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let's see. if these packs have the same number of bladder leak pads, i bet you think bigger is better. actually, it's bulkier. always discreet doesn't need all that bulk to protect. because it's made differently. the super absorbent core quickly turns liquid to gel, for drier protection that's a lot less bulky. looks like good things really do come in small packages. always discreet. for bladder leaks. watch as police and watch as police and firefighters in new jersey scramble to rescue a man from a burning car. officers broke the windows and saw someone sitting in the
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driver's seat surrounded by flames and thick smoke. the man apparently resisted as they pulled him out, but they did manage to get him to safety. they think he may have fallen asleep with his foot on the gas, which causes the engine to overheat. >> incredible video there, and you see how close it was. now to the amazing discovery after a woman learned how her runny nose wasn't quite what it seemed. >> her doctors told her it was probably allergies, turns out they were very wrong. >> reporter: kendra jackson heads to her checkup appointment at nebraska medicine. jackson says the team here changed her life. >> everywhere i went, i always had a box of puffs. always stuffed in my pocket. >> reporter: it started with a runny nose that just wouldn't stop. >> like a waterfall. >> reporter: back in 2013, jackson suffered head trauma from a car accident, but doctors kept saying her runny nose was
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probably allergies. >> i knew something was wrong. i knew it. >> reporter: at nebraska medicine, she was diagnosed with a csf leak, cerebrospinal fluid. >> spinal fluid? >> reporter: yep, brain fluid was leaking through her nose, half a pint a day. >> i was up all night. >> reporter: untreated, fluid leaks like jackson's can lead to serious infections. they used to have to do brain surgery to fix them 37 not anymore. >> we do a non-invasive approach. you see the cameras, very similar to what we use in the o.r. to repair the leak. >> reporter: one week post-op, jackson says she feels amazing. >> i can tell a great big difference. oh, man, a great big difference. >> reporter: kendra will have a
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few more checkups to monitor the pressure in her head but expects to make a full recovery. news watch 7. >> interesting she knew something else was wrong. good for her, that she kept going to doctors. >> she kept following up on it, and there are simple things like this that you never realized could have a bigger, bigger impact on your life. now just in time for pollen season. good luck. when we come back, the unlikely duo helping koalas. >> it all started with a jockstrap. "the skinny" is next. >> yep. mother...nature! sure smells amazing... even in accounts receivable.
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♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" here's something for your hump day skinny. we're going to start with rival pop stars extending an olive branch. >> literally, katy perry sent an olive branch, to swift's
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dressing room. >> taylor posted a thank you for the shrubbery to instagram along with a glimpse of katy's handwritten note with her dog nugget to seal the envelope. apparently, this ends a long-standing drama that started when katy stole one of taylor's backup dancers. they were pals before that. but it's been nothing but bad blood of course between the two since. >> katy did apologize to swift during a live stream, but it seemed she was throwing shade on "american idol." >> sorry, katy. taylor swift. >> i love her as a songwriter as well. >> as a songwriter. as well. >> a lot of shade there. but glad to say it's all good now. there have been reports that ticket sales have been lackluster for taylor's tour. so on behalf of katy, you're welcome, taylor, i guess.
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>> a little pr action. >> you say that it's a very nice gesture, but actually taylor's allergic to olive branches, so -- >> and pollen on there, too. russell crow and john oliver are in a giving mood. john oliver bought a lot of stuff from crow's big divorce auction, including the jockstrap he wore. for the bargain price of $7,000. >> they kept joking that it was used. in all, oliver bought nearly $80,000 of memorabilia which he donated to the last blockbuster store in anchorage, alaska, you can go there and check it out for yourself. russell was inspired by john's generosity and wanted to honor him with his own, well, award. >> he gave him an actual award. the john oliver koala chlamydia award. >> oliver's response?
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well played, russell crowe, well played. next to one of 2018's undeniable breakout stars. the yodel kid from walmart. you remember him? 11-year-old mason ramsey, captivated our hearts and eardrums. serenaded unsuspecting shoppers. >> i got into it. since mason's music career has blown up, he has not forgotten where he came from. this is a crowd yesterday at a knoxville, tennessee walmart where he performed. >> look at how many people are out there to watch him. and it seems that mason's on to something of a walmart tour right now at the moment. he's also appearing at a store in chattanooga today. >> all right, he knows his crowds.
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here's mason performing at the grand ole opry. that's the top of the country music world. >> he was at coachella as well, proving he's not a sellout as yet. he's doing the walmart tour. wow. love to see him. >> he's still mason from the block. >> from sixth street. and finally, since we didn't get enough of tom brady's met gala look, here it is again in all its glory. >> and we do mean glory. so tom doesn't even want to take credit for his fashion choice, by the way. he says he's giving all the props to his wife gisele. i don't know if that's supposed to be a compliment to gisele or an insult to gisele. some say the patriots are worried switching to ice skating. >> brian boitano would be proud
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of it. >> gisele tried to remind her instagram followers that her cutie knows fashion. apparently, he tried to deny it. >> check it out when brady and alex rodriguez ran into each other in the event. >> who wore the turtleneck better. you may want more than parts a and b here's why. medicare only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. you might want to consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like any medicare supplement insurance plan, these help pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and, these plans let you choose any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients. you could stay with the doctor or specialist you trust... or go with someone new. you're not stuck in a network... because there aren't any. so don't wait. call now to request your free decision guide
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♪ welcome to my house ♪ baby take control now ♪ welcome to my house ♪ baby take control now ♪ we can't even slow down ♪ we don't have to go out an interesting choice, to talk about the queen's house. we get to talk about the cut, who got invited to the queen's house or one of her many homes for her grandson's wedding. >> who's going to the royal wedding! who got to save the date and who's not making the cut? let's go to abc's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: it's the most coveted invitation of the year. harry and meghan's wedding is just over a week away. it will be the who's who of hollywood royalty mingling with real-life royalty, but who
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actually made the cut? >> victoria and david beckham. george and amal clooney. meghan's invited the entire cast of "suits." pippa middleton's invited with her husband and harry's friends eddie golding and james blunt. >> reporter: who may miss harry's big day? in addition to the obamas and the trudeaus who are both close friends of the couple, serena williams told robin she's not sure if she'll be there. >> i don't know, you know, i think it's during one of the tournaments, so we'll see if i can make it. >> reporter: expect the wedding of the year to include some of the most iconic names in music at the intimate reception at frogmoor house, from chris martin of cold play, to rihanna, harry taking an aids test with her side by side in barbados in 2016.
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♪ good-bye england's rose ♪ like a candle in the wind >> reporter: elton john has not only helped harry carry on diana's legacy, expect him to make a special appearance for the little boy who grew up in front of his eyes. also meghan showing the wedding dress to the queen. >> the wedding dress has been moved to windsor castle where she'll later this week show it to the queen at a private showing. >> what happens if the queen doesn't like it? >> uh, i was hoping for a little bit more frill. >> we'll get right on it. >> i wanted a longer train. i guess that's biggest pressure right there. we're almost there, wedding day. >> may 19, get ready everybody!
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good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top stories we're following on "world news now." president trump's removal of the u.s. from the iran nuclear deal is drawing swift and aggressive and angry reaction from some parts of the world. and it's leading to questions about what impact it might have on any nuclear deal with north korea. the president's long-time attorney michael cohen is under scrutiny for receiving $4 million from various people including a russian oligarch. passengers were forced to emergency exits after smoke
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filled the cabin. and chris paul's big night over utah and into the western conference finals. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, may 9th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we do say good morning, everybody on this wednesday. we're going to start with the angry reaction overnight to president trump's removal of the u.s. from the iran nuclear deal. this video just in right here, iranian lawmakers burning a paper u.s. flag this morning in parliament while chanting "death to america". >> iran's president says his country could begin enriching uranium within weeks. president trump says the deal didn't go far enough. tara palmieri has more. >> reporter: president trump pulling the u.s. out of the multi-national iran deal. >> the united states will withdraw from the iran nuclear deal.
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in a few moments, i will sign a presidential memorandum to beg macron, angela merkel and boris johnson all made trips to washington in the past weeks trying to save the deal. but their arguments didn't work. tara palmieri, washington. >> it's not just iranian members angry. many citizens took to social media denouncing the u.s. and expressed concerns about possible shortages they could face particularly when it comes to medications. >> the iran deal was former president obama's chief accomplishment. he warned that the u.s. could eventually be left with a losing choice between a nuclear-armed iran or another war in the middle east. many u.s. companies had already invested in iran. we carry on right now, and the secretary of state mike
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pompeo is in north korea right now working on the possible release of american hostages. it's pompeo's second visit there in less than a month. his first included a meeting with kim jong un. this time he's pressing the north koreans to release the three u.s. citizens being held hostage. if they're freed, pompeo says it would be a great gesture ahead of president trump's upcoming meeting with kim. eric schneiderman is facing a criminal investigation after four women accused him of abuse. governor cuomo has appointed a special prosecutor to the case. he says he appointed the special prosecutor to avoid any conflicts of interest. just weeks after he was forced to resign, father patrick conroy had coffee with the house
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speaker paul ryan and said they plan to meet again next week for dinner. members of both parties had complained over conroy's departure which ryan insists was over concern of his pastoral care. and the utah republican senator orrin hatch is apologizing to john mccain. he had said it was ridiculous for mccain to ask that president trump not attend his funeral. well, now hatch tells the "washington post" that he shouldn't have said anything. mccain is home in arizona, battling a serious form of brain cancer. his daughter criticized hatch's comment on abc's "the view", which of course she co-hosts. a junior navy officer has pleaded guilty for her part in the deadly collision of the "uss fitzgerald" and a containership off japan. she did not warn of an eminent collision. she received a letter of reprimand and a cut in pay for three months.
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the commander and two other junior officers are also facing charges. a high school student is under arrest accused of making a hit list with the names of more than a dozen students. the 16 year old in macon county admitted that he intended to harm the people on the list, which included the principal. several rifles and handguns were among an arsenal of weapons found in his bedroom. a second neighborhood is in the crosshairs of the kilauea volcano. some residents ignored the evacuation order, and two new vents may block escape routes. kayna whitworth has more. >> reporter: on hawaii's big island, residents on edge, bracing for new lava flows after two new cracks open up. the tropical forest is now a river of ash and red hot lava. roads slowly being consumed by a wall of molten rock.
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the number of destroyed homes rising to 35. it's completely taken over this road. in some places it's stacked some 20 feet high. and you can feel the heat radiating from it. hazardous fumes are still being released into the air. the national guard taking constant readings. >> we have to turn back because it's getting too hot. >> reporter: how many times have you had to turn back? >> there's been i believe three times. >> reporter: lines of cars filled with families, waiting to see if their homes are still standing nearly 1800 still displaced. what's the saddest thing? >> i saw three houses burn down with my own eyes. >> reporter: there's no telling when and where the lava could start erupting again. >> even though we're in a lull, there's very much the possibility that could restart at any time. >> reporter: geologists saw a rise in activity in their models this morning and seeing the activity move west, creating new
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cracks in major highways. it's a situation that they are monitoring 24 hours a day. kayna whitworth, abc news. and now to baseball history overnight, pretty good no-hitter. >> not too bad at all. >> james paxton threw a 5-0 no-hitter. >> you see that face? paxton's face. does he look familiar? so the no-hitter comes about a month after paxton gained a lot of notoriety for becoming the landing spot for a bald eagle. the way he's going with the birds, the baltimore orioles need to watch out, don't you think? the blue jays took them down. >> there was a lot of talk on twitter about this. a lot of people debating. the most impressive thing, pitching a no-hitter or not freaking out when a bald eagle lands on him.
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>> i'm thinking the eagle. >> calm under pressure. >> and he's a canadian, the first canadian to pitch a no-hitter on canadian soil. a big deal, i guess. maybe she's born with it. maybe not. >> i think i heard that joke before. michelle wolf? >> the slogan from maybelline. fake lashes. plus a friendly game of corn hole dissolves into chaos. what makes them see red. you're watching "world news now." what makes them see red. you're watching "world news now." chaos. what makes them see red. you're watching "world news now."
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it's been the number 1 doctor recommended brand for 10... ...straight years, and it's still recommended today. use as directed. dozens of fa dozens of families are out of their homes this morning after floods devastated missoula, montana. hundreds of other homes are threatened. the clark fork river is rising as snow in the mountains begins to melt. another incident where police are accused of detaining people of color for seemingly nothing. >> three women were checking out an airbnb and say they were racially profiled, and same goes for two students on a college
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tour. >> reporter: since a viral video showing two black men being arrested at a philadelphia starbucks, outrage has followed other incidents like it. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: people of color reporting being arrested or detained by police for innocent acts. in rialto, california -- >> literally can't believe, pulled out of the car. >> reporter: four people, three of them african-american say they were leaving their airbnb rental property when they were surrounded by police. >> there were three black people stealing stuff. >> stealing stuff? >> breaking into the house. >> reporter: tuesday the police department releasing body cam video defending their actions. >> we're in the process of investigating. just to make sure we cover all our bases. >> reporter: say they were simply answering a burglary call. >> this is not a racial issue. this has to do everything with building better partnerships with our visitors, our business communities, and we hope that airbnb would help us to achieve that.
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>> reporter: and in colorado -- >> all because some biased person judged my boys on how they looked. >> reporter: two native-american brothers were stopped and frisked at colorado state university because a mother who was also on the tour felt they were suspicious. >> how did the police officer even know which kids on the tour to approach? what description did she give? >> reporter: rialto says the entire encounter lasted 22 minutes and released the video to show that the people were treated with respect and dignity. >> the police department says the video is accurate and unedited. and they say the department is confident that the officers involved will be treated with professionalism. >> the women in the airbnb incident says one of the problems was the sergeant arrived and said he didn't know what airbnb was. one of the neighbors may have called cops because she waved at them and they didn't wave back. >> we'll keep waving from now on. now to new guidelines for
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prostate cancer screening. >> a panel that had recommended against routine screenings has now reversed its decision. they now urge people to talk to their doctors about risks for psa tests. those risks include physical side effects of biopsies and treatments and psychological effects of false diagnosis. our steve osunsami who suffered from prostate cancer at one point is one of those who says get checked early on. mike woods is going in for surgery today. weatherman in new york as well saying get checked early. >> cancer does not discriminate. bad news if you're watching us with a glass of wine right now. it will not help you sleep. >> what? >> heavy drinking before bed defined as two glasses for women and three for men, by the way. it reduces sleep quality by nearly 40%. and younger people suffer the effects more than older people
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do. >> but what if you down an ambien with a glass of wine, does that help? >> i'm pretty sure that's what the bottle says exactly not to do. do not consume with alcohol. i think it's right on there. >> oh, that's true, you're right. >> you're looking at the wrong bottle. coming up, the new fashion trend that has people doing a double take. >> inside the growing industry of fake eyelashes. you're watching "world news now." you look amazing. and you look amazingly comfortable. when your v-neck looks more like a u-neck... that's when you know, it's half-washed. test test
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all right, fake eyelashes are the latest style craze raking in big bucks. maybe some big butts, too, at makeup stores and salons. that's another craze. >> that's another craze. so what's behind those lovely lashes? here's abc's marci gonzalez. nothing fake. >> reporter: from kim kardashian tutorials -- >> i'm going to start on the outer corners. >> reporter: -- to rupaul's drag race all the way back to twiggy's head shots. larger than life names complete with lush lashes have always been in style. but now lashes, the false ones,
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have gone from special occasion adornment to must-have every day accessories. the market for false lashes is booming, projected to reach $1.5 billion in the next five years just in product. for entrepreneurs, it is much more. >> i really saw a need, and that's when blinkbar was born. >> reporter: and the options are seemingly endless. >> so we have the coquette and the temptress. and we select the material. so we have our synthetic lash, our starter lash, our basic lash. >> reporter: alexis invited us to watch her lash transformation. what are you having done? >> i'm getting the temptress. >> reporter: the process takes about two hours and costs between $120 and $350. for those who aren't quite ready for the commitment that comes with individual extensions there
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are temporary options which come for adding bang to your blink. >> here is basically our wall of lashes. >> reporter: how hot are false lashes right now? >> for sure we live in a social media environment. everybody wants to look good for their selfies. i think they're maybe the new standard. >> reporter: jeffrey english was kind enough to give me my own makeover. >> let's pop on this lash. gorgeous. this is red carpet! >> reporter: ooh. love. >> love that. >> reporter: back at blinkbar. she's just finishing up? >> she really builds the style. she's using a multitude of lashes. >> reporter: alexis is ready for her closeup. let's see them. they look so great. how do they feel? >> they feel amazing. i love them. >> reporter: your eyes pop so much. >> when i first started it was a rare luxury, and i really notice when i'm at the grocery store and in an elevator i look around.
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50% of the women have eyelash extensions, which is exciting. >> reporter: maybe a few years ago i would be embarrassed if someone would say where did you get your lashes done? >> i feel like it's like getting your hair done. i think eyelash extensions are here to stay. >> reporter: i'm marci gonzalez in los angeles. >> your lashes look amazing, where do you go? >> i went to jared. i'm going to be a conformist. >> kendis is trying to get in with the trend. >> uh-huh. >> are we going to show a before and after? >> they've seen the before. >> one on one and one on the other? there you go. >> it kind of works. >> your eyes just pop. and your aim is perfect. right on the lash line. right where you want it. can you even see right now? >> i can't really see anything. >> i can't really see anything.
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♪ i lost one of the lashes
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somewhere. ♪ i lost one of the lashes somewhere. >> crisis. crisis here at "world news now." >> it's okay. i'll just carry on with the one. >> oh, i can't imagine where it could be. >> oh. [ laughter ] >> is it supposed to pull off your real lashes when you take it off? >> i don't know, but is your forehead growing? >> it's kind of creepy. it's like one of those snapchat filters where the mouth is up here? corn hole, is there nothing sacred in america anymore? this competition takes place every year. >> whoa. >> the charity corn hole tournament. >> that doesn't look like corn hole. >> it turned into a brawl. it turned into a place for husky men in shorts to throw haymakers at each other. it is in the sec. >> absolutely ridiculous. >> this is stupid, she says. [ laughter ]
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the off-screen comments are presented by some guy's wife. that guy's probably sleeping on the couch still. they were completely -- they were completely sober. oh, that video. >> funniest ever. you know how in the cartoons they always pull the classic banana peel if they throw one down and make someone slip? apparently, it is a real thing. if you needed proof, here you go. >> angry! >> whoa! >> oh. >> that was samantha sharing a video of her friend simulating an angry phone call on a banana phone. she went to simulate her anger by throwing down the phone. you see why they call it a banana split. >> the banana says aren't you glad i'm not an orange? that didn't work.
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these promposal things are just ridiculous. this kid here in high school faked his own birth, there, just to ask somebody out to the prom. >> whoa. >> at the end, once he pops out there in diapers, he says i was born to go to the prom with you. i hope she said no. >> interesting. so when you go on safari, the intention is to get a nice close look at the animals. but this latest safari goer in tanzania got a little more than she bargained for. check out video of the moment a lioness got curious about the video. there was somebody on top of the truck at this point. you can see they quickly jump down.
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this morning on "world news now," possible new russian ties revealed. >> it's the latest development
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in the russia probe. a firm with ties to a russian billionaire allegedly made payments to the president's personal attorney. hear why stormy daniels' lawyer is the one sounding the alarm. the fallout from president trump pulling out of the iran deal. iran is reacting swiftly with a stern warning. the son of a big city mayor here caught on camera using foul language and slurs and directing them to a police officer during a traffic stop. and it's enough to make anyone sneeze. the video which proves why this is the worst time of year for allergies, it's wednesday, may 9th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i don't suffer. do you? >> really? oh, watching that video made me want to sneeze. >> makes your eyes water. you guys were all complaining,
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when is spring going to get here, when is spring going to get here? she has gotten here. >> and the pollen that comes along with her. we're going to start with this interesting development in the russia probe overnight, the money trail leading to president trump's long-time attorney, new allegations of payments from an american company linked to a russian billionaire. >> after the election, cohen reportedly received $500,000 from an investment firm linked to viktor vekselberg, a russian oligarch close to vladimir putin. the attorney for stormy daniels says the money was wired to the same account used to pay off his client. >> some of the transactions involved major companies like at&t. we begin with abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: stormy daniel's attorney released a statement laying out a series of banking transactions including eight by cohen to the russian oligarch.
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we've reached out to cohen's attorney and not yet heard back. we do know that the russian oligarch has already been interviewed by the special counsel's team of robert mueller. >> michael avenatti said he's confident that the information is 100% accurate. >> on cnn he suggested that michael cohen may have been selling access to the president. >> is it clear to you why this company would have paid michael cohen after the election, payments up to $500,000? >> it's not clear to us yet. but what we do know is there was about $500,000 worth of payments that took place between january of 2017, so this is after the election that occurred in november 2016. and then up through or prior, approximately august of 2017. so about an eight-month time period of payments, totaling approximately $500,000.
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>> so avenatti declined to say how he obtained the records, but he said it came through an exhaustive process. and for many people doubting whether or not the information was wrong, at&t actually did come out with a statement as a result. and he says that collaborates what he is talking about. at&t said to have paid cohen's company some $200,000. >> that company's also come forward saying it's solely owned and controlled by americans, but avenatti says the oligarch's american cousin runs the company. so the link may not be completely direct but the link is there. >> it's easy to get lost in the weeds. >> we need a whiteboard. >> we do, absolutely. many are saying it may lead to some sort of bank fraud. investigators are looking into it. michael avenatti shockingly found the tv camera and will be on gma a little bit later on this morning. >> ooh, michael? >> he's calling you right now. we're going to carry on
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right now. this morning, lawmakers in iran are railing against the u.s. in anger and in reaction to president trump's decision to withdraw the u.s. from the iran nuclear deal. >> the president had called the deal flawed from the start and made the u.s. exit with his signature. people in iran will see crippling sanctions taking effect once again. many are expressing fears on social media about likely shortages, including medications that they've come to rely on. >> the president's move was the biggest foreign policy action in his term so far. jonathan karl has more. >> reporter: defying allies and keeping a campaign promise, president trump is taking the united states out of the iran nuclear deal. >> the fact is this was a horrible, one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made. it didn't bring calm. it didn't bring peace. and it never will. >> reporter: this is no half
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measure. the president declared he is reimposing sanctions waived as part of the deal. all of them. >> america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail. >> reporter: under the iran nuclear dial, iran agreed to shut down its production of weapons-grade uranium and the nuclear agency says iran has stood with its side of the deal. but the president says it falls short. it doesn't present iran from supporting terrorism or building up its missile program. >> at the heart of the iran deal was a giant fiction. that a murderous regime desired only a peaceful nuclear energy program. >> reporter: anguished by the decision, former president obama. the iran deal his chief foreign policy accomplishment. in a statement he warns the united states could eventually be left with a losing choice between a nuclear-armed iran or another war in the middle east. and from iran's president, an ominous threat.
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hassan rouhani announcing he has ordered iran's scientists to start enriching uranium again if necessary. when i recently asked the president about that prospect, he answered with a threat of his own. the iranians say they'll restart their nuclear program. >> you'll find out, you'll find out about that. it won't be so easy for them to restart. we're not going to be restarting anything. if they restart it, they're going to have big problems, bigger than they've ever had before. >> reporter: the president cast his actions on iran as a message to north korea. >> the united states no longer makes empty threats. when i make promises, i keep them. >> reporter: the president announced secretary of state mike pompeo is in north korea again laying the groundwork for the much-anticipated nuclear summit with kim jong un. perhaps the single biggest question facing the president as he goes into his meeting with kim jong un is how a nuclear deal with north korea would be verified.
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after all, north korea already has nuclear weapons, and it is the most secretive and isolated country on the planet. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. and secretary of state pompeo is also seeking the release of three u.s. hostages being held by north korea. pompeo said it would be a great gesture if north korea agreed to release the three americans. an official from south korea says they are expected to be freed today. also breaking overnight, results are in for primaries in three states that backed president trump in 2016. >> in west virginia, the senate candidate who president trump urged people to vote against lost. don blankenship placed third and the tweet was a big reason. patrick morrissey won. >> in ohio, mark dewine won the republican nomination for governor while richard cordray will represent the democrats. they're both seeking to replace governor john kasich. >> the republican primary in indiana was a nasty one.
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but mike braun scored an upset over two members of congress. president trump will visit the state tomorrow to rally for support of braun. >> and also in indiana, mike pence's brother greg won the house primary and is seen as the favorite for the seat his brother once held. and eric schneiderman is facing charges and governor cuomo has appointed a special prosecutor. the prosecutor could bring charges against him if she believes they are warranted. he appointed the special prosecutor to avoid conflicts of interest. the mayor of denver's 22-year-old son has apologized for an incident during a stop. jordan hancock unleashed on the officer using a slur,
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threatening to have him fired. his rant, well, caught on body camera and leaked to the press. >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> mayor of what? of denver? >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> for what? >> exactly. don't worry about it. >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> okay. so hancock pled guilty and paid a fine. his dad mayor michael hancock calls his son's actions inexcusable. he'll work with him to turn a personal mistake into a valuable lesson. and a second neighborhood near kilauea's volcano is under evacuation. now officials are warning anyone who hasn't already to get out. two new vents have opened and are emitting dangerous gases. the national guard is keeping an eye on the air quality when it can. >> we have to turn back because it's getting too high. >> reporter: how many times have you had to turn back? >> there's been i believe three times. >> more than two dozen homes
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have been destroyed. the vents are cutting off some evacuation routes. now to the video striking fear in the hearts of allergy sufferers everywhere. >> if you wonder what happens when you slam a backhoe into a massive tree in the springtime, here's the answer. >> wait for it. >> pollen bomb. >> the woman who posted it said her husband was clearing brush in millville, new jersey when he decided to tap the tree. and you see he wasted no time reversing out of there. >> he panics so much he at first puts it in forward. >> i think it's kind of pretty. >> she wrote the next time my husband tells me the pollen's bad, i'll just take his word for it. that apparently was his way of demonstrating his point.
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>> saw the pollen and wondered what would happen if they hit the tree. >> there you go. >> answer. pow. coming up, the apparent confusion between ticks and poppy seeds. see why the cdc is apologizing for using muffins to warn of lyme disease. and the fbi is digging through the property of a convicted killer who once led police to the same site. police back on the scene hoping to solve a number of decades old missing persons cases. you're watching "world news now." and the fbi is digging through the property of a convicted killer who once led police to the same site. police back on the scene hoping to solve a number of decades old missing persons cases. you're watching "world news now." there's no heavy bucket, or mop to wring out, because the absorb and lock technology traps dirt and liquid inside the pad. it's safe to use on all finished surfaces tile, laminate and hardwood. and it prevents streaks and hazing better than a micro fiber strip mop, giving you a thorough clean the first time. for a convenient clean, try swiffer wetjet with a money back guarantee. brand power. helping you buy better.
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we're back now with some new video of a daring carjacking we're back now with some new video of a daring carjacking escape. check out this 11-year-old girl jumping from a moving vehicle at a gas station there. her father was pumping gas near chicago when the suspect took the car with kayla in the back seat. her dad jumped onto the hood of an accomplice's car trying to stop them. one suspect was caught. you see kayla and dad hugging there. they're both okay. an exploding transformer sparked a huge fire at a power plant. the blast sent this fireball and thick smoke into the sky over texas city. authorities say it started as a mineral oil fire. power was knocked out in the surrounding area.
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no injuries were reported. and later this morning, authorities will resume digging outside detroit searching for remains of girls missing for more than a decade. >> they believe a convicted killer who led them to the same dig site ten years ago could reveal more victims. here is eva pilgrim. >> reporter: investigators digging in mccomb township, michigan searching for the remains of kimberly king who vanished in 1979. >> kim hopped the back fence and i went in my house. >> reporter: nearly 40 years later, police are confident they're close to finding king and possibly up to five other girls they believe were killed by arthur ream. he is already in jail for the murder of cindy zarsicki. this video shows him pointing the police to the location of the remains.
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she was found in these woods ten years ago, but that site not fully searched. kimberly king's sister connie has never stopped looking. >> it's the most important thing in my life. until we find her, it will always be the most important thing in my life. >> reporter: police reopened this case late last year. they have interviewed arthur ream several times since and say he failed a polygraph. >> and experts say after all this time it could take months or years to identify those victims if they do find them. coming up in the next half hour, a technological breakthrough, especially for us overnighters. see what google has just unveiled to bring us one step closer to having a robot personal assistant handle our schedules even while we sleep. >> i'm listening.
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♪ i want to take you on a date ♪ let's go on a date ♪ let's go on a date i like it. i'm going to do that. >> it doesn't sound very romantic. but the message is kind of sweet. >> let's go on a date. let's be real. dates can be disappointing. >> no! >> especially if it's a first date, but you can at least count on getting a good meal out of it. >> usually. one man is making it easy when it comes to deciding who picks up the check. he just runs off and leaves her behind. >> did you just say you're seeing other people? >> yeah. i mean, isn't that the whole point of online dating? >> no. it's to find your soul mate! >> reporter: for many people, online dating is what you do to find love. for one california man it seemed to be less about filling his heart and more about filling his stomach.
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>> he just knew all the right things to say. and that's what really makes me like angry inside. >> reporter: paul gonzalez is accused by at least six women in the los angeles area of inviting them out to dinner after meeting online and ordering an expensive meal. after eating, his phone rings. he steps away to take the call and never returns. >> he ordered a caesar salad with shrimp, a steak, baked potato and glass of pinot noir. >> he said his son may be calling. >> reporter: the dine and dasher has been accused of duping several dates. he was sentenced to 90 days in jail for theft. but just months after being released, pasadena police say he's back at it, telling abc news, we are looking at him for other incidents of this nature. we believe there are other victims afraid to come forward. in this latest alleged incident, the restaurant manager
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confronted a man believed to be gonzalez after recognizing him from news coverage. >> i said you're the notorious dine and dasher dater and he looked perplexed. and i said that's you, right? he said yes. >> reporter: the manager says he then ran off, leaving his date alone at the table but at least not alone with the bill. the restaurant comped the meals. why are you laughing? >> is it because the guy didn't pay for the meal? >> no. >> because women -- >> it's the deception in it. if he got to the end and was like hey, go dutch or you got this, right? it wouldn't be -- >> it's just the fact that he didn't say -- >> it's theft at that point, he's like oh, see ya. he didn't even say see ya. i'm going to take this call. >> time's up. >> that is not what he's doing. oh, geez. what he's doing. oh, geez. doing. oh, geez.
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and there's a little bit of an apology coming from the centers for disease control out of atlanta. over the weekend, they tweeted they thought they were helping people, saying summer's almost upon us, and they tweeted out a photo of how there could be conceivably ticks hiding in your muffin. says ticks can be the size of a poppy seed. can you spot all five ticks in this photo? >> so there are five ticks on the muffin? and they blend in with the poppy seeds? >> yes. >> ew! >> many people found this post to be gross and swore off poppy seed muffins forever. the cdc responded to the public outrage by saying sorry we ticked some of you off. >> oh, do you think they did all of this just so they could use that pun? if so, well played, cdc. well played. >> do you think they are that smart? they are scientists, so yeah.
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>> all right, so no more poppy seed muffins. >> i'm still going for the poppy seeds. you might remember yesterday we showed you the armenian guy who does the two -- showed you the two-finger pushups, we showed you the one-hand two finger pushups. he has outdone himself. i bring you the one handed, two finger pushups with your feet on the table. can he do it? yes, he can. that is neric hacobian. i think we all need new fitness goals after that. >> what does he do next? >> what will he do next? >> i think there's some trickery there. >> i think you're going to have to top this. >> not at all? >> mark's buying it. he says it's for real. you know reese's peanut butter follows only one person on the instagram.
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a fan of the beloved candy company recently discovered while about 100,000 people follow reese's there on social media on the instagram and such, any guess on who it follows? >> hmm. >> gabriele reece. >> that's pretty good. >> liverpool football club. >> i'll carry on. reese witherspoon. >> oh! >> the second person. >> that's creative. >> good for you, reese's. you know those videos where your pets are like no, don't stop petting me. dog, cat, sometimes a bunny. well, check out rosie the raccoon. anytime you stop petting rosie, she pushes your hand right back
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they don't help single moms. hi. hi. what happened to our house last year? it flooded. and the water flooded out. yeah. the red cross arranged the hotel for us. they gave me that break, that leverage, to be able to get it together and... take care of them, you know? i feel like we've come full circle. like that! this is how i'll do it. sarah: there you go. this morning on "world news this morning on "world news now," the u.s. secretary of state arrives in north korea for another visit.
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and there are reports he may bring three american hostages home with him. we're tracking the overnight developments from that region. plus the claim that president trump's personal lawyer received $500,000 from a firm linked to a russian billionaire. the claim was first made by stormy daniels' attorney. and new this half hour, the frightening moments on board a flight. >> it was forced to evacuate after smoke filled the cabin. and the calls for world peace as katy perry and taylor end their feud. is it a sustainable peace? or is it just a ploy to sell concert tickets, as if we're that easy? we are. we'll have the investigation on this wednesday, may 9th. from abc news. this is "world news now." >> all this talk about the u.s.
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and iran, the u.s., north korea, we have to get to the bottom of katy and taylor. >> we never thought that we would see the u.s. talk with north korea, much less katy perry and taylor swift talk again. of course other than the latter, we didn't care if they talked again. we'll break it down. but it's like the de-icing or the thawing. president trump's potential meeting with north korea's kim jong un perhaps only weeks away, but now this meeting overnight. >> secretary of state mike pompeo arrived in north korea's capital, it's his second trip in about a month. he says he's there to finalize details of what would be historic talks between trump and kim. the u.s. is also pressing for the release of three u.s. citizens held in north korea. they are expected to be freed today as an apparent goodwill gesture. >> we will keep an eye on
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developments there. in the meantime, the president announced pompeo's trip to north korea as he was taking america out of the iranian deal. sanctions had been suspended during the obama era agreement. now the former president called trump's move misguided, and he said that it would hurt america's credibility, but trump said the deal was defective, and he believes withdrawing from it makes the world safer. >> the fact is, this was a horrible, one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made. it didn't bring calm. it didn't bring peace. and it never will. at the heart of the iran deal was a giant fiction. that a murderous regime desired only a peaceful nuclear energy program. >> iran's president says his country could restart enriching uranium within weeks. some lawmakers in tehran shouted "death to america" while burning
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a paper u.s. flag. the sanctions could have a crippling effect on the iranian people as terry moran explains. >> reporter: anger and defiance. social media in iran lit up with a lot of anti-american tweets, that's no surprise. but a lot of those tweets have people concerned about the life-saving medications that they or their parents get. people worried about hard-liners in iran cracking down harsher than they have before and the fear of war. >> our thanks to terry moran. breaking overnight, new details about payments to president trump's long-time attorney and fixer, michael cohen, linked to one of the wealthiest men in russia. >> an investment company associated with an oligarch close to vladimir putin has admitted hiring cohen for unspecified work after the election. the lawyer for stormy daniels told cnn cohen was paid $500,000
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from the same company that he used for the 130,000 to daniels. >> michael cohen should not have been accepting money, especially under the circumstances at this time, from anyone with russian ties, quite frankly. >> the company in question, columbus nova, insists it has nothing to do with the oligarch who has been questioned by the special counsel, robert mueller. avenatti says the shell company has received $4 million from a number of companies, including at&t, and the pharmaceutical giant novartis. the president's pick for cia is facing a tough confirmation hearing. gina haspel is expected to promise that they won't restart the harsh interrogation program described by many as torture. she'll need at least one
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democratic vote to be confirmed. and states chose candidates for the fall elections. tara palmieri with the details. >> reporter: in a closely-watched primary race in west virginia, patrick morrissey won the republican nomination. republicans in washington and even president trump feared that outlier candidate don blankenship would be the nominee. but hours after the polls closed he trailed the other two candidates and then conceded. >> in any event, it didn't work out. >> reporter: blankenship, a coalmining magnate, built a campaign similar to trumps. he had been in prison after 29 employees were killed in a mining explosion. >> i'm basically trumpier than trump.
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>> reporter: running ads against mitch mcconnell that had a racial tone. fearful of a rerun of that special election in alabama where scandal-scarred candidate roy moore failed to clinch the seat in a ruby red seat, president trump weighed in on the race, tweeting that blankenship can't win the election in your state, no way. the republicans have a rare chance of taking back a seat held by joe manchin. president trump won west virginia by more than 40 percentage points. in indiana, greg pence won a congressional, and another won after spending $6 million of his own money. >> it's interesting. blankenship makes it a big part of his campaign that he's trumpier than trump. he played off the two names, don
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and don. and that tweet from the president essentially saying vote for anyone else is the reason he lost. >> he wound up in third place there, after a controversial campaign there. that sigh that you heard was coming from the white house. once they found out that he did not win. all right, moving on right now. an nba assistant coach has stepped down amid sexual misconduct allegations. >> rick brunson resigned from the timberwolves. he was accused of harassing several women, including one of the media. he was acquited of attempted sexual assault in 2014. a delta plane had to be evacuated on the tarmac after smoke filled the cabin. the plane's emergency chutes as you can see deployed as passengers climbed out over the wings. buses took them to the terminal. no injuries have been reported.
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delta is still trying to figure out what caused the smoke in that cabin there. meanwhile, google is using its latest artificial intelligence creation to take the hassle out of making an appointment. >> it has unveiled the upcoming addition to google assistant. it's called duplex. it sounds almost human. it can make real phone calls, interact with real people. here's an actual call duplex made to set up a hair appointment. >> how can i help you? >> hi, i'm trying to book a haircut for a client. i'm looking for something on may 3rd. >> sure. give me one second. >> mm-hm. >> do you have anything between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.? >> okay. we have a 10:00. >> 10:00 a.m. is fine. >> wow. >> i couldn't even tell which one was human. >> i was duped. >> it needs a valley accent. >> it says ums like you heard to buy itself a little time as the computer does its thinking or processing.
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but duplex has its limits. it can only have conversations in limited ways. it will be rolled out possibly by the end of the year. >> that's great. >> that's great for the overnight shift. you know how many times i need to make appointments but i have to be awake during business hours. >> yeah, my hair appointment. >> i bet you get bummed. imagine having a runny nose for two years only to find out it wasn't allergies but a potentially life-threatening condition that doctors somehow missed. plus remember the yodel kid? he's getting back to his roots. he's a very big star. we're going to show you where. you're watching "world news now." >> sam's club? >> sam's club? club? your' watching "world news now." >> sam's club? re not all the sa. who knew? i had no idea. so she said, look for one that's shaped like a dental tool with a round brush head.
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which causes the engine to overheat. >> incredible video there, and you see how close it was. now to the amazing discovery after a woman learned how her runny nose wasn't quite what it seemed. >> her doctors told her it was probably allergies, turns out they were very wrong. >> reporter: kendra jackson heads to her checkup appointment at nebraska medicine. jackson says the team here changed her life. >> everywhere i went, i always had a box of puffs. always stuffed in my pocket. >> reporter: it started with a runny nose that just wouldn't stop. >> like a waterfall. >> reporter: back in 2013, jackson suffered head trauma from a car accident, but doctors kept saying her runny nose was probably allergies. >> i knew something was wrong. i knew it. >> reporter: at nebraska medicine, she was diagnosed with a csf leak, cerebrospinal fluid. >> spinal fluid?
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>> reporter: yep, brain fluid was leaking through her nose, half a pint a day. >> i was up all night. >> reporter: untreated, fluid leaks like jackson's can lead to serious infections. they used to have to do brain surgery to fix them, not anymore. >> we do a non-invasive approach. you see the cameras, very similar to what we use in the o.r. to repair the leak. >> reporter: one week post-op, jackson says she feels amazing. >> i can tell a great big difference. oh, man, a great big difference. >> reporter: kendra will have a few more checkups to monitor the pressure in her head but expects to make a full recovery. news watch 7. >> interesting she knew something else was wrong. good for her, that she kept going to doctors.
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♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" ♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" here's something for your hump day skinny. we're going to start with rival pop stars extending an olive branch. >> literally, katy perry sent an olive branch to swift's dressing room. >> taylor posted a thank you for the shrubbery to instagram along with a glimpse of katy's handwritten note with her dog nugget to seal the envelope.
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apparently, this ends a long-standing drama that started when katy stole one of taylor's backup dancers. they were pals before that. but it's been nothing but bad blood of course between the two since. >> katy did apologize to swift during a live stream, but it seemed she was throwing shade on "american idol." >> sorry, katy. taylor swift. >> i love her as a songwriter as well. >> as a songwriter. as well. >> a lot of shade there. but glad to say it's all good now. there have been reports that ticket sales have been lackluster for taylor's tour. so on behalf of katy, you're welcome, taylor, i guess. >> a little pr action. >> you say that it's a very nice gesture, but actually taylor's allergic to olive branches, so --
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>> and pollen on there, too. russell crowe and john oliver are in a giving mood. john oliver bought a lot of stuff from crowe's big divorce auction, including the jockstrap he wore. for the bargain price of $7,000. >> they kept joking that it was used. in all, oliver bought nearly $80,000 of memorabilia which he donated to the last blockbuster store in anchorage, alaska, you can go there and check it out for yourself. russell was inspired by john's generosity and wanted to honor him with his own, well, award. >> he gave him an actual award. the john oliver koala chlamydia award. >> oliver's response? well played, russell crowe, well played. next to one of 2018's undeniable breakout stars.
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the yodel kid from walmart. you remember him? 11-year-old mason ramsey, captivated our hearts and eardrums. serenaded unsuspecting shoppers. >> i got into it. since mason's music career has blown up, he has not forgotten where he came from. this is a crowd yesterday at a knoxville, tennessee walmart where he performed. >> look at how many people are out there to watch him. and it seems that mason's on to something of a walmart tour right now at the moment. he's also appearing at a store in chattanooga today. >> all right, he knows his crowds. here's mason performing at the grand ole opry. that's the top of the country music world. >> he was at coachella as well, proving he's not a sellout as yet. he's doing the walmart tour.
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wow. love to see him. >> he's still mason from the block. >> from sixth street. and finally, since we didn't get enough of tom brady's met gala look, here it is again in all its glory. >> and we do mean glory. so tom doesn't even want to take credit for his fashion choice, by the way. he says he's giving all the props to his wife gisele. i don't know if that's supposed to be a compliment to gisele or an insult to gisele. some say the patriots are worried he was switching to ice skating. >> brian boitano would be proud of it. >> gisele tried to remind her instagram followers that her cutie knows fashion. apparently, he tried to deny it. >> check it out when brady and alex rodriguez ran into each other in the event. >> who wore the turtleneck better. other in the event. >> who wore the turtleneck better. you may want more than parts a and b
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an interesting choice, to talk about the queen's house. we get to talk about the cut, who got invited to the queen's house or one of her many homes for her grandson's wedding. >> who's going to the royal wedding! who got to save the date and who's not making the cut? let's go to abc's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: it's the most coveted invitation of the year. harry and meghan's wedding is just over a week away. it will be the who's who of hollywood royalty mingling with real-life royalty, but who actually made the cut? >> victoria and david beckham. george and amal clooney. meghan's invited the entire cast of "suits." pippa middleton's invited with
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her husband and harry's friends eddie golding and james blunt. >> reporter: who may miss harry's big day? in addition to the obamas and the trudeaus who are both close friends of the couple, serena williams told robin she's not sure if she'll be there. >> i don't know, you know, i think it's during one of the tournaments, so we'll see if i can make it. >> reporter: expect the wedding of the year to include some of the most iconic names in music at the intimate reception at frogmoor house, from chris martin of cold play, to rihanna, harry taking an aids test with her side by side in barbados in 2016. ♪ good-bye england's rose ♪ like a candle in the wind >> reporter: elton john has not
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only helped harry carry on diana's legacy, expect him to make a special appearance for the little boy who grew up in front of his eyes. also meghan showing the wedding dress to the queen. >> the wedding dress has been moved to windsor castle where she'll later this week show it to the queen at a private showing. >> what happens if the queen doesn't like it? >> uh, i was hoping for a little bit more frill. >> we'll get right on it. >> i wanted a longer train. i guess that's biggest pressure right there. we're almost there, wedding day. >> may 19, get ready everybody!
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america this morning. making news in america this
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morning, word from the korean peninsula claiming three american prisoners will be released by north korea. this as secretary of state mike pompeo makes a surprise visit preparing for an historic meeting with kim jong-un. a major twist in the russia investigation. new allegations that president trump's lawyer michael cohen was paid half a million dollars by a russian oligarch with close ties to vladimir putin. the possible explanation for the payment and the questions being raised. dramatic moments on a delta air lines flight as smoke fills the cabin and passengers rush out onto the plane's wing. we'll explain what happened next. plus, too inclusive? the decision one school made allowing anyone to join the cheerleading team after one

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