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emotional testimony and show of support for bill cosby sexual trial. >> this is not the man i have ever seen or ever known hor me. >> how cosby reacted to his former co-star showing up, standing by hiss expected on dar two. disgusting video being social media. sucker punching a man with disabilities on a philadelphia street, how police are responding to these images. deadly ink what one man did just days after getting a new tattoo that doctors his lif.
caught with his pants full , florida man thinks he has come up with to steel oil, except it didn't go as planned, how many bottles he fit in his pants before he waste best shot of that when walking out of the convenient store, or autp with 30 cans of oil in his pants. >> how do you do that. >> it was exactly the way he was moving, we will show it to you in a second. of course that story out of florida. >> this is like florida rain, downpours. it pores. >> and then it is gone. >> just as quickly. >> you can see it has moved through philadelphia, but in new jersey, look out. it is coming your way, and eventually it will be at jersey shore, a lot of the rain. so that is what we have on radar right now, i'll justin. a wider look just to show thaw once this rain is through
we're not quite finish. we will get wrap around moisture from the system to gear with you. we have a six out of 10 in weather by the numbers on this national yoyo day, bus stop buddy is all ready with his rain gear and his yoyo for heavy rain possible at the bus stop for you. now we have improved visibility at philly international, at lee, 7 miles now but getting worse in atlantic silt i and wildwood, with the fog, we have a current temperature of 61 degrees, we have a few puddles in olde city as well, 67 is all we expect for a high today, mostly cloudy skies and more pop up showers and thunderstorms at least through the evening, overnight le of 53, that is your fox cast for tuesday, bob kelly. >> i mentioned earlier good day for grilled cheese, tomato soup. someone sent me this gem, grilled cheese and tomato soup cheese curls. get me a bag.
>> what is this. >> grilled cheese and tomato soup chills curls. >> that is on the market now. >> yes. >> i want it. >> intern? we will run up the street and try to grab that somewhere. we have to have that. >> yes. >> on the schuylkill, an accident at montgomery drive, about 40 minute trip in, to downtown, outside we will go to a live look at i-95 southbound, an accident at 322 , here's a live look at i-95 through cottman avenue. lets go up trenton, new jersey where we are getting whacked with the heavy rain and thinks a live look, you can see spray off the cars, and trucks in front. o because e blocked as well and construction zones like i-95 near girard. no problems up and over. rain cleared out some fog we have been dealing abington thatn break from yesterday has edge hill road still block at brad field so traffic being diverted on toill delay some ofe school buses through abington
this morning. mike and alex, back over to you. >> thank you. 7:04. bill cosby's sexual assault trial is number two. so day number one, it brought emotional testimony. >> sure did.>> not just openings >> so day two gets started here in about two hours in norristown. that is wherer the next couple , hi there steve. >> reporter: we know day two will not start with testimony but decision from the judge on whether to allow witness of witnessto testify, w number one. as we predicted here yesterday correctly it turns out the prosecution did not begin their case with the woman that this trial is all aboutanutothe. prosecutors put on one of the other 60 woman who all eventually came forwardpubliclye same things to them. mbutation to gain the trust. number two get them alone. number three give them pills and alcohol and make them too weak to fend off his sexual battery.
judge previously ruled that only one of those other woman can testify. she was 34 when it happen. cosby was 57. she's now 55, lives in atlanta and described how cosby in 96, eight years before the trial incident drugged her and molested her. >> the plan, scheme, design, to sexually assault. if the jury believes the witnesses, that that happened, and that mr. cosby would then know that if a woman is drugged that she cannot consent to sexual activity after she is incapacitated by a pill. >> reporter: well known lawyer gloria allred there came up in the cross-examination many times, cosby's defense lawyer brought up her name and really asked would the man, testifying did she tell to you say that once. trying to portray to the injury that i allred witness number one and other women she
represented, the 60 that she told me about all part of the massive legal publicity machine to beat up cosby in public and may be doing so for fame, money settlement. today starts with this judge's decision and reason prosecution wants to put mom of the first witness on to prove that her daughter report ed this to somebody in 96. she didn't make this up recently when cosby stuff started to come out, drip by drip on a weekly bases. even though she was too scared to call police. she must be in her late 70's. five-year old. right near cosby's age. why does cosby's lawyer want to keep her away. they will say it is hearsay and who knows whether the mommies saying this now even if the daughter told her then, the mommies just coming up with this now to support woman and she probably, doesn't like cosby like so many other woman they are trying to keep it out we will see whether the judge allows it or not first thing this morning. >> first thing this morning, big ruling, okay, thank you, steve. jurors will continue to deliberate today in the trial
of the bucks county man accused of keeping a dozen girl at his home and sexually assault something of them. >> jurors heard, the fate of five two-year old lee kaplan, and, mom gifted her to kaplan because he helped them out financially. girls parents awaiting sentencing on child endangerment. >> can you get anymore creepy then this trial. i mean we have covered a lot of them but my god the details of this one. >> they talked to the girls úwas their his ban. lee kaplan >> some supporting him, even right now. developing this morning out of germantown a man who appears to be mentally challenged, punched in the face by teenagers. now police are trying to track down those teens. >> this video is really circulating on social media, sabina. >> it mans shared 35,000 times and people are commenting, calling it disturbing and horrific is the only way to
describe. we did have to blur the identities of the victim and the attackers here because people in that video they appear to be so very young, in fact. this video will hurt your heart. i want to warn. lets take a look at it now. it shows a man who was essentially mentally disabled surrounded by about four kid. oldest of which appears to be just a yen teenager. man is punched twice by two separate people. second time he is actually trying to get away from the kid when they follow him and hit him again. we don't know identity of the victims or the attackers. it is one of the things police this morning are trying track down and they are asking for the public's help in doing. that we do know that the victim was wearing a landyard around his neck that says i love jesus and it was also video taken on chelten avenue in germantown. it was posted yesterday. we don't know exactly when it was, actually recorded. one of the things we, of course, are not able to show you because we were able to blur the voices is just the reaction on this victim's face , this is at first he is
smiling, laughing along with the kid, doesn't realize that they are laughing at him and then when he is struck he is hit in the side of the face. he doesn't see it coming. and then see terror and hurt on his face as he tries to get away. right now we are trying to figure out who was in that video and what, if anything, the public knows. if you know anything call the philadelphia police. >> keep watching the video even after he is hit first time one of the kid follows him and hits him again. >> other kid were laughing. >> and pointing. >> it is on twitter now i mean unblurred, yes. >> investigating a domestic dispute that turned deadly in hunting park last night on the 3800 block of percy street, a 29 year-old man was transported to temple hospital where he later died. the 26 year-old suspect shot the victim multiple times and
then ran out of the home with a gun still in his hand. police hope surveillance cameras in the area will help catch him. mantua police are investigating a murder, a 56 year-old man was shot two times in the head on the 600 block of north shedwick street police found him on a nearby highway at 11:30. he died on the way to the hospital, authorities are asking anyone with any information to come forward. police in london, they have just named another suspect, this is a third suspect in the london bridge attack that claimed six lives and injured 40 others. police have since carried out new searches overnight in connection with saturday's terror attack. so, thomas drayton is in the news room with the latest developments on these three attackers. >> that suspect has been identified as 22-year old yous uf zogba, of iraqi dissent he fridayse london and his family has been notified. he was in the a subject of
interest to police or intelligence services prior to the attack. and, and, and, and, and, radical before the attack. and they tried to warn police, that he was trying to radical ized their children. >> powe lease, they are asking the community to help and someone give us some kind of information, just taken him there. >> u.s. is offering support as the investigation, continues, with the trump administration, praising the muslim community, in london, for its response, mike and alex, london police say all 12 people held as part of this investigation have now been treated, obviously, more to come. >> we have information out and let them.
>> and, federal agents, and, secret security, and,. >> and published dramatic new evidence of attempted russian election hacking what site was it, doug, who was she. >> well, yeah, it is interesting, federal won't say specifically what she leaked but not too hard to connect the dots here but on the same day that they announced the arrest of this woman there was a major league, on line, involving the nsa. what did the nsa know about russian hacking during last years' lex? perhaps much more than we were initially aware of. according to classified intelligence leaked to the intercept russian hackers tried to infiltrate u.s. voting software. there is no evidence they were successful but revelation goes far beyond the leak e-mails and campaign meddling russia has been accused of.
who leaked it. evidence points to a 25 year-old federal cure reality lee winter was arrested in georgia. justice department saying honor about may ninth mayor crypted and removed classified intelligence reporting which contained classified national defense information. a few days later winner unlawfully transmit by mail the intelligence reporter to an on line news outlet. it raises questions about the flood of leaks, coming from the nation's intelligence community. >> i don't care if you republican, democrat, it doesn't matter what administration when you have classified information you cannot put that out there because you think it is a good idea. i want people in handcuffs and i want to see people behind bars. >> that has been position of the white house as well, with president trump tweeting last month i have been asking fbi director comey and others from the beginning of my administration to find the leakers in the intelligence community. since that time comey has been fired but he will return here to capitol hill on thursday to tell lawmakers what he knows
about russia and about conversations he had with president trump. there have been talk that the white house might try to block that testimony by invoking executive privilege. administration said yes, this would not, mike and alex. >> well, for leak ago this leaked information to our audience, you will ab rested, authorities are coming up behind you right now. >> they know where i am. >> for sure. >> that is not a green screen. >> look at doug you know where to find me. >> okay, doug. >> that is right come get me. >> bring it. >> see you tomorrow. >> thanks, doug. by the way polls are opened in new jersey. lets check out our shot again. we have not seen one human being walk in the polling& place since 6:00 this morning. >> we are laughing but it is not that funny because this is a big election for governor of new jersey. >> just the governor. >> who will replace governor chris christie. >> wow. >> yeah. >> so it is six democrats, five republicans, and then there is other races too, the state senate, assembly seats.
>> um-hmm. >> now jared is camera person on this camera. jared, you have been showing this shot for now 75 straight minutes have you seen anybody walk in that door just shake your camera left, right, up and down. >> than call hear me. >> we can hear you. >> okay. so, there were six people right before between 6:00 o'clock and 6:10, and then started raining really hard and no one came in, in the entire time it was raining hard and until maybe about 10 minutes ago we had one more person come in and go. >> do you have footage of that person. >> i do, i rolled on it. >> nothing gets by jared. >> what is that commercial. >> it has to be jared. >> it can only be jared.
>> it has to be jared. >> or what. >> jared should know this what is that commercial. >> that is it, i got it at jared, yeah. >> no, there is a song, it had to be jared. >> oh, yeah, the end it has to be jared. >> thank you, jared. >> yes. >> we will check back with you >> i love it when jared sings. >> sue, there was this one time jared did karaoke for my birthday and it was amazing. >> yes, frankie valley there. you can see rain to the north of us, after this rain moves through our area we will get some of this wrap around moisture so don't think we are finished for rest of the day, once this line of very heavy downpours moves through and it is now crossed over the river into new jersey and into central delaware. we will zoom in on a couple of neighborhood here where it is raining pretty heavily and it is moving through quickly as well. look at mount laurel with the yellow there raining heavily
there and worse around allaway creek and pine island in southern new jersey and then we head in the dover area of delaware, heavy downpour as well, and this continues on and off throughout the rest of the day, it stays pretty cloudy, we might see a peak of sunshine here and there but don't leave the umbrella, bring it with you where ever you go because pop up showers or then are storm could happen for the rest of the day to day high temperature of only 67 today, 60's tomorrow with stubborn cloud into the 70's on thursday and friday, and by saturday and sunday we're in the 80's and don't forget, 101.1 more fm our weather authority forecast on the radar, all morning long. >> what is the name of the radio station. >> more fm. >> 101.1. >> i bet on more fm they may play this jingle every now and then. >> it can only be jared. >> it can only be jared. >> i was right. >> yes.
>> oh, no. >> he is always doubting me. >> i thought it was like bob, i'm sorry. >> she's on a roll. >> she is. >> i'm on fire. >> yes. >> so let me put her out if that is the case i'm always burning, baby burn, baby burn. >> disco inferno. >> live look at the schuylkill expressway jammo from end to end. it looks like rain, turned valve off here but look at the sky, everything is soaking wet , i-95 not raining we're in& jammo mode from cottman in through girard avenue coming in from new jersey. big puddles every where, into the 42 freeway. weather deays at philly international, check with the airline arrival and departure delays at the moment, all the way up into the new york area and new england. it will just create a domino effect for air travel throughout the rest of the day almost, now 50 minutes south on i-95, 40 on that eastbound
schuylkill expressway and water main break from yesterday in abington so local detour, off of edge hill and brad field road and that tractor trailer, westbound right here near lehigh university causing delays at exit 67, mike and alex, back to you. so mike what did the fill does last night. >> the phillies, they w... they w... they won. >> wow. >> they actually made history last night, nobody got to see it because nobody was there. but tommy joseph hit a licensing two run home run, but here's the big thing. by the way phillies won 11- four. i know atlanta braves stink. but our center fielder who was about to be sent down to triple a became the first philly ever to have two doubles in three straight games. he is also the first since
dale earn is in 1952 to hit a home run, and two doubles in consecutive games. >> did you hear me? >> wow. >> history made in atlanta last night. >> if you win, win and make history. >> is it history if nobody was there to see it. >> they are seeing it now. >> that is why we're here. >> if you want to fly this summer... that would be shocking. oh on a airplane. if you want to take a trip this summer i would suggest you buy your ticket on a certain date and freakishly it might be today. caught with his pants full , how many quartz of oil did this man shove into his sweat pants before he got busted. >> did he really think he could walk away like that.
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you do this, all the time, tuesday is best day to book airline tickets. >> but now there are specific dates, on the calendar when you should book the flight. >> i bet lauren cimanetti knows the dates. >> specific to tuesday. one is today, today is cheapest day of the month to fly, sorry. >> but wait, next month, next month is the most, and cheapest day is july 4th the holiday itself. >> and cheapest day and time to bucket flight.
>> tuesday is better day to fly. >> look now for a flight that leaves july 4th. >> yes. >> so tuesday's are the days. >> yes, just remember tuesday. >> july 4th is a pretty good day to fly, i have done that. >> it is day after his birthday. >> um-hmm. >> and everybody is normally, where they are going to be. if you know what i mean. >> they want to be there for the holiday. >> and party every year. and, in his country for the birthday. >> good job,. >> usually an island. >> yes, everybody and little boy in my short pants. i thought fire works celebration were for my birthday. >> it didn't to have do anything. >> just look outside. >> just for you. >> thanks, mom and dad.
>> and then i learned, now i hate them, they lied to me about everything. >> lauren, thank you. >> have a great day, guys. >> you too. >> that is good thing when you have that you always have a party on your birthday. >> hard to get everybody else to come to the birthday. >> july 3rd was a good day to have a birthday. >> he is oiled up, and, apparently has no place to go. look at this guy, how many quartz of oil, did that man, shove into his pants before he got busted. you know what i don't find this that odd, i car a lot of stuff with me every day. >> really. (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood...
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right now? the tough lesson for these teens before they even stepped foot in class. of the posts that got them kicked out of harvard. >> horrific. >> they are unbelievably bad. how did you think, well, maybe you are not thinking at 17. >> smart enough to get into harvard but not smart enough about what that would do. >> not internet smart. >> i don't get it. >> i'll tell you, heavy rain moving through, it is national yoyo day. can't forget that. bus stop buddy, hopefully you took his advice and brought the gear with you. still raining in philadelphia. we have heavier rain now moving through, around cumberland county in new jersey and then down the ac expressway, toward the shore, and then central delaware getting that heavy rain as well. visibility is getting better in some places, worse in others, so, up in the mountains now it is pretty foggy and down at the shore. our puddles eased up but not
completely gone in olde city. 61 degrees as a result of the downpours that came through and i don't think we will get out of the 60's today. we have showers on and off throughout the rest of the day and high temperature around 67 e pop up showers and storms later on in the day bob kelly. >> 7:31. rough go rolling out of the driveway, live look at 422, toward king of prussia all majors are in grid lock even the benny backup from the tolls up into downtown here, at eighth and vine. same deal coming from south jersey, headlights, wipers are still on but as sue mentioned that downpour is moving closer to the shore. leaving behind though 10 minute delays on all septa subway surface trolleys, 15 minute delays on the market frankford line. travel times 51 minutes south on i-95 and even 40 on the schuylkill expressway and weather delays at philly international will be with us for rest of the day. so check with the airline if you intend to fly out of
philadelphia today. back to you. day two of the bill cosby trial starting to get in the norristown but look who showed up with bill cosby, his former co-star, she played rudy, on the cosby show. that is keisha knight pulliam. lets bring in ken rottweiler, so what, why. that just didn't happen, by happenstance. >> it didn't, it was staged. i don't think it was good. >> why. >> when i saw it, you know what i said, where is his real wife, like. why wasn't his real live wife walking with him. >> because it is so hard to say. >> that is right. >> true. >> well, we brought this up and steve has been reporting on this and he put out thought maybe she will be a possible witness or called and therefore she cannot be. >> camille the wife. >> well, i think she can still be there even if she's called as a witness. >> you are allowed to hear other peoples testimony. >> there hasn't been any motions to have her sequestered out of the
courtroom. i have not heard anything about why camille was not there. silence by lawyers as to why she's not there. >> it is not a rule then if you are a witness in the trial or proceedings that you can be in there and hear other peoples testimony about the current case. >> if is there a motion by other side to keep you out then judge would have to rule on it. but there were opening. she's allowed to hear opening. and she wasn't there. what i say when i saw rudy, i said boy, and felicia rashadd his tv wife wasn't there also. to me it was confusing. i necessity it was staged. i don't know if it gave points >> we will put your head in their head, why would you want this optics, sympathy. >> yes, to show that he has support, to somebody from his past. >> a female. >> a female, young female says i support him so everybody else should support him. to some people it will play well. i didn't think it played well. >> lets talk about kelly
johnson. we understand that she gave testimony yesterday. >> who is kelly johnson. >> from 1996 incident when she claims that bill cosby did the same thing to her, that gave her pills, drugged her and sexually molested her. >> that is show of pattern and practice that is what bill cosby does. >> in one of the previous hearings we have been covering it seems like there has been so many but in one i thought that they, the judge didn't allow the others, so they did hear more so why was she allowed as opposed to the other woman. >> he didn't allow 50 because he thought that would be overwhelming and too prejudicial but still allowing in that legal premise there is a pattern and practice. 's loud one. he could after loud five, 10, 30 or 60. he decided on one. >> so she represents 59 other woman. >> that is exactly right. >> that is what she represent. >> trial is bogged down with 60 people. >> i think do we think that the jury has heard about all these other 50 or 60 people? it is impossible in america
for any jury to not have heard that one witness is more powerful then just one witness >> yeah. >> you know, i listened to some of the testimony yesterday, so they think that this kelly johnson, that her mom, who she talked to about what happened, might have to take the stand today but i noticed, lets go back to andrea constand. this is who the trial is about she and bill cosby talked to each other on the phone 72 times back and forth and she initiated 53 of those, majority of those calls. what difference does that make >> it makes a big difference. >> even if calls with somebody , it is not good to drug them. >> we're debating this case every day. my office we are debate willing it. my partner dan said let me ask you something, there was 72 even if calls that went on between cosby and constand after the supposed sexual abuse. she called him andrea constand called cosby 53 times. this is his argument.
it doesn't sound like she got sexually abused. why would you call your abuser 53 times on the telephone. i think that is a pretty good argument. doesn't that make sense to you >> if he was already her mentor she felt intimidated, maybe she felt like she had to keep, she felt pressure. >> i agree with you. >> that will be the prosecution argument. andrea constand will be asked that question. >> why did you keep calling him. >> if i was prosecution that is one of the first questions i had ask. tell the jury why you called him 53 times. >> that sexual abuse stuff you get confused and is there so many layers. >> he had power over her. he could affect her future. he had a lot of power. when she get on the stand and explains it, i think it will be a wash. >> do you think, rudy, keisha. >> yes. >> pullia.m. >> is she back today. >> she may be back. if she's here to support him that sy two weeks.
>> cosby seemed for being there for him and wite this is she bass there. we do have that is. >> thank to you brilliant spell man alumni. show. >> let me just the prosecution has to convinceaudience of 12. defense is playing to the all they are to convince is one person. as giving his opening, he is looking for or she is loo omrow.and say there is >> good to see>> thanks, ken. >> we have to take a quick
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it was okay. >> i just think going in the ocean, people think it is salt water and that heels. there is critters in there. >> and gulf of mexico is not salt water that is where he went into. >> yes. >> just the bacteria in the water no matter salty or not. >> you can go in, as close as chesapeake bay and get oysters that have, the bacteria in it. the key here is that a heavy drs liver was not working well. that is within of the conditions that can lead to this kind of septic shock and death. >> overall, if you get a tattoo don't go in the water. >> keep it dry, nice and antibiotic ointment, up. >> yes >> i wonder fur friend is taking bats. >> hopefully now. you can take a bath. >> no, you don't soak it, you don't take a bath. you>> bacteria in my bathtub.
>> you have fox 29, somewhere and i would not sit in in the tub after you have had that on there, thone we love that emblem. >> where is it, where is the emblem, mike. >> i know this. i'm his doctor. >> only my doctor know where it is. >> all right. >> twenty-nine has significance. good day, it is tuesday, june 6th, i'm not sure i get that. >> there is a two and a nine involved. >> it is june the sixth 2017. tears and a lot of tense moments. first day of the bill cosby trial wraps up with emotional testimony from an alleged victim. today, more to come, why the next witness to take the
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>> all right. that was lenny cravats. reading that lenny cravats song together with the bill cosby trial, go. >> ex-wife is lisa bonet, lisa bonet played bill cosby's daughter on the cosby show. >> also in the different world as well. >> yes. >> yes. >> what was her character's name. >> oh, my gosh. >> vanessa. >> no, that was >> denise. >> denise. >> denise. >> yes. >> okay. >> her older sister.>> that is d it out, and then raven simon came later. >> yes. >> okay. we have our number of the day, we had heavy rain moving through and then rain starts again. get used to it. that is rest of the day. chance of rain continuing, bus stop buddy says make sure you
still have the rain gear all day long on this national yoyo day, toms river now getting the rain, so is millville, new jersey heavy downpours there. and yeah, look up to the north and west around lehigh valley, more rain coming in. that is the deal, for the rest of the day. we might see a break every once in a while but generally cloudy. 61 degrees. that is why we will not get out of the 60's today. we are expecting a high of 67 with occasional showers and pop up thunderstorm or two for good measure. will we warm up? of course. wait until you see how high, in the seven day forecast, bob kelly. tuesday morning problems continuing on outer drive is close number eight. these accidents happen as our area rolled across south vee
west on the pennsylvania valleye inte out toward king of prussia 10 minute delaysca surface trolleoad, disabled iwe are looking at 50 e sdeuylkill and i-95 coming into bill cosby'l assault trial is entering d appe courtroom in the the 8:00 o'clock hour now, steve. >> reporter: 8t to point out wa. her and two other people who alleged they we and they are not testifying but they the rest of the victims. th them as shown.
yesterday.e out public lip bill wositness because we are awaiting a judge. the prosecutor wants to cal the 60her similar eight befriended r and then in 1996. of course she vigorous cross-examination and then after that ended there wawhether her mother could be called. why does the prosecutor want to call her mother because mother will say hey she told me bit right afterward. she's not just making this up or coming forward suddenly but that is how it came out publicly. that why is they want to call her. why does defense keep her away into keep that story that they broke down and cross-examination in peoples mind from getting any stronger in the jury's mind.
they will say mother whatever she says will be hearsay. that is the question. other big question as cosby arrives will be with him to support him today, ken rottweiler he didn't address this but just talking to lawyers when you have people come up and you don't want camille behind you when you have an opening statement like brian mcmonigal said he will say he is an serial adulterer like did he yesterday because jury will focus on camille's face and her reaction and wonder why she stayed with cosby even if these were all consensual acts with all these women why is she with him and does she have any credibility afterward. maybe why you didn't see her yesterday and we may see her today, alex and mike. >> all right. we will shall see, camera ready to go. >> many people wondering will keisha knight pulliam, the tv daughter will be there or will someone else be there showing support. >> we will find out in 30 minutes. police in germantown are investigating after a video circulated on facebook to show
a man with the mental disability being attacked. you can see the man just standing there and being punched in the face by one of the teenagers and moments later he is hit by a second kid. incident occurred on chelten avenue on the victim for that this is a earlier this morning because we have been checking in all morning. >> hold on. >> there is a voter going in. >> someone else pulling in, i love this. >> wow, rapidly too. >> it was raining. so i'm sure that effects turnout at that time. >> right. >> we weren't seeing many people, so there is another one. >> another man walking in. >> remember this is a big race for state's next governor. six democrats and five republicans are hoping to replace chris christie when his term end. state senate and assembly seats. polls will close tonight at 8:00. all right.
get this a new study from harvard university has found that men become less sexist when they have daughters of their own. >> study found more exposure that different from them the more that you becomed. those with daughtersof 124 perce congress with congress vote more liberally. an ceo's with daughters spend more time on social causes. >> let me just soak in that see search for a second. >> you have daughters. >> i have two daughters. >> i think it is true. >> yes. >> there is a throw back tuesday. >> look at that. >> yeah. >> i love your hair. >> that is back when i had george michael thing going. >> yes you got to have faith. >> oh, then and then i
transitioned in to that guy. >> you still look good. >> it effects your view of other woman because you see your daughter in them. she could be my daughter. >> no question. >> remind me what my daughter is like. >> hopefully it has affected my behavior, my treatment of woman over the years. >> has it. >> hopefully. >> it either has or hasn't. >> keith, seriously. >> i say hopefully. >> maybe people watching who don't have that same belief. >> that your behavior is un affect. >> yeah, maybe. >> hopefully it has. >> yes. >> hopefully. >> do you think i'm sexist. >> what? >> no, no. >> what a great reaction. >> no, that is horrible. >> coughing in my face. >> i may be diseased. >> no, you are very caring, very caring person. >> but you do a lot for others
you do. >> sometimes i do it for shock value. >> you do love your shock value. >> keith thinks i'm crazy keith thinks everyone is crazy >> turf watch that shock value stuff because people don't understand it. >> your humor. >> speaking of what happened yesterday on the show you brought up the fact that halle berry looked like she was pregnant. >> it was being discussed by several news outlets, yes. addressed it yesterday. >> yes, she did. >> she gave a pretty witty response to all of the focus on her belly. we will see what halle had to say about holley. okay. so you get accepted to harvard , and before you even get there, move in the dorm, do they have dorms at harvard? probably pretty fancy. harvard kicks you out because of something you posted on
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good morning everybody. all of the nasty weather that rolled through all morning long leaving behind big delays at the airport. philly, boston, my aim all running with delays this morning. check with the airline if you intend to fly and not just this morning but throughout the day, as well. here we go southbound i-95
trying to get to the airport we are jammed from academy all the way into center city coming from new jersey, same deal. there is skies, big storm, that rolled through our area headed down toward the shore and beaches and then north on the new jersey turnpike an accident northbound near exit number eight that is hightstown, been tying traffic up for most of the morning with the outer drive being closed and how long is rain going to hang out. sue has it in 15. we have a sneeze index which isn't too bad the next couple of days. it has been worse, this spring but for today, tomorrow, thursday we are expecting medium levels of the oak tree pollen and grass as well. friday will be back to high. lets get back to the rain, not
only the area ofberks county win in the southern part of the cumberland county as well to the jersey shore and with the rain sneak nothing to cape may county and lewis, delaware as well. so we will stay mostly cloudy, 67 degrees. more scattered showers throughout the rest of the kay staying in the 60's on wednesday. thinking this is chilly for june, just wait. seventy's on thursday and friday. eighty's on saturday and sunday. and 92 degrees, mike and alex, on monday of next week after 67 today. >> i just can't imagine what a difference a week makes. >> what a difference a week makes. >> all right. lets get into this. ten students who were admitted to harvard university are, they already got kicked out and they have not even attended harvard yesterday. >> the schools paper called
harvard princeton said they are caught sharing memeness a private facebook group. it wasn't just a facebook group bt official class facebook group for people attending in the fall this was for all of the questions to get to know each other. some posted fun at holocaust, they were sexually explicit, targeted ethnic group and also woman. harvard officials found out and rescinded their acceptance , telling 10 incoming students you can go anywhere else but you can't go there. >> well, lisa gerber is an attorney and she knows all about cyber social. >> social media you are an expert in this. >> yes. >> we have been saying this for years, be careful what you post and make sure you scrub it clean before you apply to a school or a job. >> she is kid did not pass my test which is you can show it to your nan a they posted meme
s this was an off shoot of an official harvard group and also for the class of 2021. they posted these offensive photos and messages to each other. harvard found out, college admissions found out. they reserve the right to revoke admission based on morality, honesty, maturity and that is what they did here >> some of them were just really bad taste jokes. >> they weren't even funny some people might find them fun any a way. they are so off color though. >> this is the problem. kid don't realize you cannot delete anything from the internet. once you post it now kid are getting phones when they are 13, 14, once you powe on facebook, twitter that is there to stay and you really have to understand google yourself, see what comes and if is there an old blog or a photo whatever it is, really look at your profile and see if it is professional does it put you in your best light and
you want your best foot forward with this virtual pro tile. >> do you think hey i did what i had to do to get in the harvard. they gave me my acceptance letter. >> oh, yeah i completely agree and part of that is understanding that these admission officers chechen after you are admitted and that is part of the problem do these students who got in the harvard? do they have admission force yale or princeton or penn? probably and maybe those universities will to have deal with this later on. >> is there fine print on a application to a university. >> definitely. >> that says we can boot you. >> definitely. now 35 percent of college admission officers are looking at social media. this is an established piece of admittance. you have to put your best foot forward pro actively and after you are admitted. >> you are right you have to worry about this really young. >> it is not just college, what if you are applying for a job later on. >> don't want to cleanse
everything, don't delete yourself from the internet because that also looks suspicious. you just want to put your best foot forward. >> wonder what kind of conversation do they have with their parents. mom, dad i'm not going to harvard. >> it had to be rough. >> eighteen years we have struggled to get into harvard and we gave it up. >> you have to be careful with what you post. >> i'm trying to think of the stuff thank god there wasn't a posting back when i was trying to get into college. >> it would have been bad. >> oh, lord. >> can you imagine a teenage mike. >> that is something. >> you don't to have imagine that far, do you. >> good to see you how are things in your life. >> fantasticky follow you on instagram. >> you are very appropriate. >> yes. >> professional. >> yes. >> lead by example. >> so boring. >> stop it.
lots get into that debate, different things, all the time , sleep in the same room, you shouldn't sleep in the same room with your baby. let's listen to this latest thing you may lose sleep if you share a room with your baby. so new research shows, baby may also be losing sleep. infants age six months and older actually lose 40 minutes of sleep per night if they sleep in the same room, as their parents. experts say average nine month-old sleeping alone, gets 10 and a half hours of sleep per night but baby sharing a room gets only nine hours and 47 minutes. >> that is not that much difference. >> they need all the time they can get. >> okay. >> because they are four times more likely to be taken in the parents bed at night.
study was public in the journal of pediatrics. >> baby is right in the same room you have a tendency to get up, take them out and put them in the bed with you. but you have for careful with that too. >> my parents never had me in their bed. they were raising six children in a two bedroom home with one bathroom. i was never cuddled in their bed. >> so what did you do, did you cuddle with your pillow. >> i just cried in my downstairs bedroom. >> you had your own bedroom. >> it was on the finish side of the basement but it wasn't a bedroom. it was just out in the opened. >> did you have a bed. >> yes there was a bed, it was a single bed. >> at lee you had your own bed >> hade to get up in the morning and put my bear feet on the cold floor of the basement, and then had to go upstairs to the bathroom. >> i would really like to talk
tour siblings and see what life was like growing up. >> if you talk to my four sisters you spoiled rotten little creep, and momma's boy. you will meet this young man no stranger to the hospital this delaware teenager was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at the age of three weeks. his name is michael. not letting it get stopped here in life. he is running half marathons but involved in competition abe we want to vote for him we need your vote. it takes a lot of people to make a good school day.
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red. >> i think that the defense was over the top, shouting at her and trying to confuse her but she knows what she says is her truth about what happened and she stuck to it and was not intimidated by him. i think the defense, you know, by being, trying to be so theater, and basically shouting at the witness didn't do himself or his client any favors... >> that is attorney gloria all red at the trial in norristown, montgomery county, she's representing andrea constand, she is's. and, in the trial. >> kelly johnson, one of the accusers. one of the 60. >> we have a live camera at the courthouse, bill cosby, yesterday arrived at 8:40 and right now 8:31. we will take you live as soon
as we see him, for day number two. >> will be here today we will find out in 10 minutes as alex said. 8:31. delaware teen with cystic fibrosis made it his mission to raise awareness about the condition this kiddies unbelievable. he wants your vote, not your sympathy. >> ♪ >> michael caruso davis is no strange tore hospitals. he was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis when he was just three years old. michael's lungs operated at 75 . he had to put on a vibrating vest several times a day to help break up mike news his lungs in addition to the 40 pills he takes daily. determined not to let his condition define him he took up running and completed the new york city half marathon. >> yeah, michael. >> yes. >> the 14 year-old got the attention of the boomer esia son foundation which raises reyou search fund in hopes of finding a cure and
now he is a finalist to be boomer's athlete of the year. we will explain what the boomer athlete of the year is all b good to see you, my man. >> hi. >> plus you have great hair. >> thank you. >> you do. >> that is in the a wig or anything. >> mike. >> that is real hair. >> yes. >> he is jealous of you. >> very jell us we had young people with cystic file breast on the show, before. are you, i have said you wear that vet. >> yes. >> what does that do. >> you put it on and i plug a hose into it and it blows hair and it shakes and vibrates you >> inside your lungs. >> yes. >> as a child i have seen children being flipped over and beaten on their back by their parents. >> is there eight different spots around their chest and back an inside that we would do as a infant and pound on him. around three he was airing to wear vest and ha been wearing that ever since. >> we have put the vest there
exactly like the one you wear. >> how often do you put that on. >> two times a day when i'm feeling good and when i'm sick four times. >> it gets that mucus out. >> yes. >> knowing you have to do that at lee two times a day did you think he would be an athlete. lot at things he is doing. >> he is incredible. ever since he was young he was always active. his passion is lacrosse and running. he just completed new york city half mar then. later this year in august he will run an 18-mile run in long beach island and then in september he has a sprint triathlon coming up as well. >> yes. >> i'm exhausted just listening. >> doesn't that hurt your lungs. >> it can sometime, yes. >> do you just push through it >> i push through. >> do you wear your vest while running. >> no, it plugs in the wall. >> so you can do 13 miles without the vest. >> correct. >> how many medication do you
take a day. >> i swallow over 40 pills throughout the day and vest and breathing treatments. >> is there a cure. >> there is in cure for cystic fibrosis. over last couple years we have made great stride and cf research for the first time in cf history more than 50 percent have crossed over the age of 18. so we're very excited about these stats and we hope they keep climbing. >> not only are you doing these things but you are up for something big. tell us what you are up for. >> many in nateed for boomer e siason athlete of the year. >> is that because of all of the stuff you have done. >> last year i was his athlete of the month. >> lets remine everybody boomer is. >> quarterback in the nfl. >> he has a cystic fibrosis foundation, his son has cystic fibrosis and he is in his 20's last year i was nominated for athlete of the month. all athlete of the months are now chosen to be athlete of the year. >> are you only one from delaware.
>> yes. >> how do we get you to be number one. >> what do we have to do. >> if we can put link to vote on your facebook page as well as web site and viewers can go out there and vote for michael dave is. >> how dong can we have. >> they say you can vote once a day, for some people it is working more but once a day voting and only through facebook. you have to have a facebook account in order to vote. if they go tour page on facebook they will fine a link an vote right from there. >> tonight at midnight.t day to. >> and then what >> yes, it is tomorrow, and winner gets a trip, two entriesn in the race in new yorkd, of co. >> either way you are our athlete of thesh i don't have cystic fib a couple
le the block. >> lon. >> that is swimming. running. >> mom, do you get concerned about hoi don't get concern. proper precautions and activitytact with his medical does it help >> he feels good doing it it. >> nice to mee. you haven't national yo in olde city, 61 and for less of t or two of sunshineut a high of thee storms bombing up. it ishere's the cool bob you
will mention it will get hot422. heavy rain moved out but delays are still here. upward of 40 minutes prussia. is there travel i-95 schuylkill expressway... desk, mining mike and alex. >> as expect bill cin norristowl was he joking aroundhe je arounm people smiling and he doeshave pulliam. they walk arm and armo not byofs there. yesterday he waseys. >> but attorneys might be >> so yesterday. to ask.listen and see if they
>> let's listen. >> how are you doing today? where is your wife? >> ask the same question where is your wife? some people were surprised camille, his wife for so many years, did not accompany him for opening statements in the trial. we heard from gloria allred who repesents andrea constant n a quick interview here she said that she doesn't believe that camille cosby will ever show up over two week period. >> she's on the prosecution side. she would not know, that is her opinion. >> so we will bring you more updates and we will take a break right now.
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we have just learned al pacino will play joe paterno, pacino is paterno in a new hbo film about the jerry sandusky case. variety newspaper and magazine reports that the film will be directed by barry levinson big time hollywood director and the film will she how jerry sandusky scandal challenged paterno's legacy, al pacino. i can see that, similar look, and, any given sunday. >> plus with make up, and all that. >> one of the biggest made, anyn sunday, playing a coachlang a c. >> american grit the big star is john cena.>> that is right. >> we have a couple of en can >> jen is auditions this morning on "good day merican grit. here she is.
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things are looking good in wood lock in the pocono mountains, but before you play nine or 18 holes take a look at what is going on radar, because we had our heavy rain moving through the area but new we are seeing, earlier that wrap around moisture moving in, and more rain and you can see it in berks county heading toward yep, philadelphia we may see a few peaks of sunshine but there is still, rain in there and palmer ton, richmond, reading, about to get rain. there is heavy stuff barnegat and long beach and then we get down into cape may county, dennis, sea isle city, stone harbor getting steady rain as well. at lee visibility has improved but walking out the door temperatures in the 60's and they will replane there today
and tomorrow but look at this warm up as we head in the weekend. eighty's after 70's on thursday and friday and then by monday it is probably going to be about 92 degrees. then it will feel like summer. >> you know, i give and talk trash with jen fred over the years but she is a very fit human. did you see her doing push-ups >> have you seen her calf muscle. >> they have their own zip code. >> she might be able to make it on american grit. >> all right. let's bring it down. this is it. you're willing -- going in. >> backup we will go. >> and the fun. >> wow. >> all smiles. >> not too bad, you made it through the first trip how about another one. >> original title was torture and now it is american grit. there is jen.
>> you guys did that over and over again for 20 minutes. >> right. >> yes. >> i'm assuming you both got through. >> yes. >> maybe. >> yes. >> maybe. >> but both got through. >> maybe. >> is there teams are you on the same team on the show. >> maybe. >> that is their favorite word >> maybe you are a u.s. army veteran, thank you for your service. >> thank you. >> you know what grit is. >> yes i have said you come up with something good and what are we go to go do. >> we are going to do planks with feet up on the tire with our hand submerged in ice water. >> so my arms will be farther in. >> stop talk let's do this. >> everybody in. >> early prediction who will last longest. >> you. >> really. >> now there is no $250,000 prize at the end of this.
>> no. >> you get tank top, show premiers sunday night. let's do this. >> we are all ready, and then we will go in with the same time. >> get them in there. >> wow. >> how does that feel. >> it is not as bad as i thought it would be. >> just wait. >> wow. >> come on. keep that planning form. squeeze your core. this is mental, physical grit, ladies, let's go. >> are you going to quit. >> i don't know what the pain is but i love it.
>> you don't sign wafers. are you going to stop. >> are you weak. are you mentally weak. >> come on, jen. >> hang in there. >> wow. >> look at how strong she is. >> she's out. >> what about shiny pants is she still in. >> two left. >> stay up. >> jen looks strong. >> lot jen. >> she's chilling over here. >> are you feeling all right. >> i'm owe kay. >> don't drop off, lets go. >> she looks like he has been in an accident. >> two minutes. >> my god.
>> don't you quit. >> can we please go to commercial break. >> we don't have any advertis ers anyore. >> that is her plan. >> don't you lose. >> two minutes. >> let them off the hook it is a tie. >> yes. >> we have declared it a tie. >> shiny pants. >> here's what i have to say, if gigi, if gigi makes it through this first episode and scarlet, we will do this again >> how do you think we did. >> absolutely a 10. >> some people cannot hold a planning let alone with their hand in ice buckets.
>> so see you guys in 2018. >> that is what american grit is all about sunday night here on fox. >> make sure you're watching. >> looks intense. >> sit ever okay to tell white lies if you are in a close relationship with someone. >> pennsylvania -- apparently some married couple say absolutely. we have a list of lies it is owe contact to tell each other >> it has 22 white lies that it is okay to tell. >> do you want to go through some of them. >> yeah. did you hear about halle berry she spoke out about those pregnant i rumors. >> who started those rumors. >> that is up for debate but some say i did. what are you doing?
trenton an alert here for you. the city of trenton is under a boil water advisory. there is a water quality issue , and officials are urging all residents to stop using water immediately, for any purpose without bringing it to a boil first. wow. wonder what the deal is, water main break or something? i mean, everybody in trenton is not supposed to use any water for any purposes until further notice. break back in the 9:00 o'clock hour.
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