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weighing over 5 tons and getting about 13 miles per gallon, what automobile began being sold to the general public in 1992, 7 years after the first one was produced? >> okay. well, hummers are, like, i mean, that's my-- that's my initial thing. i just don't know if hummers were around in 1992. i want to use my... 50/50. >> okay. final? >> yeah, that's my final. >> all right, let's help courtney out by taking away two incorrect answers, please. escalade and hummer. >> those are the two i thought it could be. [laughs] >> well, you're right. >> well, there we go. thanks. thanks for that. [laughs] i'm going to go with my gut instinct, and i'm going to go with d, hummer.
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that's my final answer. you're killing me. you're killing me, larry. >> i'll just end it then. you're right. you're right! $20,000, courtney. 20 grand! >> i should have gotten-- [horn blares] >> that sound means that time is up for today, but you're still going. at $20,000, you're just two away from $50,000 and six away from the $1 million. courtney is going to be back on "bachelor" fan favorite week next time. thank you for joining us. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you. [cheers and applause] closed captioning sponsored by:
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with its combo of 90s with its combo of 90s nostalgia, pokemon go is the hit of the summer. it seems there are some places that players can't go. >> you have officials at arlington national cemetery that don't want anyone trying to catch virtual monsters among the graves of fallen heros. the cemetery is one of two somber sights that are designated as stops within the game. the others, the holocaust museum which is right now trying to get the landmark removed from the game. >> why are those locations on there? >> i have no idea. >> and why would you go? i don't get it. and minnesota senator al franken has some questions about the game's privacy policies. he sent a letter about questions about users' information. he's concerned that users' personal information might be taken without consent.
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>> despite the safety and privacy concerns, it appears the pokemon go skraz n-- craze is nt cooling down, not any time soon. >> if you can't beat them, join it. that's why one enterprising guy from pittsburgh is apparently now kicking the craze to another level. we have the story. >> reporter: pokemon go, if you haven't heard of it, you soon will. >> what's fun about it? >> for me, it's super nostalgic. i'm 23. i grew up with it in the '90s like in elementary school. >> reporter: the app is a game using geo location and augmented reality. >> it would be nice to find one. >> reporter: people look from around the world. the creatures have virtual fights and teams form and players compete for points showing their prestige. the game works by chasing the pokemon. they're not always near you. when we were walking through the studio, one just appeared on my hand. totally booked? >> 100% from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. >> reporter: this man is the
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uber of pokemon go. last night he started chauffeuring players around pittsburgh for $10 an hour. >> within an hour my inbox was completely filled up with people that wanted me to take them to find certain types of pokemon. that needed to go to get poke balls. >> reporter: we road along with his guide, jc, and new client, abby, to the south side. >> pokemon came out in 1995. i was 4 1/2. >> we love it. >> reporter: we found dozens of other players all flocking to what's called a lure. >> a lure, one person sets it up, and then that works for anyone in the vicinity. >> reporter: are you playing pokemon go? >> yep. >> you team red or blue? >> blue. >> reporter: larkin hopes to capitalize on the craze hoping to help pokemon go players while picking up some extra cash. sara says she'll stick to her own methods. >> if people are willing to pay for it, that's the open market. they can do that, but just have your friend drive you around or walk. >> reporter: beau berman, pittsburgh action news 4. >> just looking at some of the
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funniest locations where you can find your monsters. one of them was in a toilet. >> wasn't counting on some company while there. >> the business has taken off so much not only are they fully booked but the rates are up to $25. >> brilliant, absolute genius on his part. >> 7.5 million downloads. >> incredible. caused an accident in texas, at texas a&m. a woman saw a monster and just got out of her car and then another car slammed into her. >> getting out of your cars, though >> yeah. it's important. these monsters. >> maybe we need to play. when we come back, why jennifer aniston says she's fed up not with pokemon go but the tabloids. and kim kardashian is at a loss for words when a five-year-old boy asks her a very particular question. "the skinny" is next. r question. "the skinny" is next.
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♪ time now for "the skinny." we start with jennifer aniston not pulling any punches. >> no. she blasted the tabloids and celebrity news media, dispelling the latest round of pregnancy rumors while berating them for talking about a warped standard of beauty.
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>> she wrote that the stalking and objectification she's experienced for decades now perpetuates a dehumanizing view of females where a women's value is determined by her physical appearance and marital and maternal status. >> "huffington post" co-founder and president arianna huffington herself was personally involved in publishing this missive with a source saying "we didn't change a word." >> she didn't single out any specific publications but ended her essay with a plea to consumers, stop buying the bull. >> all right. thanks. next, to kim kardashian. an unusual loss for words. >> many often ask why is she famous. one little boy set out to get the answer. >> how are you famous? >> how am i famous? >> yeah. >> that's up for question too. >> so we've been trying to figure that out also, that mini interview was shared by kim herself on snapchat.
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>> she says that's a good question. >> how is she famous? next to the world of sports, and the excitement is building for tonight's espy awards. >> how? this year's -- we're not -- not delve into that more. >> running short on time. >> not sure how i first heard her name. >> this year's excellence in sports performance awards will honor our sister network, espn's commitment to the v foundation for cancer research. the jim v award will be presented to craig sager, sport broadcaster fighting leukemia, and vice president biden will present it to him. >> it's hosted by world heavy weight champion john cena in los angeles. the awards take place tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. >> expected to be at this year's espy awards with an extra big smile on his face. kobe bryant. >> the five-time nba champion and his wife
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have announced they're expecting their third child. the wife took to social media saying they're excited to share that we are expecting our third baby girl. kobe bryant is set to attend tonight's espy awards where he'll get the icon award. >> very cool. and finally, spreading the love across the entire sexual spectrum. the first exclusively gay dating show coming to tv. >> the historically gay channel logo is moving forward with "finding prince charming." think "the bachelorette," only all men. >> okay. the show will be hosted by lance bass. the gay one from n si'synn'sync will include 15 suitors competing for the heart of a heartthrob. >> where have we seen this before? in the final episode, they will choose the ideal mate to commit to an exclusive relationship. >> in case that's possible. >> sounds a little familiar.
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isenberg. >> reporter: it's the heyday of 1930s hollywood. golden age with glitz and glamor. >> are there more beautiful girls in hollywood or new york? >> reporter: a young man in new york looking for his place in the world and trying his hand at show business. >> it's all about ego. the whole town runs on ego. >> i'm bobby. >> reporter: signing up for a second time with woody allen was a no brainer. he edollized the legendary director growing up. what is it about making a film with him that's different from any other -- >> i've never worked with anyone who dwells less on themselves and more on his work. >> reporter: his character romances both blake lively as well as kristen stewart, their third movie together. >> i couldn't ask for a lovelier more responsible actress as a co-star. >> reporter: eisenberg shot to fame with his portrayal as zuckerberg, but his talents go beyond the big screen. he's an accomplished author and
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playwright. as he shows me around the set of his third play, "the spoils," it's clear that not unlike woody allen, eisenberg has that nervous energy, the need to constantly produce. >> if i don't have ten things on the stove, i'm worried that nine of them might not happen. >> reporting from london. >> hard to believe he got his start in "get real" in 1999, that comedy show. >> what network was that? >> i don't know. i don't remember. a long time ago. didn't last long. >> i guess not. and of course he's known for "the social network." i mean, he's written some three plays already. performing in london. >> and he's written for publications, big on writing. and he has a back out, as well. it's called "hiccups and other stories." >> he's written a lot. we didn't necessarily say they're good. >> short story collection.
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good morning, i'm diane ma sado-. >> i'm kendis gibson. coming up -- less than two weeks before the democratic convention, and the party leaders are getting in line behind hillary clinton. bernie sanders has officially backed clinton after their hard fought primary. he joined her at a rally vowing to do everything that he could to help defeat donald trump. >> and donald trump is showcasing another potential running mate. indiana governor mike pence gave an introduction at a rally in his home state. trump is playing coy about who will join him on the ticket. much more coming up. there are places that pokemon go players are not welcomed. officials at the arlington national cemetery and holocaust museum asked users to stay away from those locations while playing. and the american league team
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in the world series will have home field advantage this fall because of the a.l. beating the national league last night. those are some of our stories on this wednesday, july 13th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. we're going to start this half hour with presidential politics, and donald trump holding another running mate audition for the world to see. >> indiana governor mike pence joined donald trump on the campaign trail delivering a fiery attack on hillary clinton while singing trump's praises. >> in new hampshire a show of unity for the democrats as hillary clinton welcomed the endorsement from bernie sanders. the latest now from abc's stephanie ramos. >> reporter: two formal rivals now smiles and standing side by side. >> secretary clinton has won the democratic nominating process. >> reporter: senator bernie
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sanders endorses clinton and says he'll do everything he can to make sure she wins the election. >> hillary clinton will make an outstanding president, and i am proud to stand with her. >> reporter: a spokesperson for sanders has not said he's officially dropping out of the race. despite that, clinton ticking through the issues where the campaigns have come together. minimum wage is one of them. >> sorry, donald, if you're watching. we're not cutting the minimum wage. we're raising the minimum wage. >> reporter: big day for donald trump as he stomps with indiana's governor, mike pence, who is at the top of trump's possible running mate list. >> i often joke you'll be calling up mike pence. i don't know whether he's going to be your governor or your vice president, who the hell knows. >> reporter: pence initially endorsed cruz saying he's committed to donald trump. >> donald trump gets it.
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>> reporter: even house speaker paul ryan says he's anxious to see who donald trump picks as his running mate. clinton will be on capitol hill this week to meet with democrats. back to you. >> thank you. and donald trump is calling on supreme court justice to step down after she bashed him in a series of singeing remarks. she called trump a faker who lacks consistency and criticized him for not releasing his taxes and joked about moving to new zealand if he gets elected. trump called the comments a disgrace and overnight tweeted "justice ginsburg of the u.s. supreme court has embarrass ed all by making very dumb political statements about me. her mind is shot. resign." attorney general loretta lynch refused to offer up details on hillary clinton's emails as she was grilled on capitol hill. she repeatedly frustrated house republicans to directing them to
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james comey. she said she saw no reason not to accept the recommendation. turning to dallas and another somber say as the first of the officers killed last week are laid to rest. their funerals for michael smith and lorne ahrens today, and a public memorial will be held today for officer brent thompson. >> yesterday all five of the men were remembered at an interfaith service where president obama and former president bush spoke along with the dallas police chief who injected a bit of humor among the tears quoting stevie wonder. >> if i fell in love with a girl, i had to dig deep and do stevie wonder. so families, close your eyes and imagine me back in 1974 with an afro and bell bottoms and wide collar. until the day you are me and i am you, now, ain't that loving you? >> your loved one's time with you was too short.
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they did not get a chance to properly say good-bye, but they went where duty called. they defended us. >> i see what's possible when we recognize that we are one american family. all deserving of equal treatment. that's the america i know. but dallas, i'm here to say we must reject such despair. i'm here to insist we're not as divided as we seem. i know that because i know america. i know how far we've come against impossible odds. >> some powerful words from the president in dallas. we should point out that we're learning more about the shooter. sources say he was armed with three weapons, a pistol, a handgun and a rifle. all of the weapons were legally purchased by the shooter either online or at a gun store. investigators have said he planned a much larger attack. and facebook's live stream
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ing feature has once again captured a scene that's difficult to watch. just a week after showing a dying philando castile shot by a police officer, check out the new images. three men sitting in a car in virginia live streaming when they listened to music and were apparently ambushed. in the video, you can hear 30 gunshots in a 22 second span. the camera falls to the floor of the car but continues recording for an hour. the men were rushed to the hospital. police in norfolk are looking for the shooter. business news now, and the dow industrial average opens this morning in record territory. the index gained more than 120 points breaking a previous closing record set 14 months ago. the s&p 500 closed at the highest ever. investigators have shrugged off the initial reaction to the brexit vote, and they're optimistic about the u.s. economy. as part of the hype for prime day yesterday, amazon tweeted fun facts
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about how much the prime customers were buying. for instance, in a single hour they ordered enough memory to hold every item in the library of congress twice. and our favorite, shopping only with voice commands, they bought enough toilet paper to reach all the way to the international space station. nutritional labeling is coming to beer. the major breweries will list calories, carbs, protein, and fat along with alcohol content. no word on when the nutrition information will be appearing. consumer advocates also want ingredients listed. beermakers say they will provide that online or elsewhere. and emirates named the world's best airline. the prized was based on surveys from nearly 20 million travelers. this is the fourth win for them. they also won best in flight entertainment. the awards are handled by the british travel review site, sky tracks. >> and they have a shower on
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board one. >> in coach, the plane, very nice ride. >> that's right. you took it. >> we took it on a trip to sri lanka. the nation's oldest park is back on the job. 94-year-old betty took time off after an intruder punched her. he stole a laptop and jewelry last month. >> the attacker got away with a coin that was given by president obama, and that loss, she said, hurt the worst. >> the experience took something away from me, and i'm still trying to measure that. i don't know what that is except that something is missing now, and something that can be replaced by getting back into my routine. >> the white house says it will replace that stolen coin and friends in the community helped raise about $50,000 to replace some of the other items stolen. >> very cool. she became a park ranger about ten years ago and she's there at a california park. >> she leads tours there as well. >> yeah. very cool. >> multitasking.
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they're facing serious charges. in phoenix, police are searching for serial shooters. they're linked to at least seven killings. >> police released a sketch of a possible suspect. the shootings started in march and have several things in common. they happened on weekend nights, and the victims were shot in front of their homes. there was no clear motive for any of the shootings. police are offering a $30,000 reward. in the nation's capital in the meantime, four special veterans given a hero's honor for keeping american service men and women safe overseas. >> mary bruce reports the honors were long overdue. >> reporter: four veterans came to capitol hill to receive the nation's highest honor for their service and sacrifice. heroic hounds who served with loyalty and the occasional slobber.
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dogs like sergeant fieldy who bravely served four combat tours in afghanistan and his service dog, his number tattooed in his ear. the military says he saved countless lives, sniffing out explosives. he's a lifesaver? >> he is. he brought a lot of people home. brought me home. he keeps me home. >> reporter: including army sergeant wes brown. both injured in the field, now both helping each other off the field. >> i feel safe with him when we go anywhere. >> reporter: mary bruce, abc news, capitol hill. >> and all four of those dogs were awarded the k-9 medal of courage. >> they were created under this aegis for the american humane association. a pretty cool honor. mary was tweeting about it, that she's met many politicians, dignitaries, but this was a high one in her career. >> i like the videos when they're reunited after not
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seeing each other for years and the dogs go ballistic. coming up, adding a little sunshine to your dinner table. >> we'll have quick, easy and tasty ways to enjoy the best of this year's summer produce. you're watching "world news now."
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♪ we are now in the peak season for nature's bounty. if you're like me, that means you walk into the produce aisle and get lost and need a gps to figure out where to go. we have help. our food and lifestyle blogger is here to help with navigating what we can do with the green, red, yellow stuff you
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see in the produce aisles. >> all the colors of the rainbow. we have them here today. a lot of people grow their own produce and all that is good for them. i wish i had a garden. i do. i try to grow a few herbs here and there. if you have a garden or not, anything, you walk into the markets these days and they're bursting with all these fruits and veggies. >> it's like a pride flag in the markets. >> pretty much. today i brought you a salad, soup and cocktail we'll talk about, and these are with beautiful summer veggies and fruits. today this one, a peach kale salad with toasted walnuts and feta cheese. and if you can't find peaches, use apricots or nectarines. and it's topped with a lemon honey vinaigrette. everyone adores. >> and it's pretty healthy. >> crazy healthy. and you have protein from nuts and cheese.
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moving on, we have this farmer's market pasta salad. we toss it in italian vinaigrette. it has seasonal veggies from tomatoes to celery. >> is it easy to make? >> super easy. you boil up the pasta and make the vinaigrette. all the recipes are on the website. it's delicious. we have kale in there. you can do arugula or baby spinach. >> must have a sale on kale. perfect. >> it's usually pretty cheap which is good. it's also the most nutritious thing. and moving on, this is a gluten free, you can use a gluten free pasta. don't fear. this is a quinoa citrus. >> the grain of the moment. the it grain. >> can i tell you something, it's actually a seed. believe it or not. quinoa is a seed. >> and low carb.
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>> yes, and high protein. people love it. and on here we have, look at this gorgeous -- whoa, can i squirt oranges everywhere? did i get you -- >> poked my eye. >> sorry about that. seriously, look at this. it's beautiful. >> it looks beautiful. >> grapefruit and blood orange even better. and we have a citrus vinaigrette. >> i have to get us moving because i want to get the most important thing. this guy? >> and then we have a roasted tomato basil soup. don't pop open cans. use your fresh tomatoes. >> this is not from campbell's? >> no. we made it ourselves. boil it up. tomatoes, broth, garlic, fresh herbs. fresh herbs, bring it to a boil with your basil and puree it and you have your own soup. >> now the most important thing. i see these mugs and know it must mean. >> moscow mules. what could be better? >> we can use our summer produce
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in our cocktails. we're going to go ahead and throw our fresh strawberries in here. you can take your leaves off, go ahead and throw in strawberries. >> fully -- full? >> go ahead. a citrus press -- you have enough. you have enough. then if you have a muddler, we'll squeeze in lime. we already have vodka in our cup. you would muddle it. super quickly. you got it. and then throw some ice in. each of us. ice. perfect. and ginger beer. >> ginger beer. >> throw it in yours. we need to drink this thing. you want it to be cold. >> awesome. perfect. cheers. we'll mix it up. there you go. our thanks to marla. you can find her recipes on our website. you're watching "world news now." website at wnnfans.com. you're watching "world news now."
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to help you go long™. ♪ ♪ i didn't see that coming. i don't think that pokemon go would be the top free. >> what's that? >> never heard of it. so it's a case that's captivated the world for more than four decades. >> the case has been closed on infamous hijacker d.b. cooper. we have the story. >> reporter: he captivated the world for decades. one part folk hero swiping a bundle of cash before leaping out of a jetliner to freedom. one part terrorist. the most famous hijacker.
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he held a plane hostage until his demands were met. the disappearance of db cooper is one of the state's greatest mysteries. a mystery the fbi has closed the book on. >> it was just time. that's the easy answer. there's a lot that goes into that decision, but really, it was just time. >> reporter: the fbi says they're halting the investigation. the bureau says it has investigated all credible leads. >> everything that's come in we've taken a look at it, run it to ground, and we've arrived at our conclusion today that it was just time to close the case because there isn't anything new out there. >> reporter: but one local d.b. cooper expert believes the fbi's announcement could result in the one big break the case needs if the bureau releases the evidence it has. >> people are fascinated with this case. they're likely to go and write more about it and maybe someone out there somewhere is going to make a connection that they didn't make. >> reporter: on november 24th, 1971, cooper threatened to blow up a flight if he didn't receive $200,000, four parachutes and a
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flight to mexico. soon after passengers were released and his ransom was aboard, dan cooper, later nicknamed d.b. cooper by the media, jumped out of the plane's tail exit with two of the chutes. cooper nor his remains were found. tattered ransom money was found by a child walking near the columbia river in 1980. >> i think everybody loves a mystery. you know? everybody wants to be the one to solve it. >> reporter: the case has been featured in books, movies and dozens of television specials. three years ago the washington state history museum had its own db cooper exhibit. today one of the parachutes is on display. in tacoma, jennifer sullivan, komo news. >> she mentioned the books, tv shows and even music, kid rock had a reference to db cooper. it really has been a part of our pop culture. >> apparently the fbi has investigated more than 100 people of interest in connection with this case. >> and finally said "we give up." >> that's the news for this half hour. follow us on facebook. e
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this morning on "world news now," both presidential candidates making critical moves. >> donald trump is campaigning with another potential vice presidential pick as he nears the deadline to announce his choice. this as the republican presumptive nominees also hillary clinton and bernie sanders come together putting their bitter primary behind a sad day ahead in dallas. this after a solemn ceremony to honor the officers killed. the president saying the nation isn't as divided as it seems. the american league has another all-star game win. the midsummer classic kicked off after a controversy erupted during the national anthem. and some police deputies trying to answer one important question here. how did that bear get into the car? and also, how does it get out? >> must have had the keys. >> maybe. it's wednesday, july 13th.
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>> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> a song out right now that says i got the keys, keys, keys. >> maybe the bear was listening to the song while in the car. >> maybe. and boom. good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. we begin with donald trump holding another public audition for a running mate. this time returning to the state where he effectively sealed the gop nomination. >> talking about indiana and mike pence. he praised donald trump and blasted hillary clinton proving he could play the role of attack dog. he's known for being mild mannered. he delivered the remarks at a rally calling trump the best person to lead this country. >> we're ready to put a fighter, a builder, and a patriot in the oval office of the united states of america. we're ready for donald trump to be our next president.
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>> i often joke you'll be calling up mike pence. i don't know whether he's going to be our governor of your vice president. who knows? >> trump is expected to announce his vice presidential pick by friday. former house speaker newt gingrich and new york governor chris christie are believed to be in the running still. donald trump is firing back at supreme court justice after she unleashed scathing remarks. >> the 83-year-old justice slammed trump as a faker. and in fact, just moments ago trump tweeted that ginsburg should resign adding, "her mind is shot." >> reporter: donald trump in a supreme fight with justice ruth bader ginsburg after she told "the new york times," "i can't imagine what this place would be. i can't imagine what the country would be with donald trump as our president." she didn't stop there, telling
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cnn, "he is a faker. he has no consistency about him. he says whatever comes into his head at the moment. he really has an ego. how has he gotten away with not turning over his tax returns?" her comments an unprecedented attack by a supreme court candidate in the modern era on a presidential candidate. trump calling it a disgrace and highly inappropriate. "i hope she would get off the court as soon as possible." the grapple with ginsburg comes as trump prepares to announce his running mate. trump in indiana with the state's governor, mike pence, who is on the short list. they've disagreed in the past, but when i asked pence about it, he insisted he could still serve trump. governor pence, when donald trump announced the temporary ban on muslims, you called it offensive and unconstitutional. do you still feel that way? >> i've taken issue with our candidates from time to time. but i'm supporting donald trump. >> reporter: how do you share the ticket if you have a fundamental disagreement on the muslim ban? >> i've been a governor for
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3.5 years. i haven't agreed with every one of my republican or democrat colleagues on every issue, but i'm supporting him because we need change in this country. >> reporter: sources say he's likely to appear with his running mate on friday. we could get the name before that. many on the short list have been appearing at rallies with trump. gingrich describing the public audition process this way -- "it's a little bit like "the apprentice." you find out sooner or later who the last one standing is." let's talk about the democrats now. bernie sanders making it clear he's with her, finally offering up his long awaited endorsement of clinton. >> they shared hugs and handshakes as they appeared together at a rally in new hampshire. he vowed to do everything in his power to help her defeat donald trump. >> she will be the democratic nominee for president. [ applause ] and i intend to do everything i can to make certain she will be the next president of the united
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states. >> since clinton clenched the nomination more than a month ago, sanders has succeeded in getting the party to adopt some of his signature policies. in louisiana now, three men arrested in what authorities call a substantial credible threat against police officers in baton rouge. the alleged plot was discovered following a burglary at a pawn ship where handguns were stolen. police say one of them admitted the purpose of the burglary was to harm officers. the baton rouge police department has come under fire following the killing of alton sterling outside of a convenience store. dallas said final good-byes with the first funerals for the police officers killed in the ambush. yesterday they were remembered with five empty seats and folded american flags. president obama and former president bush was among the speakers. >> reporter: two presidents and two first ladies joining a dallas police community mourning the hate-filled murder of five
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of their own. >> dallas, i'm here to say we must reject such despair. i'm here to insist we're not as divided as we seem. >> reporter: president obama praising the courage of the men in blue. >> when the bullets started flying, the men and women of the dallas police, they did not flinch. we mourn fewer people today because of your brave actions. >> reporter: sentiments echoed by another president, now a resident of dallas. >> we will not forget what they did for us. your loss is unfair. we cannot explain it. we can stand beside you and share your grief. >> reporter: and a heartfelt standing ovation for dallas police chief david brown. the man who has held this community together. he offered some much-needed laughter to go with the tears joking when he really loved a
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girl, he'd recite some stevie wonder. >> so today i'm going to pull out some stevie wonder for these families. so families, close your eyes and just imagine me back in 1974 with an afro and some bell bottoms and wide collar. until the day that you are me and i am you, now ain't that loving you? >> chief brown, i'm so glad i met michelle first, because she loves stevie wonder. [ laughter ] >> reporter: much of president obama's speech was a tribute to the bravery of police officers, but on the flight to dallas he spoke to the families of philando castile and alton sterling whose deaths at the hands of police officers have also shocked the nation. >> i see people who mourn for the five officers we lost, but also weep for the families of alton sterling and philando
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castile. in this audience, i see what's possible -- [ applause ] >> i see what's possible when we recognize we're one american family. >> reporter: the president said he's spoken at too many of these memorials and seen the inadequacy of words to bring about lasting change including the inadequacy of his own words. abc news, dallas. >> and sources say the dallas gunman had three guns that night, a pistol, handgun, and a rifle, all on him at the time he was killed by a robot bomb. now, all the weapons were legally purchased by the attacker. either online or at a gun show. investigators said he planned a larger assault. a major political transition underway in britain. david cameron serves his final day as prime minister. after an appearance before
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parliament, he'll head to buckingham palace to tender his resignation to the queen. he resigned after the country voted to leave the european union. by the end of the day, theresa may will be prime minister. it's unclear where cameron and his family will live. his home in london is currently being rented. and in italy, investigators are trying to determine what caused a deadly head-on collision between trains on the same track. at least 27 people were killed. dozens more injured in the crash. rescue crews are removing people from the wreckage. some newly released court documents tarnish the legacy of joe paterno. the football coach said he didn't know about the serial sexual abuse of boys until 2001. documents indicate he was told about the problem in 1976. jerry sandusky was convicted in 2012 and currently in prison. paterno died earlier that year. the documents came to light in an insurance lawsuit. the kansas city royals, if
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they are in the world series again, they'll have the home field advantage thanks to two of their stars. each homered for the american league in the second inning of last night's all-star game. >> in fact, hosmer was two rbis and named the most valuable player. for the other team in last year's world series, well, none of the mets players got into the game. the american league beat the national league 4-2. there was a controversial moment at the park, but it was before the all star game even started. one of the members of the group called the tenors, they were singing the canadian national anthem when one member changed a phrase to include all lives matter and held up a sign. >> and "all eyes matter" is a play on black lives matter and is considered disparaging but some. take a listen. ♪ we're all brothers and sisters ♪ ♪ all lives matter to the great ♪
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>> you can see one of them look over like what are you doing? the change to the lyrics was made by the only american member of that group. during the seventh inning and a firestorm of social media criticism, it issued an apology. the tenors did. they said the member they called a lone wolf will not be performing with them until further notice. understandably. it's horrible that he would do that. >> some people are saying even if you don't agree, don't politicize a national anthem by changing the lyrics. the songs are supposed to be sacred. >> it is. it's a horrible thing that he would do it during the canadian coming up, one boy's way too close of an encounter with an eagle. you want to see this one ahead in "the mix." first, a suspected serial shooter in the phoenix area blamed for several deaths. police in a race against time to catch the person or people responsible.
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six people were rescued including four children after their boat capsized near ellis island in new york harbor. one of the passengers, a girl, was partially trapped under the boat. a good samaritan jumped in to free her. all the passengers were taken to the hospital and released. the coast guard is investigating. and a manhunt is underway in
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phoenix, arizona, for what could be a serial killer. >> police have linked at least seven deaths spanning a nearly 100 square-mile area to the same suspect or suspects. all the victims who were apparently picked at random. lauren lister has the latest. >> reporter: a string of unsolved killings plaguing phoenix. police searching for a serial shooter or shooters who they believe may be behind the deaths of seven people in eight incidents in the last few months. >> the person doing this is wicked. there's something wrong with them. >> reporter: the shooting victims ranging in age from 12 years old to 55. men and women dying. the shootings started in march. first focussed in west phoenix. now a total of eight. police say spanning nearly 100 square miles, putting thousands of residents in danger. police telling abc news in each case the suspect or suspects opened fire on a weekend night in front of a home where cars were parked. >> in these incidents, the
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motive is not apparent. >> reporter: no motive but witnesses have given a vague description of a tall male suspect. police released this sketch hoping someone will come forward. authorities are the fbi and u.s. marshals involved are offering a $30,000 reward for information that helps solve these cases. >> all right. lauren, thank you. coming up in our next half hour, putting a little more go in pokemon go. why trying to catch them all on foot may be inefficient when you could do more on four wheels. one innovative driver is offering to help for a price. first, with all the talk lately about celebrity doppelgangers, did you ever wonder if you might have a twin out there somewhere? how you can find out by uploading two photographs. you're watching "world news now." uploading two photographs. you're watching "world news now."
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thanks soft internet and social media, the doppelganger is becoming increasingly common. >> finding your dead ringer has never been easier. >> reporter: folklore has it that we each have seven look alikes in the world. >> she got in touch on the site. >> reporter: dublin native nia is working to prove that theory. >> hello. >> reporter: she's already met three of her own doppelgangers. >> this is crazy. >> reporter: hearer have first meet-up went viral and has now been viewed more than eight billion times. since then she's become a doppelganger detective of sorts. co-founding the website twinstrangers.com to help others in their search. we wanted to see the don ganger -- doppleganger bond
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up close and personal. we paired up to go behind the scenes of a meet up bringing amber from australia and maddie from washington together here in l.a. and when we met in person, even i was confused. hi -- hi, how are you? hi. you're like double trouble. nice to meet you. >> i'm amber. >> maddie. >> reporter: you guys are adorable. and whose idea was the purple? >> maddie. >> me. >> reporter: i want to know the first reaction when you saw the photo of each other on the site. >> i never really met anyone that looked like me, so seeing her picture is kind of weird. it was the first time i'd seen that looked remotely similar to me. >> reporter: much less dead ringer. >> yeah. i got a photo to see if we were similar, and the top half of the face started loading and i thought it was a picture of me. and the rest loaded and i was like wow, that's insane. >> reporter: what piqued your curiosity?
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there are an equal number of people saying i would never want to meet someone who looked like me. >> i thought it would be fun. see if there's someone out there. >> reporter: and not creepy? >> right. yeah. >> i thought it was fun. >> reporter: we wanted to see if there was a genetic reason for their similarities. we asked for a dna test. ancestry.com agreed to process it for free. in just a few weeks the results are in. guess what -- they are 100% not related. but they do have similar european roots. despite the results, they say their newfound bond will only grow. >> so i guess it's just luck. >> yeah. could you imagine you meet -- what if they ran into each other randomly? they hadn't found each other. >> your celebrity doppelganger? >> i hear cindy crawford more than anyone else. >> just need the little mole. >> mine is in beirut tomorrow night for a concert. >> seal. >> without the things, i've been
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rewrite the rules. always. enforcement get a number of odd calls. this one is up there with it. so in colorado, jefferson county deputies, they get a call for a bear that is trapped inside of a car. somehow that little guy there locked himself inside of this car. they didn't know how to get him out. so finally after a lot of fear, the deputies decided to open the hatch. the bear went to town in the car trying to get out. >> maybe he was trying to make himself comfortable. >> he found the food. he rummaged through, destroyed that car. >> i would have loved to have seen a video of how he got into
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the car. >> and then decided to lock himself in, and, huh. there you are. weird call. so there's been sort of raised awareness in the country about kids and animals and making sure they know to respect an animal's habitat. but what do you do when the animal comes to the kid? >> okay. i don't know. >> a family in australia learned the hard way. they were at alice spring's desert park watching a bird show when one of the eagles that was part of the show decided this little boy should be part of the show. the eagle tries to grab the boy by the head. luckily, obviously, the eagle did not get away with the boy, and apparently the eagle is no longer in the show, at least for the time being. they thought he should have a time-out. good thing the boy had his hood up. >> how horrifying is that? maybe something with the color that attracted them. here's a candidate for grandfather of the year.
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this guy in southern california decided that he would build for his kid his own disneyland. his name is steve dobbs. he used to be an engineer with boeing, so he knows how to build some things. he calls it dobbs land. this is in his backyard. this gives you a sense of the scale. there's a real roller coaster he built. it's a wooden roller coaster. his grandkids are like, this is awesome. >> he built that whole thing? >> yes. he did get some help from some folks at class at a university down there, but, still, his concept. it looks like a fun ride. >> not too shabby. does he need any other grandchildren? i'm happy to apply. >> there's a weight limit. so a lot of farms are always looking for new innovative ways to avoid using pesticides. one vineyard in south africa found a unique solution to a snail problem. meet their 1,000 security ducks. the ducks like to eat snails. the snails don't eat the plants. >> they're loud, though.
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this morning, honoring the fallen. this morning, honoring the fallen. the first funerals today for some of the officers killed last week in dallas. the president offering powerful words as we learn more about the man blamed for the attack. donald trump and hillary clinton are making big moves. trump is getting closer and closer to naming a running mate while clinton has finally secured the official backing of her former rival. and pokemon mania. some places don't want anything to do with it. lawmakers are demanding answers about it and one guy is making a lot of money because of it. and she is no friend of the tabloids. the blistering essay by jennifer aniston accusing the tabloids of stalking, rumor mongering, and dehumanizing women. what triggered the outburst, ahead in "the skinny" on this
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wednesday, july 13th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." good wednesday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. we begin with a community in mourning has dallas says good-bye to five officers murdered by a gunman last week. >> today funerals will be held for sergeant michael smith and senior corporal loren ahrens. >> the five men were remembered yesterday into a memorial service where president obama tried to comfort the city reeling from its loss. >> reporter: president obama joining a host of dignitaries and law enforcement at an interfaith service to honor the five fallen officers gunned down in dallas and to commend the city and police for efforts to unify the community. >> the murder rate here has
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fallen. complaints of excessive force have been cut by 64%. the dallas police department has been doing it the right way. >> reporter: the president along the george w. bush, and vice president biden paying their respects. >> today the nation grieves but those of us who love dallas and call it home have had five deaths in the family. >> reporter: the city of dallas rocked to the core following the assassination of police officers working to protect and serve during a peaceful black lives matter protest. abc news learning the gunman, micah johnson, used this high-powered rifle in a one-man mission to target and kill white officers. the president categorizing the sniper's attack as a hate crime. >> an act not just of demented violence but of racial hatred. it's left us wounded and angry and hurt. >> reporter: the site where the dallas shootings took place remains a crime scene.
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detectives pouring over hours of bodycam footage. authorities believe johnson, a veteran, legally purchased the three weapons he had. dallas's police chief using lyrics from a stevie wonder song to express his love for the officers and their grieving families. >> i'll be loving you until the ocean covers every mountain high. >> reporter: back at the white house, the president is set to meet with law enforcement officials and community leaders in hopes of finding a solution to end the violence. >> all right. our thanks. and now now to neighboring louisiana and specifically baton rouge. police say they've uncovered a substantial threat against officers on the force already under fire for last week's deadly police shooting. the alleged plot was uncovered after a failed burglary attempt at this pawn shop. the suspect stole eight handguns and were seeking to steal ammunition to take down officers. two men and a 13-year-old boy have been arrested so far, and they're looking for a fourth
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suspect. funeral services will be held tomorrow for the minnesota man killed by police last week. philando castile was shot and his girlfriend streamed the aftermath of the shooting live on facebook. thousands are expected to mourn him during the services at the cathedral of st. paul. an attorney for the family yesterday called for a special prosecutor to look into that shooting. turning to the race for the white house and donald trump putting another potential running mate on display. mike pence introduced donald trump last night. he slammed hillary clinton and heaped praise on trump saying he understands the country in a way no other leader has since ronald reagan. trump is expected to announce his v.p. pick by friday. >> it was a long awaited show of unity by the democrats. bernie sanders finally has thrown his support behind hillary clinton. >> sanders and clinton finally stood side by side as he endorsed her more than a month after she clenched the nomination. their biggest common goal? defeating donald trump.
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>> reporter: he's with her. >> i have come here to make it as clear as possible as to why i am endorsing hillary clinton and why she must become our next president. >> reporter: a ringing endorsement even a hug. her thank you picked up by the microphones. and with that, the curtain closed on a primary race that defied expectations. [ chants ] virtually unknown senator from vermont igniting a political movement. bernie sanders friendly at first -- >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> thank you. >> reporter: hillary clinton mocked for seeming to change positions to win over his supporters. >> and i'm angry too because the top 10% of the top 1% control
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90% of the wealth in this country. and i've always said that. >> reporter: even though she's still trying. >> and our country desperately needs your voices and involvement, and so does this campaign, and so does the democratic party. >> reporter: but donald trump releasing this video highlighting the past bad blood between the two democrats. >> i don't think you are qualified if you have supported virtually ever disastrous trade agreement. >> reporter: some sanders backers walking out on clinton in protest, still feeling berned. will you vote for hillary clinton now? >> i will. >> reporter: you're pausing. is there anything hillary clinton can say to win you over? >> she can't win me over. i don't think i can ever trust her. >> reporter: how much can we expect to see bernie sanders out on the campaign trail? there's no date set yet, but he said he plans to be in every corner of this country to help hillary clinton get elected.
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abc news, new hampshire. >> an attempt by republicans to block hillary clinton from receiving classified information has been rejected. national intelligence director james clapper said he doesn't intend to withhold intelligence briefings from my nominee. the house speaker tried to have her access denied after the fbi director called her use of an e-mail server careless. the u.s. capitol complex was on lockdown for a while yesterday afternoon, but there was no direct threat to congress or its employees. local police were chasing a car through downtown washington while a passenger fired at officers. when the vehicle was stopped by the capitol, one of the passengers took off on foot so the capitol was placed on lockdown until they were caught. so the fbi is closing the books on a decades' old manhunt. the hunt for db cooper, the suspect in the hijacking of a passenger plane in 1971. it's now officially closed.
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cooper disappeared after collecting $200,000 in ransom and parachuting out of the plane. the cash turned up in 1980 and was identified by serial numbers on the bills. the fbi said it was time to close the case. a new crime museum will house an important part of the o.j. simpson case. the white bronco that was made famous 22 years ago is going to alcatraz east museum. >> the chase held a nation spellbound for two hours before simpson surrendered. he was arrested for the murders of his best friend and ex-wife. the museum opens this fall about 30 miles from knoxville. >> should be an interesting museum to check out. >> interesting is the key word. >> they apparently also have al capone's rosary.
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john dillinger's death math. >> a feel-good museum. >> objects belonging to bonnie and clyde -- feel good. good family roadtrip. coming up, "the skinny." kim kardashian stumped by a young boy. hear the question he asked her that left her nearly speechless. and the pokemon go craze is getting criticism in some circles and outright bans. in pittsburgh why one guy is saying hop on this. first, a look at today's forecast.
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with its combo of 90s with its combo of 90s nostalgia, pokemon go is the hit of the summer. it seems there are some places that players can't go. >> you have officials at arlington national cemetery that don't want anyone trying to catch virtual monsters among the graves of fallen heros. the cemetery is one of two somber sights that are designated as stops within the game. the others, the holocaust museum which is right now trying to get the landmark removed from the game. >> why are those locations on there? >> i have no idea. >> and why would you go? i don't get it. and minnesota senator al franken has some questions about the game's privacy policies. he sent a letter about questions about users' information. he's concerned that users' personal information might be taken without consent.
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>> despite the safety and privacy concerns, it appears the pokemon go skraz n-- craze is nt cooling down, not any time soon. >> if you can't beat them, join it. that's why one enterprising guy from pittsburgh is apparently now kicking the craze to another level. we have the story. >> reporter: pokemon go, if you haven't heard of it, you soon will. >> what's fun about it? >> for me, it's super nostalgic. i'm 23. i grew up with it in the '90s like in elementary school. >> reporter: the app is a game using geo location and augmented reality. >> it would be nice to find one. >> reporter: people look from around the world. the creatures have virtual fights and teams form and players compete for points showing their prestige. the game works by chasing the pokemon. they're not always near you. when we were walking through the studio, one just appeared on my hand. totally booked? >> 100% from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. >> reporter: this man is the
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uber of pokemon go. last night he started chauffeuring players around pittsburgh for $10 an hour. >> within an hour my inbox was completely filled up with people that wanted me to take them to find certain types of pokemon. that needed to go to get poke balls. >> reporter: we road along with his guide, jc, and new client, abby, to the south side. >> pokemon came out in 1995. i was 4 1/2. >> we love it. >> reporter: we found dozens of other players all flocking to what's called a lure. >> a lure, one person sets it up, and then that works for anyone in the vicinity. >> reporter: are you playing pokemon go? >> yep. >> you team red or blue? >> blue. >> reporter: larkin hopes to capitalize on the craze hoping to help pokemon go players while picking up some extra cash. sara says she'll stick to her own methods. >> if people are willing to pay for it, that's the open market. they can do that, but just have your friend drive you around or walk. >> reporter: beau berman, pittsburgh action news 4. >> just looking at some of the
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funniest locations where you can find your monsters. one of them was in a toilet. >> wasn't counting on some company while there. >> the business has taken off so much not only are they fully booked but the rates are up to $25. >> brilliant, absolute genius on his part. >> 7.5 million downloads. >> incredible. caused an accident in texas, at texas a&m. a woman saw a monster and just got out of her car and then another car slammed into her. >> getting out of your cars, though? >> yeah. it's important. these monsters. >> maybe we need to play. when we come back, why jennifer aniston says she's fed up not with pokemon go but the tabloids. and kim kardashian is at a loss for words when a five-year-old boy asks her a very particular question. "the skinny" is next. r question. "the skinny" is next.
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the apartment building where the fire was. when things like this happen, i think you find a new perspective on life. hi. red cross put us in a hotel so we were able to stay together. we're strong and, if we overcame that or if we can overcome that, we can overcome anything, so. [ sniffle ]
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♪ time now for "the skinny." we start with jennifer aniston not pulling any punches. >> no. she blasted the tabloids and celebrity news media, dispelling the latest round of pregnancy rumors while berating them for talking about a warped standard of beauty.
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>> she wrote that the stalking and objectification she's experienced for decades now perpetuates a dehumanizing view of females where a women's value is determined by her physical appearance and marital and maternal status. >> "huffington post" co-founder and president arianna huffington herself was personally involved in publishing this missive with a source saying "we didn't change a word." >> she didn't single out any specific publications but ended her essay with a plea to consumers, stop buying the bull. >> all right. thanks. next, to kim kardashian. an unusual loss for words. >> many often ask why is she famous. one little boy set out to get the answer. >> how are you famous? >> how am i famous? >> yeah. >> that's up for question too. >> so we've been trying to figure that out also, that mini interview was shared by kim
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herself on snapchat. >> she says that's a good question. >> how is she famous? next to the world of sports, and the excitement is building for tonight's espy awards. >> how? this year's -- we're not -- not delve into that more. >> running short on time. >> not sure how i first heard her name. >> this year's excellence in sports performance awards will honor our sister network, espn's commitment to the v foundation for cancer research. the jim v award will be presented to craig sager, sport broadcaster fighting leukemia, and vice president biden will present it to him. >> it's hosted by world heavy weight champion john cena in los angeles. the awards take place tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. >> expected to be at this year's espy awards with an extra big smile on his face. kobe bryant. >> the five-time nba champion
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and his wife have announced they're expecting their third child. the wife took to social media saying they're excited to share that we are expecting our third baby girl. kobe bryant is set to attend tonight's espy awards where he'll get the icon award. >> very cool. and finally, spreading the love across the entire sexual spectrum. the first exclusively gay dating show coming to tv. >> the historically gay channel logo is moving forward with "finding prince charming." think "the bachelorette," only all men. >> okay. the show will be hosted by lance bass. the gay one from n si'synn'sync will include 15 suitors competing for the heart of a heartthrob. >> where have we seen this before? in the final episode, they will choose the ideal mate to commit to an exclusive relationship. >> in case that's possible. >> sounds a little familiar.
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isenberg. >> reporter: it's the heyday of 1930s hollywood. golden age with glitz and glamor. >> are there more beautiful girls in hollywood or new york? >> reporter: a young man in new york looking for his place in the world and trying his hand at show business. >> it's all about ego. the whole town runs on ego. >> i'm bobby. >> reporter: signing up for a second time with woody allen was a no brainer. he edollized the legendary director growing up. what is it about making a film with him that's different from any other -- >> i've never worked with anyone who dwells less on themselves and more on his work. >> reporter: his character romances both blake lively as well as kristen stewart, their third movie together. >> i couldn't ask for a lovelier more responsible actress as a co-star. >> reporter: eisenberg shot to fame with his portrayal as zuckerberg, but his talents go beyond the big screen. he's an accomplished author and
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playwright. as he shows me around the set of his third play, "the spoils," it's clear that not unlike woody allen, eisenberg has that nervous energy, the need to constantly produce. >> if i don't have ten things on the stove, i'm worried that nine of them might not happen. >> reporting from london. >> hard to believe he got his start in "get real" in 1999, that comedy show. >> what network was that? >> i don't know. i don't remember. a long time ago. didn't last long. >> i guess not. and of course he's known for "the social network." i mean, he's written some three plays already. performing in london. >> and he's written for publications, big on writing. and he has a back out, as well. it's called "hiccups and other stories." >> he's written a lot. we didn't necessarily say they're good. >> short story collection.
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making news in america this morning, countdown to cleveland. just five days until the republican national convention. donald trump holds another rally with another potential vp pick, plus, the billionaire is blasting ruth bader ginsburg overnight telling the supreme court justice to resign. we're live in washington. remembering the fallen, president obama and former president bush honoring the slain dallas police officers. >> we are not as divided as we seem. >> the emotional service plus two officers in the middle of the gunfight talking for the first time. see what happens when a wild high-speed chase ends in a crash sending a suspect 20 feet into the air. and a big bear getting into trouble trapping itself in a car. the risky rescue to get him out.

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