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making news in america this morning -- breaking overnight, severe weather hitting several states right now. large hail, dangerous lightning and high winds causing damage. the new video coming in and where the weather threat is today. chasing delegates. ted cruz and bernie sanders are gaining ground with wins over the weekend and donald trump is getting frustrated, blasting his party's process. we're live in washington. caught on camera, a burger joint burglarized. the man accused of breaking in, helping himself to dinner. and an epic collapse at the masters. jordan spieth falls apart, misses out on back-to-back wins. good monday morning.
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i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. we begin with breaking news, tornado watches are in effect as severe weather hits several states. >> moving through oklahoma. this as damage along the texas border. wind gusts up to 90 miles an hour, leaving piles of rubble where buildings once stood. >> that's large hail pounding a home just outside oklahoma city. the severe weather hit after the sun went down. we have new video this morning showing constant flashes of lightning as those storms moved in. >> and images like this coming out of kansas. hail covering a deck south of wichita. >> looking at the radar, you can see that line of storms in kansas and oklahoma. those storms are now moving east into arkansas and missouri. turning now to politics and the countdown to new york, just eight days to go before the candidates battle it out for the next big prize. >> bernie sanders clinched a victory over hillary clinton and
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ted cruz finished up his sweep of colorado's 38 delegates and donald trump returned to the campaign trail after an unusually quiet week. it's "your voice, your vote." lana zak joins us with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. great to be with you on your first show. with this exciting campaign season. a new poll out today asked who most americans most trusted to make america great again is hillary clinton. something that donald trump is likely to dispute. >> we're really in an unfair system. >> reporter: donald trump is bristling at the suggestion that ted cruz, john kasich, or even a noncandidate like paul ryan, could win the gop nomination at the convention. campaigning in new york, trump imagined what the state would have looked like if he had become governor. >> you would been fracking. >> reporter: the editorial
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board at the boston globe also imagining a future with donald trump in charge could look like, publishing a fake page. while on the democratic side -- hillary clinton said the vision of her republican challengers is delusional. >> they're not really held to a standard of reality, it's an alternative universe they inhabit. >> reporter: former president bill clinton stroke a different tone on criminal justice reform. >> we overdid it by putting too many nonviolent offenders in jail for too long. >> reporter: while bernie sanders took a different walk at coney island. enjoying the roller-coaster ride. >> the one that goes -- >> reporter: the roller-coaster ride of this campaign, no less exhilarating for bernie sanders who says momentum is on his side even if the delegate math isn't. >> lana, an exciting eight days ahead in new york. thank you. let's head overseas where secretary of state john kerry is making a historic visit to
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hiroshima, japan, he became the most senior u.s. official to travel to the city where the u.s. dropped an atomic bomb toward the end of world war ii. he spoke this morning. >> obviously, my visit to hiroshima has a very special meaning about the strength of the relationship, the journey we have traveled together since the difficult times of the war. >> president obama visits japan next month, still no decision has been on whether he'll become the first u.s. president to visit that same memorial. some revelations are coming to light in the investigation of the brussels terror attacks. they come from mohamed abrini who says he's the man in the hat seen on surveillance video at the airport. officials said that he said brussels wasn't the terror cell's original target. their plan called for another round of attacks in france. but they forced into action because they felt investigators
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were closing in on him. abrini has been formally charged. a naval officer has been charged as well with espionage accused of passing secrets to foreign governments. possibly china or taiwan. the lieutenant commander was arrest eed eight months ago but his name just become public during a pretrial hearing. he emigrated from taiwan when he was 14 and he became a u.s. citizen eight years ago. as his two terms wind down, president obama is reflecting on the past eight years in the white house. spoking with fox news anchor chris wallace, he was asked what he considered his worst mistake as president. >> probably failing to plan for the day after what i think was the right thing to do in intervening in libya. >> president's referring to the capture of libyan leader gadhafi. although president obama says he thinks the intervention went as well as it could have.
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the sports note, the golf season's first major championship turned into an epic meltdown. >> it was tough to watch. last year's winner jordan spieth ran into trouble on the 12th hole at augusta national. he put it in the water twice. part of an eight-shot slide from which he couldn't recover. englishman danny willett took advantage, shooting the low round of the day. in the end, willett beat spieth. >> the whole thing ended with a rather strange green jacket presentation. spieth looked like he was being sick while helping willett into the green garment. >> and he had to do that ceremony twice. >> he didn't seem to be too happy to be participating there. coming up -- speeders be wear, police cars may be harder to spot. and a former nfl player shot and killed in an apparent road rage incident. tributes for the victim pour in.
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plus, a real-life hamburglar, a man allegedly goes into a restaurant and fires up the grill.
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i feel like a fish with no water. learn how to prevent your child's next asthma attack. because even one attack is one too many. a pilot is recovering from serious injuries after this crash in a neighborhood on long island. the piper aircraft apparently developed engine problems just after takeoff and was trying to return to the airport when it crashed. the pilot was able to avoid hitting any homes. but he's in bad shape, with two broken legs and a head injury. his passenger is expected to be okay. this morning, new arrests after a temple fire in india killed more than 100 people. an illegal fireworks show touched off the blaze.
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those who managed to escape described the scene as complete chaos and panic. nearly 400 people were hurt. five members of the temple board have been arrested. they could face serious criminal charges. the experts all agree gas prices are accelerating upwards. one survey says the national average is up 8 cents in the past three weeks, others say it's 16 cents in the past month. everyone puts the national average just over $2 a gallon of self-serve regular. refineries are switching to a more expensive summer blend. okay, so, watch out speeders, ford is offering harder to spot flashing lights for the police suv. these are built near the top of the windshield as you can see there. and unless they're turned on virtually impossible to spot from outside the vehicle. they also don't interfere with a tall driver's view. the box office. movie industry experts say it
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was the closest weekend results, maybe, ever. "the boss" starring melissa mccarthy debuted in first place. "batman v superman" dawn of justice was in second place. and zootopia from our parent company disney, was third. when we come back -- a fitness tracker doing more than counting steps. how a guy's fitbit saved his life. and steph curry and the warriors making history in the nba last night. nba last night. ♪ dogs - sure can be messy. but with nexgard, their flea and tick killer doesn't have to be. nexgard, the vet's #1 choice for dogs, is a delicious, beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks. so it's easy to give, easy to take. reported side effects include vomiting, itching, diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures. why mess around? for powerful flea and tick protection,
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>> police say 34-year-old will smith was shot and killed saturday night in a case of road rage. the gunman who rear-ended smith's car and allegely took his life was 28-year-old cardale hayes. hayes was arrested after remaining at the scene. but his attorney says he was not the aggressor during the incident. >> and also being held is the suspect in the murder of a female student at the university of texas. the homeless 17-year-old was arrested late last week and is now charged with the death of a freshman dance student. her body was found in a creek. the suspect's family said he suffers from mental health issues and probably hadn't been taking medicine to ease his temper. it could be up to a year before a woman on the fbi's most wanted list is extradited to the u.s. she's being held in the mexico city. she faces murder and other charges in connection with the shooting death of a dentist who was dating her ex-boyfriend, when she's sent back to the u.s.
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delgado will face life in prison if convicted. two men are under arrest due to a high-tech security system. the men were caught on camera with while they broke into a home during the middle of the day. the homeowner called the police as they rummaged through the house and they even gave his dog a treat. it didn't take long for officers to sweep in with arms drawn. also caught on camera -- this modern-day hamburglar. this surveillance video shows him after hours inside a burger joint in washington, d.c., actually cooking two cheese burgers. he even toasted the buns while talking on the phone. he even stole some bottled water before leaving. >> we know what he'll be doing in prison. >> he's hungry. >> he'll be cooking up something. a high school english teacher suffered a seizure and wasn't able to talk.
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and the playoffs start on wednesday. >> the nba is not far along yet. last night, there was something of a playoff appetizer. details now from espn. good morning, america. kevin connors. nicole briscoe. we have been talking about it, throughout the balance of the nba season, and we were wondering, could the warriors get to 72 with the chance of getting to 73 on wednesday and the answer is -- >> yes, warriors came into san antonio looking for their 72nd win of the season. warriors down eight, steph curry for three. moments later, warriors in transition, curry, three. warriors down two. later in the third. warriors up one. curry, three. curry, 16 points in the third quarter. and then in the fourth, the warriors go up nine points and they go on to win this game. 92-86. curry finished with 37 points. the road to 73 continues.
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final round play at the masters, jordan spieth the defending champion came into the round with a four-point lead. but on 12 it was a disaster. danny willett the englishman, 28 years old, two putts to par on 18. he wins his first green jacket, ten days after the birth of his first son. it's an amazing story. and now we get to stretch and say you have a good morning. we're going to have a good night and finally get some sleep. >> they're passed out right about that now. >> we totally get that part. up next on the pulse, the mtv movie awards. >> and going viral. the exploding watermelon experiment involving lots of rubber bands and lots of patience. they said it wasn't possible... to make a sunscreen you can apply to wet skin.
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♪ time for "the pulse," and we're going to start with the over-the-top mtv movie awards. >> kevin hart and dwayne "the rock" johnson hosted the show opening by riding through warner brothers studio mad max fact. they opened with a profanity-laced rap. one film that got no love at the oscars, "straight outta compton," took home the award for best true story and jj abrams accepted the best movie honor for "star wars: the force awakens." >> melissa mccarthy became the first woman to win the comedic genius award. i liked straight outta compton. >> you have to realize these are
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the movies that they go to see. well, it had drama and it had suspense and it had viewers. millions of people tuned in to facebook live to see how many rubber bands could be wrapped around a watermelon. >> this was so compelling. watching as the two buzzfeed reporters worked the count. more than 500 rubber bands. >> we should try that around here. >> i wore my white dress for that. >> all attention was far more than buzzfeed expected. it was facebook live's biggest event ever. >> got to love the slow-mo there. it garnered 1,000 comments and
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84 shares during this 45-minute live stream. >> should point out, we had a video of kids doing the same thing and it knocked out the lights in their apartment. >> hazards you don't think about it. 45 minutes that's a long time. >> that is. that took a long time. time you'll never get back. and here's something you probably haven't seen before, the premise one the one over the rest would surely follow. that was the idea behind this little stunt. done with 1200 people on 1200 mattresses. >> they work at a georgia-based company, and this was a team-building exercise. some fun at their annual company meeting. >> by the time it was over, they set a new world record for the largest succession of human mattress dominos. the whole thing took 13 minutes, 38 seconds. >> what happened to trust -- >> no such. >> mattress dominos, instead. more news after this.
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hey, good morning. i'm natasha disbelieves. >> i'm reggie aqui. we're looking at a fatal accident on skyline boulevard. >> reporter: it's right near berkshire. it does have -- the san bernardino pd is there as well as chpd. they have a hard closure, a one-way traffic control in effect. it's blipped off of the chpd log, i believe that's because they've flipped it to san bruno police. first, here's mike with a look at your weather. thank you very much. good morning, everyone, tracking drizzle this morning, not widespread or heavy but enough to need the windshield wipers once or twice. maybe take the umbrella,
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especially in the santa cruz mountains where we'll find a little bit of a better push at least through 7:00. dry air will roll in through noon. through your 12-hour planner, upper 50s at the coast, mid-60s for the rest of us. we'll see the sun set at 7:42. let's get some news. >> lovely to see you back. hey, mike. this morning, the warriors have a lot to smile about, a lot to celebrate. they're back in the bay area with their sights set on history on wednesday night. before the nba playoffs start next weekend. last night they tied chicago bulls record for most wins in a single season with 72. they beat the spurs 92-86, standing a 33-game losing streak there. the warriors handed san antonio their first home loss of the season. all of this means that golden state can set a new record of 73 wins by beating grizzlies wednesday night at oracle arena.
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swears in the moment, enjoying the ride. obviously the goal is to win championships. we've but the ourselves in a great position to end the season with a win and do something no team has done in history. that's an amazing accomplishment. >> the win ensured the warriors will be the first team to go an entire season without losing to the same team twice. no doubt they'll be out in full force, if you can't get a ticket you'll probably be like that guy there at a local bar or restaurant, supporting the team any way you know how. fans last night talked about two things, of course setting the nba record with 73 wins, and also the possibility of winning another larry o'brien trophy. >> the championship is more important. the record is important too. take it from an old bulls fan. >> you take each game,


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