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they're expected to be okay. >> you think we need a little -- yeah, might as well. a bigger show. >> too much is never enough. >> yeah. if only. >> well, glad everyone's okay. over to jury selection for bill cosby's sexual assault. only one juror was chosen on the first day. three quarters of the 120 potential jurors were sent home because they said they had already made up their minds about cosby's guilt or innocence. all but one said they know about the "me too" nuchlt. the entertainers accused of drugging and molesting a woman at his home 14 years ago. the so-called affluenza teen is released from jail. >> after killing people in a drunk driving crash.
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here is matt gutman. >> reporter: the kid who argued he was too rich to know right from i don't think riding off in that tesla, ethan couch mobbed by cameras as he came out of a probation office. he served two years for sp violating his parole by running off to mexico with his mother, this video showing couch at a beer pong party. two years earlier, he had been convicted of four counts of intoxication manslaughter killing four in this chain reaction crash. he was convicted but given only pr,ay partly because miss defense argued the then 16-year-old was too spoiled to understand the consequences of his actions. >> affluenza. >> too rich for jail. >> reporter: he was a boy then, now he is a changed man says his jail chaplain. >> i think he has made clear to me that he needed time behind bars.
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just to really get him to the place of ownership. >> reporter: his attorneys tell us that couch feels true remorse. he is released, but not exactly free. he will be under gps monitoring, have a curfew, and won't be allowed to drink until 2026. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to matt. so katy perry's crush on "american idol," does he get to stay in the competition all because she likes him? >> our analyst is here to break it down for us. the skinny is next.
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♪ skinny the skinny the skinny it is time for the skinny and all good things must come to an end like hollywood week on "american idol." >> our idol analyst is here to tell us all about it. will ganss, good morning to you. >> i brought snacks. >> again? >> i know you said you were not into the whole snack thing. a very healthy ice cream. >> ice cream? >> ice cream, chocolate,
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cookies. >> are you dwryou bribing us? >> are you upset? >> i am a little upset and all because of what happened on idol last night. all good things must come to an end, hence my breakup snacks, you guys. take a look at the heartwrenching good-bye for katy's favorite construction worker trevor. ♪ ♪ i already know their angle >> maybe not. >> i can't believe this because you're not going to go through. trevor, don't go! >> i thought she was going to say just kidding. >> how do you say no to those abs and those eyes and that voice? >> and he was looking like a snack. >> so while we have the snacks here, something tells me he and
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his instragram followers will be just fine. >> what makes you think that? >> this is what is on his instragram. singing in his underwear. >> does it matter what he is singing right now? even if we have the volume down, he will get plenty of likes. >> yeah. >> so that is his instagram? >> yeah, go give him a follow. >> he has a picture of himself hugging a koala. come on. >> game over. yeah. but let me tell you, that was not the only bad romance in last nirt's episode. take a look at katie who is my favorite funky finalist now sinkinging gaga's bad romance. ♪ i want your revenge, you and me have a bad romance ♪ >> she went through, right? >> yeah, she made it through last night. she will be joining the top 24
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along with shannon o'hara who took a big risk again by singing a katy perry song. her version of unconditionally wowed the judges and me, too. ♪ so open up your heart and just let me peek in, open up your heart and just let it peek in ♪ >> not bad, right? >> not bad at all. like our resident simon cowell. >> i actually watched it last night because the basketball game started so late, which is another issue, but then i was like all right, a little pach which pitch which i pitchy at times. >> but right now, i need to pull a do the milano ice cream thing because this moment was heartwrenching for me and it is only the first in a series of heart breaks. we said good-bye to my alpaca loving wig snatching noah last night.
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>> oh, no! >> i know. i knownoah. i will never stop saying wig. wig and peace, noah. we all know it can't end on a sad note here. we're into this chocolate and ice cream -- >> i can't get in to mine. >> it's a little frozen. but it will be melty enough soon enough. we could stand to burn a few cal rays, all right? how about a dance break inspired by an interesting mover and shaker.how about a dance break d by an interesting mover and shaker. he made it through, but his dance moves probably not. >> i didn't know i could dance until like a week and a half or two weeks ago. ♪ >> he cannot dance anymore though. i got to stop that. >> please stop the dancing. >> bonus round next. >> am i doing it?
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>> like the elaine from "seinfeld" kind of.
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it's our bonus round. wow, we've made some damage. breaking news about a major hollywood uncoupling. channing tatum is on the market again, ladies. >> so sticking with the breakups next. because the couple has called it quits. they released a joint statement saying we have lovingly chosen to separate. we fell deeply in love and have had a magical journey together. >> i don't know about a statement. looks more like a novel. so they went on to reassure fans that nothing salacious is going on. they just realized that it was time to, quote, take some space. >> yeah, the two have been married for almost nine years. you might remember they met on the set of the dance movie "step
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up." but one of their most memorable on screen collaborations took place on the small screen. ♪ >> so ll cool jay. his impression of magic mike of course and impression of beyonce on the same show, spot on. beyonce herself joined him on stage. >> yeah, probably the best lip sync battle performance ever. they were also well-known on the red carpet and made a lot of social media videos together. they have a daughter who will turn five next month. we obviously wish them the best. >> we do wish them the best. >> but we thank them for the excuse to eat breakup food. >> nine years together. that's a long time in hollywood years. >> let's take a look at some of
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the other breakups. >> it's been rough. >> because if these people can't make it, how can any of us? first up, jennifer aniston and justin theroux. they met on the set of a movie. everything seemed awesome and then they announced their split at the end of last year about that. >> and we thought okay, this could be it. no. and then there was fergie. they married in 2009. >> joshua duamel or however he says his name. >> they split in september. although they never put a ring on it, danny amendola. >> sprut spr cuuper cute. >> he is with the patriots. >> and of course who could forget becca and arie. really thought that one was forever. ♪ the way we were 12340
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good tuesday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following. oklahoma teachers are demanding better pay and planning another day of protests. meaning most schools will be closed for a second straight day. we have details on the widening teacher rebellion straight ahead. overseas stock markets are down overnight following a steep drop on wall street. investors sold shares on fears about a trade war with china and increased scrutiny of big tech companies. all three major u.s. stock averages are negative for the year when trading gets started this morning. shares of spotify will be traded publicly for the first time ever today.
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it's unclear exactly when they'll start trading or what price. the wildcats left no doubt in the national championship game against michigan and set off the second philly area celebration in two months. they are still partying on this tuesday, april 3. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >> anybody working in philly today? >> they haven't worked since early february. >> a lot of sick calls. >> the celebrations are continuing all throughout the suburbs. they waited for a long time for a big championship. >> now they got the eagles winning and now of course they've got nova bringing it home. but we'll start with the protests that seem to be growing across the country. teachers demanding more support and more money. >> this week they have voiced their anger in kentucky and oklahoma. many schools in oklahoma a will be closed for a second straight
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day as teachers keep up the pressure on lawmakers. clayton sandell reports from oklahoma city. >> reporter: oklahoma and kentucky the latest states joining a red state teacher rebellion. tens of thousands of teachers and students trading classrooms for the capitol. in oklahoma 70% of public schools closed. those teachers along with educators in west virginia, arizona and kentucky are riding a growing wave of anger over deep education cuts led by republican-led legislatures. they're demanding about $150 million to fix classrooms and buy new supplies. >> got tape on your books. >> reporter: teresa mathis works four jobs. >> i teach dance two nights a week and i clean our local theater three nights a week.
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>> reporter: lawmakers approved $50 million for schools and a $6000 raise for teachers. but teachers say it's not enough. >> it's a band-aid. now we need an actual cure. >> reporter: next up is arizona. they want a 20% pay hike. we've already seen the movement grow from west virginia to kentucky to here in oklahoma where many schools are already closed in anticipation of more walkouts on tuesday. clayton sandell, abc new, oklahoma city. to washington now where president trump has filed court papers seeking private arbitration in his legal battle with that porn star stormy daniels. the president and his attorney michael cohen are hoping to avoid facing a jury in daniels' lawsuit to declare a non-disclosure agreement invalid. cohen paid daniels $130,000 to keep quiet just before the presidential election. she says that she had an affair
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with the president, but he denies it. daniels' attorney says the president wants the case hidden from the american public. he tweeted that this is a democracy and the matter should be decided in open court. the white house is investigating the epa chief's controversial rental agreement for a condo owned by the wife of an energy lobbyist. scott pruitt was paying $50 a night to live there. house democrats want to know if that can be considered a conflict of interest. an epa ethics official signed a memo a day after abc news reporting ed on the living arrangements saying he paid the market rate and did not violate federal ethics rules, but the average market rate is about triple that amount. elizabeth esty has announced that she will not seek re-election. the connecticut democrat is under fire for the way she handled her dismissal of her chief of staff who was accused
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of that ra harassment. she apologized for not protecting her employees. overseas the woman sometimes called the mother of the new south africa has passed away. winnie mandela was not only married to nelson mandel what for many years she was an anti-apartheid leader in her own right. she served in parliament after black majority rule was established until scandals threatened her legacy. still she received one of their highest honors and will be begin a state funeral. she was 81 years old. but of course you had so many memories of seeing winnie mandela out there fighting for a cause for her husband while he was still locked up. we're getting a different look at another controversy stemming from the deadly sacramento police shooting of recei stephon clark. video of a sheriff suv hitting a grandmother. here is natalie brunell.
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>> reporter: protesters at sacramento rally for stephon clark saturday night reeling after witnessing this -- >> oh, my god. >> reporter: -- a sheriff suv knocking down grandmother protesting clark's death at the hands of police. the suv peeling away. newly released video from inside both sheriffs' vehicles at the scene revealing the moments leading up to and after the collision. the first suv pulling away safely, the second striking the woman off the right side of the vehicle be. she was taken to the hospital with minor injury. >> it is possible that he did not know that he collided with that protester. >> reporter: california highway patrol now investigating a some protesters lash out calling it another example of law enforcement acting recklessly. two weeks to the day after clark was shot and killed by police when he was unarmed. sheriff deputies calling the
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weekend's continued protests overall peaceful and productive. >> it is an unfortunate event that punctuated in an otherwise fantastic evening. >> reporter: the woman who was hit by the sheriff's suv is out of the hospital recovering. her family telling abc news she has hired an attorney. natalie brunell, abc news, los angeles. and north carolina police have released more video showing a white police officer allegedly beating and using the stun gun on a black pedestrian. christopher hickman is seen restraining jermaine rush, this is from last august. police say he punches, chokes and stuns rush. hickman faces a number of charges including felony assault. he resigned from the force this january. police say rush was stopped for jay walking. some students at narnlgry stoneman douglas in florida don't like one of the new safety members, the new clear plastic
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backpacks that they were given. the idea is to make it harder to smuggle weapons into the school, but some students say medications or feminine hygiene products will also be on display. they also point out that the school hasn't decided yet whether to install metal detectors. and students at howard university in washington, d.c. are also protesting. they are occupying the administration building in the sixth day of a sit-in. issues include an overhaul of the school's response to sexual assault, they also want the school's president to resign after not revealing for six months a scandal in the financial aid office. >> the president has not seen -- has not been seen here, he has not spoken to us, he has made it clear that he is not willing to listen to the demands of the students currently occupying the building. >> the university has already agreed to some of their demands particularly crashing housing. more talks are scheduled for today and there is hope that the sit-this will end. now to a violence collision
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at a train crossing in georgia. a semi truck got stuck as a freight train was approaching. that is how that played out. the train plowing right into the truck ripping it apart. the driver wasn't in the cab at the time, so there were no injuries. there is a warning on the pavement that says trucks shouldn't cross at that location. police in southern california chased a guy driving a stolen box truck for 15 miles. the truck slowed down after the driver drove the truck over some spike strips. eventually he pulled over on the freeway and jumped out while the truck was still moving slowly. ran across several lanes of traffic, but finally taken into custody at gunpoint. the stolen truck was empty. >> don't really think of a box truck as a good getaway vehicle. >> yeah, you don't look at that and go yeah, want to get away. >> not very aerodynamic. >> at least he survived that part. that is scary. >> glad to see that one ended
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okay. and rob gronkowski has scored big with the fans facing something much tougher than a defensive back. >> so gronk answered the social media call of lauren, a 27-year-old who put out word on youtube that she'd love to meet the all-pro. she is a is waiting her second heart transplant in five years. >> so gronk showed up at her hospital room, they spend an hour together. and she said he was really down to earth. >> he's cool, right? >> she joked that she have didn't want the visit to be a surprise because she's a cardiac patient. >> heart wouldn't be able to take it. >> luckily she was just fine. >> that is great. all right. coming up, reuniting with the cast of dallas. hear what one of the show's stars ate on purpose before his kissing scenes. >> interesting. and remembering dr. martin luther king 50 years after his tragic death. we'll take a look at how his legacy is being honored this
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adultship chaperones marking the assassination of dr. martin luther king junior. >> and they are scheduled to complete it tomorrow evening. >> and their destination is the national civil rights museum. 50 years ago it was the hotel where dwr king was murdered. >> the march to mechl physicmph saturday. >> it symbolizes how we've moved forward. >> these guys hopefully will inspire other guys and gals to be a part of advancing dr. king's vision. these guys will be able to say 50 years from now that they were part of making history around dr. king's legacy. >> the group will reach the memphis city limits this evening and hold a youth rally there. a new efficient on mlk opens at that museum tomorrow. >> and dr. king's daughter got a look at that exhibit yesterday. >> and she was only five when her father was assassinated.
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during the tour, she watched a video of her dad just days before he was killed and said she could sense that he was tired. and not as vibrant as he appeared in other footage. >> this is a very emotional time for me and my family. my mother came back to memphis 50 years ago, i was not able to come and so this is especially meaningful for me to be here 50 years later. >> former attorney general eric holder was also in memphis to pay tribute to dr. king. he said that he was proud that the country had made progress, but he took availed swipe at president trump saying he was calling on the nation's leaders to act with a sense of justice, compassion and common humanity. >> the anniversary is also being marked in italy where an automaticist created a giant tribute to the civil rights leader. look at this. he used a tractor to create
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that. >> that is in a field that measures 226,000 square feet. the land art as it is took 1e67b hoseven hours to cre. it will be erased in a few days so the field can be seeded. >> impressive. coming up, the cast of dallas reunited 40 years after hit premiere. u wouldn't accept an incomplete job from any one else. so why accept it from your allergy pills? most pills don't finish the job because they don't relieve nasal congestion. flonase allergy relief is different. flonase relieves sneezing, itchy, watery eyes and a runny nose, plus nasal congestion, which pills don't. flonase helps block 6 key inflammatory substances. most pills only block one. and 6 is greater than 1. start your day with flonase for more complete allergy relief. flonase. this changes everything.
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who did it? who shot j.r.? >> was that you, bobby? it was a scene that many -- quite the cliffhanger. one of the most memorable story lines from the '80s mega hit, "dallas." >> and now paula faris sat down with some of the originals from the south fork ranch in texas.
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>> reporter: that theme song, the groundbreaking drama. the sensation when the world learned who shot j.r. it all premiered 40 years ago. does it really feel like yesterday? >> yes, i hated my blouse. it felt like a dish cloth and i said to the wardrobe lady do we have anything a little bit nicer and she said nobody's going to see it anyway. just put it on. >> why was the show so successful? >> it was charlene. >> there you go. >> the chemistry we had off camera came through. it wasn't fake. it was real. >> my wife made fun of me every day because i would leave early. you don't have to leave for another 45 minutes. i know. i wanted to be there with my friends.
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>> reporter: it tackled taboo topics such as rape and breast cancer. >> when barbara bell had the mastectomy, it's the first time it had been treated with great respect and honor. >> and sue ellen's alcoholism. >> i still get letters and people who went to aa because they saw their life and how it could become. >> one of the first gay episodes. >> he wasn't just my roommate. we were lovers. >> we had to use the word homosexual, we couldn't even say gay. i got to stand up to j.r. and cry in bobby's arms. >> larry hagman remains the glue even now after his death. what was it like to be in a scene with larry? >> heaven.
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one of the best actors ever. >> he used to hate when i would tell everyone how wonderful he was and lovely and generous and kind. he would say they are supposed to not like me. >> reporter: patrick duffy left in 1985 but came back a year later. >> the fact it was all a dream. that you weren't really dead, that was controversial. >> it cost about a 10% hit. >> they felt cheated but we got five more years out of it. >> 357 episodes, two reunion movies. are you up for a third reboot? is it over? >> who knows. never say never. >> the bobby ewing show i think would be a smash. i'll find a spot for all of you. >> it was all a dream?
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>> it was all a dream, babe. >> it was all a dream, babe.
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♪ roll with it baby just roll with it baby ♪ the white house there lit up in blue for autism recognition there. but earlier in the day it was aglow in pink, yellow, all vibrant colors. >> and an easter bunny with a very interesting expression on his face. >> it was weird. ♪ >> reporter: it's not a sight you see every day. president trump and the easter bunny standing side by side for the biggest white house social event of the year. once every spring the easter bunny joins the president of the united states for the annual easter egg roll. this time with a side of
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politics. >> you look at the economy, what's happening, nothing's ever easy but we have never had an economy like we have right now. we're going to make it bigger and better and stronger. the military will be at a level it's never been before. and you see what's happening with funding, the funding of our military was so important and so many military people are with us today. think of $700 billion because that's all going to our military this year. >> reporter: the president presided over a number of activities. he blew the opening whistle, mingled with people including secretary perry and his granddaughter. he signed decorated cards while fielding a question on the fate of dreamers, those undocumented imkranmigrants brought to the ud
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states illegally as children but protected under the program that trump ordered ended. >> they had this great opportunity. the democrats have really let them down. it's a shame and now people are taking advantage of d.a.c.a. and that's a shame. >> reporter: typically an apolitical event, the easter egg roll dates back naerly 150 years. it was moved from capitol hill in 1878 to the president's backyard and been held there ever since. canceled only for bad weather and world war i and ii. it is the largest hosted event at the white house and also a family affair. most of the president's children and grandchildren spotted there. the white house estimates roughly 30,000 people attended. >> not bad. thanks. and people were joking that sean spicer was in the easter bunny costume.
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this morni this morning on "world news now" -- philadelphia celebrates another championship win. >> overnight the streets were packed near the campus of villanova as some went wild. the wildcats earning their second national championship in three years as march madness comes to a close. and president trump's sharper stance on immigration. he sounded the alarm on twitter about a group of migrants traveling in mexico and hear what he said about ending the program for the so-called dreamers. what we're learning about this deadly collision involving two private planes. one plane's tail torn off. and meet the teen who is bending over backwards to take over youtube. she's become a viral sensation by performing unbelievable feats with her feet.
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come along as she gives me a few pointers on this tuesday, april 3rd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it's hard to even wrap your mind around it, let alone your body around it. >> you'll show us examples? >> i'm now an expert contortionist after spending the day with her. the end of march madness. three weeks worth of buzzer beaters and broken brackets finished with villanova battling michigan in texas. >> the underdog wolverines got off to a fast start. and well, it kind of fell apart. >> so michigan's fans will be seeing the wildcats in their nightmares. he came off the bench to score
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31 points. he said he was just hot all night. humble brag. >> and the guy they called the big ragoo. he scored nine straight points on his own in the second half and then he gives a wink to the press row. >> villanova went on to win 79-62 so it was close. second in the past three seasons. wildcats won all six of their tournament games by at least 10 points. >> we weren't prepared with some of the things they were doing. i should have known better with john and we got settled in after that. and got -- did a good job defensively. >> for the second time in three years the campus in philadelphia turning into one big party. the utility poles near campus were greased up. but that won't stop anybody from climbing. >> and this eight weeks after the eagles won the super bowl. i'm sure it's going to be super
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low key. >> this is the first time a city has won the ncaa tournament and the super bowl. so philadelphia is championship city. who knew? >> good year for philly. >> more coverage later. but to president trump who's stepping up the rhetoric. >> outraged over an annual caravan of immigrants moving through mexico and called on congress to pass tougher laws and build a wall. >> he blamed the democrats for not protecting dreamers as he gathered with thousands of children for the annual easter egg roll and that bunny with that look. jonathan karl. >> reporter: the president and the easter bunny embracing his role as the host of the annual
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easter egg roll. the president enjoyed a lighter moment. but even here he had immigration on his mind. he talked of the demise of daca, the program to protect undocumented immigrants brought to the u.s. as children. >> the democrats have really let them down. they had this great opportunity. the democrats have really let them down. it's a shame. now people are taking advantage of daca. >> reporter: but in reality the only people eligible for legal status under daca are those who came into the u.s. as children in june 2007. just under a week ago -- >> i say this to daca recipients. that the republicans are with
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you. all right. >> reporter: now the status is up in the air pending several court cases. democrats say it's the president to blame. ohio's republican governor tweeted a true leader preserves and offers hope, doesn't take hope from innocent children who call america home. and the white house say they're putting together a new immigration bill that focuses on tightening security at the border, not providing security for the dreamers. the trump administration has launched a formal investigation. scott pruitt leased a condo with the incredible bargain price of $50 a night. and house democrats want to know if it could be considered a
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conflict of interest. an ethics official stating pruitt paid the fair market rate for the apartment and did not violate federal ethics rules. but most rooms go for three times the amount. investors fear a trade war with china. the dow sunk in the last two months. a typical 401 k has lost $10 thousand in value. nasdaq's big loss is due to amazon. the president is suggesting the company take advantage of the postal service. teachers are on a mission to get more funding. schools will be closed across oklahoma today. after being offered a $6100 raise, teachers are demanding a
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bigger one. in kentucky they brought their demands to the state capitol. and in arizona teachers are threatening to strike, demanding a 20% pay increase. cleveland fertility clinic that lost eggs and embryos is now facing more than 100 lawsuits. some are class action, others from heartbroken individuals. many of the families have lost their last chance to have a biological child. among them, three cancer survivors who delayed chemotherapy just to preserve her eggs. >> i'm a woman wounded. rob a cancer of my health and the body that i once knew and rob me of my future. >> the pittsburgh woman was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer three years ago. she started chemotherapy after extracting her eggs and placing them at that clinic. two men dead after a fiery
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collision as a small plane crashed in indiana. coming in for a landing, ended up colliding. the small plane carrying the two victims burst into flames. the airport does not have an air traffic control tower. free wi-fi is back in atlanta. it was turned off ten days ago because of the cyberattack on the entire city. the is system at hartsfield jackson airport was not directly affected by the attack, but managers were being cautious. city officials haven't said whether they paid the $50,000 ransom demanded by the hackers. and panera bread website leaked customer information. it was readily available until yesterday when he contacted panera. the chain says fewer than 10,000 customers were affected. the problem has been fixed they
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say and panera also says there is no evidence of a large number of records were accessed. >> is no place sacred anymore? now they are going after the bread store? come on, people. we have found a place where maybe our baggage will be safe, but we know baggage handlers get a bad rap and usually there is a good reason for that. >> some of the scenes look more like baggage man handling. even bags in the back ever a garbage truck. >> it doesn't have to be this way. check out this scene in japan home of the kindler gentler baggage handler. they wipe your luggage clean at the end of the journey. they even straighten the bags when they land on the carousel. look at how beautiful and orderly they are. >> look at that. >> just imagine your suitcase in
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a pure state of bliss coming down that runway. >> she even addresses it saying hello, suitcase. >> do you bring me joy? yes, you do. apparently the japanese ground crews also wave good-bye to flights as they pull away. they are all about customer service they say. >> i always thought that was fun, but -- >> a gentle touch. coming up, the teen who is 20 for 20, not only did he get into 20 top colleges, he got pull ride scholarships to all 20. so where is he going to go? >> that is a lot of applications. >> home of brag coming up. and the teen swept away in the sewer trapped for hours, see how rescuers finally found him. we have new video just in. you're watching "world news now." him. we have new video just in. you're watching "world news now."
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taking a look at the empire state taking a look at the empire state building, one of many landmarks bathed in blue light for autism awareness day. the white house was also in blue. autism affects about 1% of the world's population. now to los angeles. after a teen boy fell into a huge drain pipe and was swept after a teen boy fell into a away by a river of sewage. >> after nearly 13 hours of
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searching in the dark, they finally found him in a state they did not expect. here is whit johnson. >> reporter: first look up close at the 25-foot hole where a boy plunged into a terrifying ordeal, 13-year-old jesse hernandez out celebrating easter at a park with his family when he wandered off with friends into a restricted area and on to a maintenance vent. in seconds he was gone. >> nobody could find him, nobody could hear him, nobody could see him. >> reporter: the boy trapped in this dark 4-foot wide pipe, new footage showing the current of raw sewage snaking under the city of los angeles. after that fall, hernandez somehow traveling more than half a mile down a slippery toxic tunnel, above ground a desperate race against time. >> we did not give up. i'll be honest, we did not think we'd find a viable patient. >> reporter: crews lowering special floating cameras in to sewer hatches. then a clue. >> one of the cameras saw some hand prints on the sewer. >> inside the pipe? >> yeah.
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>> reporter: inside that pipe, jesse moving toward a small beam of light from above. >> the crew opened it up and first thing they hear is help. >> they could hear the boy asking for help. >> reporter: department of sanitation handed him a cellphone to call his parents. and you could just imagine the relief that they had felt from hearing their son's voice. >> reporter: jesse decontaminated on the scene and taken to a local hospital. >> word got back to this command post, i've never seen so much big burly men hold back tears and hug each other. >> reporter: sanitation workers have been here securing this facility. they have added a second layer of fencing and bolted shut the hole that jesse hernandez fell down into the sewer. we're also learning that jesse has been released from the hospital and he is back home with his family. whit johnson, abc news, los angeles. a story that he does have to tell. >> luckily he gets to tell it. >> yeah, absolutely.
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somebody else has an interesting story to tell. diane is twisting and turning. >> yeah, something like that. you will see what happens when i try to keep up with a very flexible youtube star. that is happening next on "world news now."
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so sometimes we're asked to bend over backwards for a story. >> that took on a different meaning when i met up with sofie. she can fold her body in ways most people can't imagine and she even tried to teach me a thing or two. >> reporter: if you ever come across a girl running like a spider, twisting her body like a human pretzel, or eating a hamburger with her feet, there is a good chance it is sofie dossi. she is a 16-year-old contortionist and youtube sensation with more than 1.4 million subscribers. she can fold her body like a jackknife, spin from a hoop suspended in the air and shoot
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an arrow with her toes. >> the world can't get enough of you. what attracted you to this? >> i always loved gymnastics and dance. and it was like combine those two together. i'm 14 years old. >> reporter: she first hit it big on america's got talent. quickly winning over the judges. even simon cowell. it earned her the golden buzzer. and catapulted her into tween stardom. we were with them in new york city where sofie is the halftime show for a college basketball game. how do you get warmed up for a show like this? >> one thing that i do a lot is jump up and down a lot. >> am i doing it right? >> like being super excited. from here, i imagine my routine. go out there. just perform my heart to the audience.
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>> and kick some butt. >> yeah, kick some butt. >> done. >> reporter: after hair, makeup, rehearsing, stretching, more stretching, and some setup by dad, it is show time. she is about to go on. i asked her if she was nervous, and she said just excited, but i'm nervous. ♪ and with dad as her stagehand, sofie wows the crowd with her signature move. oh, geez. not only did she hit the target, she hit the center of the target. happy?
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you seem happy. sofie doesn't just practice move, she invents them. >> i don't see anybody else do this. when i was actually younger, i told myself i had written down on like a dream board when i grow up, i'm going to travel the world and do what i love. and it's happening. check it off my dream board. >> reporter: but she still makes time to have a little fun. >> can you chase those guys? >> it is amazing the level of ease with what she does these things. really like no big deal. when we got there, she was twisting and turning and going upside down. so i saw this and i thought, well, maybe it is kind of easy. >> got to be easy, right. >> here is my attempt at trying to do the walk like a spider thing. >> is that like you're --
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you are free to go. tide and downy together. all right, it's time for your tuesday mix. >> did you forget what it was called? >> i forgot what the segment was called. >> one week of vacation. >> exactly. this is like the kid mi all right, it's time for your tuesday mix. >> did you forget what it was called? >> i forgot what the segment was called. >> one week of vacation. >> exactly. this is like the kid mix. we'll start with this kid who is genius. michael brown, 17 years old. accepted to not one, not two, not three, not four -- >> this will take a while. >> not five, not six, not seven -- okay. 20 schools. >> 20 schools! >> 20 essays is a lot. >> i wonder like which one is he excited about at that point? because he got accepted to harvard, yale, princeton, stanford, georgetown university -- >> so he's a real slacker.
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>> he's a real slacker. he did not get accepted to boston college or oswego state here in new york. >> take that! do you think his family got bored at any point like open the envelope already. whatever. >> harvard was my safe school. >> yeah, totally. princeton was mine. >> so congratulations. over to a woman who clearly wishes she was a kid. mila turned 30 and decided to celebrate with a funeral. she got dressed in head to toe black for the morbid occasion. she called it the funeral for her youth. she said she didn't want to leave her 20s behind and acknowledged that she is now, quote, old. her sister took the photos said she thought the whole thing was a bit dramatic. she said make the most of it and don't be afraid of your age. >> that's right, the 30s are great. come on in, the water is fine. >> i wouldn't know.
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>> yeah, you got another handle in front of yours. >> can i go back to singapore now? like where is the love? okay. lots of love for this young man. he is mason in the middle of illinois in a walmart, walmart greeters have gotten a lot younger these days. >> this is not like my local walmart. >> no, he is there kind of like yodeling. just spontaneous yodeling there. a twitter user saying walmart yodel boy for super bowl halftime show 2019. >> cute. >> walmart stock is suffering. >> one woman's reaction by the way was do you know where i can find light bulbs? we've all seen the adore only scene, a mom comforting her crying child, but this pair is kind of reversing the role. check it out. criesies --
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this morning on "world news now" the epa chief is under investigation. the white house now joining democrats in looking into his reported condo deal with a lobbyist. is his job on the line? and the president's talk of trade wars is sending stocks tanking. his attack on amazon is just the latest in a series of obstacles for major tech companies. and a jam-packed skinny. >> including what could be the nicest split ever. channing tatum and his wife jenna say they have lovingly chosen to separate. we'll have more. and it was judgment day on "american idol" as the top 24 were revealed. there were tears, there were more tears. did your favorite make the cut? our idol analyst is back to break it down for us on this tuesday, april 3rd.
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from abc news this is "world news now." i wonder if alpaca kid made it? that's his big dream. we'll find out. >> dream big. we're going to start this half hour off with the head of the environmental protection agency facing new scrutiny over his condo rental. >> abc news has learned that scott pruitt is now at the center of that investigation from the administration itself. after living in this condo last year which was co-owned by the wife of a top energy lobbyist. pruitt paid $50 a night for the apartment in a prime location near capitol hill. most apartments there go for $166 a night. he previously came under fire for spending over $100,000 on
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first class flights. an epa ethics official insists pruitt did not violate ethics rules with the condo deal, but even some republicans are skeptical. >> this was a brutally unprofessional transition. this was a transition that didn't vet people for this type of judgment issues. listen, i don't know how you survive this one. if he has to go, it is because he never should have been there in the first place. >> congressional democrats have sent a letter to pruitt demanding more details about the terms of the rental agreement. they say it may constitute a conflict of interest. >> and pruitt is gearing up with a showdown with california as the epa prepares to roll back fuel efficiency rules set by the obama administration. pruitt says it is designed to cut back on greenhouse gas emissions are too high. california can set its own rules which 12 other states traditionally follow. and its officials plan to stick with the tougher regulations, but pruitt intends to make the state fall in line with the trump administration.
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asian stock markets are losing ground overnight. >> big losses are being blamed on two factors, those are concerns about a possible trade war with china and the increased scrutiny that some big tech firms are struggling through right now. here is abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: stocks slammed. since hitting a record high in january, the dow now down 11%, meaning in the last two months the typical $100,000 401(k) has wiped out approximately $10,000 in value. behind the drop, the tech tide turning. amazon down more than 5% on the heels of a new twitter attack. the president writing only fools are worse, are saying that our money losing post office makes money with amazon. they lose a fortune and this will be changed. on its own website, the u.s. postal service says that by law it cannot lose money on deliveries. including amazon packages.
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facebook down again in the wake of the privacy scandal. adding to the selloff? fears of a trade war. china announcing new tariffs of $3 billion in u.s. goods hitting 128 products including pork, steel pipes and apples. retaliation for the trump administration's tariffs on steel and aluminum. >> the american steel and aluminum industry has been ravaged by aggressive foreign trade practices. it is really an assault on our country. >> reporter: the postal service could ultimately start charging amazon more to ship those packages, but keep in mind package delivery is one of the few growing businesses for the postal service and analysts believe that charging amazon more could lead the retail giant to pursue an alternative delivery service. >> thanks to rebecca jarvis. a new set of production quotas for immigration judges are being criticized. the justice department new standards say judges must complete 700 cases per year to
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earn a satisfactory grade. those who decide fewer than 560 cases will be labeled unsatisfactory, the quotas were seen as the trump administration's attempt to speed up deportations and reduce court backlogs. the judges' union strongly opposes the measures and will explore legal options. so we've learned of a possible meeting between president trump and vladimir putin. that word came from the kremlin announcing that the president invited putin to the white house when they spoke last month. the administration would only say that the white house was among a number of potential venues being considered. many are concerned that a visit will take place without president trump confronting putin about election meddling or the recent poisoning of a former russian spy in the uk. and just as he did with president putin, trump also called the egyptian president to congratulate him on his heavily criticized re-election victory.
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in fact he won with 97% of the vote. he faced no serious challengers after a string of candidates were either arrested or withdrew from the race. the state department offered no congratulations of their own. the statement also noted reports about constrained freedoms of expression. we're getting a new look at the moment that police vehicle hit a woman during a stephon clark protest. the sheriff's department has released dash cam video of the suv knocking over that grandmother saturday night. the vehicle then drove off. sacramento sheriff says he hasn't spoken with the driver, but he believes it is likely the driver did not see the woman. the sheriff blamed paid protesters for causing chaos before the woman was hit. >> there are professional protesters and professional instigators that infiltrate the protests for their own purposes as well as participants from out of the region that inflame and
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antagonize the event. >> the woman was treated for head and arm injuries. her lawyer says she is considering her legal options. two new studies find a drop in opoid use may be connected to marijuana. researchers in two states found medical marijuana may reduce patients' needs for prescription opoids. it looked at senior citizens and found opoid use dropped in 14% with marijuana dispensaries. doctors caution that marijuana should not be the first line of treatment. another rising snowstorm is coming this way even though it is spring. the storm is coming out of the northern rockies, it will bring snow to minneapolis this morning. some areas could see as much as a foot of snow. it will then make its way to new england. it will also deliver storms from indianapolis to cincinnati and new orleans. tornadoes are possible from memphis to cincinnati. hail likely. anything else? the storm is bringing a little bit of everything to just about everybody. >> locusts?
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>> no locusts yet. both the yankees and mets took a snow day yesterday after there was a half foot of snow. the yankees will open at home this afternoon against the rays rain permitting. the mets put off their game with the phillies until july. >> it delayed his home opener, jean carlos stanton still in his miami shorts. >> he was ready to go. just wondering where everybody is. maybe he didn't get the memo. >> i don't think they told him. game time temperature should be in the 40s for today for the yankees if they get it in. and the team ended the yankee season -- the team that ended it had some celebrating to do. >> the astros raised the first world championship banner in franchise history, but it didn't go smoothly. got stuck. >> there it is. >> took a leaf blower to get
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moving. they did eventually get it down. >> and then the fireworks -- burning through it? >> there was a big effort. people climbing up there, people trying with a pole. luckily they did finally unveil the banner. that would have been awkward. fireworks all around. >> houston of course beating the dodgers in six games to win the world series last year. coming up, when a planned demolition goes too well. see what happens when too much dynamite is used on this frozen river. >> what could possibly go wrong? and in the skinny an unexpected announcement from a hollywood power couple. you're watching "world news now." watching "world news now." great outdoors... e especially when you're in accounts receivable.
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>> you think we need a little -- yeah, might as well. a bigger show. >> too much is never enough. >> yeah. if only. >> well, glad everyone's okay. over to jury selection for bill cosby's sexual assault. only one juror was chosen on the first day. three quarters of the 120 potential jurors were sent home because they said they had already made up their minds about cosby's guilt or innocence. all but one said they know about the "me too" movement. the entertainers accused of drugging and molesting a woman at his home 14 years ago. the so-called affluenza teen is released from jail. >> after killing people in a drunk driving crash. here is matt gutman.
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>> reporter: the kid who argued he was too rich to know right from wrong riding off in that tesla, ethan couch mobbed by cameras as he came out of a probation office. he served two years for violating his parole by running off to mexico with his mother, this video showing couch at a beer pong party. two years earlier, he had been convicted of four counts of intoxication manslaughter killing four in this chain reaction crash. he was convicted but given only probation, not a single day in prison, partly because his defense argued the then 16-year-old was too spoiled to understand the consequences of his actions. >> affluenza. >> too rich for jail. >> reporter: he was a boy then, now he is a changed man says his jail chaplain. >> i think he has made clear to me that he needed time behind bars.
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just to really get him to the place of ownership. >> reporter: his attorneys tell us that couch feels true remorse. he is released, but not exactly free. he will be under gps monitoring, have a curfew, and won't be allowed to drink until 2026. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to matt. so katy perry's crush on "american idol," does he get to stay in the competition all because she likes him? >> our analyst is here to break it down for us. the skinny is next. ak it down for us. the skinny is next.
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♪ skinny the skinny the skinny it is time for the skinny and all good things must come to ♪ skinny the skinny the skinny it is time for the skinny and all good things must come to an end like hollywood week on "american idol." >> our idol analyst is here to tell us all about it. will ganss, good morning to you. >> i brought snacks. >> again? >> i know you said you were not into the whole snack thing. a very healthy ice cream.
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>> ice cream? >> ice cream, chocolate, cookies. >> are you bribing us? >> are you upset? >> i am a little upset and all because of what happened on idol last night. all good things must come to an end, hence my breakup snacks, you guys. take a look at the heartwrenching good-bye for katy's favorite construction worker trevor. ♪ ♪ i already know their angle >> maybe not. >> i can't believe this because you're not going to go through. trevor, don't go! >> i thought she was going to say just kidding. >> how do you say no to those abs and those eyes and that voice? >> and he was looking like a snack. >> so while we have the snacks here, something tells me he and his instragram followers will be just fine. >> what makes you think that?
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>> this is what is on his instragram. singing in his underwear. >> does it matter what he is singing right now? even if we have the volume down, he will get plenty of likes. >> yeah. >> so that is his instagram? >> yeah, go give him a follow. >> he has a picture of himself hugging a koala. come on. >> game over. yeah. but let me tell you, that was not the only bad romance in last night's episode. take a look at katie who is my favorite funky finalist now singing gaga's bad romance. ♪ i want your revenge, you and me have a bad romance ♪ >> she went through, right? >> yeah, she made it through last night. she will be joining the top 24
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along with shannon o'hara who took a big risk again by singing a katy perry song. her version of unconditionally wowed the judges and me, too. ♪ so open up your heart and just let me peek in, open up your heart and just let it peek in ♪ >> not bad, right? >> not bad at all. like our resident simon cowell. >> i actually watched it last night because the basketball game started so late, which is another issue, but then i was like all right, a little pitchy at times. >> but right now, i need to pull a diane and do the milano ice cream thing because this moment was heartwrenching for me and it is only the first in a series of heartbreaks. we said good-bye to my alpaca loving wig snatching noah last night. >> oh, no! >> i know.
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i noah. i will never stop saying wig. wig and peace, noah. we all know it can't end on a sad note here. we're into this chocolate and ice cream -- >> i can't get in to mine. >> it's a little frozen. but it will be melty enough soon enough. we could stand to burn a few calories, right? how about a dance break inspired by an interesting mover and shaker. he made it through, but his dance moves probably not. >> i didn't know i could dance until like a week and a half or two weeks ago. ♪ >> he cannot dance anymore though. i got to stop that. >> please stop the dancing. >> bonus round next. dancing. >> bonus round next. >> am i doing it?
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>> like the elaine from "seinfeld" kind of.
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it's our bonus round. wow, we've made some damage. breaking news about a major hollywood uncoupling. channing tatum is on the market again, ladies. >> so sticking with the breakups next. because the couple has called it quits. they released a joint statement saying we have lovingly chosen to separate. we fell deeply in love and have had a magical journey together. >> i don't know about a statement. looks more like a novel. so they went on to reassure fans that nothing salacious is going on. they just realized that it was time to, quote, take some space. >> yeah, the two have been married for almost nine years. you might remember they met on
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the set of the dance movie "step up." but one of their most memorable on screen collaborations took place on the small screen. ♪ >> so ll cool jay. his impression of magic mike of course and impression of beyonce on the same show, spot on. beyonce herself joined him on stage. >> yeah, probably the best lip sync battle performance ever. they were also well-known on the red carpet and made a lot of social media videos together. they have a daughter who will turn five next month. we obviously wish them the best. >> we do wish them the best. >> but we thank them for the excuse to eat breakup food. >> nine years together. that's a long time in hollywood years.
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>> let's take a look at some of the other breakups. >> it's been rough. >> because if these people can't make it, how can any of us? first up, jennifer aniston and justin theroux. they met on the set of a movie. everything seemed awesome and then they announced their split at the end of last year. >> and we thought okay, this could be it. no. and then there was fergie. they married in 2009. >> joshua duamel or however he says his name. >> they split in september. although they never put a ring on it, danny amendola. >> super cute. >> he is with the patriots. >> and of course who could forget becca and arie. really thought that one was forever. ♪ the way we were ♪ memories >> i need more milanos. way we were ♪
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making news in america this morning, a new step in the immigration crackdown. the trump administration announcing quotas for immigration judges as we learn new details overnight about the so-called caravan of migrants heading to the u.s. border from central america. this morning, mexico responds to the president's latest threat. stocks plunge as investors on wall street worry about a trade war. this morning, how much money pork producers in the heartland have already lost. plus, a new indication the president is about to wage war on amazon as he fights for the postal service. a shocking crash. two planes collide at this airport in the midwest killing two firefighters. the investigation into what happened just as one plane was taking off. plus, college basketball crowns its new champion as fans light fires t

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