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running against donald trump gave her any pause, she wouldn't let get the question out, not one bit. she said bring it on. cecilia vega, abc news, new york. >> one final political note, don't expect to hear any more rolling stones songs at trump rallies. the band says they never gave permission. overseas, north korea is gearing up for the biggest meeting of its ruling party in some 36 years. all over the capital city people have been practicing for celebrations which will mark the event that starts tomorrow. the meeting is likely a chance for kim jong-unto cement power. rescue efforts to rescue stranded residents
they still not able to save a 64-year-old grandmother and her gand children. they admit the video against the outcry against their response. palestine tien texas is getting help from adrian peterson. he's donating $100,000 for relief efforts. he said his families are fine. the latest on the crisis in flint the city's utility director has agreed to a plea deal, he'll cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for a lesser sentence. this, as the president visited flint and drank some filtered tap water. the president vowed to keep the pressure on leaders at all levels until all of the water is safe to drink. and president obama and the first lady took some time out yesterday to recognize a very important holiday. >> yesterday is the unofficial star wars holiday may the 4th be with
to mark it the white house released this video doing what they could to further intergalactic relations. a little uptown funk. >> that facebook video has racked up nearly 200 views. >> the stormtroopers are really on rhythm nor is the president for that matter. >> the robot on the other hand is killing it. >> the robert is doing the robot. >> yeah, he's doing it. >> where is c3po? i think he's going to be upset. coming up -- thieves disguising themselves to get inside your homes. >> dressing up as movers and easily carting away your u your belongings a little party planning. if first saturday in may me
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here's a cautionary tale for anyone planning their next move. >> a family in georgia has been left with almost nothing, movers who apparently movers at all. >> reporter: police say these movers aren't movers at all. but thieves loading up their u-haul some $70,000 worth of furniture. >> our stuff is gone. >> the atlanta home owner said that she's embarrassed to show her face because she hired the movers through an ad on craigslist. the furniture never showed up at the new home. >> we built a life here. memories, we have items that are ir irreplace nl that's on that truck. >> reporter: the truck found the next day, empty. they're looking for these two men, an atlanta-based company contacted by the homeowners. of course, find a reputable company and
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♪ ♪ ♪ come on meet me at the finish line ♪ we're less than a one week away from our favorite rites of spring. the kentucky derby. you can't celebrate this american classic without a classic menu, so joining us now is american chief entertainment officer is tim lair, nice to have you here. >> kendis, i'm so excited. it's always the first s
this year it's going to be may 7th. the drink is mint julep. first of all, make a mint simple sir up. basically one part water and one part sugar in a pan. bring it to a boil. then, add one part mint leaves, stems and all. steep like a tea, what's left over is this beautiful mint simple sir up. >> how long do you steep for it? >> for about 20 minutes. >> to build the perfect mint julep, it has to start with a little bourbon. the official bourbon of the kentucky derby. so, i sat that out. one once of your mint simple sir up goes in. here's a twist i use, i like to have flavor sets out. put in different flavors --
peach or even mango -- you like blueberry? >> i do. >> this is an alcohol-free version. i used iced tea. just a splash right on top. your guest can build their own. whatever flavor they like best, that's fine. get a little stir straw in there. that ends that. i'll do the same. you got to have the mint garnish. kendis, this is the quintessenti quintessential. actually, you had that sitting straw when you draw this drink to your mouth, you get that wonderful fresh minute. cheers. hmm, delicious. fantastic. >> it tastes better with alcohol in it. an
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good? that easy, that good. . of course, we went in -- great dessert you had the recipe. pecan fudge with a little bourbon. >> what's going on here? >> you're having a derby party without me. >> diane, you won't miss any party. >> thank you, tim. kendis trying to keep it all to himself. can't allow that. cheers. >> cheers to the derby. we're having fun now. >> thank you for joining the party. >> thank you. >> it's that easy. >> whisky and everything. >> you can melt the choke lit chips in the microwave. >> don't you love the peach? >> i love the peach. >> who's going to win this year? >> i better not say, i'll get in trouble. >> i think we're all winners
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over exclusive drone surveillance over the middle east every day. >> we're looking at 560 hours of video, pieces of intelligence information to go to war fighter, the president. >> reporter: after witnessing the critical work being done on the ground it was time to see what the air force can do in the sky -- top gun-style. with the captain. >> we're going up together. you're like my best friend. no way, check it out. >> outlaw palmer, that's so cool. ♪ ♪ >> this is the real thing now, the heart is starting to race. ♪ highway to the danger zone >> reporter: and with that, liftoff. that is awesome. we did three of those iconic 360-
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