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you, 7:00 a.m., saturday, june 17 this morning we hear from bill cosby. >> i want to thank the jury for their long days. >> the world watches the word out of norristown, the jury decides cosby's fate gets back to work this morning. also, the search is on for seven u.s. sailors missing after a collision involving their destroyer in japan. we're tracking storms popping up this morning what does that mean for the weekend, the man with the answer, meteorologist chris sowers is outside, he is smiling, is that
indicative of good news? >> reporter: sort of. we have temperatures in the 60s a little bit of a breeze starting to pick up. the humidity leaves are high, it could be much worse when we are talking about high humidity levels. when you get temperatures in the upper 80s low 90s it starts to feel 90s. with the numbers in the 60s it's already. the only issue are the downpours that are starting to develop. this is storm tracker 6 live you can see the drenching downpours, one in particular in between salem and pennsville lifting north eastward moving over the could you town area i believe that's piles grove township. we have heavier downpours just to the southwest of swedesboro. lifting off to the northeast riding parallel to the new jersey turnpike and route 2935 there. all this lifting to the northeast 20, 25 miles per hour. eyeing up the city of philadelphia, should be in there about an hour or so. and then there's another cell if
you look toward the bottom right-hand side of the screen that's running parallel to the jersey shore, places like strathmere, sea isle, ocean city, you should be picking up downpours shortly. accuweather mostly cloudy, hit or miss shower or thunderstorm is possible throughout the day. high temperatures will stay in the low 80s. what you can expect this weekend and beyond oppressive humidity leaves we're about as high as it gets in this part of the country excuse me. pop-up showers arena thunderstorms likely today and tomorrow, heavy, drenching downpours likely for monday. forecast models picking up almost 4 inches of rain from now through monday evening. i'll be back along in just a few minutes. i'll have all the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray? >> look forward to the update. happening in just a few hours, it will be day 66 -- day 6 of deliberations at jury returns to
the montgomery county courthouse in the bill cosby sex assault trial. in a rare move, cosby spoke about the men and women whole decide whether he spends the rest of his life in prison. >> jurors stay calm supporters do not argue with people, just stay calm and continue your support. >> "action news" reporter dann cuellar has details. >> i want to wish all of the fathers a happy father's day. after five days of lengthy deliberations, he wished everybody a happy father's day. >> they have seen the entire case now the only thing they have not asked for was the opening and closing statements. >> reporter: the jury emerged asking for the testimony of
stewart parsons the canadian detective and brother-in-law of andrea constan who contacted a top civil lawyer before calling police. the lawyer suggested some jurors were trying trying to get others to bring an end to the deadlock. there are going to be jurors that are getting compromised for the sake of getting a verdict. the judge said he didn't see any such evidence of that and added there's a misperception there is a time limit. >> we hope they would have accept the deadlock, under the charge, it's such a vague charge you could go on, you could go on, hopefully if they come back he will accept it. >> reporter: but civil rights activist alred had a different
view. >> the court has pointed out and rightfully show, the jury is still actively deliberating. >> reporter: the defense cited a case and the judge will review the case and have the jury report back this morning day 6, 9:00 a.m. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> over the weekend you can catch up with any of the developments from the past two weeks of testimony and deliberations that you may have missed just visit our special section of coverage at 6abc.com/cosby. 7:05 a.m. new information to tell you about this morning. philadelphia police are right now investigating a fatal shooting in the city's hunting park section. we are told a man was shot in the chest at 3:30 a.m. on the 500 block of west tioga street. he was taken to temple university hospital where he
died from his injuries. new this morning, a passenger on a motorcycle was hurt in a wild crash in center city. the bike slammed into a car on the 500 block of south broad street near lumbard, a newspaper of two dozen motor motorcycle riders were traveling together, the impact sent the motorcycle into the another knocking the driver and passenger off their bikes. one person was treated for minor injuries. we've been following this developing news for you all night long. seven american sailors are missing after what's being called a catastrophic collision between a navy destroyer and container ship off the coast of japan. that navy ship began taking on water moments over the collision. we are told three crew members were evacuated by helicopter from the ship. one was the ship's captain. a big gash could be seen in the mid section of the u.s.s.
fitzgerald. you can see it on the screen. the damage was above the water line and below. the crew was reportedly -- or has reportedly stabilized the flooding on the fitzgerald and limping back to port. the fitzgerald was hit in the middle of the night by a container ship that's four times its size. navy officials are scrambling to figure out what happened and why. >> both ships should be looking at radar and trying to turn away from each other, how these ended up hitting each other is hard to understand. >> right now officials do not know if the missing sailors went into the water or trapped inside the wreckage. ship. efforts are underway to find the missing sailors. we'll keep you posted. tensions are running high in minnesota, a police officer was cleared in the shooting death of orlando castile shot and killed during a traffic stop. his girlfriend live streamed the
aftermath on facebook live. thousands swarmed the state capital in protest. marchers broke away trying to block interstate 94 in st. paul. police line confronted the crowd. they broke up peacefully. his family stormed out of the courtroom when the verdict was red. >> the system continues to fail black people, my son loved this city and this city killed my son and the murderer gets away. >> the city of st. paul announced or the city of saint an -- anthony will get rid of the officer dispite the acquittal. president trump announced that's under federal
investigation for obstructing justice by firing james comey. in response, trump tweeted -- president trump is referring to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein. sources believe the president believe rosenstein and mueller are biased against him. democratic lawmakers are calling on congress to stop him if he tries to fire the pair. diane feinstein said he believes the rule of law does not apply to him. the firefly music festival is rocking in dover, delaware. the lineup includes chance the rapper, kesha and bob will i --b
dylan . a teenager in texas admits to steal from his boss, we'll show you the penance given to the teenager to give him a valuable lesson. we have good news, bad news this morning, we have lord the high temperatures this weekend, but we've increased the humidity in the threat for showers and thunderstorms. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >>
shamed. he had to wear a pink shirt cartoon character shorts and a hat holding a sign on the highway. don't steal. if you're heading to the shore this weekend, there's a woman whose making sure your beach items don't disappear. a woman caught a woman stealing a bag on the beach in jacksonville. >> reporter: the girl walked in front and acted normal as if she was looking at the waves. she turned around and grabbed the backpack and walked away. >> you have to keep an eye on the valuables at the beach. >> her brother lost his cloths, but his friend had his keys and phone stolen. >> reporter: maybe she was cleaning up the beaches. >> 7:13 a.m. how we looking outside?
>> reporter: it's cloudy and muggy. speaking of fog, live on sky6 live hd that's supposed to be cape may. it's impossible to pick out anything. there's a dense fog advisory up for the jersey shore, the immediate coastline until 11:00 a.m. where we are expecting the visibilities to remain under a half mile or quarter mile and half mile. foggy stuff down there, as we flip it over to the radars, we have downpours reported, as well. northern cape may county, southern atlantic county and more stuff pushing through the heart of south jersey. we'll make a couple of zooms, first stop, salem county. western salem, thunderstorms and downpours pulling out of the pennsville and salem. and eastward west of wood town. turnpike and 295 this is pushing north to swedes borough and paulsboro. and new castle county, heavy drenching rains and occasional
lightning strikes reported lifting off to the north. southwest to northeast eyeing up the city of philadelphia should be there within the hour or so. there's the downpours across cape may and atlantic counties. mainly cloudy conditions, patchy fog. mild temperatures, but the dewpoints are extremely high. we're seeing upper 60s low 70s throughout the area. these numbers are expected to increase today and tomorrow, as well. tomorrow will feel down right awful. weekend have dewpoints as high as 73, 74. that is close to what they see across the gulf coast states, new orleans, houston they see that on a daily basis. forecast for today. surface maps looks like we have a frontal system off to the southwest slowly lifting to the north. that's why we're locked in with all the clouds today. tomorrow we are in between the frontal system, we are in the
warm sector, the temperature skyrockets the humidity skyrockets and this cold front sits over top of us on monday, we'll see downpours, some areas could see 4 inches of rain on monday. mainly cloudy conditions warm and sticky, pop pop-up shower or thunderstorm at any point in time. overnight tonight, cloudy skies warm and sticky again, patchy fog redeveloping. tomorrow morning looks okay, maybe patchy fog, throughout the day we expect to see one or two hit or miss showers or thunderstorms. the coverage is not as great tomorrow as what we expect today. still we run the risk of seeing a shower or thunderstorm. mostly cloudy, warm and sticky, 83 degrees, we've lowered the high for 86 because of all the clouds and downpours. winds out of the east at 5 to 10 miles per hour. the idea is clouds basically locked in all day long and shower or thunderstorm at any point. 82 by 3:00 p.m., 85 by 5.
jersey shore, 76 degrees, easterly breeze, high risk for rip countries, don't venture into the water unless the lifeguards are on duty. sunday, sun an clouds, 77. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warm and sticky today, shower or thunderstorm. sunshine mixed with clouds isolated shower or thunderstorm, that 90 will feel like 95 or 96. monday, cloudy skies and drenching downpours and gusty thunderstorms maybe a round of severe weather and high of 86. good news once we get past monday, the rest of the week looks okay. got to get through monday. >> thank you so much. 7:17 a.m., they say dogs are man best friend. in this week's art of aging, tamala edwards introduces us to a small package of joy.
>> reporter: meet sadie a rescue dog who lends a helping paw to others. >> if they are upset, when sadie is with them they forget that. >> reporter: natalie is the executive director at a senior living center that specializes in alzheimers and dementia care. >> it gives them so much joy and calmness, it helps the residents feel like they -- feee they are home again. >> reporter: sadie comes to work everyday there's perks with the job. the residents shower her with affection and lots of bacon. >> she loves the attention and the residents love the attention right back. >> she loves to go outside with them. >> sadie is senior herself at 1 years old, the boston terrier is
>> so glad you stayed with us, your time 7:21 a.m., here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. check out the festival honoring the ratification of the 13th amendment that ended slavery. there will be reenactments and historical exhibits and music. it is on the 6300 block of germantown avenue open from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00. entire event is free. you have a week to enjoy
the chinese lantern festival at franklin square. it was extended a week and the last day is tomorrow. you can get the tickets online. a mega pet adoption is going on in wilmington. the animals touched down at new castle county airport. you can see them there, dogs and cats and other animals from shelters in five states all are going up for adoption. the event takes place today and tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at bell view state park. the admission is free, if you find a pet you love, the adoption is only 20 bucks.
back everyone, 7:25 a.m., saturday morning, storm tracker 6 live we're zoom into northern cape may and southern atlantic county. we're tracking downpours lifting north out of tuckahoe. this is northeast and riding parallel to the shorepoints. it will move into ocean city and margate and ventnor and atlantic city and brigantine expecting to see heavy rain as the cell lifts to the north. once this pushes through we have a dozens fog advice -- dense fog advisory expect visibilities less than a quarter mile fortunate morning hours into the afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly cloudy, dense fog this morning, perhaps a peek or two of sun this afternoon. otherwise you'll see pop-up showers and storms with a high risk of rip currents. 76 in atlantic city. ocean city, 75. cape may, 76. rehoboth beach close to 08.
forecasting highs around 78. sports now, the phillies hope to turn things around when they face the diamondbacks in game two of their series at the bank this afternoon. plus, the sixers could land a top pick in the upcoming draft. here's "action news" sports director ducis rogers with all your saturday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, the sixers are not just trying to make a slash in the nba draft they are trying to empty out the pool. several reports the sixers are on the vegetable him acquiring the number one pick from boston taking washington point guard freshman who is a dynamo he averaged 23 points and 66 assist per game. they would give up the third overall selection and they are planning to work out kentucky freshman fox today. phillies home stand continue last night they
welcomed in the arizona diamondbacks. down in front, check out the young lady she drops her phone and gets a lap full of phillie phanatic. phillies down 2-1 in the 5th. cameron ruf, solo shot makes it a 2-all ballgame. mikhail franco, that's a two bagger. aaron nola pitching well. his 99th pitch on the concourse. arizona scores three in the great frame. phillies lose 5-4. >> the pitchers knows when he hangs a curve ball. he got burnt for 6 innings he was pretty good, overall it was a good ought for him without that mistake. >> the nhl draft is friday, but the flyers are not waiting for that, the team has traded nick
cousins to arizona. cousins had 6 goals in 60 games. the flyers will send madison to arizona for a pick in next year's nhl draft. that's sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers have yourself a terrific weekend! >> well there were a lot of proud parents in roxborough last night. there was graduation day for the class of 2017 at the high school in roxborough. the ceremony was held outside where family and friends cheered on the graduates, congratulations!
>> day 6 and counting, the jury will be back today to decide whether to convict bill cosby in the sex assault trial. it took fours years, but there's a new deal on the table for philadelphia teachers. we'll have more on the new contract. skies are barely visible due to the fog, muggy conditions settling into the delaware valley making for some uncomfortable conditions. let's take you back outside to meteorologist chris sowers tracking the accuweather forecast and the weekend, chris, you do have good news somewhere in the forecast. >> reporter: we'll get a little sunshine over the weekend, probably not much today, though, father's day on a scale of one
to ten doesn't look that bad. maybe an 8, 8 1/2. zooming into gloucester county and northern new castle county we're tracking downpours between 40 and 322 in western gloucester county. woodstown and swedesboro getting hit pretty hard. you can see the red anticipate maroon that's the heavy rain. to the north, we're picking up lighter rain through woodbury and gibbstown. all this lifting off to the north northeast at 20 to 25 miles per hour. this is movement southwest to northeast. this is a downpour that started developing in the last couple of hours. we expect more activity to declare up later this afternoon. 64 degrees in kutztown. pottstown not all that bad, the humidity is high, but the temperatures are low. 64 there. malvern, 6. meade i i -- media, 68.
pitman, 68. cape may, villas, 69. forecast for today, a lot of clouds around throughout the afternoon, pop-up shower or thunderstorm is likely just about at any point in in time. highs around 83. jersey shore you ever -- you have a dense fog advisory in effect with visibility less than a quarter mile lots of clouds on the beach. cooler ocean breezes high of 76. you have a threat of a shower or thunderstorm at any time. today doesn't look all that promising, tomorrow will be better, we'll see the return of sunshine. i will be back with the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray. >> the waiting game continues and the jury in the bill cosby trial will be back at it again this morning deliberations have continue since the panel first declared it was deadlocked on thursday, the judge clashed with
the cosby team which called for a mistrial and objected to the jury's repeated request to review testimony. cosby in a rare move addressed the crowd outside the courthouse last night the man known as america's dad thanked the jury for their work and wished supporters a happy father's day during the brief address. >> i want to thank the supporters who have been here and please, to the supporters, stay calm, do not argue with people, just keep up the great support. >> deliberations continue this morning at 9:00, judge steven akneel -- o'neill reiterated there's no time limit for deliberations. an expert said no one should jump to conclusions on what a
jury may decide. >> reporter: the jury was deliberating for over 50 hours and legal experts say the jury has a difficult decision because there are strong points on both sides. supporters of bill cosby made their voice heard. >> yes, bill, go. >> reporter: dave five of deliberations ended without a verdict. dennis mcandrews is a former prosecutor with the delaware county district attorney's office where he spent 17 years before going into private practice. >> i don't think either side should be confident after 40 hours and asking for all the evidence they asked for, the legal definitions again, anybody who whose walking around confident is mistaken. >> reporter: as the trial dragged on the support for the 79-year-old comedian increased outside the courtroom. supporters are calling for the judge to declare a mistrial. >> if it is a hung jury, it's a hung jury. he is telling them to go back
and give me a verdict. >> if you're going to ask a judge to intrude upon the jury's province and stop them when they have not asked to be stop you better have solid legal authority for it, frankly i doubt it exists. >> reporter: this jury will return to the montgomery county courthouse to once again begin deliberating. chad perdelli channel 6 "action news." >> we've there every step of the way, "action news" ask following the trial very closely. we'll have a team at the courthouse when deliberations begin at 9:00 a.m. we'll bring you the latest details as they happen throughout the day. it is 75:35 a.m., developing this morning -- 7:35 a.m., developing this morning, the search continues for seven navy sairldz -- sailors who disappeared after a collision with a containership
from the philippines hit the fitzgerald at nighttime. the fitzgerald took on water, but the flooding has been stabilized. three crew members were lifted to shore including the captain. this morning there's no sign of two teenagers who disappeared in the ocean if atlantic city. a 13-year-old girl got caught in the rip currents. her friend jumped into the water to save her, neither one made it out of the water. 16-year-old golia hand and remained quinn are missing and relatives are hoping for closure. >> last night we were praying for a rescue. today we're praying for recovery. >> that's my little cousin, i want to give his family peace just to find his body. >> he gave his life to save her
he lost his life, you could call him a hero, too. >> search efforts resumed yesterday afternoon after the choppy water calmed. family members lined up chairs at the mlk boulevard beach to watch and help. philadelphia teachers have a tentative contract. the last contract expired before the graduates started high school in 2013. in may educators took to the streets to protest the lingering stalemate. dr. william hite said it will bring much needed stability. >> stability means we have teachers who are not looking to go other places and improve
learning. >> reporter: details will not be released until teacher union members have a cans chance to vote on this. if this is passed, the contract will run through august 2020. if you're just waking up, president donald trump is dismantling parts of the historic cuba diplomat break through, calling it terrible. he announced a new policy toward the island this includes stricter restrictions on travel to cuba and crackdown on business dealings. trump has demanded that cuba return joanne chessimar who was convicted back in 1977 in the death of trooper warner forrester who she shot during a traffic stop on the new jersey turnpike. she escaped in 1979 and has been living in cuba.
steve scalise is showing signs of improvement, but remains in critical condition after being seriously hurt in the ambush shooting that happened during a baseball practice in virginia. doctors revealed that the louisiana republican was near death when he arrived at the hospital. a bullet ripped through his hip and pelvis. well you could soon be paying more for alcohol and cigarettes in the state of delaware that's if democratic lawmakers have their way as part of a budget proposal for the fiscal i wouldn'ter -- year that begins july 1. lawmakers believe it will generate $18 million next year and 27 million the following year. if passed the increase will take effect in september. experts are asking is coconut healthy for you.
submerged in floodwaters burst into flames in pittsburgh. this happened yesterday. four people made it out before it caught fire. tough times for folks in the pittsburgh area. back here at home let's get you caught up on the forecast. meteorologist chris sowers is helping you do that. what's in store? >> reporter: we have everything possible you can imagine happening this time of the year. that's the view. commodore barry bridge. we have rain heavier downpours off to the south of chester a lot of fog in parts of the area. let's flip it over to storm tracker 6 live as we scan the skies we have downpours closer tote jersey shore and one not too far of a from -- off of they of philadelphia. new jersey turnpike close to exit 2 swedesboro, kings
highway, heavy drenching downpours, this is the main artery into the commodore barry bridge, if you're traveling west into southeastern pennsylvania at some point you'll encounter this. the rain is coming down in buckets here. we have lighter stuff off to the north, logan township lifting north into philadelphia here. should be in the city of philadelphia shortly. you can see how close it is, all the movement from the cells southwest to northeast. once the line here, the broken line lifts through, we expect more showers and storms to flare up again during the late morning hours into the first part of the afternoon. in the next hour, here's what to expect, brief downpours you'll pick up a quick quarter to a half inch. rumble or two of thunders and lighten strikes. are careful out there this morning. muggy and warm, 70 in wilmington and philadelphia. 6 in allentown. millville, 69. trenton, 67. and they are locked in pretty
good with the fog down the shore. cape may, 69 and atlantic city, 69 degrees. dewpoints later this afternoon this is awful, if you remember our scale once we reach 65 that's humid. 70 is oppressive, like new orleans and houston. we're in the mid 70s territory. 2:00 p.m., horribly humid today and tomorrow. that's the thorn in the side here. especially if you don't have air-conditioning like mean that is broke. the fog report looks like this. three miles in trenton. .3 in the poconos. .8 in wildwood. here's future tracker 6 cloudy skies and patchy fog throughout the morning hours, showers and thunderstorms flaring up. same thing this afternoon. overnight tonight once we lose the heating from the sun we'll lose the risk of showers and thunderstorms only to see it flare up sunday. 9:00 a.m., sunday, father's day, waking up to clouds again, patchy fog, we expect peeks of
sun throughout the afternoon hours with showers and thunderstorms developing in parts of the area. so we're not expecting the coverage to be widespread as what we'll see today. rainfall totals today, tomorrow, monday, you take all three days, you add up the numbers hear, this particularly model has over 4 inches of rain in philadelphia and closing in on 5 in wilmington. now, don't look at each particular town and city, and say this is what i am getting, just the general idea it depends on where the downpours develop. you get the idea there's a lot of moisture in the air. we'll see the downpours it will be where you think -- wrung out like a sponge. jersey shore, patchy fog, 76. sun and clouds tomorrow, today and tomorrow there's a high risk of rip currents. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 83 degrees today, warm and humid, showers and storms throughout the day. tomorrow, very sticky, the high
of 90 lsm -- will feel like 96. showers, downpours and severe weather, high of 86. >> two days not so good. >> reporter: it could be better. >> i feel sorry for all the dads. >> they will be taking them out to lunches. >> i would like to remind you you can get the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast at 6abc.com/weather. we're back after this ♪
pap machine have a higher risk of heart attacks and diabetes. if you think trendy coconut oil is the healthy option. the american heart association says not so fat. saturated fat leaves in coconut oil are higher than in beef fat and butter. they say the evidence shows it's not good for most people because it can increase cholesterol leaves. use olive oil and sunflower oil instead. now that kids are out of school for the summer break, many getting out to enjoy the sun, not only do you need to protect yourself against sun damage keep your eye out for sin cancer. ali gorman has the details. >> reporter: at dilworth park today workers strolled by residents relaxed and kids beat the heat, the skin cancer foundation set up their mobile
unit. dr. hess was inside looking at skin cancer. he said it can happen to anyone, any age, any race and any part of the body. you can use the abcde method to evaluate your moles or freckles. even if you're not shore -- sure get it checked out. >> people who don't have their spots checked can ignore them and they can become deadly. >> reporter: susan said she was fortunate she acted on a spot she thought was a pimple. >> my daughter said what's that thing on your nose, it was a tiny little whitehead on my nose. >> reporter: a biopsy revealed it was a deadly skin cancer she had seven surgeries and chemo and raid racing.
protect yourself from the sun and seek shade and get anything suspicious checked out. >> if i had not i wouldn't be here having the conversation. >> reporter: she was treated in 2013. after a year of treatment she got her first cancer free scan she celebrated by running a 5k. >> i just passed my 4th anniversary of being cancer free. >> reporter: we have more information how to evaluate your own skin and the abcde method at 6abc.com. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." >> important information. coming up next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, this is your live look outside the philadelphia international airport, before you leave home, don't miss chris' forecast, we're back after this [ minion gibberish ]
back, a final check of the forecast. meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: i hope you like the clouds and the muggies because we have a case of both. 83 degrees, the heat index expected to be 87 degrees this afternoon. tomorrow, the actual air temperature is 90. heat index, 96 degrees in philadelphia. perhaps a degree or two colder for the surrounding suburbs. it's extremely humid air. 83 today. 90 tomorrow. scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon, only annual isolated chance tomorrow. monday, numerous showers and thunderstorms all day long, some of them will be on the stronger side we could see a round of severe weather, 86 degrees, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, look fine, temperatures
in the mid 80s with humidity leaves dropping down to where they should be. 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." here's paula ferris with a preview. >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a." we have breaking news overnight seven u.s. sailors are missing after a u.s. navy destroyer collides with a contain ship at sea. u.s.s. fitzgerald is struggling back to port this morning. politics president trump taking to twitter saying he is being investigated for the firing of the fbi director calling it a witch hunt. we'll tell you how the white house is responding as questions rise whether or not the deputy attorney general will recuse himself from the russia investigation. finally celebrations are underway for the queen's official 91st birthday, the streets of london are lined with colorful crowds as the royal bash kicks off we're on the scene with all the pomp an
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, collision at sea. the crash between a u.s. navy destroyer and a giant container ship off the coast of japan. the injured airlifted to the hospital. at least seven sailors missing. the navy's damage vessel towed into port. the investigation this morning. how did this happen? russia investigation. the president and the president's men hiring attorneys. all this as president trump releases financial disclosures. the light they shed on his business empire. officer acquitted. the reaction overnight. protesters taking to the streets after a jury in minnesota cleared officer jeronimo yanez in last year's fatal