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that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for,
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we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. joe sestak supports a plan that the new york timesfactreported makes cuts to social security benefits. and the plan raises the retirement age. it's true. the a.a.r.p. opposed the plan, citing dramatic cuts to medicare benefits. the plan sestak supports means higher out-of-pocket costs for millions on medicare. any way you spin it,
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the truth about sestak is gonna hurt. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. seasons in temple football history, coach matt ruhle is trying to figure out how to be even better next season without tyler, the best linebacker in the country. rhule and hooter getting a look at annual cherry and white spring game. pj walker looking good, yagr gardener, 25-yard. one of his three touchdown. offence beats defense 35-25. temple kicks off september 2nd against army at the link. >> i don't think we had any major injuries, which is important to us. we got the through the springtime, or game without anything. that is good for us. great crowd, great day, really appreciate all of the fans, friend and a alumni and students and everybody that came here.
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>> penn state playing their annual blue and white spring game, james franklin visited quarterback competition twin trace mcsorely and tommy stevens. mcsorely looked much better to day. he completes all but four of his passes for the blue team in their 37 to nothing win, mcsorely is the favorite to replace christian hackenberg under center. >> i'm pleased with him. i'm pleased with the whole offense and how they battled through it. like i said earlier, staying positive, you know, works. >> we will see if it works, when the season opens against kent state. they have a new offensive coordinator and quarterback. >> water shed season for penn state and james franklin. thanks, jeff. "action news" at 11:30 is next. extraordinary day as pope francis travels to the heart of the refugee crisis. what he did when he met with victims and how he personally change the lives of three families. plus a little girl's
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powerful message how she shared an important part of her life to raise awareness about autism. those stories and more when "action news" comes right back. fight back and rebuild an economy. so does she. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs,
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a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. a real plan to create new jobs and industries of the future. hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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joining us. here's is what happening on "action news" at 11:30. tens of thousands of relief workers hit the ground in japan to help rescue and clean up efforts after two devastating earthquakes, and left dozens dead and more than a thousand injured. also pope francis traveled to the heart of the refugee crisis, bringing a message of hope to thousands. he did more than just talk he brought three families back to the veteran. and little girl makes a bold move going public but what it is like to live with autism hear her moving words. now to the details, death toll from a pair of devastating earthquake in japan has listen to 32 and race is on to find survivors buried under the ruble. we will get the story from abc's ty hernandez. >> reporter: desperate efforts, continue to find life under the ruble, where people used to live and work. 1/2 punch of one earthquake in two days has staggered this region. that second quarter a 7.0 magnitude killing dozens, injuring thousands and displacing nearly run thousand
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thousand. among them an american teacher, shown here. >> it was really violent. everything from my refrigerator, all of my furniture. >> reporter: straws escaped and made it to the shelter. >> i thought i was going to die. i thought it was over, this is it. >> reporter: quake were too quick for others. college dormitory pancake, second floor crushing the first floor, two people were killed. others were trapped inside. nine three-year old woman had to be cut from the ruins of her home with chain saws and it wasn't clear whether rescuers reached her in time. other buildings now potential death traps. hundreds of thousands are without electricity, and water, and troops have been sent into hand out food and drinks. the hundreds lined up here for bags of rice balls. rainfall now setting off mud slides and hampering rescues some of the stranded must be air lifted, a military helicopter plucking this little girl to safety. the pressing question, how
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many more are trapped. rescue efforts are pushing forward, and now, time is the biggest enemy. ty hernandez, abc news, new york. u.s. has freed nine prisoners at guantanamo bay and sent them to saudi arabia all nine are yemeni, they include a frequent hunger striker whose weight has dropped to 74-pound at one point. it brings the yan tan mow prisoner population down to 80, that includes 26 men half been already cleared of charges. those men are expect to leave by the end of this summer. the fight begins islamic state militants in iraq and seer why could be ramped up for u.s. troops. u.s. defense secretary ash carter says he will speak with his commanders overcoming days about stepping up the effort. that could mean more air strikes, cyber attacks and american troops on the ground. carter expressed confidence that the white house will approve his impending recommendations. now to the emotional act of compassion by pope francis. pontiff travel to the greek
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aisles in the heart of the refugee crisis offering a message of hope. what did next has so many people around the world celebrating. abc's terry moran has more. >> reporter: it was a day of such powerful emotions. pope francis at the main detention camp for refugees here a grim former prison but there were smiles for him and they pressed forward, so many wanting to speak to him, one man falling to his knees. >> please father, bless me. >> reporter: overcome by his ordeal. >> the children francis kissing babies, blessing the kid. they gave him their drawings and he was struck by them and later on his plane he shared them with reporters saying i felt like crying. this island has seen so much, last year more than half million refugees came a shore, and still they come. today, at the edge of this sea where so many refugees have perish, pope francis prayed for the dead and threw flowers
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on to the water. as he left his boldes move the pope himself bringing with him back to the vatican three syrian muslim families including six children. francis personally welcoming them home after his plane landed in roam roam. >> members of the church in delaware that was destroyed by fire late last year officially said good bye to that building to day. new jerusalem missionarize baptist church ativan did he ever avenue and pine street in wilmington was, in the process of being rebuilt from a separate fire when flames burned it to the ground last december this afternoon, church members held a memorial service where the church used to sit as a process of raising fund to build a new house of worship is already underway. a church congregation in philadelphia, spent the morning, packing up supplies, to send to flint, michigan. enan tabernacle baptist hosted a heart for flint event in west oak lane. volunteers gathered dozens of cases of bottled water, baby wipes and hand sanitizer for
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people of flint affected by the toxic water crisis. officials from st. christopher's hospital for children showed off their brand new critical care tower today. 135,000 square foot building will house a new neo fatal unit, a gym for therapy and dental unit. it the will serve as the hospital's new maint entrance. there is also a unique piece of art in the hospital lobby n fact, officials are hoping it will break the world record for the largest mosaic consisting only of marbles. patients a at du pont hospital in wilmington delaware got a chance to showcase their tall events today. the these young people have a disease whiz impairs their ability to use their shoulders, hand and lower extremities but that didn't stop them from showing off this afternoon as they performed music and played games, designed to help them between a said for their disabilities. hundreds of high school freshman, took their moms to lunch today. students from boys latin attended mother/son run inch
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held in wind field heights. it is way for ninth grade tours celebrate the most important women in their lives. our very own tamly edward served as a keynote speaker. much more to come on "action news" a young girl's powerful message, what she had to say about living with autism that has touched so many people. and later they were kick up their pawness montgomery county. we will introduce to you dancing dogs, melissa. walter, mostly clear, still pretty comfortable tonight but we are tracking a frost advisory for some locations overnight, after that, temperatures will warm up for the second half of the weekend. we have details with the full and exclusive a accu weather forecast are you sick of harrisburg politicians
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like steve santarsiero, who will say or do anything to advance his career? he claims he wrote pennsylvania's gun safety law. but the truth is he didn't. there is no law requiring universal background checks for all gun purchases. his campaign even bragged that he passed 54 bills. in fact, 7 years in harrisburg, steve santarsiero has never passed a single bill into law. i'm shaughnessy naughton. i approve this message because i am not a career politician.
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conditions in wilmington. they took part in the the carousal country spring festival there were hey ride, live music and plenty of games for the kids. festival is a chance for people to see newly renovated bark park, and improvements to the barns that house horses for new castle county police department's mounted patrol. all right. time for a check of the accu weather forecast with meteorologist melissa magee. >> very nice tomorrow, walter. today temperatures were in the 60's. tomorrow we are maxing out in the 70's. here's storm tracker six double scan radar. you can see no issues with precipitation. high pressure has been dominating and stays in control for the second half of our weekend. outside we will go, sky six live in hd from our temple university camera, we are looking at the center city skies line, southbound on broad street, you can see we have a nicely clear sky at this hour. highs today definitely above
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average. allentown coming in at 70 toy dave. reading 68. upper 60's in philadelphia 68 for your high. and wilmington 66. cooler at the coast with the northeasterly wind. atlantic city only in on the 60. neighborhood numbers north and west, 56 in fleet wood. not bad in warrington at 47. fifty's for center city in saint david at this hour. forty-eight in oxford. 51 degrees in new who will an. holland. vineland just 41. the pine barons of numbering, we do expect temperatures, overnight tonight to drop down in the middle to lower 30's which is where we have a frost advisory set autopsy cross the region. forty-six in cinnaminson. forty-nine in hockessin. 45 degrees in dover. and here at satellite six with action radar we've got a mostly clear sky from new england all the way down across the mid-atlantic region with high pressure dominating the area, as it stays put. we will get in the second half of the weekend on sunday.
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highs across the region. sixty-seven in the city. seventy-six in chicago. seventy-eight for cincinnati, and st. louis. eighty-one in dallas texas. we will tap into that tomorrow. we will get warmer as we get into monday. future tracker 6:00 showing you 6:00 in the morning. chilly start. thirty-six for allentown and reading. areas north and west of town are also beneath that frost advisory. thirty-nine in millville. as we get in the afternoon hours by noon time tomorrow, already peeking out in the lower 60's, and we will get warmer then that, by days end. in fact, we're showing you the numbers, it is 74 degrees tomorrow for the high in philadelphia, 76 out to the west in lancaster. cooler at the most, 61 in cape may. sixty in atlantic city at the boardwalk. one issue over the next several days in the forecast is we have dry conditions. relatively low humidity levels. so mapel, juniper, poplar those are top offenders as far as pollen is concern. more highs tonight, it will
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stay that way sunday, monday and into tuesday. no relief in sight. if you are fees going and wheezing. we have warm temperatures tomorrow. up to 74 degrees. summer previews. taste of june by monday, coming in at 80 degrees. late monday into tuesday, we are tracking a cold front that will move on through. not a lot of presip with it. it knocks down our temperatures by tuesday down to 7o the slightly cooler but still above average. wednesday plenty of sunshine in at 66 degrees. back up in to the 07's by thursday, and then coming in at 77. friday, mostly cloudy, a couple of showers in at 75. the passover begins at undown. the as we get into next sat the day limited sunshine with a high of seven two. warming tomorrow, walter. i nose you like this weather. we have that preview of summer on monday. >> thanks, melissa. safety regulators say another 85 millionaire bags made by takata could still be recall, they want the
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manufacturer to prove that they are safe. so far, more than 28 millionaire bags have been recalled, over concerns that they can explode upon deployment, and shoot-out metal shape until inside vehicles. now u.s. regulators are considering recalling the other 85 million vehicles with the the takata air bags until the company can prove that the units are safe. in two months septa will start offering its long anticipated septa key card. new program is set to update the fare system which still uses tokens and paper transfers. the septa key card is basically a refillable debit card. on june 13th, 10,000 key card will go on sale as part of the septa's early adoption pilot program. new program will be expand todd include septa's regional rail system and paratransit vehicles. we have a story tonight that proves power of the word. fourth grader from new jersey, recently made a message loud and clear, that she's change ago lot of mind and hearts about awe advertise am long the way. the here's abc's john donovan
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with more. >> reporter: for most kid it takes courage to say i'm different. so kudos to this fourth grader for the things that she said the other day at a school assembly in three words. >> i have autism. >> i have autism. a fact about herself that nine year-old kera michaels decided to share five years after her mom and dad were told about the diagnosis. i am like you, she said but i'm sometimes different. >> i flap my hand when i get excited or overwhelmed. i don't always make eye contact when i should. i don't always know when someone is being serious or joking. >> publicizing a condition that under today's quite expansive definition of autism includes girls like her but then includes individuals who will never speak at all. children, and adults. >> people with autism have brains that work so hard and they process so much so fast that they cannot either walk,
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or talk. >> reporter: here's what she says she wants for herself and for all of them, but to be accepted and to be able to belong. >> to share that with her friend and to be learning with her friend as she as long is incredible for all of them. >> reporter: she cause it her super power. this is for sure she's super strong and we won't be surprised some day to see her sore. john donovan, abc news.
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well, where is the power of the the flyers, power play, it has had all kind of trouble lately and it is killing their shot at winning this playoff series against the washington capitals. flyers, zero for eight on the man advantage, so far this
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series. goal tending, well, that is the difference tonight in game two in washington. first period flyers down one to nothing. looking for their first goal of the series, on the power play, five on three advantage, and caps goalie brandon holtby playing out of his mind. he stops 19 of the 43 shots. second period, steve mason, huge mistake, how does this go in. wow. right under his legs on the dump in. flyers down two to nothing. the flyers fail to kill the penalty right here. alexander ovechkin the one timer on the pass from the corner. flyers lose four-one. they are down to the series, zero-two for the first time in the opening round, in seven years. >> we have been around for a while. he is an experienced guy. so, you know, we just got to, like i said, just go to go home and play. they scored two goals, and we
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had a power play, so if we score there it could be a different game. >> we're generating chances. i think today we carried the majority of the play here, and, you know, we just have to go down and hold serve. >> this is no different situation then we have been in really at any point this year. we have our butts the on the line and that is a pretty comfortable spot for this group and this group will continue to push and respond. >> let's hope so. game three monday night at home at wells fargo center. the face off at 7:00. all right. baseball now, boy, it has been a bad few days for our teams begins washington. both flyers and phillies, destroyed by these d.c. teams. flyers out scored by five, phillies out scored by 15. tonight, aaron nola beat up by the nationals, early and often. first inning, bryce harper, a routine fly ball to left. darren ruf in his first start out there, drops the ball, on the exchange, on the sacrifice fly. nationals get three in the first. they will a how eight total
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runs in the first inning the last two games. informs inning, nationals get more, the pitcher, um-hmm, doubles to deep right two. more runs. phillies down five to knock. fifth inning, harper gone. he has more home runs at citizens bank park then any other place he visits, two run shot, nola allowed a career high seven runs. phillies lose eight-one. they have been out scored 17-two so far begins the nationals. nobody in the conference has more points then the union, tonight, taking on seattle, seventh first minute jordan morris, beats andre blake for the first goal of his career. union fall behind two to nothing. they have since, had a goal from sebastian le toux but they are down by one in the 90th minute. union trying to pull it out late. we will see if the phillies can salvage a game in the series tomorrow afternoon, at the ballpark, walter. >> thanks, jeff. well, great day for a fun run and fresh air, in fairmount park. runners celebrated earth day early with the annual run for
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clean air. more than 2,000 people took part, the 35th annual run was hosted by clean air council. ♪ wasn't a balance room but these dogs and owners took part in the dance competition today. your a's looking at third annual mardi goal, a k-9 free style competition, held at the y2k nine sports club and training club in willow grove. competitors try to score points for different events and fun prizes. the it is a chance to show off their impressively trained dogs through creative routines. castle is up next on channel six. "action news" continues at 6:00 tomorrow morning with nydia han, gray hall and chris sowers. for melissa magee, jeff skversky and the entire "action news" team, i'm walter perez. have a good night, we will see you right back here, tomorrow. >> ♪
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ifbut find it harder and hardert to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few.
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