." ron has just put away the avocado he stole from dave zinczenko. nature's butter, ladies and gentlemen. so, what's popping? >> more food to come. if you can just hold tight, r.c. first up, beyonce is a woman of mystery. she's just adding to it this morning. she revealed her visual album, "lemonade" last weekend. which was amazing. then she kicked off her formation world tour in miami on wednesday. continued in tampa on friday. now comes word she's canceled her performance in nashville on thursday. no word why the sudden changes. a new date will be announced soon. ticket holders should keep their tickets. her shows tonight in atlanta and tuesday in raleigh are going on as scheduled. >> i thought you said we had food? >> would you wait. >> hang with me. for a second. just a
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moment. music's biggest event for families is happening overnight. the stars taking over the red carpet at the radio disney music awards in los angeles. fans were able to stream the arrivals live. in a state-of-the-art, 360-degree virtual reality experience. pretty cool. on stage, performers brought the house down with their amazing energy and sounds. gwen stefani was honored for the hero award. which was presented to her by pharrell for the positive impact she has on fans. >> let's just get this straight right here. this is my hero. one of my biggest heroes is this guy giving me the award. i can't believe this is happening. i love you so much. >> and she always has the coolest of cool fashions to boot. other big winners of the night included fifth harmony. taylor swift. justin bieber. selena gomez. the awards show will be broadcast tonight at 7:00 p.m. on the disney channel. a fun one to check
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>> it's like -- paula hasn't slept and ron slept too much. >> exactly. >> i'm hungry. i guess it's not the food. >> the more you ask, the longer it takes. >> you're right. well, kate middleton has gone from duchess to cover girl. check out these photos. they're so beautiful. on the cover of the june edition of "british vogue." marking the magazine's 100th anniversary. she's looking so relaxed and dressed down and country chic. it was shot at the family home. and mother like daughter. kensington palace, look at these. >> i can't even. so cute. >> how adorable is this little one? new images of princess charlotte, taken by kate who is an accomplished photographer. >> great pictures. >> just cannot get any cuter. remember last weekend, we had the little guy in his little red slippers. her son. >> and the bathr
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ascot with it. okay, guys. now, the moment you've been waiting for. can you smell it? a pizzeria in brooklyn, new york, may have solved a tricky problem of what to do with the cumbersome pizza box. the answer? just eat it. vinny's pizzeria in brooklyn calm up with the idea. the owner said he came up with it because he said he was bothered to see people get their pizzas to go. that's the box. >> it's made out of a garlic bread. >> eat it, come on, ron. >> it's cold. >> sit down at a table in the restaurant, eat it, and then just throw the box away. >> and here's the bottom of the box. >> exactly. and that's made of, like -- it's like a sicilian pizza. it's superdoughy on the bottom. the inside is a typical pizza. the expeer tier yor shell is -- >> if you get this for delivery, they do actually bring it in a box? >> here's the thing. that's what he said. it was all in god fun. then he thought, oh, how are we going to deliver it? you have to touch it. he's working on that.
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he thinks he's going to wrap it in foil. each pizza box pizza costs 40 bucks. >> thank you, rachel. thank you, cheryl. "this week" is coming up on abc. keep it here. >> enjoy. coming up on abc. keep it here. >> enjoy. >> this is a breaking news alert. kellye: new pictures from northeast d.c. where d.c. fire is confirming a cfx train has derailed. fluid the cars is leaking . we know the red line service is suspended between noma gallaudet and brooke land. we have a crew on scene getting more information and we will up eigh
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of that information. a rainy sunday for you. we will have more of that in a moment. in northeast police investigating a triple shooting. the three victims were all shot on the 600 block of edgewood street northeast. just before 1:30 this morning areas one of the victims to be a juvenile. all three were taken to area hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries. police to not have any information about a suspect. jacqui: we got steady rain and cool temperatures this morning. sunday looking at temperatures in the 50's. the rain steady and has been for the last several hours and will continue to be fairly steady for at least lunchtime today. the larger view showing spotty showers to the ohio river valley. temperatures cool today in the 60's at best. tonight we will see patchy fog. isolated thunderstorm possible this evening area
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our best chance for seeing warmer temperatures and sunshine getting up to around 79 degrees. tomorrow's warm-up will be limited as we cool down into the 60's by tuesday. an unsettled weather pattern of the their rest work week and into the weekend. make sure you get out and enjoy your monday. that is the latest forecast. a full newscast starting at 10:00 a.m.
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tharting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. trump unstoppable? >> we're going win so strong. >> back up, now! >> unfazed by protests. >> i felt like i was crossing the border, actually. >> the billionaire front-runner closes in on the gop nomination? will it be trump versus clinton? >> the only thing she's got going is the women's card. >> and did donald just give hillary a winning happened? >> then deal me in! plus, could a president trump negotiate a safer world? former defense secretary robert gates weighs in. and -- >> obama out. >>


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