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>> thousands cram into him washington square park and mso chauffeur bernie sanders. it comes on the eve as a democrat debate in brooklyn he is gaining ground in that poll he has cut hurley down to ten points what he has to say about the rally. >> a lot of people here love the burn and he had star power out here tonight. just as he had in the past.
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and movie director, spike lee. >> the same old same old, enough is enough. are you tired? >> movie director spike lee had the honor of innard do seen bernie sanders in washington square park and the crowd went wild. what is always so striking is the large number of young people that sanders has a galvanized with his authenticity. >> honesty and consistency over the past four years amaze me. >> our campaign today has the momentum. we have a 17 out of the last day caucuses and primaries. when i look at an unbelievable crowd like this, i believe we we
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york next week. >> reporter: so what's up with that bernie sanders he is going to be speaking before the national action network. after that tonight he has a debate with hillary clinton in brooklyn. after that he will hop on a plane and fly to rome, italy where friday morning he will participate in a vatican conference. the pope is not supposed to be there but he is going to be participating in there. then flying back here to the states. that's the very latest now back to you. >> hillary clinton held a rally of her own, much a smaller one at co-op city in the bronx, she was introduced by urban diaz junior and talk about making life better for those in the community. >> i am so proud of what is happening here in the bronx. it
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together and if you have a president president in the white house who actually knows where co-op city is. [applause]. >> mrs. clinton spoke about uniting the country while criticizing the republican presidential candidates for their devices candidates. >> steve: donald trump talked with megan kelly this morning. take kelly said it was at her request. meanwhile trump's campaign manager will not be prosecuted on misdemeanor battery charges. the official announcement it is expected star. he is accused of grabbing a reporter in palm beach, florida last month. she plans on filing a civil suit >> dari: ted cruz spent the day campaigning in pennsylvania at a rally. he spoke about jobs, freedom, freedom and security calling america a country in
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trump leads cruz by nearly 30 points in pennsylvania. >> steve: john kasich held a town hall in maryland. he labeled himself and experience an effective leader who can break up gridlock in washington. he has a strong 31% in 1% in the state but trailed donald trump by ten points. >> steve: people walked off the job in nine states after contract talks at verizon. i've been working without a contract since last august. they say verizon wants to freeze pension, makes layoff easier and rely more on contract workers. bryson said it has trained thousands of nonunion employees to fill in during the strike but some customers say the company canceled appointments to install cable and internet in their home. and developing news, at least ten people hurt tonight in an apartment fire in the claremont section. two children are in critical condition, officials, around 6:30 p.m. it was under control within an hour. no word on how the fire started.
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civilian complaint review board about completes against the police department. they allegedly allegedly use some offensive language toward a female colleagues,. >> the chairman of the new york city police watchdog agency, richard emery has stepped out. twenty-four hours after being sued by its executive director,. >> she was a courageous woman who stood up and complained about his conduct and for calling women -- >> reporter: that comment was made in september, the complaint was majorly thereafter. douglas, the lawyer representing maleic says nothing was done for months. >> the investigation started in march and then once the investigated started then retaliation really started to affect both my clients. >> reporter: the clients face retaliation by emery under mining maleic's authority.
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he found out about it he started to change her responsibilities and report and started undermining her credibility in the office. started affecting her day-to-day ability to carry out the job. >> the nypd dogwatch did not talk about specific reasons for his resignation. he said that in confluence of recent circumstances would preclude him for further doing his job as chair. in light of the recent litigation that has created daily litigation in success of the ccr be. emery was in hot water last month after a controversial remark he made comparing nypd union to pigs. the president, patrick lynch sent out this statement that says had a police officer made remarks similar to mr. emery's on two occasions, that officer
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the next ccr b chairperson should be held to the same high standard that police officers are. >> dari: that was jessica reporting. another high-profile nypd officer has been reassigned. this is due to the ongoing federal corruption probe of the police department. deputy chief, andrew -- has been moved to an administrative position pending further review. at least 20 officers have been interviewed about whether they accepted gifts from two brooklyn businessman who allegedly have ties to mayor diblasio's campaign for other senior police officers were previously reassigned. >> steve: a judge delayed the sentencing of former officer who is supposed to be sentenced tomorrow following a manslaughter conviction of a fatal shooting. the judge is now considering whether to toss the conviction after one of the jurors in the case allegedly lied during the selection process. michael vargas originally said
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committed of a crime but his father was sent to prison approximately shooting a friend to death. >> we saw today that mr. vargas is not an impartial juror. he has a strong impact and it he is not an honest man. >> steve: that will continue tomorrow. the officers now now sentenced to be sentenced next week. the judge will decide to -- >> dari: the city has made a priority to improve conditions at homeless shelters. the program promised to increase inspections and make much-needed repairs. the cd is teaming up with nonprofit group, breaking ground, to help get people off street. it is hired more than 100 outreach workers who are trained to deal with homeless in a humane manner.
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on the upswing. >> dari: first we have to get through a freeze warning in some parts of the area tonight. audrey is here with the details. >> it is a very cold evening and we are going to see a warm-up in our temperatures and it will feel more springlike into the end of the week. we do have temperatures a bit to below average for this time of year. high should be 60 degrees and we are a few degrees colder than that across the tri-state area. right now we have dropped into the 40s in most locations where it is 47 degrees. forty-six in bridgeport, in the 30s at the easton montauk point. they're running a few degrees colder than 24 hours ago. tonight slows will be in the 30s across the region with the exception of monticello which is forecast to have a low of 29 degrees tomorrow morning. the national weather service
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county shaded in purple. the starts at about midnight until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow. this this has to do with the growing season. any vegetation you have outdoors, any plants you may want to bring inside because with a temperatures so-called is a threat for damage. we expect relatively quiet conditions tonight. a weak disturbance coming through. that will give us some clouds. moisture on the radar but it is a few isolated showers about the tri-state area should be dry for the rest of the evening. that is how we'll wake up tomorrow, mostly sunny conditions, plenty of sunshine by lunch time and temperatures running close to where they were today. highs in the middle 50s and we will see the numbers go up as we details coming up. >> steve: thank you. >> dari: it's one of hip-hop's
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>> steve: who killed the wrapper? more details from the nypd. >> dari: how robert dinero served up the autism debate today spee2's searching for something to watch a netflix?
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something you love this is everything i have, my family. i got to see my dad die on national tv. they don't know what they took from us. people are dying. we need a president that's going to talk about it. i believe bernie sanders is a protestor. he's not scared to go up against the criminal justice system. he's not scared. that's why i'm for bernie. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. in the last 10 years our competitors have received a few awards. but we've received a few more, including jd power who ranked us highest in customer satisfaction for the third year in a row. only fios has the fastest internet on the most awarded network. now get super-fast 100 meg internet tv and phone for just $69.99 per month, online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good,
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>> the one-year anniversary of the wrapper chinks is on the way. it remains unsolved mystery. >> dari: we went to police headquarters to get answers but she came away with an exclusive interview. she is here now with info. >> reporter: tonight and the exclusive interview we have information about the nypd about
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what we learned revealed about how determined the killer was to take his life. >> the image of chinks is etched in them kind of all who loved him. clearly clearly one person wanted the rising hip-hop star dead. >> was he set up i don't know but with your target, yes. >> i sat down with the lead detective at police headquarters, they tell me chinks was on his way home to his wife and children but never made it. the exclusive surveillance photo you see up for leaving the hookah lounge early saturday morning, may 17, 2015. the shooting did not happen on queens boulevard but on main street at the intersection. >> there's a construction site so when his car was wedged
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when he arrived that's when an unknown individual approaches the driver side of his vehicle. >> reporter: contrary to what many believe it is not a drive-by, more like an assassination. this mercedes and followed the and stopped behind it at the light. >> we believe the shooter walked up and fired into the car. >> at 12 casings were recovered. they're working on a number of theories but none related to his past. >> we don't know that he was involved with any serious drugs. but he was about to make it big. >> reporter: what are some challenges you are facing in trying to close the case and make an arrest? >> nobody who knows anything about it is cooperating with police at the time. in the individuals in the wrapping industry. we really need those people to come
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>> reporter: it chinks is a widow calls for anyone with information to come forward. she is determined to get justice for the children. if. if you can help get this murder off the street, call crimestoppers and remember, you do not have to give your name. >> steve: it's hard to get people to come forward. police are investigating the stabbing of a 31-year-old afternoon on east 31st and fifth avenue. three three people have been arrested. the victim was taken to the hospital but is not considered life-threatening. >> dari: there is a controversy over film can connecting vaccines to autism, de dinero says the film lacks, from coverup to catastrophe should be shown at the festival. he calls into question the scientific research that doctors claim proves there's no link
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he has an 8-year-old 18-year-old with autism. >> as a parent of a child with autism i will and concern. i want to know the truth. i'm not anti- vaccine. i want safe vaccines. some people can't get a certain type of shotmaking die for. they can die for. so why should there not be a vaccine. >> so scientific research has found no connection between vaccines and autism. one one of the film's biggest critics is fox news health editor doctor alvarez. he wrote a blog post today responded to dinero. the so-called brain behind the documentary as a british dr. and his research has been disproven. we must support genuine autism research, we, we must find out where autism originates which could possibly begin in the womb, creating an environment of sufficient, it only to laze what we must accomplish today.
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it's ditching iceberg lettuce and instead kale, romaine lettuce and baby greens will take the place. this appears to be the latest of americans that move towards healthier food. >> dari: some restaurants in new york city are now taking craft cocktails to a new level. jennifer shows us how they are turning and mixing drinks into entertainment and bringing the bartender to your table. >> reporter: sit down and enjoy the show. at daniel at the upper east side marcy wheels out a custom-made trolley topped with prohibition era shaker and ingredients for a drink. >> i'm going to pour it into the teacup and continue with the disguise of actually not drinking a cocktail. >> is not just a drink but the story behind it. slowing down the cocktail
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>> with it being prepared in front of him bring some excitement into their experience. so we tied into a story on the whole prohibition theme further down the road we have it exciting for them to come. >> reporter: the inspiration came from france where it is common for them to prepare parts of the meal at the table. >> there very well known for the dishes prepared in front of the guest, whether it's a roasted duck or a whole fish. >> reporter: during service has been gaining ground it places around the country. it's a way to showcase their rare drinks. since january it has become a huge draw in the dining room. >> about 20 cocktails per night, it's funny funny because once you roll it out in the dining
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people are wondering what it is so you start by making one in the new and that making five. >> steve: gaming with the hottest new mutual reality gear. >> dari: those gaming gadgets
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>> there's a new competition >> virtual reality revolution is here. several companies wanting to bring the art of the masses. what's the difference difference in what headset works for you. we sent someone to test it out. >> virtual-reality making a splash, how many devices do we have to choose from right now? >> there only for really viable headsets that i would recommend. one is the htc vibe. >> charisse smith has been explained virtual-reality for over two years. so far the htv vibe is her favorite. >> this is fun because you can actually use your body to play the game. so you see me crawling around on the floor but in my head what
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is, it's amazing, spy, spy world, this mission that i have to complete. >> as it is it requires a lot of extra space new yorkers may not have. >> just for the two base stations that filled the room with infrared light, you need need 16 feet just between those two. >> it is 799. >> it's a virtual reality headset we for the most about. it's an experience so you are using it and walking around. it's 599, it comes with a sensor , and a box one controller, wireless adapter adapter and you just plug it into your pc and install the software and you're good to go. >> sam sung's gear is enticing to the brand's mobile customer. it is only $99 with older
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free with the s7. >> this is my six any pop it in out. this is the starter set so you know, okay can i do be our, or not. i tried it out and they are going to do very well because they have a built-in audience. who doesn't have a ps for? they are enticing everyone saying the headset is 399. it's not too bad if you don't have a playstation camera the mood controllers, then you're talking about a bigger something 399. if you have the room for, she says get the htc vibe, it requires at least 16 feet of of space to set up. if that's too big of commitment then the samsung and you can get google cardboard which is only $15. >> dari: that kills me. and she said google cardboard
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if you have a virtual-reality headset and the guts, you can have a front row seat to a live surgery. surgeons at religion hospital are operating on patients of colon cancer tomorrow and live streaming that virtual-reality training session looked like last summer. the operation will be broadcast in case there are any complications. and a virtual-reality headset and you watch the operation through the eyes of the surgeon. >> dari: every. >> steve: everything on earth is being streamed online now. we all know that people are cutting back when it comes to how much soda they drink. >> dari: a lot of healthier choices out there causing soft drink sales to fizzle. >> steve: and technology that made it possible for a paralyzed
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>> steve: people are turning away from soda. that is happy being a huge impact on profit. soda has been a big moneymaker for restaurants. >> dari: jennifer shows us that water drinking diners are eating into profits. >> it's no surprise that soda is fizzling out of our diets as we learn how it impacts our health. we been drinking less of it in the last 15 years years with one exception, in the restaurant. one place where we still feel comfortable ordering up a soft drink. >> when people go to restaurant it might be a treat her an opportunity for them to indulge. >> according to panelists that too is coming to an end. >> our survey found that 23% of restaurant consumers are
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they go to restaurants. >> i stop drinking soda in 1990. >> if you look at videos you'll why would you want that. >> that could eventually heard the restaurants of bottom-line. >> a big moneymaker is beverages and restaurants. >> the profit margin is higher. >> but there is a silver lining, the drop in soda consumption is cleared a path for other drinks to take over. one third of people now prefer drinking iced tea. a healthy version and still at a premium for restaurant owners. >> for consumers it's a chance to consume less sugar and for operators at the chance to
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bring in other averages. >> steve: the metro card could still go the way of a token. it has begun calling out proposal for new fair payment systems. they hope to have a new system in place by 2020. metro cards will be completely phased out by 2022. the nca says 22. the ncaa says by eliminating the need to produce metro cards it could save about 6,000,000 dollars per per year and not humiliate people from trying to get through. >> dari: a long-standing rivalry between new york and boston is hitting the road with a new app. they have teamed up with ever quote to launch ever drive, free own app that gathers the miles of driving data whenever the phone is in your car. to
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massachusetts and hope of igniting state pride. new yorkers say their state might have the worst a driver's. >> they drive like animals, they have no respect for each other and they're going to get someone killed. according to an auto insurance study from last year new york ranked as the 28 worst worst driving state, massachusetts, 41. >> sean parker donated 250,000,000 dollars in the fight against cancer. his against cancer. his foundation will launch the parker institute for cancer speed up the development of breakthrough immunotherapies. more than 300 researchers are it's a single biggest contribution made to the field of immunotherapy which really is the future. >> dari: to new medical technology a paralyzed man has
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broke his five years ago when he dove into an unexpectedly shallow waters while vacationing with friends. the accident damage to spinal cord and left him paralyzed from the chest down. however, the chip implanted in the left side of his brain now relay signals down to his right arm allowing him to grasp cups and also even move his fingers independently from each other. >> when i think about opening my hand over and over again. i can see what's alighting up and then they know that's me thinking about opening my hand. >> it's incredible. researchers say the implant technology has not been tested on enough patience to make it available outside. >> steve: that's awesome that he's trying it out. remarkable. how much time to spend trying to decide what to watch a netflix? i'll answer for you, a ton. you're scanning, it all seems like something you've already
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there is not advertised. i pushed the wrong stuff. there is a new app that promises to streamline the process, how it helps you. >> steve: move over instagram, the new site that is probably what your teens are on right now on the phone while they are ignoring you. >> dari: here's tonight's new york minute. >> a special ceremony in prospect park for the governor of tokyo joint city officials to plant a weeping cherry tree from japan. it is a seedling from a 1000-year-old tree from the fukushima region which was
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tsunami in 2011. >> volunteers at the food bank for new york city's warehouse help bag 11000 pounds of produce today. it is for jewish families in need this passover. >> last alone we are able to provide over 507 million meals throughout the charity that we partner with. were excited because this year the passover exclusively we'll be able to provide over 1 million pounds of fresh
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. >> the worst job in america for the 30 year in the road, broadcasting is the third worst. >> retail sales take in a drop,
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saving money at the grocery store. wholesale prices the firm food dropping less month, it sometimes can lead to lower prices at the supermarket. with price and -- the government to say that nearly 84% of flights did arrive on time in february and there are fewer cancellations. despite better members from the previous month the passenger complaints are still high. >> him instagram there's a new site among teens, were talking about snapchat. it is at the site for kids today. this is according to a survey. 20% of those surveyed said snapchat was their favorite.
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past year. >> dari: with tell many streaming options, so little time. >> steve: a new app app that makes it easier to figure out
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beheadings. >> amazon time and all of those cable options can be hard to decide what to watch these days. >> a new app is promising to get your binge watching game on game. >> i never want to say goodbye to, that's what i do, i, i drink and i know things. >> deciding what to watch on tv requires a commitment that shows a movie and trust to satisfy reviewing needs. so how do we choose what program to watch matters. >> whatever my friends are watching, i watched the pilot and if i like it out keep watching. what makes somebody like someone? >> that question led brian to
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watch. released on the app store it asked user to swipe writer life depending on what they like or dislike, over time we keep learning more and more about you and the service gets better. that learning allows the tv to recommend programs from 30,000 in its catalog in links to what their friends like to disliked, hopefully ending the practice of clicking between services to find something to watch. >> a mashup function allows users to select with what they want to watch and it then gives you something all parties will enjoy. >> and may the best man win. >> i'm matt king, fox five news. >> steve: let's talk weather. it
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>> audrey: we don't have much of a breeze but we will see a warm up further on into the week. we'll start off with cool mornings before things warm up toward the afternoon hours. we started off from 40 degrees and when up to 57 in central park. we. we had that number at 330 this afternoon. but still of the average of this time of year. will be closer to average the next few days and then well above average into the weekend. we're sitting at 47 degrees, wins our light a miles per hour. pressure is falling. areawide we are in the 40s although montauk and belmar are in the upper 30s. windsor light at the moment so that is not a factor at this hour. temperatures temperatures are cool across the northeast into new england, boston is at
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here's the week disturbance, we are seeing clouds out of it, no rain being picked up and the clouds will be passing through overnight and tomorrow, you won't notice because will have sunshine across the region. two areas of low pressure that were keeping her i on. one toward the south causing strong thunderstorms, another developing toward the pacific northwest will hear about that over the next few days. in the meantime we are under the influence of high pressure in the northeast, sitting to the north providing with the northeast wind blow and protecting us from systems from entering this nation. temperatures are mild in the west with highs in the 70s, we'll get a taste of nice weather as we go into the week. readings are in the low 70s by sunday. clear skies tonight, tomorrow sunshine and expecting more of the same on friday.
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the temperature the weather pattern will stay relatively quiet, we'll see a rise rise in numbers into the weekend. tonight will be chilly with temperatures in the 20s north and west, tomorrow we will have numbers similar to today, mostly mostly in the middle to upper 50s, on friday will rise into the 60s for a high and sunday will have a high of 72 in central park, 74 on monday, warmer numbers are expected and we will be in the 60s the beginning of next week. what's really noticeable is all sunshine and no rain in the forecast for the next several days. >> we did earn that. it's been a rough couple weeks. >> it is a memorable night for the jewish community relations council of new york. the organization is celebrating
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with an awards dinner, tonight's milestone gala honored a handful of members and some noteworthy guests in attendance, they wanted to strengthen did jewish community as well as other ethnic communities. it was great work. >> steve: up next is sports. hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together
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counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america all come to look for america to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders,
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>> how you do and everyone, i realize it is eight games into the season so that means there is 154 more to be played. another loss by the mets at citi field would have been their fifth in a row and the natives would have become very restless.
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happen, first wall hats off, his wife gave birth to a baby boy yesterday, logan, given the net six shutouts in today jim henderson got bases-loaded. they into the game and all he did was strike out most of the batters he would face. that is what you call getting out of a jam big time. they scored just six runs in there for previous games. at the right time in 17 mets with a two nothing lead then carrie collins get a five out save. i did just that and it two-one final. you know it's no secret that people get criticized and sometimes rightly so for his cavalier play in the outfield. i want you to get a load of this
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he's going after a foul ball, leaps into the stands, he didn't get the ball and the mets and their fans were holding their breath because they're 25,000,000 dollar a year a year slugger could have been very seriously hurt. fortunately he has escaped without injury and remained in the game. i have to say that was an ill-advised leap. meanwhile, north of the border in toronto the blue jays clinging to a lead with the yanks when they blow the game wide open. there is a double and knocked in the first of four runs. seven-two blue jays final. and the stanley cup open or, it made it a two-nothing penguins.
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discovered a 15-year-old mommy with interesting footwear. here's a picture of the feet social media has been lit up over it. it looks like the mommy is looking like a parent sneakers, the remains found in a mountain range, scientists say it is remarkably preserved due to the cold temperatures in the area and they say it's a rare and brown raping groundbreaking discovery. it is a female and people are shaking their heads over the fact that they just seem to be interested in the footwear. >> nike is now going to go look for their own mommy. >> it makes you wonder it seems
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>> that's it for us folks, take care alright guys. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago.
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between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually
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("raiders march" playing on tv) so what'd you think? it was good. that's it? "good"? i enjoyed it. when you told me i was going to be "losing my virginity," i didn't think you meant showing me raiders of the lost ark for the first time. my apologies. i chose my words poorly. i should have said you were about to have your world rocked on my couch. anyway, thank you for watching it. it's one of my all-time favorites. it was very entertaining... despite the glaring story problem. story problem?! (laughing): you-- oh, amy... what a dewy-eyed moon-calf you are. raiders of the lost ark

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