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make the most of a few minutes with instant moisture from ky. theseare heading back home.y oil thanks to dawn, rescue workers only trust dawn, because it's tough on grease yet gentle. i am home, i am home, i am home welcome back. welcome back. some drivers in houston got quite a surprise when they spotted a horse just running along the highway. the woman who shot this video says the horse escaped from its handler after getting spooked by street noise.
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you can see a passenger in that pickup truck finally came to the rescue, grabbing the horse's reins. they safely led the horse off the highway. >> that's such a texas scene right there. >> a lot of people were saying only in texas does this happen. only in central new york do you have this couple engaged in a unique court fight. mom and dad are demanding that their 30-year-old son move out. >> they gave their son michael five written notices to move out since early february. they've offered him money to help him find a place to live. >> they bribed him a little bit. >> could you say that. >> michael says the effort to evict him is retaliatory and that tenants' protections give him more time. before he has to leave. >> oh, no, you didn't. >> they will be back in court in a few weeks, just before michael's 31st birthday. >> michael is 30 years old, and his parents have the right to evict him. >> michael, fight on. i am with you, brother. yes.
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>> come on, they should start charging him back rent. >> parents for life. the skies were very unfriendly on a frontier airlines flight. all because of one disgusting guy. >> yeah, this is gross. this all started when he got drunk. passengers say he was making crude comments and got verbally and physically abusive to two women. >> he moved him to the back of the plane and this is kind of icky. >> he starts urinating. [ bleep ], i'll kill you. and all the flight attendants came and got the man out of that seat. >> okay. i guess that's one way to take care of your business on a plane. the man was arrested when the plane landed in south carolina. no surprise there. he's charged with interfering with a flight crew, which is a felony, by the way. and indecent exposure.
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>> didn't see much. >> when we come back. just a stream. the romance at "american idol." and the mirror ball trophy has a new home. it's finale fever coming up in "the skinny." ver coming up in "the skinny." your hair is so soft! did you use head and shoulders two in one? i did mom. wanna try it? yes. it intensely moisturizes your hair and scalp and keeps you flake free. manolo? look at my soft hair. i should be in the shot now too. try head and shoulders two in one.
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♪ skinny ♪ skinn> tiacny. not ly do we have a new winner of "american idol" but of "dancing with the stars." >> so many finales. will ganss is here to guide us through. >> so many finales, so little time. the finales should be about the top three, right? caleb, maddie and gabi. >> uh-huh. >> but it kind of felt like the vmas or grammy awards. there were so many cool celebrity appearances and performances and performances from the judges themselves, kermit the frog, nick jonas, patti labelle . >> ms. patti? did she bring pies?
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>> no. she didn't. i should have for you guys. luke bryan and a little look at this epic performance of "all night long", from lionel richie and the top ten, take a look. ♪ all night long ♪ all night ♪ all night long ♪ all night ♪ all night long >> he's still got it, man. >> he's still got it. it was incredible. >> it was fun. >> it was the first song of the night. the whole episode, i was playing it in my head over and over. but also making a special appearance, jimmy kimmel took us down a trip on idol memory lane, including ryan's frosted tips from season one. and he brought out sanjaya, remember him?
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>> wow, he looked different! >> from season six. >> he doesn't have the pony hawk anymore. but he has the same following. remember this girl that cried? same girl. from season six was in the audience again. >> that's funny. >> all these years later. speaking of tears, we did have to send two people home last night. the first to go home was gabi barret, who was the carrie underwood look alike sound alike. she was the first to go home. some dreams came to an end, others went to fruition. save the drama for your llama. lionel and ryan. >> look at the joy on his face. >> an alpaca that he's been dreaming of so long. and he named him laurel, not yanni. i do want to bring one special
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performance to your attention. i know how much you loved katie turner this season. >> oh, god. >> she teamed up with katy perry. take a look at their stripped-down version of "part of me." ♪ this is the part of me ♪ that you are never going to take away from me ♪ >> props, i'll give you props. they sound great. i'll give her props. >> i'm so glad. >> i also love their hair, parted in the middle. this is a part of my hair. >> an actual wig. >> and now for the big reveal, after an amazing season, we were down to caleb and maddie, who revealed right before ryan announced the winner that they are dating. katy started spinning around in her chair. as i was doing in my living room.
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>> which one dies? >> neither one dies. take a look at the moment ryan crowns this season's "american idol." >> the winner of "american idol" is -- maddie poppy. >> maddie. >> maddie poppy. >> i was so excited. we called it last night, actually. so she and her runner-up slash bf are flying to l.a. if you are worried you are going through katy perry withdrawals, don't. it looks like she may be on "the bachelorette" this season, look what happened when becca showed up. >> can i be in the running? [ laughter ]
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anif you've got a lifee. you gotta swiffer ♪ we're dancing into our skinny bonus round right now. >> let's get right to it. we're dancing into our skinny bonus round right now. >> let's get right to it. "dancing with the stars" crowned its season 26 winner as the couples battled it out in a jam-packed finale. >> josh norman and sharna had a perfect score for really the jaw-dropping freestyle dance to "walk on water." he earned extra points for being shirtless. >> they all do. >> adam rippon got a perfect score for the jazz routine. but they got mixed reviews for this one. their freestyle, "scooby doo pop pop." >> was it the music choice? >> no, i think the moves weren't
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that difficult. >> and a victory lap for tonya harding with a hand spring. >> an athletic disco number that earned a perfect score. but in the end, it wasn't enough to take home the trophy. >> the winners and champions of "dancing with the stars" athletes are -- adam and jenna! [cheers and applause] >> think he was more excited about his medal or the mirror ball? in a collision of celebrities right on the tarmac, there they are, a winner and runner-up. very cool. >> on their way to new york. >> the party on the tarmac. they are headed to "good
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morning, america" a little later this morning. don't want to miss that. >> a party in times square a little later on today. can you believe it that all those folks will be together at gma. >> i love the idea of them all being on the plane together. a massive party. >> it is always one of those fun things to watch as the bus pulls up at 7:00 a.m. and they look completely fresh. >> totally. >> makeup has been done. >> they've slept the whole night, very well rested. >> next season we will have "dancing with the stars" kids version is coming up. and the regular "dancing with the stars" season as well. >> and a new season of "american idol," complete with all three judges returning. lionel, luke and katy all coming back. >> you know what that means? "the bachelorette" starts on monday. >> yay, jack! >> he's so excited that "the bachelorette" starts monday.
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good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following on this tuesday morning on "world news now". congressional leaders will get a chance to see highly-classified justice department documents relating to the russia investigation. the deal was worked out during the president's meeting on whether the fbi spied on his campaign. president moon is reportedly aiming to keep next month's historic summit between president trump and kim jong un on track. the president has recently raised doubts about the meeting. voters go to the polls in arkansas, georgia, kentucky and texas. one of the most closely-watched races is georgia's democratic primary for governor. either stacy abrams or stacy evans will face a republican challenger in november.
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and meet the brand-new usa. sarah rose summers, ms. nebraska accepted the sash and crown and bouquet. she encouraged others to speak their voice as she goes on to the ms. universe competition later this year. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, may 22nd. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> that was an unusual miss usa handshake. they went up and. >> a little high -- >> uh-huh, interesting. we're going to start this half hour with the president's latest efforts to put pressure on the russia investigation. while he advances his agenda. >> he met to talk about the border. he had another high stakes meeting with justice department officials. >> and it appears he got a lot of what he wanted. abc's jonathan karl with the details. >> reporter: deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and fbi
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director christopher wray arrived at the white house for a meeting with a president highly agitated about the russia investigation. i hereby demand the president declared that the department of justice look into whether or not the fbi/doj infiltrated or surveilled the trump campaign for political purposes and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the obama administration. he seems to be following through on a threat he made last month on fox and friends. >> you look at the corruption at the top of the fbi, it's disgrace. and the justice department, which i try to stay away from, but at some point i won't. >> reporter: the president's new demand comes in response to a "new york times" report that the fbi in late 2016 used an
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informant to question two trump campaign associates about their contacts with russians, but there is no evidence the fbi infiltrated the trump campaign. rosenstein made light of his high-profile predicament. >> deputies attorney general are very low profile, don't have to be recognized. >> reporter: he has now ordered the watchdog to look into the president's claims, saying if anyone did infiltrate or surveil participants of a presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes we need to know about it and take appropriate action. the president received a friendly warning from his ally, chris christie. cautioning attacks on the investigation could backfire. >> i've told him many times that there's no way to make the investigation shorter but there are lots of ways to make it longer. and he's executed on a lot of those ways to make it longer. >> reporter: it's highly unusual for a president to demand an investigation like this and it puts the deputy attorney general in a bind when he has worked for months with the very real threat that he could be fired at any time.
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the governor of texas starts hosting safety round tables. in the wake of the shooting at santa fe high school. classes won't resume for another week. officials say the community needs time to grieve for the eight students and two teachers who were killed. the sheriffs says officers cornered the shooter in about four minutes, but the attack lasted about half an hour. the 17-year-old is on suicide watch. his father says he had been bullied at the school. meanwhile, j.j. watt visited with survivors of the shooting and said he would pay for the funeral of those killed. >> and the aftermath of the shootings here in the u.s. has become familiar. >> as brad mielke has been talking about. >> as devastating as the shooting was, the details sound so distressingly familiar. of course it wasn't always this way. pierre thomas has studied gun violence more than anyone at abc news. so i asked him, how do we get to the point where this feels
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normal? >> the fbi started studying active shooter scenarios in 2000. and the first period they looked at, from 2000 to 2006, we were averaging about 6.4 active shooter scenarios per year. in the next seven-year period that they looked at, it was up to 16. last year there were 30 active shooter incidents that the fbi has studied. five times the pace of when they first started looking at this issue. >> and part of the reason for that he says is that these shooters are studying each other, learning from their infamous predecessors, and sources tell abc news that is exactly what happened at santa fe. you can hear the entire conversation here on "start here." check it out on apple pod cast or your favorite pod casting app. an olympic swimmer is suing usa swimming over sexual abuse. she alleges that her then-coach
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was abusing her. shawn hutchinson and others are named in the lawsuit. he denies any bad conduct and says it was consensual. once she became of age. he started sexually molesting her at 16, she says. >> i'm coming here today from a very honest perspective. honest to myself and this journey, honest to my healing process and respecting where i'm at today. honest in my intentions of holding those accountable and honest in my hope that these actions will lead to prevention. so that nobody else has to know what it feels like to stand at this podium. >> she first went public with the allegations in february. usa swimming released a statement on monday saying they respect her bravery for coming forward. the organization says they have been in regular contact with her legal team and will continue to work with them.
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customs and border protection officials are looking into a controversial encounter between a patrol agent and two women in montana. the agent questioned the women because they were speaking spanish. abc's kayna whitworth with the details. >> reporter: a montana woman says she's considering legal action after this interaction with a border patrol agent. >> i came in here and saw that you guys are speaking spanish, which is very unheard of in this area. >> reporter: she and her friend who are both u.s. citizens were talking to each other in spanish at a convenience store when the uniformed border patrol agent interrupted them. >> he asked where i was born. so i look at him, and i say are you serious? he's like, yes, i'm serious. >> reporter: the store, in montana, is 30 miles south of the u.s./canada border. border patrol agents have a broad authority to operate within 100 miles of a border. though they cannot initiate stops without reasonable suspicion of an immigration
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violation or crime. u.s. border is investigating the incident and say he used a poor choice of words. and hawaii is facing another hazard from the kilauea volcano. laze, lava and haze, a deadly mix that happens when lava hits the ocean. it can cause eye, lung and skin irritation. authorities have warned the public. the coast guard is monitoring and helping keep people away from the area. meanwhile lava is flowing near a power plant. workers shut down that plant on monday to prevent the release of toxic gases. sinkhole alley in central florida is living up to its name. four sinkholes opened near retirement community in one day. no evacuations have been ordered. one opened in front of a home that was abandoned earlier because of another sinkhole. the area has had a week of non-stop rain.
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geologists are expecting more sinkholes, they don't know where. siri could soon be getting a makeover. apple is hinting its virtual assistant will become smarter. it would follow upgrades by google's assistant and amazon's alexa. the revamped siri is set to debut next month at a worldwide conference. and there's something in the water you might say at an oklahoma firehouse. >> the firefighting dads in glenpool have welcomed more than a half-dozen bundles of joy over the past year. five girls and two boys. >> they range in age from one month. ah. to 15 months. >> they got to share their secret. what's going on over there? >> exactly. coming up, harry and meghan step out publicly for the first time as official husband and wife. this comes as we get a look at their wedding photos, and what happened to those flowers.
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well, get read well, get ready to start bingeing movies and tv shows from michelle and barack obama. they signed a multi-year deal with netflix and expected to produce scripted series, documentaries and other features. the obamas will work in front and behind the camera. >> all right. and across the pond, prince harry and his new bride will be making their first official outing today as the duke and duchess of sussex. >> it will be at a garden party to celebrate prince charles' 70th birthday a little early. >> reporter: the duke and duchess of sussex spotted where they will live at a cottage, the same palace where will and harry were raised by their mother diana.
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the wedding party, the new portrait reflecting a more diverse and growing royal family, meghan's mother by her side. and that powerful moment, meghan making history with that walk down the aisle. a walk she started on her own when her father couldn't make her wedding. meghan markle's official bio up on the royal family's website, highlighting her activism and commitment to social justice. the duchess saying i am proud to be a woman and a feminist. the couple, who made their first public appearance at the invictus games will make their first appearance as a married couple at a garden party to honor prince charles. the many flowers from the wedding were donated to charity. and an 89-year-old received a bouquet and happens to be a former embroiderist of the queen. she called the gift from the duke and duchess lovely. adrian bankert, london.
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>> that's a nice donation, a nice gift. >> a lot of royal wedding guests by the way are already cashing in on the gift bags they were given. >> oh. >> some of them have been posted on ebay. bids for one of the bags has surpassed some $2700. >> that's just wrong. would you sell your gift bag. >> it depends, i'd let the market go up a little bit. give it a few years and then yes, please. coming up, it's like 2007 all over again. we have a "american idol" finale, "dancing with the stars" finale, both on the same night. >> see who won, coming up next on "world news now." on "world news now." that's why pantene has the perfect conditioners for everyone. from air-light foam, to nourishing 3 minute miracle, to the moisture-infusing gold series. we give more women great hair days - every day. pantene.
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♪ can we get john goodman to do our promo as well? what a voice. ♪ can we get john goodman to do our promo as well? what a voice. >> the script would be a little different. we certainly give it to you straight, maybe a little too straight at times. >> straight shot of whiskey. it was nearly a non-stop night of music with two finales. >> but first, america has a brand-new "american idol" and it came with a surprise twist. donya baucus was back stage. >> reporter: for the first time this season, there was no competition, just celebration. while the final three "american idol" contestants were waiting to learn their fate, celebrities like nick jonas. ♪
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and gary camp jr. performed with this season's idol contestants. there were special duets with idol judge luke bryan and gabi barret. and maddie poppy with kermit the frog. ♪ the lovers, the dreamers and me ♪ >> reporter: caleb lee hutchinson performed with dareus rucker. but then three became two. >> how are you feeling at this moment? >> just hear my heart beat. >> how about you? >> i don't care who wins. >> reporter: the final reveal a shocker. >> i've known her since the beginning of hollywood week. she actually happens to be my girlfriend. >> reporter: caleb and maddie singing one last song for the title. ♪ what a wonderful world >> reporter: and at last, the
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contestant who was america's favorite. >> maddie poppy. >> congratulations, maddie. >> reporter: maddie poppy was crowned "american idol." and there's no stopping for maddie poppy. she's actually leaving los angeles, heading to new york for an appearance on "good morning, america." diane and kendis? >> we're looking forward to seeing her a little bit later this morning. >> talk about a power couple by the way. what are the chances? end up as the final two. >> interesting. coupling. coming up, "dancing with the stars." >> sasha and tonya harding earning a per score. -- a perfect score. and josh norman also scored perfectly with shawna. and despite falling just short of a perfect score, it was adam rippon taking home the trophy. and then the surreal celebrity sighting that only happens in burbank. and the collision on the runway. the new "american idol" ran into adam rippon and jenna. >> wait a minute.
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who's dancing -- you guys are "dancing with the stars." >> they are. >> i'm so sorry. i'm sorry. who won? >> these guys did. >> you guys won! >> is that even celebrating? pop the champagne there. >> the trophy maddie won. a little clue. >> so the overall scores from the judges were on a razor thin margin by the way. it was lucky that viewers that made the final decision and gave the trophy to adam and jenna despite their not quite perfect score. >> i do think to this day it's cheating to have figure skaters there because they have that talent of dancing and choreographed moves. >> choreography is a big part of skating and gymnastics. >> the quarterback for the redskins. >> you have to do the leaping. >> touchdown dance. >> yeah.
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time for a little this happened, and we're going so start things off with a #fail. two scottish men were looking to head out on a flight. i'll check us in online. send me a picture of your passport. >> okay. >> this is what he got in return. good old dave didn't realize when he said send me a picture of your passport, he meant the inside of the passport, the information needed to check in on a flight. he said i honestly am not sure if i can find the words to describe this. he did manage to get dave checked in eventually. >> that cover of the passport did work? >> no, that was not helpful, not helpful.
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this is impressive. anyone can run a marathon, apparently. >> challenge. >> like, but can you run a marathon while carrying 100 pounds? this guy here, in wisconsin, beat the guinness record. he marathon on sunday with the time of six hours and 27 minutes. >> he's not a man. he's a robot. >> totally, just to make sure he wasn't faking it, they measured it. they weighed it. he beat the old record, by the way, which was set in london by 20 minutes. >> 100 pounds? >> i can't finish a marathon. >> i can't finish a marathon at all. that is crazy. over to another athletic event. anay and her boyfriend francisco in new mexico, messing around, a little wrestling, and apparently francisco is very good at wrestling, he tried a little move and managed to face plant
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her into the bed, but it's what they found as a result of it that is now going viral. >> oh, man. >> apparently, she had some makeup on during said wrestling match. they both thought it was so hilarious they documented it for us. thank you, anay and francisco. >> the shroud of turin. >> that's a lot of makeup. take a look. this is what happened when molten salt is poured onto a watermelon. king of random did their random thing. the cantaloupe and watermelon both got tested. >> think i can recreate it? >> think i can recreate it? >> oh, did you get it?ng a workn your home more
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>> i see they let you wear the hat, but that's as far as it went, right? >> that's as far -- >> thank the lord for that. >> they thought i was the captain, and there's tenille for that. we are going to start in santa fe on the very latest on the school shooting in texas. >> the whole state paused for a moment of silence remembering the eight students and two substitute teachers who died. ten crosses stand at santa fe high school, and classes won't resume until the day after memorial day. >> we're also learning about the tense moments and heroism that took place during the attack. marcus moore is there. >> reporter: the galveston county sheriff telling reporters that as students were evacuated from santa fe high school, inside officers were in a firefight with the assailant. >> they engaged this individual for approximately four minutes
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and stayed engaged with him, keeping him contained and engaged so that others could evacuate the teachers, the administrators and the students from the school. >> reporter: the sheriff saying his own granddaughter was in that school, three classrooms down from where the officers cornered the shooter. >> right now he's in the galveston county jail under suicide watch. and there for capital murder. 17 years old. >> reporter: just one week before the shooting, pagourtzis seemed like a happy teenager, dancing at his church. his distraught father telling "the wall street journal" his boy is quote a good boy who was bullied at school saying i believe that's what's behind the shooting. pagourtzis came to the u.s. as a young boy.
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now he describes visiting his son in jail, saying, quote, he cannot look at me in the eyes. he is confused, can't remember what happened. he says he wants to apologize to his sisters. he says he will be strong and help us see this through. he said it would be better if he shot me than all those kids. police say the father's guns were used to carry out the massacre. how did he end up with those weapons? >> he doesn't feel that they -- does say they were in a locked gun safe. >> he was making jokes while he was doing it. like rhymes. >> reporter: what did he say? >> every time he would kill someone, he would say "another one bites the dust". >> reporter: john barnes, an officer who helped stop the shooting spent years as an officer in houston and
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reportedly never fired his weapon in the line of duty. but his bravery saved lives. santa fe, texas. now to the manhunt in baltimore after the death of an officer. the officer was responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle in perry hall when the killers used a jeep to run her over. the jeep has been recovered and police hope they can provide clues in the search. detectives are urging people to stay alert. >> don't be complacent. work with each other. this is a bad time in the united states for law enforcement and the attacks. >> police are reviewing body cam footage of the incident. they can't confirm how many suspects are involved but they are considered armed and dangerous. overnight, president trump courting republican governors to advance his agenda. he met with the governors of arkansas, missouri, south carolina. he is keeping the heat on the justice department.
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meeting with christopher wray and rod rosenstein. they agreed to look into whether the fbi spied on mr. trump's presidential campaign. he is also expressing dissatisfaction with another agency. headquarters president trump watching the swearing in of gina haspel. this after a shot at brennan. quoting this fox news analyst. >> john brennan has disgraced himself, the country. >> reporter: the president tweeting those insults along with the false claim that brennan launched the investigation. it was actually former fbi director james comey. this weekend, president trump announced on twitter that he's acting on his often-repeated threat to sbeen -- intervene in the russia probe. saying he demanded that the justice department look into whether the fbi/doj surveilled
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the trump campaign. the fbi won't confirm it used a secret informant, but last week, the director did speak about the need to keep informants' identities secret. >> the day that we can't protect human source >> the day that we can't protect human sources is the day the american people start becoming less safe. >> reporter: but the president is asking for more. he wants the fbi to share confidential documents of their investigation into him and his campaign, tweeting only through release or review of documents can give conclusive answers. tara palmieri, abc news, washington. >> leaders will get access to highly classified documents about the russia probe. it's not known whether any democratic lawmakers will get access. and pope francis reportedly said something to a gay man. he says the pope told him god
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made you like this, and he loves you. the lgbt community says the pope's words are another sign he is trying to make gay people feel more welcomed by the church. and the duke and duchess of sussex will make their first official outing as a married couple as they celebrate prince charles' 70th birthday. at a garden party at buckingham palace. >> did we have this band somewhere? in the rafters? >> anytime that we say anything involving royal, they cue the orchestra. >> the couple was spotted arriving back at their new home, kensington palace, where they live in a cottage not far from will and kate. >> hey, neighbors. >> hey. and we're getting our first look at their official wedding photos. this of the couple sitting on the steps of windsor castle. >> oh, pretty. check out the portrait, the couple flanked by the rest of the royal family and meghan's mom.
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awesome wedding pictures aren't the only perks that come with royalty. they're celebrating prince charles' birthday, guess when his birthday is? november. you don't get a birth week, you get a birth month, practically a birth year. >> he's supposed to be future king. i understand. the latest on the hawaii volcano. showing us an up close view of the gas coming out of the ground. and we're getting an inside look at the world's newest airplane on its inaugural flight. and if you thought your last flight was painful, try spending 25 hours on a flight with kendis. that's what these poor folks had to experience. what could possibly go wrong? and check out our behind the scenes videos from the epic trip to singapore. scenes videos from the epic trip to singapore. here to tell you about the colonial penn program. if you're age 50 to 85, and looking to buy life insurance on a fixed budget,
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it is impressive. abc's matt gutman is not far from what you're looking at right there. >> reporter: we're here near fissure 20 shooting lava 100 feet into the air. this caldron is shooting out and the lava is going into the ocean creating the laze and particles like tiny glass particles. this is a crack in the ground from methane. there is so much activity underground that everywhere we've gone, we've seen these bursts where methane comes through. the problem is, it creates brush fires, making things even more complicated and risky for first responders. matt gutman, hawaii. >> incredible. and matt is okay we should mention to you. in the meantime, a teenager who admitted to starting a devastating wildfire faces a
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massive fine. >> last summer's eagle creek fire took two months to get under control and hundreds of families were forced out of their homes. >> a judge has ordered a 15-year-old who started it to pay $36.6 million in restitution. his attorney called the figure cruel and just unusual. some victims' families say it's not nearly enough. >> nearly $37 million. the judge said it's on par with the costs. it doesn't even amount to the costs. >> wow. get writing that check. in the next half hour, after more than two months, we have a new "american idol." the finale show was part singing, part love connection. there's a lot going on there. >> can't tell who won. but first, we head to asia in the newest plane, 25 hours inside the same plane with me, ekes, i'm so sorry. inside lifestyles of the rich and kendis. ♪ come fly with me so sorry. inside lifestyles of the rich
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>> i love the new graphic. so when frank sinatra performed that song in 1958, planes were barely able to cross the pacific without refueling. >> now they are able to do that with two engines, and we were with singapore airlines to fly the most amazing boeing aircraft to hit the skies. not that one. >> it's like a little -- >> the 787-10, which takes the flying experience to a whole new stratosphere. this is not the typical greeting you get when landing in singapore. a water canon salute. but here i am, arriving in singapore to such a welcome. but wait, back up. how'd we get here? this is where it all gets this is the assembly plant in charleston, south carolina. that's the plane that we flew in on. all that fanfare wasn't for me
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but for the aircraft. >> ah. >> the plane, a 787-10 is the first of its kind on its first commercial flight. this new dreamliner is longer than previous versions and 25% more fuel efficient. think of this now like a car sale. singapore ceo here would be the car buyer. >> welcome. >> so, as any proud new customer, he is proud to show off his new ride. every inch of it. >> come along. let me show you the bathroom. >> sure. >> brand-new one. nobody has used it before. >> what are you doing in there? not that we would ever be in there together. >> enough for three people. >> this is massive! >> come and take a look at the brand new business class that we have, first in the world. >> this is singapore airlines
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configuration of the business class on this new plane. it's a new design fore -- for them, 36 up front seats. very personalized. do you get abc "world news now" on this? the show in the middle of the night, abc? >> um. >> on the other end of this car sale, boeing's dinesh keskar. there's a reason he can't stop smiling. he sold singapore airlines 49 of these planes, each costing $320 million. do they send you the payment by paypal? >> there's a process by which they pay. >> after kicking the tires and checking out the paint job, it's time to hand off the keys of this bad boy to singapore airlines.
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and thso. thousands of employees looking on in pride. >> i've got tears in my eyes i'm so happy. >> this is the first plane fully assembled at this plant which employs about 7,000 people. handoff complete now. >> singapore airlines takes delivery of the first 787-10 dreamliner. >> time to drive it off. on board the flight, executives from boeing and singapore airlines as well as a small crew of journalists, less than 50 people on a plane that seats 330 passengers. among them, the travel blogger, the point staff. the first time on this plane? >> of course. >> you feel nervous? >> very. >> first time? >> no, i've been nervous a lot of times. >> surely you can't be serious. >> no, but please don't call me shirley. >> a whopping 15 hours from singapore to osaka, japan.
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and a dance with the ladies for my workout plan. a little down in the dumps? have that mid section down to your knees? now, after that 15-hour flight, it's time for the workout plan on the plane. makes it all come from the core, get lower, lower. now faster, faster. feel the burn, feel the burn. >> after finishing kendis' workout, i roll the plane. >> okay. that didn't work out well. in japan, the plane stops to refuel. and there's a cruise ship. the captain on the first leg reviews the brand-new plane. >> it handles very well.
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it's nice. >> but, as the new pilot takes over, he says -- >> i'm the captain now. >> fueling done, it's another seven hours to singapore. the plane's technology reduces jet lag felt on many long distance flights. so grad i packed lightly. finally made it after 24 hours in the same tube, we're finally in singapore. time to hit the pool, and not just any pool. >> ooh, to be continued! >> we'll continue to take a look at that pool and the hotel tomorrow. but want to show you, i did not plan, this really did happen on the plane, but look at her. she pays attention to the plane, not me. like i'm on the ground dying over here, and she's like -- >> she's not concerned with you at all. she's looking at the overhead compartment like is it okay? no bloodstains i hope. >> it's a $300 million plane. i asked for mouth-to-mouth. it didn't happen. -to-mouth. it didn't happen. re parts a and b and want more coverage. guess what? you could apply for a medicare supplement insurance plan whenever you want.
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it's time for the mix on a it's time for the mix on a tuesday morning, and jack, are you on any social media? tony's on social media. facebook, anybody? the twitters? yep, thanks for playing. so there's a new study about social media and when you are at work. and the study by the university in israel shows it is not counterproductive to your work. >> good, because i've been cruising facebook all this time. but keep talking, because i'm totally paying attention. >> that's fine because i'm cruising tinder. apparently the less work you get the more you are on social media. >> okay. >> but, if you are given a lot
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of work you don't spend a lot of time on your social media. it's not like social media makes you do less work. >> so you're not wasting time, you're killing time. >> yes, exactly. >> i just nailed it, didn't i? >> all that i took two minutes to explain, you did it in two seconds. over to ohio where the police thought a man was wasting their time when he called 911 in north ridgeville, ohio saying that a pig was following him. it was 5:00 a.m. they're like, this guy is definitely drunk and hallucinating. guess what, they decided to check it out for a laugh and look what they found. the man turns out was totally sober. he was walking home from the train station, not a bar, and the pig was following him. officers managed to wrangle the pig. they safely buckled it in to the patrol cash. turns out the pig belongs to somebody. it's somebody's pet or farm animal. the pig has been reunited with his owner. hope that's good news but not bad news for the pig. >> that could be the weirdest story. i just got home from the bar and the pig followed me home. >> sure, sure. >> all right, thank you, buddy.
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on to the u.s. postal service which is coming up with its new scratch and sniff stamps. stamps. >> this could be great or dangerous. >> well, these are all colorful and fun. >> all right. >> the stamps feature illustrations of ice pops. they will add the sweet scent of summer to letters. >> i like it. maybe it will get me to open the mail. okay, i'm going to take you over now to a tazmanian devil rescue center. most of us are familiar with tazmanian devils on tv, out of control, super dangerous. apparently, they're also sweet and cuddly like a puppy. this is from a rescue place in australia.
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this morning on "world news this morning on "world news
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now," police body cam video just being released, showing the dramatic shootout at a trump resort in florida. just heard the gunshots there. authorities revealing the gunman yelled out anti-trump rhetoric during that incident. and we're following extreme weather in the southeast. heavy rain and flash flooding are causing havoc. we are tracking it all for you. and new this half hour. parents take their adult son to court. >> they want him to move out of the house once and for all. see what both sides are saying. and america, you have a -- i already said america. you have an idol. but this "american idol" finale was so much more. >> you're not taking seacrest's job anytime soon. >> no. it had a llama, a sanjaya. and a lionel richie performing one of the greatest songs ever. ♪ all night, all night ♪ once you get started you can't sit down ♪
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from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i always wanted to learn to play the saxophone just to play that song. >> that's how they opened "american idol," and the party continued for two hours. >> it was a big show. >> it was a fantastic show. we'll break it all down. >> we will indeed. will ganss is in the house. but we're going to start things off on a serious note. we're getting a look at that body cam footage after a suspect opened fire at a trump hotel in miami. >> a suspect who was injured by police has been moved from the hospital to a miami jail. andrew perez from our miami station has more. >> reporter: the intense exchange captured on police body cameras. officers moving in, bullets piercing the glass at the trump national doral in search for a
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gunman dressed all in black. you see the damage inside. at this point, officers have no way to know that the american flag you see on the right was draped over the front desk by that accused gunman. police move upstairs, communicating the whole time. that's where they capture the man, identified as jonathan odie. >> i haven't had time to meet with him yet. >> reporter: he appeared confused, raising his hands, wanting to talk and ask questions. his public defender muting his microphone. >> if you want to speak, i'm happy to listen. your attorney turned the microphone off, probably a wise move. >> reporter: the black drape likely hides the damage of the glass. they say he yelled anti-trump rhetoric during the incident. according to social media posts, odie was born in south africa and became a u.s. citizen last year.
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he is facing five counts of attempted murder. he did admit to pulling the fire alarm. he remains in jail at this time. that's the latest here in doral. i'm andrew perez, abc news. >> thank to andrew there in south florida. and president trump has followed through on a demand he made on twitter. he met with the deputy assistant attorney general to order them to investigate whether the fbi spied on his campaign. the president and his supporters got something a little more from that meeting. we're told the justice department will share highly-classified documents about the russia investigation with congressional leaders. republicans have been asking to see that material, but justice has resisted, fearing plenty of leaks. another supporter is warning that the attacks on the investigation could backfire. >> i've told him many times there's no way to make an investigation like this shorter, but there's lots of ways to make it longer, and he's executed on
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a number of those ways to make it longer. >> chris christie who was a former prosecutor in his time. he told an audience he doesn't question robert mueller's integrity and points to the guilty pleas as evidence the investigation has been effective so far. and the republican national committee has apparently been picking up hefty attorney fees stemming from that russia investigation. a law firm representing former white house communications director hope hicks has been paid more than $450,000 by the rnc. the firm also represents other witnesses in the russia case. it's unclear exactly what the rnc's money paid for. and president trump is also pushing ahead with his border security plans. pushing ahead with his border security plans. he had dinner with republican governors of five states to discuss tightening immigration into the u.s. the president says u.s. immigration laws are the worst in the world and called on congress to provide more funding for the border wall, heading into the meeting, new mexico governor said it is important to the security of the nation.
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the father of a teenager accused of killing ten people at a texas high school blames bullying for the rampage. he told the wall street journal his son was a good boy. the family is distraught over the shooting. >> reporter: across texas and here at the scene of yet another deadly high school rampage. a moment of silence for the victims. outside santa fe high school, community members gathering around ten wooden crosses bearing the names of the eight students and two teachers killed on friday. the crosses delivered by a man from chicago who travels to mass murder sites to pay tribute. >> you think i'm just going to leave here and i'm going to be fine? i'm not. i'm going to go home and have a heck of a time here. >> reporter: the confessed shooter, dimitrios pagourtzis now charged with cam -- capital murder now sits in solitary
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confinement. >> i'd say scared. that's just how he looks. >> reporter: he yelled surprise before opening fire and told michael strahan he heard the suspect even taunting the victims. >> every time he'd kill someone, he'd say "another one bites the dust." >> two officers engaged the individual within four minutes. they're heroes. they contained him in that one area, isolated to them, engaging with them. so he did no more damage. >> reporter: this school had a plan. they practiced active shooter drills and had two armed officers inside the school at the time of the shooting, but some say clearly that wasn't enough, and more needs to be done. elizabeth hur, abc news, santa fe, texas. and now to maryland where a manhunt is under way after the death of a police officer after a suspect hit her with a jeep.
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the vehicle has been recovered and is being examined for forensic evidence. investigators say the officer was in perry hall responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle. >> our officer responded to this call, and she encountered at least one suspect. and was critically injured. >> nearly 2,000 students from area schools were on lockdown during the initial search. the suspects are considered armed and dangerous and police are warning residents to stay inside and lock their doors. the rain just doesn't want to stop in the southeast. can you see showers continue in the region, which is still soaked from the weekend. some areas could see four inches of rain over the next 48 hours. flash flooding triggered road closures in and around raleigh, north carolina. more than a few cars were left stranded in several feet of water as you can see. the scene looked the same in florida. a parking lot in hollywood looking more like a lake. but kids decided to make the best of it in palm city, in
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florida. they decided to do some fishing in their street, with more than seven inches of rain falling in two days. i'm not sure if they found any. >> when life gives you lots of rain you go fishing. and the nation's capital hasn't been spared. check out the potomac river picking up strength after washington, d.c. got six inches of rain, forcing some trails to be closed in a national park in virginia. and now some sports starting with the king. >> lebron james and the cavaliers took on the celtics trying to tie up the series. baltimore had no answer. the cavs victory of 111-102, the series is tied. >> ah-oh, might be trouble. washington, d.c. is celebrating right now, all the way down in china town. the capitals did their best john travolta impression by staying alive.
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in the nhl playoffs, the caps beat the tampa bay lightning 3-0. that means the winner of tomorrow night's game will advance to the stanley cup finals against the las vegas golden knights. >> you have to do better bee gees than that. ♪ ah, ah, ah, stayin' alive >> coming up -- ♪ ah, ah, ah >> that just happens. we have the latest incident of an unruly passenger on a plane, and this one might top them all. >> it wasn't me. plus, your tuesday skinny is bursting at the seams with a new winner of "dancing with the stars" and a surprise end to "american idol." you're watching "world news now." now." g "world news now." using wipes in the kitchen, and sprays in the bathroom can be ineffective. try mr. clean magic eraser with durafoam. simply add water, and use in your kitchen for burnt on food, in your bathroom to remove soap scum,
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theseare heading back home.y oil thanks to dawn, rescue workers only trust dawn, because it's tough on grease yet gentle. i am home, i am home, i am home welcome back. welcome back. some drivers in houston got quite welcome back. some drivers in houston got quite a surprise when they spotted a horse just running along the highway. the woman who shot this video says the horse escaped from its handler after getting spooked by street noise. you can see a passenger in that pickup truck finally came to the rescue, grabbing the horse's reins. they safely led the horse off the highway. >> that's such a texas scene right there. >> a lot of people were saying only in texas does this happen.
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only in central new york do you have this couple engaged in a unique court fight. mom and dad are demanding that their 30-year-old son move out. >> they gave their son michael five written notices to move out since early february. they've offered him money to help him find a place to live. >> they bribed him a little bit. >> could you say that. >> michael says the effort to evict him is retaliatory and that tenants' protections give him more time. before he has to leave. >> oh, no, you didn't. >> they will be back in court in a few weeks, just before michael's 31st birthday. >> michael is 30 years old, and his parents have the right to evict him. >> michael, fight on. i am with you, brother. yes. >> come on, they should start charging him back rent. >> parents for life. the skies were very unfriendly on a frontier airlines flight. all because of one disgusting
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guy. >> yeah, this is gross. this all started when he got drunk. passengers say he was making crude comments and got verbally and physically abusive to two women. >> he moved him to the back of the plane and this is kind of icky. >> he starts urinating. [ bleep ], i'll kill you. and all the flight attendants came and got the man out of that seat. >> okay. i guess that's one way to take care of your business on a plane. the man was arrested when the plane landed in south carolina. no surprise there. he's charged with interfering with a flight crew, which is a felony, by the way. and indecent exposure. >> didn't see much. >> when we come back. just a stream. the romance at "american idol." and the mirror ball trophy has a new home.
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" action-packed skinny. not only do we have a new winner of "american idol" but of ♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" action-packed skinny. not only do we have a new winner of "american idol" but of "dancing with the stars." >> so many finales. will ganss is here to guide us through. >> so many finales, so little time. the finales should be about the top three, right? caleb, maddie and gabi. >> uh-huh. >> but it kind of felt like the vmas or grammy awards. there were so many cool celebrity appearances and performances and performances from the judges themselves, kermit the frog, nick jonas,
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patti labelle . >> ms. patti? did she bring pies? >> no. she didn't. i should have for you guys. luke bryan and a little look at this epic performance of "all night long", from lionel richie and the top ten, take a look. ♪ all night long ♪ all night ♪ all night long ♪ all night ♪ all night long >> he's still got it, man. >> he's still got it. it was incredible. >> it was fun. >> it was the first song of the night. the whole episode, i was playing it in my head over and over. but also making a special appearance, jimmy kimmel took us down a trip on idol memory lane, including ryan's frosted tips from season one. and he brought out sanjaya, remember him?
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>> wow, he looked different! >> from season six. >> he doesn't have the pony hawk anymore. but he has the same following. remember this girl that cried? same girl. from season six was in the audience again. >> that's funny. >> all these years later. speaking of tears, we did have to send two people home last night. the first to go home was gabi barret, who was the carrie underwood look alike sound alike. she was the first to go home. some dreams came to an end, others went to fruition. save the drama for your llama. lionel and ryan. >> look at the joy on his face. >> an alpaca that he's been dreaming of so long. and he named him laurel, not yanni. i do want to bring one special performance to your attention. i know how much you loved katie turner this season. >> oh, god. >> she teamed up with katy perry. take a look at their stripped-down version of "part of me."
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♪ this is the part of me ♪ that you are never going to take away from me ♪ >> props, i'll give you props. they sound great. i'll give her props. >> i'm so glad. >> i also love their hair, parted in the middle. this is a part of my hair. >> an actual wig. >> and now for the big reveal, after an amazing season, we were down to caleb and maddie, who revealed right before ryan announced the winner that they are dating. katy started spinning around in her chair. as i was doing in my living room. >> which one dies?
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>> neither one dies. take a look at the moment ryan crowns this season's "american idol." >> the winner of "american idol" is -- maddie poppy. >> maddie. >> maddie poppy. >> i was so excited. we called it last night, actually. so she and her runner-up slash bf are flying to l.a. if you are worried you are going through katy perry withdrawals, don't. it looks like she may be on "the bachelorette" this season, look what happened when becca showed up. >> can i be in the running? [ laughter ] >> got to love katy perry. we've got another skinny coming up. ♪ we've got another skinny coming up.
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we're dancing into our skinny bonus round right now. >> let's get right to it. "dancing with the stars" crowned its season 26 winner as the couples battled it out in a jam-packed finale. >> josh norman and sharna had a perfect score for really the jaw-dropping freestyle dance to "walk on water." he earned extra points for being shirtless. >> they all do. >> adam rippon got a perfect score for the jazz routine. but they got mixed reviews for this one. their freestyle, "scooby doo pop pop." >> was it the music choice? >> no, i think the moves weren't that difficult. >> and a victory lap for tonya harding with a hand spring. >> an athletic disco number that earned a perfect score. but in the end, it wasn't enough
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to take home the trophy. >> the winners and champions of "dancing with the stars" athletes are -- adam and jenna! [cheers and applause] >> think he was more excited about his medal or the mirror ball? in a collision of celebrities right on the tarmac, there they are, a winner and runner-up. very cool. >> on their way to new york. >> the party on the tarmac. they are headed to "good morning, america" a little later this morning. don't want to miss that. >> a party in times square a little later on today. can you believe it that all those folks will be together at gma.
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>> i love the idea of them all being on the plane together. a massive party. >> it is always one of those fun things to watch as the bus pulls up at 7:00 a.m. and they look completely fresh. >> totally. >> makeup has been done. >> they've slept the whole night, very well rested. >> next season we will have "dancing with the stars" kids version is coming up. and the regular "dancing with the stars" season as well. >> and a new season of "american idol," complete with all three judges returning. lionel, luke and katy all coming back. >> you know what that means? "the bachelorette" starts on monday. >> yay, jack!
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may want to get to it. making news in america this
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morning, the manhunt overnight for a cop killer. >> we're telling everybody, be on your toes. don't be complacent. >> the officer killed apparently while confronting burglary suspects. nearby schools locked down. this morning, what could be the crucial evidence in the case? rivers of lava are pouring from hawaii's kilauea volcano after a new eruption overnight. >> it has been putting out more lava than the rio grande puts out water. >> the new warnings about a toxic cloud and the unstable ground. the health care battle. the parents of this newborn take on their health insurance provider. why they claim the company is preventing their son from coming home even though he's been cleared to leave the hospital. those stories, plus the parents taking their 30-year-old son to court because he refuses to move out.

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